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Scythian Civilization First Victim of Turkic Invasions

Scythian Civilization First Victim of Turkic Invasions

Modern interpretation of historical, archaeological and anthropological evidence about the origins of Scythian Civilization has proposed two broad hypotheses.  The first, formerly more espoused by Soviet and then Russian researchers, roughly followed Herodotus’ (third) account, holding that the Scythians were an Eastern Iranian group who arrived from Inner Asia, i.e. from the area of Turkestan and western Siberia.

The second hypothesis, according to Ghirshman and others, proposes that the Scythian cultural complex emerged from local groups of the “Timber Grave” (or Srubna) culture at the Black Sea coast, although this is also associated with the Cimmerians. According to Dolukhanov this proposal is supported by anthropological evidence which has found that Scythian skulls are similar to preceding findings from the Timber Grave culture, and distinct from those of the Central Asian Sacae. Yet, according to Mallory the archaeological evidence is poor, and the Andronovo culture and “at least the eastern outliers of the Timber-grave culture” may be identified as Indo-Iranian.

Tengri Expansion

Tengri Expansion

The possible correct theory about the origins of Scythian Civilization could be different. Scythian civilization might be the first victim of Turkic invasions. Turkic scholars are trying to prove that the Scythians are ancient Turk. The similarities are there. But, this is not the correct. The Scythians were civilized settled nation who were defeated, enslaved, and came under Turkic subjugation who imposed their nomadic violent way of life on the Scythians.

The Scythians were indeed of Eastern Iranian origin but were heavily Turkified by Turkic nomads who came from Mongolia to the East of Scythia around 800 BC. From this new wealthy base the Turkic groups went to invade India, west Asia, and the rest of Iran. The Turkified Scythians with their new Turkic masters did the same to Parthia and colonized it. From this new colony they toppled the Iranian Medes and created the first Turkified states in west Iran.

These Turkified Iranian colonies were the Scythian Kingdom in 652–625 BC which immediately expanded to form the Achaemenid Empire 550–330 BC.

This way Persia cannot be described as Iranian, since the Iranian sovereignty ended by the defeat of the Iranian Medes. The Persians were indeed Turkic groups, and the present day state of Iran is still under Turkic rule and Turkification.

Contrary to the very old believe that the Scythians were uncivilized people, a deeper insight shall prove that they were settled and advanced great eastern Iranians who were savaged by Turkic groups related to Mongolians who descended from The Xiongnu nomadic peoples.

Later on resulting from their invasions, migrations, and Turkification six Turkic groups emerged.

The six Turkic groups are:
1- Turkic Muslim in Anatolia and Balkan, (fake Caucasians since Eastern Tourkia in 650 AD),
2- Turkic Shia Persians (fake Iranians since the Achaemenids in 550 BC),
3- Turkic Talmudic Zionist Jews (fake Israelite since the tricky Babylonian “Return” in 520 BC),
4- Turkic rulers of Arabia (fake Arabs, following the death of Islam in 655 AD),
5- Turkic “Hindu” Indians and Gypsy (fake Aryans since the Persian conquest in 530 BC), and
6- Turkic Europeans (fake liberal Christians since the “Holy” “Roman” “Empire” in 962 AD)

Six Turkic Groups

Six Turkic Groups

The Xiongnu nomadic peoples

The migrations of the Yuezhi through Central Asia, from around 176 BC to 30 AD

The migrations of the Yuezhi through Central Asia, from around 176 BC to 30 AD


Comments on: "Scythian Civilization First Victim of Turkic Invasions" (3)

  1. This is a very good piece. This challenges students of history to consider what they thought they knew about the Scythians.

  2. The Punt Lands Hypothesis is very strong indeed, and will prove to be correct, and shall change world’s history and religious believes totally and very soon.

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