More About The Huns

sent to me by their survived to date descent:

HUNIN (meant Thought) written out of history and forgotten, evolved and lived in the GOBI-ORDOS before -40,000. In the fair times that was flourished at the Gobi and the plains on the Ordos and the rich lands along the ‘Sun River’ (Yellow River or Huang Ho) down to Wei River (Wei Ho) and Hua mountains (Hua Shan or Ching Ling Shan). All the main features of civilised societies by -10,000 originated there. The development of writing, the discovery and development of the compass, paper and silk production, agriculture irrigation, pyramid building and metal-working.
Many millennium before the spread of Chingpaw yellow skinned people, or Chinese and Asian cultures, all that originated and spread from the south and Mongoloid cultures from the north.
The ‘Hsiung-nu’ the builders of the ‘Great Wall’ were not the forbears of the Hun as many so called historians believe, they were the buffer zone, defence warriors for the 1st Hunin Empire, a special breed of native Gobi people with the Mongol. Unlike the Hunin (White-Hun), the Hsiung-nu was immune to most viral and bacterial diseases that are carried by the yellow skinned people. At the Gobi and Ordos (northern China), during the time between -140 and -87 the 2nd Hunin Empire was finally destroyed largely by nature (desert) and partly by the diseases spread from the south by the Chingpaw (Chinese) culture.
The Hunin (White Huns) were unable to develop resistance (immunity) to many contagious viral and bacterial diseases that the Mongoloid origin carried and lived with.
Just take a good look at Tibet, invaded by the Chinese in
1954, the spreading of destructive illnesses by the Chinese still goes on.
Even today, in modern times the Chinese culture cannot help introducing new fatal diseases.
For those reasons under Balambir, Rugila and Muninzuk (two brothers) the Hunin (Huns) advanced westward to the Carpathian Basin and finally in 379 (in our era) they settled down around the Duna (Danube) and the Tisza (Tisa) rivers. A huge fertile steppe which was uninhabited from c. 271 (in our era) because of the outbreak of plague when the Romans and the German Sarmantians occupied it.
After the Hunin arrived in 379 to the plains of
the Danube (Duna) and Tisa (Tisza) rivers (in Hungary today), they were known as the White Huns the first of seven ancient nations. Béla (397-441) and Attila (400-453) sons of Muninzuk who died in 400, ruled the white Huns, Béla from 420-441 with Attila from 433 and Attila by himself from 441 to 453. Affectingly dominated not only the Roman Empire but also, the German Sarmantian tribes who fled before the Huns.

It is interesting that in later German folk tales Attila was featured as the ‘NOBLE ETZEL’ and none of the hideous appearance given to Attila by many in modern times was ascribed to him in folk tales. His army is said to have
numbered five hundred thousand (500,000), they were unlike the modern soldiers. If and when the Huns stopped, their enemy had a right to choose anyone of the Huns, to fight with their own chosen soldier. If the Hun warrior would lose the combat, the Huns would not proceed through, nor would occupy that land.

They were capable to go on for five days and nights without meals or sleep, then rest, feast and sleep for two days and go on again. Not to be confused with the seven centuries later Mongol soldiers, who were only obsessed with the Huns. The Mongols, slitting a vein in the neck of their horses and drink their blood so they would not have to stop for meals. While feeding also stayed on their much smaller horses for few days.
Many ignorantly believe that Attila was a man born into the world to shake the nations, “the scourge of all lands”.
Most ignorant writer indeed, has even gone so far as to suggest that Attila was “Scourge of God”. Who in some way terrified all mankind by the dreadful rumours noised abroad concerning him and the Huns. The reason for Attila’s bad image was due to the anti-Hun propaganda that the envious political and religious
organisations had been spreading throughout the Chinese, Roman and Turk Empires. Ironically, all that is written and publicised about Attila and the Huns, is a paramount nonsense and it is a misconception of ignorant and intruding foreign scholars.
Legends has it, Attila was haughty in his walk, rolling his eyes hither and thither, so that the power of his spirit appeared in the movement of his body, with the motives of good to believe but better to know. He was mighty in counsel, gracious to supplicants and lenient to those who were once received into his protection. Attila was medium of statue, he had a swarthy
complexion without Mongoloid amenities, a broad chest and a large head, green eyes thick dark wavy hair and beard sprinkled with grey. Thanks to the endless ridiculous and hateful descriptions that are written about Attila and the Huns, what he was really like will probably never be known.

>From 420 onward the Huns had two Kings Béla and Attila (Brothers) therefore there was no 3rd. Hunin Empire, just Kingdoms. On the request of the western Roman commander Aetius in 436 the Huns subjugated the German Sarmantians. Béla, Attila and Flavius Aetius were allies and not enemies
as ignorant writers endlessly claim.

Peace between the East Roman Empire and the Huns became extremely fragile only in 440, when a Roman bishop was found stealing artefacts from buried Hun’s dead. Most of which ended in the hands of Venetian merchants and in the Vatican. Venice itself was built on wetlands because of hiding from the white Huns with the looted treasure from the ancient catacombs. They called Venice ‘Venne Atsium’ it means ‘made it this far’, the one who got away with the loot.

King Béla died in his sleep in 441 near Naissus, Béla had a chronicle nosebleed problem and choked in his own blood during sleep. It is not very difficult to envisage the one who goes on for five days and knights, after that sleeps very deep. The so-called historians tell us that Béla had been slain by treachery, by his own brother Attila. That is just another dreadful rumour, fabricated by primitive and envious people.

The ignorant also claim that Attila had died of a nosebleed on his wedding night, or an eagle dropped a tortoise on his head.

Béla ruled over a greater part of the Huns, after the death of Béla, Attila united all the Huns under his own rule. Attila became sole ruler of the Hunin (Huns) and followed Béla’s original plans to advance into the Roman occupied territories. Merge with the Munin divisions the Rác (Rácians) and Racenna (Etruscans) then group up with the Euskaldunak (Basque), take back their original land and unite all what was left of the seven ancient nations. Also, take back all the looted by the Romans and Venetians
artefacts from their ancient catacombs and graves. The Romans were no match for the Huns and had to recognise the Huns as an equal partner. That is why the twisted nonsense records on Attila and the Huns are in the history books ever since.

In 452 Attila became ill with malaria and retreated to the centre of the plains by the Tisza (Theiss) river. In 453 Attila died without having introduced a new Emperor or Kings. The Tisza (Theiss) river in Hungary was diverted at one special location and Attila’s body was placed into the dry riverbed, in an Iron-Silver-Gold, in that order within three separate coffin in one. Then the Tisza (Theiss) river was redirected back to the original course, so that the descendants from Macedonian, Greek, Roman,
Venetian, Celt, Arab and Turk catacomb rubbers would not find it.

After Attila’s death the Germanic tribes under Arderic, king of the Gepids destroyed the loose Kingdoms of the Huns. The greatest and oldest ancient civilisation ever, ended by the year 469.
Most of the survived Hunin (white Huns) joined the Munin (Rác) and became the ‘Székely’ in Erdély (Transylvania) and some of the Huns blended in with the Ugrians (Finn-Ugrian) the native relatives of Fins, they also reinforced the Avars (Georgians) from the Caucasus in 558.
After conquered by Mukan the most famous of all Turkish kagans in the six century, the remnants White Huns lost the silk trade to Isteni to the absolute ruler of the West Turkish zone. Like many other issues regarding an early civilisations, the origin of silk and the Silk Trade, the Silk Road never had anything to do with the Chinees, Mongols nor their mixture of cultures.
Isteni or Sizabulos dwelt in the Altai Mountain region, Isteni is a Magyar word, ironically, that means “Scourge of God”.
Turk-sad (Turxanthos) or leader of the Turks, the son of Isteni or Sizabulos, who died in 575, hunted the Huns for pleasure and with barbarous cruelties for human sacrifices (for dochia). The Turks also hunted and kept alive as slaves, the white Hun (Hunin) women was selected mothers and teachers of Turk
youth. The Turks also bred into the Hunin women by force and selected boys for their military called them ‘Janicsár’, their only capable warriors.
The stolen Hun influence on the Turkish culture and language still evident in modern times. That too, the Turks and many other ignorant cultures claim the wrong way around. However, the Turks originated and are the mixture from a variety of tribes; Hattis, Hittites, Phrygians, Urartians, Lycians, Lidyans, Ionians, Persians, Macedonians, Romans, Byzantines, Sejuks and

Attila ruled 433-453 even today western, eastern, Roman and Magyar historians mistake the Huns for 7th century Scythians and the 9th century Magyars. In 803 at the Eastern Ural Mountains near Baskiria, seven new tribes merged and started their journey to the Carpathian Basin to the plains of Duna and Tisza rivers. Those are the Magyars (Hungarians) of today, these Magyars claim their ‘resettlement’ was in 896 by Árpád.
However, the Magyars were not alone, in 896 they consisted of seven different tribes; Magyari, Nyék, Kari, Kasi, Tarján-Tarxán, Kurt-Gyarmat and Jenü, each tribe had their own language without writing-reading skills.
First, Árpád’s Magyars only reached the Danube it was only after five years (901) Árpád took possession of earlier Pannonia the west-side of the Danube. Hardly a year passed for sixty years without the swift ransoming Magyar armies appearing in ever more distant regions.
Árpád’s Magyars waded in the waters of the Baltic Sea in the north and west. Reached the middle of the Iberian Peninsula in the south-west, they viewed Sicily from the Italian Peninsula in the south. On Greek soil they left only the Peloponnesus untouched and the Bosporus barred their way in the east.
Árpád’s Magyars cut their way through peoples, countries, and borders. Sadly, the records of intoxicated historians and believers blaming the 450 years earlier Attila and the Huns.
Árpád’s Magyars about 500,000 people, Magyari, Nyék, Kari, Kasi,
Tarján-Tarxán, Kurt-Gyarmat and Jenü under the rules of their king Ugek, Álmos, Árpád (845-907 son of Álmos). In search of to destroy the remanence of the Hun, Rác and Racenna (Etruscans) Árpád’s Magyars desecrated the whole Europe. Some, but not many Huns and Rácians survived those whom retreated to the swamp and flood isolated lands. Others from the Hunin
(Hun) blended in with the Munin (Rácians), merging the remanence of the two ancient nations became the ‘Székely’ in Erdély (Transylvania) not related to the Magyar nor to the Romanian and Bulgarian.
Present day, in knowledgable circles the Hunin-Munin is known only as ‘that other Hungarian’. The original Hunin writing was part-alphabet and part hieroglyphic, date’s back 10,000 years into the plains of Gobi-Ordos and Hua Mountains. These
original writings called Runic (Rovás irás) scripts can be found even today, from the Sahara to the Gobi, in South America (Brazil) and in Scotland, the characters faced from left to right. The Székely kept the style of the Munin (Rác) writing, the characters faced right to left, dates back to 6,500 years, found by N. Vlassa in Erdély at Tatárlaka in 1961.
That was the ancient secret mirror writing of the Hun, the Hunin also had special numeric symbols, the Racenna (Etruscan) numerals (adapted Roman numerals) is similar to it.
Much of this ancient writing was lost in Hungary, although in isolated areas it was used until modern times. It survived the longest in the more isolated areas of Erdély (Transylvania) among the Székely. The ancient Hunin (Hun) based their lifestyle on knowledge, with the motives of good to believe but better to know. They writing skill was suppressed and lost due to Papal pressure on Stephen (King of Hungary 975-1038) who was from the Árpád dynasty and passed laws against it.
Turn of the first millennium 1000, Stephen a true Magyar from their Árpád dynasty was given the ancient Hunin Crown by Pope Sylvester II. The good King became St. Stephen, he had chosen and also simplified the word rich literate language of the ancient Hunin and Munin to unite his seven tribes into one who had no useful language at the time. To bring his seven tribe
Magyari, Nyék, Kari, Kasi, Tarján-Tarxán, Kurt-Gyarmat and Jenü out of illiteracy and plunge the ancient natives into it St. Stephen adapted the already simplified Latin characters. That too, originated from the Racenna (Etruscan) peasant (slave to the Greeks and Romans) language. In Rome, Cicero (murdered in 43) had simplified the Latin language, so that Augustine could think in it.
The worst of all terrors for the Hunin was named Temujin and later called Chinggis Khan (also spelled Genghis or Jengis). Temujin was born near Lake Baykal, about 1167 to a woman of Hsiung-nu origin and from an aristocratic Mongol father Yesukai. Temujin a half-caste, in his youth he was an outcast for his different features to the Mongol. Temujin had red hair, pale skin
and blue eyes. Later in 1206 when he became ‘universal ruler’, a legend in terror, dedicated himself and his 129,000 men to destroy the remanence of the ancient people, the Hunin (Hun). He specialised on green eyed, white haired (whiter then blond) white women, the typical Hunin woman. The knowledge keeper of the oldest civilisation, who based their lifestyle on knowledge, with the motives of good to believe but better to know.
The Mongol hunted the Hunin women for Chinggis Khan, first he sexually humiliated his victims then taken a pleasure in killing them. Temujin who brought terror to the world and much of it to subjugation came to his end in 1227. Not on the battlefield as historians like us to believe, but in bed. At camp Yinchuan, during the last of his usual sexual humiliations, he was castrated by the green eyed Tungut princess (Hunin origin) and bled to
death. Temujin’s revenge and obsession with the Hunin women and their once mighty civilisations ended there.
The Hunin and their history were swept away by the horrific ferocity of Genhis Khan, he was a conqueror and destroyer. From spies among merchants on the trade routs, the Mongols learned the whereabouts of their victims, the Huns. In search of the Hunin women the Mongols covered incredible distances, such as 270 miles during just three days in Hungary. They were
fast for only one reason, the Mongol horde called Tatárs were not
interested and did not harm those who were not Hunin or Munin origin.
They did not harm Árpád’s Magyars (Magyari, Nyék, Kari, Kasi,
Tarján-Tarxán, Kurt-Gyarmat and Jenü) the today’s Hungarians. Lots of Mongols (Tatárs) stayed behind and mixed in with the Magyars, and that is still visible today. Under Batu the saga ended in 1241, the Mongols (Tatárs) burned all find artefacts and humans that were from the Huns. The Mongols reached the Adriatic Sea and their mission was accomplished, they
could not find any more Huns to kill.
However, the Mongol devastation on the Huns did not end there, the remanence of the Hunin and Munin the Székely culture were also wiped out.
Under Nicolae Ceausescu and Elena Petrezsei Ceausescu the Romanian couple who decent from the 11th century nomadic Vlachs, Wallachians, Mongol vassals. The Ceausescu’s had done all they could to destroy the ‘Székely’ and their culture in Erdély (Transylvania) in the late 20th century.
The last Hunin ruler was one of the most popular kings, Hunyadi’s son Mátyás or Matthias (1458-1490 assassinated), also called ‘Mátyás the Just’.
The young Mátyás Hunyadi quickly proved deserving of the ancient heraldic bird, the Raven, which considered being a powerful and wise bird. Mátyás Hunyadi was walking the land in disguise, condemned fraudulent judges, shamed the greedy rich, and succoured the poor he made love to full-blooded shepherdesses and ingenuous maidens. He was a great patron of the arts and sciences, a true renaissance king. His library, the Corvina, was world famous, and the few existing pieces are still held in high esteem. During his reign a printery was established in Buda (Budapest), and the first book was printed in Hungary in 1473.

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