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Numbers 27:15-17 Lexham English Bible (LEB)

Yahweh spoke to Moses, saying, “Let Yahweh, the God of the spirits of all flesh, appoint a man over the community who will go out before them and will come in before them, and who will lead them out and bring them in, so the community of Yahweh will not be like a flock that does not have a shepherd.”


Yahweh, the Most High, Elohim…God of the Torah/Bible, is King of this nation…upon his lands (Exodus 19:5)

Rechayahu Ben Harvey, is currently the Chief Magistrate, Prince, Supreme Ambassador, hereditary leader, commander-in-chief of armies, President, who presides over the civil administration of the Government of the Principality of Granville. (heir of his ancestral stewardship & Proprietary lands)

Hereditary leader – for it is Rechayahu Ben Harvey’s pedigree, that has for 524 years maintain stewardship over the lands of Yahweh, and maintain a few hundred acres family heir property estate that has never changed hands or surrendered to European or American governments, and still remain in the family through Invasion of Europeans 1492, North American/Trans-African Slave Trade 1619-1868, Revolutionary War 1776, founding of 13 colony States forming the United States of America Treaty of Peace 1783, Civil War 1861, coup et tat of “de jure” these United States of America by corporate municipal federal government for the District of Colombia “aka” United States, Inc.

A royal pedigree that consist of the (2) Royal Houses of ancient Israel = House of Benjamin & House of Judah.

A noble old pedigree that extends back into antiquity (according to family documentary on British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), when Israel was young; which also put William I (the Conqueror) on the throne in 1066CE (Battle of Hastings) of what would become England.



The Book of Deuteronomy (from Greek Δευτερονόμιον, Deuteronomion, “second law”; Hebrew: דְּבָרִים‎, Devarim, “[spoken] words”) is the fifth book of the Hebrew Bible, and of the Jewish Torah. The Hebrew title is taken from the opening phrase Eleh ha-devarim, “These are the words…”; the English title is from a Greek mis-translation of the Hebrew phrase mishneh ha-torah ha-zoth, “a copy of this law”, in Deuteronomy 17:18, as to deuteronomion touto – “this second law”.Scrolls-2

Deuteronomic Code
Deuteronomy 12–26, the Deuteronomic Code, is its oldest part of the book and the core around which the rest developed. It is a series of mitzvot (commands) to the Israelites regarding how they ought to conduct themselves in Canaan, the land promised by Yahweh, God of Israel.

Laws of Religious Observance

  • The worship of Canaanite gods is forbidden and the order is given to destroy their places of worship. (12:29–31)
  • Native mourning practices such as deliberate disfigurement are forbidden. (14:1–2)
  • The worship at Asherah groves and setting up of ritual pillars are forbidden. (16:21–22)
  • All sacrifices are to be brought and vows are to be made at a central sanctuary. (12:1–28)
  • Sacrificed animals must be without blemish. (15:21, 17:1)
  • First-born male livestock must be sacrificed. (15:19–23)
  • The procedure for tithing produce or donating its equivalent is given. (14:22–29)
  • The Pilgrimage Festivals of Pesach, Shavuot, and Sukkot are instituted. (16:1–17)
  • A catalog of which animals are permitted and which forbidden for consumption is given. (14:3–20)
  • The consumption of animals which are found dead and have not been slaughtered is prohibited. (14:21)

Laws Concerning Officials          [cool-fade-popup group=”widget” random=”YES” session=”NO”]

  • Judges are to be appointed in every city. (16:18)
  • Judges are to be impartial and bribery is forbidden. (16:19–20)
  • A central tribunal is established. (17:8–13)justice-scales-593x395
  • Should the Israelites choose to be ruled by a King, regulations for the office are given. (17:14–20)
  • Regulations of the rights, and revenue, of the Levites are given. (18:1–8)
  • Concerning the future (unspecified) prophet. (18:9–22)
  • Regulations for the priesthood are given. (23:1–8)

Civil Law

  • Debts are to be released in the seventh year. (15:1–11)
  • Regulations of the institution of slavery and the procedure for freeing slaves are given. (15:12–18)
  • Lost property, once found, is to be restored to its owner. (22:1–4)
  • Prohibition of mixing kinds, at Deuteronomy 22:9-11
  • Tzitzit are mandated. (22:12)
  • Marriages between women and their stepsons are forbidden. (22:30)
  • The camp is to be kept clean. (23:9–14)
  • Usury is forbidden except for foreigners. (23:19–20)
  • Regulations for vows and pledges are given. (23:21–23, 24:6, 24:10–13)
  • The procedure for tzaraath (a disfigurative condition) is given. (24:8–9)
  • Hired workers are to be paid fairly. (24:14–15)
  • Justice is to be shown towards strangers, widows, and orphans. (24:17–18)
  • Portions of crops are to be given to the poor. (24:19–22)

Criminal Law

See also: The Bible and rape

  • The rules for witnesses are given. (19:15–21)
  • The procedure for a bride who has been slandered is given. (22:13–21)
  • Various laws concerning adultery and rape are given. (22:22–29)
  • Kidnapping is forbidden. (24:7)
  • Just weights and measures are mandated. (25:13–16)


True biological Hebrew Israelites are Semitic Afro/Asiatic descendants of a family/tribe led by Jacob (Israel) the grandson of Abraham; and his wives (his cousins, and they are sisters) Leah and Rachel; and Leah’s and Rachel’s half sisters Bilhah and Zilpah. These two sets of sisters bore Jacob thirteen children. Therefore, the Semitic Asiatic dominant blood type and mitochondrial DNA of these women will exist in every legitimate descendant to this day.


(3)     The Hebrew Senate


◄ Numbers 11:16-23 ►      (World English Bible)

Yahweh said to Moses, “Gather to me seventy men of the elders of Israel, whom you know to be the elders of the people, and officers over them; and bring them to the Tent of Meeting, that they may stand there with you.”



In ancient Israel, every tribe, and even every city, had its senate of princes, or elders (Elders of Israel).   Such an institution is essential in a well-balanced government. A council of sages, of knowledgeable age, wisdom, and dignity, about life and a clear deep detail understanding of Laws of Moses (Commandments/Mitzvot).


The candidate for the senatorial office must be a biological Hebrew man or woman of the people; he/she must be an elder of the people; and he must have been previously elevated by the voice of the people to some public trust.” That is to say, he/she must be a tried man/woman, a man/woman in whom the people put confidence after trial, and a man/woman of experience in public affairs.


In the government of the Principality of Granville, there will consist of Senate National Board of Governors (Elders of Israel); 70, which are assembled by the Chief Magistrate, using obedience to Holy Covenant, and living life under instructions of the Laws of God, as a litmus test; for tenure for life; similar to the American Supreme Court. 


These candidates for the Senate National Board of Governors (Elders of Israel) must campaign before congregation (the People); where the People themselves elect, by ballot, the persons whom they believed most worthy of the dignity, and best fitted to discharge its functions usefully.


The seventy senators, chosen from among the elders and officers, were to be brought to the tabernacle of the congregation that they might stand there with the Chief Magistrate.


They are to be solemnly inaugurated, and consecrated to this service, that they might be a permanent council, to assist Chief Magistrate in the government of the people.


Next there is Senate State Board of Governors (Elders of Israel), 56, which are also assembled by the Chief Magistrate, with confirmation of National Senate; for 4 year terms.


Then comes the Senate Municipal Board of Governors (Elders of Israel), 13, which are elected by the Counties People, for 4 year term.


Followed by Community Senate Board of Governors (Elders of Israel), 13, which are elected by the Cities People, for 4 year term.


(4)     The Hebrew Commons (Congregation of Israel)

Every free biological Hebrew Israelite of Torah compliance, that are of voting age, and within good standing of their communities; shall have the opportunity to express their stance on Criminal, Civil and Foreign issues, by ballot.2g


(5)      The Hebrew Priesthood

Yahweh, chose the Tribe of Levi, and out of it again the family of Aaron, on whom He bestowed the ‘priest’s office as a gift’


◄ Numbers 18:7 ►     Lexham English Bible (LEB)

But you with your sons will keep your priesthood to perform your priestly duties for everything at the altar and for the area behind the curtain.   I give you the priesthood as a gift, but the stranger who approaches will be put to death.”

The priesthood of Ancient Israel was the class of male individuals, who, according to the Hebrew Bible, were patrilineal descendants from Aaron (the elder brother of Moses), who served in the Tabernacle, Solomon’s Temple and Second Temple until the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 CE. Their temple role included animal sacrifice. The priests (Hebrew kohanim) are viewed as continuing in the Kohen families.


In the Principality of Granville, the priesthood shall consist the descendants of Phinehas (eternal priesthood) and Aaron (royal priesthood) whose carries the Kohen gene/DNA (extended Cohen Modal Haplotype (CMH) of Aaron’s direct lineage from Levi, the patriarch of the Tribe of Levi, great grandson of Abraham, according to the tradition codified in the Tanakh (שמות / Sh’mot/Exodus 6)


Sacrifices and offerings

The royal priests were to officiate at many sacrifices and offerings under the Law of Moses, including the Passover sacrifice, sin offering, guilt offering, release of the scapegoat, burnt offering, peace offering, red heifer, heave offering, meal offering, dough offering, drink offering, incense offering, thank offering, etc., throughout the liturgical year.



The garments of the priests and high priests are described, and proscribed, in detail in Leviticus. For the high priest these include a priestly tunic, linen undergarments, sash, robe, priestly turban, ephod (with Urim and Thummim), and a priestly breastplate with 12 stones representing the twelve tribes of Israel.