Turkic Invasions and Slavery since 700 BC
The original Scythians were a large group of Asians inhabited the land between Mongolia and the Caspian Sea from at least the 11th century BC (or earlier) to the 2nd century AD. The Scythians neighbored the Uralic tribes in the north and the Iranian tribes in the south. The Scythians, were also known as Scyth, Saka, Sakae, Sacae, Sai, Iskuzai, or Askuzai (sounds like Ashkenazi! ).
They were settled and civilized people until Turkic nomads came from the east and invaded them. The Turkified Scythians were of completely different characteristics from the original Scythians but remained to be called Scythians.
The new Scythians expanded to the west and from them the Sarmatians emerged in the 7th century BC in a region of the steppe to the east of the Don River and south of the Ural Mountains in Eastern Europe. It is likely that the Sarmatians and Cimmerians were Turkified Europeans and off shoots or compatriots of new Scythians.
The Scythians, , Sarmatians and Cimmerians are the Turkic and Turkified groups which enslaved Eastern Europeans and created the Slavs ethnicity since the 7th century BC.
Trickles from Turkic group/s mainly Uyghurs coming from the Steppe migrated to the land between the Caspian and Black Sea south of Don and Volga rivers and north of Caucasus mountains since around 550 BC. Their main concentrations were around Sarkel and Itil.
A year after the death of the last strong Assyrian ruler, Assurbanipal, in 627 BC, the Assyrian empire came under series of brutal Turkic raids. In 615 BC Turkic bandits captured Assyrian cities
Turkic groups created Neo-Babylonia in 615 BC and ended in 539 BC.
In 612 BC another Turkic group, led by Nabopolassar, and their Turkified allies from the Medes, led by Cyaxares, destroyed the Assyrian capital of Nineveh (as well as Nimrud) and split the Assyrian empire (Mesopotamia to Babylon and Elam to Media) while Egypt recovers control of Palestine and Syria.
At the same time, the same Turkic group invaded and colonized Iran and the Iranian peoples in 600 BC. In 550 BC Turkic colonizers created the first Persian state Achaemenid (Khshassa) (550 BC–330 BC) very much similar to what will be Khazar of new Scythians.
In 512 BC, when King Darius the Great of Persia moved into the new Scythian lands and their enslaved Europeans (Slavs), he allegedly penetrated into their land after crossing the Danube. According to Herodotus, Darius in this manner came as far as the Volga River.
After the Battle of Carchemish in 605 BC, Nebuchadnezzar, the second king of Noe-Babylon, besieged Jerusalem, and forced King Jehoiakim to pay annual tributes to Noe-Babylonia. Jehoiakim complied but later on refused to pay tribute in Nebuchadnezzar’s fourth year, which led to another siege in Nebuchadnezzar’s seventh year, culminating with the death of Jehoiakim and the capture and deportation of King Jeconiah and his court.
The term “Exile” is not accurate at all because it was actually “Deportation”. Deportation to Babylon became a regular punishment for the ruling House of David and their court if they fail to pay tributes. Jeconiah’s successor Zedekiah and others were arrested and deported in Nebuchadnezzar’s eighteenth year.
A later deportation occurred in Nebuchadnezzar’s twenty-third year. The dates, numbers of deportations, and numbers of deportees given in the biblical accounts vary. These deportations are dated to 597 BC for the first, with others dated at 587/586 BC, and 582/581 BC respectively.
During the Babylonian Captivity or Babylonian Exile (597 BC – 539 BC) only few hundreds of Israelite were taken captives to Babylonia. Only members of the House of David and few of the elite were taken to Babylon in captivity.
After recovering from the immediate impact of war, the Israelites continued to have a life not much different from what had gone before. In 586 BC Jerusalem was destroyed by the Turkic Noe-Babylonia to terrorize the Israelites and as a further punishment for not paying the annual tributes.
Archaeological studies have revealed that the population of Judah were not deported, and although Jerusalem was utterly destroyed, other parts of Judah continued to be inhabited during the period of the exile.
In 549 BC Cyrus, another Turkic warlord in Persia, fought against Astyages, king of Media, at Ecbatana. Astyages’ army betrayed him to his enemy, and Cyrus established himself as ruler of all the Iranic peoples, as well as the pre-Iranian Elamites and Gutians. By this power grab the Turkic Persian rule of the Achaemenid dynasty was established in 550 BC. And Iran, and the Aryan Iranians became Turkified and turned into Persia, and Persians.
The Turkic Persian king of Achaemenid, Cyrus the Great, took over power from the failing irrational Turkic rulers of Noe-Babylonia in 539 BC. He then organized massive colonization of Judea and Samaria with a pretext of returning the captive Israelite rulers.
Cyrus sent many hundreds of thousands of Turkic people to maintain and deepen the colonization of Judah and Samaria, claiming that the returnees were the descendants of the original rulers, in just few decades. The Turkic migration and colonization which was called the return of the captives was a continuous process rather than a single event, and most of the deportees or their descendants did not return.
With such grand systematic deception complete demographic changes took place over many decades. After long strong policy of colonization and discrimination ten of the tribes of Israel were lost forever. The Semite Israelites in what were the Kingdoms of Judah and Samaria were absorbed and controlled by Turkic colonizers and the Semitic Israelite became Mongoloid.
According to the biblical book of Ezra, construction of the second temple in Jerusalem began around 537 BCE. All these events are considered very significant in the creation of the Jewish people, and had a far-reaching impact on the development of Judaism. With these changes Israel, the Israelites, and the Torah were superseded by a Turkic colony also called Israel, Jews, Judaism, and the Talmud.
Judah, now called Yehud, was a Persian province, and the returnees, with their Turkic Persian connections in Noe-Babylon, were in control of all the land of Israelites. They represented also the descendants of the old “Yahweh-alone” movement, but the religion they instituted was significantly different from both monarchic Yahwism and modern Judaism, the religion of Ezra, not Moses.
These differences include new concepts of priesthood, a new focus on new codes to preserving “purity” by prohibiting intermarriage outside the community of this new “Israel”. These these new rules certainly gave the new Turkic elites and rabbis great powers and opportunities over the Israelites and allowed the Turkic stock to breed in their new “homeland”.
The Turkic Jews and Turkic Persians fled to Khazaria after Islam for safety and to warn their compatriots. They succeeded to turn Khazar to the newly concocted Turkic religion of Talmudic Judaism (of Ezra, not Moses). Together they started to expand Khazar into their Slavic territories in East Europe so they can gain power and make a comeback to the south.
And these Turkic groups succeeded in taking over not only Slavic East Europe but also in south of the Caucasus, including Anatolia, Levant, Iran, India, and Arabia. Then later on they took over the remaining Europe and went into Egypt and the rest of Africa using Christianity, Judaism, Islam, liberalism, revolutions, Communism, Capitalism, banking, organized crimes, terrorism, secret societies, and wars.
An article titled: “KIPCHAKS and OGUZES, Medieval History of the Türkic People and the Great Steppe”, by Murad Adjh, a Turkic Russian, in 2002, is an example of Turkic writings. It seems typical Turkic inflated writing to me.
Turkic groups used repeated policies everywhere they go. They invade, enslave, copulate, destroy history, invent oral history, then they claim native descent of invaded groups. Surely Turkic groups infiltrated numerous tribes and lands but not extensively.
They created wounds which after left untreated for long time became gangrenous. With influence on media, academia, public beliefs, religion, and politics they managed to maintain and strengthen all their myths. The world need to discover and recognized what really happened and how much damages had been done. Only then nations can reclaim their true history.
The peoples of Europe, Asia, and Africa are in deep slumber indeed. Even God’s prophets and messengers couldn’t wake them up.
One more piece in human puzzling history:
Scythia in Central Asia was huge civilized land and nation neighboring to Turkic groups in Mongolia. Scythians became the first victims of Turkic raids and enslavement.
From Scythia the Turkic groups with their Turkified slaves and wealth they spread into three directions.
1- West to Volga and Don rivers and to Eastern Europe in 700 BC where they created European Scythians, Sarmatians, Cimmerians, Caucasians, and Thracians (all Slavs and Balkans)
2- South to Afghanistan and north India where they did the same and created new stock around 700 BC.
3- South-West to Iran and Mesopotamia where they subjugated the Iranians and after 100 years created Persia in 550 BC. This group created the Jews and Judaism (the religion of Ezra), and replaced the Israelite and the religion of Moses.
The Caucasian and Persian branches of these Turkic groups together took over Anatolia, Levant, Arabia, and North Africa. They Turkified all the nations in these regions and destroyed their civilizations since 500 BC.