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1. Tim Murray: "This is a priceless testimony" for Brit-Am!
Re: Brit-Am Now no. 1823
NZ Testimony: Saved by Brit-Am!
I hope you can take courage in the recently-posted letter (quoted
above) from New Zealand.
If your life work and efforts accomplished nothing more, you will
not have wasted your time. This is a priceless testimony.
May the God of Israel bless your work in similar ways to
2. Question on Irish Surnames and Hebrew Parallels.
Oliver Bardin wrote:
So do you think there may be some connection between the Coan/Cohan surname and Coen/Cohen? Or is that a coincidental similarity?
A lot of Irish names are similar to Hebrew ones.
The Irish names are usually given rational etymologies from the Irish Language.
The problem is that people tend to rationalize and adapt existing names according to their spoken tongue.
In other words we would negate the possibility of Coan/Cohan equating Coen/Cohen BUT more study of the subject never hurts.
Incidentally the Irish word Sept meaning clan or tribe reminds one of the Hebrew Shevet or Shebet since in Semitic dialects Sh and S interchange and so does B with P.
3. Herman Hoeh: Irish Ancestry in Mythology
Extracts from: Herman Hoeh, COMPENDIUM OF WORLD HISTORY, CHAPTER EIGHTEEN.
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).
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