Lost Tribes of Israel representatives arrive at Clow UFO Base
By Reporter X
After over 2700 years, representatives from the lost tribes of Israel returned to Earth this week. Ten delegates arrived at Bolingbrook’s Clow UFO base were part of a team of delegates who are visiting every UFO base on Earth in celebration of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year.
Edward Rosenthal, former mayor of Bolingbrook, welcomed the delegates. “It has been too long. We have missed you.”
Davod Zickman, the Zebulun representative replied through a translator device, “We’re very sorry we couldn’t come back sooner. We only recently built ships that could make the trip back to Kadur Ha'arets.”
The delegates explained that after the Assyrian deportations, aliens abducted many members of the northern tribes. The aliens, according to Zickman, said they felt sorry for the lost tribes, and offered to give them their own solar system, where gentiles could never threaten them. While most accepted the offer, some refused and were dropped off in Asia and Africa.
Once in the new solar system, the tribes had some conflicts, like what day was the Sabbath on the new worlds. Eventually, they learned to get along.
“For centuries, we thought we were the only Jews left in the universe.” Said Quoda of the Dan tribe. “Our rescue seemed like an act from the one we cannot name. So how could we spoil His gift by destroying ourselves?”
Added Zickman, “Though most of us grew away from belief in a man in the sky, we still felt it was important to honor the culture created by our ancestors, and to make sure it remained a living culture.
Zickman explained that there only two branches of Judaism among their tribes: Secular and Orthodox. To prevent conflict between the two branches, the Orthodox Jews have their own planet. Jews who no longer wish to be Orthodox are allowed to move to the other secular planets, and vice versa.
Rosenthal said he looked forward to learning about the history of the lost tribes, and explaining the history of Earth’s Jewish population to them.
“It’s like I’m a teacher and student at the same time.”
Nine delegates will be attending Rosh Hashana services by the humanistic Kol Hadash congregation.
“Our early exposure to advance science lead us to secularism.” Said Zickman. “We hope to learn what inspired your Jewish humanists.”
“We know that aliens used advanced science to lead us to the homeworlds.” Said Quoda. “But it was the being whose name we cannot write that indirectly guided them to us. We have kept the covenant in our high tech world. I look forward to meeting brothers who have also kept the covenant despite secular pressures.”
While the delegates are happy to be in Chicago, one confessed that she really wanted to be in the New York delegation.
“Joshie Berger is cooking a special meal for that delegation.” Said Lydea. “We’ve heard so much about his rants and his cooking. I’m sure it will be a fun evening.”
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