Its been a while since I have written, and I apologize for that. I wanted to thank you on behalf of my family for letting us come see you in November. You were very gracious to let us come to you house. My father who turns 72 this July is now on fire for your books and as much information about the 10 tribes. For 5 years I've been talking to him about our Hebraic roots and he would nod, smile and then change the subject. All of that changed when we spent two weeks in Israel, and especially after he met with you.
This got me thinking about setting up a seminar in the United States, in particular Florida. I've recently been communicating with Cam Rea and he is all for the idea. I also took the liberty to speak to your son, and I apologize ahead of time for not mentioning this to you earlier.
However, here is the framework of Cam's and my idea. we set up a ... seminar in a location that can hold 150 + people. Either in the greater Miami area or in Orlando...
The topics and times we could work out later, but I know this could work out and give great exposure. You know how people are, seeing is believing. It took my Mom and Dad coming to Israel and meeting you before that barrier came down. If this is successful, we could use this model in other sites in the US and maybe in Europe.
Hope I haven't taken to much liberty but I always wondered how did Victorian England get the idea into the mainstream? This maybe a way, and then portions of the seminar can be placed on youtube, and even in the newspaper here in the US. That is my idea in a nutshell and look forward to hearing your opinion.
##The word "Khazar" is a Turkish word derived from the root of kaz with the meaning of gez (wander). The term of khazar means gezer (wanderer) and it coincides with the meaning of a nomad who freely wanders around without any connection to one place in the Anatolian Turkish. Probably, this word must have taken its final shape through an etymological transformation in the forms of gezer, gazar, kazar and hazar. The word of Khazar is used as el-Hazar in Arabian language, Huzari, Kozar in Hebrew language, Gazari, Chazari in Latin language, Hazari in Georgian language, Huszar in Hungarian language and Ko-sa, ka-sat in Chinese language.##
A native of Scotland. Nennius uses both Scyth and Scotti indifferently. Strabo considers Scyth and Nomades synonymous terms. The original word in Ossian is Scuta, which literally signifies 'restless wanderer,' hence the propriety of the name Scuite or Scot.Scotland
Source: An Etymological Dictionary of Family and Christian Names With an Essay on their Derivation and Import; Arthur, William, M.A.; New York, NY: Sheldon, Blake, Bleeker & CO., 1857.
The name "Scot" comes from an old Celtic word meaning wanderer or vagrant.Scottish Myths