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Brit-Am Now no. 1603
Movement of the Ten Tribes of Israel.

22 November 2010, 15 Kislev 5771.
1. New Articles:

(a) Israelite Tribes Amongst Germanic Linguistic Groups.
Foreword and List of Contents.

Germania and Tacitus: Israelite Origins.

Fulp van der Velden: The Rechabites Will Return with Israel.

3. Jeremiah 5:
NKJV verses; Brit-Am Summary; Extracts from Brit-Am Commentary


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1. New Articles:
(a) Israelite Tribes Amongst Germanic Linguistic Groups
Foreword and List of Contents:
In summation, our understanding is that on the whole those "Germanic" groups who left Germany were to some degree of Israeltie origin. Those who did not leave were of other stock.
The following series of articles is intended to discuss these issues from a historical perspective..

(b) Germania and Tacitus: Israelite Origins
The various tribes of the Semnones also gathered themselves together once a year in a place where they believed their nation had its birth. They came to worship in this place where,

"God, the supreme Governor of the world, resides, and that all things else whatsoever are subject to him, and bound to obey him."

So too a cord was tied around the waist of whosoever entered the sacred precint. If they had a heart attack they would be pulled out by the cord as was the practice in the Holy Temple at Jerusalem.

We therefore see a combination of Israelite and Canaanite type customs amongst the Ancient Germanic Peoples.

2. Fulp van der Velden: The Rechabites Will Return with Israel

Dear Yair, Shalom!
About the Rechabites I like to mention a remark in the old translation of Bemidbar [Numbers] in Dutch (Staten Vertaling).
In a remark on chapter 24 vers 22 is written: a possible translation could be: ?as long as Assur keeps you in prison?.
So it seems me that the Kenites will become free with the great Aliyah of Juda and Efraim from the land of the North.
God bless you and your work,
Fulp van der Velden
Foundation Aliyah
The Netherlands

Brit-Am Commentary:
According to Tradition the Kenites spoken of here are the descendants of Jethro and his family who became an Israelite yet retained some degree of ethnic separation.
They included (as you also indicate) the Rechabites.
Blessings to Israel. Proofs concerning the Lost Ten Tribes
Numbers 24:22

See also:
Brit-Am Now no. 1411
Rechabites: A New and Unexpected Source?
Jewish Traditions Placed the Lost Ten Tribes in the British Isles!!
Source (b) Lost Israelite Tribes Information

# There is mention of "isles" or "islands" where the Blessed Ones dwell #
# record of Jewish reflections on the legend of the lost tribes and the marvelous characteristics of the terrestrial paradise and its inhabitants,  the Blessed Ones, the Rechabites. #
#  The History of the Sons of Jonadab, the Son of Rechab, who are in the Midst of the Ocean, the Great Sea... #

3. Jeremiah 5: NKJV verses; Brit-Am Summary; Extracts from Brit-Am Commentary

Jeremiah 5:

 1 Run to and fro through the streets of Jerusalem;
   See now and know;
   And seek in her open places
   If you can find a man,
   If there is anyone who executes judgment,
   Who seeks the truth,
   And I will pardon her.

    2 Though they say, 'As the LORD lives,'
   Surely they swear falsely.?

    3 O LORD, are not Your eyes on the truth?
   You have stricken them,
   But they have not grieved;
   You have consumed them,
   But they have refused to receive correction.
   They have made their faces harder than rock;
   They have refused to return.

    4 Therefore I said, 'Surely these are poor.
   They are foolish;
   For they do not know the way of the LORD,
   The judgment of their God.

    5 I will go to the great men and speak to them,
   For they have known the way of the LORD,
   The judgment of their God.'
   But these have altogether broken the yoke
   And burst the bonds.

    6 Therefore a lion from the forest shall slay them,
   A wolf of the deserts shall destroy them;
   A leopard will watch over their cities.
   Everyone who goes out from there shall be torn in pieces,
   Because their transgressions are many;
   Their backslidings have increased.

    7 How shall I pardon you for this?
   Your children have forsaken Me
   And sworn by those that are not gods.
   When I had fed them to the full,
   Then they committed adultery
   And assembled themselves by troops in the harlots? houses.

    8 They were like well-fed lusty stallions;
   Every one neighed after his neighbor's wife.

    9 Shall I not punish them for these things? says the LORD.
   And shall I not avenge Myself on such a nation as this?

    10 Go up on her walls and destroy,
   But do not make a complete end.
   Take away her branches,
   For they are not the LORD's.

    11 For the house of Israel and the house of Judah
   Have dealt very treacherously with Me, says the LORD.

    12 They have lied about the LORD,
   And said, 'It is not He.
   Neither will evil come upon us,
   Nor shall we see sword or famine.

    13 And the prophets become wind,
   For the word is not in them.
   Thus shall it be done to them.'

14 Therefore thus says the LORD God of hosts:
   Because you speak this word,
   Behold, I will make My words in your mouth fire,
   And this people wood,
   And it shall devour them.

    15 Behold, I will bring a nation against you from afar,
   O house of Israel, says the LORD.
  It is a mighty nation,
   It is an ancient nation,
   A nation whose language you do not know,
   Nor can you understand what they say.

    16 Their quiver is like an open tomb;
   They are all mighty men.

    17 And they shall eat up your harvest and your bread,
   Which your sons and daughters should eat.
   They shall eat up your flocks and your herds;
   They shall eat up your vines and your fig trees;
   They shall destroy your fortified cities,
   In which you trust, with the sword.

18 Nevertheless in those days, says the LORD, I will not make a complete end of you.

19 And it will be when you say, Why does the LORD our God do all these things to us? then you shall answer them, Just as you have forsaken Me and served foreign gods in your land, so you shall serve aliens in a land that is not yours.

    20 Declare this in the house of Jacob
   And proclaim it in Judah, saying,

    21 Hear this now, O foolish people,
   Without understanding,
   Who have eyes and see not,
   And who have ears and hear not:

    22 Do you not fear Me? says the LORD.
   Will you not tremble at My presence,
   Who have placed the sand as the bound of the sea,
   By a perpetual decree, that it cannot pass beyond it?
   And though its waves toss to and fro,
   Yet they cannot prevail;
   Though they roar, yet they cannot pass over it.

    23 But this people has a defiant and rebellious heart;
   They have revolted and departed.

    24 They do not say in their heart,
   Let us now fear the LORD our God,
   Who gives rain, both the former and the latter, in its season.
   He reserves for us the appointed weeks of the harvest.

    25 Your iniquities have turned these things away,
   And your sins have withheld good from you.

    26 For among My people are found wicked men;
   They lie in wait as one who sets snares;
   They set a trap;
   They catch men.

    27 As a cage is full of birds,
   So their houses are full of deceit.
   Therefore they have become great and grown rich.

    28 They have grown fat, they are sleek;
   Yes, they surpass the deeds of the wicked;
   They do not plead the cause,
   The cause of the fatherless;
   Yet they prosper,
   And the right of the needy they do not defend.

    29 Shall I not punish them for these things? says the LORD.
   Shall I not avenge Myself on such a nation as this?

    30 An astonishing and horrible thing
   Has been committed in the land:

    31 The prophets prophesy falsely,
   And the priests rule by their own power;
   And My people love to have it so.
   But what will you do in the end?

Brit-Am Commentary to Jeremiah 5

London was once called New Troy and compared to Jerusalem; the city of Paris is named after the Parissi tribe who may have received their named from Peretz of Judah  or from Paresh of Menasseh. The Parissi were also found in the region of York in Northern England. York was originally named Yboracum meaning City of the Hebrews or something similar. New York means  New Yboracum or  New City of the Hebrews. All the inhabitants of Britain and Ireland were referred to as Iberi meaning Hebrews. The name IBERI was also found over much of Western Europe at one stage.        
Anyway sexual immorality hurts the person committing it first of all. Tamar the daughter of King David beseeched her brother Amnon not to rape her. She said:
AND I, WHITHER SHALL I CAUSE MY SHAME TO GO? AND AS FOR THEE, THOU SHALT BE AS ONE OF THE FOOLS IN ISRAEL [2-Samuel 13:13]. By committing this sexual crime Amnon would reduce himself to the level of a common fool in Israel.

Brit-Am Summary of Jeremiah 5:
Chapter 5. Both Israel and Judah are warned that punishment will come upon them because of their sexual immorality. They will be conquered, looted, and taken into Exile. Our religious leaders (Prophets) have mislead us. Wicked men especially amongst our leaders and wealthy classes have caused God to turn His face from us. Our elites have betrayed us and themselves.

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