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Judaism

 

For any reference about Judaism and the history of the Middle Age Türkic people, http://www.khazaria.com/ is a complete source. At least tree more aspects should be mentioned:

1. The terminology and scenario recorded in the Old Testament's Creation Myth testify that the myth was wholly adopted from the Türkic source: the two main heroes bear the Türkic names of Adam and Eve, which stand for generic “man” and “vulva” respectively, and the third is a perennial Türkic mythical personage of snake, also recorded in the Hercules Creation Myth, which apparently  was a private deity of the Gelon Ases (“Scythians” in the archaic Greek), the “Snake People” in Türkic. The fourth personage, the Almighty God, is called Tengri in Türkic, Dingir in Sumerian, and Yahweh (Yhwh) in Hebrew, retained intact his/her functions of Tengri, Almighty, and Creator in the Creation Myth, but gained alternate appellations. Maybe the myth originated somewhere else, but it is evident that it underwent processing in the Türkic milieu before being incorporated in fairly unmolested form into the Jewish Bible.

2. With the Türkic hallmark religious openness and tolerance, the Türkic-Jewish symbiosis did not start with Khazars, nor have it ended  with Khazars. The plethora of the Türkic kurgans in the Middle East testify to the long pre-historic history of the Kurgan peoples in the Semitic territories, the example of the Bible that knows Türkic people as Togarma (Togarmah), Gomer (Cimmer), and Ashkenaz (from As-kiji, for As-people) testify to close links between the Semitic and Türkic peoples, and the As-people's 10-word lexicon recorded in the Assyrian cuneiform documents testify that the symbiosis was not at an arm's length. A perennial Türkic attitude was that the territory is not a state, the people were a state, and the strength of the state was contained in the strength of its people; this attitude is exemplified by numerous Türkic states that moved from one territory to another under the blows of the fate. That attitude was one of the driving forces for the salvation of the Ladino Jews by the Turkey during the Middle Ages, which precipitated one of the lasting symbiotic periods in the history of the Jewish people, benefitting both the state-building of the Ottomans, and the prosperity of the Jewish people. Among other prominent examples are the Türkic-Jewish symbiosis in the Caucasus between the Tat (stranger, newcomer, guest) refugees from the Zoroastrian Persia and the Caucasus Türkic principalities, and the Türkic-Jewish symbiosis in the Central Asia that created a whole new category of the Jewish people known as Bukhara Jews. Both of these symbioses lasted for a millennia and a half, and ended only after a burn-in period in the Russian furnace. They are the pages of the Jewish Golden Age on a level with the Babylon and Vienna. Under the umbrellas of the Christianity and Islam, the hospitality and and openness of the Türkic tradition ensured the survival of the Judaism as religion in the Türkic refuges.

3. Paleographic investigations of A.Amanjolov tied the Turkic runiform alphabet with the early Semitic alphabetic writing of the pre-Aramaic Semitic alphabet.

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