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Ancient Paleo~Hebrew and Native Americans

Jan 30, 2012 by     4 Comments    Posted under: Uncategorized

There are just so many reports of artifacts that have been found in the last hundred years coming up for re-study and we find that many of these ancient Native American artifacts have ancient Paleo-Hebrew on them? HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE? Well like Daniel writes, in the last days, people will travel and knowledge will increase and back in the days when many of these artifacts were found, nobody knew what Paleo-Hebrew looked like.

Well its obvious that some of the northern kingdom of Israel and its people settled here in North America after the captivity and dispersion from Assyria.

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  • The Mormons may be onto something….

  • This is the sort of evidence that would go a long way to proving that the Book of Mormon is true. I’d be very very cautious about the legitimacy of these findings. Not surprised that Glenn Beck, a Mormon, was covering this on his show. As an ex-Mormon I would recommend my book “The Mormon Deception” on my website (free download).

    • The book of Mormon and the whole “Missouri” new Jerusalem idea is a farce. Its been proven anthropologically wrong as well as archaeologically wrong. However, even a broken clock can be right twice a day. Joseph Smith was wrong about so many other things, it would be amazing if he didn’t get something right just by the shear law of averages.

      Right now the evidence is that “some” tribes “may” have had ties to Israel.

      • I guess you’re right. And if ethnic Israelites HAD made it to America, then Satan would have known about it, and he could have inspired someone to write a fictitious story around it in order to form a platform for false teachings. Thanks for the thought.

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