"Brit-Am Now"-707
1. The Brit-Am Biblical Codes: New Articles (Wales, Belgium) and Improvements
2. Shortened List of Biblical Proofs (Re-Posting)
3. The Codes are controversial

1. The Brit-Am Biblical Codes: New Articles (Wales, Belgium) and Improvements
Note: In the articles below the one on WALES uses an improved color format
in the explanation that should make understanding easier for they who cannot yet read the
Hebrew lettering.

A new article on WALES and the Brit-Am Biblical Codes is
now available:

There is also a new short article on BELGIUM and the Brit-Am Biblical Codes:

Additional information of potential importance has been added to the article
on Ireland.

The link to the article about
FINLAND and the Brit-Am Biblical Codes is now working:

For a list of Brit-Am Articles on the Codes:

2. Shortened List of Biblical Proofs (Re-Posting)
The exiled Israelites were to become one of the most numerous groups of people on earth (Genesis 15:5 22:17 24:60 32:12 Numbers 23:10 Deuteronomy 1:11 Isaiah 10:22 24:16 26:15 Hosea 1:10);
to be the most powerful (Genesis 27:9 Numbers 24:7 Michah 5:7-9),
to be the richest,
to possess the most mineral and agricultural resources (Genesis 27:28 49:25 Deuteronomy 33:13-16 Hosea 2:8),
to live in the best places (Isaiah 41:8-9),
to be in islands (Isaiah 42:4 49:1-6 Jeremiah 31:9-10),
peninsulas (Jeremiah 31:8),
and at continental extremities such as North America, the British Isles, Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa (Deuteronomy 33:13 Isaiah 24:16 26:15 41:8-9 49:6),
to be sea-farers (Isaiah 42;6),
to gain control over strategic points regarding their potential adversaries (Genesis 22:16-17 24:60),
to be like a lion,
unicorn (Numbers 24:8-9),
and bald-headed eagle (Micah 1:16).
They were also to be largely unaware of their Israelite identity and to practice a non-Jewish religion (Hosea 2:8, 2:13, 2:16 11:12).
Judah at first would not know who they were (Isaiah 49;21).
Scripture gives numerous other identifying characteristics that taken as a whole can only fit one group of peoples.

3. The Codes are controversial
Peter  wrote:
Hi Yair,

With most things in life there is a line that says too far.
Where does truth start and finish?
With these codes I do not know.

The Bible should be read as it is. It is full of History, Prophecy, Stories of Good verse Evil.  The Hand of God over the Nations and people, to raise up or to correct.  etc.

We agree. The Codes are controversial. They have been misused. Also the way we use them on some points
is open to questioning.
Nevertheless, the basic principle of the Codes is an accepted one. I personally believe in them.
So do many Orthodox Jewish authorities.
In fact as far as I know no major authority has ever come out against them.
They substantiate Brit-Am beliefs and at least regarding some of our points they provide evidence
that cannot be disregarded.
We do not build on them. We never pushed them as major proofs.
Only recently have we renewed our earlier interest.
This was a field that was worth exploring.
Some of our findings and presentation on the subject needs improving.
There are also Israelite dominated nations that we have not yet found references to.
God willing we will get around to all this in the course of time.
For now, we hope to wind down somewhat our pre-occupation with this subject and return
to other aspects of Brit-Am that also require our intention.
God bless you
Yair Davidiy