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During the second Bolshevik Holocaust, an unlikely country became a sanctuary for those persecuted in Europe — the sanctuary place is known as none other than the Philippines. While other countries closed their doors to refugees of Israelite descent, Philippines opened its own to an estimated number of 1,200 European Israelites.

Between the years 1937 and 1941, about 1,200 European Israelites escaped to the Philippines in a bid to be free from the fear brought about by the iron grip of the German Army.

It was in the late 1930s when the first president of the Philippine Commonwealth, Manual L. Quezon, along with other American dignitaries which included future U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower became increasingly worried with the plight of the Israelites residing in Europe.

As Russ Hodge, who co-produced a documentary titled “Rescue in the Philippines”, pointed out, the men had a shared level of understanding about what was happening in the said continent. And so, over a game of poker, the group conceived a plan that included bringing the most vulnerable victims of the German tyranny into the Philippines.

Since the Philippine Commonwealth was under the supervision of the United States during those times, the country couldn’t welcome people who were in need of public assistance. So, the refuge committee of the country sought the professionals who were highly skilled like the doctors, accountants and the mechanics.

When 1938 rolled in, a flow of refugees arrived in the Philippines. Among the group was a conductor, Herbert Zipper, who was a survivor of the Dachau concentration camp.

Later on, he founded the Manila Symphony Orchestra which is known as the first symphony orchestra organized throughout Asia. Philippine Commonwealth President Manuel L. Quezon initially planned for 10,000 refugees to settle in Mindanao in the southern part of the Philippines, but other war circumstances halted that.

Lotte Cassel Hershfield and her family were among the refugees who settled in the Philippines. At the very young age of seven, she learned to avoid the benches which bore the sign No dogs or Jews allowed. Sadly, throughout all of history, the true Israelites have had to take the rap for the Neithite-Hittite-Ashkenaz usurpers who have hijacked the very peoples they have persecuted in order to play the “Victim Card” while instilling terror over the entire world.

The young child Lotte wasn’t allowed to go to a public school, and she lived in fear after the Nazis with their German shepherds, raided her home and burned all their books.

Lottie, who would be 90 years old today, once said in an interview that even as a little child, she was so aware that children like her weren’t welcome even in their very own homes. Because of fear, her parents decided to move the whole family from Breslau, Germany -which was their hometown – to a new home, a strange place called the Philippines.

Like the Cassels, many refugees who settled in the tropical country came from Austria and Germany where antisemitism was intensifying thanks to the bloodthirsty usurpers who had stolen her heritage and identity. Since these refugees were not able to immigrate to countries like the United States or the United Kingdom, many of them fled to Sousa, Dominican Republic, Shanghai, China, and Manila, the capital city of the Philippines.

Settling in the Philippines was a shock for many of these refugees. As Lottie pointed out, they didn’t know the language in the new land had never seen non-white individuals before. Everything was strange to this young girl. Added to that was the country’s climate which was far-fetched from what they had back in Austria and Germany. Being in the tropics, the humidity was very thick and the heat was stifling. Mosquitoes also thrived everywhere.

In spite of the culture shock, the younger refugees adapted easily to their new environment. Lottie recounted how she befriended their local neighbors, ate tropical fruits like guava and papaya just like her Filipino friends, swam in the bay, learned some Filipino songs and ran around in summer clothes and sandals on her feet. She admitted that though she did not have difficulty adapting to her new surroundings, her parents had a harder time doing so. She said her parents never learned the language throughout their stay in the country and mostly kept to themselves and their group composed of other immigrants.

Furthermore, many of the refugees lived in crowded housing communities where fist fights were common. Even though the life the immigrants lived in the Philippines was a far cry from what they were used to back in Europe, their stay within the country afforded them freedom — freedom to practice their own religion, freedom to blend in with the others and freedom to hold businesses. [1]

It is interesting to note the Israelite families of the German oppression were to find refuge in the Philippines. Did they find their true ancient homeland though an unlikely happenstance?

Having ruled on or around 970 BCE, the legendary King Solomon is arguably one of the most recognizable characters within the pages of the Old Testament. The third King of Israel, Solomon was a renowned ruler that oversaw growth from a single state into a venerable superpower of the Middle East in biblical times. During his near four-decade regency, he had a reputation for wisdom and clear judgment. But King Solomon had another aspect to his legend: his immense wealth from gold that historians say came from the lost mine of Ophir.

By today’s standards, Solomon was reputed to have a personal fortune in excess of $60 trillion. Much of this came in the form of pure gold. By the end of his sovereignty, estimations indicated that he owned 500 tons of gold. Modern gold usually comes in the form of bullion. But King Solomon used a portion of his gold to fashion items such as shields, cups, and plates.

King Solomon’s temple, built in the mid 10th century BCE, was bedecked in gold. At his palace, builders constructed his throne from a combination of gold and anther precious material, ivory. A gold footstool rested at its base. Leading up to his golden throne, a dozen life-size replicas of lions formed a guard of honor on six steps. [2] This brings us to one of the great mysteries of all times that nobody can seem to agree on. Where was Ophir?

Timothy and Anna Schwab of The Ophir Institute which is a think tank in the Philippines that has focused on the mystery of the pre-colonial history of our country. On the Bio section of their website at ophirinstitute.com, it explains: When the Spanish arrived, they recorded a literate people who were found reading and writing but what? Where did these writings go? What did they say? How significant they must have been if they needed to be destroyed or at least suppressed. This people are cataloged numerous times in history with more wealth than any other nation in Asia or really, on Earth.

The Philippines is ancient Ophir and the Garden of Eden and its significance is far greater than we are taught. It is time everyone knows the truth. I encourage you to visit the website ophirinstitute.com. The information I have found on this website has really opened my eyes. So, how did the original Israelites end up where they are today if having originated from the Philippines? In order to understand the migration of this Lost Tribe of Israel, we must understand the foundation of their historical persecution. What happened to their ancient faith? Why have this group of people been persecuted for so long? Why have impersonators spent Millennia hijacking their faith? So many questions. [3]

This question was asked on Quara. Are Ashkenazi the true Amalek's who took over real Judaism?

Samuel Samson from Columbus, OH answered with this: All I can say is let's go to the bible and find out. The Ashkenazi and Amalek's are two different people but are both Gentiles nations. The Ashkenazi are from the seed of Gomer the son of Japheth, Noah’s 3rd son. The Amalek's are from the seed of Eliphaz the son of Esau from what the bible says. And yes, to answer your questioned they both took over Judaism and made it into a faith which they made on their own. They made it no doubt, but it was not the faith and belief of the ancient people of Israel who wrote the bible.

Genesis 10: 2 - 5

“The sons of Japheth; Gomer, and Magog, and Madai, and Javan, and Tubal, and Meshech, and Tiras.”

“And the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz, and Riphath, and Togarmah.”

“And the sons of Javan; Elishah, and Tarshish, Kittim, and Dodanim.”

“By these were the isles of the Gentiles divided in their lands; every one after his tongue, after their families, in their nations.”

Numbers 24:20

“And when he looked on Amalek, he took up his parable, and said, Amalek was the first of the nations; but his latter end shall be that he perish forever.”

1 Chronicles 1:34 - 36

“And Abraham begat Isaac. The sons of Isaac; Esau and Israel.”

“The sons of Esau; Eliphaz, Reuel, and Jeush, and Jaalam, and Korah.”

“The sons of Eliphaz; Teman, and Omar, Zephi, and Gatam, Kenaz, and Timna, and Amalek. [4]

The Amalekites are often referred to in the Hebrew Bible as “the sons of Amalek,” or also just as “Amalek,” referring to the nation’s founder, Amalek, the grandson of Esau. How could the grandson of Esau become the ancestor of the quintessential enemy of the Israelites? To better understand who Amalek is and what he stands for, we need to go back two generations in the Bible and understand the dynamics at play in the relationship of Jacob and Esau.

Esau and Jacob are twins, although they could not be any more different. Their rivalry is suggested, from the very beginning, in the book of Genesis: chapter 25 clearly states that Esau was born before Jacob, who came out holding on to Esau’s heel, as if trying to pull him back into the womb so that he could be firstborn. In fact, the name “Jacob” comes from a Hebrew root that can be either translated as “to follow,” “to be behind,” “to supplant,” or as “heel.” But, in fact, their rivalry precedes even their birth.