The 'Coat of Many Colors' that Joseph's father, Jacob, made for
his favorite son has a symbolic meaning, as well as being a literal
clothing. The story was leaving 'bread crumbs' for us to follow in
locate the northern 'lost' tribes of Israel and Joseph's descendants.
The hidden meaning of
Joseph's colorful coat can be found in the
tartan plaids of the Celtic peoples, such as the Scottish and Irish
These colors are also found in the COAT OF ARMS issued by Great Britain to certain individuals for
or contribution. To see if your surname was given a coat of arms - click here.
Before America was colonized, Great Britain was home to the descendants
Joseph, and still is to thousands, but the descendants of Joseph
out-grew the borders of the British Isles and today reside in much larger countries, such as the USA,
Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, as well as Scotland, England,
As most Biblical readers
know, Joseph spent most of his life in Egypt, second in command only to
how that name resembles that of our subject].
Joseph's descendants still display many of their ancestors love for Egypt in important symbology that
identifies them as Israelites. The Great Seal of the United States of America is an excellent example of
Joseph's descendants. Notice the pyramid and the all Seeing Eye - which
signified the Eye of Horus, who was born of the 'virgin' mother, Isis.
where the later story of the 'virgin' Mary and baby Jesus originated.
was, as the story goes, the son of RA. Notice too, how the
name IS-RA-EL displays
the letters for the parents of Horus; ISis-RA-EL [El meaning 'god']. For more on this name, IS-RA-EL, click here.]
Joseph was an Israelite, aka Hebrew, and his children, Ephraim and
were given the name 'Israel' by their grandfather,
Jacob. The two
grandsons would be tribes unto themselves with a great role to play
through history. For thousands of years, their roles would be far
that of Judah's role. Ephraim
Manasseh would become the greatest force in history, and as horns
Unicorn they would push the nations together at the end of days.