Genesis of Jews – The True Juice

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Salman Rushdie presumably citing Indian history books claims in a book “Last sigh of Moor” published in 1995, that three waves of Jewish refugees has landed in India in the past.

The first Jewish refugees, that had settled in India, arrived after Nabuchadonezer, king of Babylon conquered their land in the 6th century BC and expelled some andenslaved the others. They were…dark skinned people, probably of the AFROCOIDAL RACE. (Recall that Moses married a wife from the Medianite tribe, from the country of volcanos, which corresponds to Ethiopia of today.)

Salman Rushdie further claims that the second wave of Jewish emigration to India, came after the destruction of Israel by Romans in 1-2nd century.

The third wave of Jewish emigration to India, which occured after 1482, when Queen Isabelle threw Jews out of Spain, arrived and settled at Cochin peninsula in Southern India.

According to the late 19 century Larousse Encyclopedia, Jews from the tropical Conchin were the most dark skinned Jews known at that time.

The dark skinned Jews of Ethiopia are known to be the oldest Jewish community, having some of the oldest living Jewish traditions. Some legends go on to assert that this community an extract of the tribe of Dan was in existence even before Abraham. (See Genesis Chp 14 verse 14).

Besides a religious link, the “Jews” of today have hardly any genetic links to the Israelites of the Bible. Historian scholars of Jewish have established that at least 90% of all modern Jews come from a Turkish-Mongol mix of people and are largely sourced from the Khazar Kingdom.

The Jewish scholar Arthur Koestler provided overwhelming evidence, for the above in his famous 1976 work, “THE THIRTEENTH TRIBE – THE KHAZAR EMPIRE AND ITS HERITAGE” showing, “that in the 8th century, Khazaria which was greatly made-up of the Turkish-Mongol mixed people known as Khazars, converted to their national religion of Judaism which was based on the Babylonian Talmud.

The Khazars later migrated to eastern Europe, especially to Hungary and Poland, taking their Babylonian religion with them. “The Khazar origin of the numerically and socially dominant element in the Jewish population of Hungary during the Middle Ages is thus relatively well documented.” Page 144. “As already mentioned, the trade in fox and sable furs, which had been flourishing in Khazaria, became another virtual Jewish monopoly in Poland. (Page 157 )

Benjamin Freedman, another Jewish researcher, wrote his famous treatise FACTS ARE FACTS in 1954. Freedman quotes from many historical sources and shows that the vast majority of Jews derive from the Turkish-Mongol mixed people of the Khazar Kingdom of the 2nd to 10th centuries, NOT from Biblical Israelite stock.

Relatively recent genetic studies corroborate the historical facts that the Jews are of partly Turkish origin. An article published in “Ha’Aretz” a leading Jewish newspaper on Nov. 22, 2001 was entitled, “Study finds close genetic connection between Jews, Kurds.”

The article commenced by unequivocally stating that, “The people closest to the Jews from a genetic point of view may be the Kurds, according to results of a new study at, the Hebrew University.

Scientists who participated in the research said findings seem to indicate both peoples had common ancestors who lived in the northern half of the Fertile Crescent, where Northern Iraq and Turkey are today. Some of them, it assumed, wandered south and settled on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean.” (Abraham) The article goes on to state, “The study’s findings are published in the current issue of The American Journal of Human Genetics.

The researcher’s used the DNA of 1,847 Jewish men of Ashkenazi, Sephardi and Kurdish descent, Muslims and Christians of Kurdish, Turkish and Armenian descent, various Arab populations, & Russians, Poles and residents of belarus.”

Finally, it has been known for many years that a large proportion of Jews have oriental admixture in their ancestry. So Mongol infusion is also a probable part of their mixed heritage.

Ogu Eji Ofo Annu


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