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Re: Brit-Am Now no. 1121
#1. Tessa: British royalty is far from an unbroken genetic line
The promises that most effectively tie the British Monarchy to the line of David
are where Hashem promises that David's throne will be an eternal throne. (Book
of Samuel) Even when the kingdom was taken from Rehoboam, the scriptures say
that Hashem kept Judah for the line of David, giving Jeroboam ONLY the northern
10 tribes, so that Hashem's promise of an eternal throne for David's seed would
not be broken.
Yes, it's true that the British royal line has not been perfect. However, even
when the House of Stuart was replaced by the House of Hanover (Windsor) the
promise was kept, because both Houses were descended from David.
Likewise, the prophecy made at the birth of Pharez and Zarah cannot be fulfilled
without including the concept of the British throne being a continuation of
And Isaiah 11:13, where it is prophesied that Judah and Ephraim will reunite
someday...I really don't see Judah reuniting with Africans, Asians, Hispanics or
Arabs. If two long-lost brothers find each other after a time of separation,
they needs must LOOK ALIKE to some degree. If Isaiah 11:13 is to be fulfilled,
Judah must reunite with the "white" people....that means Ephraim!
Short of finding an intact grave from the days of the Patriarchs or the Kingdom,
complete with DNA samples that can be matched with a certain people from today,
doubters will find a way to ignore things that they don't want to believe...
But as for me, and a lot of others like me, the promises and their fulfillment
are as plain as the nose on an elephant's face...
2. Israeli "Brit-Am Now" Subscriber
Publishes Book about Star of David
From: zeevveez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Brit-Am Now no. 1121
Three months after publishing my Hebrew book Magen David Black & White I just
published my English book about the pictorial history of the Star of David
symbol (64 pages, color, private edition).
Do you think it might interest your readers?
Table of Contents
Current Meaning of the Magen David 6
The legend about the origin of the emblem 7
The Jewish emblem versus the international
Whose emblem is it ? 9
Non-Jewish usage of the six-pointed star 10
Chapter 1 - Before Christian Era
Sumerian Culture 11
Minoan Culture 12
Treasure of Nimrud, Iraq 13
Gibeon: Greco-Roman Period 13
Chapter 2 - The first Millenium CE
The Star of Jerusalem; Roman Era 14
Bacchus temple at Baalbek, Lebanon 15
Capernaum; Ein Yael 16
Sufa; Khirbet Carmel; Eastern Orthodox 17
Roglit; Vermand 18
Synagogue of Shura; Mildenhall Treasure 19
Village of El-Makr; Jericho, Israel 20
The Dome of the Rock 21
Damascus; Dome of the Chain 22
Offa King of Mercia 23
Chapter 3 - The second Millenium CE
The Leningrad Codex 24
Cairo Genizah; Cambridge University 25
Raziel's Book; Armenian Church 26
Rachel's Grave in Tiberias; Lalibela 27
Ayyubid Coins; Crusaders' Coins 28
Mamilla-Mamluk Cemetery 29
David Ganz 32
Bury St Edmunds 34
Catholic University of Leuven 35
The Spanish Inquisition periods 36
Before the Expulsion; Kennicott Bible 37
Qait Bey Citadel; Bakhchysaray, Crimea 38
Moghul Architecture 40
Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent 41
Barbarossa's flag 42
Free Masons 43
Mogador; Jewish Wedding Stones 44
Prince Albert memorial 45
Santa Croce Church in Florence 46
Chapter 4 - The Contemporary Period
Theodor Herzl's newspaper, Die-Welt 47
Zionist Flag In Tel Aviv; Zion Mule Corps 48
Flowers from Jerusalem; Lamel School 49
Messiah's house 50
Bob Marley Graffiti 51
Yellow Badges 52
Jewish Brigade 53
Anti- Israeli Propaganda 55
In every generation men rise up to destroy us 56
Copyrights and Footnotes 57-64
3. Interesting Stained Glass Window
The Stained Glass Window of a Synagogue in England (where exactly?)
seen on the cover of a book
Jewish Heritage in England (Paperback)
An Architectural Guide
by Sharman Kadish (Author)
The stained window (see Illustration) has an interesting design combining
the British Lion and Unicorn with the Ten Commandments and the Star of David.
This design is definitely of "Brit-Am" type in spirit and a pleasure to see.
The book looks worth obtaining for the picture alone
and for all we know contains similar interesting examples of British Tradition
in a Hebrew Context (or the opposite; - Hebrew Tradition in a British Context)
inside of it.
4. US Pressure and Arab Demographics
Re: Brit-Am Now no. 1121
#4. The Scroll, Popular inaccuracies, and Brit-Am Apology on Behalf of Judah
Brit-Am comments, "It should be realized that Jews who live in Israel or
identify with Jews in Israel are greatly perturbed by the negative aspect of US
policy that is against Jewish settlement in the liberated Land of Israel."
Yair, is it possible the US policy may be doing Israel a favor, and could be God
inspired? The rationale behind the question is this. Once a nation gains new
territory, forfeiting the gain is often unpalatable. This is more so in Israel's
case seeing that the land acquired through conflict belonged to the tribes
(Joseph included) of Israel in ancient times. A factor that might be influencing
the present government in Israel, aside from US pressure, may bear upon
conclusions being drawn by some authorities in Israel. A published view is that
(based upon birth, death, and immigration projections) the Arab population
within Israel will in twelve short years (by 2020) out-number the Jews, and
thereby political superiority will shift. It seems the late Arafat believed the
womb was the best weapon for bringing the Jewish state of Israel to an end. If
these claims are accurate and remotely possible, then Israel must have a
strategy in place to defend against this particular weapon. One such plan might
be an altogether "Jewish state" that (to the degree possible) frees itself of
the Palestinian condition, at least within its own borders. While no doubt a
number of solutions are on the table, apparently some believe the best defense
is the two state solution. If such must actually be, I would suggest a three
(versus two) state solution. Your view is greatly appreciated.
None of the Jews want to live with the Arabs. One of the solutions
is to divide the Land by means of the Security Wall running down the middle of
the country. The idea is that eventually the Arabs being concentrated in one
part of the country will be able to rule themselves.
Jews ("settlers") living now in what is considered the "Arab" section according
to this idea are interfering with the eventual hermetic division.
Further settlement the argument goes should therefore be discouraged and present
settlements if possible dismantled or at least diminished.
The problem is that for security and ecological reasons (scarce water resources
with much of the water in aquifers on the West bank) one cannot really divide
the Land. Allowing the Arabs greater freedom means letting them harm Jews more
than they are doing because that is what freedom means to them.
Also there are already many Jewish settlers in the West Bank on one hand and a
majority of Arabs in the Galilee and elsewhere in the pre-1967 section. None of
the Arabs want a return to the pre-1967 borders. They want an end to all
the Jews and they will fight to achieve it any way they can as soon as they have
chance to succeed at it.
This is not a question of forfeiting gain. It is a question of giving up what is
rightfully yours and what you need to survive.
The Demographic Menace of the Arabs is mistaken and has been exaggerated by
inflated Arab figures.
#3. Latest Stats: Israel's Demographic Trend is Jewish, Not Arab
Israel NEEDS the west bank. Anyone who says otherwise is condemning Jews to die.
It is not a question of whether or not Jews will die if control of the West Bank
It is just a quest of how many?
No-one is doing Israel a favor by pressuring Israel to "make concessions".
They are forcing Israel to make sacrifices of Jewish lives and to put the whole
State of Israel in even more danger than it already is in.
This is anti-Semitism.
The Land belongs to the Tribes of Israel.
The Jews are the forerunners of all the Tribes and their RECOGNIZED
REPRESENTATIVE IN THE WORLD TODAY.
Anyone who is against Jewish control of any part of the Land of Israel is a
traitor to the Israelite Peoples and denier of the Bible.
5. The Hero and Heroine of the Song of
The Song of Solomon is called "Shir HaShirim" ("Song of Songs") in Hebrew.
On its simple literal level it is a love song with a few quite explicitly erotic
Rabbinical Tradition explained it to be an allegory of the relationship between
the Almighty and the
Congregation of Israel.
This explanation does not contradict the theme being a real life love story that
actually did happen.
We have seen references to the idea that the hero is the young King Solomon and
the heroine Abishag.
In other words this idea has been written of in the past but so far we have not
yet seen any actual sources
though hope to do so.
Nevertheless a straightforward reading of the text with this idea in mind makes
it the most probably solution.
We will write more on this matter in the course of our ongoing Brit-Am
Commentary to the Book of Kings
where an attempt by the rival of Solomon, Adonijah, to take Abishag for himself
is the next subject to be discussed.
Brit-Am is the "still small voice" that contains the truth.
[1-Kings 19:12] AND AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE A FIRE; BUT THE LORD WAS NOT IN THE
FIRE: AND AFTER THE FIRE A STILL SMALL VOICE.