November 11, 2003
1. Tribal banners
2. Question on Status of British Monarchs
3. Biblical Identity of Southern USA?
1. Tribal banners:
Symbols of the tribes on banners:
brought to our attention by
>2. Question on Status of British Monarchs
>A question I have concerning books: your book "The Tribes" is out of
>and I think it takes tribe by tribe and locates them today. Do you
>any other book that does that? I've read books on Benjamin-Iceland,
>Denmark/everywhere :P, Manasseh-USA, Ephraim & Judah/Britain, and
>Holland, but I'd like to know more about every individual tribe. One
>main reasons is that I'm going to be giving a class at my church on
>subject of the house of Israel and the Davidic covenant.
>One last question and I'll leave you alone. I'm not sure if Brit-Am
>that Jeremiah took one of Zedekiah's daughters to Ireland and married
>Zarah's line of kings, descending today to Queen Elizabeth. But if
>true, what do you feel are the implications? For example, should
>bow down before her, since she is ruling on the throne of David, and
>Thanks for your time.
a. Concerning the book "The Tribes" we hope to re-print it as soon as
we acquire the funds.
In the meantime some of the identities are explained on our web-sites.
Also in our Biblical Proof series we will be giving brief summaries based
on the names.
Also we have other publications that are worth reading.
b. Concerning Tea tepha and Jeremiah sailing to Ireland, we dealt with
this subject in our book "Ephraim" and also in our Biblical Commentary on Jeremiah.
The possible Davidic descent of Western Monarchs is discussed in our
Biblical Proofs no.36 :Ruled by Sons of David.
Americans should respect the British monarch but not much beyond that
and by law even the British are not required these days to do much more
Even so, All rulers should be respected since beyond their individual
personalities they embody and represent a power beyond themselves.
Monarchs of our peoples are even more important and there is something
sacred about them.
In my personal opinion I think the way the British Press and certain
members of the British
Public have treated members of the Royal Family borders on treason.
[Exodus 22:28] THOU SHALT NOT REVILE THE GODS, NOR CURSE THE RULER OF THY PEOPLE.
In Hebrew the word trasnlated here as "gods" is Elohim meaning in this context "judges"
and the word transalted as "ruler" is Nasi meaning more precisely "prince".
And the word translated as "curse" is "te-or" which can also connote
"diminish the honor of" A Prince is to be respected.
We want respect from our children and expect children to honor their parents
and people to obey the law and respect others.
So too, should we respect those who through birth or achievement have
obtained positions to which respect is due.
3. Biblical Identity of Southern USA?
At 08:27 10/11/2003 -0700, Sherrie wrote:
>First Yair, I want to say that your news is very exciting and will continue
>to grow with further developments. It has to feel good for you to be
>validated in such a spectacular way!
You said something regarding the Jewish Confederates. I can confirm
this in my own family. The state of Georgia was settled with a large
Jewish Community in the early 1700's. Jewish comminutes in Texas started in
the 1830's to escape the pogroms that were in Austria, Morovia, and
Russia.. This is one side of my rebel clan, the other is English. It seems
they all had a attitude. That brings me to the second half of my question. My
family seems to have a history of backing the wrong King. Several branches
of my family from England were stripped of their Titles and lands and they
came to the States. Almost all settled in the South. Does this mean that we
are Ephraim or Manasseh? It seems from the split of the 12 Tribes to the
>present we as a group have rebelled from the duly appointed leadership.
>Thank You, Sherrie
Answer: Keep in mind that we can be wrong sometimes but our present
understanding is that the southern USA belongs to the section of Gilead amongst Manasseh with
a large numerical input from Ephraim and segments from Judah.
Even in Biblical Times a section of Ephraim had moved to Gilead east of
the Jordan in what was formally the Territory of Manasseh.
[2-Samuel 18:6] SO THE PEOPLE WENT OUT INTO THE FIELD AGAINST ISRAEL:
AND THE BATTLE WAS IN THE WOOD OF EPHRAIM;
<<WOOD OF EPHRAIM>> In the region of Gilead. see Judges 7:3 Judges 12:4
Possibly both Gilead (from Manasseh) amongst Ephraim and Ephraim
amongst Gilead. Also "The Mountain of Ephraim" (Judges 7:24) was in the territory of
Manasseh west of the Jordan.