This is a brief overview of the Khazarian infiltration of Alamut, [Kabul Pass], along with their assassination of the “Old Man in the Mountain”, at the same time as the usurpation of the Aksomite Kingdom of the Southern Nile was occurring. These events, briefly described in this post, are the key to understanding the present situation in the Middle East.
The main culprit is Rashid al Din Sinan b. Sulayman b. Muhamad Abu l’Hasan al Basri. This is the full name of Rashid Sinan.
The name ‘Sulayman’, together with Sinan indicates that he is a Jewish Arab of the Khazarian tribe who is from Basra. He died in A.D. 1193. From Rashid we get the modern Western name Rothschild. He was a member of the tribe of Khazarian or Khaz’rj Jewish Arabs known for their leadership in the slave trade.
He converted to Nizari Ismailism [Christian Arab] and entered their central headquarters at Alamut in Northern Persia. He became a close companion of the heir apparent to Alamut, the son of Hasan I, the future Hasan II. As became apparent later, he was a secret agent who established a corps of ‘Fidais’. Fidais are what we would call today secret ‘assassins’, though the word ‘assassin’ had a different meaning at the time. It’s very similar to the Spanish word ‘Federales’ and has basically the same meaning. They were trained to undertake missions to remove prominent enemies in secret. The reason for the secrecy is because those prominent enemies were great warriors (Guerreros) which we would call today the “Knights Templar”. They were responsible for assuring safety to merchants and pilgrims along the old Silk Road. After this infiltration, the assassination of the lead Shayk Hassan I resulted in unprecedented succession disputes. Hassan II, who had been strongly influenced by the crypto-Jew Rashid Sinan, took the place of Hassan I and became Lord of Alamut (Hassan II). Hassan II appoints Rashid as chief da’I in Syria when he began his reign in 1162. He dispatched Sinan to the Syrian Nazirite [Christian] community. The words Nazir and Nizar are the Arab terms for Christians. It’s an honorable name, indicating status of high priest. All of Syria and most of the Middle East, in fact much of the world was under the rule of Constantinople at that time and this was still considered to be the Roman Empire. It is a modern misconception that Rome “fell”. The fact is that the capitol of the Roman Empire was moved to Constantinople at a time when several Roman provinces still had their own ‘Pontifex’, but the Pontifex Rex was always the one who lived in the capitol city. This was according to Roman custom. There never was a conflict between Rome and Constantinople, but that is another story for another time.
Kahf was the major Nizari [Christian] stronghold in Syria in the Djabal Behra [Berat/Beirut] region of central Syria. It is not clear what city today is Kahf. Sinan taught his own version of the “Kyama” doctrine, which is what we now know as ‘Islam’ but which evidently never attained deep roots in the community at that time. Sinan Rashid was a contemporary of Christian King Amalric I [Omar?], and Salah al Din but Rashid did not play a major role, and his attempts at creating a new sect ended when he was evicted by the Christian army. There is no mention of any ‘crusade’ in Arabic literature written at that time. The records show that Christian Byzantines built churches, hospitals and schools throughout the Middle East during that period of time, especially in Syria.
Nur Al Din, was a Christian, an ardent traditionalist who ruled over the Zagrid and who was at the height of his power. It is reported that Sinan Rashid paid tribute to the ’Crusaders’ for their protection against Nur Al Din. Sinan Rashid sent Fidawis to kill Nur Al Dins’ brother, Sal Al a Din twice without success, but they did succeed in killing Conrad of Mount Ferrat. Conrad appears to have made enemies with a couple of powerful ladies in Christendom, as we will see further on. There were factions within the Christian community and Rashid Sinan was played by these factions. The Khazarian Jews were infiltrating the European Christians at the same time as they infiltrated the Alamut Christian camp in the far east, but not all was successful for them.
The sons of Toktamish represent the leaders of the Knights Templar and their Mongol allies who helped to expel the Khazarians in the Northern and Eastern regions of Christendom. Toktamish is the same name as Thomas Berard in the list of Grand Masters of the Knights Templar which follows. His sons were: Djaber Berardi, Karim Berardi, Kebek Berardi and Kadir Berardi. These all carry the suffix ‘al Din. These events are preserved among the Noghays, Bashkirs, Kazaks, Karakalpacs and the Ozbegs.
Around 1150, the last of the white tribes in Africa known as the Aksumite dynasty lost control to Khazarian usurpers called Felasha, who, like Rashid, were members of the Al Said tribe and claimed descent from King David. The Al Said/Saud are described as speaking a corrupt form of Arabic. The propaganda of the Khazarian Al Said was based on a composite of legends from the Old Testament and served to promote the House of David and bring the population to their side. The House of David established itself in what had been Aksum’s southern borderlands and there they established the slave trade and gold mines which were worked by those slaves. Most captured slaves were not sold at this time, but were sent to these gold mines to work. This is described by the writer Cosmos. Thus they became the most important of the inland partners of slave traders in the Gulf of Aden and on the Dahlak Islands. The Western African coast also came into the control of these Khazarian Fulasha.
After the usurpation of the Khazarians in the southern region of the Nile, the Aksumites migrated across the Mediterranean. Their main tribal name was the Buji, which we would recognize today as the Beaujolais. They were known as expert cattlemen who had pioneered the domestication of water buffalo, and were also experts in weaving and dying of cloth.
“Under the influence of Peter of Cluny (d. 1156), the first translation of the Koran had been achieved in 1141.” The descendants of the last ‘Caliph’ Omar who had settled in Spain and created Andalusia were known as the Falconians. The original text of the Koran went to Spain with Abd Al Rahman I, called the Falcon, but was stolen from him in the midst of battle, therefore the present text of the Koran cannot be proved to be the same as the original. The Falcon refers to the Roman Eagle ‘standard’ for which Roman soldiers were famous, further underlining the fact that the first receivers of the Koranic text were Christian Byzantines under the Roman Catholic Empire. The name Al Rahman, became Raymond, as in the Counts of Toulouse. We find another of their descendants in William the Conqueror who evicted the Khazarians and their slave trade out of the British Isles and Spain. Another Raymond, a Christian missionary to Islam in the Middle Ages, is a member of the Gautier family who were the same family as the powerful Guise Catholics and also the founders of Cluny and among the first settlers of Acadia in Nova Scotia. The Spanish version of Gautier is Gutierez. There was a famous disagreement with Aberroes [Berard] over what was probably a revised Koran. Another Berard is also one of the Proto Martyrs, among the first martyrs of the Catholic Church. At this point the Christian church parts from the Muslim church due to the question of Muslim attitude more than written doctrine. Though the text was probably corrupt by this time, it may not have been as corrupt as it is today.
These events usher in the Middle Ages, the essential factor of which is the movement of commerce towards the North Sea and away from the Mediterranean. This Northern Band of Trade went from the British Isles, through Northern Europe and Constantinople and through the Kabul Pass (Alamut) and on to China. It probably continued around the world through Nova Scotia where the codfish that were caught and dried there became a staple in Constantinople.
Five colleges were founded throughout the Byzantine Roman Empire to teach Hebrew, Aramaic/Arabic, and Chaldean. These were in Rome, Bologna, Paris, Oxford and Salamanca. Therefore, works which come down to us in Arabic writing were probably mostly written by Christians who attended these colleges. Ibn Kaldun for example, most probably was a Caledonian, which is Scotland, considering that he reports on events in that region.
Who was Hassan I and II? Al Afdal b. Salah al Din or in full: Al Malik [King] Al-Afdal Abu ‘l Hasan ‘Ali Nur al Din (1169-1225) was a member of the Christian Ayyubid Dynasty.
On Saladin’s death Nur Al Din was recognized as ruler of Damascus and head of the Ayyubid family. Egypt, Damascus and all of his Syrian fiefs became a dependency of the “Saldjuk Sultan of Rum”, which is the Christian Patriarch of Constantinople.
The final Grand Masters of the Temple between 1247 and 1293 are listed as:
Willam of Sonnac 1247-1250
Reginald of Vichiers 1250-1256
Thomas Berard 1256-1273
William of Beaujeau 1273-1291
Theobald Gautier is recorded to have left with the fleet of Knights Templar ships and treasure to go ‘overseas’. Many people believe that this was to Acadia, Nova Scotia. It is this treasure that is believed to be in North Carolina at Green Oaks, within a very tricky underground structure that no one has yet been able to enter.
The name Al Afdal of the Ayyubid Dynasty is found in its westernized version in St. Odile and Adelaid of Italy. Named after her paternal grandmother, Adelaide of Italy, Abbess Adelaide was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Otto II and Empress Theophanu. She was educated in the Quedlinburg Abbey by her paternal aunt, Matilda, Abbess of Quedlinburg, who died on 7 February 999. Adelaide was elected her successor.
Adelaide and her older sister, Sophia I, Abbess of Gandersheim, acted as true kingmakers, having rejected Eckard I, Margrave of Meissen (who discounted their influence), as candidate for kingship. Together with Sophia, Adelaide significantly influenced the election of Henry II as King of the Romans and legitimized him in 1024, when he visited Vreden and Quedlinburg. The Princess-Abbess and her sister would play the same role in election of Conrad II as Holy Roman Emperor. Nonetheless, when Sophie died in 1039, Conrad II denied Adelaide’s request to succeed her as Abbess of Gandersheim. Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor, agreed to her right to rule Gandersheim.
Adelheid died either on 14 January 1045 or on 14 January 1044 and was succeeded by her kinswoman, Beatrice of Franconia. Beatrice is a member of the Berard family, much later known as the Stuarts and also the Medici. Adelaide is buried in Quedlinburg Abbey. A life sized tomb marker preserves the image of Adelaide. She is represented as a holy woman by monastic habit and by her Gospel book.
The information presented here was obtained mostly from the Encyclopedia of Islam. This is a set of about 10-15 heavy volumes that I found at the library of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Unfortunately, this set was recently replaced by a newer set which is glossed over to make the information much less evident. However, it is still there encoded. It’s necessary to read many entries, to translate the titles and place names from Arabic to English and to combine this with information recorded in Roman Catholic Church records and private family genealogies to get the full picture, and believe me, this is only a small piece of the total truth that needs to be told. It would require a team of people to decipher it all, and I hope to see that happen in my lifetime.