British history records that there were tow major migrations form the near east into Britain in antiquity. One was the fleet migration form Syria led by Albyne around 1560 BC, and the other was the second fleet migration from the Trojan Dardanelles areas in Western Turkey led by Brutus around 504 BC. Ancient alphabet inscriptions and other tangible and written records show that the second migration was that of the Ten Tribes of Israel. The same ancient Alphabet is found all the way along the British migration routes form Palestine, to Assyria, through Asia Minor to the Aegean and to Etruscan Italy and Rhaetian Switzerland. In Britain the Ten Tribes were known as the Khumry. This research began in 1976 some 31 years ago and it has met with nothing but opposition and obstruction. Around 1360 BC Moses has the fabulous box called the Ark of the Covenant made. This holy box was the national talisman of the Hebrew nation. It was revered as the place of the presence of the god Yahweh and the most holy thing belonging to the Hebrew nation. Aeries of events that included the Ark being seen as an invincible means of military success and in one disaster being captured by the Philistines ended when King David placed the Ark in the care of the family of Obed Edom, and he took the Ark to Jerusalem around 975 BC along with the family of Obed Edom, The next King was Solomon and he built a celebrated temple in Jerusalem to house the Ark, where annually the high priest entered the holy of holies chamber to serve the divine box. Nothing much is said of the Ark until c.790 BC the Judean King Ahaziah attached the Israelite King Jehoash and was totally defeated. The victorious Jehoash then went to Jerusalem where he took everything from the palace and everything from the temple, and he also took away the family of Obed Edom who are the family mentioned several times in the Bible as guardians of the Ark guardians of the Ark.
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Therefore, Jehoash removed the Ark from Jerusalem and took it north to Samaria. Nothing is said in the Biblical record of the Ark being anywhere near Jerusalem after this event in circa 790 BC. In 740-736 BC the Judean King Ahaz paid a huge bribe to the Assyrian Emperor Tiglathpilesar III to attack King Pekah of Ten Tribe Israel, and as a result Israel was totally crushed by the Assyrian army. A large number of Israelite nobles and leaders were immediately deported north to areas around Harran from where the patriarch Abraham has begun his migrations. In successive campaigns by the Assyrian emperors Shalmaneser IV, Sargon II, and Sennacherib great numbers of the Israelite nation were deported north and up into the areas north of Harran. In 702 BC Sennacherib recorded how he deported 200, 120 people in one mass exodus. The Assyrian records unmistakably and persistently call the Ten Tribes as the Khumry, It is a virtual certainty that these deported Ten Tribes took the Ark with them from Israel. Sennacherib was murdered by two of his sons in c. 687 BC and civil war Convulsed the Assyrian Empire and as the heir Esarhaddon fought the murders the massed Ten Tribes took the opportunity to move westwards across both the upper branches of the "Y" shaped Euphrates river as described in the Book of Esdras II. They moved slowly and unstoppably through Siasia Minor and the Greeks recorded their migration as that of the Kimmerio-Khumry. There is a record of the Khumry having the Ark with them on this journey from north of Assyria through Asia Minor and to the Dardanelles. Finally around 650 BC the nation split into tow and one half migrated to Italy whilst the other half remained in the areas around Byzantium until circa 504 BC when they gathered on the island of Lemnos before sailing to Britain in the fleets. An inscribed stone that was found on Lemnos in 1876 and now in the Athens museum that records this gathering and the intent to sail to Britain. Either the Ark was taken to
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- Data uscita:26/11/2019
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