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Brit-Am Now no. 1506
The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel Movement
6 May 2010, 22 Iyar Nissan 5770
1. JERUSALEM    By William Blake   ( abridged )
2. David & Lynda Crawford:  Thank you for all you do
3. New Member.
4. New Article
The Prophet Balaam
Barak Hussein.
Obama, Fareed, and the Promises to Israel.
5. Ecclesiastes 7.


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 1. JERUSALEM    By William Blake   ( abridged )
Note: Albion is a Poetical  term for Britain
From: "Bruce and Jan"

                          JERUSALEM    By William Blake   ( abridged )
I elected Albion for my glory, I gave to him the nations
of the whole earth. He was the Angel of my Presence and all
the sons of God were Albion's sons and Jerusalem was My joy
Albion must sleep till the Man of Repentance be revealed
He has compelled Albion to become a punisher and has possessed
Himself of Albions forests. And Jerusalem is taken
The City of the woods in the forest of Ephratah is taken
London is a stone of her ruins, Oxford is the dust of her walls
Sussex and Kent are her scattered garments, Ireland her holy place
And the murdered bodies of her little ones are Scotland and Wales
The Cities of the Nations are the smoke of her consumeation
 The Nations are her dust, ground by the chariot wheels
Of her lordly conquerors, her palaces leveled with the dust
I come that I may find a way for my banished ones to return
Fear not, little flock, I come- Albion shall rise again!
ALBION- Thought to refer to the white cliffs of Dover.  Albus, Latin for white
           Or Scottish Gaelic for Scotland - Alba
Bruce McKerras.

2. David & Lynda Crawford:  Thank you for all you do
Dear Yair ,
 Sorry to read that you have had an accident and hope you were not badly hurt. Yes, as you say we are all mortals and we should be thankful for every day we have and enjoy and look after our health. Thank you for all you do and may this message of the regathering and restoration of The House of Israel expand . Make the most of your rest and we look forward to hearing from you soon.
David & Lynda Crawford

3. New Member

Encouraged to join your site by a lady from NZ  who name is Jane Marchant from YASPACE...
I was born in Wales leaving in my early 20's, so guess wot 2 reference I looked at first, wonderful breadth of topic's you have gone into and put together, and well the Code's in Historical and contemporary term's, cool and exciting.  I have have only skimmed your site, meaning heaps more fun.  Also my son Adam is very keen on DNA and Israel, has to be a link

Definitely looking forward to wondering around your site rather than the desert, that's for sure.  Except Sabbat no desert their.

                                    There was a saying a while back,  "Keep On Keeping On",

Hope and Trust All is Good & Well with You and Your's,

Best Regard's
Paul & All

4. New Article
The Prophet Balaam and
Barak Hussein.
Obama, Fareed, and the Promises to Israel.
Barak Hussein Obama is the present President of the USA. He was photographed carrying a book by Fareed Zecharia. This work (without conscious intention) contains factual evidence that the Tribes of Joseph (Ephraim and Manasseh) were to be dominant in Great Britain and North America. The book also gives us an opening to understanding the mind-set of Obama who may be bad but is not stupid on the operational level. The book is in fact a warning that the present administration may not necessarily have the best interests of the US population-base at heart.

         Fareed Zakaria

Balaam the Heathen Prophet and Barak-Balak
Obama and Manasseh.
Who is Fareed Zakaria'
The Photo and the Book
What Significance does the book "The Post-American World", by Fareed Zakaria, 2008, have'
The Book. Excerpts, Summary, and Commentary.


"At the turn of the twentieth century, despite robust growth in demand,  wheat prices declined by 20 to 35 per cent in Europe, thanks to America's granaries." 19
BA Comment:
The USA and other Israelite Nations were blessing to all the world in the humanitarian and economic spheres.

"With 5 per cent of the world's population, the United States has generated between 20 to 30 per cent of world output for 125 years". 41
BA Comment:
The USA and other Israelite Nations
wereto be  blessed with great economic prosperity on a world-wide, historically-significant  scale.

The British Empire at its height covered a quarter of the globe and a quarter of its population.
# During the Diamond Jubilee [June 22, 1897], 165 ships carrying forty thousand seamen and three thousand guns were on display in Portsmouth, the largest fleet ever assembled. # 169
#...the British Empire created the first truly global market. # 170
The New York Times (1897) on behalf of the USA said:
# "We are a part, and a great part, of the greater Britain which seems so plainly destined to dominate this planet". # 171
Britain (1845-1870) had 2% per cent of the world's population, 30 % of global GDP, 20% of world trade, 40% of world manufacturing trade.
The USA equaled Britain in most fields by 1870 and surpassed it in the 1880s.
In 1860 Britain produced 53% of world's iron (# then a sign of supreme industrial strength #); in 1914 less than 10%.
In 1914 Britain however was the world financial capital. Returns from overseas investments  masked its economic decline.
# As a result, Britain remained the master of the seas, controlling its lanes and pathways with "five keys" that were said to lock up the world, Singapore, the Cape of Africa, Alexandria, Gibraltar, and Dover. # 178
BA Comment:
The points above reflect the blessing. Israel was to rule the waves and be the foremost military power with ports and bases in vital international strategic areas:

# The US economy has been the world's largest since the middle of the 1880s, and it remains so today. # 180
#The American military, in contrast, dominates at every level, land, air, space, and spends more than the next fourteen countries put together, accounting for almost 50 per cent of global defense spending. # 181
# The United States spends more on defense research and development than the rest of the world put together. And, crucially, it does all this without breaking the bank. # 181
BA Comment:
The USA in many ways is a continuation of the British Empire but with characteristics typical of
Machir of Manasseh rather than the aristocratic-oriented Tribe of Ephraim. The USA is big and emphasizes size. The Commentators noted that Manasseh was greater than Ephraim is size and wealth
even when Ephraim was predominant.
Part of the American lead over other nations is due to its research capabilities and innovations. The Jewish population both in the USA and in Israel contributes greatly to this. The Jewish intellectual and innovative influence comes not only from the Jews themselves but also from their Gentile co-workers who are influenced by them. This phenomenon was remarked upon by John
Hulley ("Comets Jews and Christians" ,1996).
# The United States has been and can be the world's most important, continuing source of new ideas, big and small, technical and creative, economic and political.. # 210
#American tentacles and interests are spread as widely today as were Britain's at the height of its empire. For those who believe that America's place in the world is wholly different from that of the British Empire it is instructive to read the "Base Structure Report" for fiscal year 2006. In it, the Department of Defense boasts of being 'one of the world's largest landlords'! The report lists a sprawling network of 766 bases in forty foreign countries from Antigua to the United Kingdom. These overseas bases were worth at least $2127 billion in 2005, housed 197,000 uniformed personnel and an equal number of dependents and civilian officials, and employed an additional 81,000 local foreign hires'# 238
BA Comment:
This emphasizes the point made above that Britain and the USA fulfilled the blessing to Israel that they would have bases all over the world and rule the waves.

5. Ecclesiastes 7
 1 A good name is better than precious ointment,
      And the day of death than the day of one's birth;
       2 Better to go to the house of mourning
      Than to go to the house of feasting,
      For that is the end of all men;
      And the living will take it to heart.
       3 Sorrow is better than laughter,
      For by a sad countenance the heart is made better.
       4 The heart of the wise is in the house of mourning,
      But the heart of fools is in the house of mirth.
       5 It is better to hear the rebuke of the wise
      Than for a man to hear the song of fools.
       6 For like the crackling of thorns under a pot,
      So is the laughter of the fool.
      This also is vanity.
       7 Surely oppression destroys a wise man's reason,
      And a bribe debases the heart.
       8 The end of a thing is better than its beginning;
      The patient in spirit is better than the proud in spirit.
       9 Do not hasten in your spirit to be angry,
      For anger rests in the bosom of fools.
       10 Do not say,
      ' Why were the former days better than these?'
      For you do not inquire wisely concerning this.
       11 Wisdom is good with an inheritance,
      And profitable to those who see the sun.
       12 For wisdom is a defense as money is a defense,
      But the excellence of knowledge is that wisdom gives life to those who have it.
       13 Consider the work of God;
      For who can make straight what He has made crooked'
       14 In the day of prosperity be joyful,
      But in the day of adversity consider:
      Surely God has appointed the one as well as the other,
      So that man can find out nothing that will come after him.
 15 I have seen everything in my days of vanity:
      There is a just man who perishes in his righteousness,
      And there is a wicked man who prolongs life in his wickedness.
       16 Do not be overly righteous,
      Nor be overly wise:
      Why should you destroy yourself'
       17 Do not be overly wicked,
      Nor be foolish:
      Why should you die before your time'
       18 It is good that you grasp this,
      And also not remove your hand from the other;
      For he who fears God will escape them all.
       19 Wisdom strengthens the wise
      More than ten rulers of the city.
       20 For there is not a just man on earth who does good
      And does not sin.
       21 Also do not take to heart everything people say,
      Lest you hear your servant cursing you.
       22 For many times, also, your own heart has known
      That even you have cursed others.
       23 All this I have proved by wisdom.
      I said, 'I will be wise';
      But it was far from me.
       24 As for that which is far off and exceedingly deep,
      Who can find it out'
       25 I applied my heart to know,
      To search and seek out wisdom and the reason of things,
      To know the wickedness of folly,
      Even of foolishness and madness.
       26 And I find more bitter than death
      The woman whose heart is snares and nets,
      Whose hands are fetters.
      He who pleases God shall escape from her,
      But the sinner shall be trapped by her.
       27 ' Here is what I have found,' says the Preacher,
      ' Adding one thing to the other to find out the reason,
       28 Which my soul still seeks but I cannot find:
      One man among a thousand I have found,
      But a woman among all these I have not found.
       29 Truly, this only I have found:
      That God made man upright,
      But they have sought out many schemes.

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