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Thy God, oh Dan, liveth! (augmented 14.10.21 with an article on findings in the City of Dan below)

Aktualisiert: 14. Okt 2021

Amos 8.14: "They that swear by the sin of Samaria, and say, Thy god, O Dan, liveth; and, The manner of Beersheba liveth; even they shall fall, and never rise up again"

Who exactly are the tribe of Dan? Why is his identity significant? Having read through the scriptures several times I have come to the conclusion that the Tribe of Dan represents a military power in the Bible called “Assyria”, which is modern-Day Germany.

If this indeed proves to be the case, we must indict the Tribe of Dan for taking hostage his own kin, the tribes of Israel (not Judah) – in particular, the firstborn son – Ephraim – into captivity and moving them from their home in Canaan to middle European territory where we have been persecuted and slaughtered for thousands of years under the guise of “government” and “freedumb” by both Dan, Esau and myriad numbers of pagan-heathen Canaanite stock, who masquerade as our owners.

The passages in II Kings 18 describe the land of “Assyria”, which could be Germany today: "… I come to take you away to a land like your own land, a land of corn and wine, a land of bread and vineyards, a land of oil olive and honey …” (32)

This may seem impossible, in particular because we learn from “history” that “Assyria” was a power located in “Mesopatamia”. But the studious observer remains unshaken, for he knows that the written word is pliable and can be “stretched” to fit multiple agendas.

The scribes have always been especially keen to obscure the truth and therefore utilize certain literally forms to cover up knowledge of reality and to keep us in the dark and ignorant of their various plans and chief devices to enslave all of mankind in a coup of outrageously unthinkable proportions.

The use of Pseudonyms is rampant in historical documents, including in the Bible, and copiously employed. One example is the use of the term “Assyria” (Bible) and “Mesopatamia” (history books) used in place of the Tribe of Dan and Germany as a location designation. Others call the Hebrews "Scythians" and still others claim that the Hebrew seed of Jacob-Israel has simply disappeared from the face of the flat earth. The urge and the drive to "evaporate" Israel belongs to those who have stolen his birthright.

Once we realize that Assyria is actually Germany, we simply consult the German language to ascertain who those tribes of Israel were, namely, the German-speaking peoples who are the British, the Dutch, the Danish, the Norwegians and the Swedes (and of course some Germans as well) of “middle Europe” or, “Mesopatamia”. These language groups are all derivatives of the German tongue, which is based upon the ancient Hebrew.[i]

Scripture gives us many other clues about the identity of Dan – here a little, there a little and of course, line upon line, precept upon precept. (Is 28.10) Everything our Almighty Creator does, makes sense. He is the personification of the Law, He is Order.

He holds the Earth and the fulness thereof together. (Col 1.15-17; Ps 24.1) Therefore, the conclusions we draw from reading Scripture and piecing together the clues we find, must make sense and, literally and figuratively, “line up” with the whole of the message, and reality, which of course includes historical contexts. History is reality.[ii]

The scribes have crafted Dan to be an elusive figure. But if we dig and apply precept upon precept, a picture of the tribe of Dan emerges in startling clarity.

One thing we do know about him, is that Dan was the firstborn son of Bilhah, Rachel´s handmaid; he was the 5th son of Jacob after the first four sons of Leah, the sister of Rachel, the “counterfeit” bride. (Gen 29.18; Gen 29.31)

And, we know that Dan was evil. (Gen 37.2)

Gen 46.23 reveals only that Dan had, before the time of the Exodus with his father Jacob to Egypt, begotten only one son, whose name was, reportedly, Hushim.[iii]

“In Genesis 46:23 "the children of Dan" are said to have been Hushim. The name is plural, as if of a tribe rather than an individual. In (Numbers 26:42) the name is changed to Shuham.”[iv]

The foregoing is an exemplary display of how names have been “changed” in the Bible in order to preclude understanding of context in the big, historical, picture. And by “historical” I mean past, present and future, as nothing ever really changes. (Ecc 3.15)

Upon examination of the names Hushim and Shuham we notice that the “i” of Hushim was exchanged for the “a” of Shuham and otherwise the letters have simply been reassembled.[v]

In other words, “Shuham” could be an indication that Dan and his entire tribe were cursed, as Ham and Canaan were and are still, cursed. (Gen 9.25) This is a perfect observation of how the Almighty Creator overrides corruption "hidden" in the Bible to reveal the truth to His children, to those who want to know the truth.

Another relevant hint about who Dan was and is today can be found in the person(s) of Hiram/Huram, the blacksmith, builder and alchemical sorcerer from Tyre.