When the old forum was young, a character by the name of ICI made some posts pushing the theory that racial lineage determines blood type. ICI, who claimed to have studied medicine, asserted that if we don’t have type AA blood, we’re genetically compromised and thus not going to Heaven.
Here’s a little of what he posted:
Conclusion: This is all very relevant in blood type and racial identification of the Children of the Covenant. Only pure Adamic Children of the Covenant will have AA blood genotype, as this is a scientifically founded fact that Adamic Caucasians have blood type AA. Christian Identity groups can cull of some of the wolves by a simply inquiring of its members phenotype blood markers such as AB, B or O as a definite marker of a non-Adamic bloodline. Using a simple blood test available at pharmacies can be used to show the displayable phenotype blood group such as A, B, O or AB.
That’s great news if we have type AA blood, but absolutely lousy news if we don’t. Lousy news if we’re to assume that ICI is right.
As it turns out he’s not.
A Google search of “blood type and race” yields nothing in the way of definitive scientific proof from any reputable source that blood type is an indisputable marker of white racial purity. At best, blood type provides a general indication of our ethnic origins, but is not the final word on them.
Curiously, after bursting onto the Christian Identity scene with his singular spin on Adamic hematology, ICI went AWOL and a blog he’d set up to expound his “scientifically founded” theories vanished. Why he didn’t stick around to supervise the vital culling of unwanted blood types from our ranks is as much a shame as it is a mystery. The guy was born for the job.
At any rate, those of us who don’t have type AA blood can heave a big sigh of relief. Although maybe we shouldn’t heave too big a sigh, because if a blood test can’t determine our racial purity, we need to find something that does. After all, mongrels are barred from Yahweh’s Kingdom. We don’t want to suffer the slings and the arrows and the knives and the baseball bats that come from being adherents of the world’s most reviled religion, Christian Identity, only to learn that we suffered in vain because we didn’t measure up genetically.
Okay, so blood type is out. What about our DNA? Surely our DNA can tell us whether we’re racially whole or not.
Like blood type, DNA can give us only a general idea about our racial composition.
Ancestry by DNA offers a DNA analysis service. This is from their website:
The AncestrybyDNA test results give you a 95% confidence interval, which is a measure of the statistical strength of the test. The only way to achieve 100% accuracy in an ancestry test would be to go back in time and test each and every one of your ancestors. Since this is impossible, we rely on statistics to make a prediction of your most likely ancestry mix.
Say what? They make a prediction based on statistics of our likeliest ancestry. An educated guess in other words. How educated is anybody’s guess. They claim it’s 95 percent accurate. Maybe it is. Maybe it isn’t. But unless their test is 100 percent accurate, what good is it?
With blood type and DNA eliminated as infallible arbiters of white racial heritage, we’re left with just our physical appearance and family trees as means for ascertaining our genetic purity.
Let’s start with physical appearance. Features such as blue eyes, blond hair, and alabaster skin are hallmarks of white European ancestry, whereas frizzy hair, slanty eyes, and a year-long tan, even when snow’s a-falling, are dead giveaways that there’s some non-white DNA whooping it up inside us. But physical appearance can be deceptive at times. I once had a crush on Helen Slater, the star of that torturous ‘80s flick, Supergirl. Slater was a blond vision, but as I later discovered, a Jewish blond vision.
So many different factors determine how we look that how we look isn’t always the best indication of what we are. Work, stress, Illness, culture, nutrition, environment and birth and hereditary defects can all affect our physical appearance. Even children of the same sex with the same parents can look radically different. Take Jacob and Esau. Esau was hairy but Jacob wasn’t. If a child as hirsute as Esau were born to a Christian Identist couple today, they might be accused of having antecedents with a soft spot for interracial dating, yet Esau’s lineage was impeccable.
We’re often told that a big nose is a telltale sign that someone forgot to wear his yarmulke, and that high cheekbones means there’s a won ton in one’s biological soup, but are these things racial certainties, or are they in some instances mere genetic quirks, like oversized feet and double-jointed fingers, which once insinuated into our genome are passed from one generation to the next?
It would be dumb, stupid, and foolish (did I mention stupid?) to disregard physical appearance as evidence of one’s race, but in our burning zeal to root out ravening non-white wolves from our midst have we become so paranoid about every deviation from the racial norm that we’re condemning some full-blooded Israelites as mamzers? If someone is taller than average, should we assume he’s a throwback to the Nephilim? And if someone is shorter than average, should we assume that his forebears must have been jungle-dwelling pygmies?
Certain Hebrews/Israelites in the Old Testament were noted for their good looks. Saul and Rebecca are two that spring to mind. Most of their kinfolk, however, would not have been as prepossessing. Some would have been downright ugly or even downright deformed, but they were still Yahweh’s children. They were still racially whole. Ugliness and deformity are not absolute proof of miscegenation, any more than comeliness is a guarantee of racial integrity. This is why we cannot determine our ancestry from physical appearance alone, for imperfect looks can hide a perfect pedigree.
We’re down to just family trees now. Some people in Christian Identity can trace theirs as far back as the Mayflower and earlier. But regardless of how deep into the past our family tree reaches, eventually its branches will taper off into the great unknown, where lies thousands of unaccounted for years in our genetic history.
Then there’s the question of whether our genealogy has been recorded faithfully, and even if it has, who’s to say one ancestor didn’t have a secret dalliance with a non-white whose DNA hitched a permanent ride on subsequent generations of our family? It takes only one drop of non-white blood to make a mongrel. Therefore, our family tree is no more dependable than all the other unreliable proofs of ancestry.
Is that it then? Do we have to accept that we won’t know we’re bona fide Israelites until Yahshua returns and just hope for the best in the meantime? Or has Yahweh in His wisdom already given us irrefutable proof that we are of the Holy Seed, something so glaringly obvious we’ve overlooked it because it’s been hiding in plain sight all along?
Happily, the answer is yes.
He called us.
If that statement seems a trifle glib, let me amplify it. Yahweh, the Creator of Heaven and Earth, who spoke stars, black holes, and spiral galaxies into existence, who designed and gave life to an infinite variety of living organisms, from microscopic bacteria to towering redwoods, who instituted the laws of physics, mathematics, and biochemistry, which govern the universe and our physical selves, who sees all and knows all, called us.
It’s safe to assume a being who can do all of the above is able to tell who’s white and who isn’t. It’s also safe to assume He didn’t call us by mistake.
According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love (Romans 8:19). Eons before we entered the world, Yahweh chose us. We were predestined (Romans 8:29). He decided when, where, and to whom we’d be born. Our parents might not have been dazzling examples of Aryan pulchritude, but they were Israelites perfect in their generations nonetheless. Paul wrote that we were chosen so that “we should be holy.” We can’t be holy unless we’re of the Holy Seed, the white race, and free of unholy (non-white) DNA. Hence, Yahweh saw to it that our racial lineage was as pure as the driven snow, purer. Then, when the time was right, He spoke to our spirit through His Spirit (Proverbs 20:27), letting us know we were called by Him to preach the Gospel message to our racial kinsmen.
Notwithstanding the vital role genetics play in our relationship with Yahweh, they are not the means by which He communicates to us that we are His children.
Romans 8:15-17 (Amplified Bible)
15 For you have not received a spirit of slavery leading again to fear [of God’s judgment], but you have received the Spirit of adoption as sons [the Spirit producing sonship] by which we [joyfully] cry, “Abba! Father!”.
16 The Spirit Himself testifies and confirms together with our spirit [assuring us] that we [believers] are children of God.
17 And if [we are His] children, [then we are His] heirs also: heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ [sharing His spiritual blessing and inheritance], if indeed we share in His suffering so that we may also share in His glory.
The Spirit and our spirit assure us that we are His sons and daughters. The capital “S” Spirit is the Holy Spirit, and the small “s” spirit is the spirit of man, that part of us that isn’t physical, our thoughts and emotions. All of us have experienced that pricking of the conscience, that gentle but persistent inner-nagging, when we’re doing or have done the wrong thing. This is the Holy Spirit speaking to our spirit, urging us to stop sinning.
But we don’t have to sin to hear His voice. Yahweh often communicates to us this way when we’re faced with a situation not specifically covered in His Word, such as whether we should move to another country or marry a particular member of the opposite sex. The Book of Acts uses the expression “it seemed good” to describe this form of communication, e.g. It seemed good unto us, being assembled with one accord, to send chosen men unto you with our beloved Barnabas and Paul (Acts 15:25).
Yahweh speaks to us via our spirit because He is a Spirit (John 4:24) and because our flesh is hostile toward Him (Romans 8:7) and incompatible with His Kingdom (1 Corinthians 15:50).
Yahshua said His sheep hear His voice and follow Him (John 10:27). Israelites, known today as white Europeans, are the only race of people who can be His sheep. So it stands to reason that if we hear His voice and are compelled to follow Him come what may, we too must be Israelites.
1 Kings 9:11-12
11 And he said, Go forth, and stand upon the mount before the LORD. And, behold, the LORD passed by, and a great and strong wind rent the mountains, and brake in pieces the rocks before the LORD; but the LORD was not in the wind: and after the wind an earthquake; but the LORD was not in the earthquake:
12 And after the earthquake a fire; but the LORD was not in the fire: and after the fire a still small voice.
We tend to look for Yahweh everywhere and in everything except where He can be found 24/7: inside us. What better place to implant supernatural proof that we are His children than in our spirit, where Satan and wolves like ICI who try to “reason” us out of our divine inheritance can’t reach it? And what better vehicle with which to convey that proof than a still, small voice that comes from the mouth of Yahweh Himself? Who are we not to listen to it?
I have asked the question about am I pure or not many times over due to many things that people post, such as, facial features, diseases, blood types, etc. I came into the Racial Covenant Identity through the late Dr. James P. Wickstrom in 2016, and now through the teachings of Teacher Ray Bunzow, yet doubt creeps in because of all things that certain “identity” people has as their interpretations. Just like the nonsense of email that you and I were tagged in about discarding the New Parchments, and only reading from the Old Parchments, it is more divide and conquer strategy that is from satan and not from YHVH. Thank you Obie!
No worries, John.
I don’t know why people bother to cast their pearls before swine like “John William” who would have us scrap the entire New Testament. I guess verses like John 7:1, 8:44, and Revelation 2:9 just don’t sit well with JW.
I have to say, my husband, father and I have discussed this topic at length. We surmised they same thing, because we all feel called (now that we know the truth about being a Christian) to talk to our brethren about the Good News! But, I still was worried so I tracked our family trees as far back as I could. A pretty nifty website for doing that is familysearch.org
I really appreciated the confirmation though! Thank you for posting this.
I hope it’s not a shame to comment on a post two years later than when it came out. I just want to say that this is a fantastic article. I think what scares many CI adherents is the idea of racial purity itself and the scare that one may not be pure because of the heavy egalitarian propaganda against us (alongside hallmark White traits like you said). However, I think this post absolutely dispels or at least eases anyone’s mind that they may be impure. We are called and we would know it. Yahweh does not accidentally nor deceivingly call a tare to Himself (by the way if one is scared of being impure and evil, I think that’s strong evidence that one is not racially mixed).
If I may add, I also think that Yahweh through Christ gave us a simple test to see whether we are of His stock or not. He tells us to simply see the fruit of the tree (an individual). By that, we will know if they are worthy to be in the kingdom or not. Even if a good tree produces withered fruit every now and then, their works will be evident and their salvation and faith known. I believe that a mamzer deep down will know they are a mamzer and will never have true Christian conviction. The ways of a tare shall end up in either wanting the demise of God’s people or their own personal demise. If neither of these are inherent in our structure, rest assured I believe one is not mixed and a biological child of God.
To clarify my last sentence, sorry if it came off awkward! I meant to say that one is not mixed and **is** a biological child of God. Sorry if it sounded like I contradicted myself!