Scripture Reading: Psalms 104:14-15 “He causeth the grass to grow for the cattle, and herb for the service of man: that he may bring forth food out of the earth; And wine that maketh glad the heart of man, and oil to make his face to shine, and bread which strengtheth man’s heart.”
I must have been asleep when this battle took place, as I was alive when a lot of it happened. It lasted for over 25 years and I still was not aware of it occurring. It began before I was born, and it fought on when I was in elementary, middle, and high school. It was a major case, and I didn’t learn of it until a couple of months ago.
The two men who fought against each other, Fishbein and Hoxsey, were from different stock.
Fishbein was a jew and Hoxsey an Israelite. Fishbein flunked anatomy class in college, never completed his internship class and was never a doctor—he never had any patients whatsoever.
Hoxsey only went to the eighth grade and then he dropped out of school. He was a coal miner in Illinois, where his grandfather had been a farmer. His grandfather had a stallion that was his favorite. It got cancer in its right hoof, and the veterinarian said that it should be destroyed. Instead, John Hoxsey, his grandfather, who was a Quaker, decided to let his favorite horse go into the pasture and enjoy his final days.
The horse began to go into one area of the pasture and ate certain herbs that he never had eaten before. And as he did so, he surprisingly got better and better. Soon the horse recovered completely and the tumor sloughed away.
This book will present historical documentation addressing the true identity of the Jews today who are commonly referred to as, and presumed to be, "Israel". Included also is an introduction to the religion of the Jews called Judaism.