Author: W. H. Bennett
This study of heraldic emblems is devoted to the "nations and tribes" of Israel and shows by prophecy that these tribes maintained their emblems after their captivities and dispersions until their development into the Celto-Saxon nations of today ... the modern counterparts of Israel.
"Heraldry is neither more nor less than the science and art of hereditary symbolism. Symbolism of some form or another has always been in use among nations and tribes but in Europe in the Middle Ages it became hereditary for individuals and institutions". So writes Mr. L. G. Pine in his Forward to this volume.
The author Mr. W. H. Bennet informs that he spent over thirty years gathering the information contained in this book. He has devoted his study of heraldic emblems to the "nations and tribes" of Israel in the early days of the patriarchs and the wandering of the tribes prior to their being formed into a Kingdom.
The author shows by prophecy that these tribes maintained their emblems after their captivities and dispersions until their development into the Celto-Saxon nations of today...the modern counterparts therefore of Israel.
In this way heraldry can be identified as a key to history. This book contains many maps and charts and beautiful colored plates.
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SYMBOLS OF OUR CELTO-SAXON HERITAGE ...and their relation to Biblical Israel
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Itís hard to argue against the symbolism that keeps pointing to the same people. This author takes a different approach to finding the Ďlost tribesí and after a few chapters one wonders why this approach wasnít so obvious before to scholars. I knew nothing about heraldry before this read. Iím by no means an expert now but the seals and crests make much more sense now. They tell a story and are fairly simple to understand after reading this book. They made me look at my family seal to see what story it tells. Fascinating stuff.
Few books in the incredible compendium of Euro Israelist written works can rival the elegant simplicity and extravagant profundity of the research Mr. Bennett shares in this work.
Fewer still amongst the great truths of the true Israel message are those that stand so firmly on their own. To any thinking man possessing even a modicum of objectivity, these facts alone should lay the debate to rest once and for all. It is works like these that comprise the foundation upon which we build in our respective quests for greater truth.
Bennett's book is forever deserving of its status as required reading for every truth seeker who wishes to know of his heritage and his birthright alongside the greatest contributions of his peers.
This book by far has been one of my favorites.It\'s a very easy read with beautiful pictures on every turn. There are spiritual gems here not found in other books.From beginner to the deeper scholar...the Symbols speak a thousand words!