"Brit-Am Now"-803
1. Brit-Am Biblical Prophecies in a Nutshell: Chomash
2. Use of  Rosette [Similar to Brit-Am Symbol] Explained
3. Afghanistan: Questions
4. Afghanistan: Brit-Am Subscriber on Front Page of Jerusalem Post
5. Irish Sources

1. Brit-Am Biblical Prophecies in a Nutshell: Chomash
Pentateuch (Chomash):
The First Five Books of the Bible Written by Moses

A great and mighty nation (18); a blessing to other nations (12,18,22,28); extremely numerous (15,22,28); Kings (17); Gates of his enemies (22,24); Abraham-Isaac-Jacob (Israel); Ephraim:  Aristocracy (41); Manasseh: Representative Representation (41) and Machir-America-Capitalism (50). Joseph receives right of firstborn: Ephraim and Manasseh (48).
Individual Tribes (49):
Joseph: John Bull.
Benjamin: Wolf (Daci, Normans).
Reuben:  French Characteristics.
Simeon: Semoni (Welsh)
Judah and Levi: Jews; Law.
Issachar:  Commission (Swiss)
Zebulon: Sabalingoi, Sea-Shore Dwelling (Holland)
Gad: Goths (Sweden) (49)
Dan:  Snake Trail of Dan-Names.
Naphtali: Naphtalite Huns, Norway

Hyksos (Milesians, Irish) (1); Splitting of Sea (14) (Anglo-Saxon symbol)

Mosaic Law (Scotland, Ireland)

Tribal Banners (2);  70 Tribal Clans (26);
Many Waters; Lion, Unicorn; Naval Power; Worldwide Dominance (23, 24)

Decimal Division of Society (1);
Tribal Blessings (33):
Joseph: Lion and Unicorn; Mineral and Agricultural Bounty (33)
Dan: Lion; Bashan (Bassilia-Scandinavia);
Asher: Oil (North Sea)(33)

2. Use of Rosette Explained
From: William Adelman
Subject: RE: "Brit-Am Now"-799
#5. Yair Davidi (the other one) is not me!

The Other Yair Davidy:

The small symbol on his website is used by Mirabilis/ICQ an instant
messaging service... It's the symbol they use... And he's using it as a link
back to his account.

Brit-Am Reply: So that explains the rosette we suggested might be a "take-off"
of the Brit-Am Rose symbol!
Do you think we can still ask for royalties?
What about the name?
Where did that come from?
Is it his real name or is he using it for its "stage appeal"?

3. Afghanistan: Question
This entry is incomplete but enough material
already exists to ansWer the basic questions posed below:

Are the Afghans and Pathans descended from the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel?
Are they descended from Esau? What do the sources really say?
Are they pro-Jewish or anti-Semitic? Do they have Jewish customs?

4. Afghanistan: Brit-Am Subscriber on Front Page of Jerusalem Post
Navras Jaat Aafreedi has been a subscriber to our list
and receiver of our literature for some time.
Navras believes that the Afghans belong to the Lost Tribes.
This is not what Brit-Am believes but we are open to
others researching the subject.

Navras himself is an Afghan citizen of India now in Israel
having received a scholarship to conduct  research.
 A story about Navras was published today as detailed below.

From: Navras
Subject: J-Post story on my research

You'll find a story on my research on this webpage of Jerusalem Post, 15 November 2006:

The story has appeared on the frontpage of Jerusalem post.

Best wishes,

5. Irish Sources
Rochelle Altman
Like the Maltese, the Irish have a tradition
that they were founded by Phoenicians.
Maltese claims the Phoenician name was
"Malat."  Look at the Latin name for
Ireland... doesn't it look like the standard
Roman way of Latinizing Phoenician place
names? --.I Ivern > Iverna > Hibernia.
I guess the closest translation would be
the island across the way. Of course I
could be off the wall... but there just
may be something to that Irish tradition
after all.
<<One of the most naive products of that time is The Chronicles of Eri, being the History of the Gaal Sciot Iber, or the Irish People, translated from the original manuscripts in the Phoenician dialect of the Scythian language by O'Connor, London, 1822, 2 volumes. The Phoenician dialect of the Scythian language is naturally Celtic Irish, and the original manuscript is a verse chronicle chosen at will. The publisher is Arthur O'Connor, exile of 1798, uncle of Feargus O'Connor who was later leader of the English Chartists, an ostensible descendant of the ancient O'Connors, Kings of Connaught, and, after a fashion, the Irish Pretender to the throne. His portrait appears in front of the title, a man with a handsome, jovial Irish face, strikingly resembling his nephew Feargus, grasping a crown with his right hand. Underneath is the caption: O'Connor cear-rige, head of his race, and O'Connor, chief of the prostrate people of his nation: Soumis, pas vaincus (subdued, not conquered).

<<Arthur O'Connor was one of the few leaders of the United Irishmen society, which prepared the 1798 uprising, who managed to escape execution. After his release from gaol in 1803 O'Connor was banished to France, where he stayed to the end of his days.

Brit-Am Note:  "The Chronicles of Eri" indeed look at first like an invention.
Closer examination however shows that there is much in them that corresponds
with archaeological findings and Brit-Am researches based on other sources.
O'Connor either used sources that were legitimate but are now unknown to us
or he was somehow inspired??
This had been discussed in our work, "Lost Israelite Identity. The Hebrew Origin
of Celtic Races".