Pastor Henry’s comments
- This is laughable! Are you people insane? Or do I even have to ask that question? So some former Jew now Christian "STREET" preacher. Emphasis on the word street. Tells you the Zionists are overthrowing the world and you believe em? A street preacher. That means one he is either homeless or two has no church to preach out of. Let me guess the zionists probably took his home or church away right? If any of this were true how come only a group of backwards Ku Klux Klansmen know about it? Don't you think David Duke and you people would be dead if this were true? You really need to seek professional help.
The person above who commented about the only people who claim Jesus was not a Jew are homeless street preachers and nobodies is an example of people who are prejudice and unwilling to have their ideas challenged. Rather than examine and digesting facts and information they simply breaks out in name calling.
In The 13th Tribe Koestler wrote extensively about the Khazar Kingdom located in eastern Europe between the Black and Caspian Seas. The online encyclopedia - Wikipedia - says this about Koestler’s research into the Khazar Kingdom.
- "Koestler's book The Thirteenth Tribe advanced the controversial thesis that Ashkenazi Jews are not descended from the Israelites of antiquity, but from the Khazars, a Turkic people in the Caucasus who converted to Judaism in the 8th century . . . "
In 1982 he published, The Zionist Connection II in which he concurs with Koestler and states,
- "Therefore, the great majority of Eastern European Jews are not Semitic Jews at all, and as most Western European Jews came from East Europe, most of them also are not Semitic Jews."
You can read more about these men on Wikipedia. Oh, I guess maybe "Pastor" Henry would rather hear of this from the Jewish Encyclopedia itself, published in 1965 with 22 contributing editors It says the Khazars:
- "lived along the lower Volga in the region of Crimea, during the 8th-10th centuries, they reached the zenith of their power, and during this period a Judaizing movement took place among them when King Bulan together with some 4,000 nobles adopted the Jewish faith."
The existence of these books are without question and I have all of these and others in my library.
The question you should be asking is, "Why has not this information been more widely distributed? Why am I just now hearing about it? Who has kept this information away from me?"