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Much is said about the 12 Tribes of Israel and what is its story, quotes about o
ther alleged genealogies of 12 other tribes, putting in a word other provinces a
nd individuals that constantly appear in some biblical texts and theological. If
we take into account the Numerology in the Bible, constantly appear several oth
er 12 tribes, since it is used frequently in biblical epic events and the number
s 12, 7:06, but let numerology aside and speak of the 12 Tribes of Israel.
To find in the Bible begin by reading the book of Numbers Chapter 1, the Most Hi
gh commands Moses to the tribes are named: 1. From Reuben, Elizur son of Shedeur
2. Simeon, son of Shelumiel Zurishaddai 3. Judah, Naasom son of Amminadab 4. Is
sachar, Nathanael the son of Suar 5. From Zebulun, Eliab son of Helon 6. Ephraim
, son of Elishama Ammihud 7. Of Manasses, Gamaliel the son of Pedahzur. 8. Benja
min, son of Gedeon Abidan. 9. Of Dan Ahiezer son of Ammishaddai 10. Of Asher, so
n of Pagiel Ocran 11. Gad, Eliasaph son of Deuel, 12. From Naphtali, Ahira son o
f Enan; This is the formation of the 12 Tribes of Israel, originally made by Mos
es and Aro, this time, the Almighty to Moses the people termed as "People of Isr
ael," Judaism, was created with the branch of peoples and tribes, as Moses was a
believer in the God of Abraham, Yahweh Elohim (Lord of War), one God, thus mono
theistic. Recalling the book of Numbers is essential reading for understanding t
he formation of the 12 Tribes of Israel and the organizational form designed by
Moses, descent and explanation of the exclusion of the 12 Tribes Leviticus, thos
e who take care of the Tabernacle and the Ark next to Aaron .
The tribe of Levi was to take the function and save the Ark of Triumph (or conce
rt) of the Lord. Land they were separated, giving a fixed place for the designat
ed functions. A comment about the book of the Levites, Moses to bring the 10 Com
mandments, also instituted laws to conduct the tribes, from the food, the consec
ration of sacred days *, marriage, etc ... The Rastafari is very close to the Le
vites, they bring the discipline and laws, wherever they are.
Some examples of discipline and ordinances cited in the book of Leviticus and ho
w these laws are similar to Rastasfaris. Food: Do not eat fat or blood. Leviticu
s Chapter 17 Verses. 22-27 Leviticus Chapter 17 Verses. The 10 Jewish and Muslim
do not eat pork Leviticus Chapter 11 Verses. 7, this chapter in particular ther
e are several other animals are forbidden as food. Value for Men and Women: Wedd
ings, incest and homosexuality.
Leviticus Chapter 18 Verses. 01-30
Some problems have already occurred in reggae when it comes to homosexuality, Sh
abba Ranks, Buju Banton with Boom Bye Bye, Sizzla and currently have had their d
isagreements with gay groups because the lyrics of their songs, classified by th
em as homophobic.
About priests: Leviticus Chapter 21 Verses. 01-24.
The book of Leviticus is very important for the formation of the I & I, along wi
th the book of Psalms, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes. Today there are certain differ
ences in the laws of Moses, some of the commandments have been somewhat neglecte
d by the churches, especially the so-called Christians. The belief is evident in
images in the Catholic church leaving the apparent contradiction as the laws of
the Almighty.
The separation of the 12 Tribes are reported in the book I Kings Chapter 12 Vers
es. 16-24. The Tribe of Judah and Benjamin struggle to restore the kingdom to Re
hoboam, Solomon's son, then took a break from 12 Tribes of Israel with the death
of King Solomon, his son Rehoboam took the throne of Israel to rule in his plac
e, But Rehoboam did not accept the advice of elders to treat people with kindnes
s. With the people's dissatisfaction with the King Rehoboam his son took the thr
one in his place, but Rehoboam fled to Jerusalem, joining the Tribe of Judah and
Benjamin to fight Israel, which was already ruled by Jeroboam his brother.
Thus, 10 tribes sided with Jeroboam, and two stood next to Rehoboam, the Tribe o
f Judah and Benjamin. From Chapter 12 onward the book of Kings, as if you can un
derstand how the separation of the 12 Tribes affected the people of Israel.
Judaism is the religion remnant of the Jewish people. At that time the way to ca
ll God was Yahweh Elohim (Lord of War) or Adonai (Lord). But the characterizatio
n of religion came long after the formation of the 12 Tribes. Israel was a natio
n, after the dissolution of the 12 tribes, other peoples polytheistic as the Bab
ylonians, Gentile, Egyptians began to name the Tribe of Judah as the strongest l
eader and the nation of Israel.€Thus, the term to refer to Judaism was not a re
ligion but a monotheistic belief and doctrine of a people, in one God named Yahw
eh Elohim, a monotheistic belief that came from Abraham (aws). Explaining to kid
s, the people of Judah had a doctrine, a set of people with the same discipline
and insight that makes ism, a pejorative name of the individual remnant of a peo
ple. Moses (aws) left the Torah and Talmud to the Nation of Israel, these books
were the primary source of organization and laws of the people. After the events
of the Old Testament, since the time of Yeshua Christ (aws), the laws would be
in the hands of the Pharisees, the dominant subgroup in Jerusalem.