What many Christians fail to realize is that Jewry was willing to find a place for its people anywhere, especially in America. However, unbeknown to even Herzl, the Pharisaical Cabbalists had already planted the key talking points (not to Herzl himself) but to a Christian theologian in London who was sympathetic to what he felt was historical persecution against the Jews since their nation was decimated in 70 AD by the Romans. Prior to a chance meeting between Herzl and this Christian theologian, Herzl had no idea about "Zionism" nor any Bible knowledge that would soon provide him with scripture to justify his future endeavors.
§ Declaring the Messiahship of Jesus to the Jew first and also to the non-Jew
§ Endeavouring to teach the Church its Jewish roots
§ Encouraging the physical restoration of the Jewish people to Eretz Israel - the Land of Israel
§ Encouraging the Hebrew Christian/Messianic Jewish movement
The society's work began among the poor Jewish immigrants in the East of London and soon spread to Europe, South America, Africa and Palestine. In 1811, a five-acre field on the Cambridge Road Bethnal Green, east London, was leased as a centre for missionary operations. A school, training college and a church called the Episcopal Jews' Chapel were built here. The complex was named Palestine Place. In 1813, a Hebrew-Christian congregation called Benei Abraham (Children of Abraham) started meeting at the chapel in Palestine Place. This was the first recorded assembly of Jewish believers in Jesus and the forerunner of today's Messianic Jewish congregations.
March 10, 1896, Herzl recorded in his diary his “first” meeting with Reverend Hechler.
What you are about to read now is a great example of Zionists revisionists who are working overtime; and for some organizations you have learned to trust. Wikipedia has the following paragraph concerning something Herzl wrote in his dairy about Hechler and his efforts to plant the seed for the creation of Zionism, and it quotes a portion of statement the Grand Duke made to Hechler:
"Hechler, I hear you wanted to become a minister of the Jewish state (and following is the portion Wikipedia left off), "Is there a Rothschild behind that?"
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