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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Khazars/Imposters A Brief History Of The Khazars

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Revelation 2:9 - King James Version (KJV)

9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.

Revelation 3:9 - King James Version (KJV)

9 Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.

The original Turkic name of Khazars was Khasar. The Khasar ethnic name ultimately stems from the title Caesar, which reached the Middle Persian Sources, among others. In 739, a ruler of the Turkic Dynasty in Gandhara abdicated in favor of his son. The Chinese sources which record this and the coins issued by the new king both give the king's name as From KESAR. The From is the Iranian form of Rome, and the KESAR is the title CAESAR.

This name passed over to the Tibetans, who knew it in the form Phrom Ge-sar. This "Roman" Ge-sar also appeared in the Tibetan sources as "Turk" e.g Dru-gu Ge-sar, and after a while became a hero of a Tibetan epic, which now has a long heritage and widespread in Tibet and its surroundings. This Tibetan epic was borrowed by the Mongols and survived among them as the Gesar epic. The Kesar title also passed over to the Turkic-speaking population.

As a rsult of the stressed syllable in Turkic, KESAR became KHAZAR, and the title survived as both an ethnic and a personal name. The most prominent of the personages who bore the name was CHINGIS KHAN'S brother. There are not many examples of ehtnic groups' names deriving from a title, but among them are the name Kerel for the Magyars and the Turkic Yabghu, which derivs from the titleYabghu. This type of ethnic name evolved from the expressions "KHAZAR'S PEOPLE and YABGHU'S PEOPLE.

Around 670, the Kazars and Ughurs appeared together in a foundation of an empire. The Khazars first prominent historical appearance can be put around 620. The Byzantine Emperor Heraclius (610-641) secure a liance for a campaign against the Persians. The Khazars assembled 40,000 soldiers for the seige of Tiflis in 627. The rulers of the Khazars at that time bore the title JEBGU or JEBU, versions of JABGU. Their major cities were Balanjar and Samandar, below the Caucasus.

After the collapse of the Western Turk power (about 630) the Khazars finally secured their independence and the Khazar ruler adopted the title Khaghan, first mentioned in 652-653, which coincided with the death of Khuvrat between 650 and 670, the Kazars abolished the Bulghar empire. One part of the Bulghars went west and the other submitted. After the conquest of Persia, the Arabs advance further to the east and landed at Gibraltar to invade the Iberian Peninsula, which they marched right through, only to be halted by Charles Martel near Poitiers in 732, in 737 they defeated the Turgesh in Central Asia, and in 751 in the battle of Talas Valley the Chinese and their Allies, although here their advance was finally halted. The Arabs soon group below Constantinople, and attacked the Khazars via the Caucasus. The Khazars played an important part in averting this threat to the whole of Europe.

They won a major battle against the Arabs near Ardabil in 730 and forged an alliance with Byzantine. In 732 the son of Emperor Leo 111 of Byzantium, Constantine, married the daughter of the Khazar Khaghan, who was called by th Turkic name Chichek, meaning "flower", but in Christendom she received the name Irene. Their son Leo 1V (775-780) was also know as "Leo the Khazar" for this reason.

The Byzantine-Khazar alliance did not endure, however, the Arabs managed to force the Khazar Khaghan to take up the Islamic faith for a short time in 737. In 760, the Arabs made peace with the Khazars, and this time they sealed the alliance with a marriage, but the Arabs only wanted a temporary peace, because after the death of the Khazar princess, Khazar-Arab fighting broke out a new and lasted until 764. The last Khazar attack against Arab Transcaucasia was in 798.

In the meantime, the Khazars extended their power to embrace the Ostrogoths of the Crimea, but ceded them considerable independence under their own toparch. It is known that at the request of the Khazars, under the direction of Petronas, the Fortress at Sharkel was built on the lower course of the Don, in the area of modern Tsimlyansk. Now, the Russians, under Kiev leadership, launched military expeditions in the middle of the 9th century to police trade routes to the Caspian Lake.

These preceeded along the bank of the Volga but probablt only met the Volga south of the Samara Bend. Such military expenditions are known to have taken place in 860,880,909-910 and 911-912. Some of the expeditions were mounted in alliance with the Khazars, or at least with their knowledge. After large quantities of booty had been obtained, relations between the principalities of Kiev and the Khazars deteriorated.

Despite the Khazars' employment of Khwarezmian mercenaries, they were only able to hold out for a short time against the decisive attack by Svyatoslav in 965. By the end of the century, the Khazar Empire had gradually disintegrated. The religion of the Khazars in the 7th century was Tengrism. This was described quite thoroughly by the bishop of the Caucasian Albanians, Israel who visited the "North Caucasian Huns" in 681. The description has survived in the text of Moses of Dashuranci.

The Khazars soon converted to the JEWISH faith, however, the political reasons for this were clear: choosing a third religion between the Islam of the Arabs and the Christianity of the Byzantium enabled them to avoid becoming dependent on either. Many details on the conversion and nature of the Khazars' Judaism were until recently disputed, however, in contrast with the widespread view that Judaism was not a proselytising faith, however, they are examples of it being adopted by various ethnic groups in certain historical periods. In the period of the BIRTH of CHRIST, the royal house and people of small Syrian kingdom Adiabene (or Edayab in the Syrians sources), in the vicinity of modern Mosul, CONVERTED to JUDAISM to secure their independence from both the ROMANS and PARTHIANS. In 6th century Yemen, the royal house CONVERTED to JUDAISM, for political considerations, in order to distance themselves from Christian Ethiopia. At his time, on the larger scale, this applied opposition to Byzantium and friendliness in relation to Persia. Towards the end of the 1st millennium, two movements emerged within Jewry. One, the "Spanish Line", rigidly opposed conversion, whereas the other, which spred through France and Germany, and as far as Kiev, was more favourably disposed to it. This dispute also influenced the decision of the Khazars.



  1. Todah for the info.! Could these people have been living in Smyrna? Rev. 2:9. My research thus far says Turks were living there, and Khazars being a Turkic Mongol people I wonder about a possible connection.

  2. They migrated everywhere, so it is possible. Shalam!