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Brit-Am Now no. 1440
The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel Movement
5 January 2010, 19 Tevet 5770
1. Interesting Article on
Adiabene and Brit-Am Remark
2. Icelandic Translation of the Bible and the Coat of Joseph
3. Who Are the Frisians?
4. New Article. Tartan in Ancient Times
5. Proverbs 22 (New King James Version)


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1. Interesting Article on Adiabene and Brit-Am Remark

Re (br) Brit-Am Remark:
The Jewish Kingdom of Adiabene in northern Mesopotamia in the region now associated with Kurdistan and Armenia.
We have written extensively on this in our book
"The Khazars. Tribe 13"
The extract mentions that Izates (son of Monobaziis and brother to the future King Monbaz) was saved from an attack by the King of Parthia due to an invasion of the Parthian Empire by the Dahae and Sacae referred to here as "Sacse" and from whom came the Anglo-Saxons.

A point that interests us (and which nobody seems to write about) is that the ruling House of Adiabene as well as part of the population was in fact descended from Sacae invaders of Parthia who had been re-settled there as part of peace settlement.
This point was mentioned by Richard N. Frye ("The Heritage of Persia", USA, 1963) who is reliable but on this matter (as far as I remember) did not give sources.

Adiabene in the Talmud is called Hadayb. It is identified with Habor (Yebamot 17) which is one of the places to which the Ten Tribes were exiled (2-Kings ch.17).

2. Icelandic Translation of the Bible and the Coat of Joseph
From: Ingileif

The whole Bible was first printed in Iceland 1584.
The New Testament is translated in 1539-1540.
But when it was decided to give it whole in 1576 then they used older translations to save time and in the prefix it stands that it is printed in ,,norr nu".

It is a bit hard to read because it has the gothic alphabet.
But Didrik collect bibels and fortunately we have one at home.
And tonight I read it according to the topic discussed.

There it stands about the long coat of Joseph that it was ,,mislit" that is a word that means with more colours but not stripes.
In this translation they used the same describing of the diamond woven garnments of the highest priest.



3. Who Are the Frisians?
Michael Williams <michaelwilliams@fastmail.net> wrote:
Re: Who are the Frisians?

Are the Frisians descended from the lost Tribes of Israel?
They are considered their own ethnic group.
Does Brit-am have any evidence of who they are?
  Michael Williams

Brit-Am Reply:
The Frisians dwell in the North Netherlands.
In our book "The Tribes. The Israelite Origins of Western People"
we tentatively trace the Frisians to Peresh (pronounceable as "Feres") from Manasseh (1-Chronicles 7:16).
along with the possibility of elements from Judah and Zebulon and others.
The Netherlands in general we relate to Zebulon.
There may also be a link to Gad.
Manasseh however is the main body according to our indications.
THis is confirmed in the Bible Codes.
Frisian legends (as quoted in The Tribes) record their Israelite origins along with those of the Angles and Anglo-Saxons.

4. New Article.
Tartan in Ancient Times
Tartan in Ancient Times
Israelite Migratory Paths
Tartan in East Asia and in Europe
Dating the Findings
Sardinia, Israel, and Ancient Scotland

Article is well-illustrated

5. Proverbs 22 (New King James Version)

 1 A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches,
      Loving favor rather than silver and gold.
       2 The rich and the poor have this in common,
      The LORD is the maker of them all.
       3 A prudent man foresees evil and hides himself,
      But the simple pass on and are punished.
       4 By humility and the fear of the LORD
      Are riches and honor and life.
       5 Thorns and snares are in the way of the perverse;
      He who guards his soul will be far from them.
       6 Train up a child in the way he should go,
      And when he is old he will not depart from it.
       7 The rich rules over the poor,
      And the borrower is servant to the lender.
       8 He who sows iniquity will reap sorrow,
      And the rod of his anger will fail.
       9 He who has a generous eye will be blessed,
      For he gives of his bread to the poor.
       10 Cast out the scoffer, and contention will leave;
      Yes, strife and reproach will cease.
       11 He who loves purity of heart
      And has grace on his lips,
      The king will be his friend.
       12 The eyes of the LORD preserve knowledge,
      But He overthrows the words of the faithless.
       13 The lazy man says, ?There is a lion outside!
      I shall be slain in the streets!?
       14 The mouth of an immoral woman is a deep pit;
      He who is abhorred by the LORD will fall there.
       15 Foolishness is bound up in the heart of a child;
      The rod of correction will drive it far from him.
       16 He who oppresses the poor to increase his riches,
      And he who gives to the rich, will surely come to poverty.
    17 Incline your ear and hear the words of the wise,
      And apply your heart to my knowledge;
       18 For it is a pleasant thing if you keep them within you;
      Let them all be fixed upon your lips,
       19 So that your trust may be in the LORD;
      I have instructed you today, even you.
       20 Have I not written to you excellent things
      Of counsels and knowledge,
       21 That I may make you know the certainty of the words of truth,
      That you may answer words of truth
      To those who send to you?
       22 Do not rob the poor because he is poor,
      Nor oppress the afflicted at the gate;
       23 For the LORD will plead their cause,
      And plunder the soul of those who plunder them.
       24 Make no friendship with an angry man,
      And with a furious man do not go,
       25 Lest you learn his ways
      And set a snare for your soul.
       26 Do not be one of those who shakes hands in a pledge,
      One of those who is surety for debts;
       27 If you have nothing with which to pay,
      Why should he take away your bed from under you?
       28 Do not remove the ancient landmark
      Which your fathers have set.
       29 Do you see a man who excels in his work?
      He will stand before kings;
      He will not stand before unknown men.


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