THE REMNANT OF ISRAEL Part 1 (Gad: The Original Samurai) The Tribe of Gad Part 4

Isaiah 11:12(Kjv)
12 And he shall set up an ensign for the nations, and shall assemble the outcasts of Israel, and gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth.
(An ensign is a banner or a sign. You will see them periodically when you see Hebrew Israelites out in the downtown area or where ever our people are. On the ensign or sign is a list of the 12 Tribes of Israel and the nationalities that they go by today.
These men are teaching our people their true Biblical nationality. The history of where we came from. And the culture that was stolen from us. Notice in vs 12 that it has the word outcast of Israel and dispersed of Judah.
This is prophesying about both the Northern and Southern Kingdom of Israel. A lot of times when you read the word Israel in the Bible it is referring to the Northern Kingdom of Israel.
The outcast of Israel in this verse is not referring to Judah but the Northern Kingdom of Israel. And then the scriptures go on and prophecy about the Southern Kingdom of Judah being saved. But both will be saved from the four corners of the Earth.
(Like it was stated earlier. The Tribe of Gad were one of the most fierce Tribes among Israel. The next part of this class describes Gad as being the original Samurai Warriors of Japan. They are the remnant of the Native American Indians who did not migrate to the Americas.
The Tribe of Gad were apart of the Mighty men of King David. The Mighty Men were an elite fighting force who swore an oath to protect King David. These men had perfected the art of War. And it was the Native American Indians who King David had fighting by his side in many wars. Here is proof.)
1 Chronicles 12:1(Kjv)
1 Now these are they that came to David to Ziklag, while he yet kept himself close because of Saul the son of Kish: -AND THEY WERE AMONG THE MIGHTY MEN, HELPERS OF THE WAR.-
Reading down
1 Chronicles 12:8(Kjv)
8 And of the -GADITES- there separated themselves unto David into the hold to the wilderness-MEN OF MIGHT,-and men of war fit for the battle, that could handle shield and buckler-WHOSE FACES WERE LIKE THE FACES OF LIONS,- and were as swift as the roes upon the mountains;
(This is one major indicator that shows that the Samurai Worriers were from the tribe of Gad. The Tribe of Gad were known for face paint. This is also evident in Japanese history, which is the face masks in the shape of Lions faces that they wore in battle.
The Tribe of Gad dressed like Samurai Worriers on the battle field with King David also. And as you read on you will notice that a lot of the fighting styles that Gad had are very similar to that of the Samurai Warriors.
Notice at the end of the Vs the scriptures state that Gad was as swift as roes. A Roe is a dear. Even in so called Native American History this is evident. this next part is what a Spanish Explorer by the name of Cabeza De Vaca wrote about the Native American Indians of Texas. Which confirms what the scriptures say about the Tribe of Gad in American History.)
American Journeys
by Cabeza de Vaca
"Cabeza de Vaca, one of the first Europeans to explore what is now Texas and the Southwest in the 16th century, lived among the Native Americans for eight years.
He observed, “One Native American ran down a buffalo on foot and killed it with his knife as he ran by its side.”2
De Vaca found these Indians resilient and hard to kill: “Traversed by an arrow, he does not die but recovers from his wound… the men were happy, generous, with amazing physical prowers
(Here are more examples of the Tribe of Gad's fighting style like that of Samurai Warriors)
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