- Feb 2, 2020
I don't think that a phonetic similarity between "Phoenician" and "Venetian" is enough to establish a link between the two but if they are in fact in relation to (the star of) Venus; then it's pagan: Ishtar. Phoenicians were pagan and so was the ruling class of Venice (Kabbalist). That is not to say that there no relation between the two (direct or indirect) - Venice operated very similarity to the Phoenicians in dominating the sea trade of the Mediterranean basin. Both were also very secretive and relied on a vast network of intelligence and mercenaries to ensure their hegemony.Without going into too much detail here, because it can be explored privately; although might not be easy to find:
The words Venetian and Phoenician, seem to have the same root, and describe the same thing: Venus as in Venusian ... the people who identified themselves with that planet.
They were basically the same people, but with migrations most of those who had settled in Venice would have left by now?
E.g. "Queen Victoria, the matriarch of the Venetian Black Guelphs" https://www.intellihub.com/venetian-black-nobility-roots-of-todays-ruling-oligarchy/
Guelph is thought to derive from the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet Aleph, which is logical, as Brit-ish are Hebrew words Berith+ish: בְּרִית + אִישׁ (reversed Hebrew written right to left), meaning Covenant + people. As already described above.
And Aleph is represented by the red Saltire cross in the British flag - see below.
These seem to add further proof that the British are the true Hebrews.
Christ's words in the British Flag
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In reference to the picture you posted, the squared "Hebrew" letters derive from the Imperial Aramaic. Before that, the "Hebrew" alphabet was actually the from the Canaanite/Phoenician one.