1. New Article.
Unicorns Did Exist!!
by Yair Davidiy (on behalf of Brit-Am).
[Article contains useful new information and interesting illustrations.]
The Unicorn in the Bible.
How Many Horns Did the Unicorn [Raem] Really Have?.
The Classical Rabbinical Opinion.
The Ancient World.
The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser.
The Unicorn in the Prophecy of Bilaam.
The Unicorn Represents Joseph.
The Unicorn: Intermediate Conclusion.
The term 'raem' in Colloquial Hebrew eventually could be applied to different
types of horned animal. In the Bible however it appears to be the name of one
... This creature though similar to the auroch and quite hefty in its own right
may have been a little thinner.
The Sakea in the Assyrian Depiction and the one-horned creatues from
Grundestropp, Denmark, look similar despite the centuries of time and great
geographical distance between the two. The Grundestropp beasts look a little
more like horses than the Assyrian ones but not overduly so.
We suggest that the Sakea and the Gundestropp animals were of the same type,
that they were a kind of wild buffalo (possibly related to the auroch) but with
one horn, and a leaner body build with some remote similarity to that of a deer
It is worth remembering that the unicorn symbol came to Britain from Scotland
which is still represented by two unicorns.
We found a predominance of Manasseh entities that in the past were to be found
in Scotland. More than 80% of the founding settlers of the USA came from
Scotland and related areas in the North and West of Britain.
We have seen that the Ream was associated with Joseph and according to the
Midrash it was a symbol of Manasseh. The Ream was identified with the unicorn
from the earliest times and by the highest authorities. The unicorn was
representative of both Scotland and Great Britain and as such is a proof of ours
confirming the Israelite ancestry of many peoples of British origin.
3. Question from Rabbinical Scholar. [Paraphrased from Oral Communication]
I read some of your articles. From what I could see your use of Torah sources is
You say that the Ten Tribes are in the west. Some peoples of Western Europe are
now anti-Jewish and against the State of Israel.
How does that fit in with what you say?
We do not say that all of the people in those areas are descendants of Israel
but rather that is where the Ten Tribes are to be mainly found.
Other elements may also be found amongst them.
In addition to that, the Bible indicates that some degree of tension will exist
between Ephraim and Judah until the End Times cf.
13 Also the envy of Ephraim shall depart,
And the adversaries of Judah shall be cut off;
Ephraim shall not envy Judah,
And Judah shall not harass Ephraim.
Furthermore those nations and individuals that are relatively speaking friendly
to the Jews are amongst those countries.
Also if we were to consider some kind of Zionist outreach to other peoples it
would be mainly to those nations since they are traditionally more amenable and
All truth passes through three
stages: First it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860).