QUESTION: Some people are confused by John 1:11; “He came unto his own and his own received him not.” This is;
ANSWER: This is poor translation. He came unto the land of his inheritance and the occupiers received Him not. The occupiers were organized Jewry not Judah and not Benjamin at that time. He came to the land of his inheritance, is the literacy of the translation. The Jews helped a lot in the King James translation, and lots of times the word is Judah instead of Jew., and many places such as this one the translation is garbled but He came to the land of his inheritance and the occupiers received HIM not. (Mary owned the land around Bethlehem and held it in trust for her first born.) But to those who received HIM he declared that they were the children of God. This of course is right because those looking for HIM, and who received him were of Judah, Benjamin and Levi.
QUESTION: I would like to know where the Jews started from?
ANSWER: That’s a rather simple question. In the Luciferian rebellion. This is referred to in the twelfth chapter of Revelation in which we are told that there was a tremendous war in heaven and Michael and his Angels fought against Lucifer and his hosts, and Lucifer prevailed not, neither was there any place found for him in the heavens.