The 12 Tribes Chart – True or False?


Not sure if the 12 tribes chart (tribal breakdown) shown and taught by many Israelites is correct or not? Go through the following information.

This is not an attack on any ethnic groups. This is not an attempt to hurt any ethnic group. This is about the truth, and trying to keep other ethnic groups from being deceived the way “Jews” in Israel and throughout the world are today.


Here is the chart that’s being shown all over the world

This is what the chart is saying

So-called Negroes – Judah
Seminole Indians – Reuben
North American Indians – Gad
Columbia to Uruguay – Asher
Argentina to Chile – Napthali
Cubans – Manasseh
Dominicans – Simeon
Haitians – Levi
Mexicans – Issachar
Guatemala to Panama – Zebulon
Puerto Ricans – Ephraim
West Indians – Benjamin


First off, those are the only Native American Indian tribes that are Israelites? Why only those?  And didn’t they mix?

Secondly, why does the chart refer to people and land? Lands!  Columbia to Uruguay? Argentina to Chile? Guatemala to Panama? That doesn’t make sense.  So, the people dwelling in those lands are Israelites?  That’s idiotic.

No one knows what tribe they’re from, nor can they prove what tribe they’re from, and yet these people have a breakdown of who is from what tribe. How?

And then so-called Negroes/Blacks are only of Judah. How is that?

And how are Haitians separate from so-called Negroes/Blacks? They arrived in the Western hemisphere by the transatlantic slave trade too.

Natives of North American, Central American, South American, and surrounding islands (the non-Blacks on the chart) are not the Israelites of the Bible. They couldn’t be the Israelites of the Bible. They were never brought into subjection from the land mass known as Africa (the place the Israelites ended up). True, there may be Israelites amongst them, or that mixed with some of them, but the original, non-mixed people are not them.  And keep in mind, they have to fit ALL of the prophecies.


“They were oppressed.”
Every non-White was oppressed after Europeans spread throughout the world, taking over their lands.


“They were enslaved.”
Many Africans were enslaved by Arabs, that doesn’t make them Israelites. Other nations were enslaved, that doesn’t make them Israelites.

When were the non-Blacks on the chart taken captive into a land not their own, from Africa (the place the Israelites ended up)?

When were the non-Blacks on that chart sent as captives into all nations, and scattered in all four directions of Israel? All four directions!

There are people who look like Blacks in America today all around the world today, and their ancestors were taken to those lands as captives from Africa.


“They have dark skin.”
Dark skin means nothing. There are people in Africa with dark skin, that doesn’t make them Israelites. The first natives of many lands were dark-skinned and had “Negro” features because those lands were first populated by Africans. That doesn’t make them Israelites.


“Israelites were the first people of the Americas.”
Out of all the people on the earth, it was Israelites who populated North America, Central America, South America, and the islands like Haiti? And some say coming from a Babylonian captivity. Really? And then their descendants were brought to those same lands as slaves by Europeans? And then when they arrived, they looked nothing alike, they only had dark skin in common. Come on.

Look at the nose, lips, and hair. Where are the so-called Negro features?

And the real clue is in the hair. Let’s see those non-Blacks on that chart let their hair lock (grow into dreadlocks).





















These dark skinned natives of the Americas and islands, before being mixed with Europeans … who did they mix with to get their hair like that? If they were Israelites, they would have had to mix with someone to get hair like that!

And what happened to their so-called Negro features? They mixed with Europeans who came before the transatlantic slave trade? How did they remain so dark? Look at them now after mixing.


Native American Indians Are NOT Israelites!


What tribe are these Natives from?




No tribe.  They are Tibetans.



This is long, but a lot of good points are made:

The 12 Tribes Chart is Fake!!

You heard people trying to justify the classifications on the chart by saying what it means, when that’s not what it states, nor is it what they teach – “It really means Israelites of those areas.” That’s a lie. They are lying. Look at the chart. If that were the case it would say “So-called Negro in _______” for every location. The chart names people and locations.

So-called Negroes – Judah

Seminole Indians – Reuben
North American Indians – Gad
Columbia to Uruguay – Asher
Argentina to Chile – Napthali
Cubans – Manasseh
Dominicans – Simeon
Haitians – Levi
Mexicans – Issachar
Guatemala to Panama – Zebulon
Puerto Ricans – Ephraim
West Indians – Benjamin


And I guess they don’t realize that just because something is written in a book outside of Scripture doesn’t mean it’s true. With them, somehow books written by regular men are gospel, and every word is true. With that, just because someone said they were from a tribe doesn’t mean they were. Look at Jews today.

You have a different chart? Any chart you come up with is going to be wrong.

How can you say who is who when you don’t even know who is going yet? The saved have to be selected first, and then identities can be determined.


“If you go to South America you see people that look like ….”
“If you go to South America you see people with dark skin, wooly hair ….”
And how did those people who gave them those features (their descendants) get there in South America?


“They found the ten commandments in the Americas.”
Pyramids were over here too, so I guess that makes them Egyptian too.  You don’t know when it was carved, who carved it, or if it was brought over here.


“They found Hebrew inscriptions on a stone in the Americas.”
Who wrote it? What if slaves from the transatlantic slave trade wrote it? What if the stone wasn’t native to the Americas?


This is what they’re speaking of:

Ancient Hebrew artifacts found in America proving the Israelites (NEGROES) were here first

At 2:08 he stated that it was Phoenician, ancient Hebrew. Which one? You can clearly see the deceit taking place here. So, are they calling Phoenician ancient Hebrew?

Here is some information on the ancient Hebrew alphabet:


Watch from 2:20 – end

Ancient Hebrew found in Native American Mounds

Listen to the hard-hitting proof that it’s not a hoax at 3:43 – 4:23. That’s hilarious.

Here’s a good comment on the video:

“So Glenn Beck spread Mormon propaganda on Fox News?”

Yes, he is:

Ancient Israelites In America – Part 1 – Evidences For The Book of Mormon


Native Americans are Israelites?  Couldn’t it have been that Israelites came over here, to this land of Native Americans? And don’t you know that the fake Jews were over here. They are the ones who chose this country to build America. This country is their project. Slavery was entirely their project, so they were here before the slaves. As you can see, these artifacts don’t prove Native Americans are Israelites at all.

And then there’s the proof that black people may have lived over here long ago. Okay, that doesn’t mean they were the first, and it doesn’t mean that they or the Native Americans were Israelites. How do you know those black people were not from some African nation?


Check this out:

That’s right, everyone has been over here.



Check this out:



Do you think it’s just a coincidence that the same camps today which teach anti-christ doctrine (hate and sexual perversion) promote this lying chart?

If you do a “family tree” of all these camps promoting the chart, teaching hate against Whites and Black women, and promoting every Bible verse that seems to give them sexual liberty, you’ll see that they’re all connected. Their “elders” all started with the same camps and branched off to create their own. Some of their students did the same. And they kept the same core doctrine.

The camps spreading this false information have many teachers, so they’re videos dominate Youtube, and their teachers dominate the streets. And being so great in number they’ll dominate the comments of videos disputing their teachings, making they’re false doctrine seem true because they have the majority opinion on the comments. They also do the same with the “Thumbs up” and “Thumbs down” buttons.

Maybe they were Jesuit, Zionist, or COINTELPRO created, influenced, or controlled from the start.



Do you recall from the video Native American Indians are not Israelites that the guy said his Native American friend was told he was a Jew by some Mormons/Latter Day Saints? And remember later in the video when the presenter read the following from that website (unverified info): “Mormons contend that two groups of Israelites left from Israel and set sail, landing in America”?

Doesn’t that sound familiar (those of you who know about these camps)?


Check this out:

Mormonism is the predominant religious tradition of the Latter Day Saint movement of Restorationist Christianity. This movement was founded by Joseph Smith in the 1820s. During the 1830s and 1840s, Mormonism gradually distinguished itself from traditional Protestantism. Mormonism today represents the new, non-Protestant faith taught by Smith in the 1840s. After Smith’s death, most Mormons followed Brigham Young on his westward journey, calling themselves The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).


Racial restriction policy
Under the racial restrictions that lasted from the presidency of Brigham Young until 1978, persons with any black African ancestry could not hold the priesthood in the LDS Church and could not participate in most temple ordinances, including the endowment and celestial marriage. Black people were permitted to be members of the church, and to participate in some temple ordinances, such as baptism for the dead.[30]
The racial restriction policy was applied to black Africans, persons of black African descent, and any one with mixed race that included any black African ancestry. The policy was not applied to Native Americans, Hispanics, Melanesians, or Polynesians.

The priesthood restriction was particularly limiting, because the LDS Church has a lay priesthood and all worthy male members may receive the priesthood. Young men are generally admitted to the Aaronic priesthood at age 12, and it is a significant rite of passage. Virtually all white adult male members of the church held the priesthood. Holders of the priesthood officiate at church meetings, perform blessings of healing, and manage church affairs. Excluding black people from the priesthood meant that they could not hold significant church leadership roles or participate in certain spiritual events.
Don Harwell, a black LDS Church member, said, “I remember being in a Sacrament meeting, pre-1978, and the sacrament was being passed and there was special care taken by this person that not only did I not officiate, but I didn’t touch the sacrament tray. They made sure that I could take the sacrament, but that I did not touch the tray and it was passed around me. That was awfully hard, considering that often those who were officiating were young men in their early teens, and they had that priesthood. I valued that priesthood, but it wasn’t available.”[31]


Temple ordinances
Between 1844 and 1977, most black people were not permitted to participate in ordinances performed in the LDS Church temples, such as the endowment ritual, celestial marriages, and family sealings. These ordinances are considered essential to enter the highest degree of heaven, so this meant that they could not enjoy the full privileges enjoyed by other Latter-day Saints during the restriction.

Latter-day Saints believe that marriages that are sealed in a celestial marriage would bind the family together forever, whereas those that are not sealed were terminated upon death. Church president David O. McKay taught that black people “need not worry, as those who receive the testimony of the Restored Gospel may have their family ties protected and other blessings made secure, for in the justice of the Lord they will possess all the blessings to which they are entitled in the eternal plan of Salvation and Exaltation.”[32]

Brigham Young taught that “When the ordinances are carried out in the temples that will be erected, [children] will be sealed to their [parents], and those who have slept, clear up to Father Adam. This will have to be done … until we shall form a perfect chain from Father Adam down to the closing up scene.”[33] Once black people were allowed to participate in temple ordinances, they could also perform the ordinances for their ancestors.


Entrance to the highest heaven
A celestial marriage is considered unnecessary to gain access into the celestial kingdom, but it is required to obtain a fullness of glory or exaltation within the celestial kingdom.[34] The Doctrine and Covenants reads, “In the celestial glory there are three heavens or degrees; And in order to obtain the highest, a man must enter into this order of the priesthood [meaning the new and everlasting covenant of marriage]; And if he does not, he cannot obtain it.”(D&C 131:1-3) The righteous who do not have a celestial marriage would still make it into heaven, and live eternally with God, but they would be “appointed angels in heaven, which angels are ministering servants.”(D&C 132:16)
Some interpreted this to mean black people would be treated as unmarried whites, being confined to only ever live in God’s presence as a ministering servant. In 1954, apostle Mark E. Petersen told Brigham Young University students: “If that Negro is faithful all his days, he can and will enter the celestial kingdom. He will go there as a servant, but he will get a celestial resurrection.”[35] Apostle George F. Richards, in a talk at a General Conference, similarly taught: “The Negro is an unfortunate man. He has been given a black skin. But that is as nothing compared with that greater handicap that he is not permitted to receive the Priesthood and the ordinances of the temple, necessary to prepare men and women to enter into and enjoy a fullness of glory in the celestial kingdom.”[36]

Several leaders, including Joseph Smith,[37] Brigham Young,[38] Wilford Woodruff,[39] George Albert Smith,[40] David O. McKay,[41] Joseph Fielding Smith,[42] and Harold B. Lee[43] and taught that black people would eventually be able to receive a fullness of glory in the celestial kingdom.

When the priesthood ban was discussed in 1978, apostle Bruce R. McConkie argued for its change using Mormon scriptures and the Articles of Faith. The Third Article states that “all mankind may be saved, by obedience to the laws and ordinances of the Gospel” (Articles of Faith 1:3). From the Book of Mormon he quoted, “And even unto the great and last day, when all people, and all kindreds, and all nations and tongues shall stand before God, to be judged of their works, whether they be good or whether they be evil—If they be good, to the resurrection of everlasting life; and if they be evil, to the resurrection of damnation” (3 Nephi 26:4-5)’ The Book of Abraham in the Pearl of Great Price states that through Abraham’s seed “shall all the families of the earth be blessed, even with the blessings of the Gospel, which are the blessings of salvation, even of life eternal” (Abraham 2:11), According to McConkie’s son, Joseph Fielding McConkie, the highlighting of these scriptures played a role in changing the policy.[44]


Other racial discrimination
Further information: Racism in the United States
Like most Americans between the 19th and mid-20th centuries, some Mormons held racist views, and exclusion from priesthood was not the only discrimination practiced toward black people. In the late 1800s, blacks living in Cache Valley were forcibly relocated to Ogden and Salt Lake City. In the 1950s, the San Francisco mission office took legal action to prevent black families from moving into the church neighborhood.[59] In 1965, a black man living in Salt Lake City, Daily Oliver, described how —as a boy—he was excluded from an LDS-led boy scout troop because they did not want blacks in their building.[60] LDS Church apostle Mark E. Petersen describes a black family that tried to join the LDS Church: “[some white church members] went to the Branch President, and said that either the [black] family must leave, or they would all leave. The Branch President ruled that [the black family] could not come to church meetings. It broke their hearts.”[61] Until the 1970s hospitals with connections to the LDS Church, including LDS Hospital, Primary Children’s and Cottonwood Hospitals in Salt Lake City, McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden, and Utah Valley Hospital in Provo, kept separate the blood donated by blacks and whites, and even after the church’s volte face in 1978 patients who expressed concern about receiving blood from black donors were given reassurance from hospital authorities that this would not happen.


“The racial restriction policy was applied to black Africans, persons of black African descent, and any one with mixed race that included any black African ancestry. The policy was not applied to Native Americans, Hispanics, Melanesians, or Polynesians.”

Replace Black with White and who’s doctrine does it resemble?
Remember, the Natives were said to be a Jews.


White Mormons/Church of Latter Day Saints – Blacks will only be servants in the kingdom.

Black Hebrew Israelites with the chart who hate Whites and Black women – Whites will only be servants in the kingdom.


Most Whites of the Church of Latter day Saints have constantly taught racism against Blacks as a part of their doctrine.

Most Black Hebrew Israelites, nearly all of those who promote that chart, have constantly taught racism against Whites as a part of their doctrine.


And what else do those same Israelite camps teach?


The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The status of women in the LDS Church has been a source of public debate beginning in the 19th century, when the church found itself at odds with the United States federal government over its practice of polygamy.


Smith had by some accounts been teaching a polygamy doctrine as early as 1831, and there is evidence that Smith was a polygamist by 1835.[274][275] Although the church had publicly repudiated polygamy, in 1837 there was a rift between Smith and Oliver Cowdery over the issue.[276] Cowdery suspected that Smith had engaged in a relationship with his serving girl Fanny Alger.[277] Smith never denied a relationship, but insisted it was not adulterous, presumably because he had taken Alger as a plural wife.[278]
In April 1841, Smith wed Louisa Beaman; and during the next two-and-a-half years he married or was sealed to about 30 additional women,[279] ten of whom were already married to other men (this was generally done with the knowledge and consent of their husbands).[280] Ten of Smith’s plural wives were between the ages of fourteen and twenty. Others were over fifty.[281]


Before Smith’s death
Records show that Smith publicly preached and wrote against the doctrine of plural marriage;[60] however, it is also clear that Smith performed dozens of plural marriages.[3][61] Allegedly, “several were still pubescent girls, such as fourteen-year-old Helen Mar Kimball”.[62] Kimball, Smith’s 28th wife,[30] wrote of her experience in 1843–44,[3]

“[My father] asked me if I would be sealed to Joseph … [Smith explained] the principle of Celestial marriage …. After which he said to me, ‘If you will take this step, it will ensure your eternal salvation & exaltation and that of your father’s household & all of your kindred.[‘] This promise was so great that I willingly gave myself to purchase so glorious a reward. … I felt quite sore about [not being allowed to go out and dance] and thought it a very unkind act in father to allow William to go and enjoy the dance unrestrained with other of my companions, and fetter me down, for no girl danced better than I did, and I really felt it was too much to bear. It made the dull school more dull, and like a wild bird I longed for the freedom that was denied me; and thought to myself an abused child, and that it was pardonable if I did not murmur …. Besides my father was very kind and indulgent in other ways, and always took me with him when mother could not go, and it was not a very long time before I became satisfied that I was blessed in being under the control of so good and wise a parent who had taken counsel and thus saved me from evils.”

Written accounts of Smith’s alleged liaisons are recorded as early as 1831, including Smith’s relationship with Fanny Alger (age 16),[63][64] and with Marinda Nancy Johnson (age 16) in 1831.[64]


Now isn’t that interesting.


So, what is the doctrine of the Church of Latter Day Saints doing in these Israelite camp’s doctrine?

If you look into it, you’ll see that the Elite were behind Joseph Smith and Mormonism. You’ll also see that Mormonism has Masonic roots which still shine through to this day, along with strong ties to the CIA and FBI.

But what do you expect? As if the Jews wouldn’t create a counter-movement. Why do you think the videos of these certain Israelites are the one’s recommended by Youtube? Why do you think they have the means to spread their camps throughout the world so fast and so effectively? Just like Mormons, right?

One of their goals is to be the first one to reach the masses and indoctrinate them with falsehood, just as the Catholic Church did around the world through Christianity.


If you are a teacher who is truly aiming to represent the Father and the Son, get rid of the chart and the false doctrine (I’m sure the enemy will now). This incorrect information is getting peoples hopes up, and leading many to think they are saved by race.

This is not to say that the people on the chart are lost, they have to be grafted in, just as Israelites have to be grafted back in.


If you are a student who is truly aiming to be saved and righteous, your nationality, the Law, or knowledge alone is not going to do it (not saying that the Law is done away with). You’ll end up just like your ancestors with that old covenant mentality, and you’ll be rejected. You are fooling yourself if you think that just because you’re awake you’re righteous. Your inside has to be changed. Ask for the Spirit and conform your character to that of the Son. You may also want to include the Gospels, Acts, James, Peter, John, Jude, and Revelation in your studying (then Paul’s letters).