THE COAT OF ARMS, LINKED TO THE SONG OF SOLOMON ,PROVES SOUTH AFRICA TO BE THE HOUSE OF JUDAH.
“SET ME AS A SEAL UPON THY HEART, AS A SEAL UPON THY ARM
As Britain and America prove their Israel Identity by their National Heraldry in symbols, which was pre-designed for them in the Word of God thousands of years ago and divinely linked to their National seals of today, thereby enabling them to prove that they are the descendants of the Ancient Ten Tribes of Israel, so The Great God of the white man also predestined the tribe of Judah, allowing them also to prove their Israel identity in South Africa.
The South African National Seal with its symbols on the original South African Coat of Arms places the white South African nation alongside the other Great Israel Nations of the West and identifies them as THE ANCIENT TRIBE OF JUDAH. The Coat of Arms heraldry aligned with thesc scriptures gives Judah’s latter-day geographical location as South Africa. Since this latter-day discovery, the White South Africans can easily be identified as the Biblical tribe of Judah whose ultimate destination was skillfully guided by the Creator and their identity concealed for it only to be revealed long after their arrival on theAfrican continent.
Thus in 1688 the tribe of Judah arrived in ships at their new
location as promised by God, under the names of the European Huguenots and the 1820 British settlers. Together they grew into the self sufficient and independent nation of white South Africa.
The Holy Spirit inspired the National Seal of South Africa, the Coat
of Arms. This amazing Emblem was so skillfully encrypted without the artist ever being aware of its monumental significance. This picture emblem was unwittingly designed especially to pinpoint the hidden location of Jesus Christ’s own tribe, The House Judah, in the latter days, declaring her history and her future up and to the time of His return.
This history of South Africa is depicted and linked by the pictures on its COAT OF ARMS to the magnificent love story of Jesus Christ for His own tribe, as related by King Solomon in the biblical love story of the SONG OF SOLOMON.
THE ENCRYPTION’S ON THE GREAT SEAL OF SOUTH AFRICA
|The lion of the tribe of Judah.THE SONG OF SOLOMON 1-13.
A bundle of myrrh is my well beloved unto me; he shall lie all night betwixt my breast.
|Neck amour with studs.THE SONG OF SOLOMON 1-1O-11….thy neck with chains of gold.
We will make thee borders of gold with studs of silver
|Two standing buck feeding among the lilies each with a foot behind the shield or wall.SONG OF SOLOMON 2-9.
My beloved is like a roe or a hart.( roe – hart =Buck) standing behind our wall,
|A white woman leaning on a rock holding an anchor.SONG OF SOLOMON 1-8
….O thou fairest among women
|Two identical buckSONG OF SOLOMON 4-5.
Thy two breasts are like two young roes (Buck) that are twins, which feed among the lilies.
|An apple tree.SONG OF SOLOMON 2-3.As the Apple tree among the trees of the wood, so is my beloved among the sons.|
|A wagon of wood.SONG OF SOLOMON 3-9.
King Solomon made himself a chariot of the wood of Lebanon.
|A Green verdant bed upon which the pictograph is placed.SONG OF SOLOMON 1-16.
…also our bed is green.
|Twin buck that are like the two buck that feed amongst the lilies.SONG OF SOLOMON 4-5.
Thy two breasts are like two young roes that are like twins, which feed among the lilies.
EXPLAINED BY DIVINE REVELATION
THE ENCRYPTIONS EXPLAINED ON THE GREAT SEAL OF SOUTH AFRICA
|THE ROYAL LION.
Jesus Christ is called the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, revealing the accepted National Christian
Protestant religion officially accepted by the white South African Nation.
South Africans shown as an arms bearing nation
Who are adequately able to protect themselves from attack.
|THE TWO BUCK:
Depict One Tribe speaking the two different languages spoken by the white South African people. One Nation with two official languages.ENGLISH: The International language spoken by all the twelve tribes of Israel.
AFRIKAANS: The other official South African language which is the personal means of communication amongst the South African tribe of Judah.
|A WOMAN HOLDING AN ANCHOR AND LEANING ON A ROCK:
THE WOMAN: This woman is the symbol for the Nation of Anglo Israel and as Predicted by God she was to be a seafaring nation depicted by the anchor thus showing the arrival of the Israel tribe of Judah on the southern shores of Africa by sea in ships. These new arrivals were known as the Huguenots and the 1820 settlers.
THE ROCK UPON WHICH THE WOMAN LEANS:
Shows the arrival of the Christian Protestant nation Israel/Judah on the Southern shores of Africa dependent and trusting in Jesus Christ The Rock of Ages.
|THE TWO IDENTICAL BUCK :
Show the descendants of the original white settlers In South Africa to be an Identical people although speaking two different languages..
|THE APPLE TREE:
This apple tree depicts a particular a group of people among the South African Sons especially singled out from amongst the Judah/ South African people who are chosen as Christ’s own beloved Sweetheart. Christ Jesus says he loves to sit in the shadow of this apple tree, The fruit of these sons is sweet to his taste.
|THE WOODEN WAGON:
The wooden chariot not only depicts The mode of transport that King Solomon’s tribe was to use to open up the vast frontiers of the wilderness of South Africa. It also tells of the way being paved with love for these South African daughters of Jerusalem.
|THE LATIN MOTTO ON THE COAT OF ARMS:
“ EX UNITATE VIRUS”The English translation: UNITY IS STRENGTH.
The Afrikaans translation: EEN DRACHT MAACHT MAGT.
This motto is an instruction and an encouragement to the English and Afrikaans speaking tribe of Judah to unite thereby assuring their prosperity and strength and enabling them to withstand their enemies.
This lily represents a group of people who are especially chosen out from amongst the South African tribe of Judah, these South Africans are the beloved of Jesus Christ who HE compares to a lily while the rest of the tribe is compared to thorns.
KING SOLOMON’S CENTRAL THEME: PARADISE LOST.
The Song of Solomon, describes the white South African people
as a white tanned and beautiful people. They are a nation who achieved
their highest goals and aspirations when they were prepared to fight
against the odds for their divinely selected future.
A tribe pre-destined to reside in South Africa for the purpose of
assuring the survival of the white tribe of Judah. This was achieved by them upholding their high moral standards and their instinctive ideals for race separation.
Although a beautiful white nation says Solomon, they unfortunately did not hold the charge and leaned toward the inclusion of the black indigenous savages of Africa integrating them into their white nation.
When these South Africans fell on easy and wealthy times, they let
down their guard. While good men slept, the enemy was allowed to move in and slowly corrode away at their white God-given sovereignty and independence until they lost all and again sold themselves into a savage bondage from which there is no escape if Gods rescue plan is not accepted.
Now hear their sad lament in the Song of Solomon as they witness their
own demise “BUT MY OWN VINYARD I HAVE NOT KEPT”.
GODS PLAN OF RESTORATION.
THE BANNER OF THE ARMY IDENTIFIED.
GODS PLAN FOR RESTORATION.
MY BELOVED IS WHITE AND RUDDY THE CHIEFEST OF TEN THOUSAND. SAYS THE SONG OF SOLOMON.
HIS BANNER OVER ME WAS LOVE – I AM THE APPLE OF HIS EYE.
|CAPE PROVINCE||ORANGE FREE STATE||TRANSVAAL|
In the Song of Solomon a restoration plan for a terrible mistake that has been made by the majority of white South Africans is advised. The story that King Solomon relates is the story of the “THE WELL BELOVED” a story of the minority who did not disobey their God-given charge. They hold the white line. They are called “chosen” the “only one “ amongst all the South African people who have not lost sight of God’s Goals for His own Tribe of Judah.
A band of people who offer their lives to defend Gods truth” EACH AFTER HIS OWN KIND.” But as is the way of Gods adversary, the evil one came and defamed these gallant warriors and worked at stopping the majority of whites from supporting this plan for The Nations recovery, making people believe strange new religious beliefs even doubting the existence of The Tri Une God and defaming the name of the Saviour Jesus Christ. Consequently the ”Beloved” few is smote and wounded by the watchmen of the city, they rob the extreme right-wing of their God-given status, leaving her despised and in the care of undeserving weak men.
This Beloved in South Africa is described as an army with banners . This Army with its magnificent Banner which represents the South African Protestant Christianity, The only original flag belonging to South Africa, given birth by mother South Africa, It is a banner, a flag born out of the struggle to preserve the sovereignty of the white man in South Africa.
This Banner of love over his chosen, is perfected by the Three Sevens representing, God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. This is the flag of the well beloveds army. ‘ I CHARGE YOU O DAUGHTERS OF JERUSALEM THAT YE STIR NOT UP NOR AWAKE MY LOVE UNTIL HE PLEASE’ that Statement is a promise of a fearful awakening of this Army by Go, who is very protective of His true Beloved, the extreme right-wing people of South Africa.
The Companions in the Song of Solomon ask a question. “What is thybeloved more than the other beloved?
THE DIVINE ANSWER..
MY BELOVED IS WHITE AND RUDDY, THE CHIEFEST AMONG TEN THOUSAND.
My dove, my undefiled, is the one, she is the only one of her mother South Africa. She ALONE is the choice one of her that bore her. Christ sings out the praises of His beloved. He says that He loves to sit under this apple tree. When she is ready, He prepares to awake her from her sleep.
HIS ARMY RESPONDS
I AM MY BELOVED’S AND HIS DESIRE IS TOWARDS ME.
I AM THE APPLE OF HIS EYE .
BORN IN SOUTH AFRICA, BORN ON HOME SOIL , THIS BANNER AND THESE BRAVE MEN ARE BIRTHED BY MOTHER SOUTH AFRICA.
In the Song of Solomon God’s army calls to their white brothers to come and suck the breasts of their mother South Africa.“You will be welcomed with a kiss and not be despised under God’s banner” assures King Solomon. The King Jesus Christ’s left hand would then be under your head and His right hand would embrace you.
THE PROMISE OF PROTECTION AND VICTORY.
“Christ’s love for this ruddy and white army is a jealous cruel and
protective love”, says Solomon. He says, the coals of this love have a
vehement flame. He say. no matter what floods this extreme right wing
Army has had to endure, HIS love for them cannot be quenched, and at
the right time this vehement and jealous love for the Well Beloved, who
are chosen above all the Daughters of Jerusalem in South Africa, will
ignite the flames of war – They are Guaranteed of HIS protection.
I charge you O daughters of Jerusalem, That you Stir not up nor awake
My beloved until he please. When this beloved awakes from her sleep as
promised, Her task will be to tread out the Vintage where Grapes of God’s
Wrath are stored
THIS INCREDIBLE STORY IN PICTOGRAPH ON THE THE GREAT SEAL OF SOUTH AFRICAN COAT OF ARMS.
ALL HAIL TO THE ONLY AND MOST MAGNIFICENT GOD! A PEOPLE ARE
PRIVALIGED TO SERVE THIS JESUS CHRIST, WHO TELLS AND SHOWS HIS PEOPLE ALL THE DETAILS OF HIS GREAT
PLANS AND TRUTHS BY WORDS AND PICTURES PLANED AND DESIGNED IN THE HEAVENS FOR EACH ONE OF HIS
TRIBES, DISPELING ALL OTHER MYTHS AND ASSURING US IN SOUTH AFRICA OF HIS ABSOLUTE LOVE FORTHE
“WELL BELOVED”, THE EXTREME RIGHT WING. DETAILING IT FOR THE WORLD TO SEE ON OUR COAT OF ARMS.
THIS MAGNIFICENT LOVE STORY AND THE HISTORY OF THE TRIBE OF JUDAH IN SOUTH AFRICA IS SUNG IN THE
BOOK OF SOLOMON AND LINKED BY PICTURES TO THE GREAT SEAL OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN COAT OF ARMS.
Coat of arms of the Cape Colony
The coat of arms of the Cape Colony was the official heraldic symbol of the Cape Colony as a British colony from 1875 to 1910, and as a province of South Africa from 1910 to 1994. It is now obsolete.
The adoption of the arms was a belated response to a British government request, in 1869, for a design for a flag badge to identify the colony. The laying of the foundation stone of the new parliament building in May 1875 was considered as a good opportunity to introduce it. A Cape Town attorney with a keen interest in heraldry, Charles Aken Fairbridge (1824-1893), was accordingly asked to design arms for the Colony.
The foundation stone of the colonial parliament was laid on 12 May 1875. According to the Cape Argus newspaper, "among the conspicuous features of the spectacle was the new colonial flag, hoisted aloft above the corner stone, with the heraldic shielding, surroundings and mottoes blazoned on the Union Jack and the Royal Standard floating in the breeze from the loftiest flagstaff in the centre".
Queen Victoria formally granted the arms by Royal Warrant a year later, on 29 May 1876.
After the Cape became a province of the Union of South Africa in 1910, the provincial administration took over the arms. They were used as provincial arms until the Cape was divided into three smaller provinces in 1994.