opus in progressu IV

I wanted to touch bases with readers as it has been four months since the last progress summary and just in case anyone thought from the long gap after my previous article, that it may have been my last.

My time has been taken up with going through each chapter and editing here and there, adding items, photos and correcting what errors there may be. I am a stickler for accuracy and thus not offended if readers spot any and tactfully bring to my attention.

I have also completed two new articles and hope to post soon, as well as having ideas for a number of others which I hope to write as soon as the chapter edits are complete.

Aside from this website, I have a space on Quora called: The Biblical Identity of Nations.

As far as which chapters have gained the most attention on Quora, there isn’t much change from December last year. Where the order was as follows.

  1. Alpha & Omega
  2. Esau: The Thirteenth Tribe
  3. The French & Swiss: Moab, Ammon & Haran
  4. Judah & Benjamin – the Regal Tribes

The top four were relatively clustered together and the next six grouped together ahead of the remaining chapters.

5. India & Pakistan: Cush & Phut

6. Manasseh & Ephraim – the Birthright Tribes

7. Noah Antecessor Nulla

8. China: Magog, Tubal & Meshech

9. The Philistines: Latino-Hispano America

10. Abraham & Keturah – Benelux & Scandinavia 

The top four remain the same, though Judah & Benjamin is gaining on Moab & Ammon. There are changes from number five to ten, as follows.

5. Manasseh & Ephraim – the Birthright Tribes

6. India & Pakistan: Cush & Phut

7. Abraham & Keturah – Benelux & Scandinavia

8. China: Magog, Tubal & Meshech

9. Noah Antecessor Nulla

10. The Philistines: Latino-Hispano America

It is the same six chapters, though Manasseh & Ephraim has swapped with Cush & Phut; and Magog, Tubal and Meshech has swapped with Noah. Interest in Abraham’s less well-known sons has also gained in popularity as the highest mover. While the chapter on Dan has climbed to number eleven.

On this website it continues to remain an entirely different story.

Excluding articles not related to the biblical identity of nations, the most widely read chapters as of December were the following.

  1. China: Magog, Tubal & Meshech
  2. Esau: The Thirteenth Tribe
  3. Alpha & Omega
  4. Shem Occidentalis
  5. Gomer: Continental South East Asia
  6. Togarmah & the Koreas
  7. The Incredible Identity, Origin & Destiny of Nimrod
  8. Tarshish & Japan

The top three remain the same.

Perhaps a more accurate statistic is the most widely read articles in the past three months. The order is different and as follows:

  1. Alpha & Omega
  2. China: Magog, Tubal & Meshech
  3. Judah & benjamin – the Regal Tribes
  4. Gomer: Continental South East Asia
  5. Esau: The Thirteenth Tribe
  6. Abraham & Keturah – Benelux & Scandinavia
  7. Javan: Archipelago South East Asia & Polynesia
  8. The Philistines: Latino-Hispano Anerica
  9. Togamah & the Koreas
  10. Japheth Oreintalium

I hope this finds readers well and thank you for your continued support.

Till next time and God bless.

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