“Tyre” by R.B. Bement, an author of work on ancient history travels by mule caravan across lebanon, Isreal and Syria, in 1853, to many old cities and historic sites

In 1853 an author of several works on ancient history, R.B. Bement, traveled by ship to Palestine and disembarked at beyroot, he spells it, and trveled south by mule caravan to and through isreal, and the north east to damascus, writing about the ancient sites and ruins, like Hebron, where abraham lived, and how Lake Galillee flows into the dead sea. And the groves and orchards and gardens and desert mountains and outlaws, so conceptually, an interesting book he calls “Tyre” after a city south of beyroot, north of isreal.

And like a good travel, several distinct impressions are made. in this writing that leap out and sear the mind. The first is that upon landing in beyroot, the authorities play this con game, where they insist there is an infected passenger, and they quarentine the whole ship, charging for meals, awful accomodations, and charging by the night, then let people go for a feè. This is almost funny in light of recent and close outbreaks of rare disease.

The second thing is his demonstration that the jews or Isrealites, are not some great tribe, but one of the worse ones, known for poor agricultural skills, never building ships, and learning to do so that and other skills, by apprentecing to more skilled tribes. They were not a rich trading tribe. They didnt have great trade. Once the jews are understood as a cruder tribe, the anti-semetism, of those that never read the old testament from start to finish, may be tempered.

I suppose, theoretically,  they give their mind and brain to a resolution and introspect and reflection upon heaven and greater power and what and where they are. In this sense, the jews are The Kingdom of god, it becomes a metaphor, for searching out the brains, as expanding as mind does, and from there, understanding the control upon the kingdom of god, and what goes on or can, within it.

It is for this reason, the name Jeurusulum comes about, from the cannite words for war and peace, Jeuru, and sullum. This R.B. Brement assures us, reflects the jewish dedication of mind to establishing peace in the war waged on us by heaven or absent universe, what can not be drawn, as graven images, forbidden as one of the two prime rules of the old testament.

Another thing we learn about the Isrealites through this book
Like america, saxons, 400 yrs;
What idolotry is
Ham, worshipped trade and commerce, canaan like america from the hills, lots of people to understand, rome, ruled by another,

Solomon in trouble for lilies, peace, pomegrants, prosperrity, and network of unity brotherly love, all associated with trade and uniting to trade, diminsihses war, theory…..rather than faith and pagan, recognize not see what can work; all nations enriched isrealites under solomn phoenicians under hiram, syrians under resin, fraternal regatrd balbec

Ham believed in or king like metaphor, for each went his way to peopled city, so the people did come back, over focus and metaphor of war, and water. Cannan built factories vessels, cities, so crude, sacrifficial, commercial a part of defflection, what is library, knowledge, of misrepresentation and ignorance of the human race? An elaborate cover up or constructions of ideas and perspective and observation?

Phoneicias creation myth is it came from Ham, doesnt reference the flood Ham links to cain and cain to adam

Anti tribal, isolate and weaponize, sidon, several houses, liked to build and trenches, coonstructio in myth, preserve country side, give back. According, Phoneicia and jjews run back to adam, thus an old testament to jews, and only start at abraham, the ways of back there.

Make a deal, pay for peace, can do it with russia, cant trust isis, beyond mordern coognitated practice. F

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