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by Allen (1917)



"Now Israel loved Joseph more than all his children, because he
was the son of his old age, and he made him a coat of many

     A souvenir of this coat of many colors which Jacob made for
Joseph is still found in the many-colored plaid, as worn by the
Scotch Highlanders, not only at home, but by Highlander
societies, which exist in nearly every large AngloSaxon city. The
use of this vari-colored plaid, and the custom of wearing it, can
be traced as far back as the Scottish people have any history,
and yet its origin among them is unknown; that is, it was unknown
until they began to know that they were the descendants of


     Also, once upon a time, the Gileadites were at war with
Ephraim-Israel, "and the Gileadites took the passes of Jordan
before the Ephraimites; and it was so, at when those Ephraimites
which were escaped said, Let me go over; that the men of Gilead
said unto them, Art thou an Ephraimite? If he said, Nay; then
said they unto him, Say now Shibboleth, and he said, S-iboleth;
for he could not frame to pronounce it right." The Ephraimites
seem to have had trouble to pronounce the letter h, and many of
Ephraim's people still have trouble with their h's, especially
the modern "Cockney."

(Yes the Emglish are somewhat famous for not pronouncing "h" - so
they say "ouse" and not House; "orse" and not "horse" and etc.
From someone who grew ujp in England I am well aware of the
English not pronouncing "h" - Keith Hunt)


     The Gileadites seem to have worsted Israel in this war to
which we have referred, but, according to prophecy, there was to
come a time when Ephraim would nevermore be conquered by a
Gentile nation. And it must have been to this end that the Lord
told the islands to keep silent, "until my people renew their
strength." For of this same people, this Israel that is dwelling
in the isles, the Lord says: "Behold, all that were incensed
against thee shall be ashamed and confounded; they that strive
against thee shall perish; they shall be as nothing. Thou shalt
seek them, even them that contended with thee; they that war
against thee shall be as nothing, and as a thing of naught. For
I, the Lord thy God, will hold thy right hand, saying unto thee,
Fear not; I will help thee. Fear not, thou worm Jacob, and ye men
of Israel; I will help thee, sai h the Lord." - Isa.41:11-14.


     When Balak, the king of Moab, hired Balaam to curse Israel,
and he could not, but was compelled by the Lord to bless Israel,
he said: "God brought him forth out of Egypt; he (Israel) hath,
as it were, the strength of an UNICORN; he shall eat up the
nations his enemies, and shall break their bones, and pierce them
through with his ARROws. He crouched, he lay down as a lion, and
as a GREAT LION. Who shall stir him up? Blessed is he that
blesseth thee, and cursed is he that curseth thee." - Num.24:8-9.

     Now, it is a most remarkable fact that two of thee racial
emblems, the LION and the UNICORN, which were given to Israel
with that compulsory blessing, are in the coat-of-arms of Great
Britain. This insignia, or national seal, is, in part, the "Harp
of David," which was brought to the isles by Dan and Simeon, with
the Unicorn reared on one side and the Great Lion on the other.
The Lion is both Judah's and Israel's, so also is the Unicorn not
only Israel's, but Joseph's, and yet in a special sense it
belongs to Ephraim, because he had the precedence in birthright. 
Thus Moses, on the day of his death, while he was reiterating and
enlarging upon the prophecies and promises made by Jacob to each
of the tribal heads, said, concerning the blessings of Joseph:   
"His glory is like the firstling of his Bullock, and his horns
are like the horns of Unicorns; with them he shall push the
people together to the ends of the earth; and they are the ten
thousands of Ephraim (the thousands of each of the ten tribes)
and the thousands (of the one tribe) of Manasseh."
     The English have not only the lion and the unicorn, but they
have also that which to them may mean only a circle divided into
four quarters. Still it is really a reproduction of Ephraim's
cake, for the four quarterings are made by a cross. (See cut.) In
one of these quarterings is David's harp, and in each of the
other three are young lions.


     That Manasseh was a separate tribe is known from the
following: "There was also a lot of the tribe of Manasseh, for he
was the first-born of Joseph." Joshua 17: 1. Also the following: 
"For the children of Joseph were two tribes, Manasseh and
Ephraim; therefore, they gave no part unto the Levites in the
land, save cities to dwell in, with their suburbs."Joshua 14:4.  
Thus was the land divided by lot as the Lord commanded, "But unto
the tribe of Levi (the priests) Moses gave not any inheritance;
the Lord God of Israel was their inheritance." Thus with Joseph's
two tribes, which was his promised "double portion," there were
thirteen tribes in Israel, and only twelve divisions of the land,
so the Levites could have no land inheritance; but they had the
Lord, which was far better, and they were allowed to eat the meat
of sacrifice from off the holy altar.
     But Manasseh was not only a separate tribe, but as a
partaker of the birthright blessing, he and Ephraim were to grow
together until they became a multitude in the midst of the earth;
then he was to be separated from his brethren, and become a great
nation. This is the reason of the prophecy, "Joseph is a fruitful
bough, even a fruitful bough by a well (literally by the water),
whose branches run over the wall." Thus God said: "Let the
blessing come upon the top of the head of him that was separated
from his brethren."
     Since there are thirteen tribes in Israel, and since Ephraim
and Manasseh were adopted after all the rest were born, and
Ephraim is counted for Joseph, or rather that they are counted
interchangeably, there is no other chance for Manasseh,
numerically speaking, but that he is number thirteen.  Now, it is
a significant

"He also shall become a People, and he also shall be Great." Gen.
xlviii. 19.


fact, that when Manasseh separated from Ephraim-when the people
who have become a great nation separated from those who have
become a company of nations, because their branches have
continued to run over the wall-he, Manasseh, or America, had just
thirteen states, and that thirteen is the prominent number in all
the emblems and heraldry of the land.


     The first national flag of those original United States had
thirteen Stars and thirteen Bars. The bars symbolize the Union,
and the constellation of thirteen stars was intended to symbolize
the nation formed of thirteen independent states.
     In this, the Great Seal of our country, as represented
above, we have the arms and crest of the United States of
America. We would first call your attention to the fact that the
eagle is holding in what is called the "Dexter" talon an Olive
Branch. In the fourteenth chapter of Hosea, that prophet, who has
so much to say about lost Ephraim-Israel, we have the following:
"O Israel, return unto the Lord thy God; I will heal their
backslidings; I will love them freely; for mine anger is turned
away from him...I will be as the dew to Israel; he shall grow
like the lily (the national flower of Egypt), and cast forth his
roots as Lebanon (royal cedar). His branches shall spread, and
his beauty shall be as the OLIVE tree. Ephraim will say, What
have I to do any more with idols?" Ephraim is the representative
of the house of Joseph, and we have placed this Scripture before
our readers that they may see that the Olive tree is among the
insignia of the birthright family, and that it is here
represented as belonging to one of the Branches of the birthright
kingdom, and since the birthright is Joseph's, it is the Olive
Branch of Joseph which has been placed in the "Coat of Arms" of
Manasseh, the thirteenth tribe in Israel, who has now fulfilled
the prophecy of becoming a great nation.

     Still this fact, if it stood alone, might not mean so much,
but in the other talon, which is called the "Sinister," is a
"Bundle of thirteen Arrows," which represents the nation
individually and collectively prepared for war. It is marvelous
that the Olive Branch should have been made our official insignum
of Peace, and that the Arrows should have been made by law to
represent the War Power of the country, for the Arrows were in
the heraldry of Israel, as well as the Unicorn and Lion, when
Balaam was compelled to bless instead of curse them.   Also, the
Josephites were Bow-men, and Jacob, after speaking of Joseph and
his branches, said, "The archers have sorely grieved him, and
shot at him, and hated him. But his Bow (munitions of war) abode
in strength, and the Arms of his hands were made strong by the
hands of the mighty God of Jacob." Gen.49:23-24. It is a
well-known, and much-rejoiced over fact that the Bow of the
United States, which has sent her Arrows into the ranks of her
enemies, has always abode in strength, and that both her chief
men and people have always said: "God has helped us."


     When Israel marched through the wilderness, s e four
standards that were called "Camp Standards." had of these was on
the north, one on the east, one on the south, and one on the
west. But there were, besides these, a family standard or ensign
for each tribe. Hence the Lord commanded saying:  "Every man of
the children of Israel shall pitch by his own standard, with the
ensign of their father's house; afar off about the tabernacle
shall they pitch."-Num. 2: 2. The object of the camp standards
was, that when the time came to camp or pitch their tents for the
night, the three tribes which belonged to each of these four camp
standards might gather to them. The compilers of our reference
Bibles understood this, hence they have given the references to
the four living creatures of Ezekiel 1:10 as follows: "As for the
likeness of their faces, they four had the face of a Man (Num.
2:1o) and the face of a Lion (Num.2:3), on the right side; and
they four had the face of an Ox (Num.2:18) on the left side; they
four also had the face of an Eagle. (Num.2:25.)


     The reference to the Lion reads: "And on the east side,
toward the rising of the sun, shall they of the standard of the
camp of Judah pitch throughout their armies." It was dying Jacob
who gave the Lion to Judah as the ensign of his royal house, in
the following: "Judah is a lion's whelp; from the prey, my son,
thou art gone tip; he stooped down, he crouched as a lion, and as
an old (Lawbee-old, great, stout) lion, who shall rouse him up?"
Oh! this is truly wonderful, for, mark this, when his race was
young Judah as a Lion's Whelp took a leap with Dan from Palestine
to the isles, and now he is there as an Old Lion, and the
question is, "Who shall rouse him up?"
     The fact that we find Judah's Lion with the Unicorn of
Ephraim-Israel in the national seal of the Brith-ish, or
covenant, people is another evidence that the royal remnant of
the Judo-Davidic house found their way to Ephraim-Israel at the
time of the uprooting of the Pharez line, who was then, as now,
living in the isles of the northwest.   And it is also another
evidence that the Saxon nations are the nations of Israel upon
whom "lighted" the Divine word, who is also "The Lion of the
Tribe o f Judah."


     The reference from the Ox in Ezekiel is as follows "On the
west side shall be the standard of the camp of Ephraim according
to their armies." Here again we have the representative of
Joseph, the birthright holder, of whom Moses said: "His glory is
like the firstling of his Bullock." The Hebrew word that is here
translated bullock is the same as that in Ezekiel i : io, which
is rendered Ox. In fact, there is but one word in the Hebrew
(shur, or shour) for ox, bull, or cow.  But the above shows us
that the family ensign of Joseph was a bovine. This is the reason
for such expressions as, "Ephraim is an heifer that is taught,"
and "Israel slideth back as a backsliding heifer." It was also
because of this fact that, when Jeroboam, of the house of Joseph,
wanted to make idols which would be attractive to Ephraim-Israel,
he made two calves; i. e., a bullock and a heifer. The Unicorn of
Israel is now in the national insignia of that people, but the
family ensign still clings to them as a national nick, e; i. e.,
"John Bull."


     Thus far it is clear that the Lion of Ezekiel's vision was
the camp standard of Judah, which was on the east; and that the
Ox of his vision was the ensign of the family of Joseph, which
was with Ephraim in the west. As we continue to investigate the
signification of these four living creatures we find that the
reference to the Eagle reads as follows: "The standard of the
camp of Dan shall be on the north side of their armies." We have
already shown, while explaining

     Ezekiel's riddle concerning the pulling down of him that was
high, and the exaltation of him that was low, that the Eagle was,
at that time, the ensign of the tribe of Dan; but since that time
they have used the Leaping Lion's Whelp, with the serpent's tail,
and the Eagle, like everything else that pertains to national
Israel, has fallen to the birthright family, and is now the
national ensign of the thirteenth tribe of Israel, the people of
which are not only the descendants of Manasseh, the first-born of
Joseph, but they also compose the firstborn nation out of the
"MANY NATIONS," which were promised to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and
Joseph, and whose ensign Eagle holds in his beak a scroll upon
which is written their national motto, "E Pluribus Unum," which
has thirteen letters, and means "One Out Of MANY."
     Therefore, concerning a certain land which is indwelt by a
portion of Israel, we have the following: "Ho (or Hail, not Woe,
as in the King James version of the Scriptures) to the land
shadowing with wings, which is beyond the rivers of Ethiopia:
that sendeth ambassadors by the sea, even in vessels of bulrushes
upon the waters, saying: Go, ye swift messengers, to a nation
scattered and peeled, to a people terrible from their beginning
[note that]; hitherto a nation meted out [measured out by a time
of prophecy, which is called the times o f the Gentiles] and
trodden down, whose [home, or ancient] land the RIVERS [Now,
therefore, behold the Lord bringeth upon them. (Israel) the
WATERS 0 f the RIVER, strong and many, even the king o f Assyria,
and all his glory; and he shall come up over all his (Israel's)
channels, and go over all his banks." - Isa.18:8-7] have spoiled!
All ye inhabitants of the world, and dwellers on the earth, see
ye, when he (that nation shadowed with wings) lifteth up an
ensign." We have thus parenthesized Isa.18:8-7 with Isa.18:1-3,
that our readers may know that this land which had set up an
ensign of outstretched wings was a land in which Israelites were
dwelling, for it was the king of Assyria, who came up against
Ephraim-Israel, overflowed his land, and led him into captivity.
Prior to this, Moab had once held Israel in derision, and the
Lord, in condemning their arrogance, said: "He (Israel) shall fly
as an Eagle, and spread his wings over Moab."--Jer.48:40. No
wings except those which are spread out can be shadowing wings,
and the Shadowing wings of Israel's Spread Eagle are in the
ensign of the United States of America. Hence, America is the
land shadowed by wings of which Isaiah wrote, whose ambassadors
cross the sea in vessels of bulrushes, or, literally, of caldrons
which absorb water; i. e., the modern steamship.


     The Shield, or escutcheon, which is borne on the breast of
the Spread Eagle, has thirteen pieces, called pales, or paleways,
which comes from the same word as palings or pickets. These
thirteen paleways are united by one at the top. The Lord said to
Abraham "I am thy Shield."


     On the national seal of America, the "Great People," above
the shadowing wings and the scroll, is a Cloud emitting rays of
Glory. "Aaron spake unto the whole congregation of the children
of Israel ... and behold the Glory of the Lord appeared in the
Cloud." To our fathers that glory Cloud was significant of the
presence of Jehovah. That Glory Cloud, which hung over Israel,
guided those who had but just escaped from the Egyptian bondage,
and it stood between them and their enemies. But this is not all,
for this Cloud of our American heraldry surrounds what is called
"The Constellation."



     This constellation is a group of thriteen stars, or planets,
on a field of azure sky, which is exactly the same number of
planets that appeared on the azure sky in the dream of Joseph,
which drove him into separation from his brethren.


     Any one of these features in the blazonry of our on might
have been a coincidence, but when we see that there is not a
single feature, but that which is Josephic and Israelitish, it is
simply astounding. But when we turn our face upon the reverse
side of that great national seal we are overwhelmed, for there
stands the Great Pyramid of Egypt, which is one of the two great
monuments of Egypt, the birthplace of Ephraim and Manasseh, the
Egypto-Israelitish sons of Joseph, the son of Jacob, the son of
Isaac, the son of Abraham. And, marvel of marvels! The national
Crest of England has that other great monument of Egypt, the
Sphinx, on its reverse side. Thus do the people of Great Britain
and the United States of America, the Brother nations, by that
which speaks louder than words, for signs are arbitrary, say that
they are the offsprings of the Egypto-Israelitish holders of the
Abrahamic birthright.


     The people of the United States made this declaration by
that which was made a law on Thursday, June 20, 1782, for on that
day the ensign which bears those shadowing wings of Israel,
together with the Heraldry of Joseph, became a law among us. Also
over the pyramid on the reverse side of the Great Seal of America
is another thirteen-lettered motto, which, of coursq is not only
lawful, but also national; i. e., "Annuit Coeptis," - "He (the
Lord) hath prospered our undertakings." This also is Josephic,
for we read, "The Lord was with Joseph, and he was a prosperous
man." "The Lord was with him (Joseph), and that which he did the
Lord made it to prosper." - Gen.39:3-23.


     To those who understand the Cabala and the arithmography of
the Scriptures, it is known that the number thirteen is
significant of Rebellion, but all that we can say about it here
is that the first time this number occurs in the Bible it is with
reference to Rebellion (Gen.14:4). Surely that people whose
characteristic number is thirteen did rebel in 1776, and
prospered in it, too. They also prospered in 1814, in another
little affair concerning the acquisition of a vast stretch of
territory known as Louisiana.
     This people have also had rebellion within their own
borders, and it is a remarkable fact that, although thirteen was
not the number of states in the Confederacy, the Confederate
Congress, in 1863, formally adopted a battle flag for the
Confederacy, and also a Confederate flag. The Battle Flag was a
white field with a blue cross of this (X) shape, in which there
were thirteen stars. The flag for the Confederacy was white, with
a red field in the Dexter chief corner, bearing this same ( X)
cross with its thirteen stars. Here again is both rebellion and
the birthright cross of the house of Joseph. In this struggle the
government also prospered, and it was essential that it should
thus prosper, not only in this case, but also in the others of
which we have spoken, in order to fulfill a prophecy concerning
one feature of their history, namely: "Shew my people their
transgression, and the house of Jacob their sins. Is not this the
fast that I have chosen? to undo the heavy burdens, and let the
OPPRESSED GO FREE, and that YE break every yoke?" These are the
reasons for which Our Race go to war. England freed her slaves in
1838 and America freed hers in 1861.

     It has often been said that brothers would quarrel. Judah
and Ephraim did, and so have Ephraim and Manasseh; and the
troubles to which we have thus far alluded have been family
affairs. When it comes to these family difficulties, that one
will always conquer which must do so in order to fulfill the word
of God. But when it comes to war with non-Israelitish nations,
whether it be to undo heavy burdens, to let the oppressed go
free, to break the yoke of slavery, or for whatever reason, then
the Israel of which we speak will always succeed. For it is of
literal, fleshly, Joseph Israel, of whom also is spiritual
Israel, of whom it is said: "No weapon that is formed against
thee shall prosper." And also the following: "The remnant of
Jacob shall be among the Gentiles in the midst of many people as
a lion among the beasts of the forest, as a young lion among the
sheep (marg. goats); who, if he go through, both treadeth down,
and teareth in pieces, and none can deliver. Thine hand shall be
lifted up upon thine adversaries, and all thine enemies shall be
cut off." - Mich.5:8-9.
     It was in fulfillment of these promises that Napoleon, the
hitherto victor, bit the dust at Waterloo. It was in fulfillment
of these promises that the American fleet entered Manila Bay, and
destroyed the enemy's fleet with the loss of only seven men.     
It was in fulfillment of these words of Divine truth that the
American fleet destroyed the Spanish fleet in Cuban waters and
lost only one man. It was that these promises might be fulfilled
that Sam Houston, with only seven hundred and fifty raw recruits,
fought the decisive battle against the Mexican army at San
Jacinto, April 21st, 1836, in which he annihilated the Mexicans
at one blow, killing six hundred and fifty, capturing three
hundred and fifty, and putting the rest to flight, and yet losing
only eight men and twenty-five wounded. But space forbias to tell
of the many similar cases.


     When the children of Israel were singing unto the Lord over
the victory he had given them by destroying the armies of
Pharaoh, they said: "Thou didst blow with thy wind, the sea
covered them: they sank as lead in the mighty waters. Who is like
unto thee, O Lord, among the mighty ones? Who is like thee,
glorious in holiness, fearful in praise, doing wonders?" In the
forty-first chapter of Isaiah, where the Lord says to Israel in
the isles, "They that WAR against thee shall be as nothing, and
as a thing of naught," he also says "Thou shalt fan them, and the
wind shall carry them away, and the whirlwind shall scatter
them." One fulfillment of this promise was the destruction of the
"Invincible Spanish Armada," when they went against the English
in 1588, concerning which the American Cyclopedia gives the
following: "The Spanish Armada sailed May 29, but a storm
compelled it to return; and it was not till the end of July that
the two fleets met and joined in battle near the English coast.
After a series of actions that lasted several days, the Spaniards
were utterly routed, the elements assisting the English." The
underscores are ours, as we wish to call your attention to how
the Lord helped. This Armada consisted of 130 vessels all told,
and was unequaled in its time. Israel in the isles had not yet
fully renewed their strength. The history continues, "Having left
Lisbon for Corunna for stores, May 29, 1588, the fleet was
dispersed by a violent storm, and, though all the ships joined at
Corunna with the exception of four, they were considerably
shattered, and had to be repaired. Reports having reached England
that the armament was completely disabled, the government ordered
its own ships to be laid up; but Lord Howard, the admiral,
opposed this order, set sail for Corunna, learned the truth, and
on his return continued warlike preparations. Soon after, being
informed that the Armada had hove in sight, he weighed anchor,
and as it passed Plymouth, July 31, stood out in its rear and
opened a destructive fire. Having the windward position, and
being greatly superior in speed, he was able to inflict serious
damage without loss to himself. All the way along the channel the
English followed the Armada with the same tactics, taking
advantage of the changing winds, harassing the Spaniards,
capturing two or three of their best vessels, and yet keeping all
the while virtually out of reach. The Spaniards proceeded toward
the coast of Flanders, keeping as close together as possible ...
Off Calais the Armada cast anchor, waiting for the Duke of
Parma's fleet to come out of the Flemish harbors; but Parma had
nothing but unarmed barges, and could not come out until the
Armada had beaten off the Anglo-Dutch blockading squadron.
Driving the Spaniards out of Calais roads by means of fire ships,
Aug. 8, Howard and Drake now forced them toward the Flemish
coast, with the purpose of getting them into the North Sea and
cutting off their communications with Dunkirk. The battle began
at daybreak off Gravelines, and lasted till dark. The Spaniards
were completely defeated. Several of their largest ships were
lost, and 40,000 men were killed, and probably at least as many
were wounded. It was impossible either to return to Calais or to
reach the Duke of Parma. Their provisions were nearly exhausted,
and the English fleet, apparently little injured, still hovered
on their weather beam. It was imperative that they should return
to Spain for fresh stores. The passage through the channel being
closed by the English fleet, the Spaniards, now counting 120
vessels, undertook to round Scotland and Ireland. But in the
neighborhood of the Orkneys they were dispersed by a storm. Some
of them foundered. About thirty were afterward wrecked on the
west coast o f Ireland. Those o f the crews who escaped to shore
were generally killed, and it was calculated that about 14,000
thus perished."

     Remember, these historic and cyclopaedic writers are not
supposed to know that God has said that, in order to defend his
birthright people, he would send a wind to carry away this
so-called "Invincible Armada," and a whirlwind to scatter them.
Hence their testimony is all the more striking. Surely the people
of modern Israel, who dwell in the Isles, might also sing unto
the Lord, saying: "Thou didst blow with thy wind, and carried
them (their enemies) away, and the whirlwind did scatter them.
Who is like the Lord, glorious in holiness, fearful in praise,
doing wonders?" Truly, Jesus has well said: "If I have told you o
f earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe if I
tell you o f heavenly (spiritual) things ?"


Still we call to our God of old; 
God of the "far off" Isaac line;
Our God, whose word doth make us bold 
To claim our heritage divine.
The Lord of hosts is with us yet, 
Doth He forget? Doth He forget?

It cannot be that Isaac dies;
His people and his kings depart; 
Before his God the Saxon lies,
Glad and brave, but with contrite heart. 
The Lord of hosts is with him yet,
Doth He forget? Doth He forget?

Called in Him we are today
No longer passing through the fire; 
Altho' we were but yesterday
As one of Nineveh and Tyre. 
The Lord of nations guides us yet. 
Doth He forget? Doth He forget?

When battles rage we cannot lose, 
God makes all men to stand in awe 
Of Saxons, now that He doth use 
The race to whom He gave his law. 
His "Battle ax" we are, as yet,
Doth He forget? Doth He forget?

Our fathers once did idols trust,
Also their strength and iron shard; 
Now, though we number as the dust, 
We call on thee, Lord God, to guard! 
For Thou hast proved Thy holy word, 
Shown mercy to Thy people, Lord !