I thought I would share some thoughts about the concept of the
Native American Indian and the thought they might be from the lost
tribes of Israel. First the tribes went throughout the world. The
question is was it the "known world' or throughout all the earth.
Well, the geologist and archeologist have dug up ruins from the
Ancient Phoenicians here in America and that has been common knowlege
now. I guess Columbus didn't land here first. Then I was listening to
Perry Stone talking about how it is being finalized about the Cherokee
Nation from where I come from, on my mother's side, that they are from
the lost tribes of Israel. My brother has been involved in doing our
family tree (by the way we were never Mormon but actually Steve would
come closer to the Bhuddist faith since he has married his wife who is
He came back with the same information and that the Cherokee
Nation is finding out that their ancient markings are the same as the
block style Hebrew writing. As one whose family went to the same
college as Jim Thorpe, the famous runner in the Olympics, and being a
breath's hair shy of being half blood Cherokee, I am excited about
that. As a matter of research, there are five tribes that are being
considered as having their history springing out of the lost Tribes of
This is not a Mormon idea, but is being researched by
Archeologists. There is research today in South America regarding the
same idea as we are learning the Lost Tribes went everywhere across our
world and not just the known world. As for the Tels in America,
archeologists are looking into that as they seem to relate more to the
five tribes in question.
I, for one, would be excited once their determination is complete
and published. By the way, this is being done by secular science, not
the Mormon church and that makes it even more profound.
In conclusion, How and Shalom!