Maggid ben Yoseif / Jerusalem Torah Voice in Exile
4 Iyar 5766 / May 2, 2006

Chicano related to Moses, Aaron

Extra Y chromosome appears among Chicano in Southern Colorado,

Northern N.M., 30 times more often than in known Jewish populations

A good percentage of Xicano (Chicano) men now living in southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico are waking up to the discovery that they are descendants of Aaron, the brother of Moses.

The Denver Post reported in April that a Catholic priest of Mexican-American heritage in Albuquerque had a DNA test done. The priest discovered he had an extra Y chromosome making him a Hebrew priest. He had others in his parish tested for the Kohein haplography, present only in the direct paternal descendants of Aaron, the brother of Moses. To date, of some 4,000 Chicano men tested, the Aaron gene has shown up 30 times more often than in any known totally Jewish population sample.  Aaron's DNA was apparently changed because of visits into the Holy of Holies in the Jerusalem Temple and exposure to the Sh'kinah or Glory of God.  If the Hopi ancestors of the Chicano were not descendants of Aaron to begin with, somewhere in their migrations they encountered a greatly concentrated and pure Hebraic priesthood.

The prophet Ezekiel foretold such a priesthood that would re-emerge in the Last Days:  the sons of Zadok.  The prophet Isaiah ends his writings with the declaration that when God returns the captivity of Israel, that some of the priests He returns with them will be "from the Gentiles." They have intermingled and been grafted into the non-Jewish House of Israel during its 2,730-year exile.

Maggid ben Yoseif