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Yō•khas•in – Genealogy

Since no later than the giving of the Tōr•âh to Moshëh on Har Sin•ai, when names are recorded by the Beit-Din in the Orthodox Jewish community they are archived in the heavenly archive. Ribi Yᵊhō•shua confirmed this in The Nᵊtzârim Reconstruction of Hebrew Matityâhu (NHM) 18.19f (for documentation and details see the corresponding notes): "I tell you, whatever you shall make â•sur in [the Beit-Din of the Nᵊtzâr•im] on hâ-Ârëtz shall be made â•sur in the Beit-Din Above…"

The Yō•khas•in recognized and included 10 categories of persons, in 3 groups of permitted intermarriage (within certain constraints), that were differentiated from the goy•im as part of Am Yi•sᵊrâ•eil (Mishᵊnâh, Ma•sëkët Qi•dush•in 69a-b, explanation detailed in Atonement In the Biblical 'New Covenant' (ABNC):

Though the earthly scrolls were destroyed by the Romans and other oppressors—with the notable exception of both the patriarchal and matriarchal genealogies of Ribi Yᵊhō•shua—the names remain recorded in the Yo•khas•in in the heavenly archive Yo•khas•in – the Scroll, (family) Tree, of Life.

On the other hand, the destruction of the (physical) Yo•khas•in terminated all legitimacy of physical Ko•han•im and Beit-Dâ•wid (including any future Mâ•shiakh)! "A family once mixed up remains so" (Qidush•in 70b, quoted in EJ 7.383).

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