This book reveals for the first time the ancient Israelite culture, which Moses established in the Sinai Desert, as an Anarchistic society. The Ancient Israelite culture rejected all forms of law and administration on principle because of their belief in Yahavah (YHWH), the divine power inside every human, with which each person is in constant, direct contact. Each individual is obligated to submit only to his divine power. He is not subject to any imposed laws or to those who seek to implement them. "The Yisraeli People: the Lost Culture" shows that this concept of following one's inner power and convictions is the reason why the Israelite tribes did not establish a kingdom or organized state, nor did they have a standing army, police force, judicial or educational system over the course of the centuries between Moses and David.