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reply to post by buster2010
You are Jewish if your mum's a Jewess. That's how it works. Whether that makes the Jewish people a race is very debated, but you are a Jew if your mum is a Jew.
The ironic thing being 80% of Ashkenaz Jews are decended on their female line from non middle Eastern bloodlines, converts who the early male Jewish Ashkenaz founders married. That makes 80% of Ashkenaz descended from converts on the all important female line!
As official spokesman for all jews i can tell you that we are in fact annunaki Sumerian hybrids. So that makes us only HALF alien. Remember Obama is half caucasian.
You are right, we are hybrid humans and proud to blend in with you low lifers of earth!
Or so says Karen Hudes in her latest interview:
If you would like to find out more about the KNOWN particulars of Anu's family tree, here it is…
In other words folks, we KNOW where the Sumerians and Akkadians came from and it sure as heck wasn't some "planet X" called Nibiru.
Who were the descendants of Anu? They were Vedic Aryans who got qualified as a "fallen race" and were kicked out of India according to the Brahmin priesthood.
Perhaps this was a bitter pill for the Sumerians and Akkadians to take. Evidently it wasn't anything that they wanted to tell to their offspring, so apparently they rewrote their history.
Welcome to the human race…
SpecimenWhich star system/constellation are the Andromedaians from since were being specific? I mean, Andromeda's a galaxy...specifically.
dodol i think this is the first time i pay attention to the word 'starseeds'.
not sure why... somehow, it sounds familiar than it did before.
honestly, i love trying to reach orion's belt with my hands everytime i see them,
sometimes i can locate their position on the sky instinctively, and i have no knowledge of astronomy. i find them quite familiar although it could be just the mind trying get attention.
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reply to post by vethumanbeing
I got no spare change.
SpecimenWhat ever happened to that good old Jesus lesson, where he tells some wealthy guy to give all his money, till hes in heaven.
Your really pulling ur punches against the dark side, aren't you?
I mean, what would Jesus say?
reply to post by hounddoghowlie
No Eastern European Jew is of Semitic origin. If you are referring to the Ashkenazi Jews which make up around 90% of the Jews in the world, they come from an ancient Kingdom called Khazaria and though they converted to Judaism around 740a.d, they have no direct lineage to the 12 tribes of Israel. They apparently come from the line of Shem's brother Japheth.
the assyrian empire conquered the northern ten tribes in israel and carried them away to exile. after being set free and migateing to Europe and eventually there were no true blooded people left of the ten tribes.
Jews have lived in Azerbaijan for centuries and can be divided into two groups: Ashkenazi and Jews of Persian origin. Ashkenazim settled in Azerbaijan in the 19th century during a Czarist Russian attempt to infuse Russian culture into the region. Other Ashkenazim came to Azerbaijan during World War II to escape the Nazis. The Persian Jews, also known as Caucasian Mountain Jews, can be traced to Azerbaijan from before the 5th century. Their history is more than 2,000 years long and Azerbaijan has historically been very welcoming toward them.
Mountain Jews have lived in Caucasia for centuries and are said to be descendents of the Lost Tribes that left Israel after the destruction of the First Temple, in 587 BC. Their ancestors inhabited southern Azerbaijan, now the northwestern part of Iran, where they adopted the Muslim Tat language, but remained Jewish. The language has evolved to become a distinct Jewish dialect called Judeo-Tat or Judeo-Persian. After fleeing persecution in Persia, many Jews migrated to mountain villages on either side of the Black and Caspian Seas. At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th, Mountain Jews lived as farmers and gardeners in their small, isolated communities. This historic way of life flourished in the towns of Privolnoe, Krasnaya Sloboda, and Vartashen.
ew, Ashkenazi(m) (Franco-German, Eastern and Central European Jews)
The Northern Kingdom of Yisrael (Israel) was conquered by the Assyrian King Shalmaneser V, in 745-722 BCE, (for their sin before Yahweh), and the Yisraelites were exiled into (Assyria), 2 Kings 17:5-7. They prospered during the years in Assyria, and became a huge population of people. Outgrowing the land area they eventually migrated North through the 'Caucasus Mountains', and into central and Western Europe forming the Great European Nations. Their descendants are known as Caucasians. As these Yisraelites migrated they influenced many local people groups. No longer having an organized religious priesthood, and not having a nation or national identity, their system of worship was corrupted through many years of captive living in pagan Assyria. During the 7th century A.D. various bits and pieces of the old Yahudain religion was embraced and expanded on by the Khazars, (a people of Turkish descent). The Khazar King, his court, and the Khazar military class, adopted this amalgamated newly formed religion, which is now known as Jew-ism.
Present-day Modern Jew-ism, was formally formed into it's basic cultic worship form about 1,000 years ago, (according to Jewish history), when - Rabbenu Gershon a Khazar/Jew of Mainz, Germany, published a ban on bigamy for the Jews. This marks the recorded beginning of the Ashkenazi Jewish Sect, and Franco-German halachic* creativity. The word 'Ashkenazi' is not Hebrew for the word Germany, although the name has become 'associated' with Germany because many Ashkenazi Jews organized in Eastern Europe.
*halachic - loose 'interpretations' of Old Testament laws.
In common parlance the present day 'Jew' is synonymous with the 'Ashkenazi Khazar/Jew.' Scripture refers to the Ashkenaz in Gen. 10:3, and in I Chron. 1:6, as one of the sons of Gomer, who was a son of Japheth, who was a son of Noah. Ashkenaz was also a brother of Togarmah (and a nephew of Magog) who the Kazars according to King Joseph (of the Kazars) claimed as their ancestor. The people who refer to themselves as Ashkenazi Jews are not Yisraelites, and they are not Semites because they do not descend from Noah's son Shem. They are an Ashkenazi Khazar people group, who descend from Noah's son Japheth. Approximately 90 percent of the Jews in the world call themselves Ashkenazi Jews
The Word "Jew" and the Scriptures