The Scythian Israelites: Aryans in Africa and Abroad
Source: The Scythian Israelites: Aryans in Africa and Abroad
It very interesting and useful to see how history can be reconstructed, interpreted, and displayed to support ideology.
Actually this article can help to confirm between Jews and Turkic groups, while bringing attention on the hidden and forgotten history of Scythia in forming the Turkic Mongolian Jewish expansions and the disappearance of Hebrew Israelite, particularly the Ten Lost Tribes.
As the article states: “Hiding the name and history of the Israelites behind the name of the Scythians, among many other names, has made it difficult to connect the dots between biblical records and modern history”
Who are the Israelite, Hebrew, Jews, and Palestinians
The world has been fooled and manipulated for 3500 year by fake tales inserted into human history, academia, media, politics, and religions. This situation cannot and must not be allowed any more. Without any doubt truth will prevail and trying to maintain, dodge, and defend fake history, dishonest academics, corrupt politics, and distorted religion are doomed to failure sooner or later.
The world will know and admit that the Hebrew Israelite are nomadic Arab tribe, (Hebrew=Ebri=Arbi=Arab). They took refuge in Ethiopia and they had never went to Egypt during its glory.
(Note: My Facebook account (Tarig Anter) is now phished immediately after I posted this article on it. My attempts with Facebook is still failing. I guess this article hit the undeniable truth.)
Here are a summary of the main falsehoods in the history of Israel and Judaism; plus a brief of the consequences of the true history of Israel and Judaism.
Summary of the Main Falsehoods in the History of Israel and Judaism
These two articles are very close to the truth, but unfortunately they cannot depart from the hugely wrong assumption that the Israelite were in Egypt. While the truth is they went and stayed in Ethiopia for more than 400 years and they never went to Egypt. The Biblical Exodus was from Ethiopia NOT Egypt.
The Israelite are actually a small old Yemeni Arab tribe.
The Turkic Jews thought that operations like “Magic Carpet” in 1949 for Yemen, and “Moses”, “Joshua”, and “Solomon” in 1979-1990 for Ethiopia will erase the history of Hebrew Semite Israelite.
Turkic Jews consider any trace of Hebrew Semite Israelite history as a major security, political, and cultural threat.
Turkic Jews are keen to follow behind any Israelite traces and groups to eradicate any history wherever the Israelite went. Sudan, Somalia, and Libya could be added to the list.
It came to my attention a very informative book “Mission archéologique dans le Yemen (1872), by Joseph Halévy (15 December 1827, Adrianople – 21 January 1917, Paris). He was an Ottoman born Jewish-French Orientalist and traveler.”. It shows that Turkic Ottomans were surveying Yemen and Ethiopia to select a home for Turkic Jews.
Joseph Halévy was assisted by a Yemeni Israelite who also wrote a book about his experience with Joseph Halévy.
Archaeological missions to Yemen, namely the record of Hayim Habashoush, Hayim bin Yahya bin Salem al-Fataihi. His book is “Vision/Investigation of Yemen” 1311 AH -1893 AD, it was translated to Arabic by Samia Naim Sunbar.
MOSES IN THE YEMEN, Anatomy of a Discovery.
By: Michael S. Sanders, California, Monday, July 29, 2002, posted on Bible Mysteries (more…)
Jews Glorify Mass Murderer Yusuf Dhu Nuwas
Nehama C. Nahmoud is the author of several works on Oriental, Middle Eastern and Sephardic Jews. She lives in Jerusalem. She wrote an article on the Jewish World Review on January 1, 1998 / 3 Tevet, 5758, titled “When We Were Kings”.
The mentioned article glorifies Yusuf Dhu Nuwas (517-525 CE) calling him “Sheikh Yusuf Dhu Nuwas”.
The second part of article is short but very meaningful and for the record here is what it says:
[The most exciting and glorious period in the story of the Yemenites is set between the destruction of the Second Holy Temple and the coming-of-age of the founder of Islam, Muhammad (about 620 CE).
The Arabs in pre-Islamic days were out-and-out idol worshippers; but those who lived in the cities, of course, were in constant contact with the large Jewish populations there, and even the Bedouin tribes who lived in the desert were familiar with the “People of the Book.”
King Kaleb of Ethiopia (St. Elasbaan) Victorious Over Jewish Warlord Yusuf Dhu Nuwas (Dounias) of Yemen
Great Ethiopians (Habashah, Abyssinians): 1- Kaleb of Axum
King Kaleb (ruled circa 514-543) is perhaps the best-documented and best-known, King of Axum (situated in modern-day Eritrea and North Ethiopia).
Procopius of Caesarea calls him “Hellestheaeus”, a variant of his throne name Ella Atsbeha or Ella Asbeha (Histories, 1.20). Variants of his name are Hellesthaeus, Ellestheaeus, Eleshaah, Ella Atsbeha, Ellesboas, and Elesboam, all from the Greek Ελεσβόάς, for “The one who brought about the morning” or “The one who collected tribute.”
Procopius, John of Ephesus, and other contemporary historians recount Kaleb’s invasion of Yemen around 520, against the Jewish Himyarite king Yusuf Asar Yathar (also known as Dhu Nuwas), who massacred Christians in Yemen. After much fighting, Kaleb and his soldiers totally eliminated Yusuf and his forces and appoint Sumuafa’ Ashawa'(Smeaf’ Ashwa’ ( سميفع أشوع)), a native Christian leader of Dhi Yazan (named Esimphaios by Procopius), as his viceroy of Himyar.
As a result of his protection of the Christians, he is known as St. Elesbaan after the sixteenth-century Cardinal Cesare Baronio added him to his edition of the Roman Martyrology despite his being a miaphysite. However, the question of whether Miaphysitism—the actual christology of the Oriental Orthodox Churches (including the Coptic Orthodox Church)—was a heresy is a question which remains to this day, and other Oriental saints such as Isaac of Nineveh continue to be venerated by the Chalcedonian churches.
Axumite control of South Arabia continued until c.525 when Sumuafa’ Ashawa’ was deposed by Abraha (Abraha al-Ashram, أبرهة الأشرم, أبرهة الحبشي), who made himself king. While Abraha he was not Ethiopian Turko-Arabs still deliberately call him “(Abraha al- Habashi) the Ethiopian” just to accuse the Ethiopians of his criminal attempt to destroy The Holy Kaaba of Islam in Mecca. He ruled Yemen from 531 AD to 565 AD.
The history of what became the modern State of Israel could be viewed in two two-thousand years parts. The first period before the Ministry of Jesus Christ (Yeshua) and the second is from that year until today.
The first part of Israeli history is marked by four distinct periods. These periods are:
1. The Hebrew Israelite Yemeni Period (2006 to 1876 BC),
2. The Hebrew Israelite Ethiopian Period (1876 to 1446 BC),
3. The Hebrew Israelite Canaanite Period (1446 to 605 BC), and
4. The Jewish Turkic Persian Period (605 BC to 66 AD).
The second part of Israeli history is marked by four overlapping periods. These periods are:
1. The Turkic Jewish Roman Period (66 AD to today),
2. The Turkic Pagan-Jewish-Muslim Khazar Period (350 AD to 1783 AD),
3. The Turkic Jewish Germano-Sorbian-Pannonian Period (450 AD to today),
4. The Turkic Muslim Ottoman Empire and Turkish State (1299 AD to today)
5. The Hebrew Israelite Iberian Period (711 AD to today),
6. The Turkic Jewish American Period (1492 AD to today).
I started writing this article and it is getting lengthy. Therefore, I post this is as the first part.