A substantial prehistoric European ancestry amongst Ashkenazi maternal lineages

The term “Ashkenazi” refers to Jewish settlers who established communities along the Rhine river in Western Germany and in Northern France dating to the Middle Ages. Once there, they adapted traditions carried from Babylon, the Holy Land, and the Western Mediterranean to their new environment. The Ashkenazi religious rite developed in cities such as Mainz, Worms, and Troyes. The eminent French Rishon rabbi Shlomo Itzhaki (Rashi) would have a significant influence on the Jewish religion. –Wiki

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Herbert Armstrong – Sued by a Nazi – March 26, 1968 Co-Worker Letter

Poem by Anonymous

But as Herb grew, he looked and craved,
and all too soon became enslaved.
The more he saw, the more he wanted.
His quest for more became undaunted.

And when he’s was old and full of treasure,
his fists still clenched in a grasping motion.
Till his death, he amassed a fortune,
still holding dear his superstitious notion.

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