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The Khazars, part 19 death (454) the wild immigration which he had arrested revived. The Khazars and the Sarogours (i.e., White Ogors, possibly the Barsileens of the Volga delta) were swept along in a flood of mixed Tartar peoples which the conquests of the Avars had set in motion. The Khazars and their companions broke through the Persian defences of the Caucasus (457). They appropriated the territory up to the Kur and the Aras, and roamed at large through Iberia, Georgia and Armenia. The Persian King implored the Emperor, Leo I., to help him defend Asia Minor at the Caucasus (457) but Rome was herself too hard pressed, nor was it for 50 years that the Khazars were driven back and the Pass of Der-bent fortified against them (507). Throughout the 6th century Khazaria was the mere highway for the wild hordes to whom the Huns had opened the passage into Europe, and the Khazars took refuge (like the Venetians from Attila) amongst the 70 mouths of the Volga. The conquering Turks followed in their footsteps (560-80). They beat down all opposition, wrested even Bosporus in the Crimea from the empire, and by the annihilation of the Ephthalites completed the ruin of the White Race of the plains from the Oxus to the Don. The empires of Turks and Avars, however, ran swiftly their barbaric course, and the Khazars rose out of the chaos to more than their ancient renown. They issued from the land of Barsilia, and extended their rule over the Bulgarian hordes left masterless by the Turks, compelling the more stubborn to migrate to the Danube (641). The agricultural Slays of the Dnieper and the -- PJ 41 -- pag. 55 Oka were reduced to tribute, and before the end of the 7th century the Khazars had annexed the Crimea, had won complete com- mand of the Sea of Azov, and seizing upon the narrow neck which separates the Volga from the Don, had organized the portage which has continued since an important link in the traffic between Asia and Europe. The alliance with Byzantium was revived. Simultaneously, and no doubt in concert, with the Byzantine campaign against Persia (589), the Khazars had reappeared in Armenia, though it was not till 625 that they appear as Khazars in the Byzantine annals. They are then described as "Turks from the East", a powerful nation which held the coasts of the Caspian and the Euxine, and took tribute of the Viatitsh, the Severians and the Polyane. The khakan, enticed by the promise of an imperial princess, furnished Heraclius with 40,000 men for his Persian war, who shared in the victory over Chosroes. Meanwhile the Muslim empire had arisen. The Persian empire was struck down (637), and till the decay of the Mohammedan empire, Khazaria, with all the other countries of the Caucasus, paid an annual tribute of children and of corn (737-861). Nevertheless, though overpowered in the end, the Khazars had protected the plains of Europe from the Mohammedans and made the Caucasus the limit of their conquests. In the interval between the decline of the Mohammedan empire and the rise of Russia, the Khazars reached the zenith of their power. The merchants of Byzantium, Armenia and Baghdad met in the markets of Itil (whither, since the raids of the Mohammedans, the capital had been transferred from Semender) and traded for the wax, furs, leather, and honey that came down from the Volga. So important was this traffic held at Constantinople that, when a portage from the Don was endangered by the irruption of a fresh horde of Turks (the Petchenegs), the emperor, Theophillus, himself despatched the materials and workmen to build for the Khazars a fortress impregnable to their forays (834). Famous as the one stone structure in that stone-less region, the post became known far and wide amongst the hordes of the steppe as Sar-kel or the WHITE ABODE. Merchants from every nation found protection and good faith in the Khazar cities. [H: ok, pay attention now!] The Jews, expelled from Constantinople, sought a home amongst them, developed the Khazar  trade, and contended with Mohammedans and Christians for the theological allegiance of the Pagan people. The dynasty accepted Judaism (c 740), but there was tolerance for all, and each man was held amenable to the authorized code, and to the official judges of his own faith. At the Byzantine court the khakan was held in high honour. The emperor, Justinian Rhinotmetus, took refuge with him during his exile and married his daughter (702). Justinian's rival, Vardanes, in turn sought an asylum in Khazaria, and in Leo IV (775) the grandson of a Khazar sovereign ascended the Byzantine throne. Khazar troops were amongst the bodyguard of the imperial court; they fought for Leo VI against Simeon of Bulgaria; and the khakan was honoured in diplomatic intercourse with the seal of three solidi, which marked him as a potentate of the first rank, above even the pope and the Carolingian monarchs. Indeed, his dominion became an object of uneasiness to the jealous statecraft of Byzantium, and Constantine Porphyrogenitus, writing for his son's instruction in the government, carefully enumerates the Alans, the Petchenegs, the Uzes, and the Bulgarians as the forces he must rely on to restrain it. It was, however, from a power that Constantine did not consider, that the overthrow of the Khazars came. The arrival of the Varagians [H: Remember, Varagians is one of the names attached to the Khazars.] amidst the scattered Slays (862) had united them into a nation. [H: Do you now begin to see WHY in Russia it was pronounced that the holocaust consisted of the exterminations of "Slavs" and not "Jews"? You see, the point is that the Zionists are the -- PJ 41 -- pag. 56 Khazars and hated for their evil ways all over the European continent as they absorbed into and usurped everything and nation they became integrated within. Believe me, chelas, this dissertation is absolutely as mild as they could possibly make it and yet, even so, it confirms the points I have given you. It is not to say "I told you so"; it is for the purpose in writing such whitewashed historical data which was unable to be totally erased, so that you will become more comfortable with the "hosts" as we come forth with the WORD. We do not come to scare, rattle bones, fear-monger and/or terrify you--we come only to awaken you to your circumstance before it is beyond the absolute point of NO RETURN.] The advance of the Petchenegs from the East gave the Russians their opportunity. Before the onset of those fierce invaders the precarious suzerainty of the khakan broke up. By calling in the Uzes, the Khazars did, indeed, dislodge the Petchenegs from the position they had seized in the heart of the kingdom, between the Volga and the Don, but only to drive them inwards to the Dnieper. The Hungarians, severed from their kindred and their rulers, migrated to the Carpathians, whilst Oleg, the Russ prince of Kiev, passed through the Slav tribes of the Knieper basin with the cry "Pay nothing to the Khazars" (884). The kingdom dwindled rapidly to its ancient limits between the Caucasus, the Volga, and the Don, whilst the Russian traders of Novgorod and Kiev supplanted the Khazars as the carriers between Constantinople (Istanbul) and the North. When Ibn Fadlan visited Khazaria 40 years later, Itil was even then a great city, with baths and market places and 30 mosques. But there was no domestic product or manufacture; the kingdom depended solely upon the now precarious transit dues, and administration was in the hands of a major domus also called khakan. [H: It has always been that these people support themselves at the expense and extortion of others just as they do this day in 1991.] At the assault of Swiatoslav of Kiev the rotten fabric crumbled into dust. His troops were equally at home on land and water. Sarkel, Itil, and Semender surrendered to him (965-969). He pushed his conquests to the Caucasus and established Russian colonies upon the Sea of Azov. The principality of Tmutarakan, founded by his grandson, Mstislav (988), replaced the kingdom of Khazaria, the last trace of which was extinguished by a joint expedition of Russians and Byzantines (1016). [H: It is so very important to recognize that these ones do not and did not "just vanish". They simply took up new names for selves which would deceive the "neighbors", changed the name of the government but not the practices thereof and under new "cover" continued in the same deceitful manner as they had for eons.] BIBLIOGRAPHY: KHAZAR: The letter of King Joseph to R Hasdal Ibn Shaprut, first published by J. Akrish, Kol Mebasser (1577), [H: From whence comes "Kol" in vows such as "Kol Nidre" and also just about a century later was when the term "Jew" was created to label these people.] and often reprinted in editions of Jehuda ha-Levi's Kuzari. German translations by Zedner (1840), and Cassel, Magyar, Alterth. (1848); French by Carmoly, Rev. Or. (1841). Arabic: The Account of Ibn Fadlan (921) is preserved by Yakut, ii. 436 seq. Frachn, "Veteres" Mem. de St. Pet. (1844); Dufremery, Journ. As. (1840); Russian: the Chronicle, ascribed to Nestor. Modern: Klaproth, "Mem. sur les Khazars", in Journ. As. Ist series, vol iii; ib, Tableau hist. de l'Asie (1823); ib, Tabl. hist. de Caucases (1827); memoirs on the Khazars by Harkavy: and by Howorth Congres. Intern des Orientalistes, vol ii; D'Ohson, Peuples du Caucase (1828); S. Drauss, "Zur Geschichte der Chazaren", in Revue orientale pour les etudes Ourals-altaiques (1900). END OF QUOTING Thank you "Canada". I certainly understand the request to keep your name and address unprinted for the Khazarians are the same as the Zionist Jews and speaking out about the deceit will only bring charges of anti-Semitism and "hate crime" against you if intercepted in the mail--and by the way, mail IS intercepted for this very purpose. You see, readers, in Canada to speak about "Jews" and "Zionists" is a "hate crime" felony offense. You are next, America! Dharma, I have another paper to write but I think we had better leave it until next edition so that this can be gotten into the proper hands hastily. Thank you. Please, all of you, stay alert for these few days right now are indeed treacherous. Thank you for responding promptly. It is difficult to see if verbal negotiations and capitulations will postpone actions or not. We will have to remain prepared for either event. Salu. Hatonn to stand-by. Please remain at ready, Dharma, for contact and receiving. Salu. -- PJ 41 -- pag. 57 --- STAR OF DAVID SYMBOL AND ISRAELI FLAG This also requires a bit of background history, which I realize bores you into stupor, but it IS necessary, even if you quickly forget it for all is relative to all. Let me start without backing up further than the twelfth century and I ask you to do research from the JOURNALS if you desire more historical facts. -- PJ 41 -- pag. 93 We will start with the group about that time which were referred to as "Kazarians" and the place, Kazaria. You will find that name readily referred to, especially in Italian historical documents. By this century the group of barbarians were pretty well quieted as to political power but the influence turned up everywhere and in the most unexpected places--this of these Khazar-Jewish influences. Their manpulation and influence continued to disrupt and suppress a large variety of people. Among these so-disrupted were ones called the "Seljuk", who may be regarded as the true founders of Muslim Turket. Towards the end of the tenth century, this other off-shoot of the Ghuzz had moved southwards into the vicinity of Bokhara, from where they were later to erupt into Byzantine Asia Minor and colonize it. They do not enter directly into this story, but they do so through a back- door, as it were, for the great Seljuk dynasty seems to have been intimately linked with the Khazars. This Khazar connection is reported by Bar Hebraeus (1226-86), one of the greatest among Syriac writers and scholars; as the name indicates, he was of Jewish origin, but converted to Christianity, and ordained a bishop at the age of twenty. Bar Hebraeus relates that Seljuk's father, Tukak, was a commander in the army of the Khazar Kagan, and that after his death, Seljuk himself, founder of the dynasty, was brought up at the Kagan's court. But he was an impetuous youth and took liberties with the Kagan, to which the Katoun--the queen--mightily objected (a real "oops" in fact); as a result Seljuk had to leave as he was banned from the court. You can find another contemporary source, Ibn-al-Adim (History of Aleppo), who also speaks of Seljuk's father as "one of the notables of the Khazar Turks", while a third, Ibn Hassul, reports that Seljuk, "struck the King of the Khazars with his sword and beat him with a mace which he had in his hand...." There was already present a most strong ambivalence of attitude of the Ghuzz towards the Khazars. This has been outlaid excellently by Ibn Fadlan's writings and experiences of first hand encounter. Thus there was an intimate relationship between the Khazars and the founders of the Seljuk dynasty, followed by a break. This was due to the Seljuks' conversion to Islam (while the other Ghuzz tribes, such as the Kumans, remained as they were). Nevertheless, the Khazar-Judaic influence prevailed for quite some time even after the break. Among the four sons of Seljuk, one was given the exclusively Jewish name of Israel; and one grandson was called Daud (DAVID). These names, friends, were given because of the great influence of the leading families of the Ghuzz of the dominant Khazars. The house of worship was a "synagogue". Jewish names were at that time becoming popular, for instance, the sons of a Kuman Prince Kobiak were called Isaac and Daniel. RUSSIAN CHRONICLE The Primary Russian Chronicle was compiled by monks; it is saturated with religious thought and long biblical excursions. But parallel with the ecclesiastical writings on which it is based, the Kiev period also produced a secular literature--the so-called bylina, heroic epics of folk-songs, mostly concerned with the deeds of great warriors and semi-legendary princes. The bylina were transmitted by oral tradition and were still chanted by peasants in remote villages of Northern Russia into -- PJ 41 -- pag. 94 the beginning of twentieth century--and secretly--to this moment. In striking contrast to the Russian Chronicle, these epics do not mention by name the Khazars or their country. Is this not strange? Not really, when you consider that this is the modus operandi of these adversaries to humanity and God. What did they do with them then? Ah ha!--instead, they were referred to as Jews and their place of abode--"country of the Jews". Moreover the inhabitants of the land of Jews were often referred to as "Jewish heroes" who ruled the steppes and fought the armies of the Russian princes. One such "hero" (not necessarily "good" hero but rather, in meaning, lead character), was a giant Jew, who came from the Zemlya Jidovskaya to the steppes of Tsetsar under Mount Sorochin, and only the braver of Vladimir's generals, Ilya Murometz, saved Vladimir's army from those Jews. There are several versions of this tale readily available for your perusal if you wish to investigate. The point to be remembered herein is that in the eyes of the Russian people the neighboring Khazaria in its final period by that name (like "Soviet Union") was simply the Jewish state, and its army was an army of Jews. Funny thing--the legends which circulated among Western Jews in the Middle Ages provides a most curious parallel to the Russian bylina. The popular Jewish legend does not remember a "Khazar" kingdom but rather, a kingdom of the "Red Jews". The Jews of other lands were most flattered by the existence of an independent Jewish state. Popular imagination found here a particularly fertile field. Just as the biblically minded Slavonic epics speak of "Jews" rather than "Khazars", so did Western Jews long after speak of those "Red Jews". so styled because of the slight Mongolian pigmentation of many of the Khazars. DAVID al-ROY SHIELD OF DAVID (SIX-POINTED STAR) The Khazars survived into modem times, and in fact, friends, so fascinated Disraeli that he used it as material for a historical romance: The Wondrous Tale of Alroy. Now here we come to the point a bit more closely: In the twelfth century there arose in Khazaria a Messianic movement, a rudimentary attempt at a Jewish crusade, aimed at the conquest of Palestine by force of arms. [Still with me?] The initiator of the movement was a Khazar Jew, one Solomon ben Duji (or Ruhi or Roy), aided by his son Menahem and a Palestinian scribe. They wrote letters to all the Jews, near and far, in all the lands around them... They said that the time had come in which God would gather Israel, His people from all lands, to Jerusalem, the holy city, and that Solomon Ben Duji WAS ELIJAH AND HIS SON THE MESSIAH. These appeals were addressed to the Jewish communities in the Middle East. Not too much happened at the time but about two decades later the young Menahem assumed the name DAVID AL-ROY, AND THE TITLE OF MESSIAH. THIS IS IMPORTANT: Though the movement originated in Khazaria, its center soon shifted to Kurdistan (ever heard of the Kurds?). Here David assembled a substantial armed force of local Jews, reinforced by Khazars--and succeeded in taking possession of the strategic fortress of Amadie, north-east of Mosul (surely -- PJ 41 -- pag. 95 you have heard of Mosul--like a LOT in the Gulf War?). The plan was to take this conquering army to Edessa, and fight his way through Syria into the Holy Land. The whole plan was a lot less quixotic than it may appear now, in view of the constant feuds between the various Muslim armies, and the gradual disintegration of the Crusader strongholds (the crusades were no better a movement). Also remember, wars are dandy ways to keep people busy and occupied with distractors. A lot of Muslim commanders welcomed the prospect of a Jewish crusade against the Christian Crusaders. You must realize that you people LOVE WAR AND DESPISE PEACE! Among the Jews of the Middle East, David certainly aroused fervent Messianic hopes. One of his messengers came to Baghdad and- -with excessive zeal--instructed its Jewish citizens to assemble on a certain night on their flat roofs. Remember that the Sheejewples lead very easily by the ring in the nose, put there by the Elite Elders of great wisdom. If you tell them they are persecuted, they will insist upon magnificent persecution and hoodwinking and form armies against the "offender" even if the offender be their saviors. Nothing has changed except the names--the Plan has never changed one iota. So assembled, there they awaited "rapture", whence they would be flown on clouds to the Messiah's camp. A goodly number of Jews spent that night on their roofs awaiting this miraculous flight into la-la land. But the stuff hit the fan and chaos ensued. The rabbinical hierarchy in Baghdad, fearing reprisals by the authorities, took a hostile attitude to the pseudo-Messiah and threatened him with a ban. I think you won't find it hard to believe that there followed an assassination of David al-Roy. His own father-in-law killed him while he slept--you see, he was bribed and a good Khazarian  will never refuse an adequate bribe under any circumstances. Through the act, however, David's memory was totally venerated and a new symbol was set in cement. When Benjamin of Tudela travelled through Persia twenty years after the event, the people still spoke lovingly of their leader. But it did not stop there--THE SIX- POINTED "SHIELD OF DAVID" WHICH ADORNS THE MODERN ISRAELI FLAG, BECAME A NATIONAL SYMBOL WITH DAVID al-ROY. Ever since, the six-cornered "shield of David", theretofore mainly only a decorative motif or a magical emblem, began its career toward becoming the chief national-religious symbol of Judaism. Long used interchangeably with the pentagram (the Satanic symbol) or the "Seal of Solomon", it was attributed to David in mystic and ethical German writings from the thirteenth century on, and appeared on the Jewish flag in Prague in 1527. By the way, the two stripes on that same Israeli flag represents the taking of all the lands between the Nile and Euphrates Rivers. -- PJ 41 -- pag. 96 ---  NEXT PAGE