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For decades only photocopies of Raymond F McNair's 1963 manuscript on the migrations and modern locations of the tribes of Israel were available to a very few people. Recognising the tremendous value that this manuscript brought to both church folk and the public in general, Craig White commenced a project in 2003 to have the entire 333 page thesis typed into Word. This would preserve this important work for posterity.

 

Members from around the world contributed in typing up the manuscript and this task was completed in 2006. In December 2011 Mrs Eve McNair (widow of Mr Raymond McNair) agreed that the manuscript should be published. Negotiations were subsequently entered in to and a contract was signed. The book is now available for purchase online by anyone around the world by clicking on this link

 

A special thank you to Mavis Stucci of Australia who used her skills and experience to professionalise the graphics. Also to Trevor Christie, also of Australia, who suggested the cover which was subsequently designed by the publishing company.

 

Pages:  204

Binding:  Perfect Bound Softcover

Size:  8.25x11

 

Craig White

19 April 2012

 

ORIGINAL THESIS INFORMATION

 

KEY TO NORTHWEST EUROPEAN ORIGINS

A thesis presented to the Graduate School Committee, Ambassador College.

In partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts in Theology.

London, England

 

by Raymond F McNair

May, 1963

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

MAPS AND FIGURES

CHAPTER 

 

I. GOD CONTROLS DESTINIES OF ALL NATIONS

 

Evolution ‑ The Big Hoax

Antiquity of Evolutionary Theory

Evolution ‑ The Atheist’s Religion

Points Which Baffle the Evolutionists

Mutations – But No Transmutations

Evolution -- Is it Reasonable?

One Cannot Produce Anything Greater Than Oneself

God Infinite ‑ Man Finite

Bible And True Science Agree

Evolutionists Believe in Miracles

The Three Primary Branches of Mankind

History Attests to the Three Races

How to Determine Race

Cephalic Index ‑ Helpful in Determining Racial Affinities

Craniometry Verses Phrenology

Means of Determining Race ‑ According to Haddon

Which is the Superior Type?

Acquired Characteristics ‑ Not Inherited

 

II. EARLY HISTORY OF ISRAEL

 

The Origin of “Jew”

Israel’s Captivities as Mentioned in the Cuneiform Inscriptions

Important Assyrian Inscriptions

Israel’s First Invasion.

Israel’s Second Invasion.

Cuneiform Account of the Second Invasion.

Israel’s Third and Final Invasion.

The Area to Which Israel was Deported.

The Population of Israel in 741-721 B.C.

The Land of Israel’s Captivities

Only Judah and Benjamin Return.

The Dispersion.

The Twelve Tribes Scattered Abroad.

Should We Seek the“Lost Sheep?

The Two-Faced Samaritans—Israelites?

What Became of These Teeming Millions?

Israel to be Sifted Among the Nations

 

III. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF EARLY ISRAELITES

 

“Lost Ten Tribes” ‑ Were They Aryan Nordics? 48

Were the Original Israelities Like the “Typical Jew”? 48

...... The Israelites Were Predominantly Nordics 49

Blond Israelites Called Amorites 50

Men of Judah and Benjamin Were Nordics 51

Judah and Benjamin ‑ Called “Amorites” 53

Laban – The Blond Syrian. 53

Names Always had a Meaning. 54

Sarah was “Very Fair” 55

David was Ruddy and Fair 55

Some Jews are Ruddy, with Black Hair 56

Esther ‑ A Fair Person. 56

Job’s Daughter ‑ A Blonde. 57

People of Israel Were White and Ruddy. 57 

 

IV. THE IMPORTANCE OF THE DYNASTIC NAME OF OMRI (GHOMRI)

 

Bit-Khumri (The House of Omri)

Behistun Rock Inscriptions - Key to Israel's Identity.

Variations of The Name "Omri"

Omri - Pronounced as Ghomri

Israel Called Cimmerians, Gimiri and Cymry.

 

V. THE PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CELTS

 

Celts also Called Gauls 71

Many Gauls (and Some Galatians) Were Israelites 76

Dispersed Israelites Were "Golah" or "Gaulah" 76

The Origin of "Gaul" - an Enigma. 77

Who Were the Gauls? 77

The Origin of the Galatians 78

Gauls and Galatians 79

Who Were the Germani? 80

The Alpine Germans 82

The Keltic Germani 83

The Germans Came From the Caucasus 84

Gauls and Belgic Tribes Were Called "Germani" 84

"The Patriarchal Square-Heads" 86

Early Scandinavian History. 86

The Great Odin. 87

Odin and Adon. 90

The Origin of the Goths 90

Gothic Racial Characteristics 91 

 

VI. THE SERPENT'S TRAIL

 

Dan A Great Seafaring People. 95

The Lacedemonian Greeks Were Danites 97

Jewish High Priest Acknowledges Kinship to the Lacedemonian Greeks 98

Early Scottish-Irish History. 99

The Five Colonies 99

The Tribe of Dan. 100

The Milesian Scots 101

The Problem of the Picts 104

Ancient Irish History. 105

...... Jeremiah Ollamh Fodhla. 107

Judah The Regal Tribe. 107

Jewish Princesses in Egypt 108

Jeremiah in Ireland. 111

The Red Hand of Ulster 111

Scottish-Irish Settlers "From Israel" 112

Significance of The Declaration of Arbroath. 113

Origin of the Tartan. 115

The Origin of the Saxons 115

The Sons of Isaac. 116

The "I" has Been Dropped. 116

The Anglo-Saxons Descendants of Shem. 117

Who Were the Sacae? 119 

 

VII. THE SCYTHIANS

 

Most of the Scyths Were Israelites 122

The Israelites Were Tent (Succoth) Dwellers 123

The Territorial Extent of Scythia. 124

Scythopolis in Palestine. 126

Scyths Second Great Branch to Enter Europe. 127

Scythian Origins 127

SarmatiansThird Branch to Enter Europe. 129

Sarmatian Origins 129

The Scythian Massagetae. 131

Darius Invades European Scythia. 132

Scythian Customs 134

Scythians Experts in Warfare. 135

The Frozen Tombs of Siberia. 135

Israel's Crimean Gravestones 136

Racial Characteristics of The Scythians 137

Scythian Race Analysis by Minns 137

Similar Evidence by Rice. 139

Coon's Analysis of Scythian Crania. 141 

 

VIII. CONCLUSION

 

APPENDIX I 

APPENDIX II 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

MAPS

I..... The Twelve Tribes of Israel

II.... The Assyrian Empire (7th Century B.C.) 

III... Scythia

 

FIGURE 

Cephalic Indexes

 

PROJECT TIMEFRAME TO RETYPE THE ENTIRE THESIS INTO MICROSOFT WORD (from photocopies of photocopies)

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

 Chapter

Original page No.

Phase 1:

Typing status

Phase 2:

Checking status

Phase 3:

Synthesis

status

Phase 4:

Launch of final version

Publication

Introduction 

ii

Completed

(2004)

Completed

(2005)

First draft

(27.05.05)

Completed thesis

(10.02.06)

 22 March 2012 (publication date)

Mid April 2012 (available for purchase)

Table of Contents

iv

Maps and Figures 

viii

Chapter  

 

I.     God Controls Destinies of All Nations 

1

II.    Early History of Israel 

54

III.   Physical Characteristics of Early Israelites 

99

IV.   The Importance of Dynastic Names of Omri (Ghomri) 

128

V.    The Physical Characteristics of the Celts 

147

VI.    The Serpent’s Trail 

196

VII.   The Scythians 

259

VIII.  Conclusion 

313

Appendix  I 

321

Appendix  II 

325

Bibliography 

326

MAP

 

I.  The Twelve Tribes of Israel

ix

II.  The Assyrian Empire (7th century B.C.)

x

III.  Scythia

xi

 

 

FIGURE

 

Cephalic Indexes

following page 38