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The Story Of Celto-Saxon Israel

by W.H. Bennett, FRGS
New 2024 Soft Cover Edition

         Author William Howard Bennett, a long time Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society of Great Britain, was a life long student of history and Scripture, who authored two books and many tracts and published articles on these subjects. His major work, the beautifully illustrated “Symbols Of Our Celto-Saxon Heritage” is currently selling out its third edition and is also available from Bible Blessings.

       However, his second and final book, “The Story Of Celto-Saxon Israel,” published after his death, may be his finest study. In this tome, Bennett examines twelve early tribes that entered Europe in the early pre-Christian and post-Christian centuries, and reveals Hebrew-Semitic customs and culture, language ties, religious and other factors that link these tribes to the fabled so-called “lost tribes” of the ten tribe House of Israel, who disappeared in the Assyrian exile of the eighth century, B.C. His claims are not to be taken lightly, for the mirroring of Hebrew customs by these early European tribes are difficult or even impossible to explain in any other way.

       The ten tribes examined by Mr. Bennett are mysterious lost tribes in a sense themselves. Historians to this day continue to debate and disagree with one another on their origins. Some scholars insist on an “autochthones” origin, springing up as if indigenous from the soil of Scandinavia, while others insist on an origin in Asia. The problem is that there are serious problems with both theories. This is the subject matter in appendix twelve, “Language and Geography,” which presents evidence from the scholars themselves proving that neither a Scandinavian origin nor an Asian origin is tenable. However, there are a surprising many good reasons to postulate a Mideast origin for these tribes, as at least some scholars have done. For example, the presence of a significant number of Persian words in the vocabulary of early European tribes is just one of many points brought out in Mr. Bennett’s treatise. Curiously, there were definite elements of “Persian” or Iranian-style dress found in these early tribes, as well. We may well ask how that could be if they did not originate in the Semitic Mideast? There is much, much more to Mr. Bennett’s readable yet scholarly treatment of this subject.

     The tribes examined in this book include the Hibernians, Trojans, Iberians, Danaan, Milesians, Gauls, Cymry, Saxons, Jutes, Scots, Danes, and Normans. There is a plethora of Hebrew links with these twelve early European tribes, and if even one of them is true, then perhaps Mr. Bennett has indeed solved the mystery of the disappearance of Israel’s lost tribes.

       The chapter on the Saxons is reprinted and posted as an excerpt on the ETHIC website. It gives a good example of Mr. Bennett’s research, but without the many maps, charts, and illustrations found in the book itself.

       The twelve appendices are especially valuable for their source documents relating to this subject. A lengthy chapter on “Scriptural Marks of Israel” gives interesting Biblical evidence that modern-day Israel must include other peoples than just the relatively small Jewish people of today. Bible prophecies, for example, said that latter-day Israel would be “many nations” (Genesis 17:5), and “a company of nations” (Genesis 35:11), not just a single Mideast Israeli state. Biblical scholars will sometimes ignore such Divine prophecies, and at other times simply “spiritualize” these Abrahamic Covenant promises as fulfilled in the nations of Christendom in a religious sense. However, if so, then the European nations of Christendom must also have some physical connection to the Hebrews since in the Bible the spiritual parallels the physical realm. There are not two totally dissimilar Israel’s, a physical and an unrelated spiritual. In short, the spiritual connection is evidence of a physical connection.

       Other appendices tell the story of Israel as recorded on Assyrian and Persian ancient monuments. This interesting historical record has until now been found only in obscure archaeological journals. Another appendix chapter gives a fascinating look at the ancient Spartan correspondence with Israel’s high priest, which confirms the descent of the Spartans from ancient Hebrew colonists. The veracity of these letters has never been in question, but church denominations totally ignore it. Why is that? This again is more proof of a European connection with ancient Israel.

       Appendix 10, “The Pass Of Israel,” is a reprint of an actual report of a journey through the rugged Caucasus Mountains at the southern gateway of Europe. Many writers through the years have stated that no tribes could have penetrated such a rocky, inhospitable region, but in fact, such migrations took place numerous times. This journey account reveals a safe ancient route through the mountains and includes interesting photographs taken along the way.

       One other important chapter must be mentioned, Appendix 11, “The Gomer Of History And Prophecy,” which reveals that there are two Biblical “Gomer’s” who lived at least a thousand years apart! The Gomer of Genesis chapter ten is therefore not the Gomer of the prophecies of Hosea and Ezekiel. The fascinating information here may alone be worth the price of this book.

       The published work is available in both a hard cover US$20 version, and a soft cover $16 edition. Both are nearly 250 pages (236 + xii), with 26 pages of indexes and over 175 maps, charts, and illustrations. Its publishing was truly the work of a lifetime, with a remarkable amount of research and preparation. Quite a number of people have in fact told us that this book is the best ever written on the subject of Israel’s lost tribes. We think that you will agree! We have posted a separate review of Mr. Bennett’s treatment of the early history of Israel under the hard cover listing of this book.


Table Of Contents:

About the Author



Introduction: The Story In Our Cover Art, by J.S. Brooks


The Instrumental Nation

The Creation Of A Nation

The Servant Nation

Judah And Joseph

The Twelve Tribes Of Israel

Israel And The Exodus

The Theocratic State

The Camp Of Israel

The Settlement Of Canaan

The Throne Of The Lord

Israel And Judah

The Fall Of Israel And Judah

A Partial Return Of Judah

The Certainty Of Israel’s Continued Existence

The Seven Times Punishment

The Identity Of Israel today

Our British Ancestors

The Oneness Of The British Peoples

The Missing Israelites

The Hibernians

The Trojans

The Iberians

The Danans

The Milesians

The Gauls

The Cymry

The Saxons

The Jutes

The Scots

The Danes

The Normans

The Remnants



Scriptural Marks Of Israel

Israel On Assyrian Monuments

Israel On Persian Monument—The Behistun Rock

Spartan Israelites In The Apocrypha

Scottish Declaration Of Independence

The Origin Of The Anglo-Saxons

The Biblical Tribe Of Dan In Europe

The Hebrew Connections With Gaul

The Chief Rabbis On The Lost Tribes

The Pass Of Israel Through The Caucasus

The Gomer Of History And Prophecy

Language And Geography




Persons, Places, and Subjects



Recommended Reading

     Over 175 maps, charts, and illustrations, as well as twelve valuable appendices, help tell the story of these lost Israelites. The information contained in this book is an important key to understanding the fulfillment of the Biblical promises and covenants in our modern world. A unique study! Almost 250 pages (236+ xii). Hard cover case bound, 6 x 9 inches, with full-color artwork printed right on the cover, no dust jacket.

     This contains the same text and cover art as the hard cover edition, except that it comes in a soft cover. A lower price than the hard bound edition, but not as durable a cover. Almost 250 pages (236+ xii). NEW!!! Second edition published in 2005.

     An excerpt from the chapter on the Saxons in this book may be read at http://israelite.info/bookexcerpts/storyofceltosaxonisrael.html

NOTE: This book is now available for purchase in a new 2024 printing!


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  1. Story of Celto-Saxon Israel 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Apr 2011

    I'm impressed! You've managed the almost impossible in covering this subject so well.

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