I Thessalonians 5:20, 21

Do not despise expounding of scripture, but scrutinize all things. Hold fast that which is right.

Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

- I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery.


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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Were the Japanese Descendants of One of the Lost Tribes of Israel?

I just discovered some of the videos listed below "No longer exist." I'll be working on replacing them soon. I did discover this link, Israelites Come to Japan, providing more detail about the influence of the Israelites on Japanese culture.

There exists much evidence that one or more of the supposedly Lost Tribes of Israel, were involved in the origins of the Japanese people. See The Biblical Hebrew Origins of the Japanese People by Joseph Eidelberg and watch the above video.

However, keep in mind, that the state that we know as Israel, was misnamed by its founders as Israel. It should have been named Judah, as those who have claimed title and a right to this land, the so-called Jews, were not from the Tribes or Kingdom of Israel.  In short, Israel should not be named Israel, but Judah or Judea.

Further, it is misleading for this video to be named, 1/3 Japanese are Jewish. It would be more accurate to ask "Are some of the Japanese descendants from one of the alleged lost tribes of Israel?" None of the  Israelites were Jewish, much like not all Americans are Texans. The misnomer - Jews - was used to refer to those people who came from an area of Palestine known as Judea, not to all Israelites. Just like we have nicknames for people today who come from certain areas, say for example, Texas, is a part of the Untied States and not all Americans are Texans but all Texans are Americans. No Israelites were Jews.

For those interested in further study of this topic, highly recommended is Steven M. Collins books related to the "lost tribes of Israel" and can be found at Steven M. Collins Mr. Collins also has an article wherein which he discusses the link between the tribes of Israel and Japan Japan's Role in Biblical Prophecy. Although I report here on the writings of Mr. Collins, I do not necessarily agree with all of Mr. Collin's views. But, I have found his books and writings interesting reading and thought provoking.


Friday, June 26, 2009

Charles Lindbergh 1941 - Same Tactics in 2009



Lindbergh tells us the steps the FDR Administration used to drag the United States into World War II. America's leaders use the same tactics to get the American people into unnecessary wars over and over. Pearl Harbor happened three months after this speech, an alleged "sneak attack." Today, we are again being led into war, with Iran.

If only we would learn from history.


Saturday, June 20, 2009

Father's Day and Parent Alienation

Father’s Day

For the last 12 years, every year around this time, Father’s Day, my thoughts almost automatically are directed to all those non-custodial dads who have no access to their children. These are the dads who want to be with their children but have been prevented access due to the actions of the children’s mother and the acquiescence – if not down right encouragement – of the legal system.

Most divorces involving children are initiated by the mothers, often for no other reason than “irreconcilable differences.” There is an economic incentive for mothers to initiate divorce, the reason being, along with the house, the car, and, in roughly 85% of the time, the children, will be given to the mother. The father will then be required to pay what is euphemistically referred to as “child support” to the mother, even though the father often requests that the children be in his care at least 50% of the time, negating the need for either parent to pay the other “child support.” Often times the amount of child support required of the non-custodial dad is far in excess of the actual needs required for raising a child and is paid to a mother who broke the life long marriage contract that courts are supposed to enforce, not encourage, their abandonment. The marriage contract is the only legally binding agreement between two parties that the legal system allows to be broken for no cause, or in legal terms, "no-fault,' [which, de facto, is often "his-fault,"] and destroy the party who is willing to keep his part of the contract terms, and then reward the party, in the vast majority of the cases, the mother, for breaking the contract.

Putting all of the economic factors aside, the biggest crime being committed against non-custodial dads, by far, is the State not giving dads equal access to their children post divorce. Even if given “joint legal custody” the mother is, as mentioned above, granted, by the court, physical custody in 85% of the cases. The mother then often does what she can to exclude the father from the children’s lives – with the courts doing little if any thing about her actions.

If the dad fails to pay child support for what ever reasons, either because he can’t or refuses to pay for the destruction of his family, the court will often, to circumvent the laws against debtor’s prison, declare the dad in contempt of court and jail him until the money is forthcoming. The dad’s professional license can be suspended, as also his driver’s license can be, preventing a dad from earning a living. I know, as this method of extortion was used on me, twice. This was done all the while I was denied access to my two young children, by the mother, while the courts and the law enforcement agencies did nothing to her for her actions, which were in direct violation of court orders. There wasn’t even the threat of any action ever being taken to prevent her destructive behavior.

When Father’s Day rolls around every year, I can’t help but think of how many fathers there are that are the victims of what many professionals refuse to admit is a problem, parent alienation. Parent alienation is a “group of behaviors damaging to children’s mental and emotional well-being, and can interfere with a relationship of a child with either parent. These behaviors most often accompany high conflict marriages, separation or divorce.”

Parent Alienation Awareness Organization


Let’s call parent alienation by its real name – child abuse. Emotional and mental child abuse. How many hundreds of thousands of dads that would love to hear from their children, but don’t, on Father’s Day? How many children, because the mother, in a myriad of subtle and insidious ways, or even outright overt means, has turned the children against their father? With 50% of all marriages ending in divorce, and when children are involved, most of those divorces initiated by the mother, and in 85% of those cases the mother is awarded custody, my guess is the number must be in the hundreds of thousands, if not millions.

Meanwhile, the courts ignore the obvious fact that this is indeed alienation and it is caused by one parent and used as a tool against the other parent with the children being used as the means. Although the legal system will hound a dad for “child support” for the rest of his days, often ruining his life in the process, this same legal system will do absolutely nothing when it comes to the crimes of the mother.

It was the communist Lenin who is quoted as saying, “Destroy the family, destroy the nation.” The family legal systems in Western nations are doing what they can to separate fathers and their children, not allowing joint custody when the father demands it and is entitled to it, even though such an arrangement is clearly in the “best interest of the children." Then, if that weren't bad enough, destroying the father economically through onerous child support payments; and finally, to pour salt on the wound, not even enforcing the visitation orders when the mother undermines the father’s attempts at being with his children. All of this malfeasance is destroying one of the foundations of a nation – the family unit. With a weak family unit, the State can then impose its vine-like always creeping all encompassing tyranny much more easily upon a nation, which is what we are witnessing today in all Western nations, the UK, Canada and the US leading the way.

On Father’s Day my heart goes out to those fathers whom are victims of parent alienation, to the millions of children whose mother has turned their hearts against their dad.


We Do Have Power Over Our Abusive Masters




Saturday, June 06, 2009

Honor Thy Father


There are two methods of learning – by revelation or by experience. The best is the latter, but is the more difficult. Those things we experience ourselves are not soon forgotten. Many things are only learned through experience, but revelation – learning through the experience of others, is easier. Much easier. And the wiser route.

The trip to some new destination is less likely to meet with an unpleasant experience if advice from someone who has gone before is sought and heeded. It is preferable to head into the journey equipped with as much foreknowledge of what lies ahead as possible, rather than venturing blindly into the unknown.

That is where fathers come in.

Most fathers have at least two decades of experience on their children, experience in living. Fathers have gone before in the same journey their children are taking, the journey of life. Young men often think their strength is all that is needed for the journey, that they can muscle their way through. But wisdom and muscle, what a combination.

“The glory of young men is their strength: and the beauty of old men is the grey head.” Proverbs 20:29.

Blessed is that young son or daughter who sees the beauty in that grey head. There is experience in that grey hair. Lessons learned from mistakes. After all, mistakes are the best teachers. Lessons learned from mistakes are not easily forgotten. A maxim I held close to my heart most of my life was, “If you’re going to make a mistake, make a big one.” We learn more from our big mistakes then we do from little ones. Little errors here and then can accumulate and we don’t take much notice, because the effects of those missteps are often minor and, over time, easily ignored. But those big mistakes, they can often hit you like a two-by-four upside the head. And are not easily ignored or forgotten.

Unfortunately, I didn’t have a father with whom I could take counsel with. I had to learn much of what I know through experience. Fortunately, while in my early twenties, I came to accept the Bible as the Word of God. It was through the revelations found in the Scripture, that I was able to gain knowledge that I did not need to attain through the hard road of experience.

“The wise man will hear and increase learning and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels, to understand a proverb and the interpretation, the words of the wise and their dark sayings.” Proverbs 1:5,6

I’ve made it a habit to read a chapter from Proverbs a day most of my adult life. From these proverbs wisdom was gained that I did not have to acquire through the gauntlet of experience. From these proverbs I went on to build a successful business and raise a family.

Father’s Day is time for sons and daughters to recognize the reservoir of wisdom found in their fathers, the man with a hoary head. Grey is the color of experience. White is the color of wisdom.

God, through Paul, tells us to “honor thy father…” In fact, honoring our fathers is so important, it is one of the Ten Commandments, the one commandment with a promise, that of long life. Want a guaranteed long life? Honor your father. Sadly, this commandment, along with the other nine, is so neglected today, to the determent of the family and society as a whole.

How can honor be given to a father? Seek out his advice. Ask him what his experiences were in the particular problems you may now be facing in your life. The probability is that he has gone that way before you and can guide you on your way – avoiding the same mishaps that befell him.

The day will come when your father will no longer be around. Your opportunity to seek his wisdom and guidance will be lost to you forever. Neglecting to honor your father by seeking his advice may just turn out to be one of those two-by-fours that hit you upside your head - one of those big mistakes you'll regret later.

Learn from revelation.

"A wise man will listen, and increase learning."

Be wise, honor thy father.


Thursday, June 04, 2009

Secret Facts - Soviets and Jews