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The Semien Mountains of Gondar, Ethiopia, where Moses received the Torah

The Semien Mountains of Gondar, Ethiopia, where Moses received the Torah

Israelite Journeys

Israelite Journeys

My Punt Lands Hypothesis states that the Jews are not at all Israelite. Because the Jews are of Turkic Mongolian origin, just like: Hyksos, Mittani, Persians, Bedouin ʾAʿrāb, Sabaeans, Romans, Turks, Gypsies, Moors, Khazar, and others in Eastern Europe and the Eurasian Steppe.

While the Israelite were exclusively Ge’ez-speaking Africans from the Lands of Punt. The hypothesis also emphasizes that the stories of Creation, Deluge, Joseph, Exodus, Solomon, and all other biblical characters were in the Lands of Punt; and the Creation and Deluge were of local, and not global, nature. The Exodus of 1446 BC was within Punt by crossing a river only.

After receiving the Torah in Ge’ez on the Semien Mountains, Moses led the Israelite to their promised land in the Afar Triangle (the Danakil Depression) where they established Israel confederation then a united kingdom. While the original home of Abraham was near Harar city.

King Solomon ruled Israel and built Beit HaMikdash (The Temple) where he kept the Arc of the Covenant. Upon his death in 926 BC, the tribe of Judah started collusion with the Sabaeans in Yemen and Turkic Mongolians roaming in the Middle Assyrian Empire (1392-934 BC).

Due to Turkic Mongolian raids the whole of Eastern Mediterranean region suffered from the Late Bronze Age Collapse (roughly between the years of 1250-1000 BC). The period from 1200 BC to 900 BC was a dark age for the entire Near East, North Africa, Caucasus, Mediterranean and Balkan regions, with great upheavals and mass movements of people.

The Neo-Assyrian Empire (911 BC–609 BC) brought to its collapse by Turkic Mongolians allied with Judah tribe and Sabaeans. This led to the creation of Neo-Babylonian Empire (626 BC–539 BC) which ushered the rise of Judah tribe and the collapse of other tries of the Israelite.

Jews, Judaism, Hebrew language, and Rabbinic Hebrew Torah were invented during 580-530 BC by a collusion between Judah Israelite tribe and Turkic Mongolian colonizers of Neo-Babylonia and Turkic Mongolian Persians. The origin of Hebrew is Ge’ez mixed with Aramaic and Persian.

The Jews (Yehudi) are not Israelite or from anywhere in the region, they were Turkic Mongolians. The Turkic Mongolians origin is in Altai Mountains and northern Tarim Basin of Western Mongolia, Eastern Kazakhstan, and Northern Uyghur. The original Israel, Israelite, and the Law of Moses were African 100% and had nothing with Arabia or Jews or Asia.

The Persians and Neo-Babylonians were one branch of Turkic Mongolians who colonized Iran and Iraq. They imported the Israelite history and religion from the Land of Punt and cooked Judaism and invented the Jews and colonized Aramaic lands with their inventions. It is an ideology of political association for conquering nations and looting them with religious veils.

Jesus was of African Puntite origin and he was sent by the God of the Ge’ez Israelite to bring back the lost sheep of the House of Israel from colonized Aramaic lands. He was targeted and persecuted by Turkic Mongolian Persians, Jews, and Romans.

Nonsense dies naturally; that is why fake histories and religions are dying, and being replaced by sensible history and religion (without s).
Genuine Israel and Israelite versus Fake Israel and Israelite

Genuine Israel and Israelite versus Fake Israel and Israelite

The Punt Lands Hypothesis

The Punt Lands Hypothesis

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Comments on: "How Jews, Judaism, and Hebrew were invented?" (27)

  1. What of Yemen? Does it figure into the Israelite story? Also, are you saying the true Israelites were not Afro-Arabic tribes?

    • Yemen and its original Arabs were trading partners with Punt and definitely migrations across the Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb was common.
      The ancient South Arabian Scripts (Musnad) was from Ge’ez.
      Then later on Yemen appeared later as a colony for Turkic Mongolian Sabaeans and established a slavery and trading colony in Punt called D’mt in 980 BC which played a major role in the Israelite first civil war by supporting the Judah Tribe.
      Genuine Israelites were just from Punt and not from Yemen or Arabia. Adam and Noah were from Punt too. As said, he Creation and Deluge were local history and they did not relate to other regions.
      Therefore, the clans of Noah are just local tribes, but surely some of their descendants migrated and populated Yemen and Arabia only log before Jacob.

  2. Thank you and God bless you

  3. Nonsense dies naturally; that is why fake histories and religions are dying, and being replaced by sensible history and religion (without s).

  4. Do you have any suggested reading material referring your hypothesis?

    • All the available materials will lead to wrong conclusions, as they did since Babylon. What I suggest is the technique and methodology of investigative revisionism using all useless and unreliable sources, references, and authors.

      • This is hard to follow. Investigative revisionism sounds like a plan, but make use of all “useless and unreliable sources . . .” ? I am guessing that by proper research and analysis of such sources, a person can get at the truth.

      • All the available materials are not sources of information but rather a combination of data and disinformation and scholars must navigate and use them very carefully and read between the lines but never cite them as sold grounds.

      • If by applying common sense we could find that Abraham never made those alleged migrations and he could never had been in Iraq or Egypt then those sources and methods are useless for 3600 years. So, how we could trust them again. Common sense and integrity are lacking in our old ways and they must be changed and these institutions not only reformed but even replaced by better accountable institutions.

      • I have total disregard for such sources and methodology. I will never reach to any reasonable decent fact relying on a pile of corrupt system. All the available materials will lead to wrong conclusions, as they did since Babylon in 580 BC. What I suggest is the technique and methodology of investigative revisionism using all useless and unreliable sources, references, and authors.

      • Yes, I disregard those sources and methods. What are the use of these materials, academic degrees, positions, and institutions if could not find the simplest old forgery and contradiction in history?

  5. The problem with many of these old sources is that the accounts they give us were in oral tradition for hundreds of years. For that reason alone, a person ought to maintain a healthy skepticism towards these old narratives. Oral tradition invites each generation to add their “spin” on things in the story as they pass it on to the next generation.

    • I treat them as possible sources of raw data and not information. I navigate carefully and read between the lines and dismiss any propaganda, ignorance, bias and spins.

  6. Reblogged this on Justice4Poland.com and commented:
    Once again WordPress has switched the “Write” application off on my blog, therefore I won’t be able to publish articles in full, let alone write my own.Obviously somebody in the administration does not approve of certain publications and decided to cut off my freedom of speech. I apologise for any inconvenience.Courtesy to Tarig Anter I re-blog one of his articles. Stay aware….

  7. Here is a good article from a few years back found on another blog that makes good points to consider.

    https://phiquyenchinh.org/2015/03/24/the-first-jewish-lie/

    Are seminal events in the Old Testament not historically accurate?

    • I am reading the same book as you mentioned and there are some pretty good references to other schloars and readings. I think considering seminal events in the Bible for accuracy is a good basis of comparison. However, not ideal for factual evidence.

    • “Backed by every reputable expert in the known world, Ezzat argues that ancient Hebrew history as we know it today is based on one colossal lie — that events described as happening in Egypt, if they happened at all, really happened in Arabia. Which means that according to his version, the tales of Joseph, Moses and the Exodus might still be true, but the location in which they are alleged to have happened are false.”
      “Ezzat’s contention, backed by solid empirical scholarship, is that the events of the Old Testament occurred in southwestern Arabia, in a province called Mizraim, or Misr, a location now near modern day Yemen, which is where he says the tribe of Israel was really born.”
      Agree, but it certainly happened, and it ws in Punt not Arabia.
      Another big mistake is nobody differentiates between two totally different groups: Israelite and Jews
      Israel and Jerusalem were in Afar region, not Arabia

      • “Another big mistake is nobody differentiates between two totally different groups: Israelite and Jews”

        Tarig, you are quite correct. Israelites and Jews are totally different groups. The Jews have fooled the peoples of the world into believing they are one and the same people. It is not so. And, sadly, those terrible, misguided, non-thinking Christian Zionists nearly worship these damnable Jews.

      • Not only Jews but also Romans and defeated and confused Europeans.

  8. Is there a possibility that ancient Yemen and Punt shared a common land space? Through wars initiated by Arabic tribes, the commonality was broken through the domination of Arabic tongue and cultures. There is some common phonetic sounds and language they share. From readings, Yemen, and the area researchers claim as the former land of Punt would be on the Arabian Penisula. Also, what of Aden (Eden) that is located in that region? I am trying to logically place this together. Thank you

    • Yes, in ancient there was a land linking the two.
      Arabs were not violent but only after the invasion of Turkic Mongolian bandits and defeating Arabs a new group called ‘A’rab then Sabaeans claimed that Arabs are extinct and the new group called themselves Arabs.
      Trade and migration was common between the two and when the Puntite invaded Yemen they were trying to protect their brethren.
      While the Sabaean invasions were for slaves and looting.

  9. Reblogged this on melonpopzdropz … and commented:
    An interesting take on Israel.. these people are not who they say they are.

  10. Hi. I’d like to recommend the following website: http://alternativegenhist.blogspot.com The researcher has gone into some really great depth with genetics and genealogy. I think you and other readers might find it useful 🙂

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