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Brit-Am Now no. 1479
The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel Movement
18 March 2010, 3 Nissan 5770
1. New Articles:
The Earliest West European Beliefs
in their Israelite Origins
Israelite Origin Traditions: Netherlands: Holland,
2. Possible New Insights to Israelite Migrations: The Huns in Scandinavia
3. Isaiah Chapter 1.


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1. New Articles:
The Earliest West European Beliefs in their Israelite Origins
The following series of articles brings together pieces of information many of you may be familiar with. Nevertheless it helps to see it all presented in an ordered context, country by country, place by place. We are aware that additional information exists apart from what we shall be presenting.
If any of you are aware of such sources please bring them to our attention. We shall be building this series bit by bit, adding to it from time to time.

Israelite Origin Traditions: Netherlands: Holland, Frisia
Proofs Concerning the Netherlands
Jews in the Netherlands
Traditions of Israelite Descent in the Netherlands: Frisia. Frisian-Legends Affirm Their Israelite Origins!

2. Possible New Insights to Israelite Migrations:
The Huns in Scandinavia
 we described the migrations of Israelite groups from Scythia in the East to Western Europe.
We emphasize the important role the Hunbs played in instigating and provoking these ethnic movements. We returned to this theme in more detail in our work the Khazars.

The articles quoted from below deal with the Huns and claim that they conquered Scandinavia and caused the Viking invasions of the west. These articles (along with the BRITARCH List accompanying them) are potentially important and of interest. We are somewhat doubtful concerning much of what is said but even if a portion of it is correct they are of value.

The Danish Vikings were Huns
Some ideas, Part 1
by Barbara West [based on the ideas of Prof. Lotte Hedeager also quoted from in our book "The Khazars.Tribe 13"
http://www.britam.org/Khazarbook.html ]
 The "Dark Foreigners" called "Aunites" (Hunites?) in the Annals of Ulster, who defeated and even cannibalized the "FairHaired Foreigners", represented Huns who had gained control of Denmark, Gotland and Sweden, and the "Fairhaired Foreigners" were Norwegians, probably Germanic peoples like the Alans, who escaped from Hunnic control by fleeing over the mountains to Norway, where the Huns couldn't fight or travel easily with their steppe-adapted horses and warfare methods. The Norwegians, perhaps descendants of the Alans, colonized Iceland, Ireland and the Faroese, culminating in the West Norse language, while the Huns and perhaps their conquered Gothic peoples gained control of Denmark, Gotland and Sweden, resulting in the East Norse language.

The Danish Vikings were Huns
Some Ideas, Part 2
by Barbara West (based on the ideas of Prof. Lotte Hedeager also quoted from in our book "The Khazars")
Also, the Varangian Guard which operated in Russia, and was also associated with Vikings (and with the River Var and Avar people in the Hungarian area), fits nicely into that area of flatlands directly east of Denmark. Some Vikings went West to get treasure and Danegeld from Britain, while some went East to Russia. Flatlands may be the key.
  The trouble with the Varangian Guard is that some illustrations show
them with very thick curly black beards, not at all Asiatic! So I don't
know what to think of that, except that some of their cheeks seem to be deliberately scarified like those of Huns.

3. Isaiah Chapter 1

 1 The vision of Isaiah the son of Amoz, which he saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah.
    2 Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth!
      For the LORD has spoken:

     I have nourished and brought up children,
      And they have rebelled against Me;
       3 The ox knows its owner
      And the donkey its master's crib;
      But Israel does not know,
      My people do not consider.
       4 Alas, sinful nation,
      A people laden with iniquity,
      A brood of evildoers,
      Children who are corrupters!
      They have forsaken the LORD,
      They have provoked to anger
      The Holy One of Israel,
      They have turned away backward.
       5 Why should you be stricken again?
      You will revolt more and more.
      The whole head is sick,
      And the whole heart faints.
       6 From the sole of the foot even to the head,
      There is no soundness in it,
      But wounds and bruises and putrefying sores;
      They have not been closed or bound up,
      Or soothed with ointment.
       7 Your country is desolate,
      Your cities are burned with fire;
      Strangers devour your land in your presence;
      And it is desolate, as overthrown by strangers.
       8 So the daughter of Zion is left as a booth in a vineyard,
      As a hut in a garden of cucumbers,
      As a besieged city.
       9 Unless the LORD of hosts
      Had left to us a very small remnant,
      We would have become like Sodom,
      We would have been made like Gomorrah.
       10 Hear the word of the LORD,
      You rulers of Sodom;
      Give ear to the law of our God,
      You people of Gomorrah:
       11  To what purpose is the multitude of your sacrifices to Me?
      Says the LORD.

    I have had enough of burnt offerings of rams
      And the fat of fed cattle.
      I do not delight in the blood of bulls,
      Or of lambs or goats.
       12  When you come to appear before Me,
      Who has required this from your hand,
      To trample My courts?
       13 Bring no more futile sacrifices;
      Incense is an abomination to Me.
      The New Moons, the Sabbaths, and the calling of assemblies.
      I cannot endure iniquity and the sacred meeting.
       14 Your New Moons and your appointed feasts
      My soul hates;
      They are a trouble to Me,
      I am weary of bearing them.
       15 When you spread out your hands,
      I will hide My eyes from you;
      Even though you make many prayers,
      I will not hear.
      Your hands are full of blood.
       16  Wash yourselves, make yourselves clean;
      Put away the evil of your doings from before My eyes.
      Cease to do evil,
       17 Learn to do good;
      Seek justice,
      Rebuke the oppressor;
[Preferably: # Restore the Oppressed #]
      Defend the fatherless,
      Plead for the widow.
       18 Come now, and let us reason together,
      Says the LORD,

      Though your sins are like scarlet,
      They shall be as white as snow;
      Though they are red like crimson,
      They shall be as wool.
       19 If you are willing and obedient,
      You shall eat the good of the land;
       20 But if you refuse and rebel,
      You shall be devoured by the sword;
      For the mouth of the LORD has spoken.
The Degenerate City

    21 How the faithful city has become a harlot!
      It was full of justice;
      Righteousness lodged in it,
      But now murderers.
       22 Your silver has become dross,
      Your wine mixed with water.
       23 Your princes are rebellious,
      And companions of thieves;
      Everyone loves bribes,
      And follows after rewards.
      They do not defend the fatherless,
      Nor does the cause of the widow come before them.
       24 Therefore the Lord says,
      The LORD of hosts, the Mighty One of Israel,

      ? Ah, I will rid Myself of My adversaries,
      And take vengeance on My enemies.
       25 I will turn My hand against you,
      And thoroughly purge away your dross,
      And take away all your alloy.
       26 I will restore your judges as at the first,
      And your counselors as at the beginning.
      Afterward you shall be called the city of righteousness, the faithful city.
       27 Zion shall be redeemed with justice,
      And her penitents with righteousness.
       28 The destruction of transgressors and of sinners shall be together,
      And those who forsake the LORD shall be consumed.
       29 For they shall be ashamed of the terebinth trees
      Which you have desired;
      And you shall be embarrassed because of the gardens
      Which you have chosen.
       30 For you shall be as a terebinth whose leaf fades,
      And as a garden that has no water.
       31 The strong shall be as tinder,
      And the work of it as a spark;
      Both will burn together,
      And no one shall quench them.

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