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Updated June 13, 2022

 Last Words of  The Yahdaim Bloodline 12 Tribal Fathers!


Last Words of Yahdaim 12 Bloodline Fathers

Each is here to tell his life story.

When he is on his deathbed he calls all his children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren about him…and proceeds without reservation to Warn, and lay bare his Life experiences for the righteous moral guidance of his Set-Apart Tribal Blood Line.

If he fell into iniquity he tells all about it and then warns and counsels them not to err as he did.

If he was righteous, he shows what rewards were his.

If he made an err in unrighteousness, and transgressed the Law of Yah…he then warns of the consequences, and the importance of repentance.


The First-Born Son of Yahgob and Leah.

Reuben, the first-born son of Yahgob and Leah. The man of experience counsels against fornication and points out the ways in which Tribal men are most apt to fall into error.

The Last Words of Reuben, even the commands which he gave his sons before he died in the hundred and twenty-fifth year of his life.

Two years after the death of Yoseph his brother, when Reuben fell ill, his sons and his sons’ sons were gathered together to visit him.

And he said to them…

“My children, behold!…I am dying, and go the way of my fathers.”

And seeing there Yahdah, and Gad, and Asher, his brethren, he said to them:

“Raise me up that I may tell to my brethren and to my children what things I have hidden in my heart…”

“For Behold!.. Now at length I am passing away.”

And he arose and kissed them, and said unto them:

“Hear…my brethren, and do you my children, give ear to Reuben your father, in the commands which I give unto you.”

“And Behold!! I call to witness against you this day Yah of heaven…that you walk not in the wickedness of youth and fornication, wherein I was poured out, and defiled the bed of my father Yahgob.”

“And I tell you that He struck me with a sore plague in my loins for seven months; and had not my father Yamb prayed for me to Yah…”

“Yah would have destroyed me.”

“For I was thirty years old when I worked the evil thing before Yah, and for seven months I was sick unto death.”

“And after this I repented with set purpose of my soul for seven years before Yah.”

“And wine and strong drink I drank not, and flesh entered not into my mouth, and I ate no pleasant food…”

“But I mourned over my wickedness…for it was great, such as had not been in Yahrusalem!”

“And now hear me, my children, what things I saw concerning the seven spirits of deceit…”

“When I Repented.”

“Seven spirits therefore are appointed against man, and they are the leaders in the works of youth.”

“And seven other spirits are given to him at his creation…that through them should be done every work of man.”

“The first is the spirit of life…”

“With which the constitution of man is created.”

“The second is the sense of sight…”

“With which arise desire.”

“The third is the sense of hearing…”

“With which come teaching.”

“The fourth is the sense of smell…”

“With which tastes are given to draw air and breath.”

“The fifth is the power of speech…”

“With which come knowledge.”

“The sixth is the sense of taste…”

with which come the eating of meats and drinks; and by it strength is produced, for in food is the foundation of strength.”

“The seventh is the power of procreation and sexual intercourse…”

“With which through love of pleasure wickedness enter in.”

“Wherefore it is the last in order of creation…and the first in that of youth, because it is filled with ignorance, and lead the youth as a blind man to a pit, and as a beast to a precipice.”

“Besides all these there is an eight spirit of sleep…”

 “With which is brought about the trance of nature and the of death.”

“With these spirits are mingled the spirits of error.”

“First…is the spirit of fornication…”

“Is seated in the nature and in the senses;”

“The second…the spirit of insatiableness…”

“In the belly;”

“The third…the spirit of fighting…”

In the liver and gall.”

“The fourth…is the spirit of obedience and deception…”

“That through officious attention one may be fair in seeming.”

“The fifth…is the spirit of pride…”

“That one may be boastful and arrogant.”

“The sixth…is the spirit of lying…”

“In perdition and jealousy to practice deceits, and concealment’s from kindred and friends.”

“The seventh…is the spirit of injustice…”

“With which are thefts and acts of satisfaction of greed, that a man may fulfill the desire of his heart…”

“For injustice work together with the other spirits by the taking of gifts.”

“And with all these the spirit of sleep Is” “joined.”

“Which is that of error and fantasy.”

“And so perish every young man, darkening his mind from the truth, and not understanding the Law of Yah, nor obeying the admonitions of his fathers, as befell me also in my youth.”

“And now, my children, love the truth, and it will preserve you: hear you the words of Reuben your father.”

“Pay no heed to the face of a woman…”

“Nor associate with another man’s wife…”

“Nor meddle with affairs of womankind.”

“For had I…not seen Bilhah bathing in a covered place…”

“I had not fallen into this great iniquity.”

“For my mind taking in the thought of the woman’s nakedness…”

“Suffered me not to sleep until I had worked the abominable thing.”

“For while Yahgob our father had gone to Isaac his father, when we were in Eder, near to Ephrath in Bethlehem, Bilhah became drunk…”

“And was asleep uncovered in her chamber.”

“Having therefore gone in and beheld her nakedness…”

“I worked the impiety without her perceiving it, and leaving her sleeping departed.”

“And immediately an Malak (angel) of Yah…”


“Revealed to my father concerning my impiety…and he came and mourned over me, and I touched her no more.”


“Pay no heed, therefore, my children, to the beauty of women, nor set your mind-on their affairs; but walk in singleness of heart in the fear of Yah…”

“And expend labor on good works, and on study and on your flocks, until Yah give you a wife, whom He will, that you suffer not as I did.”

“For until my father’s death I had not boldness to look in his face, or to speak to any of my brethren, because of the reproach.”

“Even until now my conscience cause me anguish on account of my impiety.”

“And yet my father comforted me much, and prayed for me unto Yah…that the anger of Yah might pass from me, even as Yah showed.”

“And thenceforth until now I have been on my guard and transgressed not.”

“Therefore, my children…”

“I say unto you, observe all things whatsoever I command you…and you shall not transgress.”

“For a pit unto the soul is the wickedness of fornication, separating it from Yah, and bringing it near to idols…”

“Because it deceive the mind and understanding, and lead down young men into Hades before their time.”

“For many have fornication destroyed; because, though a man be old or noble, or rich or poor…he bring reproach upon himself with the sons of men and derision with Satan.”

“For you heard regarding Yoseph how he guarded himself from a woman…”

“And purged his thoughts from all fornication, and found favor in the sight of Yah and men.”

“For the Mizrahyim (Egyptian) woman did many things unto him, and summoned magicians, and offered him love potions, but the purpose of his soul admitted no evil desire.”

“Therefore Yah of your fathers delivered him from every evil and hidden death.”

“For if fornication overcomes not your mind, neither can Satan overcome you.”

“For evil are women, my children; and since they have no power or strength over man…”

“They use wiles by outward…” “attractions…”
“That they may draw him to…”

“And whom they cannot bewitch by outward attractions, him they overcome by craft.”

“For moreover, concerning them, the angel of Yah told me, and taught me…”

“That women are overcome by the spirit of fornication…”

“More than men…”

“And in their heart they plot against men…”

“And by means of their adornment they deceive first their minds…”

“And by the glance of the eye instill the poison…”

“And then through the accomplished act they take them captive.”

“For a woman cannot force a man openly, but by a harlot’s bearing she beguiles him.”

“Flee, therefore, fornication, my children, and command your wives and your daughters, that they adorn not their heads and faces to deceive the mind…”

“Because every woman who use these wiles have been reserved for eternal punishment.”

“For thus they allured the Watchers  who were before the flood…”

“For as these continually beheld them, they lusted after them, and they conceived the act in their mind…”

“For they changed themselves into the shape of men…”

“And appeared to them when they were with their husbands.”

“And the women lusting in their minds after their forms, gave birth to giants…”

“For the Watchers appeared to them as reaching even unto heaven.”

“Beware, therefore, of fornication…”

“And if you wish to be pure in mind, guard your senses from every woman.”

“And command the women likewise not to associate with men, that they also may be pure in mind.”

“For constant meetings, even though the unrighteous deed be not worked, are to them an irremediable disease, and to us a destruction of Satan and an eternal reproach.”

“For in fornication there is neither understanding nor righteousness…”

“And all jealousy dwell in the lust thereof.”

“Therefore, then I say unto you, you will be jealous against the sons of Levi, and will seek to be exalted over them; but you shall not be able.”

“For Yah will avenge them, and you shall die by an evil death.”

“For to Levi Yah gave the sovereignty and to Yahdah with him and to me also, and to Dan and Yoseph, that we should be for rulers.”

“Therefore!.. I command you to listen to Levi, because he shall know the Law of Yah, and shall give ordinances for judgement and shall sacrifice for all Yahdaim until the consummation of the times, as the anointed High Priest of whom Yah spoke.”

“I command you by Yah of heaven to do truth each one unto his neighbor and to entertain love each one for his brother.”

“And draw you near to Levi in humbleness, of heart, that you may receive an increase from his mouth.”

“For he shall honor Yahdaim and Yahdah, because him have Yah chosen to be King over all the nation.”

“And bow down before his seed, for on our behalf it will die in wars visible and invisible, and will be among you an eternal King.”

And Reuben died, having given these commands to his sons.

And they placed him in a coffin until they carried him up from Mizrahyim, and buried him in Hebron in the cave where his father was.



The Second Son of Yahgob and Leah.

Simeon, the second son of Yahgob and Leah. The strong man. He becomes jealous of Yoseph and is an instigator of the plot against Yoseph.

The last words of Simeon, the things which he spoke to his sons before he died, in the hundred and twentieth year of his life, at which time Yoseph, his brother, died.

For when Simeon was sick, his sons came to visit him…”

And he strengthened himself and sat up and kissed them, and said:…

“Listen…my children, to Simeon your father and I will declare unto you what things I have in my heart.”

“I was born of Yahgob as my father’s second son; and my mother Leah called me Simeon…”

“Because Yah had heard her prayer.”

“Moreover I became strong exceedingly; I shrank from no achievement nor was I afraid of moral obligation.”

“For my heart was hard, and my liver was immovable, and my bowels without compassion.”

“Because valor also has been given from the Most High to men in soul and body.”

“For in the time of my youth I was jealous in many things of Yoseph…because my father loved him beyond all.”

“And I set my mind against him to destroy him because the prince of deceit sent forth the spirit of jealousy and blinded my mind…”

“So that I regarded him not as a brother, nor did I spare even Yahgob my father.”

“But Yah of his father’s sent forth His Malak (angel), and delivered him out of my hands.”


“For when I went to Shechem to bring ointment for the flocks, and Reuben to Dothan, where were our necessaries and all our stores…”

“Yahdah my brother sold him to the Ishmaelite’s.”

“And when Reuben heard these things he was grieved, for he wished to restore him to his father.”

“But on hearing this…I was exceedingly wroth against Yahdah in that he let him go away alive, and for five months I continued wrathful against him.”

“But Yah restrained me, and withheld from me the power of my hands; for my right hand was half withered for seven days.”

“And I knew, my children, that because of Yoseph this had befallen me, and I repented and wept; and I besought Yah that my hand might be restored and that I might hold aloof from all pollution and envy and from all folly.”

“For I knew that I had devised an evil thing before Yah and Yahgob my father, on account of Yoseph my brother, in that I envied him.”

 “And now, my children, hearken unto me and beware of the spirit of deceit and envy.”

“For envy rule over the whole mind of a man, and suffer him neither to eat nor to drink, nor to do any good thing.”

“But it ever suggest to him to destroy him that he envied; and so long as he that is envied flourish, he that envied fade away.”

“Two years therefore I afflicted my soul with fasting in the fear of Yah, and I learnt that deliverance from envy come by the fear of Yah.”

“For if a man flee to Yah…the evil spirit run away from him and his mind is lightened.”

“And henceforward he sympathized with him whom he envied and forgive those who are hostile to him, and so cease from his envy.”

“And my father asked concerning me, because he saw that I was sad; and I said unto him…”

“I am pained in my liver.”

“For I mourned more than they all, because I was guilty of the selling of Yoseph.”

“And when we went down into Mizrahyim, and he bound me as a spy…

“I knew that I was suffering justly, and I grieved not.”

“Now Yoseph was a good man, and had the Ruach (spirit) of Yah within him:”

“Being compassionate and pitiful, he bore no malice against me; but loved me even as the rest of his brethren.”

“Beware, therefore, my children, of all jealousy and envy, and walk in singleness of heart…that Yah may give you also favor and honor, and increase upon your heads, even as you saw in Yoseph’s case.”

“All his days he reproached us not concerning this thing, but loved us as his own soul, and beyond his own sons honored us, and gave us riches, and cattle and fruits.”

“Do you also, my children, love each one his brother with a good heart, and the spirit of envy will withdraw from you.”

“For this make savage the soul and destroy the body; it cause anger and war in the mind…”

“And stir up unto deeds of blood, and lead the mind into frenzy, and cause tumult to the soul and trembling to the body.”

“For even in sleep malicious jealousy gnaw, and with wicked spirits disturb the soul, and cause the body to be troubled, and wake the mind from sleep in confusion…”

“And as a wicked and poisonous spirit, so appear it to men.”

“Therefore was Yoseph comely in appearance, and goodly to look upon, because no wickedness dwelt in him; for some of the trouble of the spirit the face manifest.”

“And now, my children, make your hearts good before Yah, and your ways straight before men, and you shall find favor before Yah and men.”

“Beware, therefore, of fornication, for fornication is mother of all evils, separating from Yah, and bringing near to Satan.”

“For I have seen it inscribed in the writing of Enoch that your sons shall be corrupted in fornication…and shall do harm to the sons of Levi with the sword.”

“But they shall not be able to withstand Levi; for he shall wage the war of Yah…and shall conquer all your hosts.”

“And they shall be few in number, divided in Levi and Yahdah, and there shall be none of you for sovereignty, even as also our father prophesied in his increase.”

A prophecy of the coming  Anointed King David!

“Behold!.. I have told you all things, that I may be acquitted of your wickedness.”

“Now, if you remove from you your envy and all stiff-neckedness…”

“As a rose shall my bones flourish in Yahdaim, and as a lily my flesh in Yahgob, and my odor shall be as the odor of Libanus; and as cedars shall be multiplied from me for ever, and their branches shall stretch afar off.”

“Then shall perish the seed of Canaan, and a remnant shall not be unto Amalek, and all the Cappadocians shall perish, and all Hittites shall be utterly destroyed.”

 “Then shall fail the land of Ham, and all the people shall perish.”

“Then shall all the earth rest from trouble, and all the world under heaven from war.”

 Then the Mighty One of Yahdaim shall honor Shem!

“Then shall all the spirits of deceit be given to be trodden under foot, and men shall, rule over wicked spirits.”

“Then shall I arise in happiness and will honor the Most High because of His marvelous works.”

“And now, my children, and Yahdah, and obey Levi and Yahdah, and be not lifted up against these two tribes, for from them shall arise unto you the salvation of Yah.”

“For Yah shall raise up from Levi as it were a High Priest, and from Yahdah as it were a King (King Dawid), Yah and man, He shall save all the race of Yahdaim.”

“Therefore I give you these commands that you also may command your children…that they may observe them throughout their generations.”

 “And when Simeon had made an end of commanding his sons, he slept with fathers, an hundred and twenty years old.”

And they laid him in a wooden coffin, to take up his bones to Hebron. And they took them up secretly during a war of the people of Mizrahyim. For the bones of Yoseph the people of Mizrahyim guarded in the tombs of the kings.

For the sorcerers told them, that on the departure of the bones of Yoseph there should be throughout all the land darkness and gloom, and an exceeding great plague to the people of Mizrahyim, so that even with a lamp a man should not recognize his brother.

 And the sons of Simeon bewailed their father.

And they were in Mizrahyim until the day of their departure by the hand of Mosheh.



The Third Son of Yahgob and Leah.

Levi, the third son of Yahgob and Leah. A dreamer of dreams, a prophet.

The words of Levi, the things which he ordained unto his sons, according to all that they should do, and what things should befall them until the day of judgement.

He was sound in health when he called them to him; for it had been revealed to him that he should die.

And when they were gathered together he said to them:

 “I…Levi, was born in Haran, and I came with my father to Shechem.

“And I was young, about twenty years of age, when, with Simeon, I wrought vengeance on Hemor for our sister Dinah.”

“And when I was feeding the flocks in Abel-Maul, the Ruach of understand of Yah came upon me, and I saw all men corrupting their way, and that unrighteousness had built for itself walls, and lawlessness sat upon towers.”

“And I was grieving for the race of the sons of men, and I prayed to Yah that I might be saved.”

“Then there fell upon me a sleep, and I beheld a high mountain, and I was upon it.”

“And behold the heavens were opened, and an Malak (angel) of Yah said to me…”


“And I entered from the first heaven, and I saw there a great sea hanging.”

“And further I saw a second heaven far brighter and more brilliant, for there was a boundless light also therein…”

“And I said to the Malak…”

“Why is this so?”

“And the Malak said to me…”

“Marvel not at this, for you shall see another heaven more brilliant and incomparable.”

“And when you has ascended toward, You shall stand near Yah, and shall be His minister, and shall, declare His mysteries to men, and shall proclaim concerning Him that shall redeem Yahdaim.”

“And by you and Yahdah shall Yah appear among men…”

“Saving every race of men!”


“And from Yah’s portion shall be your life, and He shall be your field and vineyard, and fruits, gold, and silver.”

“Hear, therefore, regarding the heavens which have been shown to you.”

“The lowest is for this cause gloomy unto you, in that it beholds all the unrighteous deeds of men.”

“And it has fire, snow, and ice made ready for the Day of Judgement, in the righteous judgement of Yah…”

“For in it are all the spirits of the retributions for vengeance on men.”

“And in the second are the hosts Of the armies which are ordained for the Day of Judgement…”

“To work vengeance on the spirits of deceit and of Satan.”

 “And above them are the pious ones.”

” And in the highest of all dwell the Great Honor…far above all  reverence.” 

In the heaven next to it are the archangels…”

“Who minister and make propitiation to Yah for all the iniquity of ignorance of the righteous;”

“Offering to Yah…a sweet smelling savor, a reasonable and a bloodless offering.”

“And in the heaven below this are the Malakim (angels) who bear answers to the Malakim of the presence of Yah.”

“And in the heaven next to this are thrones and dominions, in which always they offer…”

                              “Praise to Yah!”

“When, therefore, Yah looked upon us, all of us are shaken; yea, the heavens, and the earth, and the abysses are shaken at the presence of…”

“His Majesty!!”

The Real Mount Sinai image below….Still All Burnt Up Today!

“But the sons of men, having no perception of these things, transgress and provoke the Most High.”

“NOW!.. Therefore, know that Yah shall execute judgement upon the sons of men.”

“Because when the rocks are being rent, and the sun quenched, and the waters dried up, and the fire cowering, and all creation troubled…”

“And the invisible spirits melting away, and Hades take spoils through the visitations of the Most High, men will be unbelieving and persist in their iniquity.”

“On this account with punishment shall they be judged?”

“Therefore the Most High have heard your prayer, to separate you from iniquity, and that you should become to Him a son, and a servant, and a minister of His presence.”

“The light of knowledge shall you light up in Yahgob…”

“And as the sun shall you be to all the seed of Yahdaim.”



“And there shall be given to you an increase, and to all your seed until Yah shall visit the Gentiles in His tender mercies for ever.”

“And therefore there have been given to you counsel and understanding, that you might instruct your sons concerning this;”

“Because they that honor Him shall be honored, and they that curse Him shall perish.”

“And thereupon the Malak (angel) opened to me the gates of heaven…”

“And I saw the Temple, and upon a Throne of Honor the Most High.”

“And He said to me…”

“Levi!!! I have given you the increase of the priesthood until I come and sojourn in the midst of Yahdaim!”

“Then the angel brought me down to the earth, and gave me a shield and a sword,                           and said to me…”

“Execute vengeance on Shechem because of Dinah, your sister, and I will be with you because Yah has sent me.”

“And I destroyed at that time the sons of Hamor, as it is written in the heavenly tables.”

“And I said to him…”

“I pray you, O’ Lord…tell me Your Name, that I may call upon You in a day of tribulation.”

“And he said:…”

“I am the Malak who intercede for the Nation of Yahdaim that they may not be smitten utterly…”

“For every evil spirit attack it.”

“And after these things I awaked, and praised the Most High, and the Malak who interceded for the nation of Yahdaim and for all the righteous.”

“And when I was going to my father, I found a brazen shield; wherefore also the name of the mountain is Aspis, which is near Gebal, to the south of Abila.”

“And I kept these words in my heart. And after this I counselled my father, and Reuben my brother, to bid the sons of Hamor not to be circumcised…”

“For I was zealous because of the abomination which they had wrought on my sister.”

“And I slew Shechem first, and Simeon slew Hamor. And after this my brothers came and smote that city with the edge of the sword.

“And my father heard these things and was wroth, and he was grieved in that they had received the circumcision, and after that had been put to death, and in his increase he looked amiss upon us.

“For we transgressed because we had done this thing against his will, and he was sick on that day.”

“But I saw that the sentence of Yah was for evil upon Shechem; for they sought to do to Sarah and Rebecca as they had done to Dinah our sister, but Yah prevented them.”

“And they persecuted Abraham our father when he was a stranger, and they vexed his flocks when they were big with young; and Eblaen, who was born in his house, they most shamefully handled.”

“And thus they did to all strangers, taking away their wives by force, and they banished them.”

“But the wrath of Yah came upon them to the uttermost.”

“And I said to my father Yahgob: By you will Yah despoil the Canaanites, and will give their land to you and to your seed after you.”

“For from this day forward shall Shechem be called a city of imbeciles; for as a man mock a fool, so did we mock them.”

“Because also they had wrought folly in Yahdaim by defiling my sister. And we departed and came to Bethel.”

“And there again I saw a vision as the former, after we had spent there seventy days.”

“And I saw seven men in white raiment saying unto me…”

“Arise, put on the robe of the priesthood, and the crown of righteousness, and the breastplate of understanding…”

“And the garment of truth, and the late of promise, and the turban of the head, and the ephod of prophecy.”

“And they severally carried these things and put them on me, and said unto me: From henceforth become a priest of Yah, you and your seed for ever.”

“And the first anointed me with oil, and gave to me the staff of judgement.”

“The second washed me with pure. water, and fed me with bread and wine even the most Set-Apart things, and clad me with a robe.”

“The third clothed me with a linen vestment like an ephod.”

“The fourth put round me a girdle like unto purple.”

 “The fifth gave me a branch of rich olive.”

 “The sixth placed a crown on my head.”

“The seventh placed on my head a diadem of priesthood, and filled my hands with incense, that I might serve as priest to Yah.”

“And they said to me: Levi, your seed shall be divided into three offices, for a sign of the Honor…Yah who is to come.”

“And the first portion shall be great; yea, greater than it shall none be.”

 “The second shall be in the Priesthood.”

“And the third shall be called by a new name, because a King (King Dawid) shall arise in Yahdah, and shall establish a new Priesthood, after the fashion of the Yahdaim.”

“And His presence is beloved, as a prophet of the Most High, of the seed of Abraham our father.”

“Therefore, every desirable thing in Yahdaim shall be for you and for your seed, and you shall eat everything fair to look upon, and the Table of Yah shall your seed apportion.”

“And some of them shall be high priests, and judges, and scribes; for by their mouth shall the Set-Apart place be guarded.”

“And when I awoke…I understood that this dream was like the first dream. And I hid this also in my heart, and told it not to any man upon the earth.”

“And after two days I and Yahdah went up with our father Yahgob to Isaac our father’s father.”

“And my father’s father honored me according to all the words of the visions which I had seen. And he would not come with us to Bethel.”

“And when we came to Bethel, my father saw a vision concerning me, that I should be their priest unto Yah.”

“And he rose up early in the morning, and paid tithes of all to Yah through me. And so we came to Hebron to dwell there.”

“And Isaac called me continually to put me in remembrance of the Law of Yah, even as the Malak (angel) of Yah showed unto me.”

“And he taught me the Law of the priesthood of sacrifices, whole burnt-offerings, first-fruits, freewill-offerings, peace-offerings.”

“And each day he was instructing me, and was busied on my behalf before Yah, and said to me…”

“Beware of the spirit of fornication; for this shall continue and shall by your seed pollute the Set-Apart place.”

“Take, therefore, to yourself a wife without blemish or pollution, while yet you are young, and not of the race of strange nations.”

“And before entering into the Set-Apart place, bathe; and when you offer the sacrifice, wash; and again, when you finish the sacrifice, wash.”

 “Of twelve trees having leaves offer to Yah, as Abraham taught me also.

“And of every clean beast and bird offer a sacrifice to Yah.”

“And of all your first-fruits and of wine offer the first, as a sacrifice to Yah; and every sacrifice you shall salt with salt.”

“Now, therefore, observe whatsoever I command you, children; for whatsoever things I have heard from my fathers I have declared unto you.”

“And behold I am clear from your unrighteousness and transgression, which you shall commit in the end of the ages against Yah, acting unrighteous, deceiving Yahdaim, and stirring up against it great evils from Yah.”

“And you shall deal lawlessly together with Yahdaim, so He shall not bear with Yahrusalem because of your wickedness; but the veil of the Temple shall be rent, so as not to cover your shame.”

“And you shall be scattered as captives among the Gentiles, and shall be for a reproach and for a curse there.”

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 For the house which Yah shall choose shall be called Yahrusalem, as is contained in the book of Enoch the righteous.

“Therefore when I took a wife I was twenty-eight years old, and her name was Melcha.”

“And she conceived and bare a son, and I called his name Gersam, for we were sojourners in our land.”

“And I saw concerning him, that he would not be in the first rank.”

“And Kohath was born in the thirty-fifth year of my life, towards sunrise.”

“And I saw in a vision that he was standing on high in the midst of all the congregation.”

“Therefore I called his name Kohath which is, beginning of majesty and instruction.”

“And she bare me a third son, in the fortieth year of my life; and since his mother bare him with difficulty…”

“I called him Merari, that is, ‘my bitterness,’ because he also was like to die.”

“And Yochebed was born. in Mizrahyim, in my sixty-fourth year, for I was renowned then in the midst of my brethren.”

“And Gersam took a wife, and she bare to him Lomni and Semei. And the sons of Kohath, Ambram, Issachar, Hebron, and Ozeal. And the sons of Merari, Mooli, and Mouses.”

“And in the ninety-fourth year Ambram took Yochebed my daughter to him to wife, for they were born in one day, he and my daughter.”

“Eight years old was I when I went into the land of Canaan, and eighteen years when I slew Shechem, and at nineteen years I became priest…”

“And at twenty-eight years I took a wife, and at forty-eight I went into Mizrahyim.”

“And behold, my children, you are a third generation. In my hundred and eighteenth year Yoseph died.”

“And now…my children, I command you: Fear Yah with your whole heart, and walk in simplicity according to all His Law.”

“And do you also teach your children letters, that they may have understanding all their life, reading unceasingly the Law of Yah.”

“For every one that know the Law of Yah shall be honored…and shall not be a stranger whatsoever he go.”

“Yea, many friends shall he gain more than his parents, and many men shall desire to serve him, and to hear the Law from his mouth.”

“Work righteousness, therefore, my children, upon the earth, that you may have it as a treasure in heaven.”

“And sow good things in your souls, that you may find them in your life.”

“But if you sow evil things, you shall reap every trouble and affliction.”

“Get wisdom in the fear of Yah with diligence; for though there be a leading into captivity, and cities and lands be destroyed, and gold and silver and every possession perish…”

“The wisdom of the wise none can take away, save the blindness of unrighteousness, and the callousness that comes of wickedness.”

“For if one keep oneself from these evil things, then even among his enemies shall wisdom be a honor to him, and in a strange country a fatherland, and in the midst of foes shall prove a friend.”

“Whosoever teaches noble things and does them, shall be enthroned with kings, as was also Yoseph my brother.”

“Therefore, my children, I have learnt that at the end of the ages you will transgress against Yah, stretching out hands to wickedness against Him; and to all the Gentiles shall you become a scorn.”

“For our father Yahgob is pure from the transgressions of the chief priests.”

“For as the heaven is purer in Yah’s sight than the earth, so also be you, the lights of Yahdaim, purer than all the Gentiles.”

“But if you be darkened through transgressions, what, therefore, will all the Gentiles do living in blindness?”

“Yea, you shall bring a curse upon our race, because the light of the Law which was given for to lighten every man this you desire to destroy by teaching commandments contrary to the ordinances of Yah.”

“The offerings of Yah you shall rob, and from His portion shall you steal choice portions, eating them contemptuously with harlots.”

“And out of covetousness you shall teach the commandments of Yah, wedded women shall you pollute, and the virgins of Yahrusalem shall you defile…”

“And with harlots and adulteresses shall you be joined, and the daughters of the Gentiles shall you take to wife, purifying them with an unlawful purification; and your union shall be like unto Sodom and Gomorrah…”

“And you shall be puffed up because of your priesthood, lifting yourselves up against men, and not only so, but also against the commands of Yah.”

“For you shall contemn the Set-Apart things with jests and laughter.”

“Therefore the Temple, which Yah shall choose, shall be laid waste through your uncleanness, and you shall be captives throughout all nations.”

“And you shall be an abomination unto them, and you shall receive reproach and everlasting shame from the righteous judgement of Yah.”

“And all who hate you shall delight at your destruction!”

“And if you were not to receive mercy through Abraham, Isaac, and Yahgob, our fathers…”

“Not one of our seed should be left upon the earth.”

“And now I have learnt that for seventy weeks you shall go astray, and profane the priesthood, and pollute the sacrifices.”

“And you shall make void the Law, and set at naught the words of the prophets by evil perverseness.”

“And you shall persecute righteous men, and hate the righteous; the words of the righteous shall you abhor.”

“And a righteous men who renew the Law in the power of the Most High, you shall call a deceiver; and at last you shall rush upon them to slay them, not knowing, taking innocent blood through wickedness upon your heads.”

“And your places shall be laid waste even to the ground because of  the righteous men.”

“And you shall have no place that is clean; but you shall be among the Gentiles a curse and a dispersion until Yah shall again visit you…”

He prophesies the coming of  King Dawid..

“And whereas you have heard concerning the seventy weeks, hear also concerning the priesthood. For in each jubilee there shall be a priesthood.”

“And in the first jubilee, the first who is anointed to the priesthood shall be great, and shall speak to Yah as to a father.”

“And his priesthood shall be perfect with Yah, and in the day of his gladness shall he arise for the salvation of the world.”

“In the second jubilee, he that is anointed shall be conceived in the sorrow of beloved ones; and his priesthood shall be honored and shall be praised by all.”

“And the third priest shall he taken hold of by sorrow.”

“And the fourth shall be in pain, because unrighteousness shall gather itself against him exceedingly, and all Yahdaim shall hate each one his neighbor.”

“The fifth shall be taken hold of by darkness. Likewise also the sixth and the seventh.”

“And in the seventh shall, be such pollution as I cannot express before men, for they shall know it who do these things.”

“Therefore shall they be taken captive and become a prey, and their land and their substance shall be destroyed.”

“And in the fifth week they shall return to their desolate country, and shall renew the House of Yah.”

“And in the seventh week shall become priests, who are idolaters, adulterers, lovers of money, proud, lawless, lascivious, abusers of children and beasts.”

“And after their punishment shall have come from Yah, the priesthood shall fail.”

“Then shall Yah raise up a new priest…”

(King Dawid)

“And to him all the words of Yah shall be revealed; and he shall execute a righteous judgement upon the earth for a multitude of days.”

“And his star shall arise in heaven as of a King.”

“Lighting up the light of knowledge as the sun the day, and he shall be magnified in the world.”

“He shall shine forth as the sun on the earth, and shall remove all darkness from under heaven, and there shall be peace in all the earth.”

“The heavens shall exult in his days, and the earth shall be glad, and the clouds shall delight;”

“And the knowledge of Yah shall be poured forth upon the earth, as the water of the seas;”

“And the Malakim (angels) of the presence of Yah shall be glad in him.”

“The heavens shall be opened, and from the Temple of Honor shall come upon him sanctification, with the Father’s voice as from Abraham to Isaac.”

“And the Honor of the Most High shall be uttered over him, and the Ruach of understanding and sanctification shall rest upon him.”

“For he shall give the majesty of Yah to His sons in truth for evermore;”

“And there shall none succeed him for all generations for ever.”

“And in his Priesthood the Gentiles shall be multiplied in knowledge upon the earth, and enlightened through the favor of Yah.”

“In his Priesthood shall iniquity come to an end, and the lawless shall cease to do evil.”

“And he shall open the gates of paradise, and shall remove the threatening sword against Adam, and he shall give to the Righteous to eat from the tree of life, and the Ruach  shall be on them.”

“And Satan shall be bound by him, and he shall give power to His children to tread upon the evil spirits.”

“And Yah shall delight in His children, and be well pleased in His beloved ones for ever.”

“Then shall Abraham and Isaac and Yahgob exult, and I will be glad…”

“And all the Righteous shall clothe themselves with gladness.”

“And now, my children, you have heard all; choose, therefore, for yourselves either the light or the darkness, either the Law of Yah or the works of Satan.”

Timple of Ba’al

“And his sons answered him, saying…

“Before Yah we will walk according to…” “His Law.”

“And their father said unto them…”

“Yah is witness, and His Malakim (angels) are witnesses, and you are witnesses…”

“And I am witness…”

“Concerning the word of your mouth.”

 “And his sons said unto him…”

“We are…witnesses!”

And thus Levi ceased commanding his sons; and he stretched out his feet on the bed, and was gathered to his fathers, after he had lived a hundred and thirty-seven years.

And they laid him in a coffin, and afterwards they buried him in Hebron, with I Abraham, Isaac, and Yahgob.



The Fourth Son of Yahgob and Leah.

Yahdah, the fourth son of Yahgob and Leah. He is the giant, athlete, warrior; he recounts heroic deeds. He runs so fast that he can outstrip a hind.

The Last Words of Yahdah, what things he spoke to his sons before he died.

They gathered themselves together, therefore, and came to him, and he said to them:

“Listen…my children, to Yahdah your father!”

“I was the fourth son born to my father Yahgob; and Leah my mother named me Yahdah, saying…”

“I give thanks to Yah, because He has given me a fourth son also.”

“I was swift in my youth, and obedient to my father in everything.”

“And I honored my mother and my mother’s sister.”

“And it came to pass, when I became a man, that my father honored me, saying..”

“You shall be a King, prospering in all things.”

“And Yah showed me favor in all my works both in the field and in the house.”

“I know that I raced a red deer, and caught it, and prepared the meat for my father, and he did eat.”

“And the roes (deer) I used to master in the chase, and overtake all that was in the plains.”

“A wild mare I overtook, and caught it and tamed it.”

“I slew a lion and plucked a young goat out of its mouth.”

“I took a bear by its paw and hurled it down the cliff, and it was crushed.”

“I outran the wild boar, and seizing it as I ran, I tore it in sunder.”

“A leopard in Hebron leaped upon my dog, and I caught it by the tail, and hurled it on the rocks, and it was broken in two.”

“I found a wild ox feeding in the fields, and seizing it by the horns, and whirling it round and stunning it, I cast it from me and slew it.”

“And when the two kings of the Canaanites came sheathed…in armor against our flocks, and much people with them, single handed I rushed upon the king of Hazor, and smote him on the greaves and dragged him down, and so I slew him.”

“And the other…the king of Tappuah, as he sat upon his horse, I slew, and so I scattered all his people.”

“Achor, the king, a man of giant stature…”

“I found, hurling javelins before and behind as he sat on horseback…”

“And I took up a stone of sixty pounds weight, and hurled it and smote his horse, and killed it.”

“And I fought with this other for two hours; and I split his shield in two…and I chopped off his feet, and killed him.”


“And as I was stripping off his breastplate…”

“Behold!…Nine men his companions began to fight with me…”

“And I wound my garment on my hand…and I slung stones at them, and killed four of them, and the rest fled.”

“And Yahgob my father slew Beelesath, king of all the kings…a giant in strength, twelve cubits (18 feet) high.”

“And fear fell upon them, and they ceased warring against us.”


“Therefore my father was free from anxiety in the wars when I was with my brethren.”

“For he saw in a vision concerning me that an angel of might followed me everywhere, that I should not be overcome.”

“And in the south there came upon us a greater war than that in Shechem; and…”

“I joined in battle array with my brethren, and pursued a thousand men…and slew of them two hundred men and four kings.”

“And I went up upon the wall…and I slew four mighty men.”

“And so we captured Hazor, and took all the spoil.”

“And the next day we departed to Aretan, a city strong and walled and inaccessible, threatening us with death.”


“But I and Gad approached on the east side of the city, and Reuben and Levi on the west.”

“And they that were upon the wall, thinking that we were alone, were drawn down against us.”

“And so my brothers secretly climbed up the wall on both sides by stakes, and entered the city, while the men knew it not.”

“And we took it with the edge of the sword.”

“And as for those who had taken refuge in the tower…we set fire to the tower and took both it and, them.”

“And as we were departing the men of Tappuah seized our spoil…and seeing this we fought with them.”

“And we slew them all…and recovered our spoil.”

“And when I was at the waters of Kozeba, the men of Jobel came against us to battle.”

“And we fought with them and routed them; and their allies from Shiloh we slew…and we did not leave them power to come in against us.”

“And the men of Makir came upon us the fifth day, to seize our spoil; and we attacked them and overcame them in fierce battle…”

“For there was a host of mighty men among them, and we slew them before they had gone up the ascent.”

“And when we came to their city their women rolled upon us stones from the brow of the hill on which the city stood.”

“And I and Simeon had ourselves behind the town, and seized upon the heights, and destroyed this city also.”

“And the next day it was told us that the king of the city of Gaash with a mighty host was coming against us.”

I…therefore, and Dan pretended ourselves to be Amorites, and as allies went into their city.”

“And in the depth of night our brethren came and we opened to them the gates; and we destroyed all the men and their substance…and we took for a prey all that was theirs, and their three walls we cast down.”

“And we drew near to Thamna, where was all the substance of the hostile kings.”

“Then being insulted by them…I was therefore angry, and rushed against them to the summit…and they kept slinging against me stones and darts.”

“And had not Dan my brother aided me,they would have slain me.”

“We came upon them, therefore, with wrath, and they all fled; and passing by another way, they fought my father, and he made peace with them.”

“And we did to them no hurt, and they became tributary to us, and we restored to them their spoil.”

“And I built Thamna, and my father built Pabaal.”

“I was twenty years old when this war befell.”

“And the Canaanites feared me and my brethren.”

“And I had much cattle, and I had for chief herdsman Iram the Adullamite.”

“And when I went to him I saw Parsaba, king of Adullam; and he spoke unto us, and he made us a feast…and when I was heated he gave me his daughter Bathshua to wife.”

“She bare me Er, and Onan and Shelah; and two of them Yah smote: for Shelah lived, and his children are you.”

“And eighteen years my father abode in peace with his brother Esau, and his sons with us, after that we came from Mesopotamia, from Laban.”

“And when eighteen years were fulfilled, in the fortieth year of my life, Esau…the brother of my father, came upon us with a mighty and strong people.”

“And Yahgob smote Esau with an arrow, and he was taken up wounded on Mount Seir, and as he went he died at Anoniram.”

“And we pursued after the sons of Esau.”

“Now they had a city with walls of iron and gates of brass…”

Mount Seir…is Petra

“And we could not enter into it, and we encamped around, and besieged it.”

Petra is Mount Seir

“And when they opened not to us in twenty days, I set up a ladder in the sight of all and with my shield upon my head I went up…”

“Sustaining the assault of stones, upwards of three talents weight (33kg or 72 lbs); and I slew four of their mighty men.”

“And Reuben and Gad slew six others.”

“Then they asked from us terms of peace; and having taken counsel with our father, we received them as tributaries.”

“And they gave us five hundred cor’s of wheat, five hundred baths of oil, five hundred measures of wine…until the famine, when we went down into Mizrahyim.”

“And after these things my son Er took to wife Tamar, from Mesopotamia, a daughter of Aram.”

“Now Er was wicked…and he was in need concerning Tamar, because she was not of the land of Canaan.”

“And on the third night an Malak (angel) of Yah smote him.”

“And he had not known her according to the evil craftiness of his mother, for he did not wish to have children by her.”

“In the days of the wedding feast I gave Onan to her in marriage; and he also in wickedness knew her not, though he spent with her a year.”

“And when I threatened him he went in unto her…but he spilled the seed on the ground, according to the command of his mother, and he also died through wickedness.”

“And I wished to give Shelah also to her, but his mother did not permit it; for she wrought evil against Tamar…because she was not the daughters of Canaan, as she also herself was.”

“And I knew that the race of the Canaanites was wicked, but the impulse of youth blinded my mind.”

“And when I saw her pouring out wine, owing to the intoxication of wine…”

“I was deceived, and took her although my father had not counselled it.”

“And while I was away she went and took for Shelah a wife from Canaan.”

“And when I knew what she had done, I cursed her in the anguish of my soul.”

“And she also died through her wickedness together with her sons.”

“And after these things, while Tamar was a widow, she heard after two years that I was going up, to shear my sheep, and adorned herself in bridal array, and sat in the city Enaim by the gate.”

“For it was a law of the Amorites, that she who was about to marry should sit in fornication seven days by the gate.”

“Therefore being drunk with wine, I did not recognize her; and her beauty deceived me, through the fashion of her adorning.”

“And I turned aside to her, and said…”

“Let me go in unto you.”

“And she said:..”

“What will you give me?”

“And I gave her my staff, and my girdle, and the diadem of my kingdom in pledge.”

A diadem is a type of crown, specifically an ornamental headband worn by monarchs and others as a badge of royalty.

“And I went in unto her…and she conceived”

“And not knowing what I had done, I wished to slay her; but she privily sent my pledges, and put me to shame.”

“And when I called her…I heard also the secret words which I spoke when lying with her in my drunkenness; and I could not slay her, because it was from Yah.”

“For I said, Lest haply she did it in subtlety, having received the pledge from another woman.”

“But I came not again near her while I lived, because I had done this abomination in all Yahdaim.”

“Moreover…they who were in the city said there was no harlot in the gate, because she came from another place, and sat for a while in the gate.”

“And I thought that no one knew that I had gone in to her.”

“And after this we came into Mizrahyim to Yoseph, because of the famine.”

“And I was forty and six years old…and seventy and three years lived I in                                                 Mizrahyim.”

And now I command you…my children, hearken to Yahdah your father, and keep my sayings to perform all the ordinances of Yah, and to obey the commands of Yah.”

“And walk not after your lusts, nor in the imaginations of your thoughts in haughtiness of heart…and honor not in the deeds and strength of your youth, for this also is evil in the eyes of Yah.”

“Since I also honored that in wars no comely woman’s face ever enticed me, and reproved Reuben my brother concerning Bilhah…the wife of my father…”

“The spirits of jealousy and of fornication arrayed themselves against me, until I lay with Bathshua the Canaanite, and Tamar, who was espoused to my sons.”

“For I said to my father-in-law: I will take counsel with my father, and so will I take your daughter.”

“And he was unwilling but he showed me a boundless store of gold in his daughter’s behalf; for he was a king.”

“And he adorned her with gold and pearls, and caused her to pour out wine for us at the feast with the beauty of women.”

And the wine turned aside my eyes, and pleasure blinded my heart.

“And I became fascinated of and I lay with her…and transgressed the Commandment of Yah and the commandment of my fathers, and I took her to wife.”

“And Yah rewarded me according to the imagination of my heart, inasmuch as I had no delight in her children.”

“And now…my children, I say unto you, be not drunk with wine; for wine turn the mind away from, the truth, and inspires the passion of lust, and lead the eyes into error.”

“For the spirit of fornication have wine as a minister to give pleasure to the mind; for these two also take away the mind of man.”

“For if a man drink wine to drunkenness, it disturb the mind with filthy thoughts leading to fornication, and heat the body to carnal union; and if the occasion of the lust be present, he work the wickedness, and is not ashamed.”

“Such is the inebriated man, my children; for he who is drunken reverence no man.”

“For, lo, it made me also to err, so that I was not ashamed of the multitude in the city, in that before the eyes of all I turned aside unto Tamar…”

“And I worked a great transgression, and I uncovered the covering of my sons’ shame.”

“After I had drunk wine I reverenced not the Commandment of Yah…and I took a woman of Canaan to wife.”

“For much discretion need the man who drink wine, my children; and herein is discretion in drinking wine, a man may drink so long as he preserve modesty.”

“But if he go beyond this limit the spirit of deceit attack his mind, and it make the drunkard to talk filthily…”

“And to transgress and not to be ashamed, but even to honor in his shame, and to account himself honorable.”

“He that commit fornication is not aware when he suffers loss…and is not ashamed when put to dishonor.”

“For even though a man be a king and commit fornication, he is stripped of his kingship by becoming the slave of fornication…as I myself also suffered.”

“For I gave my staff, that is, the stay of my tribe; and my girdle, that is, my power; and my diadem, that is, the honor of my kingdom.”

“And indeed I repented of these things; wine and flesh I eat not until my old age, nor did I behold any delight.”

“And the Malak (angel) of Yah showed me that for ever do women bear rule over king and beggar alike.”

“And from the king they take away his honor, and from the valiant man his might, and from the beggar even that little which is the stay of his poverty.”

“Observe, therefore, my children, the right limit in wine; for there are in it four evil spirits–of lust, of hot desire, of profligacy, of filthy money.”

“If you drink wine in gladness, be you modest in the fear of Yah.”

“For if in your gladness the fear of Yah depart…then drunkenness arise and shamelessness steal in.”

“But if you would live soberly do not touch wine at all, lest you transgress in words of outrage…”

“And in fighting’s and slanders, and transgressions of the Commandments of Yah, and you perish before your time.”

“Moreover, wine reveal the mysteries of Yah and men, even as I also revealed the Commandments of Yah…”

“And the mysteries of Yahgob my father to the Canaanite woman Bathshua, which Yah bade me not to reveal.”

“And wine is a cause both of war and confusion.”

“And now…I command you, my children, not to love money, nor to gaze upon the beauty of women; because for the sake of money and beauty I was led astray to Bathshua the Canaanite.”

“For I know that because of these two things shall my race fall into wickedness.”

“For even wise men among my sons shall they mar, and shall cause the kingdom of Yahdah to be diminished…which Yah gave me because of my obedience to my father.”

“For I never caused grief to Yahgob, my father…for all things whatsoever he commanded I did.”

“And Isaac, the father of my father, honored me to be king in Yahdaim…and Yahgob further honored me in like manner.”

“And I know that from me shall the Kingdom be established.”

“And I know what evils you will do in the last days.”

“Beware…therefore, my children, of fornication, and the love of money, and hearken to Yahdah your father.”

“For these things withdraw you from the Law of Yah…and blind the inclination of the soul, and teach arrogance, and suffer not a man to have compassion upon his neighbor.”

“They rob his soul of all goodness, and oppress him with toils and troubles, and drive away sleep from him, and devour his flesh.”

“And he hinder the Sacrifices of Yah; and he remember not the honor of Yah…he hearken not to a prophet when he speak, and resent the words of righteousness.”

“For he is a slave to two contrary passions, and cannot obey Yah…because they have blinded his soul, and he walk in the day as in the night.”

“My children, the love of money lead to idolatry…because, when led astray through money, men name as gods those who are not gods, and it cause him who have it to fall into madness.”

“For the sake of money…I lost my children, and had not my repentance, and my humiliation, and the prayers of my father been accepted, I should have died childless.”

“But Yah of my fathers had mercy on me, because I did it in ignorance.”

“And the prince of deceit blinded me…and I transgressed as a man and as flesh, being corrupted through wickedness; and I learnt my own weakness while thinking myself invincible.”

“Know, therefore, my children…that two spirits wait upon man-the spirit of truth and the spirit of deceit.”

“And in the midst is the spirit of understanding of the mind, to which it belong to turn wheresoever it will.”

“And the works of truth and the works of deceit are written upon the hearts of men, and each one of them Yah know.”

“And there is no time at which the works of men can be hid…for on the heart itself have they been written down before Yah.”

“And the spirit of truth testified all things, and accuse all…and the wicked is burnt up by his own heart, and cannot raise his face to the judge.”

“And now, my children…”

“I command you, love Levi, that you may abide, and exalt not yourselves against him, lest you be utterly destroyed.”

“For to me Yah gave the Kingdom, and to him the Priesthood, and He set the Kingdom beneath the Priesthood.”

“To me He gave the things upon the earth; to him the things in the heavens.”

“As the heaven is higher than the earth, so is the Priesthood of Yah higher than the earthly Kingdom…unless it falls away through iniquity from Yah and is dominated by the earthly kingdom.”

“For the Malak of Yah said unto me…”

“Yah chose him rather than you, to draw near to Him, and to eat of His Table and to offer Him the first-fruits of the choice things of the sons of Yah…but you shall be King of Yahgob.”

“And you shall be among them as the sea.”

“For as, on the sea, just and unjust are tossed about, some taken into captivity while some are enriched…so also shall every race of men be in you…”

“Some shall be impoverished, being taken captive, and others grow rich by plundering the possessions of others.”

“For the kings shall be as sea-monsters.”

“They shall swallow men like fishes: the sons and daughters of freemen shall they enslave; houses, lands, flocks, money shall they plunder:”

“And with the flesh of many shall they wrongfully feed the ravens and the cranes; and they shall advance in evil in covetousness uplifted…and there shall be false prophets like tempest, and they shall persecute all righteous men.”

“And Yah shall bring upon them divisions one against another.”

“And there shall be continual wars in Yahdaim…”

“And among men of another race shall my Kingdom be brought to an end, until the Salvation of Yahdaim shall come.”

“Until the appearing of Yah of righteousness, that Yahgob, may rest in peace.”

“And He shall guard the might of my Kingdom for ever; for Yah aware to me with an oath that He would not destroy the Kingdom from my seed for ever.”

“Now I have much grief, my children, because of your lewdness and witchcraft’s…”

and idolatresses which you shall practice against the Kingdom…following them that have familiar spirits, diviners, and demons of error.”

“You shall make your daughters singing girls and harlots, and you shall mingle in the abominations of the Gentiles.”

“For which things’ sake Yah shall bring upon you famine and pestilence, death and the sword…beleaguering by enemies, and revelings of friends…”

“The slaughter of children, the rape of wives, the plundering of possessions…”

“The burning of the Temple of Yah, the laying waste of the land, the enslavement of yourselves among the                                           Gentiles.”

“And they shall make some of you eunuchs for their wives.”

“Until Yah visit you…when with perfect heart you repent and walk in all His Commandments, and He bring you up from captivity among the Gentiles.”

“And after these things shall a star arise to you from Yahgob in peace…”

“And a man shall arise from my seed, like the sun of righteousness…”

(King Dawid)

“Walking with the sons of men in meekness and righteousness…”

“And no iniquity shall be found in him.”

“And the heavens shall be opened unto him, to pour out the spirit, even the honor of the Father; and He shall pour out the Ruach of favor upon you…”

“And you shall be unto Him sons in truth, and you shall walk in His Commandments first and last.”

“Then shall the scepter of my Kingdom shine forth…and from your root shall arise a stem; and from it shall grow a rod of righteousness to the Gentiles, to judge and to save all that call upon Yah.”

“And after these things shall Abraham and Isaac and Yahgob arise unto life…and I and my brethren shall be chiefs of the tribes of Yahdaim:”

“Levi first…I the second, Yoseph third, Benjamin fourth, Simeon fifth, Issachar sixth, and so all in order.”

“And Yah honored Levi, and the Malak of the Presence…me; the powers of honor, Simeon; the heaven, Reuben; the earth, Issachar; the sea, Zebulun; the mountains, Yoseph…”

“The Tabernacle, Benjamin; the luminaries, Dan; Eden, Naphtali; the sun, Gad; the moon, Asher.”

“And you shall be the people of Yah, and have one tongue…and there shall be there no spirit of deceit of Satan, for he shall be cast into the fire forever.”

“And they who have died in grief shall arise in gladness, and they who were poor for Yah’s sake shall be made rich…and they who are put to death for Yah’s sake shall awake to life.”

“And the hearts of Yahgob shall run in gladness, and the eagles of Yahdaim shall fly in gladness…and all the people shall honor Yah forever.”

“Observe, therefore, my children…all the Law of Yah, for there is hope for all them who hold fast unto, His ways.”

“Behold!…I die before your eyes this day, a hundred and nineteen years old.”

“Let no one bury me in costly apparel, nor tear open my bowels…for this shall they who are kings do; and carry me up to Hebron with you.”

And Yahdah…when he had said these things, fell asleep; and his sons did according to all whatsoever he commanded them, and they buried him in Hebron, with his fathers.



The Fifth Son of Yahgob and Leah.

Issachar, the fifth son of Yahgob and Leah. The righteous child of hire for mandrakes. He appeals for simplicity.

The Last Words of Issachar.

For he called his sons and said to them:

“Listen, my children, to Issachar your father… give ear to the words of him who is beloved of Yah.”

“I was born the fifth son to Yahgob, by way of hire for the mandrakes.”

“For Reuben my brother brought in mandrakes from the field…and Rachal met him and took them.”

“And Reuben wept…and at his voice Leah my mother came forth.”

“Now these mandrakes were sweet-smelling apples which were produced in the land of Haran below a ravine of water.”

“And Rachal said…”

“I will not give them to you, but they shall be to me instead of children.”

“For Yah has despised me…and I have not borne children to Yahgob.”

“Now there were two apples; and Leah said to Rachal…”

“Let it suffice you that you has taken my husband…will you take these also?”

“And Rachal said to her…”

“You shall have Yahgob this night for the mandrakes of your son…”

“And Leah said to her…”

“Yahgob is mine…for I am the wife of his youth.”

“But Rachal said…”

“Boast not…and vaunt not yourself; for he espoused me before you…”

“And for my sake he served our father fourteen years!”

“And had not craft increased on the earth and the wickedness of men prospered, you would not now see the face of Yahgob.”

“For you are not his wife…but in craft were taken to him in my stead.”

“And my father deceived me, and removed me on that night, and did not suffer Yahgob to see me; for had I been there, this had not happened to him.”

“Nevertheless…for the mandrakes I am hiring Yahgob to you for one night.”

“And Yahgob knew Leah…and she conceived and bare me, and on account of the hire I was called Issachar.”

“Then appeared to Yahgob an Malak of Yah, saying…”

“Two children shall Rachal bear, inasmuch as she has refused company with her husband, and has chosen contingency.”

“And had not Leah my mother paid the two apples for the sake of his company, she would have borne eight sons…for this reason she bare six, and Rachal bare the two: for on account of the mandrakes Yah visited her.”

“For He knew that for the sake of children she wished to company with Yahgob, and not for lust of pleasure.”

“For on the morrow also she again gave up Yahgob.”

“Because of the mandrakes…therefore, Yah hearkened to Rachal.

“For though she desired them…she ate them not, but offered them in the house of Yah, presenting them to the Priest of the Most High who was at that time.”

“When, therefore…I grew up, my children, I walked in uprightness of heart, and I became a husbandman for my father and my brethren, and I brought in fruits from the field according to their season.”

“And my father honored me…for he saw that I walked in virtue before him.”

“And I was not a busybody in my doings…nor envious and malicious against my neighbor.”

“I never slandered any one…nor did I criticized the life of any man, walking as I did in singleness of eye.”

“Therefore, when I was thirty-five years old, I took to myself a wife…for my labor wore away my strength, and I never thought upon pleasure with women; but owing to my toil, sleep overcame me.”

“And my father always delight in my righteousness, because I offered through the Priest to Yah all first-fruits; then to my father also.”

“And Yah increased ten thousand fold His benefits in my hands; and also Yahgob, my father, knew that Yah aided my singleness.”

“For on all the poor and oppressed I bestowed the good things of the earth in the singleness of my heart.”

“And now, hearken to me…my children, and walk in singleness of your heart, for I have seen in it all that is well-pleasing to Yah.”

“The single-minded man covet not gold, he overreach not his neighbor, he long not after manifold dainties, he delight not in varied apparel.”

“He does not desire to live a long life, but only wait for the will of Yah.”

“And the spirits of deceit have no power against him…for he look not on the beauty of women, lest he should pollute his mind with corruption.”

“There is no envy in his thoughts, no malicious person make his soul to pine away, nor worry with insatiable desire in his mind.”

“For he walk in singleness of soul, and behold all things in uprightness of heart, shunning eyes made evil through the error of the world…lest he should see the perversion of any of the Commandments of the Yah.”

“Keep, therefore, my children, the Law of Yah…and get singleness, and walk in guilelessness, not playing the busybody with the business of your neighbor, but love Yah and your neighbor, have compassion on the poor and weak.”

“Bow down your back unto husbandry, and toil in labors in all manner of husbandry, offerings to Yah with thanksgiving.”

“For with the first-fruits of the earth will Yah increase you, even as He increased all the righteous  from Abel even until now.”

“For no other portion is given to you than of the fatness of the earth…whose fruits are raised by toil.”

“For our father Yahgob increased me with increases of the earth and of first-fruits.”

“And Levi and Yahdah were honored by Yah even among the sons of Yahgob; for Yah gave them an inheritance, and to Levi He gave the Priesthood, and to Yahdah the Kingdom.”

“And do you therefore obey them, and walk in the singleness of your father; for unto Gad have it been given to destroy the troops that are coming upon Yahdaim.”

“Know you therefore, my children…that in the last times your sons will forsake singleness… and will cleave unto insatiable desire.”

“And leaving guilelessness, will draw near to malice; and forsaking the Commandments of Yah…they will cleave unto Satan.”

“And leaving husbandry, they will follow after their own wicked devices, and they shall be dispersed among the Gentiles, and shall serve their enemies.”

“And do you therefore give these commands to your children, that, if they transgress, they may the more quickly return to Yah…”

“For He is merciful, and will deliver them, even to bring them back into their land.”

“Behold, therefore, as you see, I am a hundred and twenty-six years old and am not conscious of committing any iniquity.”

“Except my wife I have not known any woman. I never committed fornication by the uplifting of my eyes.”

 “I drank not wine…to be led astray thereby…”

“I coveted not any desirable thing that was my neighbor’s.”

 “Guile arose not in my heart…”

 “A lie passed not through my lips.”

“If any man were in distress I joined my sighs with his…”

 “And I shared my bread with the poor.”

“I wrought righteousness…all my days I kept truth.”

“I loved Yah; likewise also every man with all my heart.”

“So do you also these things, my children, and every spirit of Satan shall flee from you, and no deed of wicked men shall rule over you…”

“And every wild beast shall you subdue, since you have with you Yah of heaven and earth and walk with men in singleness of heart.”

“And having said these things, he commanded his sons that they should carry him up to Hebron, and bury him there in the cave with his fathers.”

And he stretched out his feet and died, at a good old age; with every limb sound, and with strength unabated, he slept the eternal sleep.



The Sixth Son of Yahgob and Leah.

The Last Words of Zebulun, which he enjoined on his sons before he died in the hundred and fourteenth year of his life, two years after the death of Yoseph.

 “And he said to them…”

“Hearken to me, you sons of Zebulun attend to the words of your father.”

 “I, Zebulun…was born a good bestow to my parents.”

“For when I was born my father was honored very exceedingly, both in flocks and herds, when with the straked rods he had his portion.”

“I am not conscious that I have transgressed all my days, save in thought.”

“Nor yet do I remember that I have done any iniquity…except the transgress of ignorance which I committed against Yoseph; for I covenanted with my brethren not to tell my father what had been done.”

Genesis 37:3-4

Now Yahgob loved Yoseph more than all his children, because he was the son of his old age: and he made him a coat of many colors.

Coat of Many Colors

And when his brethren saw that their father loved him more than all his brethren, they hated him, and could not speak peaceably unto him.

“But I wept in secret many days on account of Yoseph…for I feared my brethren, because they had all agreed that if any one should declare the secret, he should be slain.”

“But when they wished to kill him, I adjured them much with tears not to be guilty of this wickedness.”

“For Simeon and Gad came against Yoseph to kill him, and he said unto them with tears…”

“Pity me, my brethren, have mercy upon the bowels of Yahgob our father…”

“Lay not upon me your hands to shed innocent blood, for I have not transgressed against you.”

“And if indeed I have transgressed, with chastening chastise me, my brethren, but lay not upon me your hand, for the sake of Yahgob our father…”

“And as he spoke these words, wailing as he did so..I was unable to bear his lamentations, and began to weep, and my liver was poured out, and all the substance of my bowels was loosened.”

“And I wept with Yoseph and my heart sounded, and the joints of my body trembled, and I was not able to stand.”

“And when Yoseph saw me weeping with him, and them coming against him to slay him, he fled behind me, beseeching them.”

“But meanwhile Reuben arose and said: Come, my brethren, let us not slay him, but let us cast him into one of these dry pits, which our fathers digged and found no water.”

“For for this cause Yah forbade that water should rise up in them in order that Yoseph should be preserved.”

“And they did so, until they sold him to the Ishmaelite’s.”

“For in his price I had no share, my children.”

“But Simeon and Gad and six other of our brethren took the price of Yoseph, and bought sandals for themselves, and their wives, and their children, saying…”

“We will not eat of it, for it is the price of our brother’s blood…but we will assuredly tread it under foot, because he said that he would be king over us, and so let us see what will become of his dreams.”

“Therefore it is written in the writing of the law of Mosheh…that whosoever will not raise up seed to his brother, his sandal should be unloosed, and they should spit in his face.”

“And the brethren of Yoseph wished not that their brother should live, and Yah loosed from them the sandal which they wore against Yoseph their brother.”

“For when they came into Mizrahyim they were unloosed by the servants of Yoseph outside the gate, and so they made obeisance to Yoseph after the fashion of King Pharaoh.”

“And not only did they make obeisance to him, but were spit upon also, falling down before him forthwith, and so they were put to shame before. the people of Mizrahyim.”

“For after this the people of Mizrahyim heard all the evils that they had done to Yoseph.”

“And after he was sold my brothers sat down to eat and drink.”

“But I…through pity for Yoseph, did not eat, but watched the pit, since Yahdah feared lest Simeon, Dan, and Gad should rush off and slay him.”

“But when they saw that I did not eat, they set me to watch him, till he was sold to the Ishmaelite’s.”

“And when Reuben came and heard that while he was away Yoseph had been sold, he rent his garments, and mourning, said…”

 “How shall I look on the face of my father Yahgob?”

“And he took the money and ran after the merchants but as he failed to find them he returned grieving.”

“But the merchants had left the broad road and marched through the Troglodytes by a short cut.”

“But Reuben was grieved…and ate no food that day.”

“Dan therefore came to him and said: “Weep not, neither grieve; for we have found what we can say to our father Yahgob.”

 Let us slay a kid of the goats, and dip in it the coat of Yoseph; and let us send it to Yahgob, saying: “Know, is this the coat of your son?”

“And they did so. For they stripped off from Yoseph his coat when they were selling him, and put upon him the garment of a slave.”

“Now Simeon took the coat, and would not give it up, for he wished to rend it with his sword, as he was angry that Yoseph lived and that he had not slain him.”

“Then we all rose up and said unto him: If you give not up the coat, we will say to our father that you alone did this evil thing in Yahdaim.”

“And so he gave it unto them, and they did even as Dan had said.”

And now children…I command you to keep the Commands of Yah, and to show mercy to your neighbors, and to have compassion towards all, not towards men only, but also towards beasts.”

“For all this thing’s sake Yah increased me, and when all my brethren were sick, I escaped without sickness, for Yah know the purposes of each.”

“Have, therefore, compassion in your hearts, my children, because even as a man does to his neighbor, even so also will Yah do to him.”

“For the sons of my brethren were sickening and were dying on account of Yoseph…”

“Because they showed not mercy in their hearts; but my sons were preserved without sickness, as you know.”

“And when I was in the land of Canaan, by the sea-coast, I made a catch of fish for Yahgob my father; and when many were choked in the sea, I continued unhurt.”

 “I was the first to make a boat to sail upon the sea, for Yah gave me understanding and wisdom therein.”

“And I let down a rudder behind it, and I stretched a sail upon another upright piece of wood in the midst.”

 And I sailed therein along the shores, catching fish for the house of my father until we came to Mizrahyim.

“And through compassion I shared my catch with every stranger.”

“And if a man were a stranger, or sick, or aged, I boiled the fish, and dressed them well, and offered them to all men, as every man had need, grieving with and having compassion upon them.”

“Wherefore also Yah satisfied me with abundance of fish when catching fish; for he that share with his neighbor receive manifold more from Yah.”

“For five years I caught fish and gave thereof to every man whom I saw, and sufficed for all the house of my father.”

“And in the summer I caught fish, and in the winter I kept sheep with my brethren.”

 “Now I will declare unto you what I did.”

 “I saw a man in distress through nakedness in wintertime, and had compassion upon him, and stole away a garment secretly from my father’s house, and gave it to him who was in distress.”

“Do you, therefore, my children, from that which Yah bestow upon you, show compassion and mercy without hesitation to all men, and give to every man with a good heart.”

“And if you have not the wherewithal to give to him that need, have compassion for him in bowels of mercy.”

“I know that my hand found not the wherewithal to give to him that needed, and I walked with him weeping for seven furlongs (220 yards), and my bowels yearned towards him in compassion.”

“Have, therefore, yourselves also, my children, compassion towards every man with mercy, that Yah also may have compassion and mercy upon you.”

“Because also in, the last days Yah will send His compassion on the earth, and where so ever He find bowels of mercy He dwell in him.”

“For in the degree in which a man has compassion upon his neighbors, in the same degree have Yah also upon him.”

“And when we went down into Mizrahyim, Yoseph bore no malice against us.”

“To whom taking heed, do you also, my children, approve yourselves without malice, and love one another; and do not set down in account, each one of you, evil against his brother.”

“For this break unity and divide all kindred, and trouble the soul, and wear away the countenance.”

“Observe, therefore, the waters, and know when they flow together, they sweep along stones, trees, earth, and other things.”

“But if they are divided into many streams, the earth swallow them up…and they vanish away.”

“So shall you also be if you be divided. Be not You, therefore, divided into two heads for everything which Yah made have but one head, and two shoulders, two hands, two feet, and all the remaining members.”

“For I have learnt in the writing of my fathers, that you shall be divided in Yahdaim, and you shall follow two kings, and shall work every abomination.”

“And your enemies shall lead you captive, and you shall be evil entreated among the Gentiles, with many infirmities and tribulations.”

“And after these things you shall remember Yah and repent, and He shall have mercy upon you, for He is merciful and compassionate.”

“And He set not down in account evil against the sons of men, because they are flesh, and are deceived through their own wicked deeds.”

“And after these things shall there arise unto you Yah Himself…the Light of Righteousness, and you shall return unto your land.”

“And you shall see Him in Yahrusalem, for His name’s sake.”

“And again through the wickedness of your works shall you provoke Him to anger…”

“And you shall be cast away by Him unto the time of consummation.”

“And now, my children…grieve not that I am dying, nor be cast down in that I am coming to my end.”

“For I shall rise again in the midst of you, as a ruler in the midst of his sons; and I shall delight in the midst of my tribe, as many as shall keep the Law of Yah, and the commandments of Zebulun their father.”

“But upon the unrighteous shall Yah bring eternal fire…and destroy them throughout all generations.”

“But I am now hastening away to my rest, as did also my fathers.”

“But do you fear Yah with all your strength all the days of your life.”

And when he had said these things he fell asleep, at a good old age.

And his sons laid him in a wooden coffin. And afterwards they carried him up and buried him in Hebron, with his fathers.



The Seventh Son of Yahgob and Bilhah.

The seventh son of Yahgob and Bilhah. The jealous one. He counsels against anger saying that “it give peculiar vision.” 

The Last Words of Dan, which he spoke to his sons in his last days, in the hundred and twenty-fifth year of his life.

 For he called together his family, and said:

“Listen to my words…you sons of Dan; and give heed to the words of your father.”

“I have proved in my heart, and in my whole life, that truth with just dealing is good and well pleasing to Yah…and that lying and anger are evil, because they teach man all wickedness.”

“I confess, therefore…this day to you, my children, that in my heart I resolved on the death of Yoseph my brother, the true and good man.”

“And I delight that he was sold…because his father loved him more than us.”

“For the spirit of jealousy and pride said to me: you yourself also are his son.”

“And one of the spirits of Satan stirred me up, saying…”

“Take this sword, and with it slay Yoseph: so shall your father love you when he is dead.”

“Now this is the spirit of anger that persuaded me to crush Yoseph as a leopard  crush a young goat.”

“But Yah of my fathers did not suffer him to fall into my hands…so that I should find him alone and slay him, and cause a second Tribe to be destroyed in Yahdaim.”

“And now, my children…Behold!”

“I am dying, and I tell you of a truth, that unless you keep yourselves from the spirit of lying and of anger, and love truth and long suffering, you shall perish.”

“For anger is blindness, and does not suffer one to see the face of any man with truth.”

“For though it be a father or a mother, he behave towards them as enemies; though it be a brother, he know him not; though it be a prophet of Yah, he disobey him…though a righteous man, he regard him not; though a friend, he does not acknowledge him.”

“For the spirit of anger encompass him with the net of deceit, and blind his eyes, and through lying darken his mind, and give him its own peculiar vision.”

“And which encompass it his eyes? With hatred of heart…so as to be envious of his brother.”

“For anger is an evil thing, my children…for it trouble even the soul itself.”

“And the body of the angry man it make its own, and over his soul it get the mastery, and it bestow upon the body power that it may work all iniquity.”

“And when the body does all these things, the soul justify what is done, since it see not rightly.”

“Therefore he that is wrathful, if he be a mighty man, has a threefold power in his anger…one by the help of his servants; and a second by his wealth…”

“Whereby he persuade and overcome wrongfully; and thirdly, having his own natural power he work thereby the evil.”

“And though the wrathful man be weak, yet has he a power twofold of that which is by nature; for wrath ever aid such in lawlessness.”

“This spirit go always with lying at the right hand of Satan…that with cruelty and lying his works may be worked.”

“Understand you…therefore, the power of wrath, that it is vain.”

“For it first of all give provocation by word; then by deeds it strengthen him who is angry…and with sharp losses disturb his mind, and so stir up with great wrath his soul.”

“Therefore…when any one speak against you, be not you moved to anger, and if any man praise you as righteous men, be not uplifted: be not moved either to delight or to disgust…”

“For first it please the hearing, and so make the mind keen to perceive the grounds for provocation…and then being enraged, he think that he is justly angry.”

“If you fall into any loss or ruin, my children, be not afflicted…for this very spirit make a man desire that which is perishable, in order that he may be enraged through the affliction.”

“And if you suffer loss voluntarily, or involuntarily, be not vexed…for from vexation arise wrath with lying.”

“Moreover, a twofold mischief is wrath with lying…and they assist one another in order to disturb the heart…”

“And when the soul is continually disturbed, Yah depart from it, and Satan rule over it.”

“Observe…therefore, my children, the Commandments of Yah, and keep His Law…”

“Depart from wrath, and hate lying, that Yah may dwell among you, and Satan may flee from you.”

“Speak truth each one with his neighbor. So shall you not fall into wrath and confusion,,,”

“But you shall be in peace…having Yah of peace, so shall no war prevail over you.”

“Love Yah through all your life…and one another with a true heart.”

“I know that in the last days you shall depart from Yah, and you shall provoke Levi unto anger, and fight against Yahdah…but you shall not prevail against them, for an Malak of Yah shall guide them both; for by them shall Yahdaim stand.”

“And when so ever you depart from Yah, you shall walk in all evil and work the abominations of the Gentiles…going a-whoring after women of the lawless ones, while with all wickedness the spirits of wickedness work in you.”

“For I have read in the book of Enoch, the righteous, that your prince is Satan, and that all the spirits of wickedness and pride will conspire to attend constantly on the sons of Levi, to cause them to transgress before Yah.”

“And my sons will draw near to Levi, and transgress with them in all things…and the sons of Yahdah will be covetous, plundering other men’s goods like lions.”

“Therefore shall you be led away with them into captivity…and there shall you receive all the plagues of Mizrahyim, and all the evils of the Gentiles.”

“And so when you return to Yah you shall obtain mercy…and He shall bring you into His Sanctuary, and He shall give you peace.”

“And there shall arise unto you from the tribe of Yahdah and of Levi the salvation of Yah; (King Dawid) and he shall make war against Satan”

“And execute an everlasting vengeance on our enemies…and the captivity shall he take from Satan the righteous, and turn disobedient hearts unto Yah…and give to them that call upon him eternal peace And the righteous shall rest in Eden…”

“And in the New Yahrusalem shall the righteous delight, and it shall be unto the Honor of Yah for ever.”

“And no longer shall Yahrusalem endure desolation, nor Yahdaim be led captive; for Yah shall be in the midst of it (living among men), and One King (Dawid) shall reign over it in humility; and among men in truth.”

“And now…fear Yah, my children, and beware of Satan and his spirits.”

“Draw near unto Yah and unto the Malak (angel) that intercede for you, for he is a mediator between Yah and man, and for the peace of Yahdaim he shall stand up against the kingdom of the enemy.”

“Therefore is the enemy eager to destroy all that call upon Yah.”

“For he know that upon the day on which Yahdaim shall repent…the kingdom of the enemy shall be brought to an end.”

“For the very Malak of peace shall strengthen Yahdaim…that it fall not into the extremity of evil.”

“And it shall be in the time of the lawlessness of Yahdaim…that Yah will not depart from them, but will transform them into a nation that does His will, for none of the Malakim (angels) will be equal unto him.

“And His name shall be in every place in Yahdaim, and among the Gentiles.”

“Keep, therefore, yourselves, my children, from every evil work, and cast away wrath and all lying, and love truth and long-suffering…”

“And the things which you have heard from your father, do you also impart to your children that the Savior Yah of the Yahdaim may receive you…for he is true and long-suffering, meek, and teach by his works the Law of Yah.”

“Depart…therefore, from all unrighteousness, and cleave unto the righteousness of Yah, and your race will be saved for ever.”

 “And bury me near my fathers.”

And when he had said these things he kissed them, and fell asleep at a good old age.

And his sons buried him, and after that they carried up his bones, and placed them near Abraham, and Isaac, and Yahgob.

 Nevertheless, Dan prophesied unto them that they should forget Yah, and should be alienated from the land of their inheritance and from the race of Yahdaim, and from the family of their seed.



The Eighth Son of Yahgob and Bilhah.

The Last Words of Naphtali, which he ordained at the time of his death in the hundred and thirtieth year of his life.

When his sons were gathered together in the seventh month, on the first day of the month, while still in good health, he made them a feast of food and wine.

And after he was awake in the morning, he said to them…”

“I am dying.”

And they believed him not.

And as he praised Yah…he grew strong and said that after yesterday’s feast he should die.

And he began then to say…”

“Hear, my children…you sons of Naphtali, hear the words of your father.”

“I was born from Bilhah, and because Rachal dealt craftily, and gave Bilhah in place of herself to Yahgob…and she conceived and bare me upon Rachal’s knees, therefore she called my name Naphtali.”

“For Rachal loved me very much because I was born upon her lap…and when I was still young she was wont to kiss me, and say…”

“May I have a brother of yours from mine own womb, like unto you.”

“Cause also Yoseph was like unto me in all things, according to the prayers of Rachal.”

“Now my mother was Bilhah, daughter of Rotheus the brother of Deborah, Rebecca’s nurse…who was born on one and the self-same day with Rachal.”

“And Rotheus was of the family of Abraham, a Chaldean, Yah-fearing, free-born, and noble.”

“And he was taken captive and was bought by Laban…and he gave him Euna his handmaid to wife, and she bore a daughter, and called her name Zilpah, after the name of the village in which he had been taken captive.”

“And next she bore Bilhah, saying…”

“My daughter hastens after what is new, for immediately that she was born she seized the breast and hastened to suck it.”

“And I was swift on my feet like the deer, and my father Yahgob appointed me for all messages, and as a deer did he give me his favor.”

“For as the potter know the vessel, how much it is to contain, and bring clay accordingly…so also does Yah make the body after the likeness of the spirit, and according to the capacity of the body does He implant the spirit.”

“And the one does not fall short of the other by a third part of a hair; for by weight, and measure, and rule was all the creation made.”

“And as the potter know the use of each vessel, what it is meet for, so also does Yah know the body, how far it will persist in goodness, and when it begin in evil.”

“For there is no inclination or thought which Yah know not, for He created every man after His own image.”

“For as a man’s strength, so also in his work; as his eye, so also in his sleep; as his soul, so also in his word either in the Law of Yah or in the law of Satan.”

“And as there is a division between light and darkness, between seeing and hearing, so also is there a division between man and man…’

“And between woman and woman; and it is not to be said that the one is like the other either in face or in mind.”

“For Yah made all things good in their order, the five senses in the head, and He joined on the neck to the head, adding to it the hair also for comeliness and distinction, then the heart for understanding…”

“The belly for excrement, and the stomach for grinding, the windpipe for taking in the breath…”

“The liver for wrath, the gall for bitterness, the spleen for laughter, the reins for prudence, the muscles of the loins for power, the lungs for drawing in, the loins for strength, and so forth.”

“So then, my children, let all your works be done in order with good intent in the fear of Yah…and do nothing disorderly in scorn or out of its due season.”

“For if you bid the eye to hear, it cannot; so neither while you are in darkness can you do the works of light.”

“Be you…therefore, not eager to corrupt your doings through covetousness or with vain words to beguile your souls…”

“Because if you keep silence in purity of heart…you shall understand how to hold fast the will of Yah, and to cast away the will of Satan.”

“Sun and moon and stars, change not their order…so do you also change not the Law of Yah in the disorderliness of your doings.”

“The Gentiles went astray…and forsook Yah, and charged their order, and obeyed stocks and stones, spirits of deceit.”

“But you shall not be so, my children, recognizing in the firmament, in the earth, and in the sea, and in all created things, Yah who made all things…that you become not as Sodom, which changed the order of nature.”

“In like manner the Watchers also changed the order of their nature, whom Yah cursed at the flood…on whose account He made the earth without inhabitants and fruitless.”

 “These things I say unto you, my children, for I have read in the writing of Enoch that you yourselves also shall depart from Yah…”

“Walking according to all the lawlessness of the Gentiles…and you shall do according to all the wickedness of Sodom.”

“And Yah shall bring captivity upon you, and there shall you serve your enemies, and you shall be bowed down with every affliction and tribulation, until Yah have consumed you all.”

“And after you have become diminished and made few…you return and acknowledge Yah your Father; and He shall bring you back into your land, according to His abundant mercy.”

“And it shall be, that after that they come into the land of their fathers, they shall again forget Yah and become wicked.”

“And Yah shall scatter them upon the face of all the earth, until the compassion of Yah shall come…”

“A man working righteousness and working mercy unto all them that are afar off, and to them that are near.”

“For in the fortieth year of my life, I saw a vision on the Mount of Olives, on the east of Yahrusalem, that the sun and the moon were standing still.”

“And behold Isaac, the father of my father, said to us…Run and lay hold of them, each one according to his strength; and to him that seize them will the sun and moon belong.”

“And we all of us ran together, and Levi laid hold of the sun, and Yahdah outstripped the others and seized the moon, and they were both of them lifted up with them.”

“And when Levi became as a sun, lo..a certain young man gave to him twelve branches of palm; and Yahdah was bright as the moon, and under their feet were twelve rays.”

“And the two…Levi and Yahdah, ran, and laid hold of them.”

“And lo…a bull upon the earth, with two great horns, and an eagle’s wings upon its back; and we wished to seize him, but could not.”

“But Yoseph came…and seized him, and ascended up with him on high.”

“And I saw, for I was there, and behold a writing appeared to us, saying…”

“Assyrians, Medes, Persians, Chaldeans, Syrians, shall possess in captivity the twelve tribes of Yahdaim.”

“And again, after seven days…I saw our father Yahgob standing by the sea of Jamnia, and we were with him.”

“And behold…there came a ship sailing by, without sailors or pilot; and there was written upon the ship, The Ship of Yahgob.”

“And our father said to us…Come, let us embark on our ship.”

“And when he had gone on board, there arose a vehement storm, and a mighty tempest of wind; and our father, who was holding the helm, departed from us.”

“And we, being tossed with the tempest, were borne along over the sea; and the ship was filled with water, and was pounded by mighty waves, until it was broken up.”

“And Yoseph fled away upon a little boat, and we were all divided upon nine planks, and Levi and Yahdah were together.”

“And we were all scattered unto the ends of the earth.”

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“Then Levi…girt about with sackcloth, prayed for us all unto the Yah.”

“And when the storm ceased, the ship reached the land as it were in peace.”

“And, lo…our father came, and we all delight with one accord.”

“These two dreams I told to my father; and he said to me…”

“These things must be fulfilled in their season…after that Yahdaim has endured many things.”

“Then my father said unto me…”

“I believe Yah that Yoseph live, for I see always that Yah number him with you.”

“And he said…weeping: Ah me, my son Yoseph, you live, though I behold you not, and you see not Yahgob that begat you.”

“He caused me also, therefore, to weep by these words…and I burned in my heart to declare that Yoseph had been sold, but I feared my brethren.”

“And lo!..My children, I have shown unto you the last times, how everything shall come to pass in Yahdaim.”

“Do you also, therefore, charge your children that they be united to Levi and to Yahdah…for through them shall salvation arise unto Yahdaim, and in them shall Yahgob be honored?”

“For through their Tribes shall Yah appear dwelling among men on earth…to save the race of Yahdaim, and to gather together the righteous from among the Gentiles.”

“If you work that which is good, my children, both men and Malakim (angeles) shall honor you…and Yah shall be praised among the Gentiles through you…”

” The devil shall flee from you, and the wild beasts shall fear you, and Yah shall love you, and the Malakim (angels) shall cleave to you.”

“As a man who has trained a child well is kept in kindly remembrance…so also for a good work there is a good remembrance before Yah.”

“But him that does not that which is good, both Malakim and men shall curse, and Yah shall be dishonored among the Gentiles through him…”

“And the devil shall make him as his own peculiar instrument, and every wild beast shall master him, and Yah shall hate him.”

“For the Commandments of the Law are twofold, and through prudence must they be fulfilled.”

“For there is a season for a man to embrace his wife, and a season to abstain therefrom for his prayer.”

“So, then, there are two Commandments; and…unless they be done in due order, they bring very great wickedness upon men.”

“So also is it with the other Commandments.”

“Be you therefore wise in Yah, my children, and prudent, understanding the order of His Commandments…and the Laws of every word, that Yah may love you…”

And when he had charged them with many such words, he exhorted them that they should remove his bones to Hebron, and that they should bury him with his fathers.

And when he had eaten and drunken with a merry heart, he covered his face and died.

And his sons did according to all that Naphtali their Father had commanded them.



The Ninth Son of Yahgob and Zilpah.

The Last Words of Gad, what things he spoke unto his sons, in the hundred and twenty-fifth year of his life, saying unto them:

“Hearken, my children…I was the ninth son born to Yahgob, and I was valiant in keeping the flocks.”

“Accordingly I guarded at night the flock; and whenever the lion came, or the wolf, or any wild beast against the fold…”

“I pursued it, and overtaking it I seized its foot with my hand and hurled it about a stone’s throw, and so killed it.”

“Now Yoseph my brother was feeding the flock with us for upwards of thirty days, and being young, he fell sick by reason of the heat.”

“And he returned to Hebron to our father, who made him lie down near him, because he loved him greatly.”

“And Yoseph told our father that the sons of Zilpah and Bilhah were slaying the best of the flock and eating them against the judgement of Reuben and Yahdah.”

“For he saw that I had delivered a lamb out of the mouth of a bear, and put the bear to death; but had slain the lamb, being grieved concerning it that it could not live, and that we had eaten it.”

“And regarding this matter I was wroth with Yoseph until the day that he was sold.”

“And the spirit of hatred was in me…and I wished not either to hear of Yoseph with the ears, or see him with the eyes, because he rebuked us to our faces saying that we were eating of the flock without Yahdah.”

“For whatsoever things he told our father, he believed him.”

“I confess now my children that oftentimes I wished to kill him, because I hated him from my heart.”

“Moreover…I hated him yet more for his dreams; and I wished to lick him out of the land of the living, even as an ox lick up the grass of the field.”

“And Yahdah sold him secretly to the Ishmaelite’s.”

“Thus Yah of our fathers delivered him from our hands, that we should not work great lawlessness in Yahdaim.”

“And now, my children, hearken to the words of truth to work righteousness, and all the Law of the Most High, and go not astray through the spirit of hatred, for it is evil in all the doings of men.”

“Whatsoever a man does the hater abominated him: and though a man work the Law of Yah, he praise him not; though a man fear Yah, and take pleasure in that which is righteous, he love him not.”

“He dispraised the truth, he envied him that prospered, he welcome evil-speaking, he love arrogance, for hatred blind his soul; as I also then looked on Yoseph.”

“Beware…therefore, my children of hatred, for it work lawlessness even against Yah Himself.”

“For it will not hear the words of His Commandments concerning the loving of one’s neighbor, and it transgress against Yah.”

“For if a brother stumble…it delight immediately to proclaim it to all men, and is urgent that he should be judged for it, and be punished and be put to death.”

“And if it be a servant it stir him up against his master, and with every affliction it devised against him, if possibly he can be put to death.”

“For hatred work with envy also against them that prosper: so long as it hear of or see their success it always languish.”

“For as love would quicken even the dead, and would call back them that are condemned to die, so hatred would slay the living, and those that had transgressed corrupted it would not suffer to live.”

“For the spirit of hatred work together with Satan, through hastiness of spirits, in all things to men’s death…but the spirit of love work together with the Law of Yah in long-suffering unto the salvation of men.”

“Hatred, therefore…is evil, for it constantly mate with lying, speaking against the truth…”

“And it make small things to be great, and cause the light to be darkness…”

“And call the sweet bitter, and teach slander, and kindle wrath, and stir up war, and violence and all covetousness; it fill the heart with evils and devilish poison.”

“These things, therefore…I say to you from experience, my children, that you may drive forth hatred, which is of the devil, and cleave to the love of Yah.”

“Righteousness cast out hatred…humility destroy envy.”

“For he that is just and humble is ashamed to do what is unjust…being reproved not of another, but of his own heart, because Yah look on his inclination.”

“He speak not against a man…because the fear of Yah overcome hatred.”

“For fearing lest he should offend Yah…he will not do wrong to any man, even in thought.”

“These things I learnt at last, after I had repented concerning Yoseph.”

“For true repentance after a righteous sort destroy ignorance, and drive away the darkness…”

“And enlighten the eyes, and give knowledge to the soul, and lead the mind to salvation.”

“And those things which it has not learnt from man, it know through repentance.”

“For Yah brought upon me a disease of the liver; and had not the prayers of Yahgob my father succored me, it had hardly failed but my spirit had departed.”

“For by what things a man transgress by the same also is he punished.”

“Since, therefore, my liver was set mercilessly against Yoseph, in my liver too I suffered mercilessly…and was judged for eleven months, for so long a time as I had been angry against Yoseph.”

“And now…my children, I exhort you, love you each one his brother, and put away hatred from your hearts…love one another in deed, and in word, and in the inclination of the soul.”

“For in the presence of my father I spoke peaceably to Yoseph…and when I had gone out, the spirit of hatred darkened my mind, and stirred up my soul to slay him.”

“Love you one another from the heart; and if a man transgress against you, speak peaceably to him, and in your soul hold not guile; and if he repent and confess, forgive him.”

“But if he deny it, do not get into a passion with him, lest catching the poison from you he take to swearing and so you transgress doubly.”

“Let not another man hear your secrets when engaged in legal strife, lest he come to hate you and become your enemy…”

“And commit a great transgression against you; for often times he address you guile fully or busied himself about you with wicked intent.”

“And though he deny it and yet have a sense of shame when reproved, give over reproving him.”

“For be who deny may repent so as not again to wrong you…yea, he may also honor you, and fear and be at peace with you.”

“And if he be shameless and persist in his wrong-doing, even so forgive him from the heart…”

“And leave to Yah the avenging.”

“If a man prosper more than you, do not be vexed, but pray also for him, that he may have perfect prosperity.

“For so it is suitable for you.”

“And if he be further exalted, be not envious of him, remembering that all flesh shall die; and offer praise to Yah, who give things good and profitable to all men.”

“Seek out the judgments of Yah, and your mind will rest and be at peace.”

“And though a man become rich by evil means, even as Esau, the brother of my father, be not jealous; but wait for the end of Yah.

“For if He take away from a man wealth gotten by evil means He forgive him if he repent, but the unrepentant is reserved for eternal punishment.”

“For the poor man…if free from envy he please Yah in all things, is honored beyond all men, because he has not the travail of vain men.”

“Put away, therefore, jealousy from your souls, and love one another with uprightness of heart.”

“Do you also therefore tell these things to your children, that they honor Yahdah and Levi, for from them shall Yah raise up salvation to Yahdaim.”

“For I know that at the last your children shall depart from Him, and shall walk in O’ wickedness, and affliction and corruption before Yah.”

And when he had rested for a little while, he said again;

“My children, obey your father…and bury me near to my fathers.”

And he drew up his feet, and fell asleep in peace.

And after five years they carried him up to Hebron, and laid him with his fathers.



The Tenth Son of Yahgob and Zilpah.

The Last Words of Asher, what things he spoke to his sons in the hundred and twenty-fifth year of his life.

For while he was still in health, he said to them:

“Listen…you children of Asher, to your father, and I will declare to you all that is upright in the sight of Yah.”

“Two ways has Yah given to the sons of men, and two inclinations, and two kinds of action, and two modes of action, and two issues.”

“Therefore all things are by twos, one over against the other.”

“For there are two ways of good and evil, and with these are the two inclinations in our breasts discriminating them.”

“Therefore if the soul take pleasure in the good inclination…all its actions are in righteousness; and if it transgress it straightway repent.”

“For having its thoughts set upon righteousness, and casting away wickedness…it straightway overthrow the evil, and uproot the wickedness.”

“But if it incline to the evil inclination, all its actions are in wickedness, and it drive away the good, and cleave to the evil, and is ruled by Satan…”

“Even though it work what is good, he pervert it to evil.”

“For whenever it begin to do good, he force the issue of the action into evil for him, seeing that the treasure of the inclination is filled with an evil spirit.”

“A person then may with words help the good for the sake of the evil…yet the issue of the action led to mischief.”

“There is a man who show no compassion upon him who serve his turn in evil; and this thing has two aspects, but the whole is evil.”

“And there is a man that love him that work evil, because he would prefer even to die in evil for his sake…and concerning this it is clear that it has two aspects, but the whole is an evil work.”

“Though indeed he have love, yet is he wicked who conceal what is evil for the sake of the good name, but the end of the action tend unto evil.”

“Another steal, does unjustly, plunder, defraud, and withal pity the poor…this too has a twofold aspect, but the whole is evil.”

“He who defraud his neighbor provoke Yah, and swear falsely against the Most High, and yet pitied the poor.”

“Yah who commanded the Law He set at naught and provoke, and yet he refreshed the poor.”

“He defile the soul, and make gay the body; he kill many, and pitied a few: this, too, has a twofold aspect, but the whole is evil.”

“Another committed adultery and fornication, and abstained from meats, and when he fasted he does evil, and by the power of his wealth overwhelmed many…”

“And notwithstanding his excessive wickedness he does the commandments:”

“This, too, has a twofold aspect…but the whole is evil.”

“Such men are hares; clean…like those that divide the hoof, but in very deed are unclean.”

“For Yah in the tables of the Commandments has thus declared.”

“But do not you, my children, wear two faces like unto them, of goodness and of wickedness…but cleave unto goodness only, for Yah has his habitation therein, and men desire it.”

“But from wickedness flee away, destroying the evil inclination by your good works…”

“For they that are double-faced serve not Yah, but their own lusts, so that they may please Satan and men like unto themselves.”

“For good men, even they that are of single face, though they be thought by them that are double-faced to transgress, are just before Yah.”

“For many in killing the wicked do two works, of good and evil…”

“But the whole is good, because he has uprooted and destroyed that which is…”                                               “Evil!!”

“One man hate the merciful and unjust man, and the man who committed adultery and fast…this, too, has a twofold aspect, but the whole work is good, because he follow Yah’s example, in that he accept not the seeming good as the genuine good.”

“Another desire not to see good day with them that not, lest be defile his body and pollute his soul; this, too, is double-faced, but the whole is good.”

“For such men are like to stags and to hinds, because in the manner of wild animals they seem to be unclean, but they are altogether clean…”

“Because they walk in zeal for Yah and abstain from what Yah also hate and forbid by His Commandments…”

“Warding off the evil from the good.”

“You see…my children, how that there are two in all things, one against the other, and the one is hidden by the other in wealth is hidden covetousness, in festive drunkenness, in laughter grief, in wedlock profligacy.”

“Death succeed to life, dishonor to honor, night to day, and darkness to light;

and all things are under the day, just things under life, unjust things under death; wherefore also eternal life await death.”

“Nor may it be said that truth is a lie, nor right wrong…for all truth is under the light, even as all things are under Yah.”

“All these things, therefore, I proved in my life, and I wandered not from the truth of Yah…”

“And I searched out the Commandments of the Most High…walking according to all my strength with singleness of face unto that which is good.”

“Take heed, therefore, you also, my children, to the Commandments of Yah, following the truth with singleness of face.”

“For they that are double-faced are guilty of a twofold wickedness…for they both do the evil thing and they have pleasure in them that do it, following the example of the spirits of deceit, and striving against mankind.”

“Do you, therefore, my children, keep the Law of Yah, and give not heed unto evil as unto good…but look unto the thing that is really good, and keep it in all Commandments of Yah, having your conversation therein, and resting therein.”

“For the latter ends of men do show their righteousness or unrighteousness, when they meet the Malakim (angels) of Yah and of Satan.”

“For when the soul departs troubled, it is tormented by the evil spirit which also it served in lusts and evil works.”

“But if he is peaceful with delight he meet the Malak (angel) of peace, and he lead him into eternal life.”

“Become not, my children, as Sodom, which transgressed against the Malakim of Yah, and perished forever.”

“For I know that you shall transgress, and be delivered into the hands of your enemies…”

“And your land shall be made desolate, and your places destroyed, and you shall be scattered unto the four corners of the earth.”

“And you shall be set at naught in the dispersion vanishing away as water.”

“Until the Most High shall visit the earth.. “coming Himself.”

“He shall save Yahdaim.”

“Therefore do you also…my children, tell these things to your children, that they disobey Him not.”

“For I have known that you shall assuredly be disobedient, and assuredly act righteously, not giving heed to the Law of Yah…”

“But to the commandments of men, being corrupted through wickedness.”

“And therefore shall you be scattered as Gad and Dan my brethren, and you shall know not your lands, tribe, and tongue.”

“But Yah will gather you together through His tender mercy, and for the sake of Abraham, Isaac, and Yahgob.”

And when he had said these things unto them, he commanded them, saying:

“Bury me in Hebron.”

And he fell asleep and died at a good old age.

And his sons did as he had commanded them, and they carried him up to Hebron, and buried him with his fathers.



Tribes of…

                         EPHRAIM             MANASSE 

The Eleventh Son of Yahgob and Rachal.

When he was about to die he called his sons and his brethren together, and said to them…

“My brethren and my children, hearken to Yoseph the beloved of Yahdaim; give ear, my sons, unto your father.”

“I have seen in my life envy and death, yet I went not astray, but persevered in the truth…of Yah.”

“These my brethren hated me…but Yah loved me.”

“They wished to slay me…but Yah of my fathers guarded me.”

“They let me down into a pit…and the Most High brought me up again.”

“I was sold into slavery…and Yah of all made me free:”

“I was taken into captivity…and His strong hand helped me.”

“I was beset with hunger…and Yah Himself nourished me.”

“I was alone…and Yah comforted me:”

“I was sick…and Yah visited me.”

“I was in prison…and my Yah showed favor unto me;”

“In bonds…and He released me;”

“Slandered…and He pleaded my cause;”

“Bitterly spoken against by the people of Mizrahyim, and He delivered me;”

“Envied by my fellow-slaves, and He exalted me.”

“And this chief captain of Pharaoh entrusted to me his house.”

“And I struggled against a shameless woman, urging me to transgress with her…but Yah of Yahdaim my Father delivered me from the burning flame.”

“I was cast into prison…I was beaten, I was mocked; but Yah granted me to find mercy, in the sight of the keeper of the prison.”

“For Yah does not forsake them that fear Him, neither in darkness, nor in bonds, nor in tribulations, nor in necessities.”

“For Yah is not put to shame as a man, nor as the son of man is he afraid, nor as one that is earth-born is He weak or frightened.”

“But in all those things does He give protection, and in divers ways does He comfort, though for a little space He depart to try the inclination of the soul.”

“In ten temptations He showed me approved, and in all of them I endured; for endurance is a mighty charm, and patience give many good things.”

“How often did the Mizrahyim woman threaten me with death!”

“How often did she give me over to punishment, and then call me back and threaten me…and when I was unwilling to company with her, she said to me:”

“You shall be lord of me…and all that is in my house, if you will give yourself unto me, and you shall be as our master!”

“But I remembered the words of my father, and going into my chamber, I wept and prayed unto Yah.”

“And I fasted in those seven years, and I appeared to the people of Mizrahyim as one living delicately, for they that fast for Yah’s sake receive beauty of face.”

“And if my lord were away from home, I drank no wine…nor for three days did I take my food, but I gave it to the poor and sick.”

“And I sought Yah early, and I wept for the Mizrahyim woman of Memphis, for very unceasingly did she trouble me, for also at night she came to me under pretense of visiting me.”

“And because she had no male child she pretended to regard me as a son.”

“And for a time she embraced me as a son, and I knew it not…but later, she sought to draw me into fornication.”

“And when I perceived it I sorrowed unto death; and when she had gone out, I came to myself, and lamented for her many days, because I recognized her guile and her deceit.”

“And I declared unto her the words of the Most High…if haply she would turn from her evil lust.”

“Often, therefore, did she flatter me with words as a man, and guile fully in her talk praise my chastity before her husband, while desiring to ensnare me when we were alone.”

“For she lauded me openly as chaste, and in secret she said unto me…”

“Fear not my husband…for he is persuaded concerning your chastity: for even should one tell him concerning us, he would not believe.”

“Owing to all these things I lay upon the ground, and besought Yah that He would deliver me from her deceit.”

“And when she had prevailed nothing thereby…she came again to me under the plea of instruction, that she might learn the word of Yah.”

“And she said unto me…”

“If you will that I should leave my idols…lie with me, and I will persuade my husband to depart from his idols, and we will walk in the law by your Lord.”

“And I said unto her…”

“Yah will not that those who reverence Him should be in uncleanness, nor does He take pleasure in them that commit adultery, but in those that approach Him with a pure heart and undefiled lips.”

“But she heed her peace, longing to accomplish her evil desire.”

“And I gave myself yet more to fasting and prayer, that Yah might deliver me from her.”

“And again, at another time she said unto me…”

“If you will not commit adultery…I will kill my husband by poison; and take you to be my husband!”

“I therefore…when I heard this, rent my garments, and said unto her…”

“Woman…reverence Yah, and do not this evil deed, lest you be destroyed…”

“For know indeed that I will declare this your device unto all men!”

“She therefore, being afraid, besought that I would not declare this device.”

“And she departed soothing me with gifts, and sending to me every delight of the sons of men.”

“And afterwards she sent me food mingled with enchantments.”

“And when the eunuch who brought it came, I looked up and beheld a terrible man giving me with the dish a sword, and I perceived that her scheme was to beguile me.”

“And when he had gone out I wept…nor did I taste that or any other of her food.”

“So then after one day she came to me and observed the food, and said unto me…”

“Why is it that you has not eaten of the food?”

“And I said unto her…”

“It is because you has filled it with deadly enchantments…and how said you…”

“I come not near to idols but to Yah alone.”

“Now therefore know that Yah of my father has revealed unto me by His Malak (angel) your wickedness, and I have kept it to convict you, if haply you may see and repent.”

“But that you may learn that the wickedness of the unrighteous has no power over them that worship Yah with chastity…”

“Behold…I will take of it and eat before…” “you!”

“And having so said, I prayed thus…”

“Yah of my fathers and the Malak (angel) of Abraham, be with me; and ate.”

“And when she saw this she fell upon her face at my feet, weeping; and I raised her up and admonished her.”

“And she promised to do this iniquity no more.”

“But her heart was still set upon evil, and she looked around how to ensnare me, and sighing deeply she became downcast, though she was not sick.”

“And when her husband saw her, he said unto her…”

“Why is your countenance fallen?”

“And she said unto him…”

“I have a pain at my heart, and the groaning’s of my spirit oppress me…”

“And so he comforted her who was not sick.”

“Then, accordingly seizing an opportunity, she rushed unto me while her husband was yet without, and said unto me…”

“I will hang myself…or cast myself over a cliff, if you will not lie with me.”

“And when I saw the spirit of Satan was troubling her, I prayed unto Yah, and said unto her…”

“Why, wretched woman, are you troubled and disturbed, blinded through wickedness?”

“Remember that if you kill yourself, Asteho, the concubine of your husband, your rival, will beat your children, and you will destroy your memorial from off the earth.”

“And she said unto me…”

“Lo…then you love me; let this suffice me: only strive for my life and my children, and I expect that I shall enjoy my desire also.”

“But she knew not that because of my lord I spoke thus, and not because of her.”

“For if a man has fallen before the passion of a wicked desire and become enslaved by it, even as she, whatever good thing he may hear with regard to that passion, he receive it with a view to his wicked desire.”

“I declare…therefore, unto you, my children, that it was about the sixth hour when she departed from me…”

“And I knelt before Yah all day, and all the night; and about dawn I rose up, weeping the while and praying for a release from her.”

“At last, then, she laid hold of my garments, forcibly dragging me to have connection with her.”

“When, therefore…I saw that in her madness she was holding fast to my garment…”

“I left it behind, and fled away naked.”

“And holding fast to the garment she falsely accused me, and when her husband came he cast me into prison in his house; and on the morrow he scourged me and sent me into Pharaoh’s prison.”

“And when I was in bonds, the Mizrahyim (Egyptian) woman was oppressed with grief…”

“And she came and heard how I gave thanks unto Yah and sang praises in the abode of darkness…”

“And with glad voice praising, worshiping Yah that I was delivered from the lustful desire of the Mizrahyim woman.”

“And often has she sent unto me saying…”

“Consent to fulfill my desire…and I will release you from your bonds, and I will free you from the darkness.”

“And not even in thought did I incline unto her.”

“For Yah love him who in a den of wickedness combines fasting with chastity…rather than the man who in kings’ chambers combines luxury with permission.”

“And if a man live in chastity, and desire also honor, and the Most High know that it is expedient for him, He bestow this also upon me.”

“How often, though she were sick, did she come down to me and looked for times, and listened to my voice as I prayed!”

“And when I heard her groaning’s I held my peace.”

“For when I was in her house she was wont to bare her arms, and breasts, and legs, that I might lie with her…”

“For she was very beautiful, splendidly adorned in order to beguile me.”

“And Yah guarded me from her devices.”

“You see…therefore, my children, how great things patience work, and prayer with fasting.”

“So you too…if you follow after chastity and purity with patience and prayer, with fasting in humility of heart, Yah will dwell among you because He love chastity.”

“And wheresoever the Most High dwell, even though envy, or slavery, or slander befall a man…Yah who dwell in him, for the sake of his chastity not only deliver him from evil, but also exalt him even as me.”

“For in every way the man is lifted up, whether in deed, or in word, or in thought.”

“My brethren knew how my father loved me, and yet I did not exalt myself in my                mind…”

“Although I was a child, I had the fear of Yah in my heart; for I knew that all things would pass away.”

“And I did not raise myself against them with evil intent, but I honored my brethren; and out of respect for them, even when I was being sold.”

“I refrained from telling the Ishmaelite’s that I was a son of Yahgob a great man and a mighty.”

“Do you also, my children, have the fear of Yah in all your works before your eyes, and honor your brethren.”

“For every one who does the Law of Yah shall be loved by Him.”

“And when I came to the Indocolpitae with the Ishmaelite’s, they asked me, saying…”

“Are you a slave?”

“And I said that I was a home-born slave, that I might not put my brethren to shame.”

“And the eldest of them said unto me…”

“You are not a slave, for even your appearance does make it manifest.”

“But I said that I was their slave.”

“Now when we came into Mizrahyim they strove concerning me, which of them should buy me and take me.”

“Therefore it seemed good to all that I should remain in Mizrahyim with the merchant of their trade, until they should return bringing merchandise.”

“And Yah gave me favor in the eyes of the merchant, and he entrusted unto me his house.”

“And Yah increased him by my means, and increased him in gold and silver and in household servants.”

“And I was with him three months and five days.”

“And about that time the Memphian woman, the wife of Pentephris came down in a chariot…”

“With great pomp, because she had heard from her eunuchs concerning me.”

“And she told her husband…”

“That the merchant had become rich by means of a young Hebrew, and they say that he had assuredly been stolen out of the land of Canaan.”

“Now, therefore, render justice unto him, and take away the youth to your house; so shall the God of the Hebrews bless you, for honor from heaven is upon him.”

“And Pentephris was persuaded by her words, and commanded the merchant to be brought, and said unto him…”

“What is this that I hear concerning you, that you steal persons out of the land of Canaan, and sell them for slaves?”

“But the merchant fell at his feet, and besought him, saying…”

“I beseech you…my lord, I know not what you say.”

“And Pentephris said unto him…”

“From which place then…is the Hebrew slave?

“And he said…”

“The Ishmaelite’s entrusted him unto me until they should return.”

“But he believed him not, but commanded him to be stripped and beaten.”

“And when he persisted in this statement, Pentephris said…”

“Let the youth be brought!”

“And when I was brought in…I did obeisance to Pentephris for he was third in rank of the officers of Pharaoh.”

“And he took me apart from him, and said unto me…”

“Are you a slave or free?”

“And I said…a slave.”

“And he said…”


“And I said…The Ishmaelite’s.”

“And he said…”

“How did you become their slave?”

“And I said…They bought me out of the land of Canaan.”

“And he said unto me…”

“Truly you lie…and straightway he commanded me to be stripped and beaten.”

“Now, the Memphian woman was looking through a window at me while I was being beaten, for her house was near, and she sent unto him saying…”

“Your judgement is unjust; for you does punish a free man who has been stolen, as though he were a transgressor.”

“And when I made no change in my statement, though I was beaten, he ordered me to be imprisoned, until, he said, the owners of the boy should come.”

“And the woman said unto her husband…”

“Wherefore dose you detain the captive and well born lad in bonds…who ought rather to be set at liberty, and be waited upon?”

“For she wished to see me out of a desire of wickedness, but I was ignorant concerning all these things.”

“And he said to her…”

“It is not the custom of the Mizrahyim to take that which belong to others before proof is given.”

“This…therefore, he said concerning the merchant; but as for the lad, he must be imprisoned.”

“Now after four and twenty days came the Ishmaelite’s; for they had heard that Yahgob my father was mourning much concerning me.”

“And they came and said unto me…”

“How is it that you said that you was a slave? and lo, we have learnt that you are the son of a mighty man in the land of Canaan, and your father still mourn for you in sackcloth and ashes.”

“When I heard this my bowels were dissolved and my heart melted, and I desired greatly to weep, but I restrained myself that I should not put my brethren to shame.”

“And I said unto them…I know not, I am a slave.”

“Then, therefore, they took counsel to sell me, that I should not be found in their hands.”

“For they feared my father…lest he should come and execute upon them a grievous vengeance.”

“For they had heard that he was mighty with Yah and with men.”

“Then said the merchant unto them…Release me from the judgement of Pentiphri.”

“And they came and requested me, saying…”

“Say that you was bought by us with money…and he will set us free.”

“Now the Memphian woman said to her husband…”

“Buy the youth…for I hear, said she, that they are selling him.”

“And straightway she sent a eunuch to the Ishmaelite’s, and asked them to sell me.”

“But since the eunuch would not agree to buy me at their price he returned, having made trial of them, and he made known to his mistress that they asked a large price for their slave.”

“And she sent another eunuch, saying…”

“Even though they demand two minas, give them, do not spare the gold; only buy the boy, and bring him to me!”

“The eunuch therefore went and gave them eighty pieces of gold, and he received me; but to the Mizrahyim woman he said I have given a hundred.”

“And though I knew this I held my peace, lest the eunuch should be put to shame.”

“You see, therefore, my children, what great things I endured that I should not put my brethren to shame.”

“Do you also, therefore, love one another, and with long-suffering hide you one another’s faults.”

“For Yah delight in the unity of brethren, and in the purpose of a heart that takes pleasure in love.”

“And when my brethren came into Mizrahyim they learnt that I had returned their money unto them, and upbraided them not, and comforted them.”

“And after the death of Yahgob my father I loved them more abundantly, and all things whatsoever he commanded I did very abundantly for them.”

“And I suffered them not to be afflicted in the smallest matter; and all that was in my hand I gave unto them.”

“And their children were my children, and my children as their servants; and their life was my life, and all their suffering was my suffering, and all their sickness was my infirmity.”

“My land was their land, and their counsel my counsel.”

“And I exalted not myself among them in arrogance because of my worldly honor, but I was among them as one of the least.”

“If you also, therefore, walk in the Commandments of Yah, my children, He will exalt you there, and will honor you with good things for ever and ever.”

“And if any one seek to do evil unto you, do well unto him, and pray for him, and you shall be redeemed of Yah from all evil.”

“For, behold…you see that out of my humility and long suffering I took unto wife the daughter of the priest of Heliopolis.”

“And a hundred talents of gold were given me with her, and Yah made them to serve me.”

“And He gave me also beauty as a flower beyond the beautiful ones of Yahdaim; and He preserved me unto old age in strength and in beauty, because I was like in all things to Yahgob.”

“And hear you…my children, also the vision which I saw.”

“There were twelve deer’s feeding: and the nine were first dispersed over all the earth, and likewise also the three.”

Prophecy of The Coming King Dawid

“And I saw that from Yahdah was born a virgin wearing a linen garment, and from her, was born a lamb, without spot; and on his left hand there was as it were a lion…”

“And all the beasts rushed against him, and the lamb overcame them, and destroyed them and trod them under foot.”

“And because of him the Malakim and men delighted, and all the land.”

“And these things shall come to pass in their season, in the last days.”

“Do you therefore, my children, observe the Commandments of Yah, and honor Levi and Yahdah; for from them shall arise unto you the Lamb of Yah (King Dawid), one who save the Yahdaim and the Gentiles.”

“For His kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, which shall not pass away; but my kingdom among you shall come to an end as a watcher’s hammock, which after the summer disappear.”

“For I know that after my death Mizrahyim will afflict you, but Yah will avenge you, and will bring you into that which He promised to your fathers.”

“But you shall carry up my bones with you; for when my bones are being taken up there, Yah shall be with you in light, and Satan shall be in darkness with Mizrahyim.”

“And carry you up Asenath your mother to the Hippodrome, and near Rachal your mother bury her.”

And when he had said these things he stretched out his feet, and died at a good old age.

“And all Yahdaim mourned for him, and all Mizrahyim, with a great mourning.”

And when the children of Yahdaim went out of Mizrahyim, they took with them the bones of Yoseph, and they buried him in Hebron with his fathers, and the years of his life were one hundred and ten years.



The Twelfth Son of Yahgob and Rachal.

The Last Words of Benyamin, which he commanded his sons to observe, after he had lived a hundred and twenty-five years.

And he kissed them, and said…”

“As Isaac was born to Abraham in his old age, so also was I to.. Yahgob.”

“And since Rachal my mother died in giving me birth, I had no milk; therefore I was suckled by Bilhah her handmaid.”

“For Rachal remained barren for twelve years after she had borne Yoseph; and she prayed Yah with fasting twelve days, and she conceived and bare Me.”

“For my father loved Rachal dearly, and prayed that he might see two sons born from her.”

“Therefore was I called Benyamin…that is, a son of days.”

“And when I went into Mizrahyim, to Yoseph, and my brother recognized me, he said unto me…”

“What did they tell my father when they sold me?”

“And I said unto him…They dabbled your coat with blood and sent it, and said…”

“Know whether this be your son’s coat.”

“And he said unto me…”

“Even so, brother, when they had stripped me of my coat they gave me to the Ishmaelite’s, and they gave me a loin cloth, and scourged me, and bade me run.”

“And as for one of them that had beaten me with a rod…a lion met him and slew him.”

“And so his associates were frightened.”

“Do you also, therefore, my children, love Yah of heaven and earth, and keep His Commandments, following the example of the good man Yoseph.”

“And let your mind be unto good, even as you know me; for he that has his mind right see all things rightly.”

“Fear you Yah, and love your neighbor; and even though the spirits of Satan claim you to afflict you with every evil…”

“Yet shall they not have dominion over you, even as they had not over Yoseph my brother.”

“How many men wished to slay him…and Yah shielded him!”

“For he that fear Yah and love his neighbor cannot be smitten by the spirit of Satan, being shielded by the fear of Yah.”

“Nor can he be ruled over by the device of men or beasts, for he is helped by Yah through the love which he has towards his neighbor.”

“For Yoseph also besought our father that he would pray for his brethren, that Yah would not impute to them as transgression whatever evil they had done unto him.”

“And thus Yahgob cried out…”

“My good child…you has prevailed over the bowels of your father Yahgob.”

“And he embraced him, and kissed him for two hours, saying…”

“In you shall be fulfilled the prophecy of heaven concerning the anointed King of Yah (King Dawid)…”

“And Savior of the world, for the salvation of the Yahdaim, and the Gentiles, and shall destroy Satan and his servants.”

“See you, therefore, my children, the King and the good man?”

“Be followers of his compassion, therefore, with a good mind, that you also may wear crowns of honor.”

“For the good man has not a dark eye; for he show mercy to all men…even though they be transgressors.”

“And though they devise with evil intent. concerning him, by doing good he overcome evil, being shielded by Yah; and he love the righteous as his own soul.”

“If anyone is honored, he envied him not; if anyone is enriched, he is not jealous; if anyone is valiant, he praise him…”

“The virtuous man he praise; on the poor man he has mercy; on the weak he has compassion; unto Yah he sing praises.”

“And him that has the favor of a good spirit he love as his own soul.”

“If therefore…you also have a good mind, then will both wicked men be at peace with you, and the profligate will reverence you and turn unto good…”

“And the covetous will not only cease from their inordinate desire, but even give the objects of their covetousness to them that are afflicted.”

“If you do well…even the unclean spirits will flee from you; and the beasts will dread you.”

“For where there is reverence for good works and light in the mind, even darkness flee away from him.”

“For if any one does violence to a righteous man, he repent; for the righteous man is merciful to his reviler, and hold his peace.”

“And if anyone betray a righteous man, the righteous man pray: though for a little he be humbled, yet not long after he appear far more honorable, as was Yoseph my brother.”

“The inclination of the righteous man is not in the power of the deceit of the spirit of Satan, for the Malak (angel) of peace guide his soul.”

“And he gaze not passionately upon corruptible things, nor gather together riches through a desire of pleasure.”

“He delight not in pleasure, he grieve not his neighbor, he sated not himself with luxuries, he err not in the uplifting of the eyes, for Yah is his portion.”

“The good inclination receive not honor nor dishonor from men, and it know not any guile, or lie, or fighting or reviling…”

“For Yah dwell in him and light up his soul, and he delight towards all men always.”

“The good mind has not two tongues, of favor and of cursing, of contumely and of honor, of sorrow and of delight, of quietness and of confusion, of hypocrisy and of truth, of poverty and of wealth; but it has one disposition, uncorrupt and pure, concerning all men.”

“It has no double sight, nor double hearing; for in everything which he does, or speak, or see, he know that Yah look on his soul.”

“And he cleanse his mind that he may not be condemned by men as well as by Yah.”

“And in like manner the works of Satan are twofold, and there is no singleness in them.”

“Therefore…my children, I tell you, flee the malice of Satan; for he give a sword to them that obey him.”

“And the sword is the mother of seven evils. First the mind conceive through Satan, and first there is bloodshed; secondly ruin; thirdly, tribulation; fourthly, exile; fifthly, death; sixth, panic; sevenly, destruction.”

“’Therefore…was Cain also delivered over to seven vengeance by Yah, for in every hundred years Yah brought one plague upon him.”

“And when he was two hundred years old he began to suffer, and in the nine-hundredth year he was destroyed.”

“For on account of Abel, his brother, with -all the evils was he judged, but Lamech with seventy times seven.”

“Because forever those, who are like Cain in envy and hatred of brethren, shall be punished with the same judgement.”

“And do you, my children…flee evil-doing, envy, and hatred of brethren, and cleave to goodness and love.”

“He that has a pure mind in love, look not after a woman with a view to fornication; for he has no defilement in his heart, because the Ruach (sprit) of Yah rest upon him.”

“For as the sun is not defiled by shining on dung and mire, but rather dry up both and drive away the evil smell…”

“So also the pure mind, though encompassed by the defilement’s of earth, rather cleanse them and is not itself defiled.”

“And I believe that there will be also evil-doings among you, from the words of Enoch the righteous: that you shall commit fornication with the fornication of Sodom, and shall perish, all save a few..

“And shall renew wanton deeds with women; and the kingdom of Yah shall not be among you, for straightway He shall take it away.”

“Nevertheless the Temple of Yah shall be in your portion…and the last Temple shall be more honorable than the first.”

“And the twelve Tribes shall be gathered together there, and the Most High shall send forth His salvation in the visitation of an begotten prophet (King Dawid).”

“Now when Yoseph was in Mizrahyim…I longed to see his figure and the form of his countenance…”

“And through the prayers of Yahgob my father I saw him, while awake in the daytime, even his entire figure exactly as he was.”

“And when he had said these things, he said unto them…”

“Know you, therefore, my children, that I am dying.”


“Do you, therefore, truth each one to his neighbor, and keep the Law of Yah and His commandments.”

“For these things do I leave you instead of inheritance.”

“Do you also, therefore…give them to your children for an everlasting possession; for so did both Abraham, and Isaac, and Yahgob.

“For all these things they gave us for an inheritance, saying…”

“Keep the Commandments of Yah.”

“And then shall you see Enoch, Noah, and Shem, and Abraham, and Isaac, and Yahgob…rising on the right hand in gladness.”

“Then shall we also rise, each one over our tribe, worshiping the King of heaven.”

“If you therefore, my children, walk in righteousness according to the Commandments of Yah, you shall again dwell securely with me, and all Yahdaim shall be gathered unto Yah.

“And I shall no longer be called a ravening wolf on account of your ravages, but a worker of Yah distributing food to them that work what is good.”

And when he had said these things he stretched out his feet.

And died in a beautiful and good sleep.

And his sons did as he had enjoined them, and they took up his body and buried it in Hebron with his fathers.

And the number of the days of his life was a hundred and twenty-five years.

                                             Psalms                                                Chapter 1

Honored is the man that walk not in the counsel of the unrighteous, nor stand in the way of the wicked, nor sit in the seat of the scornful.

But his delight is in the Law of Yah; and in his law does he meditate day and night.

And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bring forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he does shall prosper.

The unrighteous are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind drive away.

Therefore the unrighteous shall not stand in the judgment, nor the wicked in the congregation of the righteous.

For Yah know the way of the righteous: but the way of the unrighteous shall perish.

                                            Psalms                                                 Chapter 23

“Yah is my shepherd…I shall not want.”

He make me to lie down in green pastures: he lead me beside the still waters.

“He restore my soul: he lead me in the paths of righteousness for his Name’s sake.”

“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for you are with me; your rod and your staff they comfort me.”

“You prepare a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: you anoint my head with oil; my cup run over.”

“Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the House of Yah for ever.”






Updated May 16, 2022



The Messengers of Yah!

The Almighty Creator of The Heavens And Earth!

Te Mighty Archangels

The Names and Function of the  7  Malakim

“And these are the names of the Mighty Malakim who watch!”









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The Annunciation by Paolo de Matteis
An archangel /ˌɑːrkˈnəl/ is an angel of high rank. The word archangel itself is usually associated with the Abrahamic religions, but beings that are very similar to archangels are found in a number of religious traditions.
The English word archangel is derived from Greek ἀρχάνγελος ‘arch-‘ + ‘angel’, literally ‘chief angel’ or ‘angel of origin’.[1] It appears only twice in the New Testament in the phrase “with the voice of the archangel, and with the trumpet call of God” (1 Thessalonians 4:16) and in relation to “the archangel Michael” (Jude 9). The corresponding but different Hebrew word in the Hebrew Scripture (Old Testament) is found in two places as in “Michael, one of the chief princes” (Dan 10:13) and in “Michael, the great prince” (Dan 12:1).

Exodus 23: 20-21

Chapter 23:20-33

Thus Said Yah!

The Almighty Creator of Heavens And Earth!



Thus Said Yah Almighty!!!

“Behold!!!  I send an Malak (Angel) before You, to keep You in the way, and to bring You into the place which I have prepared!”

“Beware of him, and obey his voice, provoke him not; for he will not pardon Your transgressions: for…”

“My Name is in him!”

“But if You shall indeed obey his voice, and do all that I speak…”

“Then I will be an enemy unto Your enemies, and an adversary unto Your “Adversaries!”

“For Mine Malak (Angel) shall go before You, and bring You in unto the Amorites, and the Hittites, and the Perizzites, and the Canaanites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites: and I will cut them off.”

“You shall not bow down to their gods, nor serve them, nor do after their works: but You shall utterly overthrow them, and quite break down their images!”

“And You shall serve I Yah Your Almighty, and I shall bless Your bread, and Your water; and I will take sickness away from the midst of You.”

“There shall nothing cast their young, nor be barren, in Your land: the number of Your days I will fulfil.”

“I will send My fear before You, and will destroy all the people to whom You shall come, and I will make all Your enemies turn their backs unto You.”

“And I will send hornets before You, which shall drive out the Hivite, the Canaanite, and the Hittite, from before You!”

“I will not drive them out from before You in one year; lest the land become desolate, and the beast of the field multiply against You.”

“By little and little I will drive them out from before You, until You be increased, and inherit the Land.”

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“And I will set Your bounds from the Red sea even unto the sea of the Philistines, and from the desert unto the river…”

“For I will deliver the inhabitants of the land into Your hand; and You shall drive them out before You!”

“You shall make no covenant with them, nor with their gods!”

“They shall not dwell in Your Land, lest they make You transgress against Me…”

“For if you serve their gods, it will surely be a snare unto You!”

Super Nova

 The powerful intercession and protection of the Seven  Mighty “Malakim” (Archangels), whose special function is to “stand before…

Yah’s Throne!”

Chapter 42:8

Thus Said Yah Almighty Creator of heavens…”

“And earth!!!

“I amYah!!!”

“That is My Name…”

“And My Honor will I not give to another, neither My Praise to graven images!!!”

Chapter 45:5

“I am Yah!!!”

“And there is none else, there is no God beside Me: I girded You, though You has not known Me!!!”

Chapter 52:6

“Therefore My People shall know My Name!!”

“Therefore they shall know in that day that I am He that does speak!!”

“Behold!! it is I!!!”


Whose Name means,

“He Who is as Yah!”

One of the Mighty Malakim, to wit, he that is set over the best part of mankind and over chaos.


He is considered the most powerful of all the Malakim. He is the Malak of justice and righteousness.


Whose Name means;

“Yah heals!”

He is the giver of emotional and physical 

One of the mighty Malakim, who is over the spirits of men and emotional healing.


Whose name means;

” He who sees Yah!”

He is the  Malak of peace.

One of the mighty Malakim… who takes vengeance on the world of the luminaries.


Whose name means;

“Lion of Yah!”

One of the Malakim…who is over the world .

He is the protector of the earth, including its ecosystems, and its wildlife.


Whose name means…

“Whom Yah helps!”

One of the mighty Malakim, who is set over the spirits.

He aids people in there transition from earth to the afterlife. He also offers compassion and guidance to those dealing with grief.


Whose Name means;

“Yah is my strength!”

One of the mighty Malakim, who is over Paradise and the serpents and the Cherubim.

He is the chosen messenger of Yah;


Whose name means;

“Beauty of Yah!”

One of the mighty Malakim, whom Yah set over those who rise.

 He helps us to see and to create the beauty in life.

  Psalm 103:19-22

“Yah has established His throne in heaven, and His kingdom rules over all.

Praise Yah, You His Malakim, You mighty ones who do His bidding, who obey His word.

Praise Yah, all His heavenly hosts, You His servants who do His will.

Praise Yah, all His works. Everywhere in His dominion. Praise Yah, my soul.”

                                           Psalm 91:11-12

“For He will command His Malakim  concerning You to guard You in all your ways. On their hands they will bear You up, lest You strike Your foot against a stone.”

                                                Exodus 23:20

“See, I am sending an Malak ahead of You to guard You along the way and to bring You to the place I have prepared!”




Yahdaim remember the words of Mosheh ] seek the ancient paths

Updated May 14, 2022

The Real Mount Sinai image above!


O’ Yahdaim remember the words of Mosheh..

      “Seek the Ancient Path!”  

    The Real Mount Sinai image below!           Words of Mosheh

Thus said Yah!

Chapter 6:16

“Stand You in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and You shall find rest for Your souls. But they said…”

“We will not walk therein!”          

                                                Deuteronomy                                                     Chapter 5

 And Mosheh called all Yahdaim, and said unto them…”

“Hear, O’ Yahdaim, the Statutes and Judgments which I speak in Your ears this day, that You may learn them, and keep, and do them.”

“Yah our Father made a Covenant with us in…” “Horeb!”

The Real Rock in Horeb Image Below!

“Yah made not this Covenant with our fathers, but with us, even us, who are all of us here alive this day.”

“Yah talked with you Face to face in the Mount out of the midst of the fire!”

Secretly climbing the real Mount Sinai in Arabia! The forbidden mountain.

“I stood between Yah and You at that time, to show You the word of Yah…”

“For You were afraid by reason of the fire, and went not up into the Mount saying…”

Thus Said Yah Almighty Creator of heavens…”      “And earth!”

“I am Yah Your Farther…”

“Which brought you out of the land of Mizrahyim, from the house of bondage!!!”

“You shall have no hinder Elohim (gods)..” “Before Me!!!”

“You shall not make You any graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the waters beneath the earth!!!”

“You shall not bow down Yourself unto them, nor serve them…”

“For I Yah!!  Your Father am jealous…”

“Visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate Me!!!”

“And showing mercy unto thousands of them that love Me…and keep My Commandments!!!”

“You shall not take the Name of I Yah Your..” “Father in vain!!!”

“For I Yah will not hold him guiltless that take  My Name in vain!!!”

“Keep the Sabbath Day to sanctify it, as I Yah Your Father has Commanded You!!!”

“Six days You shall labor, and do all…”            “Your work!!!”

“But the Seventh Day is the Sabbath of I Yah “Your Father!!!”

“In it You shall not do any work, You, nor Your son, nor Your daughter, nor Your manservant, nor Your maidservant, nor Your ox, nor Your  cattle, nor Your stranger that is within Your gates…”

“That Your manservant and Your maidservant may rest as well as You!!!”

“And remember that You was a servant in the land of Mizrahyim…”

“And that I Yah Your Father brought You out from that place through a mighty Hand and by a stretched out Arm!!!”

“Therefore I Yah Your Father Commanded You to keep the Sabbath Day!!!”

“Honor Your father and Your mother, as I Yah Your Father have commanded You…”

“That Your days may be prolonged, and that it may go well with You, in the Land which I Yah Your Father give You!!!”

“You shall not Kill!!!”

“Neither shall You commit Adultery!!!”

“Neither shall You Steal!!!”

“Neither shall You bear false witness against Your neighbor.”

“Neither shall You desire Your neighbor’s Wife!!!”

“Neither shall you covet Your neighbor’s House!!!”

“His Field!!!”

“Or his Manservant!!!”

“Or his Maidservant!!!”

“His Ox!!!”

“Or his Donkey!!!”

“Or anything that is Your neighbor’s!!!”

These words Yah spoke unto all your assembly in the Mount out of the midst of the fire, of the cloud, and of the thick darkness, with a great voice: and He added no more…”

The Real Mount Sinai Image Below Still All Burnt Up Today!

And He wrote them in two tables of stone, and delivered them unto me.

the 10 commandments, the Tablets, Tablets, Stone, monument, trust, Commandment, the  True Hebrews, Moses, the ten words, obedience, Encouragement, Yah, the Commandments of Yah.


And it came to pass, when you heard the voice out of the midst of the darkness, (for the mountain did burn with fire,) that you came near unto me, even all the heads of you’re Tribes, and you’re aged;

And you said…

“Behold!…Yah our Father has showed us His Honor and His greatness, and we have heard His Voice out of the midst of the fire: we have seen this day that Yah does talk with man, and He live.”

“Now therefore why should we die?”

“For this great fire will consume us: if we hear the Voice of Yah our Father any more, then we shall die!”

“For who is there of all flesh, that have heard the Voice of the living Yah speaking out of the midst of the fire, as we have, and lived?”

“Go you near, and hear all that Yah our Father shall say: and speak you unto us all that Yah our Father shall speak unto you; and we will hear it, and do it.”

“And Yah heard the voice of Your words, when You spoke unto me; and…”

“Yah said unto me…”

“I have heard the voice of the words of this people, which they have spoken unto you: they have well said all that they have spoken.”

“O’ that there were such an heart in them, that they would fear Me!!!”

“And keep all My Commandments always, that it might be well with them, and with their children forever!”

“Go say to them…”

“Get You into Your tents again.”

“But as for you, stand you here by Me, and I will speak unto you all the Commandments, and the Statutes, and the Judgments…”

“Which you shall teach them, that they may do them in the Land which I give them to possess it.”


“You shall observe to do therefore as I Yah, your Father have commanded You: You shall not turn aside to the right hand or to the left.”

“You shall walk in all the ways which I Yah Your Father have commanded You, that You may live, and that it may be well with You, and that You may prolong Your days in the Land which You shall possess.”


      Deuteronomy  Chapter 6

Thus Said Mosheh To The Children of Yahdaim!

“Now these are the Commandments, the Statutes, and the Judgments, which Yah Your Father commanded to teach You, that You might do them in the Land whither You go to possess it:”

“That You might fear Yah Your Father, to keep all His Statutes and His Commandments, which I command You, You, and your son, and Your son’s son, all the days of Your life; and that Your days may be prolonged.”

 “Hear therefore, O’ Yahdaim, and observe to do it; that it may be well with You, and that You may increase mightily, as Yah Father of Your fathers have promised You, in the Land that flow with milk and honey.”

“Hear, O’ Yahdaim!!!”

“Yah our Father is One!”

“And you shall love Yah Your Father with all Your heart, and with all Your soul, and with all Your might.”

“And these words, which I command You this day, shall be in Your heart:”

“And You shall teach them diligently unto Your children, and shall talk of them when You sit in Your house, and when You walk by the way, and when You lie down, and when You rise up.”

“And You shall bind them for a sign upon Your hand, and they shall be as frontlets between Your eyes.”

“And You shall write them upon the posts of Your house, and on Your gates.”

“And it shall be, when Yah Your Father shall have brought You into the Land which He swore unto Your fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Yahgob, to give you great and goodly cities, which You build not…”

“And houses full of all good things, which You fill not, and wells dig, which You digged not, vineyards and olive trees, which You plant not; when You shall have eaten and be full;”

 “Then beware lest You forget Yah, which brought You forth out of the land of Mizrahyim, from the house of bondage.”

“You shall fear Yah your Father, and serve Him, and shall swear by His Name.”

“You shall not go after other elohim (gods) of the gods of the people which are round about You!!!”

“For Yah Your Father is a jealous Father among You lest the anger of Yah be kindled against You, and destroy You from off the face of the earth!!!”

 “You shall not tempt Yah Your Father, as You tempted Him in Massah.”

“You shall diligently keep the Commandments of Yah Your Father, and his Testimonies, and His Statutes, which He has Commanded You.”

“And You shall do that which is right and good in the sight of Yah: that it may be well with You, and that You may go in and possess the good Land which Yah swore unto Your fathers,”

“To cast out all Your enemies from before You, as Yah have spoken.”

 “And when Your son ask You in time to come, saying…”

“What mean the Testimonies, and the Statutes, and the Judgments, which Yah our Father has commanded you.”

“Then You shall say unto your son…”

“We were Pharaoh’s bondmen in Mizrahyim; and Yah brought us out of Mizrahyim with a mighty Hand!”

“And Yah showed signs and wonders, great and sore, upon Mizrahyim, upon Pharaoh, and upon all his household, before our eyes!”

“And He brought us out from thence, that He might bring us in, to give us the Land which He swore unto our fathers.”

“And Yah commanded us to do all these Statutes, to fear Yah our Father for our good always, that He might preserve us alive, as it is at this day.”

“And it shall be our righteousness, if we observe to do all these Commandments before Yah our Father, as He has commanded us.”

            Deuteronomy  Chapter 7

“When Yah your Father shall bring You into the Land whither You go to possess it, and have cast out many nations before You, the Hittites, and the Girgashites, and the Amorites, and the Canaanites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites, seven nations greater and mightier than You;”

“And when Yah You’re Father shall deliver them before You; You shall smite them, and utterly destroy them; You shall make no covenant with them, nor show mercy unto them:”

“Neither shall You make marriages with them; Your daughter You shall not give unto his son, nor his daughter shall You take unto Your son.”

“For they will turn away Your son from following  Yah, that they may serve other elohim (gods): so will the anger of Yah be kindled against You, and destroy You suddenly.”

“But thus shall You deal with them; You shall destroy their altars, and break down their images, and cut down their groves, and burn their graven images with fire!”

“For You are an Set-Apart people unto Yah You’re Father have chosen You to be a Special People unto Himself, above all people that are upon the face of the earth!”

“Yah did not set His love upon You, nor choose You, because You were more in number than any people; for You were the fewest of all people:”

“But because Yah loved You, and because He would keep the oath which he had sworn unto your fathers, have Yah brought You out with a mighty Hand…”

“And redeemed You out of the house of bondmen, from the hand of Pharaoh king of Mizrahyim.”

 “Know therefore that Yah your Father, He is Yah, “The steadfast Yah!!!”

“Which keep Covenant and mercy with them that love Him and keep His Commandments to a thousand generations;”

“And repay them that hate Him to their face, to destroy them!”

“He will not be slack to him that hate Him, He will repay him to his face!!!”

“You shall therefore keep the Commandments, and the Statutes, and the Judgments…”

“Which I command You this day, to do them!”

“Wherefore it shall come to pass, if You hearken to these Judgments, and keep, and do them, that Yah Your Father shall keep unto You the Covenant and the mercy which He swore unto Your fathers!”

“And He will love You, and increase You, and multiply You!”

“He will also increase the fruit of Your womb, and the fruit of Your land, Your corn, and Your wine, and Your oil, the increase of Your kine, and the flocks of Your sheep, in the Land which He swore unto Your fathers to give You.”

“You shall be increased above all people!!!”

 “There shall not be male or female barren among You, or among Your cattle.”


“And Yah will take away from You all sickness, and will put none of the evil diseases of Mizrahyim, which You know, upon You…”

“But will lay them upon all them that hate You.”

“And You shall consume all the people which Yah You’re Father shall deliver You!!!”

“Your eye shall have no pity upon them…”

“Neither shall You serve their gods!!!”

“For that will be a snare unto You!”

 “If you shall say in your heart…

“These nations are more than I; how can I dispossess them?”

“You shall not be afraid of them!”

“But shall well remember what Yah You’re Father did unto Pharaoh, and unto all Mizrahyim!”

“The great temptations which Your eyes saw, and the signs, and the wonders, and the mighty Hand, and the stretched out Arm…”

“Whereby Yah your Father brought You out: so shall Yah Your Father do unto all the people of whom you are afraid!!!”

“Moreover Yah Your Father will send the hornet among them, until they that are left, and hide themselves from You, be destroyed!!!”

“You shall not be frightened at them: for Yah Your Father is among You!!!”

“A mighty Father and terrible!!!”

“And Yah Your Father will put out those nations before You by little and little!’

“You may not consume them at once, lest the beasts of the field increase upon You.”

“But Yah Your Father shall deliver them unto You, and shall destroy them with a mighty destruction, until they be destroyed!!!”

 “And He shall deliver their kings into Your hand, and You shall destroy their name from under heaven!’

“There shall no man be able to stand before You, until You have destroyed them!!!”

“The graven images of their gods shall You…” “burn…with fire!!!”

“You shall not desire the silver or gold that is on them, nor take it unto You, lest You be snared therein!”

“For it is an abomination to Yah!”

“Your Father!!!”

“Neither shall You bring an abomination into…” “Your house!”

“Lest You be a cursed thing like it: but You shall utterly detest it, and You shall utterly abhor it; for it is a cursed thing!”

                               Deuteronomy   Chapter 8

“All the Commandments which I command You this day shall You observe to do, that You may live, and multiply, and go in and possess the Land which Yah swore unto your fathers!”

“And You shall remember all the way which Yah Your Father led You these forty years in the wilderness, to humble You, and to prove You, to know what was in Your heart, whether You would keep His Commandments, or no!”

“And He humbled You, and suffered You to hunger, and fed You with manna, which You knew not, neither did Your fathers know; that He might make You know that man does not live by bread only, but by every word that proceed out of the mouth of Yah does man live!!!”

“Your raiment waxed not old upon You, neither did Your foot swell, these forty years.”

“You shall also consider in your heart, that, as a man chastened his son, so…”

“Yah your Father chastened You!”

“Therefore You shall keep the Commandments of Yah Your Father, to walk in His ways, and to fear Him!”

“For Yah Your Father bring You into a good Land, a Land of brooks of water, of fountains and depths that spring out of valleys and hills;”

“A Land of wheat, and barley, and vines, and fig trees, and pomegranates; a Land of oil olive, and honey;”

“A Land wherein you shall eat bread without scarceness, You shall not lack any thing in it!”

“A Land whose stones are iron, and out of whose hills You may dig brass.”

“When You have eaten and are full, then You shall honor Yah Your Father for the good Land which He has given You!!!”

“Beware that You forget not Yah Your Father, in not keeping His Commandments, and His Judgments, and His Statutes…”

“Which I command You this day!”

“Lest when You have eaten and are full, and have built goodly houses, and dwelt therein;”

“And when Your herds and Your flocks multiply, and Your silver and Your gold is multiplied, and all that You have is multiplied;”

“Then Your heart be lifted up!!!”

“And You forget Yah!! Your Father!!!”

“Which brought You forth out of the Land of Mizrahyim, from the house of bondage;”

“Who led You through that great and terrible wilderness, wherein were fiery serpents, and scorpions, and drought, where there was no water; who brought You forth water out of the rock of flint;”


“Who fed You in the wilderness with manna, which Your fathers knew not, that He might humble You, and that He might prove You, to do You good at Your latter end;”

And You say in Your heart…

“My power and the might of mine hand has “gotten me this wealth!”

“But You shall remember Yah Your Father: for it is He that give You power to get wealth that He may establish his Covenant which He swore unto Your fathers, as it is this day.”

“And it shall be, if You do at all forget Yah!! Your Father, and walk after other gods, and serve them, and worship them…”

“I testify against You this day that You shall surely perish!!!”

“As the nations which Yah destroyed before Your face, so shall You perish; because You would not be obedient unto the voice of Yah Your Father!!!”



Amazing! The Real Mount Sinai…Still All Burnt Up Today!

Amazing! Behold! The Real Mount Sinai


Updated MAY 9, 2022



The top peak of the real Mount  Sinai  found in Saudi Arabia at  Jebel al Lawz!!

Secretly climbing the real Mount Sinai in Arabia! The forbidden mountain.

The Real Mount Sinai!

The Picture above are of the top peak of the real Mount Sinai when The All Mighty Yah of Host came down upon it with the fire of His coming and burnt it and blackened it…it is still blackened today.

The real Mount Sinai is in Saudi Arabia..at Jebel al Lawz.

“ Mount Sinai was completely in smoke because Yah descended upon it in Fire.

Its smoke ascended like the smoke of a furnace and the whole mountain quaked greatly.

 “Exodus 19:18

“And all the people saw the thunder and the lightning and heard the shofar and saw the mountain in smoke and when the people saw it they stood afar off and trembled.”


“Then they said to Mosheh;  

“You speak with us….and we will listen but do not let Yah speak with us..or we will die!!!”

Mosheh said to the people;

“ Do not fear for Yah has come to test and prove you..so that the fear of Yah will be with you so that you do not commit iniquity.”



Yes!!! The Almighty Creator is Real!!

The picture’s below is of The Real Mount Sinai..Burnt up…at Yah’s coming!!!

The Real…”Mount Sinai”

The picture below is of a black burnt piece of rock that was taken from the top of the real Mount Sinai where Yah The Almighty descended.


The  image below is of the fictitious, false, fake Mount Sinai given to the world to cover up and hide the Yahdaim, the true people of Yah, and the  true Real Mount Sinai.

The Pictures below show what the  Yahdaim were doing at the time Yah came down in great wrath and furious anger!!

They were worshiping their Egyptian Idol god the golden calf..Apis the bull…”



On top of this Altar. They set up this Altar also Pictured Below at this exact location at Mount Sinai.

The real true location where the “Yisraelites” turned their backs on Yah and began to worship “Apis the Bull,” an Egyptian god deity. 

The images below is at the real actual location at Mount Sinai where the ….“Yisraelites” were worshipping their god Apis the bull.

The black Hebrew Yisraelite organizations are still worshipping Apis the Bull today!

The pictures below are of the rock carvings worshiping Apix the bull the “Israelites” carved into the Altar rocks that provoked Yah to wrath and furious anger pictured above.


Even sadly today in this end time many of the so called black Hebrew Israelite organizations are still worshiping the gods of Mizrahyim (Egypt) continuing  these same gross abominations today.

The black Hebrew Israelite organizations are still worshipping Apis the Bull today!

These evil wicked abominations continue to provoke  Yah! The Almighty Creator of heavens and earth to this very day. 


LOOK!  The black Hebrew Israelites are to this very day….still worshiping  the…”


When Almighty Yah saw this wickedness that the children of Yahdaim was doing…His Wrath was kindled because of this great abomination.

The images below is at the real actual location at Mount Sinai where the ….Yisraelites were worshipping their god Apis the bull.

The black Hebrew Israelite organizations are still worshipping Apis the Bull today!

Yah through His Great and Awesome Power destroyed 3000 of the wicked Yahdaim.

The pictures below are of some of the ancient grave stones of the Yahdaim buried outside of the Yahdaim camp at the base of Mount Sinai.

The Yahdaim were consumed by Yah. Their unmarked head stones still standing today…unmarked because of their abominations against Yah.

YechetzqYah 20:12-13

“Moreover I also gave them My Sabbaths to be a sign between Me and them..that they might know that I am Yah Who sanctifies them.”

“But the house of Yahdaim rebelled against Me in the wilderness; they did not walk in MY Statutes and they despised My Judgements which if a man does he will live by them…and My Sabbaths they greatly polluted.”

“Then I thought: I will pour out My fury upon them in the wilderness…to consume them.”

Exsodus 24:4

The Pictures below are of the Altar of Mosheh (Moses) at Mount Sinai made with uncut stones. The stone marble Pillars below are 12 for the Twelve Tribes of Yahdaim.

“And Mosheh wrote all the words of Yah and he rose early in the morning and built an Altar at the foot of the mountain…and twelve pillars according to the Twelve Tribes of Yahdaim.”

The picture below are of the Sacrificial Altar Leading oxen to the Altar of Mosheh.

The view is looking down from the real Mount Sinai.





The Yahdaim Called by the Name of “Yah!”

The Rock at Horeb image below


We are the end time Remnant of Yah the…”


We are called with the Name of Yah the Almighty Creator of heavens and earth.

Yah is ONE! We worship Yah in ONENESS!

Thus Said Yah!!!

Chapter 6:27

“And they shall put…”



“And I will bless them!”

Chapter 28:10

“And all people of the earth shall see that you are “CALLED BY THE NAME OF YAH;” and they shall be afraid of you.”

Chapter 43:7

“Even every one that is…”


“For I have created him for My Honor, I have formed him; yea, I have made him.”

Chapter 14:9

Why should you be as a man dismayed, as a mighty man that cannot save? yet You, O’ Yah, are in the midst of us, and we are…’


leave us not!

Chapter 15:16

Your Words were found, and I did eat them; and Your Word was unto me the delight of mine heart: for I am…”


“O’ Yah of hosts!!!

Chapter 9:19

O’ Yah, hear; O’ Yah, forgive; O’ Yah, hearken and do; defer not, for Your own sake, O’ my Yah: for Your City and Your People are…”


Chapter 23:21

“Beware of him, and obey his voice, provoke him not; for he will not pardon your transgressions: for “MY NAME IS IN HIM.”

2 Samul
Chapter 6:2

And David arose, and went with all the people that were with him from Baale of Yahdah, to bring up from there the ark of Yah, whose Name is “CALLED BY THE NAME OF YAH” of hosts that dwell between the cherubims.










Updated March 23, 2022

                                           YeremYah                                                   Chapter 6:26

 O’ daughter of my people, gird you with sackcloth, and wallow yourself in ashes: make you mourning, as for an only son, most bitter lamentation: for the spoiler shall suddenly come upon us.


The Desolation of Yahrusalem!

O’ How deserted lies the city, once so full of people!

How like a widow is she, who once was great among the nations!

She who was queen among the provinces has now become a slave!

Bitterly she weeps at night, tears are upon her cheeks.

Among all her lovers there is none to comfort her.

All her friends have betrayed her; they have become her enemies.

After affliction and harsh labor, Yahdah has gone into exile.


She dwells among the nations; she finds no resting place.

All who pursue her have overtaken her in the midst of her distress.

The roads to Sion mourn, for no one comes to her appointed feasts.

All her gateways are desolate, her priests groan, her maidens grieve, and she is in bitter anguish.

Her foes have become her master’s…”


her enemies are at ease.

Yah has brought her grief because of her many transgressions.

Her children have gone into exile, captive before the foe.

All the splendor has departed from the Daughter of Sion.

Her princes are like deer that find no pasture in weakness they have fled before the pursuer.

In the days of her affliction and wandering Yahrusalem remembers all the treasures that were hers in days of old.

When her people fell into enemy hands, there was no one to help her!

Her enemies looked at her and laughed at her destruction!

Yahrusalem has greatly transgressed and so has become unclean.


All who honored her despise her, for they have seen her nakedness; she herself groans and turns away.

Her filthiness clung to her skirts; she did not consider her future.

Her fall was astounding; there was none to comfort her.

“Look, O’ Yah, on my affliction, for the enemy has triumphed.”

The enemy laid hands on all her treasures!

She saw pagan nations enter her Sanctuary…” 

Those you had forbidden to enter your assembly!


 All her people groan as they search for bread; they barter their treasures for food to keep themselves alive.

“Look, O’ Yah, and consider, for I am despised.”

Is it nothing to you, all you who pass by?
Look around and see.

Is any suffering like my suffering that was inflicted on me…

That Yah brought on me in the day of His… fierce anger?

From on high He sent fire, sent it down into my bones.

He spread a net for my feet and turned me back.
He made me desolate, faint all the day long.

My transgressions have been bound into a yoke; by His hands they were woven together.
They have come upon my neck and Yah has sapped my strength.

He has handed me over to those I cannot withstand.

Roman Fort Antonia known today as the wailing wall in Jerusalem Image below

Yah has rejected all the warriors in my midst;
He has summoned an army against me to crush my young men.

Yah has trodden as in a winepress the Virgin Daughter of Yahdah.

This is why I weep and my eyes overflow with…” “tears.”

No one is near to comfort me, no one to restore my spirit.

My children are destitute because the enemy has prevailed!

Sion stretches out her hands, but there is no one to comfort her.

Yah has decreed for Yahgob that his neighbors become his foes;

Yahrusalem has become an unclean thing among them.

Yah is righteous, yet I rebelled against His command.

Listen, all you peoples; look upon my suffering.
My young men and maidens have gone into exile.

I called to my allies but they betrayed me.
My priests and my old perished in the city while they searched for food to keep themselves alive.

See! O’ Yah, how distressed I am!

I am in torment within, and in my heart I am disturbed, for I have been most rebellious.

Outside, the sword bereaves; inside, there is only death!

People have heard my groaning, but there is no one to comfort me.

All my enemies have heard of my distress; they delight at what You have done.


     May You bring the day You have                                                announced…”


So they may become like me!


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Let all their wickedness come before You; deal with them as you have dealt with me because of all my iniquity.


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My groans are many and my heart is faint.


Yah’s Anger Towards Yahdaim!

How has Yah covered the daughter of Sion with a cloud in His anger, and cast down from heaven unto the earth the beauty of Yahdaim, and remembered not his footstool in the day of His anger!

Yah has swallowed up all the habitations of Yahgob, and has not pitied:

He has thrown down in His wrath the strong hold of the daughter of Yahdah;

He has brought them down to the ground:
He has polluted the Kingdom and the princes thereof.

He has cut off in His fierce anger all the horn of Yahdaim!

He has drawn back His right Hand and He burned against Yahgob like a flaming fire, which devoured round about.

Worshippers gather to pray at North Jacksonville church destroyed by fire

He has bent His bow like an enemy:
He stood with His right hand as an adversary, and slew all that were pleasant to the eye in the tabernacle of the daughter of Sion:

He poured out His fury like fire!!!

Yah was as an enemy: He has swallowed up Yahdaim, He has swallowed up all her palaces:
He has destroyed his strong holds, and has increased in the daughter of Yahdah
mourning and lamentation.

And He has violently taken away His Tabernacle, as if it were of a garden:

He has destroyed His places of the assembly:

Yah has caused the solemn feasts and Sabbaths to be forgotten in Sion, and has despised in the indignation of His anger the king and the priest.

Yah has cast off His Altar!

He has abhorred His Sanctuary.
He has given up into the hand of the enemy the walls of her palaces; they have made a noise in the House of Yah, as in the day of a solemn feast.

Yah has purposed to destroy the wall of the daughter of Sion: He has stretched out a line,
He has not withdrawn His hand from destroying: therefore He made the rampart and the wall to lament; they languished together.

Her gates are sunk into the ground;

He has destroyed and broken her bars: her king and her princes are among the Gentiles: the Law is no more;

“Her prophets also find no vision from Yah!!


The old of the daughter of Sion sit upon the ground, and keep silence: they have cast up dust upon their heads;

They have girded themselves with sackcloth: the virgins of Yahrusalem hang down their heads to the ground.

Mine eyes do fail with tears, my heart is troubled, my liver is poured upon the earth, for the destruction of the daughter of my people; because the children and the suckling’s swoon in the streets of the city.

They say to their mothers…

“Where is corn and wine?”

When they swooned as the wounded in the streets of the city, when their soul was poured out into their mothers’ bosom.

What thing shall I take to witness for you?

What thing shall I liken to you, O’ daughter of Yahrusalem?

What shall I equal to you, that I may comfort you, O’ virgin daughter of Sion?

For your breach is great like the sea: who can heal you?

Your prophets have seen vain and foolish things for you: and they have not discovered your iniquity, to turn away your captivity…”

“But have seen for you false burdens and causes of banishment!

All that pass by clap their hands at you; they hiss and wag their head at the daughter of Yahrusalem, saying…

Is this the city that men call the perfection of beauty, the delight of the whole earth?

All your enemies have opened their mouth against you: they hiss and gnash the teeth: they say…

“We have swallowed her up!”


“Certainly this is the day that we looked for!

“We have found, we have seen it!!!”

Yah has done that which He had devised;
He has fulfilled His word that He had commanded in the days of old:

He has thrown down, and has not pitied: and He has caused your enemy to delight over you.

He has set up the horn of your adversaries.

Their heart cried unto Yah!!!

O’ wall of the daughter of Sion, let tears run down like a river day and night: give yourself no rest;

“Let not the apple of your eye cease.”

Arise, cry out in the night: in the beginning of the watches pour out your heart like water before the face of Yah!

Lift up your hands toward Him for the life of your young children, that faint for hunger in the top of every street.

Behold! O’ Yah!

“And consider to whom You has done this!”

Shall the women eat their fruit, and children of a span long?

Shall the priest and the prophet be slain in the Sanctuary of Yah?

The young and the old lie on the ground in the streets: my virgins and my young men are fallen by the sword;

You has slain them in the day of Your anger;
You has killed, and not pitied.

You has called as in a solemn day my terrors round about, so that in the day of Yah’s anger none escaped nor remained:

Those that I have swaddled and brought up have mine enemy consumed.


YeremYah Shares the Affliction of Yahdaim

I am the man that has seen affliction by the rod of His wrath.

He has led me, and brought me into darkness, but not into light.

Surely against me is He turned;
He turned His hand against me all the day.

My flesh and my skin has he made old;
He has broken my bones.

He has build against me, and compassed me with gall and travail.

He has set me in dark places, as they that be dead of old.

Also when I cry and shout, He shut out my prayer.

He has enclosed my ways with hewn stone,
He has made my paths crooked.

He was unto me as a bear lying in wait, and as a lion in secret places.

He has turned aside my ways, and pulled me in pieces: He has made me desolate.
He has bent His bow, and set me as a mark for the arrow.

He has caused the arrows of His quiver to enter into my reins. I was a derision to all my people; and their song all the day.

He has filled me with bitterness,
He has made me drunken with wormwood.

He has also broken my teeth with gravel stones,
He has covered me with ashes.

And You have removed my soul far off from peace: I forgot prosperity.

And I said…”

“My strength and my hope is perished from Yah.”

Remembering mine affliction and my misery, the wormwood and the gall.

My soul has them still in remembrance, and is humbled in me. This I recall to my mind, therefore have I hope.

It is of Yah’s mercies that we are not consumed,
because His compassion fail not.

They are new every morning: great is Your trustfulness.

Yah is my portion, said my soul; therefore will I hope in Him.

Yah is good unto them that wait for Him, to the soul that seek Him. It is good that a man should both hope and quietly wait for the salvation of Yah. It is good for a man that he bear the yoke in his youth.

He sit alone and keep silence, because he has borne it upon him. He put his mouth in the dust; if so be there may be hope.

He give his cheek to him that smite him:
he is filled full with reproach.

For Yah will not cast off for ever: but though He cause grief, yet will He have compassion according to the multitude of His mercies.
For He does not afflict willingly nor grieve the children of men.

To crush under His feet all the prisoners of the earth, to turn aside the right of a man before the face of the Most High, to subvert a man in His cause,Yah approve not.

Who is he that said, and it come to pass, when Yah commanded it not?

Out of the mouth of the Most High proceed not evil and good?

Wherefore does a living man complain, a man for the punishment of his wickedness?

Let us search and try our ways, and turn again to Yah. Let us lift up our heart with our hands unto Yah in the heavens.

We have transgressed and have rebelled:
You have not pardoned.

You have covered with anger, and persecuted us:

You have slain,You have not pitied.

You have covered Yourself with a cloud,                  that our prayer should not pass through.

You have made us as the off scouring and refuse in the midst of the people.

All our enemies have opened their mouths against us.

Fear and a snare is come upon us, desolation and destruction.

Mine eye run down with rivers of water for the destruction of the daughter of my people.

Mine eye trickle down, and cease not, without any intermission, till Yah look down, and behold from heaven.

Mine eye affect mine heart because of all the daughters of my city.

Mine enemies chased me sore, like a bird, without cause. They have cut off my life in the dungeon, and cast a stone upon me.
Waters flowed over mine head; then I said, I am cut off.

I called upon Your Name, O’ Yah, out of the low dungeon.

You have heard my voice: hide not Your ear at my breathing, at my cry. You drew near in the day that I called upon You:

                                              You said…

“Fear not!”

O’ Yah, You has pleaded the causes of my soul;
You have redeemed my life.

O’ Yah, You has seen my wrong: judge You my cause.

You has seen all their vengeance and all their imaginations against me.

You has heard their reproach, O’Yah, and all their imaginations against me; the lips of those that rose up against me, and their device against me all the day.

Behold their sitting down, and their rising up; I am their music.

Render unto them a recompense, O’ Yah, according to the work of their hands.
Give them sorrow of heart Your curse unto them.

Persecute and destroy them in anger from under the heavens of Yah!

                                              CHAPTER 4

                        Description of the Siege

How is the gold become dim!

How is the most fine gold changed!

The stones of the Sanctuary are poured out in the top of every street. The precious sons of Sion, comparable to fine gold, how are they esteemed as earthen pitchers, the work of the hands of the potter!

Even the sea monsters draw out the breast, they give suck to their young ones: the daughter of my people is become cruel, like the ostriches in the wilderness.

The tongue of the sucking child cleave to the roof of his mouth for thirst: the young children ask bread, and no man break it unto them.

They that did feed delicately are desolate in the streets: they that were brought up in scarlet embrace dunghills.

For the punishment of the iniquity of the daughter of my people is greater than the punishment of the wickedness of Sodom,
that was overthrown as in a moment,
and no hands stayed on her.

Her Nazarites were purer than snow, they were whiter than milk, they were more ruddy in body than rubies, their polishing was of sapphire: their visage is blacker than a coal; they are not known in the streets: their skin cleave to their bones; it is withered, it is become like a stick.

They that be slain with the sword are better than they that be slain with hunger: for these pine away, stricken through for want of the fruits of the field.

The hands of the pitiful women have sodden their own children: they were their meat in the destruction of the daughter of my people.

Yah has accomplished His fury;
He has poured out His fierce anger, and has kindled a fire in Sion, and it has devoured the foundations thereof.

The kings of the earth, and all the inhabitants of the world, would not have believed that the adversary and the enemy should have entered into the gates of Yahrusalem.

For the wickedness of her prophets, and the iniquities of her priests, that have shed the blood of the just in the midst of her, they have wandered as blind men in the streets, they have polluted themselves with blood, so that men could not touch their garments.

They cried unto them, Depart you; it is unclean; depart, depart, touch not: when they fled away and wandered, they said among the heathen,
They shall no more sojourn there.

The anger of Yah has divided them;
He will no more regard them: they respected not the persons of the priests, they favored not the old.

As for us, our eyes as yet failed for our vain help:
in our watching we have watched for a nation that could not save us.

They hunt our steps, that we cannot go in our streets: our end is near, our days are fulfilled;
for our end is come.

Our persecutors are swifter than the eagles of the heaven: they pursued us upon the mountains, they laid wait for us in the wilderness. The breath of our nostrils, the anointed of Yah, was taken in their pits, of whom we said..

“Delight and be glad, O’ daughter of Edom, that dwell in the land of Uz; the cup also shall pass through unto you: you shall be drunken, and shall make yourself naked.”

Coincidentally, the Eclipse of 2024 will occur exactly on the day that the Hebrew Yahdaim Passover Festival is celebrated, at which time the True Hebrew People were freed from Slavery of ancient Mizrahyim (Egypt).

According to the Torah, Hebrew Yahdaim Scriptures,Eclipses are“WARNING SIGNS” from The Almighty Yah to lead the people of the land to “REPENT,” for they will come after Yah’s Judgement on Earth.

The “X” in Ancient Hebrew is the Taw (Tav)

The Tav has a numeric value of “400” which symbolize 400 Years” of Slavery Ending.

According to the Torah, Hebrew scriptures, Eclipses are “WARNING SIGNS” from The Almighty Yah to lead the people to repent, for they will come after Yah’s Judgement on Earth.

This occurred with the City of Nineveh, where due to the “WARNING” of the Prophet Yonah they repented, and the City was saved.

Yonah Chapter 3:1-10

And the word of Yah came unto Yonah the second time, saying…

“Arise, go unto Nineveh, that great city, and preach unto it the preaching that I bid you.”

So Yonah arose, and went unto Nineveh, according to the word of Yah.

Now Nineveh was an exceeding great city of three days’ journey.”

Ancient City of Nineveh image below

The punishment of your iniquity is accomplished, O’ daughter of Sion;
He will no more carry you away into captivity:

He will visit your iniquity, O’ daughter of Edom;

He will discover your wickedness.

                                        CHAPTER 5

                       A Prayer for Mercy

Remember, O’ Yah, what is come upon us: consider, and behold our reproach.

Our inheritance is turned to strangers, our houses to aliens.

We are orphans and fatherless, our mothers are as widows.

We have drunken our water for money; our wood is sold unto us.

Our necks are under persecution: we labor, and have no rest.

We have given the hand to the Egyptians, and to the Assyrians, to be satisfied with bread.

Our fathers have transgressed, and are not; and we have borne their iniquities.

There is none that does deliver us out of their hand. We get our bread with the peril of our lives because of the sword of the wilderness.

Our skin was black like an oven because of the terrible famine.

They ravished the women in Sion, and the maids in the cities of Yahdah.

Princes are hanged up by their hand: the faces of the old were not honored.

They took the young men to grind, and the children fell under the wood.

The old have ceased from the gate, the young men from their music.

The delight of our heart is ceased; our dance is turned into mourning.

The crown is fallen from our head: woe unto us, that we have transgressed!

For this our heart is faint; for these things our eyes are dim. Because of the mountain of Sion,which is desolate, the foxes walk upon it.

You, Yah, reign forever;Your Throne endures from generation to generation.

Why do You always forget us?

Why do You forsake us so long?

Restore us to Yourself, Yah, that we may return; renew our days as of old unless You have utterly rejected us and are angry with us beyond measure.


Chapter 1

The vision of ObadYah.

Thus said Yah concerning Edom;

We have heard a rumor from Yah, and an ambassador is sent among the heathen, Arise you, and let us rise up against her in battle!

 Behold! I have made you small among the heathen: you are greatly despised!!

 The pride of your heart has deceived you, you that dwell in the clefts of the rock, whose habitation is high; that said in his heart…”

  “Who shall bring me down to the ground?”

 “Though you exalt yourself as the eagle, and though you set your nest among the stars, thence will I bring you down.”

 If thieves came to you, if robbers by night, would they not have stolen till they had enough? if the grape gatherers came to you, would they not leave some grapes?

 How are the things of Esau searched out! how are his hidden things sought up!

 All the men of your confederacy have brought you even to the border: the men that were at peace with you have deceived you, and prevailed against you; they that eat your bread have laid a wound under you: there is none understanding in him.”

 “Shall I not in that day, even destroy the wise men out of Edom, and understanding out of the mount of Esau?”

“And your mighty men, O’ Teman, shall be dismayed, to the end that every one of the mount of Esau may be cut off by slaughter.”

 “For your violence against your brother Yahgob shame shall cover you, and you shall be cut off forever.”

 “In the day that you stood on the other side, in the day that the strangers carried away captive his forces, and foreigners entered into his gates, and cast lots upon Yahrusalem, even you was as one of them.”

 “But you should not have looked on the day of your brother in the day that he became a stranger; neither should you have delight over the children of Yahdah in the day of their destruction; neither should you have spoken proudly in the day of distress.”

 “You should not have entered into the gate of My people in the day of their calamity; yea, you should not have looked on their affliction in the day of their calamity, nor have laid hands on their substance in the day of their calamity;”

 “Neither should you have stood in the cross-way, to cut off those of his that did escape; neither should you have delivered up those of his that did remain in the day of distress.”

For the day of Yah is near upon all the heathen: as you has done, it shall be done unto you: your reward shall return upon your own head.”


 “For as you have drunk upon My Mountain, so shall all the heathen drink continually, yea, they shall drink, and they shall swallow down, and they shall be as though they had not been.”

But upon mount Sion shall be deliverance, and the house of Yahgob shall possess their possessions.”

And the house of Yahgob shall be a fire, and the house of Yoseph a flame, and the house of Esau for stubble, and they shall kindle in them, and devour them; and there shall not be any remaining of the house of Esau; for Yah has spoken it.”

 And they of the south shall possess the mount of Esau; and they of the plain the Philistines: and they shall possess the fields of Ephraim, and the fields of Samaria: and Benjamin shall possess Gilead.

“And the captivity of this host of the children of Yahdaim shall possess that of the Canaanites, even unto Zarephath; and the captivity of Yahrusalem, which is in Sepharad, shall possess the cities of the south.”

 And saviors shall come up on mount Sion to judge the mount of Esau; and the kingdom shall be Yah’s!




Yah the Creator made two great lights…the greater light to govern the day…





Updated March 10, 2022

Yah the Creator made a lesser light to govern the night..

He also made the stars.

Just by looking at the moon you are suppose to be able to tell when the weekly Sabbath occurs…always falling on  specific lunar phases.

That is the main point for this doctrine to produce an heavenly marker to determine when the Sabbath occurs…

instead of associating the Sabbath with Yah!!

When does a day begin? The Truth about Lunar Sabbath

 Yah The Creator is our own example of rest as we are commanded.

Exodus 20:11, 31-17

Nothing in Yah’s word says the moon has anything to do with the weekly Sabbath.

When does a day begin? The Truth about Lunar Sabbath


 Yah The Creator said…

“Let there be light in the expanse of the sky to separate the day from the night and let them serve  as signs to mark the “FEASTS” and for “DAYS” and “YEARS.”

And let them be lights in the expanse of the sky to “GIVE LIGHT ON THE EARTH.”

And it was so!

The creation account in Genesis 2, plainly teaches that the weekly Sabbath cycle was not based on the heavenly luminaries but simply on the “SEVEN DAYS” in the original  creation week put in perpetual motion by Almighty Yah.


 EXODUS 31:17

To say the weekly Sabbath changes every month according to the cycles of the moon…

“is to make the memorial to the Creative rest of Yah into a memorial to the moon.”

Genesis 1 and 2 are crystal clear that Yah created the heavens and the earth in six days and then he rested on the Seventh Day.

When Yah  the  Creator separated the light from the darkness…He called the light day, and He defined that day as being made up of both the evening and the morning ( dawn).


The evening and the morning were the first day, Genesis 1:5.


is the main text that is used to support the “day beginning at sunset.”

When does a day begin? The Truth about Lunar Sabbath


Contains Yah’s  directions regarding


if everyday began at evening, He would not have needed to tell  the Yahdaim  to begin their observance of “Day of Atonement the evening before.”

Day of Atonement spans two calendar dates; the ninth and tenth.

“From evening to evening…you shall celebrate your Sabbath. On the tenth day of the seventh month. there shall be a day of Atonement it shall be unto you a Sabbath of rest and you shall afflict your souls; in the ninth day of the month from evening to evening shall you celebrate your Sabbath.” Leviticus 23:27,32.

If the day began at evening Mosheh (Moses) would have simply been told; Day of Atonement is on the tenth day of the seventh month.

What Yah the Creator has separated…no man should join together.

Claiming the day begins at midnight or at sunset…joins together what the Creator has separated .

The Sabbath of the fourth commandment is to stand as a memorial of creation…a constant reminder of the Power of the Creator.



Lucifer boasted that he would change times and laws. Daniul 7:25…by changing the day of worship/ rest, the calendar used to find that day, and even when the day begins, he has stolen worship that rightfully belongs to the Creator.

Thus Said Yah Almighty!

“Surely My Sabbaths you shall keep for it is a sign between Me and you…throughout your generations…that you may know that I am Yah who sanctifies you.”  Exodus 31:13



“Let there be light!…”

And there was light and Yah saw the light that it was beneficial and Yah divided between the light and between the darkness.

And Yah called the light Day and the darkness, He called Night And the  “EVENING”…and the...“MORNING” (dawn)….were the….“FIRST DAY.”



A complete day consist of three lights…”DAY LIGHT…EVENING LIGHT… “and”  MORNING LIGHT (dawn).

The Sabbath Day doesn’t begin at sunset and ends at sunset  that is an abomination and the..

Babylonian  Lunar Shabattu

The Sabbath Day doesn’t begin at sunrise and ends at sunset…that is an abomination and profaning Yah’s Sabbath.

This would mean that Yah’s Sabbath Day is only 12 hours…so you mean to tell me that man and beast only rest for 12 hours, after working for a whole week.

1 Samual 11:11

“The next day” Shaul  separated his men into three divisions, and they charged into the Ammonite’s camp “during the morning” watch, killing them until the “heat of the day.” Those who survived were scattered, so that no two of them were left together.”

1 Samual 19:11  

Shoul  sent messenger’s  to Dawid’s house to watch it and kill him “in the morning.” But Michal, Dawid’s wife told him and said; If you do not save your life “this night“tomorrow” you will be killed.

 NUMBERS 11:32

And the people stayed up all that day and all that night….and all the next day,and gathered the quail.            


There were two distinct calendars were current in Yahrusalem. The first..a Solar Calendar. This Solar Calendar was well adapted to the conditions of the simple agriculture life which the Yahdaim lived during the first period of their sojourn in Palestine…it reckoned the day from sunrise.




The second calendar was Luni-Solar year. The day now came quite naturally to be reckoned from sunset.

This second calendar was obviously based upon “Babylonian models” and was adopted under direct Babylonian influence at about 600 BC…when Babylonian religion and general culture began to affect with steadily increasing force the Hebrew exiles in Babylonia and through those of them who return from exile the Hebrew’s who had remained in Palestine.

Visiting Babylon





Counting from the new moon..the Babylonians celebrated every Seventh-Day..as a “Holy-day” called an..”Evil-Day.” On these days officials were prohibited from various activities and common men were forbidden to make a wish on each of them..offerings were made to a.. different god and goddess at night fall to avoid prohibitions.

“Merodach and Ishtar” on the 7th“Ninlil” and “Nergal” on the 14th..“Sin” and “Shamash” on the 21st..and “Enki”,  “Mah” and “Tammuz” on the 28th.

SIN  The deity of the moon, after the conflation of the semitic diety Sin with the Sumerian deity Nanna.


This is also the Sabbath of the Jewish people  that are living in Israel today they observe the..”


During the 6th century BC Babylonian exile of the Hebrews.. the Babylonian month names were adopted into the Hebrew calendar such as “lyyar,” “Tammuz,” “Ab,” “Elul,” “Sin,””Tishri” and “Adar.”

The true Hebrews today are calling themselves  the Nation of  Israel…”


The northern kingdom of “ISRAEL” continued to worship idols. Yah caused the Assyrian people to attack them.

The Assyrians carried most of them away as prisoners to Babylon.

And are still doing this abomination against the Most High Yah…by observing this pagan Babylonian Shabbattu..


YAHDAIM!!.. if you are observing this pagan Babylonian  Shabattu you are worshiping the pagan deity…“SIN”...the moon god.

YAHDAIM!…stop using this word...“SIN”…you are calling on an Babylonian moon god, use the word  “INIQUITY”  or “WICKEDNESS” instead.

                                      THUS SAID YAH!!

“Remember the Shabbat Day by keeping it Set-Apart. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the Seventh Day is a Shabbat to..Yah your Abba.”

“On it you shall not do any work, neither you, nor your wife, nor your son, or your daughter, nor your manservant, nor your maidservant, nor your animals. Nor the stranger within your gates. For in six days I Yah made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, but rested on the Seventh Day.”

Therefore Yah honored the Shabbat Day and made it set-apart.


“Moreover I also gave them My Sabbaths to be a sign between Me and them that they might know that I am Yah Who sanctifies them.”

“But the house of Yahdaim rebelled against Me in the wilderness;”

“They did not walk in MY Statutes and they despised My Judgements which if a man does he will live by them, and My Sabbaths they greatly polluted.”

“Then I thought: I will pour out My fury upon them in the wilderness to consume them.”

The Real Mount Sinai Image below!

Babylonian Priest


YAHDAIM! if you are observing the wicked Babylonian Shabbatu“evening to evening” 6th and 7th day. You are directly disobeying Yah’s 4th commandment.

We are commanded to put away the evil and the abominations that Yah hate.  

A complete day has three lights…which are all lights part of the same day….

“DAY LIGHT”.“EVENING LIGHT”…and “MORNING LIGHT” (dawn )….The First Day.   

Catholic Bishop confessed that they change the Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday! 

I have repeatedly offered $ 1,000 dollars to anyone who can prove to me, from the bible alone, that I am bound to keep  Sunday holy. There is no such law in the bible, It is a law of the holy Catholic Church alone.” The bible says; remember, the Sabbath Day to keep it holy.” The Catholic Church says;”

“NO! by my divine power! I abolish the Sabbath Day and command you to keep holy the first day of the week, and lo the entire civilized world bows down in reverence obedience, to the command of the holy Catholic Church.” 

Yea and like water your lies shall flow away;
For your riches shall not abide
But speedily ascend from you!





Rock of Horeb

Updated March 9, 2022




Footage from Base of The Split Rock at Horeb – With Ryan Mauro

Chapter 17:16

Thus Said Yah Almighty Creator of heavens and earth!

“Behold! I will stand before you there upon the rock in Horeb; and you shall smite the rock, and there shall come water out of it, that the people may drink. And Moses did so in the sight of the elders of Yahdaim.”


Psalm 78: 12-16

In the sight of their Fathers…Yah performed a wonder in the land of Mizrahyim (Egypt) in the field of Zoan; He divided the sea and brought them through;

The location below is where the children of Yahdaim Crossed over at the Red Sea when Yah parted  the waters and performed a wonder in the land of Mizrahyim.


The actual location below is where the people of Yahdaim crossed over the Red Sea. The rocks and sand fused together to form a solid surface.

Shocking! The rocks and sand melted, and fused together by Yah the Almighty great and powerful force to form a solid surface  like concrete.

He made the waters stand in a heap like a wall. He led them with a cloud by day…and through the night by light of fire.


Rock of Horeb


Chapter 17:1-16

And all the congregation of the children of Yahdaim journeyed from the wilderness of Sin, after their journeys, according to the commandment of Yah, and pitched in Rephidim: and there was no water for the people to drink.

Wherefore the people did rebuke with Moses, and said…”

“Give us water that we may drink!”

And Moses said unto them…”

“Why rebuke you with me? wherefore do you tempt Yah?

And the people thirsted there for water; and the people murmured against Moses, and said…”

“Wherefore is this that you has brought us up out of Mizrahyim (Egypt), to kill us and our children and our cattle with thirst?”

And Moses cried unto Yah, saying…”

“What shall I do unto this people?”
 “They be almost ready to stone me!”

And Yah said unto Moses…”

“Go on before the people, and take with you of the elders of Yahdaim; and your rod, wherewith you smote the river, take in your hand, and go!!”

“Behold! I will stand before you there upon the rock in Horeb; and you shall strike the rock, and there shall come water out of it, that the people may drink.”

And Moses did so in the sight of the elders of Yahdaim.

And he called the name of the place Massah, and Meribah, because of the rebuke of the children of Yahdaim, and because they tempted Yah, saying…”

“Is Yah among us, or not?

Then came Amalek, and fought with Yahdaim in Rephidim.

And Moses said unto Yahshua…”

“Choose us out men, and go out, fight with Amalek.”

“Tomorrow I will stand on the top of the hill with the rod of Yah in mine hand.”

So Yahshua did as Moses had said to him, and fought with Amalek: and Moses, Aaron, and Hur went up to the top of the hill.

And it came to pass, when Moses held up his hand, that Yahdaim prevailed: and when he let down his hand, Amalek prevailed.

But Moses’ hands were heavy; and they took a stone, and put it under him, and he sat thereon; and Aaron and Hur stayed up his hands, the one on the one side, and the other on the other side; and his hands were steady until the going down of the sun.

And Yahshua discomfited Amalek and his people with the edge of the sword.

And Yah said unto Moses…”

“Write this for a memorial in a book, and rehearse it in the ears of Yahshua: for I will utterly put out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven.”

And Moses built an altar, and called the name of it Jehovahnissi:

For he said…”

“Because Yah has sworn that He Yah will have war with Amalek from generation to generation.”

Numbers                                                                                        Chapter 20:1-13

Then came the children of Yahdaim, even the whole congregation, into the desert of Zin in the first month: and the people abode in Kadesh; and Miriam died there, and was buried there.

And there was no water for the congregation: and they gathered themselves together against Mosheh and against Aaron.

And the people chide with Mosheh, and spoke, saying…

“Would Yah that we had died when our brethren died before Yah!”

“And why have you brought up the congregation of Yah into this wilderness, that we and our cattle should die there?”

“And wherefore have you made us to come up out of Mizrahyim (Egypt) to bring us in unto this evil place?

it is no place of seed, or of figs, or of vines, or of pomegranates; neither is there any water to drink.”

And Mosheh and Aaron went from the presence of the assembly unto the door of the tabernacle of the congregation, and they fell upon their faces: and Yah appeared unto them.

And Yah spoke unto Mosheh, saying…

“Take the rod, and gather you the assembly together, you, and Aaron your brother, and speak you unto the rock before their eyes; and it shall give forth his water, and you shall bring forth to them water out of the rock: so you shall give the congregation and their beasts drink.”

And Mosheh took the rod from before Yah, as he commanded him.

And Mosheh and Aaron gathered the congregation together before the rock, and he said unto them…

“Hear now, you rebels; must we fetch you water out of this rock?”

And Moses lifted up his hand, and with his rod he smote the rock twice: and the water came out abundantly, and the congregation drank, and their beasts also.

And Yah spoke unto Mosheh and Aaron…

“Because you believed Me not, to sanctify Me in the eyes of the children of Yahdaim, therefore you shall not bring this congregation into the land which I have given them.”

This is the water of Meribah; because the children of Yahdaim strove with Yah, and He was sanctified in them.

And Mosheh did so in the sight of the aged of Yahdaim.”

And he called the name of the place Massah, and Meribah, because of the chiding of the children of Yahdaim, and because they tempted Yah, saying, Is Yah among us, or not?

Psalm 78: 12-16

He split the rock in the wilderness and gave them water as abundant as the depths.

He also brought streams out of the rock…and caused waters to run down like rivers.

Water Marks pictured above and below on ground at base of the Rock at Horeb.

Water Marks pictured above and below on ground at base of the Rock at Horeb.

The pictures below is of stones the Yahdaim used for their tents..at the base of the Rock of Horeb in their incampment.