"Brit-Am Now"-736
1. Deleted
2. New Findings Concerning the Exodus?
3. "Secret Jews" amongst Mexicans in Texas?
4. Question and Sources about the Shield of David
5. "Origin" in French


2. New Findings Concerning the Exodus?
From: Bill Rasmussen

Shalom Yair: I found this piece on the Jerusalem Post to be quite interesting.  There is a mention of some of the Hebrews [Danites?] going north to an island near Greece while the rest of the Israelites continued with their exodus out of Egypt.  This article gives proof to an actual exodus much to the chagrin of the naysayers who deny that the Bible is true.  Shalom, Bill

'Decoding' the Bible

A screening at tonight's Jerusalem Film Fest purports to offer long-missing evidence of the biblical Exodus.

Click here to view the entire article:

3. "Secret Jews" amongst Mexicans in Texas?
Texas Mexican Secret Spanish Jews Today, by Anne deSola Cardoza

4. Question and Sources about the Shield of David
Dear Yair,

I read on your website that Professor James R. Harris, mentions in his book
THE NAME OF GOD p. 205 a Star of David with YAH written in Hebrew in it from
the time of the Judges that was found at Gibeon.

I also read on that
"The Shield of David represents Yah as the protector of the Twelve Tribes
(represented by the twelve points of the star). In addition to the "Shield
of David" inscription shown above, we have an enlarged photo of a geoglyph
Shield of David on top of one of the Har Karkom platforms".

I understand that these Magen Davids are the oldest Jewish Magen Davids
known today. I checked the internet and almost nobody mentions these finding
and their importance. why?
Do you have any more info about this?


Your blog site
contains some interesting information concerning the
Magen David.
You quoted from our article concerning the Magen David
#6. More on the Magen David
James Trimm is quoted in this article as referring to:
"THE NAME OF GOD by James R. Harris p. 205. It dates to the time of the Judges
and was found at Gibeon. It is a Mogen David with YAH written in
Hebrew in it."
We have not seen this work.
Our support for the Magen David as a symbol is based more on other factors, i.e.
It could be seen as a valid short-hand Ancient Hebrew ("Canaanite-Phoenician") letter
of writing the name David. It has become associated with the Jews almost against their will.
There also exists a principle that even something whose origins were pagan is
acceptable if the pagans no longer attribute it pagan significance, e.g. if a tree which was once part of
a pagan grove and the pagans who worshipped it no longer exist
or have changed their religion the tree is no longer considered
as attached to idol worship and does not have to be cut down.

You quote from a site
describing the Names of God as found in ancient inscriptions.
I could not find the author of this site nor discern what (if any) group may be behind it.
ALL the information looks reliable though the Karkom Shield of David (near the bottom
of the page) looks too explicit and a little too good to be true.
Nevertheless chances are that it too is genuine.
As for not being able to find it on the web
this does not say much.
We sometimes find information that seems to be common knowledge
and that we consider to be of great importance assumedly for all concerned
to be very difficult to track down not only on the web but even in
University libraries.
I like academics and even fancy myself sometimes as "almost" one of them
but sometimes their presentation to the public of very vital sources
can be most disappointing.

5. "Origin" in French
The first five chapters of "Origin" in French
may be seen at:
Prepared by
Claude Boisseau <>