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April 19, 2004
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3. Question on Kabbalistic Sources.
4. Nachmanides: The Lost Ten tribes will Return
5. John Stembridge: Quotes about the Jews

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3. Question on Kabbalistic Sources.
>Dear Mr Davidiy,
>I am studying your material again, after receiving your books a few years
>ago. Could you please let me know what the Zohar and other kabbalistic
>works are saying about the lost ten tribes?
Best regards,


See  chapter 4 in Ephraim
or look up our commentary to Isaiah 49 on the web.
In general I am not familiar with the works in question.
We quoted the Zohar as saying that a red and white rose identical to (or
almost identical)
to the Tudor Rose symbol of Britain is a symbol of Israel.
Also the Zohar confirms  our understanding that  Isaiah chapters 11 and 49
are referring to the Lost Ten Tribes.
Our understanding that the Messiah son of Joseph represents the Lost Ten Tribes
(as well as a future individual) and other comprehensions of ours is also
in accordance with the
said literature AS WELL AS WITH THE BIBLE.
Our approach in general is to understand what the Bible says on a literal basis
and after that to con firm or expand our understanding from later
traditions that in themselves
were also derived from the Bible.

4. Nachmanides: The Lost Ten tribes will Return
Nachmanides (Moshe ben Nachman. 1194-1270) and MANYof the OTHER
famous early Jewish commentators wrote that the Lost Ten Tribes are still
"lost" but will return.
We have translated extracts from Nachmanides essay on the subject in his
'Bok of Redemption".
A shortened version may be seen at:

A longer version at:

Extracts from Nachmanides:

In Ezekiel [chapter thirty-seven] it speaks of future re-union:
[Ezek 37:16] Moreover, thou son of man, take thee one stick, and write upon
it, For Judah, and for the children of Israel his companions: then take
another stick, and write upon it, For Joseph, the stick of Ephraim and for
all the house of Israel his companions:
Here it speaks of a future Redemption for both Judah and Israel. Where it
says, "For Judah, and for the children of Israel his companions" by "the
children of Israel his companions" it means Benjamin who was attached to
Judah. Similarly it says, "For Joseph, the stick of Ephraim and for all the
house of Israel his companions." The section is quite plain. The two
kingdoms will unite into one kingdom under the House of David. The
Israelites went into Exile and ever since then Ephraim and all [the ten
tribes of northern] Israel have never been in the Land of Israel.
Concerning the future it says, "And the heathen shall know that I the LORD
do sanctify Israel, when my sanctuary shall be in the midst of them for

Behold I will recall a matter that is expressly mentioned many times in
Scripture. It is known that with the Return of the Exiles under Ezra only
the Tribes of Judah and Benjamin returned.
             We have explained this section in accordance with the opinion
of our sages of blessed memory. These said that in the time of the Second
Temple a few refugees from the other tribes also came up. They did not come
from all of the other tribes but only from Ephraim and Menasseh. [Another
authority however, Tosefot in Arakin 32;a, says that, "from each and every
tribe a few returned"]. These few were not enough to be termed a tribe in
their own right or even part of a tribe. Due to their minority position
they were included amongst the two tribes of Judah and Benjamin and dwelt
in their cities. This Second Redemption was not meant for the other tribes.
It is obvious from Scripture that this term, i.e. House of Joseph, applies
to the Kingdom of Israel who are the Ten Tribes. They [who say otherwise]
should be ashamed not to recognize this fact! The above verse proves it!
When was the House of Joseph like a flame devouring the stubble of Esau?
Not in Biblical times! The Ten Tribes had already been exiled and they are
still in Exile, in the area of the Canaanites, even unto Zarephath: "And
this first exile of the children of Israel who are [now] from Canaan unto
Zarephath" [Obadiah 1:20]. [Rashi, Iben Ezra, Radak and others say that
Zarephath means France, Abarbanel says it means France and Britain]. These
places are at the extremes of the north. . the Ten Tribes who were exiled
in the First Exile. These have not returned as has been claimed.
When did they [the Ten Tribes] come back and when were these enormous
exiled groups ingathered to inherit the cities of Ephraim and Samaria? When
did saviours go up on Mount Zion to judge the mount of Esau? In the time of
Ezra only a few returned. The general principle concerning these and all
similar verses concerning the Redemption of Israel and the fall of Edom and
the like is that it is all for the future.

5. John Stembridge: Quotes about the Jews
From: Johnstembridge1@aol.com

"Some people like the Jews, and some do not.
But no thoughtful man can deny the fact that they are, beyond any question,
the most formidable and the most remarkable race which has appeared in the
world. "

Winston Churchill:  Quoted by Geoffry  Wheatcroft in "The Controversy of
Zion", Sinclair-Stevensohn, London, 1996, X1.

"One of the gifts of the Jewish culture to Christianity is that it has
taught Christians to think like Jews, and any modern man who has not
learned man to think as though he were a Jew can hardly be said to have
learned to think at all."

William Rees-Mogg:  "The Times", quoted by Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks,
"Radical then, radical now", Harpercollins, London, 2000, p 4.

"As long as the world lasts, all who want to make progress in righteousness
will come to Israel for inspiration as to the people who had the sense for
righteousness most glowing and strongest."

Matthew Arnold:   "Literature and Dogma", Smith, Elder, London, 1876, p 58

"The study of history of Europe during the past centuries teaches us one
uniform lesson: That the nations which received and in any way dealt fairly
and mercifully with the Jew have prospered; and that the nations that have
tortured and oppressed him have written out their own curse"

Olive Schreiner:  Olive Schreiner, South African novelist, quoted by Chief
Rabbi J.H. Hertz, p, 177,180, Ibid, p. 180.

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