A Blessing and a Curse: From a Priesthood to a Slave
Is it really possible that most of the world's problems could be solved or could never have happened if the people that were given the task to make sure that it wouldn't did not fulfill their appointed duty? If so, why not? And just who are the people that were given the tasks? Are they still around? A Blessing and a Curse looks into this and many other things that affect these people and the world. Starting from biblical or ancient times to the present time. A Blessing and a Curse looks to prove that these people were and still are the Hebrew Israelites, one of the ten lost tribes. Using biblical reference, ancient history, and today's history, a case is made trying to identify the lost tribes and the Hebrew Israelites. In the King James Version of the Holy Bible, it tells how the Hebrew Israelites made an agreement or covenant with the Most High in which it states all the blessings they would receive if the covenant was kept. It also tells the curse that would be on them for disobeying and for breaking the agreement. Using the curse, A Blessing and a Curse shows the only people on earth that have such a curse and are still under the curse today. Here are a few that only applies to one people on earth. The Most High told Moses of these curses and more, thou shalt betrothed a wife and another man shall lie with her. Thou shalt build a house and thought not dwell therein. Thou shalt plant a vineyard and shalt not gather the grape thereof. They sons and daughters shall be given unto another people and thine eyes shall look and fail with longing for them. For they shall go into captivity. Moreover, He will bring upon these all the diseases of Egypt which thou was afraid of and they shall cleave unto you. Every sickness and plague which is not written in the book of this law then will the Lord bring upon these. And the Lord shall scatter these among all the people from the one end of the earth even unto the other, and there thou shalt serve other gods which neither thou nor they fathers have known even wood and stone. It also says that they would be enslaved, put on slave ship, and scattered around the world. These are but a few of all the curses stated in Deuteronomy and other books in the Bible, and they apply to only one people, not the Jews. They are Hebrews but not Israelites. And they are not one of the ten lost tribes. A Blessing and A Curse shows how the Hebrew Israelites lost their identities, their heritage, and they abolished the way of life they were taught. It shows ways deceptions and other means that keeps them brainwashed, hoodwinked, and lied to from birth. And they are a proverb, blind and not knowing from where they come, not knowing that they are the chosen ones, not knowing that they were to teach the world how to live.