Scriptures, in Ancient and in Modern History
Yair Davidiy's Books and Why All Returnees Need to Read Them
Jacob told his twelve sons that "in the last days" they are to gather themselves together (Gen. 49:1-2). He gave them their identifying signs by which they would recognize themselves. Moses added to these characteristic attributes (Deut. 33). As the release of the Ten Tribes from their 2700 year-old prison houses is unfolding in our days, more and more information is proliferating about their identities. Each source has its own viewpoints and has something to contribute to the fund of ever-growing knowledge about these "Lost Ten Tribes" which are being awakened from nameless obscurity by the Almighty of Israel for He has promised in His Covenant with Israel to regather them (Deut. 30:1-4, Jer. 29:13-14, 30:3-4, 31:7-10, 33:24-26). Shaar Israel recommends Yair Davidiy's books on the Ten Tribes, for he has gathered the best of the ancient historians' chronicles and older research with the more modern research into the past and current tracks of the Ten Tribes of Israel. The chief unique feature of Yair Davidiy's research is that it is not influenced by the prison houses where the Ten Tribes have been for millennia. As with all research, especially those rooted in now-revealed Biblical keys, all information in Yair's books is constantly updated and made more complete and exact. Scandinavian Secrets by Swedish scientist and linguist Örjan Swennson, is a special adjunct original research into Scandinavian Runic writings which testify of Israelitish origins of Scandinavian peoples.
Shaar-Israel recommends that Yair' Davidy's books be read in series, from foundational basics, i.e. Origins, to more complex dissertations, e.g. The Tribes. To read Shaar-Israel's comments on each book, click on each image. Shaar-Israel does not sell these books. They can be ordered directly from:
http://www.britam.org or http://hebrewnations.com
All proceeds support Yair Davidiy's work who has a unique mission to research and make public the identifying information on the Ten Tribes in order that they may learn about their Israelite identities and that they may return to their Covenant-based heritages in the Hebrew Scriptures.
Click on each book to read Shaar-Israel's comments on it.
A Special Note to All Readers on Key Information to Unlock Biblical Prophecies about the Ten Tribes
The Book of Hosea is the only book in the Bible written to one audience to be understood by them at one particular time. The audience is the returning Ten Tribes at the "acharit hayamim" / "the end of days." No one was to understand these keys to their past wanderings, interim identities, offenses and what they must do in order to return to the Covenant till those prophesied "last days" when their sentence was up. This was part of their Divine judgment. This book is a prerequisite basic primer to all other Biblical prophecies about the Ten Tribes as well as to information in the above books. Readers are recommended to download and print out the 16-page commentary on the Book of Hosea by Yair Davidiy: http://britam.org/hosea.html
Shaar-Israel highly recommends that readers study the Book of Hosea with Yair Davidiy's commentary. Understanding comes from the Almighty and Shaar-Israel highly advises that one ask for "eyes to see with and ears to hear with" since that is the Divine accusation against all the Ten Tribes (Isa. 42:18-25). Desiring to be obedient to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob will enable and accelerate understanding since understanding by the Ten Tribes was lost due to abandoning the eternal Covenant for idolatry and disobedience to His Torah, (II Kings 17:14-15, 18:12, Isa. 42:7, 24).
Your purchases of Yair Davidy's works will help to publish an upcoming book-size commentary on the Book of Hosea as well as new updated editions and versions of previous books and expansion on the Internet and other media. If you are edified and educated by
http://www.BritAm.org and http://www.hebrewnations.com,
please make a contribution to the mission of educating of more returning members of the Ten Tribes (and those who join them) in returning (turning) to the Torah and its Covenant. "Who among you will give ear to this? Who will hearken and hear for the time to come? (Isa. 42:23).