Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Migrations of R1a Z93 ydna of Eastern Manasseh


King Osee (Hosea/ the Yellow Emperor) the last King of Israel or Samaria fled with his blonde and red headed warrior horsemen of Manasseh with contingents from the Tribes of Asher and Gad into the East beyond the reach of the Assyrians. The warrior horsemen eventually headed north and established the Kingdom of Xiongnu (the bearded men of Zion). This branch of Eastern Manasseh of R1a M417 became R1a Z93. They established a great Empire led by the Changyu (Warrior Horseman King). From this Siberian/Chinese homeland some clans of Z93 Manasseh (not Z94) moved West across the steppes of Russia and Poland and reached Britain and others went south to Pakistan. They followed a religion they called Tore or Toru (law) which was a mix of the Israelite religion with Shamanism. They were known as the Turks or Toruk as followers of the Toru. The Tengri (Blue Sky God) was seen to be embodied in the Chanyu who protected the Amazon or Zhou Queen (Wang) who was seen as the embodiment of Eje or Kozara the Mother Earth Goddess. In recent years archeologists have found the tombs and mummies of the ruling class of the Xiongnu in North Western China but of course using evolutionary methodologies they date the remains much too early. Dna tests on the remains demonstrate they are R1a ydna. The mummy of the red headed Loulan Beauty may be Queen Kushi (the wife of King Hosea of Israel) herself.

It would also seem that a contingent of the Tribe of Benjamin also went to China with Osee and the Tribe of Manasseh, Asher, Gad and Benjamin would intermarry there in their Chinese/Siberian Exile. This group of Benjamin was of Q1a ydna and Prince Shu Yu of Benjamin was the ancestor of the Jin dynasty and the Xianbei. Benjamin that remained with Judah in Palestine was of Q1b ydna of whom some would establish a Benjaminite Kingdom in Afghanistan after the Exile to Babylon. Thus there was a Siberian Q1a Benjaminite Kingdom to the north east of the Manassehite Xiongnu and some of the Benjaminites crossed to America. From Prince Ame of Asher the brother of Queen Kushi would descend the Xiahou family and the Emperors of Cao Wei and the Takamuko Clan of Japan of  O2 ydna. Thus we see that the lost Tribes of Israel were found in the far East as well as the far West. They lost their identity as Israelites becoming known as the Xiongnu (R1a Manasseh), Wei (O2 Asher), Han (O3 Gad) and the Xianbei and Jin (Q Benjamin), Hephthalites (N1c1 Naphtali) and Xionites (N1c2 Dan). Their Israelite queenly line and Tribe of Zhou or Amzhou was of H mt-dna.

One group of R1a Z94 moved from Western Xiongnu towards Russia while another group moved south to the area of Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. From there Z94 split into two groups one heading through Iran to Eastern Turkey (Anatolia) and the other going South to Sundaland (Indonesia) and northern Australia where they established a kingdom or Empire known as Mani or Manzi. To the South of Mani was the Reubenite or Rhadanite Kingdom in central Australia called Chabor on the shores of the Shallow Sea (Yam Rodud) and to the East of Mani was the southern white Gadite Kingdom. Both the Tribes of Gad and Asher were divided into white-skinned Gadites (Australia) and white-skinned Asherites (Japan) and the bronze-skinned Gadites (China) and the bronze-skinned Asherites (south east Asia). The white skinned Gadites over time became darker due to intermarriage with black women.

A group of Z94 known as Z2124 moved either from South western Xiongnu or from the Turkmenistan/Uzbekistan settlement towards Iran and Turkey (most likely the original Ottoman or Orguz Turks whose later Sultans belong to Z93 L657 ydna) and as Ottomans into Eastern Europe and other places. One group of Z2124 moved south into northern India as part of the Mugal Empire of India in the 15th century.  They were joined in India by the L657 branch of Z94 who had settled in northern Australia and Sundaland (Indonesia) though some of this branch may have come to India earlier in the time of the Emperors of the Three Indias in the Middle Ages (Y2351 clan of L657). Rajadhiraja Chola II (Jadaron Bagratuni/ Jatavarman) was the first Prester John and Christian Emperor of the Three Indies in the 12th century. At this time a contingent of the Mani went to the court of the Emperor led by Kaya or Kayi a son of Hanki or Hanok III King of the Rubani and Overlord of Greater Java (of R1a L657 ydna). Prince Kayi went north to the territory of the Orguz Turks where he became a Muslim and married a Princess of the Orguz Turks called Temura the daughter of Prince Kizil Bughe. Kayi and Temura were the great grandparents of Prince Atman or Atouman of the Orguz Turks. Atman became known as Osman or Othman the first Sultan of the Ottoman Turks.

Another group of L657 Manassehites (Y4 of L657) left Australia around 1530 AD with the R1b- U152 Reubenites via Arabia, the Persian Gulf, Iran and Afghanistan and Kazakhstan region. This was led by King Joseph of the Rubani, Mani and Gadi and his brother Prince David Rubani (who firstly went to Europe and escaped from the Inquisition prison in Spain to rejoin his people who were at this time in Arabia near the Persian Gulf before heading north east to Afghanistan and Russia). The Rubani belonged to U152 ydna, the Mani to R1a L657 ydna and the southern Gadi to O M119 ydna. The Royal House was R1a Z2124 ydna since the time of Dodi (David/Dewi) I whose father was a Jewish King or Prince of Telmas in the Indian Ocean. Some of the L657 from India also moved north to join their brothers in Kazakhstan area and some moved further West into China to Xinjiang (Y30 branch of L657). 

Many today of Z93 ydna of Eastern Manasseh are Muslim but after they are converted to the Catholic Faith through the intercession of Our Lady of Fatima they will be restored to their fellow Manassehites and Israelite status. Some of course are Jewish such as the Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu from the Ashenkazi Levite Clan from among the Jewish people descended from Z2124 ydna haplogroup of R1a Z93. We await the ingrafting of the Jewish people in the Catholic Church through the intercession of St Joseph and Our Lady of Zion. Many others are Christians including the Western Manassehites of R1a L664 ydna who will be reunited in one flock under one Shepherd (Pope) united with a Davidic Prince (the Great Monarch) as promised in Ezekiel 37.

Note: The interpretation of genetics and history in this post is based on a reconstruction that accepts that all humans today descend from Noah and his family who lived no more than 5,000 years ago who were descended from Adam and Eve who lived no more than 8,000 years ago. Thus all theories based on evolutionary ideas of modern man being 200,000 are considered mere storytelling based on evolutionary myth and fantasy. This distortion of evidence is wreaking havoc on the evidence of written and legendary histories of the nations. Thus the Irish tales of the Milesians coming from Spain and Egypt which occurred around 300 BC are dismissed but the same pattern is said to have happened thousands of years before. The movements of Tribes across the Russia steppes are ignored for the same journey set thousands of years earlier. My chronology is based on Velikovsky and the traditional Jewish chronology which I have adjusted by 40 years so that the destruction of the First Temple was in 460 BC (which is 586 in the modern chronology proposed by Academia and accepted unfortunately by Velikovsky and 422 in the Jewish chronology).

see The Wang She-Wolves of China

 The Lineage of the Royal House of the Tribe of Eastern Manasseh of Israel of R1a Z93 ydna

Hosea (Osee/ Huangdi/ Hauxie/ Sasanoo) Last King of Israel (Samaria) Tribe of Manasseh (b.630 BC)
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Houji or Changyi Father of the first Chanyu of Xiongnu (590 BC - )
son of Hosea (Osee/ Huangdi/ Hauxie/ Sasanoo) Last King of Israel (Samaria) Tribe of Manasseh
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Touman Chanyu (King) of Xiongnu (559 BC - )
son of Houji or Changyi Father of the first Chanyu of Xiongnu
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Modu (Moadun) Chanyu (King) of Xiongnu (540 BC - )
son of Touman Chanyu (King) of Xiongnu
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Laoshang Jiyu Chanyu (King) of Xiongnu (523 BC - )
son of Modu (Moadun) Chanyu (King) of Xiongnu
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Prince Duyai of Xiongnu (500 BC - )
son of Laoshang Jiyu Chanyu (King) of Xiongnu
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Chedihou King (Chanyu) of Xiongnu (479 BC - )
son of Prince Duyai of Xiongnu
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Hulugu King (Chanyu) of Xiongnu (460 BC - )
son of Chedihou King (Chanyu) of Xiongnu
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Huandi King (Chanyu) of Xiongnu (435 BC - )
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Hyuilui-Juankui King (Chanyu) of Xiongnu (412 BC - )
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Uyan-Guidi King of Xiongnu (390 BC - )
son of Hyuilui-Juankui King (Chanyu) of Xiongnu
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Bey/Bi King of Xiongnu aka Huhanye, Hūhánxié / hu-han-hsieh, Hu, Han-Sie/Hanxie (369 BC - )
son of Uyan-Guidi King of Xiongnu
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Chupu-NoTi King of Xiongnu (345 BC - )
son of Bey/Bi King of Xiongnu aka Huhanye, hūhánxié / hu-han-hsieh, Hu, Han-Sie/Hanxie
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I-Fa Wu Yu-Ti King of Xiongnu (322 BC - )
son of Chupu-NoTi King of Xiongnu
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Shtongsi SuyGhuTi King of Xiongnu Lord the Mani (303 BC - )
son of I-Fa Wu Yu-Ti King of Xiongnu
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Kuchi QilinTi King of Xiongnu (275 BC - )
son of Shtongsi SuyGhuTi King of Xiongnu Lord the Mani
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Ghushi Shisu Quti King of Xiongnu Lord of the Mani (249 BC - )
son of Kuchi QilinTi King of Xiongnu
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Iltu UluTi King of Xiongnu (225 BC - )
son of Ghushi Shisu Quti King of Xiongnu Lord of the Mani
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Tuntuhe Siuan (Tang) King of Xiongnu (190 BC - )
son of Iltu UluTi King of Xiongnu
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Anguo of Qin and Xiongnu Chanyu (King of Xiongnu) (162 BC - 131 BC)
son of Tuntuhe Siuan (Tang) King of Xiongnu
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Zhuangxiang King of Qin Lord Jiren (141 BC - 107 BC)
son of Anguo of Qin and Xiongnu Chanyu (King of Xiongnu)
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Qin Shi Huang King of Qin and Emperor of China aka Zhao Zheng (119 BC - 70 BC)
son of Zhuangxiang King of Qin Lord Jiren
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Prince Fusu of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu Son of the Qin Emperor of China (100 BC - 70 BC)
son of Qin Shi Huang King of Qin and Emperor of China aka Zhao Zheng
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Kia (Kiya) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (75 BC - )
son of Prince Fusu of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu Son of the Qin Emperor of China
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Tengriqut King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (42 BC  - )
son of Kia (Kiya) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Tumen TENGRIQUT King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu ( - 35 AD)
son of Tengriqut King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Batur Tengriqut (Mag-Tun Khan) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu ( - 55 AD)
son of Tumen TENGRIQUT King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Kokkhan King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu ( - 73 AD)
son of Batur Tengriqut (Mag-Tun Khan) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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El'chishye (I-Chih-Hsieh) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (60 - 99)
son of Kokkhan King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Qutighu (Chu Ti Hou) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (83 - 133)
son of El'chishye (I-Chih-Hsieh) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Hulugu King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (105 - 166)
son of Qutighu (Chu Ti Hou) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Shuluy Qanghuy (Hsu-Lu-Ch'uan-Ch'u) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (129 - 185)
son of Hulugu King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Khukhenye I (Hu Han Yeh) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (152 - 195)
son of Shuluy Qanghuy (Hsu-Lu-Ch'uan-Ch'u) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Wu Chu Liu Jo Ti (Uchilonoti ) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (175 - 233)
son of Khukhenye I (Hu Han Yeh) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Khukhenye II King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (201 - 264)
son of Wu Chu Liu Jo Ti (Uchilonoti ) King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Prince Liu of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (226 - 282)
son of Khukhenye II King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Shi Chu Hou Ti Khan of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (250 - 310)
son of Prince Liu of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Shi Chu Tsu Khan of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (278 - 333)
son of Shi Chu Hou Ti Khan of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Shih Chu Chiu of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (300 - 352)
son of Shi Chu Tsu Khan of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Qanquy King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu (328 - 375)
son of Shih Chu Chiu of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Liu Tsugu Chief of the Mani Turks (365 - 398)
son of Qanquy King of the Mani Huns of Xiongnu
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Tusugu Mongsun of the Mani Turks (390 - 435)
son of Liu Tsugu Chief of the Mani Turks
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Ichichini Shihtu of the Mani Turks (425 - 470)
son of Tusugu Mongsun of the Mani Turks
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Hsien Khan of the Turks (469 - 495)
son of Ichichini Shihtu of the Mani Turks
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Mengen Khagan of the Turks (489 - 555)
son of Hsien Khan of the Turks
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Tayehu Khagan of the Turks (525 - 563)
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Togrul (Tong) Khagan of the Turks (559 - 628)
son of Tayehu Khagan of the Turks
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Irbis Khagan of the Turks (583 - 633)
son of Togrul (Tong) Khagan of the Turks
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Torak Han Khagan of the Turks (600 - 656)
son of Irbis Khagan of the Turks
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Ay Kutlug Khagan of the Turks (622 - 685)
son of Torak Han Khagan of the Turks
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Qimin Tur Khagan of the Turks (648 - 724)
son of Ay Kutlug Khagan of the Turks
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Prince Yasak of the Turks (690 - 768)
son of Qimin Tur Khagan of the Turks
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Tur Temur Khagan of the Turks (721 - 790)
son of Prince Yasak of the Turks
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Kara Khan Prince of Mani of the Khazars (765 - 820)
son of Tur Temur Khagan of the Turks
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Sungur Prince of Mani of the Khazars (815 - 868)
son of Kara Khan Prince of Mani of the Khazars
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Bulgay Prince of Mani of the Khazars (860 - 906)
son of Sungur Prince of Mani of the Khazars
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Turac Ortuk Prince of Oghuz Turks and Khazars (885 - 947)
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Bulshi Khan of the Oghuz Turks (909 - 974)
son of Turac Ortuk Prince of Oghuz Turks
Ancestor of Osman (Atman/ Atouman/ Othman) the First Sultan of the Ottoman Turks

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