Royal Arms of Britain
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HERALDRY OF ISRAEL
The coat of arms of a family will tell you who that family is. Heraldry is called the "Handmaid of History" for that reason. The purpose of emblems and symbols to identify people is as ancient as history itself. The right to use emblems was guarded and only if you could prove your lineage did you have the right to a family coat-of-armour. The emblem of one family or tribe is rarely adopted by another and because of this courts of law have recognize the importance of emblems in tracing heirs and identifying families. This is especially useful if people and families change their names over the centuries, or change their location, language...or even lose knowledge of their origins.
That's why Heraldry is unique in tracing our ancestors...the Tribes of Israel. Do you know that God gave each tribe their own unique characteristics? And because of this, God's people can easily be traced as they migrate from the land of Canaan, spend time in their Assyrian captivity, march through the plains of Russia, and on into Europe and North America. In the case of Great Britain and the United States, every national emblem is an Israelite emblem.
Bet you didn't learn that in your history books!
These emblems were in use by our ancestors for hundreds of years before the Christian era ever began. Because God set it up that these Heraldic emblems were to provide continuing evidence of His children -- the Israelite families, tribes and their racial identity as they wandered on the earth.
Genesis 49 tells us that just before he died, Jacob called his sons to him and gave them his blessing. In this blessing, Jacob gave each son his "emblem" that would be the characteristic of the family and tribe descended from him. Later, Moses would add some additional information in Deuteronomy 33. As a result, each tribe of Israel had at least one emblem and some had two.
When the Children of Israel were in the wilderness, God told Moses and Aaron to set the camp up according to families, or CLANS, or TRIBES. He then said that "The people of Israel shall encamp each by his own standard, with the ensigns of their fathers' houses; they shall encamp facing the tent of meeting on every side." (Numbers 2:2) As the Israelites traveled through the wilderness, each tribe traveled behind his own banner, or emblem.
These emblems are recognized by biblical authorities, Christian and Jewish. They just don't acknowledge that these same emblems are relevant today. Shame on them. Here they are. Judge for yourself.
Reuben's primary emblem was a man and his secondary emblem water usually pictured in some wavy lines or bars representing a body of water. These are in use today in the Royal Arms of Denmark and Greece and the Arms of Iceland. Some provinces of Sweden and Denmark also use the emblem.
Simeon - Levi
Another translation for "instruments of cruelty" is "their swords are weapons of violence." In Genesis 34:25, 26 we get the story that Jacob is referring to. The sword became the emblem of Simeon but not Levi who was removed from being numbered as a tribe when he was chosen as the priest of Israel (Numbers 1:47-50). The sword is found in the Arms of many of the counties, towns and cities of Great Britain and Ireland. It also appears in the Arms of at least fourteen of the chiefs of the Clans and ancient families of Scotland. In both Sweden and Denmark it appears as part of the emblem in several provinces and districts.
Genesis 34 records events that describe city gates and the capture of the walled city of Shalem (Genesis 33:18). This establishes a relationship between a city gate and Simeon. Simeon's secondary emblem is a castle gate and appears in at least fifty places in the British Isles. It also appears in Scotland, the Netherlands, Denmark and Germany.
From this description it's obvious that Judah's primary emblem is the lion, usually shown in a dormant position but not always. The lion, in a variety of positions, is an emblem common in nearly all Celto-Saxon people. It's the national emblem found in the Arms of the Netherlands, Belgium, Northern Ireland, Canada, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Luxembourg including many of their provinces and cities. It's in most of the provinces of Germany. Judah's secondary emblem, three lions, is the national emblem of both England and Denmark. It appears in the Royal Standard and on the shield of the Royal Arms of Great Britain.
This seal, the South African National Seal on the original South African Coat of Arms, shows that since its founding in 1688 by European Huguenots, the Whites who created the country of South Africa were equally linked to the tribes of Israel through their Heritage.
The ship is the natural emblem for Zebulun and is very common in some parts of Celto-Saxondom. It is the ancient emblem of Holland and in various forms appears in the emblems of at least eighteen places in England and Wales. It also appears in nineteen places in Scotland and in more than twenty of Scotland's ancient families and clan chiefs. It also appears in Denmark, the Netherlands and Ireland.
This blessing from Jacob to Issachar gives him the emblem of a laden ass or donkey. No heraldry of modern times currently have that emblem. Can't say I blame them! Some say that the nation of Finland is the modern Issachar. They have long lived as a buffer zone between Sweden and Russia (the two burdens) and were constantly "under tribute" financially to the Tsar (slaves). You can see from their coat of arms that it includes the sword and the lion. The sword is the symbol of Simeon and the Lion is the symbol of Judah. Those Israelites spread all over Europe and the heraldry of the the countries just prove our point.
The serpent is Dan's first emblem and while no country uses this as their emblem many old families of England, Scotland and the Netherland do use a serpent. Dan's second emblem is the horse or horse and rider. This was a favorite emblem of the Saxons long before their invasion of Britain. Many old families in the Netherlands uses it and in Denmark a white horse is on the shield in the Royal Arms plus other emblems. In England, Scotland, Lithuania and Germany the horse appears on several principalities and official emblems.
Gad, a troop shall tramp upon him, but he shall triumph at last. Genesis 49:19
Not much to go on here except a troop of horsemen. In Deuteronomy 33:20 Moses likens Gad to a lion but it wasn't used as an emblem for Gad. The troop of horsemen has had little usage in heraldry among the White nations of the world.
Bread from Asher shall be rich, and he shall yield royal dainties. Genesis 49:20
Can't help but feel sorry for Gad and Asher! They didn't get much of a blessing from dear ole' dad. "Royal dainties" most likely included wine since royalty certainly drank enough of it. Asher's emblem included a cup or goblet and while Asher's emblem isn't widely found today several English family Coat of Arms and Scottish families do have a goblet in them. Spain, originally called Iberia (for Eber, progenitor of the Hebrews) was the jumping off point for many of the Israelites as they moved into Britain and other places in Europe. Galicia, in Spain, has a goblet in their Coat of Arms.
Naphtali is a deer let loose; he gives goodly words. Genesis 49:21
Naphtali's emblem is a leaping deer. Over time the female was replaced by the male so that a stag became Naphtali's emblem. It appears in the Coat of Arms of many English families, the English county of Cumberland and the city of Herford and is the provincial emblem of Oland, Sweden.
Since Joseph is likened to a bough or branch and considering the other statements of the Bible that refer to Israel as an olive tree, this branch would be the olive branch. The archers imply arrows. In Deuteronomy 33:17 Moses said, "His glory is like the firstling of his bullock, and his horns are like the horns of unicorns: with them he shall push the people together to the ends of the earth, and they are the ten thousands of Ephraim and the thousands of Manasseh." So the ox and unicorn are included in the emblems of Joseph along with the olive branch and arrows.
These emblems were inherited and divided between Joseph's two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh. The ox, unicorn and horn became the emblems of the Tribe of Ephraim. The olive branch and a bundle of arrows became the emblems of the Tribe of Manasseh.
The ox or bull was used by the Saxon people as they made their way across Europe. These figures are still used in Denmark and the Netherlands as provincial and municipal emblems and in the province of Dalsland in Sweden. In Scottish heraldry the OX appears in the Crest of the Macleod of Macleod. The nickname "John Bull" was used for England and the BULL appears in several counties there. There's a bull found on the Mecklenburg, Germany emblem. Ephraim's secondary emblem, the unicorn, is one of the two supporters in the heraldry of the Royal Arms of Britain and is both supporters in the Arms of Scotland. It's also in many of the clans of Scotland. The bull is on Iceland's coat of arms. There's a unicorn on Lithuania's emblem.
The primary emblem of Manasseh is the olive branch and the secondary emblem is a bundle of arrows. Both are found on the Great Seal of the United States of America and many governmental offices. The bundle of arrows is found in England, Scotland, and in the Netherlands it was one of the ancient emblems in the part of the country originally called Holland.
No doubt about it, the wolf is the emblem of Benjamin and the tribe descended from him. The tribe of Benjamin was closely tied to the larger tribe of Judah and for almost four hundred years they formed the Kingdom of Judah also known as the House of Judah. The lion of Judah was the national emblem of the kingdom. Among the Norsemen several tribes used the wolf as an emblem and many of these settled in Scandinavia. The Norman invaders of England who came from France carried the wolf as their emblem. At one time it was proposed that the wolf be made the official emblem of Norway. One of the most famous Norsemen was "Rollo the Wolf." The clans of Scotland that have partial Norwegian ancestry use a wolf as their emblem.
Thou has given a banner to them that fear thee, that it may be displayed because of the truth
May we shout for joy over your victory, and in the name of our God set up our banners!
As you can see, these Coats of Armor are from all over the European continent. Yet look at the similarities to the Israelite ensigns.
There is no doubt that they have a common origination in the 12 Tribes of Israel
Note on Germany: Many who believe that the ancient ten tribes of Israel are in modern Europe, Great Britain and North America have accepted and teach the false notion that Germany is not among Israel. They hold the belief that the German people of today are descended from ancient Assyria. Their historical evidence is completely false.
Germany is indeed part of the biblical Israel
The false belief that she is not is a divide and conquer tactic used by the enemies of truth to push the false Jews of the world into the Israel of God
Don't fall for the lies
Be wise, be discerning, be careful in your study of God's truth
These same people will tell you that the tribe of Judah will be found in Modern Israel
Not true! These are "false Jews"
These are the "synagogue of Satan" that is referenced in Revelation 3:9
"Indeed I will make those of the synagogue of Satan, who say they are Jews and are not, but lie---indeed I will make them come and worship before your feet, and to know that I have loved you."
Be wise, be discerning, study to know the truth
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