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Calling Lost Sheep
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12th-Jan-2006 05:47 pm
I've been around LJ for a bit, but I'm practically new to all of this. My purpose here is to fight the good fight in the presence of many witnesses. I've written things I shouldn't have written about, but only because I happened to be studying such things at the time and I don't go back over my posts and delete stuff I just leave it there.

Without further ado, here is a post from a bit ago. It pertains to the 'third temple' period which, from my view, is almost ready to be announced.

C/O Jim Brahmlett at Fivedoves.com- "Tuesday (January 25, 2005) about 1,000 rabbis met at Binyanei Hauma (National Convention Center) to discuss building the 3rd Temple!"


http://www.livejournal.com/users/le_veritas/14479.html

My family hid Jewish roots in WW2. Don't suppose anybody knows the story of a man who was given the name 'Donetsk' in Ukraine..I wish I did..
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15th-Jan-2006 07:56 am (UTC) - Re:
I'm saying that a grand uncle or something told my mother that he knew for a fact that our family hid their Jewish roots during ww2, and subsequently forgot about their heritage. My forfathers before were in the ruling class. Now I am a nobody in a nowhere world, because of social reformations in recent history. At heart, I feel like I am tied to a strong bloodline. I feel that it is important. The line went through my mother's dad. I am the only son of the only daughter of a twin (girl and boy) elder. It's a tough thing to try to figure out, and I don't put much stock in the idea at the moment, but I feel that it's important. I feel the call to continue a struggle that I never knew before; that I still don't know. I believe that I am an Israelite, but how could I know. It's really mostly due to the fact that I would love for it to be true, and that's why I can't conclude on the subject.
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16th-Jan-2006 07:22 am (UTC) - Re:
I talked to my mother and got quite a bit of information. I want to write it down quick in point form.

Donetsky, a name given to the family by honor by the govorner of the region- for triumph in battle against the golden horde Mongols near the River Don in Ukraine.
Elders have been noted to talk saying that, "Great Grandmother Donetsky comes from Armenia."
Also, the name the family had before they became Donetsky was different. The knowledge was lost and they were assimilated, I suppose, into the ruling class.
I feel strongly that it was a set up, that they were tricked into losing their strength.
So the family was in Ukraine. My mother says it was not called Russia at the time, as if to mean it was a long time ago before Russia united those lands. I believe the war between them and the mongols at the river Don is your strongest link to go on. I very much look forward to your reply, and hope you find information. The links are good. Sorry I couldn't find a coat of arms, but with the links you could be able to find such a thing if it exists.
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