TRADITIONS OF ISRAEL
2. agriculture (grapes, orchards
3. stone houses (also burial chambers? correct?)
3. stone markers on borders (like Jacob did, and the sea where Moses crossed, the Obolisque in washington)
4 statues in USA, France, British Isles, Greece, (Other places...Spain, Egypt, Turkey?)
5. Government by the people, (Greece=democracy, France=democracy, ...not sure how to fit Israel into that)
6. religious holidays, similarities.
a) Israelite holy days.
b) Abrahamic covenant
c) Jesus, face last supper
d) Christian, Gaelic, French/ British/American holy days
The majority of flags in the world that have crosses on them are the flags of the former Israelite people. Many of them are the countries that are or were possessions of the British, who are the descendants of Ephraim. God said that Ephraim would be greater than Manasseh. "Then Israel stretched out his right hand and laid it on Ephraim's head, who was the younger and his left hand on Manasseh's head, guiding his hand knowingly, for Manasseh was the firstborn". Then Joseph told his father to change his hands around but Israel said, " I know, I know, He also shall become a people, and he also shall be great; but truly his younger brother shall be greater than he, and his descendants shall become a multitude of nations". This multitude were the Anglo Saxon people who became the possessors of two thirds of the world's wealth by the creation of the British Commonwealth of nations which comprised almost one quarter of the world's land area.
7. Great schools, colleges, (1st was temple), Britian colleges, Elijah has school, Greek schools and great
teachers, (socrates etc), USA, France has great schools.
8. Flags with crosses.
9. TRADITIONAL MUSIC THAT TELLS STORIES, PASSING ON HISTORY, Psalms are songs.
9. Family symbols, badges, emblems signifying certain families = match to Jacob describing each tribe maybe