The Khazars were a Pagan civilization, and in a short period in history became the largest and most powerful kingdom in Europe, and possibly the wealthiest also. They brought with them their religious worship that was a mix of phallic worship and other forms of idolatrous worship practiced in Asia by other Pagan nations.
The Khazars were a fierce nomadic warring people who were driven out of Asia by numerous defeats by their neighbors. The Khazars invaded Europe over the land route between the north end of the Caspian Sea and the south end of the Ural mountains.
They moved West and conquered dozens mostly agricultural nations with very little resistance. This then became known as the Khazarian Empire.
For more than a millennium, the Khazars converted to Judaism for the better part of their last half of their existence until the fall of the Khazarian Empire in the 13th century.
This form of Pagan worship continued into the 7th century with vile forms of sexual excesses and lewdness indulged in by the Khazars as part of their religious beliefs. This form of worship produced to a large degree a moral degeneracy that the Khazarian King could no longer endure.
In the 7th century King Bulan, ( the ruler at that time ), decided to end the practice of Phallic worship and all other forms of idolatrous worship and to make one of three monotheistic religions (which he new very little about ) the new Khazarian state religion.
After a historic session with representatives from the three monotheistic religions, King Bulan decided to adopt “Talmudism” ( as it was known then and practiced today as Judaism) over Islam and Christianity and became the new state religion.
King Bulan and his four thousand feudal nobles were promptly converted by rabbis imported from Babylonia for the event. Phallic worship and all other forms of idol worship were there after forbidden.
The Khazarian Kings also invited large numbers of Rabbis from Babylon and vicinity, to come and open synagogues and schools to instruct the population in the new state religion.
During this time the Talmud was added to or altered to protect their state religion from any other outside religious influence and to prevent a return to previous vile worship styles.
The present day language of the Khazars is known as “Yiddish”. The Khazars adopted words to their requirements from the German, the Baltic and Slavonic languages.
The Khazars adopted a great number of words from the German language. The Germans had a much more advanced civilization than their neighbors the Khazars so the Khazars sent their children to German schools and higher learning institutions.
The “Yiddish” is not a German dialect. Many are led to believe that “Yiddish” must be German since it shares so much with the German language. The Khazars must have spoken some language when they invaded Eastern Europe.
“Yiddish” must not be confused with “Hebrew” because they both use the same characters as their alphabets. There is not one word of “Yiddish” in ancient “Hebrew” nor is there one word of ancient “Hebrew” in “Yiddish”.
During the 10th, 11th 12th, and 13th centuries the rapidly expanding Russian nation gradually swallowed up the Khazarian kingdom.
After the last and final blow from the Russians the Khazarian King and his twenty-five wives (all of royal blood), and sixty concubines emigrated to Spain with many family members and some went to Hungary and Poland, but the mass of the people stayed in their ‘native’ country.
After the fall of the Khazarian kingdom, the people were known as “Yiddish” in Russia and Eastern Europe. They still to this day, refer to themselves as “Yiddish”.
Jews of our era fall into two main categories the Ashkenazim Jew (common), whom in 1960 numbered around 11 million all together.
The term Ashkenazim Jew is associated with Germany, Hungary and Poland which shared culture and borders with the Khazarian empire.
The Sephardim Jews who numbered about 500,000 in 1960 and are the descendants of the Spanish Jews that were expelled from Spain by the Muslims in 1492.
Many of those people now are living in modern-day Israel. It looks as though 90% of them are probably descendants of the Great Khazars and never were descendants of Abraham.
Fred Millar / ABC Flash Point Religious News 2018.