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By Harrell Rhome, M.Div., Ph.D.
I bring an outstanding story in need of retelling in light of crucial
events on both the domestic and the world stage. It’s not that you
haven’t heard some of this before, especially if you use the Internet,
but you may not have seen it all encapsulated in one place.
Some readers may choose to disbelieve or possibly refute my
research. Not a problem. Our presentation is thoroughly predicated
on both traditional and recent historical works, scientific literature,
archaeological discoveries and Internet resources. So, say what you
will, but at least read it first. I intend my composition to be readable
and usable with easily verifiable information, something you might
talk about and share with others. What is more, you may also enjoy it
as a fascinating historical adventure saga featuring exotic people,
places and events.

Make the primary Khazarian connection. A significantly large
number of the folk called Jews are not Semitic in origin, and their
ancestors never set foot in old Palestine. For over a millennium, an
originally Asiatic tribe has had considerable, some say undue,
influence on the course of world affairs, perhaps more than any other
ethnic group. Who are they? Few, if any other cultures have
impacted the world through the ages like this people. Their real name
almost faded away along with their once mighty empire of Khazaria.
In contrast, the people called Khazars did not disappear at all. They
underwent a convenient identity change, creating a unique
designation for themselves. They became the “Jews of Eastern
Europe”, the so-called and self-styled Ashkenazim, adopting and
adapting a Semitic Hebrew heritage that was never really theirs. It
was under this new name that they entered Europe.
“Jews are the most intelligent people in the world, so if it benefits
them to change their names, they do so. That’s all there is to it. They
mix in your society which is plenty corrupt….” Harold Rosenthal Interview.

“The truth cannot be told without words, but lies can be told in
silence.” Anonymous.
Quite naturally, one of the first questions some readers ask is
why there are so few books on Khazarian culture and history? In
addition to being ignored and somewhat suppressed, there are
reasons of a more scholarly nature. Douglas M. Dunlop, whose study
preceded Arthur Koestler’s, was one of the first modern scholars to
directly address this little-known saga.
“A continuous account of the Khazars was in fact given by the
Cambridge historian J. B. Bury, in a chapter of his History of the
Eastern Roman Empire [London, 1912]. This may be taken as the best
account available, though there are others, besides a great number of
monographs on various aspects of the subject and incidental
references in modern books. The chief reason why we are not more
familiar with the Khazars appears to be neither the lack of intrinsic
interest presented by their story nor the absence of material, but
rather the difficulty of dealing with the existing sources — partly
because they are written in a variety of languages, Greek, Arabic,
Hebrew, Syriac, Armenian, Georgian, Russian, Persian, Turkish, and
even Chinese, with which no one can be expected to be conversant at
first hand; and partly because of the contradiction and obscurity of
the data thus afforded.” History Of The Jewish Khazars, p. x.
Dr. Koestler was a tragic character in some ways. Always a
premier figure in the mostly Judaic-led American Communist
movement, as did others, he ultimately grew ill at ease and
uncomfortable. While ignoring the Khazar Judaic origin hypothesis in
his 1199pp. 2008 volume, The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and its
Impact on World History, E. Michael Jones briefly describes the
curious and forlorn Communist activist author. Page 4
“Arthur Koestler, a Hungarian JewD described his defection and his
disillusionment in Darkness at Noon, one of the great political novels
of the twentieth century.”
“Koestler, who committed suicide after questioning the Semitic
origins of the Askenazi in The Thirteenth Tribe, had significant impact
on American Jews, who moved from the Communist Party.”
This term is our second Khazarian connection; a few points
must be made about the word, Jew. It was originally spelled and
pronounced very differently than today. The meaning was Judean,
i.e., someone from Judea, a small subsection of ancient Palestine. In
its beginning, this meant nothing necessarily religious. It was a
simple geographical designation, but things have changed. The
modern word is a “secondary usage”, and did not take on its current
meaning or pronunciation until the 1700s. Through this adaptation
and misusage, the Khazars took on the special mantle and alleged
heritage (in truth, mostly mythological anyway) of an ancient coalition
of Semitic tribes, sometimes called Habiru Sagaz (“raiders from
across the river”), Hebrews or Israelites. Israel means “chosen of El”
(one of several deities mentioned in Genesis), though some say its
roots come from Egypt, denoting Isis, Ra and El, the same place they
borrowed and adapted their Yahu/Yahweh ethnocentric deity.
Whatever the case may be, Israelite, like Judean, was used at one
time or another by several tribes who migrated around the area.
But wherever the alleged bloodline rights to any purportedly
“promised lands” may lead, they never lead to non-Semitic Khazaria.
Khazars are neither the “Chosen Ones” nor the “Children of Israel”
except in their own fantasies and desires! The real roots of the
ancient Semitic Middle Eastern tribes are quite hard to follow. In Page 5
practical and provable historical terms, there are no pure and distinct
bloodlines back to Old Testament times. How can we follow
bloodlines when we hardly know who some of those ancient folk
really were? One need not explore too far into ancient history to
realize how very little we actually know. Later in my composition,
we’ll address genetic studies and ancient origins in more detail.
“Historical sequences are convoluted at best. The players are
manifold and the events themselves become lost in the obscurity of
antiquity.” The Phoenix Journals.
Let me be clear. I don’t believe any of the three Semitic religions
are suitable for our Indo-European peoples. Martin Luther, bless his
heart, did his best to Aryanize the Catholic Christianity of his day.
And he did rather well, given the already Judaized scriptures he had
to work with. Original Christianity, which prominently included some
now “religiously incorrect” persons like Gnostics, Essenes and other
mystics, has mostly been lost in the detritus of eons and in the fires
of various Inquisitions, both Roman and Protestant. No matter what
some of you might like to think, Christianity — especially as it has
come down to us after the Roman usurpation of c.325 — is a Semitic
religion based on its predecessor faith, Talmudic Judaism. And, by
the way, those of you who have chosen Islam have your own unique
problems about real origins, but no time for that now.
Nonetheless, some parts of the vast compilation called the Bible
have motivating and far-reaching things to say. For those who follow
New Testament teachings, here is what Jesus said to the Talmudic
cult over twenty centuries ago. There is a theme here, one of lies and
deception. Modern “Judeo-Christians” (what an ultra misnomer!)
seem obsessed with prophecies of one kind or another, but can they
connect what is below with current events? Sadly, few seem willing Page 6
or able to do so, choosing to believe “Jesus was a Jew” and that
today’s Zionists are the “chosen people”. No, no, no. That is not
what your Bible says at all. There’s a lot more of what the one called
Jesus said if you bother to find it, but these verses should really be
enough. Make the connection!
“Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do.
He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth,
because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh
of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.”

“And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not.” John 8:44-45.
“I knowD the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are
not, but are the synagogue of Satan D which say they are Jews, and
are not, but do lieD. Revelation 2:9-10, 3:9.

Who is spoken in these verses? Who fits this profile? Is Jesus
talking about the Khazar faux Jews who entered Europe a thousand
years after he spoke? If so, we could say this young Palestinian
prophet, a revolutionary leading a resistance movement against the
Pharisaic cult and conspiracy that ultimately murdered him, provided
a prescient look ahead. While the Khazars are surely not the people
of the New Testament, having merely appropriated this supposed
heritage and mythos, they certainly match the Talmudists of
yesteryear in cunning and guile. For hundreds of years, the Khazar
Judaics have gravitated to and excelled in the teachings of the
Talmud. Unfortunately, a lot of today’s Christianity is little more than
an acceptable form of Judaism for the goyim. As in many cases, they
say it best themselves.
“Judaism is not only the teaching of the synagogue, but also the
doctrine of every ‘Christian Church’ in America. Through our
propaganda the Church has become our most avid supporter. This Page 7
has even given us a special place in society, their believing the lie
that we are the ‘Chosen People’ and they, ‘Gentiles’.” Harold Rosenthal Interview.
“History is always written generations after the event, when clouded
fact and memory have all fused into what can be accepted as truth,
whether it be so or not.” Theodore White.
Why is the authentic history of this obscure tribal group so
imperative? Not only is the USA, indeed almost every western
government, committed financially and militarily to defend the
unjustly established State of Israel, as we painfully see, almost every
Christian church in America promotes this Khazar Zionist nightmare
regime. The present-day reality of the Israeli ministate and its myriad
of problems take on an entirely different meaning when seen in
proper context. But first, we must lift the veil of obfuscation. When
the Khazarian connection is made, it truly begs the question of why
the American people support these patently false land claims from a
racial/tribal lineage that was never remotely from Palestine, or
anywhere else in the Mideast. This is the crucial importance of what
are otherwise just little known facts about an obscure ancient people.
As a result of media suppression and a dumbed-down
educational system even at the university level, few Americans make
the Khazarian connection. American Muslims know the truth through
their own news services such as Radio Islam, but most other
Americans, especially Christians, seem either to know nothing or
don’t care to know anything as it contradicts their religious beliefs.
Not only that, how is it that most of the people called Jews know or
understand very little of this tale? What force is powerful enough, not
so much to rewrite history, but to write around it, virtually erasing
significant traces or comments about the ferocious Khazar tribes, and
their early impact on the world? At its height, Khazaria consisted of a Page 8
territory in West Central Asia and Eastern Europe encompassing
around 1,000,000 square miles, located between the Black Sea and
the Caspian Sea (once called the Chasarian Sea), and northwest to
Kiev. Why the historical blackout? Who are they? What happened to
them? This is the subject of our paper.
“God cannot alter the past, but historians can.” Samuel Butler.
[The article continues following the visual presentation.]
Two maps show the Empire at the height of its power.

The Khazars were fierce and ferocious warriors. Both a well armed
and armored heavy cavalryman and foot soldier are shown. The
word, Hussar, for cavalryman, may have come from Khazar since the
Turkish word for Khazar is Hazar.
Here are the fundamental facts as set forth, not only by the
historians and books of the past, but by those in modern times. The
works of Arthur Koestler, Benjamin Freedman, D. M. Dunlop, Kevin
Brook, and more than a few others speak to these matters. We see
below what some present day Khazar descendants, called the Karay
Turks, say about the origin of the name. They too are Khazar convert
Jews, but they do not follow the Talmud. Not just that; the Karay are
very proud of their Turko-Asian heritage, and we’ll say more about
them later.
“Khazar is a Turkish word derived from the root, ‘kaz’, with the
meaning of ‘gez’ (wander). In Anatolian Turkish, the term ‘khazar’
means ‘gezer’ (wanderer), and coincides with the meaning of a nomad
who freely wanders around without any connection to one place.
Probably, this word took its final shape through an etymological
transformation in the forms of ‘gezer’, ‘gazar’, ‘kazar’ and ‘hazar’. The
word is ‘el-Hazar’ in Arabic, ‘Huzari’, ‘Kozar’ in Hebrew, ‘Gazari’,
‘Chazari’ in Latin, ‘Hazari’ in Georgian, ‘Huszar’ in Hungarian and ‘Kosa’, ‘ka-sat’ in Chinese.”
The Khazars, a migratory folk originating in eastern Asia and
close kinsmen of the Huns and Mongols, trekked westward. Prof.
Revilo Oliver tells us that in c.138, the Khazar tribes folk arrived in the
area between the Caspian and the Black Seas, near several great
rivers. There they established a tribal kingdom that grew in power
and influence. Page 12
“Their `heartland’ appears to have been the delta of the Volga, which
flows by many channels into the Caspian. Their most important
neighbors were the Alani, a Sarmatian people of Iranian (Aryan)
origin. Through this territory passed wave after wave of peoples
migrating westward from central Asia, Tatars, Bulgars, Slavs, and
many others, whom it would be tedious to enumerate. The Khazars
and their neighbors were conquered and subjugated by the Huns in
448 and by the Turks in 560, but recovered their independence and
around 600 established a stable monarchyD. The Khazars were
finally conquered by the tribes of southern Russia under the
command of Verangian (Scandinavian) rulers in 965D.” Dr. Revilo P. Oliver, The
For well over four hundred years they ruled over an immense and
lucrative empire south of the Russian territories, between the Black
Sea and the Chasarian/Caspian Sea, reaching as far northwest as
Kiev. In its day, the Khaghanate (kingdom, empire, khanate) was
larger and richer than any other country in Europe. Yes, Khazaria
(Khazaran; Khuzaran; Arabic al-Kazara, Kusari; Hebrew Kuzarim), like
later Russia, was both an Asian and a European nation. Their
location was of key geopolitical importance. Europe was on the west,
the Rus Verangians, descendents of the Vikings, on the north, all of
Asia and the Silk Road to the east (but, from whence came the
Mongols, their later downfall), plus Greek Christian Byzantium and the
newly ascendant Islamic Arabs to the south.
Khazaria was a powerful regional military and trade power. They
were commercial wizards of the first order, although those who had to
pay the tolls on their seas, rivers and overland trade routes might
rather have called them extortionists. Truth be known, the Khazars
lived almost solely off this revenue. They produced nothing for export
except Isinglass. Clothes, tools and virtually everything else came
from outside the country. Over time they created additional loot by
conquering, oppressing and extorting taxes from over twenty-five
nearby peaceful agricultural tribes. Khazaria produced very little. It
was an empire almost solely supported by trade-related revenues.
Of course, this mercantile mindset came with them into Europe, but it
began much before that. Page 13

Khazars were heavily involved in all kinds of international barter,
including the slave trade (hence, the sex trade as well, as they are
today). They were one of the better-known procurers and suppliers of
Slavs, a people so exploited in this fashion that their very name came
to mean slave. The Rus routinely sold Slav captives to the Khazars.
This continued in their later migrations and machinations. In the
sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries, Khazar descendents, along with
Sephardic co-religionists, are the dominant players in shipping the
black slaves from Africa to the Americas. In his History of the Jews,
Solomon Grayzel clearly lays this out.
“One type of business carried on in the early Middle Ages by the Jews
of Europe, namely the slave trade, requires a special word of
explanation. The Jews were among the most important slave-dealers.
As inhabitants of western Germany pushed their way deeper and
deeper into Central Europe, driving the Slavic inhabitants farther
eastward and taking away their land, they brought back captives
whom they sold to Jewish traders. The Jews, in turn, transported
these slaves to other lands to be sold to Christian and Mohammedan
Surprisingly, he goes on to defend the Jewish slave trade as a
“legitimate” and “necessary business then”. I wonder what black
Americans think of this “historical revisionism”?
Another trade learned as Khazars and continued as Jews was
that of the furrier. Marten, Sable and other fine furs (in addition to
many other valuable products) came down the Volga via the Bulgars,
and goods flowed all the way from Novgorod via the Dnieper, not to
mention other centers via the Don and several more major waterways.
Some main commodities were furs, hides, honey, flax, tar, cloth,
grains, gold, silver, jewels and silks. The Khazars made almost no Page 14
cloth or clothes, getting them all through the mercantile networks.
Old descriptions of Khazar clothing sound something like the Hasidim
and others, featuring fur hats and long coats. Trade in many of these
items continued to be dominated by the Khazars even after they
migrated into Europe. For example, the fur business is often a Judaic
enterprise even today. Of course, the dominant international diamond
and jewel traders (thus, involved with “blood diamonds”) are the
Khazar Hasidic Jews. While dominant in more than a few industries
today, back in Khazaria and later in Europe, they were the chief
players, sometimes the only players, in enterprises such as brewing
and later, distilling. The early pioneers in these enterprises were
“In the ‘dark age,’ the commerce of Western Europe was largely in
Jewish hands, not excluding the slave trade, and in the Carolingian
cartularies Jew and Merchant are used as almost interchangeable
terms.” Dr. Cecil Roth, World History Of The Jewish People.
Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam were lambasted and
cruelly criticized by the Zionist dominated media for daring to publish,
with heavy documentation, the history of Jews and the African slave
trade. The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews (by an
anonymous writer or group of writers) is quite well researched and
very difficult to refute. The Sephardic Jews were among the earliest
sea traders, sailors, shippers and ship owners, as were their Semitic
cousins, the Phoenicians. With co-religionists in almost every port in
the world, they got the goods reliably delivered when international
shipping was an extremely risky business, and before the modern
insurance industry began. Their involvement in the profitable human
cargo trade was a natural development of their extensive trade and
shipping connections. Today, it is the lucrative and despicable sex
slave trade that holds their interest. Make the connection. Some of
their main families, as well as other Illuminati bloodlines, consisted of
slavers, war profiteers and exploiters, then as now. Page 15
Before moving on, we say a few words about the Khazar
monarchy. Its ruler was the Khaghan, an emperor or high king
(related to Khan, also rendered as khakhan, khaqan, etc.). He was a
ceremonial figure of sorts, and a spiritual leader as well. Curiously,
this old Khazar title may still be with us in the Judaic name, Kagan.
The Khaghan was head of state, but not head of government. Another
important character was the Begh, a Shogun-like grand vizier
generalissimo figure. This is a curious job. As would a Prime
Minister, along with a council of ministers, the Begh conducted
everyday business, yet was also the military commander-in-chief. But
at other times, he seems more like a co-monarch, sometimes styled
as the Khaghan Begh. Of course, this “begs” the question and makes
the relationship even harder to fathom. In Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
and other places, the old title is still used for some tribal leaders.
Koestler tells us more.
“All this does not explain the startling division of divine and secular
power, apparently unique in that period and region. As Bury wrote:
‘We have no information at what time the active authority of the
Chagan was exchanged for his divine nullity, or why he was exalted to
a position resembling that of the Emperor of Japan, in which his
existence, and not his government, was considered essential to the
prosperity of the State.’ A speculative answer to this question has
recently been proposed by Artamonov. He suggests that the
acceptance of Judaism as the state religion was the result of a coup
d’état, which at the same time reduced the Kagan, descendant of a
pagan dynasty whose allegiance to Mosaic Law could not really be
trusted, to a mere figurehead. This is a hypothesis as good as any
other – and with as little evidence to support it. Yet it seems probable
that the two events – the adoption of Judaism and the establishment
of the double kingship – were somehow connected. Before the Page 16
conversion the Kagan was still reported to play an active role – as, for
instance, in his dealings with Justinian. To complicate matters
further, the Arab sources sometimes refer to the ‘Kagan’ when they
clearly mean the ‘Bek’ (as ‘kagan’ was the generic term for ‘ruler’
among many tribes), and they also use different names for the
In some ways, the supreme monarch’s role seems ceremonial
and minimal, but this is not consistent, and may have varied,
depending on the personality and goals of those who came to the
throne. As we shall see, some played the dominant role in diplomatic
affairs. We also know that the Khaghan made a required ceremonial
appearance before the people every four months, but the record is
vague about other functions. When he appeared before the people,
did he grant audiences? Did he make proclamations? Alas, we do
not know. We might assume he had some sort of veto power if the
Begh failed in his tasks. This curious relationship was not always
consistent. The Begh was the supreme military leader, but some
Khaghans were known to take the field at the head of their troops.
Other than the curious “co-rulers”, Khazaria was, more or less, a
traditional monarchy. It also had a shamanistic priesthood, a warrior
caste (probably the Begh came from this class) and an aristocracy
(the “White Khazars” or Aq Khazars), but we know little more.
As the Khaghan was also a spiritual leader, some strange rituals
grew up around him and his role. Arthur Koestler tells the tale.
“There is no evidence of the Khazars engaging in religious
persecution, either before or after the conversion to Judaism. In this
respect they may be called more tolerant and enlightened than the
East Roman Empire or Islam in its early stages. On the other hand,
they seem to have preserved some barbaric rituals from their tribal
past. We have heard Ibn Fadlan on the killings of the royal Page 17
gravediggers. He also has something to say about another archaic
custom regicide: ‘The period of the king’s rule is forty years. If he
exceeds this time by a single day, his subjects and attendants kill
him, saying ‘His reasoning is already dimmed, and his insight
“…Istakhri has a different version of it: When they wish to enthrone
this Kagan, they put a silken cord round his neck and tighten it until
he begins to choke. Then they ask him: ‘How long doest thou intend
to rule?’ If he does not die before that year, he is killed when he
reaches it.”

“Bury is doubtful whether to believe this kind of Arab traveller’s lore,
and one would indeed be inclined to dismiss it, if ritual regicide had
not been such a widespread phenomenon among primitive (and notso-primitive) people. Frazer laid great emphasis on the connection
between the concept of the King’s divinity, and the sacred obligation
to kill him after a fixed period, or when his vitality is on the wane, so
that the divine power may find a more youthful and vigorous
incarnation. [Sir James Frazer wrote a special treatise on these lines
on “The Killing of the Khazar Kings” (Folklore, XXVIII, 1917).] It
speaks in Istakhri’s favour that the bizarre ceremony of ‘choking’ the
future King has been reported in existence apparently not so long ago
among another people, the Kok-Turks. Zeki Validi quotes a French
anthropologist, St Julien, writing in 1864.”

“When the new Chief has been elected, his officers and attendants …
make him mount his horse. They tighten a ribbon of silk round his
neck, without quite strangling him; then they loosen the ribbon and
ask him with great insistence: “For how many years canst thou be our
Khan?” The king, in his troubled mind, being unable to name a figure,
his subjects decide, on the strength of the words that have escaped
him, whether his rule will be long or brief.”

“We do not know whether the Khazar rite of slaying the King (if it ever
existed) fell into abeyance when they adopted Judaism, in which case
the Arab writers were confusing past with present practices as they
did all the time, compiling earlier travellers’ reports, and attributing
them to contemporaries. However that may be, the point to be Page 18
retained, and which seems beyond dispute, is the divine role
attributed to the Kagan, regardless whether or not it implied his
ultimate sacrifice. We have heard before that he was venerated, but
virtually kept in seclusion, cut off from the people, until he was buried
with enormous ceremony. The affairs of state, including leadership of
the army, were managed by the Bek (sometimes also called the Kagan
Bek), who wielded all effective power.”
As previously observed, this is all a bit frustrating due to its
inconsistency. Some Khaghans not only led their troops, but
presided over sensitive diplomatic negotiations and treaties as well.
The Khazar king was also a spiritual leader, so we examine this
dimension next.

“The Chasars professed a course religion, which was combined with
sensuality and lewdness.” Heinrich Graetz, History Of The Jews, 1892.
Like kindred tribes, their old religion was primitive shamanism
sometimes even involving human sacrifice. But, change was in the
air. History records that in the middle of the Eighth Century (c.740),
the Khaghan, along with the Begh, their ministers and close advisors,
made a carefully calculated geopolitical decision about a state
religion. This had become a sticking point in foreign affairs. While
fighting Muslims in crucial battles at certain times, the Khazars also
had many of the Islamic faith, not only within their borders, but as
mercenaries in their multicultural army. Bulan may have made a halfhearted conversion from shamanism to Islam (c.737), making the
religious situation even more confusing. Apparently, if it happened at
all, it was largely symbolic, involving only the Khagan, who was said
to have quarreled with the Imams about the strict dietary rules.
“At first sight, the statements that the Khaghan became a
Muslim in A.D. 737 and Judaized three years later are, to say the least,
remarkable.” Dunlop, p. 86.Page 19
There was apparently an ongoing Christian presence. Certainly
they must have interacted with Christian merchants and maybe
missionaries and other travelers on their trade routes. An Armenian
bishop was said to have preached in the area around 682. While he
likely converted a few, there is no record of a diocese being
established or priests coming to start mission churches. However,
this was right between two Khazar-Arab wars, so the timing was not
all that good. As to how deep the Christian roots were planted is a
wide-open question. But, apparently, some did get baptized, and
there are ongoing references to at least a number of Christian
“The Khazars evidently had the qualities of a Jack-in-the-Box, derived
from their Turkish origin, or Mosaic faith, or both. Cedrenus [the
chronicler] also says the name of [a] defeated Khazar leader was
Georgius Tzul. Georgius is a Christian name; we know from an earlier
report that there were Christians as well as Muslims in the Khaghan’s
army”. Koestler, pp. 129-130.
Europe owes an unacknowledged debt to Khazaria. They
repelled two massive Muslim jihads from the powerful and aggressive
Abbasid Caliphate, which in due course would have continued into
Europe. The first Khazar-Arab war lasted from 642 until 653; the
second from 732 to 737. So as we see, the Judaic conversion came in
a time of war and upheaval as Khazaria was surely and certainly beset
by the Muslims. Turning Christian was out of the question. Not only
would this have put them in a compromising position with both the
Vatican and Byzantium, but more importantly, would have insulted the
Muslims. What were they to do?
Bulan, the Begh and their ministers set out to remedy the
situation. While some writers say it never really happened, they
reportedly brought in Greek philosophers, Christian Bishops and Page 20
evangelists, Islamic Faqihs and Mullahs, and rabbis from Babylon for
debates and dissertations about their respective faiths. Whatever the
facts may be, the decision was already made. Indeed, we must opine
that Judaism did not just suddenly appear right before the great
debate. According to several sources, a rabbi was already resident at
the Khaghan’s court. This may reflect an earlier date (c.721), for the
beginning of Judaic influence at the top levels of power. This was
through oriental Jews, from already existing communities like those
in Persia, Baghdad and Byzantium. While the decision to convert was
behind the scenes, for the sake of appearances, the other religions
were brought in for the famous theological dispute. So, after an
appropriate deliberation period, the Khaghan, and thus his nation,
converted to Pharisaic Talmudism. Rabbis were imported for the
appropriate rites. Hundreds, maybe thousands of the pagan shamans
and members of the elite classes were mass ordained (some then,
some later) as Cohens (priestly caste) or as Levites (priestly subcaste). It is to be expected that some of the rabbis, as well as other
oriental Judaics and their families, stayed on to nurture the faith,
training lay teachers and rabbis from among the Khazars. And, of
course, they must have intermarried.
While this could mean that a drop or two of semi-Semitic blood
entered the gene pool, it was minimal. Moreover, oriental Judaic
Sephardic bloodlines were already mixed and mottled, e.g., with
Canaanites, Edomites, Idumeans and a host of other regional tribes
from there to Egypt and up and down the Arabian Peninsula.
Essentially, the Sephardim are Arab Jews or Judaized Arabs,
whichever you prefer. While neither ethnic group really wants to hear
about it, Jews and Arabs are intermixed. Did you know that Yemen,
like old Khazaria, once had a monarch and upper classes that
converted? Beginning c.390, it became a Judaic kingdom for a time,
called Himayar. Like in other parts of ancient Arabia, there were
already Judaic tribes of one kind or another living there. Some of Page 21
Muhammad’s early jihads were against Arab Jews since most of them
refused to follow the new prophet. But, I digress.
Like any state-decreed conversion, the coming of the Talmudic
religion began with the upper classes. It took time for the faith to
spread among the common people. While it eventually did grow and
flourish, in the beginning it was still in a multicultural milieu. For
example, in a stance befitting its status at an international trade
crossroads, and since mercenaries of many religions served in the
Khazar military, a tolerance for Christianity and Islam continued.
Perhaps the folk in more remote locations continued on with their
shamanism, or as is done with most new religions, blended and
incorporated the old beliefs with the new.
Arthur Koestler tells us a bit about the beginning of the decline
of the empire in the mid to late 900s. But their new religion did not
declined at all. By that time, their Judaism was well entrenched.
Even when the Kievan Rus were asserting their own sovereignty, and
just before they stopped paying tribute to the Khaghan, the Khazar
Judaics tried to prevent this by religiously recruiting the ruler. As
history shows, this sometimes does the trick, but in the case of the
Kievan Rus, it did not come to be.
“The first non-Arab mention of Khazaria after the fatal year 965
seems to occur in a travel report by Ibrahim Ibn Jakub, the SpanishJewish ambassador to Otto the Great, who, writing probably in 973,
describes the Khazars as still flourishing during his time. Next in
chronological order is the account of the Russian Chronicle of Jews
from Khazaria arriving in Kiev AD986 in their misfired attempt to
convert Vladimir to their faith.” Koestler.
As we see, while Kiev was essentially treated as a fiefdom from which
to extort tribute, many Khazars settled and lived there. Indeed, they
were there before the coming of the Rus. And even after the decline Page 22
of their empire, there was still a significant presence. Kiev was
commonly called the “City of the Jews”.
We must note some discrepancies in dating events about the
Khazars of old, especially about the great Conversion. The following
examples are from a dateline found at It
dates the larger conversion as late as 799-809, but says Bulan himself
converted to Judaism in 730. To make matters even more confusing,
as we know, there are other sources saying he was forced to convert
to Islam in 737 to stay in power! Truth be known, he may have done
both, but if it happened, the Islamic conversion probably involved
only the ruler. Judaics are said to have come to Khazaria as early as
723. The overall conversion of a nation the size of Khazaria would
take some time, but the growth or Judaism was steady and persistent.
As with any new faith, the beginning stages were rudimentary. It
required its infancy and growth periods before becoming
predominant. As we see with the attempt to Judaize the Kievan Rus,
they used their religion for political machinations, another Khazarian
connection. They use the same protocols of power then as now;
religion is merely a tool. Not to belabor the point since we discuss it
later, but Zionism uses and misuses Judaism in its quest for
domination in our present day. Judaism was at first adopted simply
as a geopolitical survival tactic when Khazaria was in a difficult
dilemma. It was a practical decision; spirituality had nothing to do
with it. Historian J. B. Bury concurs.
“There can be no question that the ruler was actuated by political
motives in adopting Judaism. To embrace Mohammadanism would
have made him the spiritual dependent of the Caliphs, who attempted Page 23
to press their faith on the Khazars, and in Christianity lay the danger
of his becoming an ecclesiastical vassal of the Roman Empire.
Judaism was a reputable religion with sacred books which both
Christian and Mohammadan respected; it elevated him above the
heathen barbarians, and secured him against the interference of
Caliph or Emperor.”

To begin planting the Talmudic creed, many Khazars, again
beginning with the upper classes, took Biblically-sounding Judaic
names. Bulan, whose name meant Elk in Old Turkic, changed his
name to Sabriel. All later Khaghans took Judaic monikers.

“The extent of the conversion is debated. Ibn al-Faqih reported in the
tenth century that ‘all the Khazars are Jews.’ Notwithstanding this
statement, some scholars believe that only the upper classes
converted to Judaism; there is some support for this in contemporary
Muslim texts. However, recent archeological excavations have
uncovered widespread shifts in burial practices. Around the mid-800s
burials in Khazaria began to take on a decidedly Jewish flavor. Grave
goods disappeared almost altogether. Judging by interment evidence,
by 950 Judaism had become widespread among all classes of Khazar
society.” Wikipedia.
Khazaria also adopted the Hebrew script, so by this time they
corresponded with the Sephardim and other oriental Judaics already
established in the west and in the lands around the Mediterranean.
Joseph was the name of the Khaghan at the time of the Khazar
Correspondence, in which he is called King Joseph. This was an
exchange of letters in the mid 900s to Judaics in the Caliphate of
Cordoba. It is one of the only extant documents penned by a Khazar,
thus is an important part of the few secondary sources on their
history. By this time, Khazaria was known as the mysterious Asian
Kingdom of the Jews. The conversion 200 years prior was in full Page 24
flower, and the Turko-Khazars were fast becoming known as the Jews
of the East.
As said, spirituality had little to do with their Judaizing,
especially in the beginning. But while this decision was perhaps
entered into a bit half-heartedly, like Bulan’s earlier symbolic
conversion to Islam, it later proved to be momentous in world history.
In spite of its later massive impact, the conversion was not really so
unique back in the day. Other Central Asian tribes in need of a
functional alphabet and written language also adopted Hebrew, and
may have undergone some kind of symbolic rites, but not to this
extent. So we must remember that while somewhat remarkable, the
conversion had little actual effect on Judaism or world events until
after c.1000. Other non-Semitic tribes, like the Turkic cousins of the
Khazars, the Karay Turks, also converted to Judaism, but none of
them ever impacted world history and culture more than the converts
of the mid 700s. Yet, as we know, all Judaic folk are of mixed
bloodlines, many having absolutely nothing to do with either the
Mideast or old Judea.

“Also, the Khazars were only one recent tribe among many that
converted. There were also the Falasha of Abyssinia, who are black;
the Chinese Jews of Kai-Feng, who look Chinese; the dark olive
Yemenite Jews; and the Jewish Berber tribes of the Sahara, who look
like Tuaregs. Who is Jewish? Who is not?” Paul Wexler.
To Judaics in the west centuries ago, the supposedly nowkosher Khazars were little more than a distant and exotic rumor,
similar to the old Christian tales of Prester John. But they were proud
of the magnificent “Jewish Kingdom in Asia”. Eventually, the impact
of the westward migration of the Khazar converts would reach them,
but not quite yet.
[The article continues following the visual presentation.] Page 25
A fallen Khazar warrior is shown with the hexagon Star of David on his shield. A heavily armed
and armored cavalryman and foot soldier are shown. The bust is of a warrior c.800, right after the
conversion. Note Mongoloid facial physiognomy and slanted eyes. Other illustrations show
warriors with a lighter complexion, probably one of the so-called “White Khazars”.

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Until my research had advanced some, I believed that Judaism
was an exclusivist supremacist religion, spurning and discouraging
converts. I was right about the first part, but not about the second.
They don’t make it easy, but neither do they make it impossible.
While the Talmud says even the best of the goyim should be killed, in
certain instances, this is totally set aside! As for gentile conversions,
only the best, and the most persistent, among the goyim can enter (at
least the outer) realms of the divinely chosen ones. This has had two
results. Of course, the persistent and diligent convert is always the
most desirable one, so only the best and the most useful are
recruited. But whatever the actual numbers may be, over the
centuries, these various conversions have had a sure and steady
effect on Judaic bloodlines. Page 27
Dr. Shlomo Sand is a distinguished Professor of European
History at Tel Aviv University, and author of the surprisingly
bestselling politically and religiously incorrect book, When And How
Was The Jewish People Invented?, now translated into several
languages. The material below comes from a review and commentary
by journalist Jonathan Cook. It contains quotations from the book
and discusses the overall implications of Sand’s hypothesis.
Obviously, the largest and most important Judaic conversion was that
of Khazaria.
[Begin quoting.] So if there was no exile, how is it that so many Jews ended
up scattered around the globe before the modern state of Israel began
encouraging them to “return”? Dr. Sand said that, in the centuries
immediately preceding and following the Christian era, Judaism was a
proselytizing religion, desperate for converts. “This is mentioned in
the Roman literature of the time.”

Jews traveled to other regions seeking converts, particularly in
Yemen [which for a time became the Jewish Kingdom of Himayar] and
among the Berber tribes of North Africa [from where they and the
Sephardics went to Spain, Portugal, and ultimately migrating into the
rest of Europe and the Americas].
Centuries later, the people of the Khazar kingdom in what is today
south Russia, would convert en masse to Judaism, becoming the
genesis of the Ashkenazi Jews of central and Eastern Europe.

Dr. Sand pointed to the strange state of denial in which most Israelis
live, noting that papers offered extensive coverage recently to the
discovery of the capital of the Khazar kingdom next to the Caspian
Sea. Ynet, the website of Israel’s most popular newspaper, Yedioth
Ahronoth, headlined the story: “Russian archaeologists find long-lost
Jewish capital.” And yet none of the papers, he added, had
considered the significance of this find to standard accounts of
Jewish history.
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One further question is prompted by Dr. Sand’s account, as he
himself notes: if most Jews never left the Holy Land, what became of

“It is not taught in Israeli schools but most of the early Zionist
leaders, including David Ben Gurion [Israel’s first prime minister],
believed that the Palestinians were the descendants of the area’s
original Jews. They believed the Jews had later converted to Islam.”

Dr. Sand attributed his colleagues’ reticence to engage with him to an
implicit acknowledgement by many that the whole edifice of “Jewish
history” taught at Israeli universities is built like a house of cards.

The problem with the teaching of history in Israel, Dr. Sand said,
dates to a decision in the 1930s to separate history into two
disciplines: general history and Jewish history. Jewish history was
assumed to need its own field of study because Jewish experience
was considered unique.
“There’s no Jewish department of politics or sociology at the
universities. Only history is taught in this way, and it has allowed
specialists in Jewish history to live in a very insular and conservative
world where they are not touched by modern developments in
historical research.” [End quoting.]
The Khazars were at the nexus of several crucial trade routes.
They extorted a ten percent tithe of everything passing through their
realm, plus other charges. This included heavily used shipping
routes, not only on the Black and Caspian Seas, but on key rivers like
the Volga, Dnieper, Don and Ural. This strategic location filled their
coffers with gold and silver, but also placed them in a difficult and
precarious political position. The empire was vast, making for
porous, difficult to defend borders. While they effectively kept the
Byzantines at bay through guile and intrigue, they were not so Page 29
fortunate on other fronts. The fervently Islamic Arabs from the large
and militarily powerful Abbasid Caliphate to the south grew more and
more restless and menacing, regularly encroaching. Khazaria fought
two major wars and repelled them, but ultimately, the greatest threat
came from the northwest.
By the mid 900s, the Rus Verangians, a tribe from Viking stock,
were pushing hard. Khazarian troops, by now mostly conscripts and
mercenaries, were no match for the motivated and fearsome Rus. By
985, the new Dukedom of Kiev had effectively defeated the Khazars in
their own environs, seizing the northwestern portions for themselves.
After that, Khazaria began to politically disintegrate, but slowly.
As our map shows, Khazaria was beset from many sides. Page 30
Both the Rus and the Arabs were vicious foes, rightfully feared
by the ordinary Khazar people. They were plagued on multiple fronts.
What do people do in such situations? They often move away,
becoming émigrés seeking a new home. But, where to go? As we
know, a number of them stayed around Kiev and more went there
later, but the way north for more than a few was out of the picture.
The Rus would never allow this. After all, it was only a few years
earlier that they managed to overthrow Khazar suzerainty.
A few may have turned east, toward their old homelands, with
kindred Turkic language groups and tribes. But the road east was Page 31
long and perilous, and their cousins among the Central Asian nations
remembered Khazar extortion, cruelty and warlike ways. In earlier
times, many paid heavy tribute on top of the tithe taken from all trade,
and would resent their former oppressors coming their way. Not only
that, in the 1200s the Mongols would come from the east in a massive
migration-invasion wave, eventually overcoming Khazaria and the
neighboring lands.
Oriental Judaics and some Khazars already lived in
Constantinople, so a few wealthier and more business-adept ones
may have gone south, but the Christian Byzantines would have
resisted a massive influx. And, anywhere else in the south was out of
the question at that time. The militant Arabs would either annihilate
or assimilate them, treating them essentially as pagans, that is, those
who must accept Islam or face the jihad. But, some did settle in
Byzantium. Over the years, Khazaria maintained a full embassy in
Constantinople. International intrigue and intermarriage of the ruling
family with a Khazar princess named Tzitzac made their influence, a
Khazarian connection, difficult to conceal. Tzitzac was baptized as
Eirene. This union resulted in her son, “Leo, the Khazar”, becoming
emperor in 775.
As time went on, Khazaria’s borders shrank and she was no
longer a major player, but fighting hard to keep the frontiers from
shrinking further. Over a period of time during the decline of their
nation, especially when various powers threatened them, more and
more Khazars sought safety. For them, there was only one safe and
secure direction to go – west and northwest, into Europe.
“Two basic facts emerge from our survey: the disappearance of the
Khazar nation from its historic habitat, and the simultaneous
appearance in the adjacent regions to the north-west of the greatest
concentration of Jews since the beginning of the Diaspora.” Koestler. Page 32
“[Here is] …a new approach, both to the problem of relations between
the Khazar Jewry and other Jewish communities, and to the question
of how far we can go in regarding this Khazar Jewry as the nucleus of
the large Jewish settlements of Eastern Europe… The descendents of
this settlement — those who stayed where they were, those who
emigrated to the United States and to other countries, and those who
went to Israel — constitute now the large majority of world Jewry.” Poliak.
“But one must certainly not any longer speak of our Jews of today as
pure Semites; they have taken up all manner of foreign national
elements; and it is truly remarkable to what a complex extent they
have assimilated the same. One is entitled to ask whether the
Talmudic spirit alone has rendered this complete adaptation possible,
or whether a few drops of Jewish blood have sufficed to give an
unvarying stamp of expression – at least mentally – to the entire
“Externally, the Jews of today present marked differences in their
appearance; Negroid and Turanian (Mongolian) types can be
discerned amongst them as well as Semitic. Even amongst the
Hebrews who hail from Russia, Poland one not infrequently comes
across blond and watery-eyed examples. It is practically certain that
the people, who were formerly called the Chasaren [Khazars], and
who are regarded as belonging to a Turko-Finnish stock, and who,
about 800 years after Christ, formed a separate empire in what is now
South Russia, went over to Jewdom and were completely absorbed.
The Jews themselves are conscious of this distinction, for the
western Jews who have come across Spain call themselves
‘Sephardim’ (if baptized, Marranen) [Marranos], and have North
African blood in their veins [see more about this later on], describe
the eastern Jews as ‘Aschkenazim’, and look down on the latter with a
certain amount of contempt.” Page 33
“In spite of this, the Talmudic Law embraces them all, and the
Rabbinical despotism welds them into a closed caste, absolutely
united in its hostility to all non-Jewish peoples.”
F. Roderich-Stoltheim, The Riddle of the Jew’s Success (Leipzig: Hammer Verlag, 1927; Michael Santomauro, 2005), pp.
This illustrative material from the fascinating and revealing Riddle>
book shows that Germanic scholars of the early 20
century, while
they did not write a lot about it, knew that ancient Khazaria was the
source of much of European Jewry.
Before moving on to the mass migration, here is another
interesting little-known story about some present-day descendants
for whom the nation still exists.
Not according to the Karay people, a community of ethnic
Turkic-speaking adherents of Karaite (non-Talmudic) Judaism, once
centered in the Crimea, which as you know was at the heart of old
Khazaria. Today, they live in Turkey, Britain, Lithuania (another
nation with an honorable Karaite presence in their history), other
parts of Europe, Israel, the USA and elsewhere. Their rituals and
folkways are quite authentic, going back to ancient times. Some
researchers date them from the 800’s, right after the conversion a half
century or so before. The Karay Crimean Turko-Khazars clearly
assert that they are rightful heirs with a direct bloodline connection to
the traditions of ancient Khazaria. While they still have a strong
ethnic folk identity, their old Turkic dialect is dying out, though efforts
to preserve it are underway.
Their religion and their presence in the world attest to the
beguiling story of the old Khazarian Judaic kingdom. This is yet
another people, like the Kurds, who were left off the maps when the Page 34
European colonialist regimes redrew them. While there is no time to
narrate more of it here, this is a stirring story about an honorable nonTalmudic Khazar people preserving their heritage and birthright.
Naturally, not only do the maps omit them, so do most so-called
history books. Talking too much about the Karay might lead to more
controversial topics, which are assiduously avoided by the court
historians who are well rewarded for their compliance and
The images below show Karay tribesmen from past and modern
times, today’s official Khazarian flag and Seraya Shapsal (1873-1961),
their highly venerated spiritual and political leader. Our presentation
continues following the Karay photo display. Page 35

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Prince Sviatoslav of Kiev is shown trampling down a Khazar warrior.
Europe had small pre-existing Judaic communities with whom
the Khazars could ally, sometimes later to absorb and replace. They
moved west, not as Khazars, but using a name they had adopted and
helped coin, calling themselves “Jews”. They first nestled in with the
small Hebraic communities they found, becoming the Ashkenazim
(more on this later), the “Jews of the East.” While some think about
ghettos when they think of European Jewry, the truly exclusive Judaic
settlement is not the ghetto, which was imposed upon them by
Christians, but the Khazar Jewish Shetl. This closed, segregated
institution’s purpose was to allow Talmudic Jews to remain pure,
living apart from the defiling goyim. A Shetl in today’s perfectly
politically correct terms, is a racist, ethnocentric self-contained
community, barring all outsiders/goyim and their polluting influences.
By the 15
and 16
centuries, the Khazars had, for some time,
practiced and enhanced the terribly tedious, convoluted and legalistic
Talmudic Pharisaic faith, so-called Judaism. Judaism, especially
when entangled and entwined with Khazarian Zionism — and even
more so in certain parts of their “sacred scriptures” called Talmud
and Kabala — is an exclusivist elitist dogma and doctrine. By late
medieval and early renaissance times, the erstwhile Turko-Mongol
Khazar converts became the “Jews of Europe”. Then and now, the
most devout and devoted Talmudists and Kabalists are of the Page 37
Khazarian Hasidic supremacist sect, the “pure ones”, the “righteous
“Why should they [Christian Europe] fear a few shabby, furtive aliens
who have drifted in from unknown places, and who established
themselves in the heart of the city so unobtrusively that it seems they
have always been there? These aliens are willing to do anything, they
perform any sort of distasteful task which the natives feel is beneath
them. The aliens traffic in the bodies of young girls, set up gambling
dens, deal in stolen goods, lend money, establish houses in which
one can perform every imaginable type of sexual degeneracy, and
provide assassins for hire. … In a short time, the aliens know the
secret of the people’s leaders, and they have established their hold
over them.” Eustace Mullins, The Biological Jew.
As we use the biblical term, Exodus, it must be qualified a bit.
The so-called Exodus of the Judaic Old Testament (a heavily redacted
document) may refer to a series of events at different times when the
Habiru Sagaz as well as other clans and tribes left Egypt in search of
greener pastures. Some say they were run out for being thieves and
plunderers, but we musn’t digress too much. My point is that the
ancient relocations mentioned in the Bible and the movements of the
Khazars eons later definitely have one thing in common. Both were
gradual, not all that dramatic, and certainly not all at once.
As to the Khazars of later years, we must consider that not
everyone had the desire or the resources for a difficult and possibly
dangerous westward trek. Even after the Rus/Verangians, who
previously paid tribute to the Khaghan, claimed Kiev as an
independent dukedom the mid to late 900s, a substantial Khazar
colony continued living in the city. Undeniably, some of the old
empire did not fall until much later, the Mongol Invasion eventually Page 38
bringing an end to the once glorious Khaghanate. As you see on our
map of the Russian Pale of Settlement, some remained in place or if
they moved, not very far.
“In general, the reduced Khazar kingdom persevered. It waged a
more or less effective defense against all foes until the middle of the
thirteenth century, when it fell victim to the great Mongol invasion set
in motion by Jenghiz Khan. Even then it resisted stubbornly until the
surrender of all its neighbours…. But before and after the Mongol
upheaval the Khazars sent many offshoots into the unsubdued
Slavonic lands, helping ultimately to build up the great Jewish centres
of Eastern Europe.” Salo W. Baron, A Social and Religious History of the Jews.
Eastern and Central Europe became the “home of the Jews”.
Reflecting this massive immigration, population statistics swell right
after c.1000 with the first wave of settlers. We must also consider that
better farming methods increased the food supplies, thus
contributing to the population growth, but that does not account for
the large numbers of Jews who begin appearing in old records. As to
better food supplies, this would have been an additional lure for the
fatigued and beset Khazar émigrés. Khazaria, like other defeated and
declining empires, expired slowly. Disintegration was not immediate,
nor did the exodus happen all at once.
Besides, not all moved, or not that far. Some settled in the
Ukraine, particularly centering on Kiev (where they were previously
established), already known as a Judaic center. Some strongholds
and outposts hung on later than others, but by the mid 1500s, neither
Khazars nor their ancient Asian kingdom receives much mention.
They successfully transformed themselves, later migrating to the
major population and mercantile centers of the world. These TurkoMongol Central Asiatic shamanistic tribesmen successfully shape-Page 39
shifted themselves into the “Jews” of the world. They speak openly
in some of their own publications.
“In spite of the negligible information of an archeological nature, the
presence of Jewish groups and the impact of Jewish ideas in Eastern
Europe are considerable during the Middle Ages. Groups have been
mentioned as migrating to Central Europe from the East or have been
referred to as Khazars, thus making it impossible to overlook the
possibility that they originated from within the former Khazar Empire.
…. There seems to be a considerable amount of evidence attesting to
the continued presence in Europe of the descendants of the
Khazars.” Encyclopedia Judaica, 1971.
Actually, there is quite a bit more archaeological evidence, like
artifacts and gravesites, than one might think, and more to come.
Even the location of the Khaghan’s old capital, Itil/Atil, has been
discovered and a dig is in progress in 2008. You may also want to
visit Kevin Brook’s
[Our presentation continues following the map display.] Page 40 Page 41
The map shows some of the western migration. Note the boundaries
of old Khazaria as compared with the Pale. For some, they did not
move all that far. And as we see, many of their descendants later
migrated to the Americas.
In 2008, archaeologists located the actual site of Atil/Itil/Etil.
They will find some very interesting artifacts, but no grand and great
structures; no Acropolis, no Roman temples, no great pyramids or
anything like that. The Khazars were not builders. And even after
they centered in around various settlements, in the spring and
summer of the year, they would take to the steppes for a long
seasonal camping expedition, setting up huge tents that held
[Begin quoting. Moscow (AFP, 9/08)
“This is a hugely important discovery,” expedition organiser Dmitry
Vasilyev told AFP by telephone from Astrakhan State University after
returning from excavations near the village of Samosdelka, just north
of the Caspian Sea.
“We can now shed light on one of the most intriguing mysteries of
that period — how the Khazars actually lived. We know very little
about the Khazars — about their traditions, their funerary rites, their
culture,” he said.
The city was the capital of the Khazars, a semi-nomadic Turkish
people who adopted Judaism as a state religion, from between the 8th
and the 10th centuries, when it was captured and sacked by the rulers
of ancient Russia. At its height, the Khazar state and its tributaries
controlled much of what is now southern Russia, western
Kazakhstan, eastern Ukraine, Azerbaijan and large parts of Russia’s
North Caucasus region. Page 42
The capital is referred to as Itil in Arab chronicles but Vasilyev said
the word may actually have been used to refer to the Volga River on
which the city was founded or to the surrounding river delta region.
Itil was said to be a multi-ethnic place with houses of worship and
judges for Christians, Jews, Muslims and pagans. Its remains have
until now never been identified and were said to have been washed
away by the Caspian Sea.

Archaeologists have been excavating in the area if Samosdelka for
the past nine years but have only now collected enough material
evidence to back their thesis, including the remains of an ancient
brick fortress, he added. “Within the fortress, we have found huts
similar to yurts, which are characteristics of Khazar cities…. The
fortress had a triangular shape and was made with bricks. It’s another
argument that this was no ordinary city.”

Around 10 university archaeologists and some 50 students took part
in excavations in the region this summer, which are partly financed by
the Jewish University in Moscow and the Russian Jewish Congress.
[End quoting.]
“No one really knows what the Jewish religion is. D We have to be
detectives to find any traces of it. D The Jewish religion is the only
one in the world, which is famed for its secrecy. Its aims and
purposes, as well as its traditions, are shrouded in mystery. For all
practical purposes, the scholar finds that the Jewish religion is an
unwritten code, which can be best compared to the unwritten code of
the Italian gangster group, the Mafia. The Jewish code is principally
concerned with protecting a criminal group, and it too invokes the
Mafia rule of omerta [silence], or death to anyone who talks about
their activities.” Eustace Mullins.
Make this crucial Khazarian connection. Their influence on the
nature, dogma, doctrines and practices of modern Judaism is allembracing. Ashkenazi Talmudism, with a good dose of Kabalistic Page 43
occultism, is now the main expression. I trust most readers know the
spiritual practices of the Old Testament and what today passes under
the name of Judaism aren’t the same thing. The old Hebrew temple
bloody animal cruelty religion, and whatever else it really was, had
almost nothing to do with the Judaic religion of today. Even the
proposed rebuilding of the old temple by Judaic Ashkenazi extremists
is little more than a continuing Zionist strategy to further exclude the
Palestinians and the world’s Muslims from the ostensible “Holy
But as to Pharisaic Talmudism in its present form, this is a
rather late development, beginning in early medieval times, after the
coming of the Khazars into Europe. Benjamin Freedman always
called them “so-called and self-styled Jews”. They are not the people
seen in the Bible. They are not Semitic and certainly not Judean, but
Judaism from AD1000 onward is almost entirely a Khazar creation.
Moreover, their ideology and their behavior are truly elitist and racist,
just as we see in their apartheid ministate. Even with other Judaics,
Khazar supremacism rules. This is emphatically why the Sephardim,
the few remaining Karaites, Mountain Jews, Ethiopian Falashas, the
Kai Feng of China, Torah True Jews and other Judaic minorities, do
not get along very well with the snobby Ashkenazis, who act as if all
the others are inferiors. Note that all the Judaic minorities mentioned
are non-Talmudic sects. While treated a little better than Palestinians,
they are definitely victims of prejudice and animosity in New Khazaria.
Oops, I mean “Israel”.
Zionism has usurped and appropriated much of Judaism for its
own non-religious, basically atheistic, political ends. However, it
does appear that the Talmud — extremist parts of which are openly
anti-Christian as well as ethnocentric and racist — certainly seem
agreeable with rather than disavowing supremacist goals. Again, the
contents of the Talmud are deceptive, diverse and obscure, requiring
close examination, so we shall not go there in this paper. The Page 44
essentially atheistic Zionist founders and leaders use all of this to
their advantage with unfortunate Jews who have bought into the fake
Pharisaic fairy tale that they are a specially and divinely chosen folk.
“While the Encyclopedia Britannica, p. 771, Vol. 21, 1949 ed., says:
The Talmud is still the authoritative and practical guide to the great
mass of the Jews, and still not all the rabbis accept the Talmud, with
its glorification of secrecy and cunning and its incitation to bloodletting and conquest. Rabbi Elmer Berger, for instance, repudiates
the Talmud and the Torah.”
“In his Partisan History of Judaism (Devin-Adair Co., New York, 1952)
he attacks the Books of Moses as expressions of nationalistic
fanaticism, only partially based on historical fact. He shows that
Zionism springs from this ancient Zionism”. The Jewish Utopia, Prof. Martin Higger.
“The future is only the past again, entered through a different door.”
Through Darkness Into Light”, a Phoenix Journal.
We began this composition with a look way back in time at the
fierce, acquisitive and aggressive Euro-Asian Turko-Khazar tribes of
ancient epochs, and we end with reflections on the Khazarian Zionist
menace of today. Yes, it is very true. Few, if any, ethnic groups have
had an equivalent impact on world history. But not just in the past
and current events, but surely and certainly looming in our future as
the Khazar Zionist threat seems stronger, more determined, more
aggressive and thus more toxic and volatile than ever. In regard to
that, never forget that the Zionist statelet has weapons of mass
destruction, aided abetted and quietly tolerated by the various world
powers. Page 45
A host of questions pose themselves, but in a time of both moral
and economic crisis, two of them step out in front of all the others. If
Christians follow the examples of the peaceful Palestinian prophet
called Jesus, why do they support Zionist aggression? Shouldn’t
they repudiate these classic Pharisees as did their Messiah/Saviour?
But even more in light of current events and a collapsing economy,
why are billions of dollars in American tax money used to support this
radical régime? But I am sure all my readers know, such seemingly
simple questions are not only not unanswered, they are rarely even
raised, and certainly not in Christian pulpits or the American
Congress. The old Indo-Aryan religions tell us that all we really see in
life is Mahamaya, the Great Illusion, and that we shall not truly ascend
to higher levels until we become personally willing to recognize and
deal with the truth. Later on, Jesus said “and you will know the truth,
and the truth will set you free”. H’mm. What interesting spiritual
concepts, both pagan and Christian.
If you feel informed by this presentation, don’t just sit on the
information. Share it with others. Not just by Internet, but print some
of it out for those who are not online. Share it with open-minded folk.
Take my word for it. You never really know who might see or hear the
information, or who it might influence. So once again, dear readers,
help me launch a truth seeking missile.
By the way, even though lengthy, this collection is incomplete. If you need more, it is a simple matter on the
Internet or through a library. Email if you have further questions or comments.
Artamonov, M. I., Studies In Ancient Khazar History (in Russian) (Leningrad:
Baratz, H., Collection of Works on the Question of Hebrew Elements in Ancient
Russian Literature (in Russian) Vol. I, Paris, 1926-27, Vol. II, Berlin, 1924. Page 46
Baron, S. W., A Social and Religious History of the Jews,1952.
Bloch, Talia, Genetics: A Skeleton in the Jewish Family Closet?, August 20, 2004.
Borleis, Christian, Tay-Sachs Disease, The Barnes Review, July 1997.
Brook, Kevin A. The Jews of Khazaria. 2nd ed. (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers,
Inc, 2006).
Brook, Kevin A. (2005) “Khazars and Judaism” (Encyclopedia Article in The
Encyclopedia of Judaism, Second Edition (Leiden: Brill), vol. 2, pp. 1510-1521).
Brook, Kevin A. (2005) Khazar Empire (Encyclopedia Article in Encyclopedia of
World Trade: From Ancient Times to the Present (Armonk, N.Y., M.E. Sharpe).
Brook, Kevin A. (2003) The Origins of East European Jews (Journal Article in
Russian History/Histoire Russe, vol. 30, nos. 1-2, pp. 1-22)
Brook, Kevin A. (2002) Khazar-Byzantine Relations (Book Chapter in The Turks
(Ankara: Yeni Turkiye), vol. 1, pp. 509-515)
Brook, Kevin A. (1999) The Jews of Khazaria (Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson,
Mr. Brook is also the founder of, the largest repository of
information about the Khazars available on the Internet.
Brutzkus, J., Chaseren, Jewish Encyclopedia (NY: 1901-1906).
Dunlop, Douglas M., The History Of The Jewish Khazars (Princeton, NJ: 1954,
Recently (8/08), the only two available copies, a 1967 edition, were from a book dealer in Jerusalem and one
in USA. Actually, the Israeli copy was the best buy at $100; the American one was $250. No digital versions
were found.
Frazer, Sir James, The Killing of the Khazar Kings in “Folklore”, XXVII, 1917.
Freedman, Benjamin, Facts Are Facts: The Truth About The Khazars (Letters from
Freedman to Dr. Goldstein). Page 47
Gabriel, Judith, Among The Norse Tribes: The Remarkable Account of Ibn Fadlan,
in Aramco World, Vol. 50, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1999.
Golden, Peter B. (1980). Khazar Studies: An Historico-Philological Inquiry into the
Origins of the Khazars, Vol. 1. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó.
Golden, Peter B. (1990). The Peoples of the South Russian Steppe, in The
Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia, ed. Denis Sinor. Cambridge, UK:
Cambridge University Press.
Golden, Peter B. (1992). An Introduction to the History of the Turkic Peoples.
Wiesbaden, Germany: Harrassowitz Verlag.
Grayzel, Solomon, A History of the Jews (Philadelphia: Jewish Pub. Soc., 1947).
Grigor-Scott, Anthony. Bible Believers Newsletter. This website has a wealth of material on
this and many related topics. Various cases have been brought against him to force him to take down his
site, but this has not happened at this point in time. Visit
Halevi, Judah, Kitab Al Khazari, translated from the Arabic, revised ed. (London:
Higger, Prof. Martin, The Jewish Utopia (Baltimore: Lord Baltimore Press, 1932).
The only known extant copy surfaced at the University of Texas Library.
Hoffman, Michael, Judaism Discovered (Independent History and Research,
Johnson, Paul, A History of the Jews (NY: Harper, 1987).
Koestler, Arthur, The Thirteenth Tribe, The Khazar Empire And Its Heritage (New
York: Random House, 1976).
Kutschera, Hugo Feiherr von, Die Chaeren (Vienna: 1910).
Labdau, ?, The Present Position Of The Khazar Problem (in Hebrew; Jerusalem:
Martillo, Joachim, The Origins of Modern Jewry Against the Rationalization of
Zionist Crimes,
Mullins, Eustace, Mullin’s New History of the Jews, 1978. Page 48
Noonan, Thomas S. (1997). “The Khazar Economy.” Archivum Eurasiae Medii
Aevi 9:253 – 318.
Oliver, Revilo, The Khazars, Liberty Bell magazine.
Phoenix Journals. Over 100 volumes of spiritual teachings, commentary, and the inside story on
many things, including the Khazar Conspiracy, Zionism and a great deal more. Some of these fascinating
books may be preserved on the Internet, but I have lost touch with the original publishers.
Poliak, A. N. , Khazaria — A History Of A Jewish Kingdom In Europe or
Kazaraiyyah, only available in Hebrew, (Tel Aviv: 1944 and1951).
Poliak, A. N. The Khazar Conversion To Judaism. In Hebrew, (Jerusalem: Zion
Pub., 1941).
Pope, Hugh, Freed of Russian Yoke, Turkic Nations Find They Miss the Alphabet”
in The Wall Street Journal, 10.24.00, and fax from the author in Istanbul, dated
Qumsiyeh, Mazin, Zionazi Racial Science, Yale University,
addresses the flaws in Zionazi racial science in a letter to the Society of Histocompatibility and Immunology.
(More material can be found at THE AMBASSADORS – OPINIONS – Vol. 5, Issue 1 (January 2002).
Rosenthal, Harold Wallace, Modern Jews Are Neither Shemites Nor Israelites,
1976 interview.
Roderich-Stoltheim, F. and translated by Pownall, Capel, The Riddle of the Jew’s
Success, (Leipzig: Hammer Verlag, 1927), (Michael Santomauro: 2005). This
informative but rarely seen book, translated from German, speaks of the Chasaren; the Jews portrayed as a
race; the real history of ancient Israel; etc. See pp. 220-226.
Sharf, A., Byzantine Jewry — From Justinian To The Fourth Crusade (London:
Stang, Alan, Khazars, Communists, Zionists And These United States, News With, July 31 2008.
Tiffany, John, The Khazars — Non-Semitic Jews, The Barnes Review, Vol. III, No.
7, July 1997.

Vernadsky, G., Ancient Russia (New Haven: 1943).
Vernadsky, G., Kievan Russia (New Haven: 1948).
Wade, Nicholas, Gog, Magog And The Kingdom of the Khazars: Geneticists
Report Finding Central Asian Link To Levites.
Wexler, Paul, Khazars, as on
White, Arnold, The Modern Jew (London: Wm. Heinemann, 1899).
I have included this little-known book written by British Jews about other Jews. It does not mention the
Khazars specifically, but is a great read for those studying the Judaic mindset. Curiously, the copyright
page following the title page says, “Dand is not to be imported into the USA.”
Zeki Validi Togan, A., Volkerschaften des Chaserenreiches im Neunten
Jahrhundert (Korosi Csoma-Archivum, 1940).
Zjaczkowski, M., The Problem of the Language of the Khazars, in Proceedings of
the Breslau Society of Sciences, 1946.
Zuckerman, C. (1995). On the Date of the Khazars’ Conversion to Judaism and the
Chronology of the Kings of the Rus Oleg and Igor: A Study of the Anonymous
Khazar Letter from the Genizah of Cairo. Revue des Études Byzantines 53:237 –
The stories below occupied prime position for a while on the Jeff Rense site, so we must have
been getting some hits. Read and circulate all the stories, but for a well-researched, readable and
reliable guide to the Zionist movement, see the title article. For a true WWII shocker and what the
early Zionists tried to do, see the second and third. And, don’t miss what an orthodox rabbi has
to say, the last story.
Zionism Is Nobody’s Friend
Zionism Is Nobody’s Friend
WWII Nazi-Zionist Collaboration
Zionism & The Establishment Of Modern Poland
Zionism – A Conspiracy Against Jews
A Real Case Against The Jews
The Evils Of Zionism
Poll – American Jews Hate NeoCons, AIPAC Page 51
Churchill On Zionist Worldwide Conspiracy
10 Questions To Zionists

As to the “holocaust” check out the first article, and
then read a bit more about Khazarian Zionism.
Deconstructing 6,000,000 Holo-Myths, Exploring The Occult Origin a Crucial
Holocaust Dogma. Download and save the pdf link as an Adobe file.
Help launch this “Truth Seeking Missile”.
Download as a free pdf e-book.
Also, just click and read it online
Precursors To The Protocols Of Zion, The Plans In Process Are A Work In
Progress, Centuries Old. More about Khazarian Zionism.


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