The Lost Tribes


Q:     The early Hebrews, the two warring parties that were banned from Lemuria, were they homo sapiens?


RK:  Yes, right. I do not know whether they were warring types, at that time.


Q:     Weren’t they destructive?


RK:  Well, they saw a good thing and they decided that they should be in charge. But, it was their leaders who made that decision. When the leaders were exiled, the family members and the members of their tribes decided to take revenge and that just grew to the point where they—well, it escalated way out of hand. Just banning immediate family was not going to work, so they tried the first and second cousins. Finally, that did not work, so they banned the whole tribe.


Q:     Where did that particular culture originate from?


RK:  It was all part of the same culture as Lemuria. They were all the same.


Q:     You said they were tribal leaders.


RK:  Well, that is the next thing larger than the family.


Q:     Why, out of all the cultures that came together in Lemuria to make this a vast nation, why did those two particular cultures, if there were two of them, happen to basically have domination/controlling issues? Was that matriarchal period or patriarchal period?


RK:  It was definitely a matriarchal period in the world.


Q:     What you are alluding to is a patriarchal trait?


RK:  Well leaders, most of the leaders of the tribes, all of the tribes, had sort of patriarchal characteristics; a patriarchal overlay on a basically matriarchal culture, which is what priesthoods and chieftains have always been like anyway. But, the loyalties that existed between peoples in those days was such that when something bad happened to somebody you went out and avenged them; stood up for them in every way possible. And that was their downfall.


Q:     I guess what I meant was, how was it that those two major tribes, out of all the that eventually came into Lemuria, what were they doing so very different that made its—


RK:  It was just one race that moved into the area that became Lemuria and it was separated from other lands by earth-changes: they were isolated there. That was originally just one kind of peoples and they developed racial characteristics in response to their environment over hundreds of thousands of years. The people who were in the malaria-infested areas were the ones that yellow pigment in their skin and are the ones called, “Orientals,” today. Those that were in the equatorial areas became very dark-skinned. People who lived in the far north and far south, closer to the poles, they developed fair-skin because they had to absorb all the sunlight they could get. So, those characteristics were what evolved out of a homogenous, homo sapiens stock. It is all the same species, it is just different variations on the species and we call them races. There is only one specie of dog but there sure are a lot of races of dogs.


Q:     Are you talking about different tribes—one specie—but there were a lot of tribal groups that came into Lemuria?


RK:  There were twelve tribal valleys, and the valleys were about this size of the Mississippi valley which is the drainage area between the Rockies and Appalachia. So, those were big, big areas, each one. Each the size of several countries in Europe.


Q:     So, the tribes that have been identified later on as Hebrews, there were two tribes out of the twelve?


RK:  The Judi and Levite tribes.


Q:     Were they two of the twelve or were they in addition to the twelve?


RK:  No, they were two of the twelve. About half of them went to the Arabian peninsula and the other half went to Mexico. The ones in Mexico were essentially wiped out by subsequent earth-changes.


Q:     Half of each or—


RK:  They did not make a distinction. They were allowed to go from one place to another. As time went by, Mexico was then used as a place to exile just about anybody, regardless of what tribe they came from. If it was found that they just could not live properly, according to the rules of society, then they just exiled them.


Q:     Well, what happen to them?


RK:    Exile is the nicest way to do things. They do not execute anybody or put them in jail for a lifetime or something like that.