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Kim, the surviving Jats of India say no more and no less that the Jats once roamed throughout the world as I do. Here's what Lt. Ram Saap Joon said in his book, History of Jats, page 6.

"Jats are...the original inhabitants of India and a very large number of communities, who though no longer call themselves Jats have originated from them. These include all Ahirs and Gujara, and a large number of the Rajputs, Pathans, Baluch, Iranians, Turks, Scandinavians, Germans, French Italians, Greek and British who are originally Jats...In their better days Jats have ruled over extensive areas not only in India but in most of Asia and Europe."

I have several quotes such as the above from eminent Hindu authorities. I have been in possession of this information since 1990.

When fhe Roman empire fell apart from 300 to 800 AD, these Turkish-North Indian mercenaries, Goths (Gaudis, Getai), Jutes (Jutis, Jatas), Druids (Druvita or Druvida), Angles (Angu-leh), Saxons (Sakasuni), Scots (Sakatae), Brit (Bharat), Bavarians (Bhav-Arya), Danes (Danava), Iberians (Abhira or Georgians), and Huns (along with other barbarous tribes, roamed all over the Europe and even parts of America, pillaging and raping, initiating what we call "The Dark Ages."

It is really mind-shattering to realize that the Jats had a worldwide reputation as fierce warriors.

Go to the webside below to find our for yourself and see some really interesting photos. Then, and only then, will you become aware of where and from whom our relgious traditions have descended.

"Aleksander Heintalu and Elo Liiv Home Page
Attention, however, has mostly been paid to rites, customs and magic of Fenno-Ugric nations, more particularly Chudes. 1000 years ago these nations controlled most of the Eastern Europe.

www.vigalasass.com/eng_etno.html ยท Cached page
www.sem-chudes.ru"

As I say over and over, when we give the Turkish nations more attention, the so-called "world mysteries" will no longer by mysteries but common and valid knowledge.

Gene

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