The Brit-Am Rose
Symbol of United Israel
1. More From Finland
Brit-Am Note: The letter below finds the ethnic name "Jaami" "Jam"
(pronounceable as 'Yam")
in Finland and traces it to the Hebrew "Yam" meaning Sea.
It also identifies the Fins of Finland with Issachar and Issachar with one of
the Peoples of the Sea i.e. with "Yam".
Our impression is that this letter and the previous letter make points worth
In our work "Lost Israelite Identity"
We also identified Issachar with the Sea Peoples and with the Sekelesh..
The Sekelesh were also known as the Sakari which we understood to mean Issachar
and found them settled in the territory of Issachar.
Date: Fri, 09 May 2008 12:08:16 -0700 (PDT)
From: Ope Tuslapsi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: FINLAND NEWS - detailed and edited
I perhaps did not make me clear as I wanted as in tiding up all information for
readers. I am sorry. When you think something inside head, easily gets forgotten
something important, usually half of the information.
All these Yam = sea was made to point out the connection of
Yams turn into Jam. Jam turn into either
And It is pronounced as a inside word man in U.S.A. So It turns into
was this population named after sea fighting
Novgorod. They were ancient
Thank you for publishing the text. The missing letter that came out in text in
a with two dots on top of it and is similar to
in Norway or Denmark.
See how Issachar
This text is from wikipedia.
According to the Torah, the tribe was
founded by Issachar,
the ninth son of Jacob, and a son of Leah, from whom it took its name; however
Biblical scholars view this also as
an eponymous metaphor providing an
of the connectedness of the tribe to others in the Israelite confederation.
According to this biblical passage, the name
refers to Leah hiring Jacob's sexual
at the cost of some Mandrakes; this suggests the etymology is
literally meaning man of hire, though some Jewish sources take it instead to
mean reward or recompense, in reference to
being the result of Jacob being hired.
A number of scholars think that some of the Israelite tribes actually originated
as part of the sea peoples.
Issachar may be one of these,
since in Egyptian accounts there is a tribe of sea peoples named
is here believed to be composed from shekel-ish,
meaning men of the shekel, a meaning synonymous with
man of hire. The biblical passage in which Leah is described as
matriarch is one which is regarded by textual scholars as having been spliced
together from its sources in a manner which has highly corrupted the narrative;
Leah as a matriarch is interpreted to suggest that the text's authors believed
the tribe to be one of the original Israelite groups, and it is having a
handmaiden - Bilhah
- as a matriarch that would have indicated a foreign origin. In the ancient
Song of Deborah, Issachar
is closely associated with
Naphtali, which itself does have
a handmaiden as matriarch, and at one point the text appears to have been
changed by the word Issachar
being inserted instead of Naphtali
Maybe you are able to make something out
of this, at least I hope so.
This wordlist I used..
This is easy link for me as this transliterates
words to greek
It would be nice to have Hebrew-Finnish dictionary
to see and seek possible common factors.
2. List of Secular Proofs: Linguistics
(Rough Outline, Maybe Added to Later)
Proofs in Simplified Outline.
Old and Modern English along with other Northern Languages show evidence
of a Hebrew component.
Gaelic (Irish and Scottish) as well as Welsh has proven Semitic substratum along
other characteristics consistent with the original tongue having been Hebrew.
3. Brit-Am List of Secular Proofs:
Irish Ancestors included Israelites.
Proofs in Expanded Format
Celtic (chiefly Irish) Mythological sources said that their ancestors arrived
from Spain hailing originally from Syria (William Temple, 1646) which term
encompasses Israel; or from Lebanon (part of Israel) or expressly from Israel
(Roberts, Galilei, etc.).
Mythological accounts such as that concerning a marriage to Pharoah's daughter
were seen to be understandable when certain Israelite Ethnic namesakes amongst
the Western "Celts" were taken into consideration. The existence of these Hebrew
Tribal and ancestral appellations is quite plentiful and their various
significations are discussed throughout the books,
"Lost Israelite Identity".
Several legends (such as that concerning the Stone of Scone) presuppose an
ancient belief in Israelite origin.
For a shortened summary of some of the sources see:
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.