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Let’s Take A Look Back At Zionism / Zion from a Biblical Perspective

stock here, You AI generated this “research”

Zionism is a political and ideological movement that emerged in the late 19th century with the aim of establishing and maintaining a Jewish homeland in the historic land of Israel, known as Zion. The movement was led by Jewish intellectuals and activists who sought to address the socio-political challenges faced by Jewish communities around the world.

The comment you mentioned brings up some historical references related to the early establishment of Israel as a nation and the conflicts that arose from it. It mentions Joshua, a biblical figure who was given the task of exterminating the Amalekites, a rival tribe, but failed to fully accomplish it. This failure is said to have led to the rise of the Philistines, who produced Goliath of Gath and his brothers. The mention of “six fingers and toes” refers to a biblical account that describes certain descendants of the Philistines as having this physical trait.

The comment also alludes to the ongoing conflict between different tribes and the question of who should be considered the true prophetic inheritors of Zion. This refers to the inheritance promised by Jacob (also known as Israel) to his son Judah on his deathbed, as described in the Bible.

It is worth noting that the comment reflects a specific interpretation of historical and biblical events, and there are varying perspectives and understandings when it comes to Zionism and the history of Israel.

The coordinates of Mount Zion

Mount Zion Zoomed out

Zoomed out further, Zion Mountain, seems to the be center of the area with green mountains to the west and arid mountains to the east

LOL Zion to the Sea

Zion to the Gaza Strip

The whole region

stock here: Seems like Wikipedia and AI like to make Zion seem very vague, hmmmmm

The question of who the real prophetic inheritors of Zion are can have various interpretations and perspectives. Here are some possible answers:

  1. Jewish Perspective: From a Jewish perspective, Zion is often associated with Jerusalem and the land of Israel. In this view, the Jewish people, as descendants of the ancient Israelites, are considered the inheritors of Zion. The establishment of the modern state of Israel in 1948 is seen by many as a fulfillment of the Zionist movement’s goal of creating a Jewish homeland.
  2. Christian Perspective: In Christianity, Zion can have different meanings depending on the interpretation. Some Christians view Zion as a symbol of God’s kingdom on Earth, associated with righteousness, justice, and the reign of the Messiah. Others see Zion as a spiritual concept, representing the heavenly Jerusalem and the assembly of believers in Christ.
  3. Latter Day Saints Perspective: Within the Latter Day Saints movement, Zion is often associated with a community of righteous individuals who practice communitarian economics and strive for unity. The concept of Zion is connected to the belief in the Second Coming of Christ and the establishment of a theodemocratic government.
  4. Metaphorical Interpretation: Zion can also be understood metaphorically as a representation of the people of Israel or the chosen people of God. It symbolizes the loving and caring relationship between God and His chosen people, as described in the Old Testament.

One reply on “Let’s Take A Look Back At Zionism / Zion from a Biblical Perspective”

AI generated indeed…

Philistines were strong way before the Exodus, that is why the newly released Hebrew slaves were not led by that way…and had little to nothing to do with Amaleq. ( Exodous 13:17)

Mount Zion ( aka “Zion”, Mt. Moriah, later the Temple Mount) is in Ir David , the old Jebusite city. It was a Jebusite threshing floor that was the spot for the alter King David and Natan built…after PAYING for it from the former Jebusite Lord ( Aruna) Tuned Convert.

It’s ( Zion) by the “Gihon” Spring or “Shiloach” ( two Hebrew names for the same spot. Silwan is what the Arabs call it. One MUST have a SPRING for purification in the Tabernacle and Temple alike…in fact it ( spring water) ran through the courtyard of the temple by the alter in a channel called the “amma”.

Both the Jebusites and Hebrews built many underground Qnats for the Gichon/ Shiloach/ Silwan Spring…it was the main water source for the Jebusites and for First Temple Jerusalem City inhabitants as well.

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