Movement of the Lost Ten Tribes
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Brit-Am Now no. 1473
The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel Movement
8 March 2010, 22 Adar 5770
1. Should I Allow a Search by an Airport Body Scanner?
2. Conversation about Brit-Am Historical Researches with a Jewish Historian
3. Articles about a Canaanite and Assyrian presence in West Africa
1. Should I Allow a Search by an Airport
A supporter of ours due to their work in aviation under new regulations may be
expected to undergo frequent body scans that purportedly reveal the outline of a
We were asked if this is permitted.
Below is our answer. We have changed a few details.
We are repeating our answer here since many others of those who support us may
encounter a similar situation.
We are not claiming to be Rabbis or Religious Authorities.
In the present case we happened to have received information about this very
question shortly before it was asked.
If anyone is still in doubt after reading what we have written it is recommended
they contact (on their own, not through us) an authority they can rely on.
As far as I understood there is no problem.
The person in attendance at the viewing machine is fulfilling their professional
responsibility. It is assumed that they will be concerned with what has to be
rather than with other matters. This is analogous to a doctor (e.g.
gynecologist) who examines physical anatomy: It is presumed the doctor will be
concerned solely with medical professional responsibilities.
In addition the examination is being done for reasons of security i.e. to save
lives. It does not matter whether or not you think it is necessary or whether or
not it really helps. It is sufficient that the authorities are doing it because
they think it is necessary.
There is no problem with complying to this requirement.
[ There are still yet other reasons in addition to those we have mentioned as to
why the said examination is permitted.]
HaShem be with you
2. Conversation about Brit-Am Historical
Researches with a Jewish Historian
A neighbor and personal friend of mine in Jerusalem is about to publish a
research work about a group of Jewish settlers from Europe who came settle in
the area of "Palestine" when it was under Turkish rule in the 1880s.
We got to talking about Brit-Am historical researches.
It could be that the most significant Brit-Am contributions from the point of
view of historical research are:
(1) The Exile of a portion of the Northern Israelites by sea to Spain and the
West and their movement to Gaul, Britain, and Ireland.
(2) The belief amongst Jews (and also pagans) that the Lost Ten Tribes were in
the "Blessed Isles" meaning Britian and Ireland.
In addition to the above the Brit-Am scenario regarding the movement of
Israelite Groups from "Scythia" to the west appears to be now
close to what is becoming conventionally accepted amongst historical researchers
in Europe. New archaeological finds are daily confirming our account.
3. Articles about a Canaanite and
Assyrian presence in West Africa
2009 "An Assyrian successor state in West Africa : the ancestral kings of Kebbi
as ancient Near Eastern rulers ", Anthropos, 104, 2 (2009), 359-382.
- "The early magistrates and kings of Kanem as Assyrian state builders ",
Anthropos, 104, 1 (2009), 3-24.
2004 "The cult-dramatic interpretation of the pilgrimage of Mecca", in: D.
Lange, Ancient Kingdoms, 261-4.
- "Spread of the Canaanite state to West Africa", in: D. Lange, Ancient
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