The Hittites’ rise to power coincided with an immigration of Indo-Aryans from the north, a sect of Indo-Europeans that spoke a non-Semitic language called Nasili. The migrants first settled in a city named Nesha, and a people who thereafter assimilated with the Hattians. Hittites are conceded by some historians (who ignore what the Bible contributes about Hittite history) as purely northern Indo-Europeans who sojourned down through Asia Minor and into the Middle East before 2300 BC, as Aryans whose black-haired kin branches migrated east to India and Persia. “Aryan Hittites” were one of numerous Scythian and Aryan settlements in and adjacent to Israel and Judah. Syrians called Scythopolis city in Galilee Beth-Shean, the “House of Power” and the “House of Sidhe.” Beth-Shean was alternatively known biblically as Bethshan and was an interchangeable name with Scythopolis up to the time of the Hasmonian dynasty, according to the books of Judith and 1 and 2 Maccabees.

Scythians were part of the Indo-Aryan ancestors of the latter Tartans and akin to the Tartan warriors of Sargon of Assyria, seemingly connected to the Avvim god Tartak, and dynastic kings like the Hyksos. Polytheist history noted that early on, “Aryan royal families didn’t intermarry with other tribes or castes, but despite this with the development by many of their clans of settled city-states, they became urban multi-racial and appreciated cultural diversity.”

Aryans were a loose knit set of tribes from southern Russia (Black Sea region of Scythia), whose common Indo-European language formed the basis for many Asiatic and European languages. Aryan traditions were elemental for Hinduism, establishing powerful priests from among the royal bloodlines of the aristocracy; priests were only those born into their own clan, an order renowned as Brahman. Scythians were renowned in polytheist circles as a “sept of the Aryans,” “the noble tribe,” or the “Royal Scythians.” A “sept” is otherwise understood as a clan, and was a symbol of royal bloodline descent reflected in the above titles. Indo-Europeans were regarded by historians as a kin race to Hittites…

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