Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The Gambling Redfern Genes

Rabbi Isaac Aboab Fonseca

My family love games, fun, parties and socialising but unfortunately the down side is addiction to drinking and gambling. My father was a drinker and gambler when I was a child and I was badly affected by it. He gave up drinking heavily when he became a born-again Christian when he was 36 and at 42 he gave up smoking but he never mastered giving up his gambling.  He went through large amounts of money. He gambled on horses,lotto, magic numbers and the stock market. I realise now it wasn't the money but the excitement and risk that makes gambling so addictive. Men need excitement and risk in their lives. My father had a sparkling personality and was a master story teller and there was always some adventure to be had. At 17 he had faked documents and went off to the Korean War as a 'bub' as they called the underage recruits. Strangely my father took up designing and making dresses when he retired at the age of 55 until he sold his sewing machine for gambling money. However the story of his mother's family makes it less surprising. My father also taught me how to mix cement and lay bricks when I was young and much to my own surprise I really enjoyed it.

I have also come to realise in one sense my father didn't stand a chance coming from a long line of gamblers. My father told me his mother Mabel Redfern liked to bet on the horses and that his grandfather JJ Redfern and his brothers were all big gamblers who were involved in the racing industry. They were in the brick trade and had come to Western Australia from Melbourne after the bank crashes in the 1890's.  JJ (John James) had been born in Derby England in 1856 and had arrived in Melbourne in 1857 as a baby with his parents William and Maria Redfern. In tracing back the Redfern family in Derbyshire I discovered they were public house owners and involved in forms of gambling such as horse racing, cockfighting and wrestling matches. In the old "Derby Mercury" I found advertisements for such events at their home called Steeple House which had originally been a vicarage. At Steeple House they also ran their cloth business (Calico and Gingham) while hosting gambling events. I realised that going back  300 years my father's family were still gamblers. I was rather taken back when I read that Stag fights were also held at Steeple House until I realized they weren't deer but a name for two year old roosters.

I traced them back to Thomas Redfern who was also called Tomas Fonseca. His father Isaac Fonseca was a Jewish merchant in London who adopted the name George Redfern. The Fonseca family and their connections had been descended from Jews who had been settlers and sugar plantation owners in Recife in Brazil under Dutch Rule. This was a real gamble which didn't pay in the end when the Portuguese took back the colony and the settlers had to flee. My ancestor Isaac Aboab Fonseca was actually the Rabbi of the settlement and a follower of Sabbateanism at one stage. His first wife was Esther Querido whose brother was the grandfather of the famous Jacob Querido a successor of the false Messiah Sabbatai Zvi his brother-in-law. Strangely my grandmother's mother Sarah also descended from a family (Nunn/ Nunes) who were Jewish settlers in Recife.

My father's grandfather John James Redfern was the Manager of the Metropolitan Brick Company in Western Australia until his death in 1926. The company had been started by a group of former Melbourne businessmen who came to Perth to regroup their fortunes. His son Ernest Nicholas Redfern succeeded him as manager after his death. It was under Uncle Ernie's management that the Maylands Brickworks began production. Ernest was followed as manager by his brother James Redfern who was still the manager in 1951[13 September] when he was tragically hit by a train at East Guildford and killed. Another brother of my grandmother Mabel Vaughan Redfern was Leslie Redfern. Leslie was in the 51st battalion in World War 1 and was killed in action in 1917 in the battle of Polygon Wood.

My father's great grandfather William Redfern was born in Tissington, Derbyshire England near Fenny Bentley in 1824. He was baptised on 23 January 1825 at St Werburgh, Derby in the Church of England. It was usual at this time for Jewish families outside the big cities to be recorded in the Anglican Church registers. He was a brickmaker and he emigrated to Australia (to Melbourne) at the end of 1856 arriving in Australia in January 1857 on the "Balnaguith" with his wife Maria and his children John James (1), William (4), Sarah Anne (12) and his sister Esther (20).  After his marriage in 1844 he went to America on the "Athens" to Philadelphia. He is listed as a farmer aged 21. He may have gone to visit his brother Isaac Redfern in Indiana who was ill and died in 1845. It would seem he remained in America for a number of years but I have not as yet found out why he stayed there for so long. He may have served as the crypto-Jewish Hazzan (worship leader) or "Rabbi" to the crypto Jews of Indiana in place of his brother. This would explain the large gap between his eldest daughter Sarah Anne and his second child William. He was involved in the Brick making industry with the Nunn family in Melbourne. He died in Brunswick Victoria in Australia in September 1887.

Blue Bell Inn: 19th century Home of the Redfern Family

William's father John Redfern was a farmer in Fenny Bentley in Derbyshire with a large family according to the 1841 census. In his will it stated he was a farmer and innkeeper at Fenny Bentley. His son William was away at school in Wirksworth in 1841. He was born in 1798 in Measham which is about 35 miles from Fenny Bentley on the Derbyshire Leiestershire border. He married Ann Taylor at Measham in 1819. By 1851 he is listed as a farmer of 33 acres and already at the Blue Bell Inn which was about half a mile from Tissington Hall. By 1861 he is living in Derby and is the publican of the Brickmakers Arms on the corner of Ashbourne and Fowler Streets with his wife and daughter Ruth who is a Mill Hand. By the 1871 Census Ann is listed as a widow and as a farmer and Innkeeper of the Blue Bell Public House (Tissington). John died in 24 November 1867 in Fenny Bentley Derbyshire. His Redfern cousins in Swadlincote were brick makers and potters. He as a publican doubled as the spiritual leader (crypto hazzan, rabbi and shochet) of the close knit crypto Jewish families of Derbyshire - they were farmers also so that they could provide kosher food.

John Redfern had a brother Joseph Redfern III who was married four times. Three of his wives were called Ann or Anne.He married his first wife Ann Dennies in 1815 at Measham. His son Joseph Redfern (b.1817 Abney) was the publican at the Red Lion Inn at Windmill near Hope in 1841. His second wife was Hannah Hunt (the Housekeeper of Mr Foster the grocer in Ashbourne) who he married at Ashbourne in 1839. He was the innkeeper at the Roe Buck Inn at the time of his marriage to Hannah. He was a malster and publican/ inn owner. He was the publican of the Roe Buck Inn at Draycott in the Clay around 1828 and the publican of the "Gate Inn" at Stanton in the 1840's. He sold up his property in Stanton in 1848 and moved to Derby. He was a malster at the Brickmakers Inn in Derby where his brother John was the Innkeeper. He later moved back to Stanton to the Gate Inn with his third wife Ann (they were living there in 1861). The family was also in Netherseal between Stanton and Applyby Magna in the 1820's.
Roe Buck Inn Draycott near Ashbourne

John's father Joseph Redfern Junior was born in 1766 in Wirksworth. He was a tailor and a cloth manufacturer and merchant. He married in Appleby Magna on the Derbyshire and Leicestershire border about two miles from Measham. He married his relative Sarah Wright (daughter of James Wright and Sarah Millington) in Appleby Magna in 1788. Some of the children were registered as baptised in Appleby Magna, and others in Measham (2 miles from Appleby Magna). He later moved back to Wirksworth to live at Steeple House with his father. He was a Calico and Gingham manufacturer in Wirksworth who owned (or leased) Steeple House. His black colt horse was either stolen or strayed according to the "Derby Mercury" 1800 (may refer to his father). It would seem the family had financial problems around 1812 and started to sell up their property. In 1827 he is listed as a farmer in Abney near Hope. He died at High Peak in 1837. Around the time of his death he was living on a ten acre farming property at Broad Gates, Ashley Hay with his son Samuel Redfern. It would seem that Joseph Jnr returned to Wirksworth before 1802. Steeple House was located at Steeple Grange were the Brickworks were located and this would seem to be the first connection to Brickmaking in our Redfern family. It would seem that the Redfern's were from the wealthy class but lost everything probably due to gambling debts and a failed business.

Steeple Grange Brickworks area near Wirksworth

Here are some notices in the Derby Mercury referring to Joseph Redfern:

"Derby Mercury April 15 1802
Wanted Immediately, A Steady Industrious Person, that perfectly understands the Nature of Working Fine Calicoes, to superintend a small Shop of Apprentices. Personal application to be made to JOSEPH REDFERN, jun. Calico Manufacturer, at Steeple House, near Wirksworth." 

"Derby Mercury July 16, 1812
Upon theTurnpike Road betwixt Wirksworth and Cromford,
The Property of JOSEPH READFERN,Junior,
A Freehold Dwelling House occupied by J. Redfern, containing two Parlours, a Kitchen and Pantries, upon the ground floor, with four Lodging Rooms; a handsome Garden in front newly planted, a small Croft adjoining, in which is a Two-stalled Stable and good Cow House, the whole contains 3 Roods and upwards.
Also a Dwelling House in the possession of Mrs Hargreaves, containing two Parlours, a large Kitchen and Pantry, and five Lodging Rooms, with a spacious back Yard, and good Garden.
The above Premises are newly erected. And are in a perfect state of repair. The interior of the Houses are finished in a genteel manner, with Closets and all other necessary Fixtures, and every Room in both Houses, except one are private.
The Purchasers of either of the above Houses may be accommodated with any quantity of Eight Acres of rich Meadow Land, part of which abounds with an excellent Bed of Clay, and adjoins the Turnpike Road, not half a mile from Wirksworth.
Also Six Small Dwelling Houses, three of which have Weavers Shops adjoining them.
The whole of the above is Freehold and Tithe Free, and Land Tax redeemed.
Also a large Building lately occupied as a Weavers shop, that will hold ten Looms; with a small Building and Garden adjoining the same.
Also a Piece of Rich Freehold Land, about five Acres, upon Wirksworth Moor; has a constant Spring of Water running through it, and is considered the best Piece of Land upon the said Moor.
The respective Occupiers will shew the Premises & Possessions of all or any part may be had at Michaelmas or Christmas next.
To treat for the same apply to JOSEPH REDFERN, junior, upon the Premises; or of Mr SWEETENHAM, Solicitor, Wirksworth.
Steeple Hall, July 7, 1812
N.B. If any part is not disposed of by Private Contract, the same will be Sold by Auction sometime in August or September next."

"DERBY MERCURY 22 April, 1813
At the House of Mr Joseph Mather, the Miners Standard, in Wirksworth, in the county of Derby, on Wednesday the 5th day of May next, precisely at 4 o’clock in the Afternoon, in the following Lots, and subject to such Conditions as will be then produced;
LOT 1 A Compact and modern built Dwelling House, with Outbuildings, Garden and small Croft adjoining, now in the possession of Mr Joseph Redfern.
Also a piece of excellent Meadow or Pasture Ground situate near to the above Premises, known by the name of the Sprink Close, in the occupation of the said Joseph Redfern, containing about 4A. 0R. 10P
Lot 2 A Dwelling House and Garden, in possession of Mrs Hargrave.
Also Four Dwelling Houses and a Weaver’s Shop. With Gardens to the same respectively belonging, now in the several possessions of Obadiah Wigley, George Froggatt, Joseph Simpson, and George Bunting.
LOT 3 A large Building lately occupied as a Weaver’s Shop, capable of containing 10 Looms, with a small Building and Garden adjoining, now in the possession of the said Joseph Redfern.
The above Premises are Tithe Free and Land Tax redeemed, and are pleasantly situated by the Turnpike Road leading to Matlock Bath, about half a mile from Wirksworth.
Mr Joseph Redfern will shew the Premises, and other Particulars may be known on application at the Office of Mr Swettenham, Solicitor, Wirksworth.
On the same Day, at 10 o’clock in the Forenoon will be disposed of by Auction, upon the Premises, About 30 Weaver’s Looms, Winding Machine, Warping Mill, and other Articles in the Weaving Business. And also a variety of Household Furniture.
Wirksworth, 20th April, 1813"

"Derby Mercury 30 March, 1815 THE Creditors under the Assignment of JOSEPH REDFERN, late of Steeple House, near Wirksworth, may receive a first and final Dividend of the Estate and Effects of the said Joseph Redfern, on application to the Counting House of Thomas Atkinson, 14 Bank-street, Manchester, on the 12th April next. All those who do not execute the said Deed of Assignment before that time; will be excluded from any share of the said Estate."

Joseph had a brother Jonathan who was a tailor and cloth merchant and manufacturer with his brother Joseph Jnr until the business went bust and everything had to be sold to pay debts. In the 1790's Jonathan was a cloth merchant and tailor in Elvaston where he married and he also lived in Heanor. He joined his brother at Steeple House near Wirksworth around 1801.

Jonathan's grandson John Redfern was a tailor trained by his father who had been trained in his father Joseph's Calico and Gingam shop in Wirksworth. In 1846 he married Harriet Beazley in Cowes on the isle of Wight and he set up a tailoring business in the Cowes High Street. He became a leading fashion designer for haute couture. His customers included Queen Victoria and her daughters as well as Lily Langtry the mistress of the Prince of Wales and also the Empresses of Russia and Germany. He died in 1895 and his business was then run by Charles Poytner Redfern (b.1853) who some reseachers believe was his son -others that he just assumed the name Redfern. However it is most likely that Charles Poytner Redfern was John Redfern's son John Redfern b.1847 who at some stage changed his name and age which would explain why many researchers believe Charles Poytner was John Redfern. see

Charles Poytner Redfern was a partner with his father John Redfern and brother Ernest Arthur Redfern Russell in the fashion House of Redfern in Cowes, London, Paris and New York etc. He was the favourite designer for Queen Alexandra when she was Princess of Wales and Queen. "...The influential Institut Français de la Mode places John Redfern firmly in the forefront of fashion:
“The legacy of John Redfern may actually define clothing in the 20th Century. The intellectual lineage of Redfern is monumental and exemplary of the entire history of 20th century clothing. John Redfern mentored Charles Poynter Redfern who, in turn, mentored Robert Piguet, who mentored Christian Dior – who led the line to Yves Saint Laurent”...." from also see

Joseph Jnr and Jonathan's father Joseph Redfern Snr lived at Steeple House near Wirksworth and the "Derby Mercury" mentions him at Steeple House as early as 1757. Some strange goings on seem to take place at Steeple House such as wrestling matches and cock fighting during the 1750's and 60's. Joseph married his relative Hannah Cellars (Sellers) who was the daughter of Abraham Cellars (Sellers) and Esther Shepherd (Sarfati). Joseph Redfern's father John Redfern also is mentioned as living near Ashbourne in 1735 (possibly at Steeple House). He was involved in horse racing as mentioned in the "Derby Mercury" of September 4 1735. His horse was called "Lady Legs". It was to run in a five Guinea prize race on Shirley Common near Ashbourne. John Redfern married a relative Grace Alvares the daughter of Joseph Alvares (son of Aaron Alvares and Hester de Fonseca). Her Portuguese/ Spanish name was Gracia and her Hebrew name Chana. She was known as Grace. She was a relative of her husband and like him descended from families who had settled in Recife under the Dutch. They were also settlers in Jamaica and Nevis. They descended from the New Christian Duarte Henriquez Alvares of the Canary Islands who went to London. Duarte Henriquez Alvares aka Daniel Cohen Henriquez. He married a second or third time to Leila Henriquez (Beatris de Vega) of Amsterdam. The Alvares family of London were descended from his sons David , Daniel, Isaac and Joseph (Jose Antonio) from his first marriage to Beatriz da Torres around 1620. The Henriquez family from his Amsterdam marriage in 1656. He had been in England in 1646 (as Henry Alvares) as part of the secret Marrano community, he returned to Spanish territory and was an official in the Canary Islands before leaving for England again around 1653-6. Some of his sons by his first marriage settled in the Dutch Recife before returning to Amsterdam in 1654 and then moving to Jamaica, Nevis and London as merchants.

John Redfern's father Thomas Redfern (Tomas Fonseca) lived near Kniveton and Ashbourne in Derbyshire. His wife Ann (Chana Ruth) was from a Jewish family of Sarfati Pina (anglicised to Shepherd) who like the Fonseca's had lived in Dutch-ruled Recife in the mid 17th century but in 1654 returned to Amsterdam and then moved to England as merchant traders after 1670. Ann (Ruth) was born in Tibshelf in 1703. She was the daughter of Jacob Sarfati de Pina (aka James Shepherd) and Chana Fonseca the sister of Isaac Fonseca (aka Isaac Redfern). Her father Jacob was the son of Joshua (Tomas) Sarfati de Pina whose father Benjamin Sarfati de Pina had been a Jewish settler with his brother Aaron in Recife Brazil in 1636. He returned to Amsterdam in 1654 and later went as a merchant trader to Britain and settled there. Benjamin was the grandson of Tomas Nunes de Pina who took the name Joshua Sarfati in the synagogue in Amsterdam. Thomas Redfern was involved in the cloth dying industry in Uttoxeter. His widow may have remarried a clergyman and moved to Steeple House after 1727. She married John Barton and they had a daughter called Ruth Barton (b.1740). She died at Steeple House around 1755.

Thomas's father Isaac Fonseca (George Redfern) was a Sefardi Jewish merchant in London in the 18th century. He bought a property in the Wirksworth Hundred area of Derbyshire and assumed the name of George Redfern. Redfern was a surname found in the region. Many of the Redferns of Derbyshire descend from him. They were part of the crypto-Jewish community which especially in their rural seats outside London they kept Jewish customs secretly in the home while outwardly for social reason observing the Anglican niceties of the Established Church and quietly attended the Jewish synagogues in the major centres such as Liverpool, London, Manchester, Bristol etc. Thomas had secretly been trained by his father as the crypto Jewish Hazzan (worship leader) for the crypto- Jewish community in Derbyshire. He led a minyan at Steeple House for the crypto Jews. The coming and going at Steeple House with its gambling activities provided a good cover for the Jewish activities. Many of his descendants were secret Hazzans or "Rabbis" trained by their fathers. They ran public houses (inns or pubs) which doubled as a secret synagogue or minyan for the crypto Jewish community.

"Wirksworth Hundred (which continued to known as Wirksworth Wapentake until the eighteenth century, after the alternative form had been abandoned for the other hundreds) stretches across the southern half of the limestone (or White') Peak from Matlock in the east to Ashbourne in the west, together with a northern extension which includes the large parish of Hartington on the Staffordshire border. Although most of the hundred remains rural, the district has a long history of mining and quarrying for lead, limestone and other minerals, and in the Derwent valley saw the introduction of water-powered cotton spinning in the late eighteenth century." from

Isaac was descended from a family of Jewish merchants based in London but involved with trade in Jamaica, Curaco, Barbados, India and other parts of the British trade empire. His  wife Alice Millington belonged to a family that was part of a network of Jewish Marrano families who had settled in England who had formerly been settlers and merchants in Dutch Brazil (Recife) as well. Alice or Alicia married Isaac Fonseca de Recife (aka George Redfern) of London and they settled in Derbyshire where the Millington (Dias de Millao) had originally settled after they left Dutch Brazil and Amsterdam. Alice's grandfather Rowland Millington aka Rodrigo Dias de Millao aka Reuven was born into a Jewish Marrano family that had suffered under the Inquisition in Portugal. His father Manuel Cardoso de Millao (b.1571) settled in Pernambuco (Recife) Brazil in 1590 and was involved in a trading co-operative with other local Marrano families. In 1592 Manuel was joined by his brother Gomes (Daniel), in 1606 Gomes returned to Portugal and he was replaced by his younger brother Antonio (Aaron). After the burning of his father Henrique Dias de Millao in 1609 Manuel went to London to live and work but he had returned to Brazil by 1612. When the Dutch from 1630 ruled Recife Manuel and his family openly reverted to Judaism. Manuel (also known as Manuel Teixeira) and his brother Gomes (known as Daniel Abensur) opened a diamond trading business in Amsterdam and Manuel died in Hamburg in 1644. Manuel married his much younger relative Sara De Caceres. 

Isaac Fonseca (aka George Redfern)'s grandfather Isaac (b.1642 Recife) was the son of Joao de Fonseca (also known as Capitao (Captain) Joao De Fonseca Vila Boas). Joao (Jacob) was the eldest son of Rabbi Isaac Aboab de Fonseca by his first wife Esther Querido. As a teenager he went to live with his Fonseca relatives in Lisbon where he became a merchant trader. He settled in Brazil as a wealthy sugar plantation owner in Pernambuco (Recife) in Brazil with his relative Balthasar Fonseca when he was about 20 years old under the Dutch. His father joined the settlement in 1642. After the end of the colony around 1654 he moved with his father Rabbi Isaac back to Amsterdam and then moved to London as a merchant trader. He had at least four sons with his wife Sarah Querido (his first cousin): Isaac, Jacob, Moses and Abraham de Fonseca. In 1666 his father Rabbi Isaac Aboab Fonseca now the Chief Rabbi of Amsterdam accepted the claims of Sabbatai Zvi.  Rabbi Isaac died in 1693.

The traits and addictions have deep roots in our family histories and we need to receive deep healing prayer in order to cut us off from the inherited negative traits with a healing of the family tree. We can redo all our ancestors and their acts in Divine Will through prayer and thus turn darkness into light and negative into positive fruit for souls and the kingdom of God.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Khagans of Khazaria Family Trees

Khazar Khagan Tree

Friday, October 10, 2014

The Sacred Lady Khagan Beks of Khazaria

The formation of the Khazar Kingdom began when Ziebel (Zebulon) a Prince of one of the Gokturk Ruling Houses (R1a ydna Ephraimite) (descended from Istemi a half-brother of Bumin) married the Jewish Princess Georgia of Iberia (H2 mt-dna) of a branch of Princesses descended from the Jewish Nephthalite (Hephthalite/ Tribe of Naphtali) King Khurad (N-ydna). They followed a simplified non-Talmudic form of Judaism. 

Istemi and Bumin shared the same mother Ashina Tuwu by two different husbands. Bumin or Benjamin's father was descended from Jiang or Ji Princes of China who were descendants of the Tribe of Benjamin (Q ydna). Istemi's father was a Slav Prince (R1a ydna) of the Tribe of Ephraim.

Ziebel's Hephthalite descended General became the first Khazar Tarkhan by marrying the Ashina Princess the daughter of Kubrat or Kurt the Wolf-King of the Bulgars and his wife Lady Tamana Ashina (H7 y-dna). Princess Ashina of the Bulgars became the first Khazar Sacred Khagan Bek. At first the Khagan Bek was selected by the two Royal Houses of Ashina and Kedi. When the Chinese Empress Wu Wetian arranged the marriage of her granddaughter Mulu (Meral) to the Khagan of Khazaria a third Royal House was added to the selection. 

Ashina developed from the Israelite Warrioress Mother Shekhinah associated with the Sapphire Blue Brickwork. Ashina can mean blue as well as She-Wolf. In Turkish mythology Ashina the She-Wolf is connected with the colour blue. Bumin is a form of Benjamin and the Queens of Zhou were intermarried with men of the tribe of Benjamin whose emblem was the Wolf (Zevi or Zebi).

 The She-Wolf (Zeba) refers to Benjamin's mother Rachel who is an embodiment of the Shekhinah and the concept of the Kingdom or Queendom (Mandate of Heaven). She is also associated with the Earth Mother Goddess Gazar Eej or Eje. The word Gazar meaning earth. The name Gazar is the origin of the name Khazar. The Khazars were the people of Gozara or Kozara the Earth Mother who was embodied mystically and spiritually in the person of the Khazar sacral Queen Mother the Khagan Bek. She was also called Umay or Mystical Womb and Ana as the Lady or Goddess of Fire. 

The Bek in Khagan Bek (Khagana ReBeka) is a shortening of Rebecca (Ribkah) which some scholars such as Albright associate with the Aramaic/ Hebrew Ribiku which means soil or earth and was a name for the Earth Goddess of the pre-Abrahamic Hebrews. Rachel originally meant (womb of God) connected with the word Rachem [womb or literally womb (rakh) mother (em)] which in turn is associated with rachum (compassionate mercy). Jewish liturgy calls God haRachamim (the Compassionate merciful One). Like Elohim it is in the plural reflecting the fact that the essence (atzmut / ousia) of Elohim (literally Gods) is a Divine Womb [s] that is in three uncreated persons (partzufim) or lights (Tzachtzachot). The Earth Mother [Shekhinah/ Sophia] is a created immaculate icon/ lattice/ mirror of that Divine Wombs as the earthly womb.

Gozara is a shortening of "Gozan Ara" (Land of Gozan) the place of Exile that the Israelites were moved to by the Assyrians. Velikovsky identifies Gozan with Kazan and the River Volga. Gozan in Hebrew can also mean "cut off from the stone" alluding again to the sapphire stone of the brick pavement under the feet of the God of Israel.

1. Ashina I (Asena) She-Wolf b.639 (daughter of  Kurt (Kubrat) The Wolf King of the Bulgars and Lady Tamana Ashina) married Alp (Aleph) Tarkhan of Khazaria

2. Agatha I (Anastasia) The Cat (Chatul/ Kedi) b.650 (daughter of Jewish Princess Georgia of Iberia and Ziebel of the Khazars) married Igi Shebi Tarkhan Bet of Khazaria

3. Meral I The Deer Queen (Wang Lu) b.670 married Hazer Tarkhan Gimel (son of Khagan Tarmach of Khazaria)

4. Ashina II (daughter of Aysha of Khazaria and Tervel Ruler of the Bulgars) b.680 married Tarkhan Dalet (son of  Khagan Barjik of Khazaria)

5. Agatha II Rebeka (Barsbek) The Khagan Bek married Bulan the Tarkhan Hei of Khazaria (son of Hazer Tarkhan  and Meral I )

6. Meral II (daughter of Princess Geyik (sister of Bulan) and Khagan Kurt of Khazaria (son of Barjik) married Tarkhan Vav (son of Bulan and Barsbek)

7. Ashina III (daughter of Princess Karota of Khazaria and Sevar Ruler of the Bulgars) married Tarkhan Zayin (son of Meral II and Tarkhan Vav)

8. Agatha III Kedi (daughter of Princess Jidha (Judith) of Abkhazia and Khagan Chunukah (Chenoch) of Khazaria) married Tarkhan Chet (son of Khagan Hezekiah of Khazaria and Princess Rebeka Meral).

9. Meral III (daughter of Princess Rebeka and Khagan Hezekiah) married Tarkhan Tet (son of  Khagan Chanukah and Princess Jidha)

10. Ashina IV (daughter of Princess Bahira and Khagan Isaac) married Tarkhan Yod (son of Meral III and Tarkhan Tet)

11. Agatha IV (daughter of Princess Khatun and Khagan Manasseh I) married Tarkhan Kaf (son of Khagan Isaac and Bahira)

12.Meral IV (daughter Princess Geyik (Jik) and Khagan Manasseh II) married Tarkhan Lamed (son of Tarkhan Yod and Ashina IV Khagan Bek)

13. Ashina V (daughter of  Princess Ashina and Khagan Zechariah) married Tarkhan Mem (son of Tarkhan Kaf and Agatha IV Khagan Bek).

Monday, October 6, 2014

The Wang She-Wolves of China

In a previous post I wrote about how H7d mt-dna came to Bulgaria with the Bulgarian Empress Kosara, the wife of Czar Samuil. In researching this I was to discover Kosara's maternal ancestry to be connected to the Ashina or Asena Clan of the so-called Turkish Khans and the Khazar Kings. Ashina means "she-wolf" and the themes of the wolf and she-wolf is found throughout the history of these ancestors of Kosara. The name Kosara or Kozara coming from the title of the Lady of the Khazars.

The trail of these Ashina she-wolves takes us back to the time of the Chinese Empress Ashina and into Chinese history to Lady Wang. In researching Lady Wang I discovered that the whole history of the dynasty of female Wangs (Queens) had been hidden and rewritten by Chinese scribes and historians. The first Emperor of the Qin or Jin patriarchy of China destroyed all the literature of history, poetry and philosophy that didn't agree with the new dominant patriarchal and legalist philosophy of the State. 

I had already before in other articles written about the coming to China of the remnant of the exiled tribes of Manasseh, Asher and Gad under the Israelite's last King Hosea (the Yellow Emperor) of the Tribe of Manasseh (R1a-Z93 y-dna) and his wife's connection with Hsi-Wang-Mu (Queen Mother of the West). I also wrote of how the Tribes of Gad and Asher belonged to O ydna. I have also written of the Manassehite Horse Warriors moving from Western China into the north-east and establishing the Xionghu Empire from which the Cumans descend. The Turkish peoples come from a mix of these Tribes of Benjamin (Q ydna), Manasseh and Ephraim (R1a ydna), Gad and Asher (O ydna), Naphtali and Dan (N ydna), Sons of Leah (R1b ydna) and others such as the Syrian G ydna.

The Empress Kosara was the daughter of John Chryselios the Byzantine Ruler of Durres (Dyrrhachium) in Albania and his Jewish wife Mirela of Durres. Mirela's mother Kozara (b.913) was a daughter of King Benjamin of the Jewish Khazars and his wife Queen Ashina (b.895). Khagan Benjamin was a warrior king who had to fight against numerous nations allied against him as well as the Khazarian Muslims who were becoming a law unto themselves during his reign with the Alans (at this time many of the Alans were Jews) being his only supporters.  His daughter Kozara married the Byzantine Governor of Dyrrhachium (Durres) Leo Rhubduchus who was of Jewish Radanite and Khazar ancestry connected to the family descended from Byzantine Emperor Leo IV the Khazar.

Queen Ashina of the Khazars was the daughter of Princess Anna of Bulgaria and her husband Prince Swatopulk of the Moravian Khazars (son of Marot of Moravia son of Mojmir Khazar Duke of Moravia uncle of Marot (Marovec/ Moses) King of the Bihar Khazars and Khazaria). Queen Ashina's sister married Leszek I Grand Duke of Poland. Princess Anna was the daughter of Czar Boris I of Bulgaria and Princess Mirel (Marija) of the Khazars. 

 King Moses Marot of Khazaria established the Khazar Kingdom of Bihar on the borders of  modern day Hungary and Romania. His uncle Mojmir led a group of Bihar Khazarians to Moravia where he became the Jewish Khazar Duke of the Moravian Khazars and ancestor of the later Dukes of Moravia.  Mojmir's son Sveti (Holy) Marot (Svetimir) was the Jewish Duke of the Moravian Khazars and his other son Ratislav became a Christian under the influence of the Holy Roman Emperor Louis the German who supported him as the Duke of Moravia. Ratislav invited the saints Cyril and Methodius to teach the new Christians of Moravia. Ratislav would later fall out with Louis and the Franks and fight many battles with them. 

Marot's son Swatopulk (Svatopluk) at first served under Ratislav as the Prince of the Moravian Khazars but later he turned on his uncle and became the Duke with the support of the Emperor Carolman. However in 871 the Emperor imprisoned him and the Moravians invited Slavomir to be the new Duke of Moravia believing Swatopulk to be dead. Slavomir or Sloven was a Obrotrite Prince whose mother Meral (Mirel) was a sister of Khagan Moses Marot (Marovec). He married Rahmia a sister of Rurik's wife Efanda and they were the grandparents of Igor I Ruling Prince of Kiev. His father Prince Witzlaus of the Obotrites (Bogislav or Bodrog) came with his brother-in-law Mojir to Moravia. In 880 Swatopulk converted to Catholicism in order to receive Papal support.

Empress Marija (Miral/ Meral) of Bulgaria was the daughter of King Zechariah of the Khazars (son of Manasseh II of the Khazars and brother of Khagan Nisi) and Queen Ashina (Princess of Bulgaria born about 820). In 866 Marija and her husband Czar Boris I of Bulgaria were baptised with many of the leading citizens. They took the baptismal names of Marija (Mary) and Mihal (Michael). Empress Marija's sister Ashina V was the last sacral Khagan Bek to reign in Khazaria. She went to Bihar with her uncles where she became the sacral Kende of Bihar and Hungary.  Her daughter Kozara or Kurszan succeeded her as Kende (Kundu/ Kandake). On her death in 904 the women of the Royal lineage decided that the Sacral Queen Mother should be kept a secret among the women. They selected Princess Anna of Bulgaria the wife of Swatopulk of the Moravian Khazars. In a sense the sacral Khagan Bek of the House of Ashina was restored secretly to Khazaria when Anna's daughter Ashina became the Queen of the Khazars when she married King Benjamin. The sacral House of Kedi went south and the House of Meral (Wangjila/ Ongrat/ Khongirad) into the East where they would become the maternal clan of the Mongols.

In 741 in the time of Tarkhan Bulan and his son the Khagan Sabriel Baghatur Bihar the Royal Men and the leading nobles had publicly embraced the Tengri-Turko-Judaism followed by the Sacral Queen Khagan Beks. Sabriel married Serakh a princess of the Exilarch family who reared her son Khagan Obadiah (Ovadia) in a more observant form of Judaism followed by the Davidic family which was less rigid than the Judaism of the Rabbis. The Royal family became divided between these two forms with Obadiah's son Hezekiah and many of the nobles following the older Tengri- Judaism and his other son Chanukah (Chenoch) following the Davidic observances. The Davidic branch became more Rabbinic in observances and when Manasseh II died his brother Moses Marot who was married to a Princess who followed the Tengri form reversed the Rabbinisation process which led to his nephew Zechariah opposing him in 860 and seizing the throne and enforcing Rabbinic Judaism on the whole of the ruling class of the Khazar Empire. Until about 860 the bulk of the Jewish Khazars followed the Judeo-Turkish religion that was pre-Talmudic that referred to the one God as Tengri and the Shekhinah/ Sophia as Kozara Imma (Gazar Eje). Thus the conversion of the Khazar and Bulgar peoples to Christianity was from this Judeo- Turkish form of Judaism not Rabbinic Judaism. The Christian devotion to the Madonna attracted them especially the Black Madonnas. 

 Moses (Marot/ Marovec/ Almos) uncle Mojmir also favoured the Tengri-style Judaism. Three groups of the Khazars (known as Kabars) left Khazaria and Moses Marot went to the Khazar Kingdom of Bihar in Hungary. He became the Khazar King of Bihar and the Governor of Hungary. The Hungarians remember him as Duke Almos of Hungary. His uncle Mojmir led a group of Khazars to Moravia. Marot's son Arpad became the Khazar Ruler of Hungary after his death in 895 and his other son Aaron the Khazar King of Khazaria in 870. 

On the death of their cousin Nisi ben Manasseh in 870 Aaron I was invited to become the Khazar Khagan of Khazaria. His son Menachem who was known as Menumarot became the King of Bihar after his grandfather's death in 895. Menachem succeeded to the Kharazia throne on the death of his father around 906. He fought many battles with his brother Arpad and cousin Duke Zoltan of Hungary over Bihar's independence from Hungary. After being defeated in 904 he gave his daughter Princess Men to Zoltan to marry. When he departed for Khazaria Zoltan became the Ruler of Bihar. As King of Khazaria he embraced Rabbinic Judaism in 885 as his father Aaron had before him. 

Queen Ashina (wife of King Zechariah of Khazaria) was the daughter of Omurtag the Great Khan of Bulgaria and his wife Malamira (Mirel) of the Khazars the daughter of King (Khagan) Isaac of the Khazars and his wife Queen Bahira (b.782). Khagan Isaac's brother Tarkhan Tet was the husband of Meral III Khagan Bek of the Khazars a Maternal descendant of Bulan's sister Geyik (daughter of Meral (Mulu) I.

Queen Bahira was the daughter of King (Khagan) Hezekiah of the Khazars (son of King Obadiah) and his wife Queen Marota (Marada) (b. 755) the daughter of Prince Tarmach of Khazaria (the son of King Sabriel Bihar) and  Princess Agata of Bulgaria (b.735). Princess Agata was the daughter of Sevar, the Ruler of Bulgaria and his wife Karota of Khazaria (b.707) the daughter of Prince Tarmach of Khazaria (the brother of Tarkhan Bulan of Khazaria) and his wife Princess Agata of the Bulgars. 

Princess Agata (b.683) was the daughter of Tervel, Ruler of the Bulgars and his wife Aysha of Khazaria (b.665) the daughter of Alp Tarkhan of the Khazars and his wife Asena (Ashina). Princess Asena (she-wolf) (b.639) was the daughter of Kurt (the Wolf) or Kubrat (b.600) King of the Bulgars and Tamana [the daughter of Heshana Khan (Ashina Daman) and Princess Dula]. Princess Dula (b.602) was the daughter of Ishbara the fifth Khagan of the Eastern Turkic Khanate and his wife Princess Qianjin (Dayl) of the Northern Zhou. Kubrat or Kurt was a paternal line descendant of Bumin the Bejaminite (Q ydna) Khaghan of the Gokturks and his mother was a Princess of the Dulo Clan.  These Benjaminite Princes were rulers of the Eastern Gokturks and over the Bulgars whose populations were of other ancestry. The Western Gokturks and the Khazars were ruled by a dynasty of Ephraimite Princes descended from the Slav Prince Istemi the half-brother of Bumin. Some of the descendants of these Benjaminite and Ephraimites Princes went to Scandinavia and as the Normans into Britain. 

Artist impression of the red-haired Loulan Beauty of China

Princess Qianjin (b.582) of Northern China was the daughter of Yuwen Zhou [a brother of the Emperor Wu, husband of the Empress Ashina] and Princess Qianjin Ashina (b.560). Princess Qianjin Ashina was the daughter of Taspar Khagan the fourth Khagan of the Gokturks and his Chinese wife Princess Qianjin (b.545). Princess Qianjin was the daughter of the Emperor Xiaomin of Northern Zhou and his wife the Empress Yuan Humo. 

The Empress Yuan Humo (b.530) was the daughter of the Emperor Wen of Western Wei and his wife Princess Bumina (b.515) the daughter of Bumin First Khagan of the Gokturks and his wife Princess Changle of Western Wei (b.497) a sister of Yuwen Tai Emperor of Western Wei. Changle was the daughter of Prince Yuwen Gong and his wife Lady Wang. Lady Wang was the same person as the Empress Wang Shaoming of Southern China. After her first husband was removed from being Emperor in 494 they were demoted and she fled to northern China as Lady Wang after his murder later that same year. She was a maternal granddaughter of the Empress Wang Zhenfeng who was wife to the Emperor Ming of Southern China. Empress Wang Zhenfeng (b.436) was a maternal granddaughter of the Empress Yuan Qigui whose mother was Lady Wang a concubine of her father. 

Lady Wang was a Princess of the Jin Dynasty that had been overthrown in 420. It was at this time that the history of the powerful Regnant Queens of the Zhou Dynasty was rewritten by the scribes of the Liu Song Dynasty as male kings. Lady Wang was the younger sister of the Empress Wang Senai (b.384). Their mother was Princess Xinan of Southern China the daughter of the Emperor Jianwen and his Consort Xu who was a sister of the Empress Wang Fahui (b.360). Xu and Fahui were the maternal granddaughters of the Empress Du Lingyang (b.321). Du Lingyang's mother was Lady Pei a granddaughter of the Empress Jia Nanfeng (aka Wang Jia of Zhou/ Ji Zhao).

The scribes have created a falsified background for Jia Nanfeng and demonised her reputation. She was the heiress of the last and 36th of the Regnant Queens of the Zhou Dynasty Wang Nan who lost in battle with the male ruled Jin Dynasty. Queen Nan after her defeat was given the name Guo Huai and married to Jia Chong. Ji or Jia Nanfeng was married to the Emperor's son who later became the Emperor Hui. The traditional dates state that Zhou fell to Jin (Qin) forces in 256 BC but the true date was more like 256 AD. 

Queen Nan the 36th Monarch's ancestor the first Queen of Zhou was descended from the Yellow Emperor who was the last King of Israel Hosea (Huaxi/ Osee/ Huangdi) and his wife Kushi (Kashi) the daughter of Amah-te (Terasu) the 6th/7th century BC of H mt-dna. H7 and H6 mt-dna were to occur in the female lines of this dynasty. The line we follow is the H7 which probably began around 400 BC.

King Hoshea of Israel the Yellow Emperor of Western China
King Osee was known as Susanoo to the Japanese. He married Princess Kushi the daughter of the Prince of Asher (Nasi Asher/ Ashi-nadzuchi) and his wife Amahterasu (Amah-Te) the daughter of the Queen Mother of the West, Hephzibah of Judah (Hsi-Wang-Mu / Izanami), and her husband King Hezekiah of Judah (Izanagi). Queen Kushi's brother Prince Ame of Asher (Ashi/ Oshi) was the ancestor of Jimmu (Ji-mu) the first Japanese Emperor or Empress (c.400 BC). 

The name Wang can mean 'king' or 'queen'. Originally the name meant the dynasty descended from Hsi-Wang-Mu [the Queen Mother of the West or the Wolf Queen or She -Wolf (Ashina)]. The Zhou Dynasty was originally a female dynasty which later scribes turned into kings instead of Regnant Queen Mothers. Hephzibah (Egyptian name Hatshepsut) the Queen Mother of Judah was an Egyptian and Kushite Princess of the female line of Egyptian Princesses of H mtdna. Her father was Pharoah Shabaka of Egypt and Kush.

The so-called Eastern and Western Zhou are a female Dynasty of Warrioress Queens. Queen (Wang) Kushi was also called The White Empress Ku (which the scribes changed to the White Emperor Ku). Her consort husband was Qingdu. Their son was Houji or Changyi the leader of the Manassehite Warrior Horsemen. Another son was Yu Qi (Yao). Changyi's son Zhuanxu was claimed as the ancestor of the patriarchal Qin Dynasty. It is said he rebelled against the matriarchal system.

Empress Queen Ku Shi's daughter Queen Danfu (born about 560 BC) was the mother of Queen Jili. Danfu was also called Queen Tai (Taisi/ Zhou Tai Wang)) and is remembered as a Queen of stunning beauty. Jili's daughter was Queen Wen whose daughter was Queen Wu of Zhou (Zhou Wang Wu) (born 500 BC) and was also known as Ashina Tuwu and considered the first Queen (Wang) of Zhou. Her daughter Queen Cheng (Princess Song) of Western Zhou (the Wolf Kingdom) whose consort was King Shuyu (Shemo) of the Tribe of Benjamin.  Queen Song Cheng and Shuyu were the parents of Queen Kang of Zhou (b.460) and King Jin Houxie the ancestor of the Jin Dynasty of Chinese Emperors. They came from the West and came into conflict with the Shang people of China. Queen Cheng's three uncles rebelled against her and her aunt the Regent Duchess Dan of Zhou (Zhou Dan Gong)but were defeated.

Queen Kang followed her mother Queen Cheng’s policy and expanded the Zhou territory in the North and in the West. She also repressed a rebellion in the east. Her daughter was Queen Zhao who was not interested in politics but was tricked and drowned by her enemies. Her daughter Queen Mu (Princess Man) was an important Queen of Zhou who was born around 420 BC. She visited the homeland of the Amazon High Queen of Sheba which had a form of advanced science. She was succeeded by her daughter Princess Yuhi who was known as Queen Gong and she was succeeded by her daughter Queen Yi (Princess Jian). After her death her aunt Pifang Xiao was Queen followed Yi's daughter Queen Xie Yi of Zhou.

In the time of the 8th Queen of Zhou Xiao Pifang was established the Qin fief by Feizi. Lady Feizi's descendant Xiang was made the Duchess of Qin by Queen Ping of Zhou. The 18th Queen of Zhou was Xiang Zheng who married Lord Anguo of Qin son of the Queen Zhaoxiang of Qin. Their son Lord Jiren overthrew the Matriarchal rule and declared himself the male Queen (Wang) of Qin as Qin Zhuangxian Wang. His son Ying Zheng was the first male Chinese Emperor (huangdi) named for the so-called Yellow Emperor (Huangdi). From this time the male Emperors and the female Queens of Zhou would fight for supremacy. Queen Zhaoxiang was the daughter of the first Queen of Qin Huiwen (Huan). After the fall of the Qin as Emperors Ziying (Ying or Jing) was made the Duke of Qin. His descendants ruled as Dukes of Qin until the 3rd century. The Chinese dynastic histories are in need of major revision.

In the first century this feminine Wang Dynasty seized control of the male dominant Han. The 25th Queen Dao of Zhou (Princess Meng) was the sister of the Han Empress Wang Zhengjun. The Empress invited her niece Princess Mang of Zhou) (b. 60 AD) the daughter of Queen Meng Dao (Wang Man) to live in the Han court after her mother was murdered by her sister. The Chinese male dominated historians later changed her into a male Emperor.  Wang Mang's daughter the Empress Wang was married to the Han Emperor Ping. Wang Mang overthrew the Han Dynasty and declared herself the female Emperor. This was the beginning of her troubles which ended with her death at the hands of the young men of the capital killing her and her daughters and the other women of influence and restoring the male Han Emperor to the throne. 

Wang Mang's granddaughter Wang Jing Gai (born about 104 AD) was placed on the throne of Zhou as its 26th Queen Regnant after Wang Mang removed her murderous aunt Wang Zichao (who was not numbered as a Queen of Zhou).

This reconstruction of Chinese dynastic history redates the traditional interpretation. The Zhou dynasties begin post 600 BC and the battle between Shang and Zhou is dated around 500 BC.The Zhou Dynasty of female Monarchs lasted from 500 BC to 256 AD. The Han Dynasty is also in need of redating. The Han Dynasty began around 100 BC not 200 BC so most of the dates need to be adjusted by 75-100 years. Siam Qian the famous Chinese historian was writing after the time of Jesus Christ. The Bamboo Annals or Chronicles were buried with Queen Xiang of Wei in the early 3rd century and were found again in the mid 4th century (350 AD in the reign of Emperor Wu of Jin) which recorded that when the Emperor Zhao was 19 in 31 AD there was tian-da yi (the day the sky greatly darkened). This was the day of darkness of the crucifixion. They later interpreted this to mean year 19 of a King Zhao in the 10 century BC. The Emperor Zhao died the following year after tian-da-yi at age 20 in 32 AD. Trying to date anything using astronomical calculations before the 5th century BC due to the change in year length from 360 days to 365.25 days around 605 BC and other factors [as discussed by Velikovsky] is a difficult task.

This rediscovery of a Turko-Chinese feminine culture would explain the origin of the Chinese content in the tales of the Arabian Nights such as Aladdin who was Chinese and its emphasis on Romantic courtly love for one's Lady. These tales came to the West via the movement of the so-called Turkic tribes associated with the Ashina (She-Wolf) clan. The tales of the Jinn as a cross between angels and demons finds its origin in the tales of this feminine culture and its battle with the masculine culture of the Jin Dynasty of China. The linking of King Solomon and the Jinns comes from this influence of the Queen Mother of the West (Hephzibah of Judah) who was a descendant of King Solomon and his Egyptian wife (the sister of the Queen of Sheba). This feminine culture was greatly formed by the concept of the Lady Shekhinah embodied in a earthly woman found in the "Song of Solomon" and the wisdom literature.

This feminine mystique was suppressed in China after the 3rd century which lead to a certain lack of creativity and the static nature of Chinese development. We still see the deadly part of this downplaying of women in Chinese culture today with the killing of baby girls and the Chinese daughter becoming part of her husbands family rather than her own. The custom of footbinding was originally introduced to the beautiful Warrioress "Wang" women so that they could no longer be independent of the men. This custom under male dominance would gradually spread throughout Chinese society.

The original Queens descended from King Hosea (R1a-Z93 ydna) and Queen Kushi (H mt-dna) were blonde and red haired. The remnants of these people have been found in Western China with Caucasian mummies with red and blonde hair wearing tartan clothing. Today in Western China are found many red and blonde haired descendants of the ancient Chinese. The Han Chinese call Caucasians the big nosed red haired people and have a prejudice against them going back to the time of the Red haired Queens of Zhou. It is possible that the Loulan Beauty is one of the early members of the Wang Dynasty before they moved to Zhou from Western Desert Region of Xinjiang. It may be Queen Kushi herself for whom Kashi or Kashgar was named in Xinjiang Region of north-western China.

These red-haired Queens are associated with the wolf which was the emblem of the Tribe of Benjamin (Q ydna). The red wolf is to be found in North America where many of the Benjamites went from their kingdom in north-east Siberia where they encountered the red wolf which became associated with the Ashina Queens of Zhou. The later Ashina clan after 256 adopted the gray (or gray-blue) wolf of the East.

The Zhou Queens adopted the fengjian (feudal) system as a form of government. This system was introduced by Queen Mu Man of Zhou around 400 BC after her visit to the Amazon (Sheban/ Theban/ Sunda/ Mu/ Sin/ Send) homeland from which the system originated. The name Amazon actually referring to the matriarchal society of Zhou. Ama or Amah was a Nursing Mother and the Queens of Zhou were known as Amah-Zhou (ama-zu, amazon) as the mystical mother and Warrioress Queens. Later the Jin Dynasty took this fengjian system and patriarchalised it. 

At the head of this decentralized form of government was the Queen Mother (Wang or Wang Mu), then the Duchesses (gong), followed by the Marchionesses (hou), then the Countesses (zi) and the Baronesses (nan).  When many of these Amazons fled West to join the movement of the Gothic tribes into Europe they brought this feudal structure with them.

It has been hidden that the so-called dual kingship of the Turks of a spiritual ceremonial Ruler and a governing Ruler was originally based on the separate matriarchal houses of Northern China of the Queens of Zhou (Zhou Wang) and the Duchesses of Zhou (Zhou Gong). H7 mt-dna being the haplogroup of the Queens of Zhou and H6 mt-dna of the Duchesses of Zhou. But it was actually a Triune Monarchy as the Sacred Ceremonial Queen had a female left wing of mounted warrioresses led by the Duchess of Zhou and a  male right wing of mounted warriors led by the Chanyu of Xionghu. The Chanyu was also called Qinwang, Jinwang or Jinong as the male Queen (King). Among the Turks, Mongols and Khazars were found the titles of the Khagan, Khagan Bek, Khatun and Tarkhan. 

After their conversion to Judaism the Khazars called the male military Khagan the Malik (king) and the sacred Khagan (Empress) the Khagan Bek (Gibirah). The title Tarkhan was reserved for the husband of the Khagan Bek. The Sacred Khagan Bek (Empress) was selected from the ladies of the two female houses of Zhou and a third house. The first house of Ashina (She-Wolf/ Zeba [Hebrew]/ Mulang [Chinese])) mothers and the second house of Meral (female deer/ Ayala or Tzeba [Hebrew]/ Mulu [Chinese]) mothers. The third house is known as Khatun or Kedi originally coming from the Hebrew Chatul for Cat. These are the Cat mothers. The Khagans also often chose their Khatun (Queen/ Malka) from these three houses. The Princesses of the House of Kedi also used the title Khatun (Geveret).

There is no agreement among modern scholars whether the Khagan or the Khagan Bek is the military King of the Khazars. The Ashina mothers followed a pre-Talmudic form of Judaism that was passed on only to the daughters of the royal houses.  The King and the leading noblemen embraced this pre-talmudic Judaism in 741 as discussed above. They gradually embraced Talmudic Judaism as many Talmudic Jews entered Khazaria after their open embrace of Judaism.

The Ashina House descended from the Queens of Zhou were of H7 mt-dna descended from Khagan Bumin of the Gokturks' daughter Bumina. The Meral House descended from the Duchesses of Zhou were of H6 mt-dna from Meral the mother of Tarkhan Bulan. The Kedi (Cat) House descended from Barsbek (Rebecca) of H2 mt-dna. It is from her that the title Khagan Bek developed. Her husband Bulan's name meant elk. 

Tarkhan Bulan was the son of  Hazer Tarkhan and Queen Meral (Mulu of China). Queen Meral was a female line ancestor of Hoelun the mother of Genghis Khan. Hoelun and Meral in turn was descended from the Lu Wang (Deer Queens or Kings) or Khongirads (Wangjila in Chinese) who were descended from the Duchesses of Zhou whose state was called Lu and they were known as the House of Lu (Deer). 

Meral (Mulu) was a sister of Empress Lu of China. They were the daughters of Li Xian Prince of Lu and his wife Lady Xiangyang (b. 650). It is through the H6 mt-dna Khongirad/ Mongol Queens and Princesses that H6 is so populous and widespread. In order to truly read the dna evidence one needs to ignore the evolutionary influenced dating of dna and archeological/ historical cultures. H6 did not originate 40,000 years ago but about 2,400-2,600 years ago. It did not enter Europe 5,000 years ago but within the last 1000 years.

Lady Xiangyang was the granddaughter of  Princess Xiangyang the daughter of Empress Taimushunsheng, the daughter of Princess Xiangyang of Northern Zhou (b.550). Princess Xiangyang was the daughter of Emperor Yuwen Tai and Lady Wang. Lady Wang was the daughter of Lady Lu (b.505). Lady Lu was the granddaughter of Princess Xunyang daughter of the Empress Lu Huinan (b.412). Her mother was Lady Wang. Lady Wang was the daughter of Lu Wang the Deer Queen. The Lu Wang (Deer Queens) were the descendants of Duchess Qing of Zhou who had gone into the north-West of China under Xionghu overlordship after the defeat of Zhou in 256 AD. Duchess Qing of Zhou was descended from Princess Dan the first Amazon Warrioress Duchess of Zhou the younger sister of Wu Fa the first Queen of Zhou. 

The philosopher-troubadours of Zhou were called Shi and served in the courts of these Amazon Queens, Duchesses, Marchionesses, countesses and Baronesses. In the most creative period they speak about 100 schools of philosophy contending which later narrowed to 9 and then with male dominance to only 3. The traditional dating of Chinese events would place the great philosopher Mozi (Moses) of the Mohist school of philosophy in the Zhou Dynasty in the 5th century BC whereas he lived in the first or second century AD. He was influenced by the Greek sophists. He lived in the Zhou state of Lu ruled by the Duchesses of Zhou (Deer Dynasty). His family had moved east with other Jews or Jewish Christians when the Romans had expelled the Jews from Palestine. Confucius is dated traditionally to the 6th century BC but lived in the 1st century BC or early 1st century.

The word Troubadour comes from trobar or truvor. Rurik the First Ruling Prince of the Rus in the 9th century was accompanied by Truvor who was later said to be his brother but was in fact his Khazarian (Kabarian) Troubadour. Truvor (or Tuvan) was the Chinese Troubadour (Sineus Truvor) of Rurik's wife Efanda who was a Khazar Princess the daughter of  Marot (Marovec/ Moses) the Khagan or King of Bihar Khazaria (b.830) [ son of Khagan Zebulon of Khazaria] and his wife Khatun [granddaughter of Khagan Manasseh I of the Khazars]. On Rurik's marriage to Efanda he took the title Khagan and Tarkhan of the Rus. 

Rurik's mother Umay or Umila Khatun was the daughter of the Tarkhan (Dharkan/ Dag) Kaf of Khazaria and his wife Agatha IV Khagan Bek. Rurik's daughter Arika married Izbor of the Obotrites (N ydna) and they were the parents of Helgu (Oleg) the father of Prince Igor from whom the majority of the later Rurikvichi descend. Izbor was the son of Sloven or Slavomir II of the Obrotrites who descended from Witzlaus (Vidlas/ Vidal) I of the Obrotrites a son of the first [Alp] Tarkhan of Khazaria a Jewish Hephathalite (Nephthali/ Naphtali) descended General of the Gokturks. The first Khazarian Tarkhan was the son of  Nizar (Wazar/ Waraz) Tarkhan of Tokarestan. These Hephthalite Tarkhans are called Yida Taihan by the Chinese. They were descended from the Hephthalite Nezar (Naphtali or HaAyala Prince (sar/ zar) Ha Naftali Sar) Dynasty of Kapisa in Afghanistan.

Jewish ruled Hephthalite or Naphtalite Empire in 500 AD

After the fall of Zhou many of the Amazon woman and their menfolk moved West and influenced the so-called 10 Gothic nations that invaded Europe and the Roman Empire. In these cultures women played a much more powerful role in society. Others remained in the lands west of China and were influential among the Turks, Mongols and Cumans. It was this group that entered the Muslim world and led to the great flowering of spiritual and mystical Islam and the ideas of romantic courtly love that elevated upper class women in the lands of Islam in the medieval period especially in Islamic Spain which spread these ideas though the Troubadours into the southern Catholic lands. At the forefront of this movement were the remnants of the Davidic families and the Davidic Ladies found in Islamic, Catholic and Jewish communities.

Another group of Amazons went South to join the Amazon kingdoms in Australia (Sheba/ Sunda) and the Southern Indian Ocean. This group in the 16th century moved with the Australian remnants of Manasseh, Gad and Reuben to central Asia. Ancient Australia in the time of Job was known as Uz or Uzzu (which means strength or help). The female Ruler of Uzzu was known as Amah (Nursing Mother) and she was served by a militia of mounted women warriors which became known as the Amazons or the Helpers of Amah. They served the women of the Royal House and accompanied Hephzibah (Hatshepsut) the Sheban Queen-Empress of the South and her sister to Israel. King Asa of Judah (reigned 815-774) married the Amazon Ruler in Israel Azubah. Azubah was a widow of Lord Yeh of the House of Nathan in Egypt and she was also known as High-Queen (Amu-zu) Zabibe (Zenobia) of the Kedarites or Amazon Shebans. Her granddaughter Zibiah (Tzibiah/ Deer or Gazelle of God) of Beersheba was the wife of King Ahaziah of Judah. The Hsi in Hsi Wang Mu (Queen Mother of the West) was originally Tzvi (Deer or Gazelle). When these Deer Queens interacted with the Benjaminite Wolf Tribe in Western China one group changed the Tzvi to Zvi (Wolf). Zabibe or Tzi Bibi means the Lady Gazelle or Deer. The female House of the Deer goes back to Dinah the daughter of Jacob and Leah who is associated by the Greeks and Romans with Artemis (Diana) the daughter of Zeus (Jupiter) and Leto (Latona).

Solomon had given the Amazons at least two fortified cities Azuba and Zurah. Queen Mother Azubah's daughter was the Amazon Ruler of Zurah. Zurah married King Omri of Israel.  Their daughter was the infamous Athaliah (Addal) the Queen Mother of Judah. Her daughter Jehosheba (Josabeth) was the mother of Jehoaddan (Amazon Marchioness (Hou) Dan or Adan) the Queen Mother of Amaziah of Judah. Zu (Xu) or Zhou means 'help' in Chinese and Zhou in China was named for these Zuites led by their Amahs (Amu/ Nursing Mothers/ Wang Mu). 

China and all of the East and Southern Hemisphere were once subjects of the Great Mother High-Queen and Empress both matriarchal and patriarchal ruled societies. They believed in a more decentralised form of government that was to develop into the feudal (Fengjian) system. The human Great Mother was seen as a human mystical embodiment of the Shekhinah (Ashina) who was the Mystical Womb (Rakhem) of Compassionate Mercy and the Just Heavenly Queen Mother of Love. 

The forces of dominance resist the truly feminine because it is the rule of the Heart over the Head. The heartless republican, fundamentalist protestant, radical feminist or atheist fails to understand and appreciate the mystique and power of the truly feminine Queen Mothers in the figure of Our Lady or the Female saints as well as the devotional nature of the people to the late Queen Mother Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, our present Queen Regnant Elizabeth II, Diana, Princess of Wales the Queen of Hearts as well as to past Queens such as Victoria the Great White Queen -Empress, Elizabeth I the Virgin Queen, Mary Queen of Scots, Queen Boudicca etc. This feminine heart dimension elevates and ennobles the soul and causes it to look to beauty, truth and goodness and most of all to pure and mystical love. It is through the feminine heart that we can best perceive the strength, clarity, fruitfulness and authority of the masculine mind.

The Queenly House of Wang She-Wolves

Hsi-Wang-Mu Queen Mother Hephzibah of Judah and Princess of Kush and Egypt
Amah-Terasu Princess of Judah and Asher
Queen Kushi of Israel and Asher
Princess Danfu of Manasseh
Princess Jili Taisi (Jila)
Queen Wen of Bani Benjamin (born 520 BC)
Wu Fa 1st Queen of Zhou (Zhou Wang Wu/ Ashina Tuwu) the She-Wolf (Mu Lang) Queen
Cheng Song 2nd Queen of Zhou and Benjamin (born 480 BC)
Kang Zhao 3rd Queen of Zhou and Jin
Zhao Xia 4th Queen of Zhou
Mu Man 5th Queen of Zhou (born 420 BC)
Gong Yihu 6th Queen of Zhou (born 395 BC)
Yi Jian 7th Queen of Zhou (born 370 BC)
Yi Xie 9th Queen of Zhou (born 346 BC)
Li Hu 10th Queen of Zhou (born 320 BC)
Yuan Jing 11th Queen of Zhou (born 300 BC)
You Gongsheng 12th Queen of Zhou (born 275 BC)
Ping Yujiu 13th Queen of Zhou (born 250 BC)
Princess Xiefu of Zhou (born 226 BC)
Huan Lin 14th Queen of Zhou (born 200 BC)
Zhuang Tuo 15th Queen of Zhou (born 177 BC)sister of
Xi Huqi 16th Queen of Zhou (born 180 BC) aunt of
Hui Lang 17th Queen of Zhou (born 162 BC) 
Xiang Zheng 18th Queen of Zhou  (born 133 BC)
Qing Renchen 19th Queen of Zhou (born 105 BC)
Ding Yu 21st Queen of Zhou (born 80 BC)
Jian Yi 22nd Queen of Zhou (born 50 BC
Ling Xiexin 23rd Queen of Zhou (born 25 BC)
Jing Gui (Wang Jin) 24th Queen of Zhou (born 5 AD)
Dao Meng (Wang Man)  25th Queen of Zhou (born 30 AD
Wang  Mang the Empress Regnant of Han (born 60 AD died 127 AD)
Consort Empress Wang Dao of Han (b.86 AD)
Jing Gai 26th Queen of Zhou( 104 AD)
Yuan Ren 27th Queen of Zhou (born 127 AD)sister of
Zhending Jie 28th Queen of Zhou (129 AD)
Kao Wei 30th Queen of Zhou (born 147 AD)sister of
Weilie Wu 31st Queen of Zhou (b.155 AD)
An Jiao 32nd Queen of Zhou (born 163 AD) daughter of Kao Wei
 Xian Bian 34th Queen of Zhou (190 AD)
Shenjing Ding 35th Queen of Zhou (born 209 AD)
Nan Yan (Guo Huai) 36th Queen of Zhou
Jia Nanfeng (Ji) Empress of Jin China
Princess Wang Jin of China
Lady Pei
Empress Du Lingyang of China (b.321 AD)
Princess Jin
Lady Xu Consort of the Emperor
Princess Xinan of Southern China
Lady Wang (born 390)
Empress Yuan Qigui of Southern China
Princess Jin
Empress Wang Zhenfeng (b.436)
Princess Jin of Southern China (born 462)
Empress Wang Shaoming (Lady Wang)
Princess Changle of Western Wei Queen of the Gokturks (born 497)
Princess Bumina of the Gokturks (born 515)
Empress Yuan Humo of Northern Zhou (born 530 d.616)
Princess Qianjin (born 545)
Princess Qianjin Ashina of the Gokturks (born 560)
Princess Qianjin Dayl of Northern Zhou
Princess Dula of  the Turks (b.602)
Tamana Queen Consort of the Bulgars
Asena the She-Wolf Jewish Queen Consort of the Khazars (b.639)
Jewish Princess Aysha of the Khazars Lady of the Bulgars (b.665)
Jewish Princess Agata of the Bulgars and Khazaria (b.683)
Jewish Princess Karota of the Khazars and Lady of the Bulgars
Jewish Princess Agata of Bulgaria and Khazaria
Jewish Queen (Khatun) Marota (Marada) of Khazaria (b.755)
Jewish Queen Bahira of Khazaria (b.782)
Malamira (Mirel) Queen of Bulgaria and Jewish Princess of Khazaria
Jewish Queen Ashina of Khazaria Princess of Bulgaria
Empress Marija (Mirel) of Bulgaria Princess of the Khazars
Princess Anna of Bulgaria and Lady of the Moravian Khazars
Jewish Queen Ashina of Khazaria (b.895)
Jewish Princess Kozara of the Khazars Lady of Dyrrachium (b.913)
Mirela of Durres
Empress Kosara of Bulgaria

Another Artists impression of the Loulan Beauty of Western China

My revised dates of ancient history can be found in "Alternative History of Ancient Australia and Egypt"