A Brief Origins On The So-Called Jewish Holiday Hanukkah (Continuation of Post)


Hanukkah Origins

The eight-day Jewish celebration known as Hanukkah or Chanukah that so-called commemorates the rededication  during the second century B.C. of the Second Temple in Jerusalem, where according to legend the so-called Jews had rise up against their Greek-Syrian oppressors in the Maccabean Revolt. Hanukkah, which means “dedication” in so-called Hebrew, begins on the 25 of Kislev on the so-called Hebrew calendar and usually falls in November or December. Often called the Festival of Lights, the holiday is celebrated with the lightning of menorah, traditional foods, games and gifts.


Judaism is not a B.C. religion. Judaism as a religion began with Solomon bar Issac, (RASHI) starting in 1080-1100 A.D. It continued through the centuries with other Jewish writers such as the grandson of (RASHI), Jacob Ben Meir, Moses Maimon called Maimonides, and other Jewish scholars, Rabbis and non-Jewish scholars. The religion also comes with it’s created God called Jehovah or Yahweh. (The Historical Origin of Islam, Walter Williams, book p. 173)

The letter “j” was created and came into existence around the seventeenth century, the year specifically 1630, meaning the letter “J” did not exist during the B.C. era, therefore it wouldn’t have not been a man that lived with the name Jesus, or any people called Jews, (which by the way for those who may not be aware of this, being “Jewish” is not an ethnicity (but a religion) and more appropriately the term in my opinion to call the people known as Jews are Eastern Eurasians or Khazars. (The Historical Origin of Christianity, Walter Williams, book p. 90)

* Europe/Asia (Eurasia/Eurasians)

Kislev- the 9th month, during the Jewish Calendar of November-December.

https://youtu.be/8s9mO5xYee4 (Ur, El and Jezreel: Israel Does Not Exist on Mer en Ptah Stele; Origin of terms ‘hebrew’ & ‘asiatic’)

In my blog post entitled “The Pseudo Afrikan Holiday Known As Kwanzaa and Ron Karenga.” I discuss the similarities between Hanukkah and Kwanzaa that was created by Ron Karenga in 1966.



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