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Brit-Am Now no. 1399
The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel Movement
23 October 2009, 5 Cheshvan 5770
1. Proverbs 7 (
2. Disraeli and Bismarck: The Importance of Criticism
3. Michael Williams:
Every King & Queen of Europe
is Descended from King David


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1. Proverbs 7 (NKJV)

 1 My son, keep my words,
      And treasure my commands within you.
       2 Keep my commands and live,
      And my law as the apple of your eye.
       3 Bind them on your fingers;
      Write them on the tablet of your heart.
       4 Say to wisdom, ?You are my sister,?
      And call understanding your nearest kin,
       5 That they may keep you from the immoral woman,
      From the seductress who flatters with her words.

    6 For at the window of my house
      I looked through my lattice,
       7 And saw among the simple,
      I perceived among the youths,
      A young man devoid of understanding,
       8 Passing along the street near her corner;
      And he took the path to her house
       9 In the twilight, in the evening,
      In the black and dark night.
       10 And there a woman met him,
      With the attire of a harlot, and a crafty heart.
       11 She was loud and rebellious,
      Her feet would not stay at home.
       12 At times she was outside, at times in the open square,
      Lurking at every corner.
       13 So she caught him and kissed him;
      With an impudent face she said to him:
       14 " I have peace offerings with me;
      Today I have paid my vows.
       15 So I came out to meet you,
      Diligently to seek your face,
      And I have found you.
       16 I have spread my bed with tapestry,
      Colored coverings of Egyptian linen.
       17 I have perfumed my bed
      With myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon.
       18 Come, let us take our fill of love until morning;
      Let us delight ourselves with love.
       19 For my husband is not at home;
      He has gone on a long journey;
       20 He has taken a bag of money with him,
      And will come home on the appointed day."
       21 With her enticing speech she caused him to yield,
      With her flattering lips she seduced him.
       22 Immediately he went after her, as an ox goes to the slaughter,
      Or as a fool to the correction of the stocks,[a]
       23 Till an arrow struck his liver.
      As a bird hastens to the snare,
      He did not know it would cost his life.
       24 Now therefore, listen to me, my children;
      Pay attention to the words of my mouth:
       25 Do not let your heart turn aside to her ways,
      Do not stray into her paths;
       26 For she has cast down many wounded,
      And all who were slain by her were strong men.
       27 Her house is the way to hell,[b]
      Descending to the chambers of death.

Proverbs 7:22 Septuagint,
Syriac, and Targum read as a dog to bonds; Vulgate reads as a lamb . . . to bonds.
Proverbs 7:27 Or

2. Disraeli and Bismarck: The Importance of Criticism

"And in the end of my thoughts on [the matter of the Talmudic statement 'These and these are both the words of the living God'] I will bring another, external thought, a thought which is based in a conversation of secular scholars, and this thought comes from a source which is honest, and was close to the events, as I shall explain, and the events, and what was about them are both interesting and moving.

"It was in 1878, after the Russo-Turkish War, that the great diplomats of all the states gathered in Berlin in order to settle things between the powers who had been at war, and those things which had affected the interests of other nations. This meeting is known as the Berlin Congress.

"Lord Beaconsfield (also known as Disraeli) had come from Britain, and he was known as the greatest of diplomats at that time.

"And even though the gathering honored the master of the house, Chancellor Bismarck, with the chief seat, it was generally known that the rhythm of the congress would be controlled by Lord Beaconsfield.

"Beaconsfield sat right next to Bismarck, and both of them instructed the assembled, such that there were those who likened them to two teeth in one mouth.

"Whenever there was a break in official discussion these two neighbors, Bismarck and Beaconsfield, would have a conversation as two private people, on private matters which had no bearing on the meeting.

"And one time their conversation fell to the workings of parliament. Bismarck said to Beaconsfield that Members of parliament harassed him to no end, because any law that he wanted to pass, for the interests of the nation could not get through parliament without long periods of discussion, and questioning, and examination, with arguments from all sides and of all types, and he was required to answer them all, to defend against all of them, and to respond to each one. All of this troubled him greatly; his spirit was storming such that he could not answer each objection, so they inserted corrections, and emendations and improvements into the law?

"'And it was not in my power,' he continued emphatically, 'so I limited the rights of parliament, because when parliament has freedom without limitation to claim anything, and to object to anything with out any boundary it is a great rebuke to the ministers of government. And thus,' Bismarck finished his comment, 'it is necessary to place limits on what they can say.

"Beaconsfield listened closely to this rebuke of members of parliament, thought for a moment, then put his hand on his chin and said:

"'In my opinion, if there were not people in parliament who disagreed, and objected and argued against my opinions and ideas, I would hire them with my own money, because without these, the dissenters, the arguers, and objectors All of the issues and questions of the day would never be clarified, the truth of them would never be revealed, and thus we arrive at a desirable and complete conclusion.'

"Bismarck was touched by this answer, because he haD not expected to hear it, especially not from Beaconsfield, the greatest of diplomats, first speaker in every place, to whom everybody listens, and they drink his words with great thirst, and the law is like him in all cases!

"He asked Beaconsfield, 'Where did you learn this?' Beaconsfield answered, 'This is an ancient teaching, which as seen thousands of years, and it is inherited with many other proper opinions, which are all part of the teaching of that ancient period.

"Bismarck understood the hint and realized that this inheritance comes from the Torah of Israel, because he knew that Beaconsfield often based his ideas on those of Israel and its Torah (because he was educated as a Jew, in his youth). Bismarck, as it is known, was one of the great oppressors of Jews at the time, one of the originators of anti-Semitism, and one of its [anti-Semitism's] great defenders, so he understood that Beaconsfield had not unintentionally insulted him, but had used a very straightforward hint, and he was secretly angry."

~R. Baruch Halevy Epstein, Makor Baruch, vol. 4, chapter 39, section 2, pp. 1779-1786.

3. Michael Williams:
Every King & Queen of Europe is Descended from King David

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From: Michael Williams

Every King & Queen of Europe is Descended from King David
Abraham (Abram)
Judas (Judah) King of Goshen
Nashon (Naashon)
Boaz, Ruth
David King of Israel
Solomon King of Israel
Rehoboam King of Judah
Abijam King of Judah
Asa King of Judah
Jehoshaphat King of Judah
Jehoram King of Judah
Ahaziah King of Judah
Joash King of Judah
Amaziah King of Judah
Uzziah King of Judah
Jotham King of Judah
Ahaz King of Judah
Hezekiah King of Judah
Manasseh King of Judah
Amon King of Judah
Josiah King of Judah
Zedekiah King of Judah
Tea Tephi Princess of Judah
Irial Faidh King of Ireland
Eithriall King of Ireland
Follain King of Ireland
Tighernmas King of Ireland
Eanbotha King of Ireland
Smioguil King of Ireland
Fiachadh Labhriane King of Ireland
Aongus Ollmuchaidh King of Ireland
Maoin King of Ireland
Rotheachta King of Ireland
Dein King of Ireland
Siorna Saoghalach King of Ireland
Oholla Olchaoin King of Ireland
Giallebadh King of Ireland
Aodhain Glas King of Ireland
Simeon Breac King of Ireland
Muireadach Bolgrach King of Ireland
Fiachadh Tolgrach King of Ireland
Duach Laidhrach King of Ireland
Eochaidh Buaigllcrg King of Ireland
Ugaine King of Ireland
Cobhthach Coalbreag King of Ireland
Meilage King of Ireland
Jaran Gleofathaeb King of Ireland
Coula Cruaidh Cealgach King of Ireland
Oiliolla Caisfhiachach King of Ireland
Eochaidh Folthleatan King of Ireland
Aongus Tuirmheach King of Ireland
Eana Aighneach King of Ireland
Labhra Suire King of Ireland
Blathuchta King of Ireland
Easamhuin Eamhua King of Ireland
Roighnein King of Ireland
Finlogha King of Ireland
Fian King of Ireland
Eodchaidh Feidhlioch King of Ireland
Fineamhuas King of Ireland
Lughaidh Raidhdearg King of Ireland
Criombthan Niadhnar King of Ireland
Feradach Finnfechtnach King of Ireland
Fiachu Finnolach King of Ireland
Tuathal Teachtmhar King of Ireland
Fedlimid Rechtmar King of Ireland
Conn Cetchathach King of Ireland
Art mac Cuinn King of Ireland
Cormac mac Ajrt King of Ireland
Caibre Lifechair King of Ireland
Fiachad Sroiptine King of Ireland
Muiredach Tirech King of Ireland
Eochaid Mugmedon King of Ireland
Niall Noigiallach King of Ireland (of the NH)
Eogan King of Ireland
Muirchertach mac Earea King of Ireland
Feargus More King of Argyleshire
Dongard King of Argyleshire
Conran King of Argyleshire
Aidan King of Argyleshire
Eugene IV King of Argyleshire
Donald IV King of Argyleshire
Dongard King of Argyleshire
Eugene V King of Argyleshire
Findan King of Argyleshire
Eugene VII King of Argyleshire
Effinus King of Argyleshire
Achaius King of Argyleshire
Alpin II of Kintyre King of Dalriada
Kenneth II MA King of Scottland,King of the Picts
Constantine I King of Scottland,King of the Picts
Donald II King of Scottland
Malcom I King of Scotts
Kenneth II King of Scotts
Malcom II MacKenneth King of Scottland
Duncan I King of Scottland
Malcom III King of Scottland
David I the Saint King of Scottland
Henry Prince of Scottland
William I of Scottland (Earl of hunting)
Alexander II King of Scottland
Angharad Verch Llewellyn
Elena Verch Maelgwn Fychan
Owain Mareduddd
Llewellyn Owain Deuheubarth
Thomas of Deuheubarth AP Llewellyn
Marared Verch Thomas
Maredudd Tudor
Owen Tudor
Edmund Tudor Earl of Richmond
Henry VII Tudor King of England
Margaret Tudor
James V Stuart King of Scottland
Mary I Stuart Queen of Scottland
James I King of England (James VI Stuart)
Elizabeth Stuart Princess of Scottland
Sophia Hanover Princess Palatine of the Rhine
George I Hanover King of England
George I to Harold V King of Norway;

George II Hanover King of England
Frederick Louis Hanover Prince of Wales
George III Hanover King of England
Prince Edward AH Duke of Kent & Strathearn
Victoria Hanover Queen of England
Edward VII Wettin King of England
Princess Maude Charlotte Queen of Norway
Olav V King of Norway
Harold V King of Norway
George I to Carl XVI King of Sweden;

George II Hanover King of England
Anne Hanover Princess of Royal & Princess of Orange
Princess Caroline of Orange-Nassau
Friedrich Wilhelm Prince of Nassau-Weilburg
Wilhelm Duke of Nassau
Gustav V Kingof Sweden
Gustav VI Adolf King of Sweden
Prince Gustav Adolf Duke of Vasterbotten
Carl XVI Gustav King of Sweden
George I to Queen Margrethe Queen of Denmark;

Sophia Dorothea Hanover
Prince Augustus William of Prussia
Queen Wilhelmina
Willem Frederik Karel
Louise of Sweden
Christian X King of Denmark
Frederik IX King of Denmark
Margrethe II Queen of Denmark
George to Queen Beatrix of the Nederlands

George II Hanover King of England
Anne Hanover Princess of Royal & Princess of Orange
William V Prince of Orange
William I King of the Netherlands
Willem F GL King William II of the Netherlands
William III APFL King of the Netherlands
Wilhelmina Queen of the Netherlands
Juliana Queen of the Netherlands
Beatrix Queen of the Netherlands
George I to King Juan Carlos of Spain;

George II Hanover King of England
Frederick Louis Hanover Prince of Wales
George III Hanover King of England
Prince Edward AH Duke of Kent & Strathearn
Victoria Hanover Queen of England
Princess Beatrice Mary Victoria
Victoria Eugenie (Ena) Queen of Spain
Don Juan of Spain
Juan Carlos I of Bourbon King of Spain
King George I to Queen Elizabeth II
King George I

George II Hanover King of England

Anne Hanover Princess of Orange-Nassau

Princess Caroline of Orange-Nassau


Alexander Duke of Wurttemburg

Francis Duke of Teck

Queen Mary of Teck

George VI Windsor King of the United Kingdom

Queen Elizabeth II

  Michael Williams


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