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Brit-Am Now no. 1622
Movement of the Ten Tribes of Israel.

31 December 2010, 24 Tevet 5771.
1. Pastor James PS Templeton: Brit-Am Should Learn from Nehemiah!
2. Answer to Question by George
Helon about the Brit-Am Rose.
3. Answer to Query by Nancy concerning the Tribe of Asher.
4. The Brit-Am Relevance of News Features to be Explained!!
5. Steven Collins (Brit-Am Ally) Interviewed by TRUNEWS.


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1. Pastor James PS Templeton: Brit-Am Should Learn from Nehemiah!
From: Pastor James PS Templeton <>
Dear Yair,
...Nehemiah said in Nehemiah 6:3 AV "And I sent messengers unto them, saying, I am doing a great work, so that I cannot come down: why should the work cease, whilst I leave it, and come down to you?"
Don't let anything distract you because you also are doing a great work,
Yours very sincerely, James Templeton.
Pastor James PS Templeton
Newcastle, County Down,
Northern Ireland.
BT33 0SE

2. Answer to Question by George Helon about the Brit-Am Rose.
George Helon <> wrote:

Shalom Yair!
This might seem a trivial question, but for a long time I have been curious as to why the Britam-Am Rose only features 5 Green Leaves, when infact their is a void where a sixth would go?
Please explain?
George Helon ben akhar ben Zebulon
Land of Sinim [Australia]

Brit-Am Reply:

Articles on the Brit-Am Rose are found at:
The Brit-Am and Tudor Roses
and at:
The  Brit-Am Rose or "Shoshana Yaacov"

by Stephen

The Brit-Am Rose is based on the Rose of Israel as described by the Zohar and the Tudor Rose which is highly similar to it.
Both Roses have only five Green Leaves around them though the Tudor Rose in many (but not all) cases is depicted with an additional 5 leaves (i.e. 10 altogether) around the outer petals. This was not always so as may be seen by the Tudor Rose pattern to the left of our article
The Brit-Am and Tudor Roses
taken from,
"The Making of the United Kingdom 1500-1750" by J.F. Aylett, Hodder & Stoughton, Britain
and in the portrait of Henry-vii.

In the beginning of the "Zohar" it says:

"`As the rose among the thorns, so is my love among the maidens' (Song of Solomon 2:2): What is the rose: It is the Assemblage of Israel, the Community of Israel. For there is a rose (above) and a rose (below). Just as the rose which is among the thorns has red and white, so does the Assemblage of Israel have justice and mercy. Just as a rose has thirteen petals, so does the Assemblage [Hebrew: "Knesset"] of Israel have thirteen measures of compassion encompassing it on all sides. "...Five strong leaves surround the rose..."

The Rose of all Israel described by the Zohar has thirteen petals and five green leaves. Perhaps the five leaves represent the Five Books of the Torah?

It will be noticed that the Tudor Rose has only 10 petals (five white and five red)
and if accept the versions with 10 green leaves we get a repeat of the Number 10. We have suggested that this number represents the Ten Tribes.

The Brit-Am Rose is based on the Tudor Rose BUT we have adapted to the description in the Zohar. This brought us to limit the number of green leaves to
5 and to bring the number of petals up to 13 (7 white surrounded by six red). The Thirteen petals in our Brit-Am conception are taken as representing all the 13 Tribes. The number 13 results due to Ephraim and Manasseh being counted as separate Tribes and neither Levi nor Simeon being left out.
In the Bible only 12 Tribes are counted by either counting Ephraim and Manasseh as the one Tribe of Joseph or omitting either Levi or Simeon.

3. Answer to Query by Nancy concerning the Tribe of Asher.

Yair,  the Biblical family of Asher was Jimnah, Ishuah, Isui, Beriah and Serah. Where did these children and their families settle?
Thank you.

Brit-Am Reply:
In our book "The Tribes" we show how Asher and his clans were to be found amongst the Vandals and Burgundians and also amongst the settlers of Scandinavia and Scotland with emphasis on the latter.
A few copies of "The Tribes" are still available.
See Also:

The Tribe of Asher

The Israelite Tribe of ASHER

4. The Brit-Am Relevance of News Features to be Explained!!
Following the remarks of a professional editor of a leading magazine in Israel from now on our posted News Items in the Brit-Am News Features (Jerusalem News, Tribal Report, Brit-Am Historical Review, BAMBU, etc) will usually be accompanied by a note explaining the relevance of the item from a Brit-Am Point-of-View.

The first application of this new policy may be seen in:
Jerusalem News 928.

5. Steven Collins (Brit-Am Ally) Interviewed by TRUNEWS

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