Noahide Baptists

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Noahide Baptists aka Wikinoah Baptists or Noahide Alawites are 7th day Anabaptist Noahides historically known as Σοβιαΐ or Tsabis by the Abbasids, Paulicians by the Byzantines and Cathars by the Latins later as Picards and Taborites. They are related to the Manicheans who called them Tazigane (whence derives the Greek term Athiganoi). Like Manicheans, Noahide Baptists reject the Prince of the Air as the god of this Aeon but unlike Manicheans, Noahide Baptists still faithfully serve the Name of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob by keeping the rainbow covenant of peace as well as that part of the Sinai covenant which makes Hagerim out of the Erevrav.

Although modern Baptists have their origin in Anabaptism, most people calling themselves Baptists today are actually converts to Calvinism only deluding themselves that they are Baptists when in fact they are nothing but Calvinists. Nevertheless, Noahide Baptists act as counter missionaries protecting Perushim like Neturei Karta from conversion and denounce Messianic Hebrews who call themselves Jews when they are not.

Belief

Noahide Baptists are not guilty of Shittuf because they believe in the Logos Christology of Celestial Flesh (unlike Dyophysites who are guilty of Shittuf for believing in the deification of part of Mary's body through its union with Hashem's essence).

Practice

Havdalah is normally held on Sunday Mornings following a full Sabbath Day's rest on Saturdays during which Noahide Baptists will avoid Tumah.

In these respects, Noahide Baptist practice has not changed from the time of Hamlet Jackson who promoted the practices of Elizabethan Anabaptists known as the 7th Day Men.

Lineage

Noahide Baptist lineage can be traced back through 7th day Anabaptist Successionism all the way to the Ebionite "Sampsaean" community of Godfearers initiated by John the Baptist and descended from the first Messianic Noahite Magi. The Noahide Magi were Persians who had been introduced to the Sinai covenant for Erevrav by Daniel.

Noahide Baptists were the Sobiai (Σοβιαΐ) preached to by Elxai from whose community Mani emerged. They accepted only the 325CE version of the Nicene creed and Bible but separated immediately thereafter as the Donatists denouncing Constantine and have always been regarded as Hanpa by mainstream Constantinian Churches ever since.

Islamic and Alevi sources show that the early Alian Imams of the 610sCE were the same "Tsabi" Sobiai. In the 640s the Ahsana Al-Hadith were compiled into an epic performance intended to instruct the Messianic Noahide Deaconate of Baptists on everything they needed to know in order to serve as instructors to the believers. Sebeos called their country Tachkastan from the same root word that their Manichean relatives also called them, Tazigane, and under which name they escaped the Umayyads and migrated from Azerbaijani "Khazaria" into the Vulgar lands where they were known as the Paulicians. From them, the Central European Albigensians Arnoldists and Waldensian Lollards emerged as precursors to the Bohemian Anabaptists and 7th-Day Men like Hamlet Jackson continuing through Mill Yard's 7th Day "Arminian" (Ana)Baptists who under Stephen Mumford began to establish churches in America from 1664 and eventually from which Rachel (Harris) Oakes Preston (March 2, 1809 – February 1, 1868) inspired various Seventh Day Churches.

History

The Isaurian dynasty first invited the Sobiai to settle in the Balkans from whence they spread to Bohemia through the Moimirids and under the Magyars eventually reached the Waldensian Mountains as the Cathars. The Bohemian Waldenses turned into the Hussites from whom derived the Noahides of Zacharia and subsequent 7th day Anabaptists who influenced not only the Szombatoszok but also the Moldavian Messianic Hebrews and the Bezpopovtsi as well as the Armenian Karaylar Molokanes from whom the Karaimite Subbotniki emerged.

Noahide Baptist Chronology

Σεβεια & Σεβόμαι 1stC.

God-worshippers also known as Godfearers but biblically as Hagerim and Toshavim played a major role in 1st century Jewish life funding the establishment of many Synagogues. With the destruction of the temple in 70CE and exile of Jews from Jerusalem in 135CE they lost their status in Judaism and many became Messianic Noahides as a result.

The Messianic Noahides were given their Bible by the Sanhedrin in 86CE consisting of the Septuagint, the books of Maccabees and the 27 NT texts.

Σοβιαΐ (Sampsaeans)

Ebionite Gnostics

Elhasai

Himyar Magarites

Cathars

Cathari are first mentioned in 325 where they are to be welcomed into the Church if they promise that they are willing to communicate with the twice-married, and grant pardon to those who have lapsed.

Varchonite (烏孫) Gálycians

461 Turks attack > Varchonite Galycians > Sabirs > Saragur > Ugor > Onogurs who settle in Crimea. 469 Ernak's Zaculi Akatziri are granted Romania while his son Csaba is raised in Greece. 483 Ernak has died and Douptounos now rules Transnistria. Csaba left Greece for Transnistria but being rejected by his Togarmites goes to start a Family with the Varchonite (烏孫) Galycians of Squtaye instead. 503 After Baptism, Gordas rules Transnistria until murdered in 508. He is succeeded by Muageris then Khinialon.

Europe's Varchonite (烏孫) Gálycians descended from Ernakh's half-Greek son Csaba the Hun and his Corosani (烏孫) wife. At that time already, being half-Greek indicates Csaba's mother was also probably Messianic.

In 549CE Csaba's three sons, the ancestors of the Galycians, Polovtsi and Vulgari, began to migrate from Squtaye to rule the Székely Akatzir Arians of Romania.

The 3 brothers populated Romania's three traditional regions
  1. Edumen/Vulgarios/Horiv/Czech/Bisseni (烏孫) led his Pseudoavars to Romania. His Hungarian-Jewish name Edumen / Edemen means Romania. His descendants were Alciocus and Kubratos and Ugyek.
  2. Ed/Lekh/Kiy/Kunok settled with his father Csaba among the Barsils of Donbas (Itil) whose people would eventually became known as the Polovtsi of Moldavia.
  3. Pata/Kazarig/Schekh/Rus/Eunodubilian the Barsils of Donbas.

549 the Gokturks start to establish their kingdom in Squtaye so Edumen (Volkharios) one of Csaba's three sons leaves Csaba and his brothers Pata/Kazarig & Ed with the Barsils in Squtaya. 555 Csaba's son Edumen / Belo / Vokharios / Kovar takes Romania, Sorbia and the Transnistrian Kingdom of Muager & Khinial. 603 the Gokturks Khaganate splits up.

Tsabis (صابئين) aka Paulician Alevis 7thC

7th century Sabians were Heavily influenced by Eliezer Ben Kallir.

Paulician Alevis are Severian Acephali named after Paul the One Eyed their 622 representative to Heraclius. They are Monoenergist Agnotae.

Ali aka Hani ibn Qabisa

Solomon the Pharisee

Emir Hanzala alKhalifa alKalbi sent his son the Severian Paul (Dihya ibn AlKhalifa) to Emperor Heraclius in the course of the war against Khosrau II (which he began about 619). They met in Theodosiopolis (Erzeroum) in Armenia (about 622). The Severian Monophysite Paul (the One Eyed), representing the Acephali, made a speech before him in favour of Agnotae Monoenergism which Heraclius adopted as the foundation for his alliance.


Organa's nephew, the Onogundur lord Koubrat, a descendant of Vulgarios, was Baptised a Paulician Alevi by Patriarch Sergiis I of Constantinople.


626 Byzantium repels a Varchonite siege by Alciocus.


631 Samo's army overthrows Alciocus of Edumen so that the Edumen Koubrat becomes the new Varchonite Khagan of Old Great Vulgaria (Dacia/Bracta) promoting Paulician Alevism among the Gálycians until his death in 668.


Alids

Tazigan

Alawis

Alevis

Alians

The Khozroi of Shahrbanu (Jahānshāh) were settled among the Azeri miaphysites (Paulician Alevis) of Transcaucasian Albania.


When Koubrat died in 668, his son, Baian, is abandoned by his brothers.


Baian's brother Kotrag settled on the Volga with the other Corosanis from whence his Magyar descendants would later migrate to Hungary. His brother Tetartos from Gálycia crossed the Danube (Tisza) into Crisana. Asparuk fled south from Khazarian vassalage to fight against the Byzantines and establish the Vulgarian Empire in Moesia/Ongal (Volkhia) while Constantine IV is under siege by Muawiya (d.680).


Cathars began to be very important during the reign of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian II who wed the Cathar Khagan Busir's sister baptised as Theodora with whom he became father to the half-Khazar Emperor Tiberius IV.


631 Alciocus is evicted in the Edumen Pseudoavar civil war and Kubrat uncle of Porga becomes the next Khagan.


657 Tang destroys Ed's Onoq Khaganate.


660 Pata/Kazarig and his brother Ed unite in Squtaye to establish the Turkom Kingdom of Kozaria.


665 Edumen's Belo Kubrat of Transnistria dies and his Edumen Belo Kovar sons break up because one son called Marot is overthrown by Porga's Kubers of Vojvodina and has to retreat to Poland. Another son who is married to Pata/Kazarig's daughter goes east to inherit the Kingdom of Kozaria for whom he is renamed Edumen Kothrak Magyar. He expands his realm sending some Kozarok south to become Azeris and others north to become Chuvashes who remember his dynasty as their kings. Setting out from the 烏孫Kingdom of Kotrag, Ed's 7 Kurtgyarmat Turks go west to conquer the other Edumen Belo Kovars of Suzdal, Kiev (Transnistria) and finally Romania & Vojvodina. The Edumen Belo Prince Bezmer surrenders Transnistria and Ed's Kurtgyarmat enlist the dethroned Edumen Khagan Marot to subdue again the Edumen Belo Kovars of Romania / Bracta (Vlachta).


677 Prince Marot takes Romania & Vojvodina with the help of Ed's Kurtgyarmat army. Porga's Baptised Croats flee to Bosnia while Mauros & Asparukh flee to Bulgaria. Alzeco flees to Ravenna.


Paulician Alevis found friends in the Isaurian dynasty. Leo the Isaurian (717-741) learned a lot from the Paulician Alevis (for example that the Quran was authored by an Emir by a Pharisee and by Abuturab) and protected them from Patriarch Germanus (715-730). He gave his son Constantine V in marriage to the Cathar Princess Tzitzak daughter of Bihar (and possibly the sister of Bulan).


745 John of Damascus mentions Cathari.


747, Emperor Constantine V and his Cathar Empress moved a significant number of Paulician Alevi asylum seekers from Eastern Anatolia to Thrace where they boost the waning Paulician Alevi faith of Byzantium's Vulgarian neighbours in Moesia. Pavlikeni is named after them.


750 Bulan's Kozari adopt Noahide Törü from the Romaniote Jew Isaac Sangari of Vojvodina who moves his school to Galycivka.


796 Franks evict Kozari from Crisana and Vojvodina and make the remaining Edumen Belo Kovars pay tribute.


805 the Zaculi Akatziroi of Vallachia join Edumen Belo Kovar Krum of Vojvodina in his battle for freedom from tribute to Frankia.


819 Ugyek's son Eleuedi weds the pregnant Kozar Princess Emese of Eunodubilian uniting the Transnistria Magyar-Belo and Pata/Kazarig Eunodubilian's Kovars together as the Almos kingdom of Lebedia.


827 the Ruse Khaganate is established by Bezmer's descendant Khan Tuvan Dygvi.


827-874 the Franks send prince Pribina and his son Kotzel to promote Roman Catholicism from Nitra to Lower Pannonia.


830 Khazarian Civil War. The Edumen Magyar-Kovar-Kazarok of Ugyek and Pata/Kazarig House of Eunodubilian abandon their kingdom of Khazaria to the Pechenegs.


839 Bezmer's descendant Tuvan Dygvi's Rus Khaganate don't fear Dalmatia, Pribina & Laborec but fear Ed's Kurtgyarmat Romania and Lebedia.


860 Eleuedi appoints Almos son of Emese of Kazarig as leader of Lebedia just before the Pechenegs conquer Lebedia.


861 In response to the Frankish mission of Pribina, Constantinople sends Cyril and Methodius to convert Pannonia to the Byzantine Church instead.


862 Rurik's clan marries into Khan Tuvan Dygvi's clan.


864 Emperor Boris I of Vulgaria and Romania is the first Slavonic Paulician Alevi of Krum's dynasty. He makes his empire Paulician Alevi.

Cathar diocese of Romania

870 the Vulgate Paulician Alevi Church splits from Knyaz Boris I of Bulgaria who has brokered full communion between Bulgaria's Church and the Byzantine Church and thereby alienated his army in Valachia who with the Black Polovtsi based in Romania likewise protest Byzantinization and so fall away from Bulgaria as a result uniting to establish their own independent Polovtsi Cathar diocese of Romania.

Etelkoza


881 Oleg the Wise of Kiev is friends with the 7 Polovtsi Princes of Romanian Gálycia (Etelkoza).


884 Almos invades Rus Khaganate and makes peace with the Tuvan Dygvi Edumen and Kurtgyarmat Ed in Volyn and Galych. Arpad adopts Liuntik of Ed.


894 Magyars from Romanian Gálycia liberate the Cathar peoples of Ungvar from Laborec.


895 Byzantium has broken communion with Bulgaria and entices the Magyars staying with the Polovtsi in Romanian Gálycia to recruit the Zaculi Akatzirs in Transylvania and attack the Bulgarians. Kotrag Eleuedi, Almos, Arpad alongside Ed Liuntik retake Zaculi Vallachia from Belo Kovar Bulgaria.


896 The battle of the Bug river. The Pechenegs force the Belo Kovars out of Transnistria so Ed's Kurtgyarmat Kozarok and Predslav of Slovakia help them establish their rule in Kozarorszaga (Crisana). The Magyars go on to liberate the Cathar peoples in Crisana ruled by the Bulgaria-inclined BenuMarot. Cathar ideas will survive in Moravia and among the Hungarians while the Polovtsi of Valachia and Moldavia will also be a source of Cathar influence on Europe for the next 4 centuries.

Magyar Conquests to the West of Etelkoza


From the 10thC Byzantine perspective, Edumen's unbaptized ‘Belo’ Kovars lived beyond the Ed-Turks of Romania and next to Frankia, and had for Slav neighbours unbaptized Sorbs. These same Belo Kovars had arrived to request the blessing of Heraclius (before the Sorbs did). At that time the earlier Edumen had desolated the areas which are now Serbia and Croatia. So by the command of the emperor Heraclius these new Edumen Belo Kovars defeated and expelled the earlier Edumen's Alciocus from the areas of Croatia and Serbia, and according to the mandate of the Heraclian Imperial dynasty they took over the earlier Edumen's country. At that time Edumen's Belo Kovars had for a prince, Kubrat's uncle Organa the father of Porga. The Imperial Heraclians sent and brought priests from Rome, and made of them an archbishop and a bishop and elders and deacons, and baptized Vojvodina's Edumen Belos; then they had Porgas for their prince. When Kubrat died, these Baptised Belos revolted against his son Marot and began to expand their influence. But the Ed-Turks helped Marot and took over Erdőelve in 677. Porga's Baptised Belos of Vojvodina fled to Bosnia under the leadership of Porga's son Croat but the main unbaptized group who stayed in Vojvodina over against Frankia were still called Edumen Belo Kovars and although having their own prince Marot they became subject to Otto, the great king of Frankia, or Saxony, but were unbaptised and intermarried and were friendly with the Ed-Turks of Erdőelve. Krum rose from among them after the Frank conquest.

But in the 900s Edumen's Velo Kovars, also called Belo Kovars, dwelled only to the north of the Ed-Turks of Romania on the borders of the Franks and unbaptised Sorbs. They were still considered as unbaptized to that day, as were also the Sorbs who were their neighbours. At that time the unbaptised Edumen Belo Kovars mustered fewer horse and fewer foot than did baptized Dalmatia, because they were more constantly plundered, by the Franks and Ed-Turks and Boseniok. Nor have they either galleys or cutters or merchant-ships, for the sea is far away; for from those parts to the sea it is a journey of 30 days. And the sea to which they come down after the 30 days is that which is called Black Sea.


THYATIRA

964 The Messiah Ben Joseph millennium has already begun as predicted by Saadia Gaon. Inheriting the spirit of Messiah Ben Joseph the Scribes and Pharisees become Stateless Pacifists for 1000 years. Romanos (927-969) persecutes Jews and condemns the Bulgarian Church for tolerating Heterodoxy. Sviatoslav I conquers Khazaria.


968 ex-Khazar Pechenegs lay siege to Kiev then settle down with the Polovtsi-Varchonites of Romania.


970, the Byzantine emperor John I Tzimiskes of the Macedonian dynasty strengthens the Balkan Cathars by transplanting 200,000 more Armenian Paulicians to Europe and settled them in the neighbourhood of Philippopolis (today's Plovdiv, Bulgaria).


986 Judaized Khazars fail to convert Vladimir I of Kiev to the Noahide Torah.


1041 the Romanian Prince Samuel Aba 990-1044 becomes the people-first leader of Hungary.


1057-1075 Cathar Patarenes reach Milan.


1075 Cathar Bosniak Church


1119-1312 Mohammedan Christian Templars


1143 Catharism can be clearly identified in Cologne.


1180s John Kinnamos describes the the Gálycians as practising Mosaic law while other sources call them Meshulam.


1185–1396 the Paulician Alevi Asen (烏孫) dynasty establish tree Second Bulgarian Empire.


Cathar Boghards


Cathar Waldenses


Cathar Lollards in the Netherlands at the beginning of the 14th century who were akin to the Fraticelli, Beghards, and other sectaries similar to the recusant Franciscans.

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Bohemian Brethren 1310

The Dominican Bernard Gui, Inquisitor of Toulouse from 1308 to 1323, published a manual detailing how to dispose of Cathars.


In Bohemia, as much as one quarter of the population kept seventh-day the sabbath in 1310.


By 1350, all known remnants of the movement had been extinguished in Octania. Many Occitan courts had been patrons of the troubadours, and their destruction resulted in the gradual deterioration of troubadour practice and the immigration of most troubadours from Southern France to royal courts in Italy, Spain and Hungary.


The Bohemian reformation was also inspired by the ideas of Conrad Waldhauser d.1369 and Johann Milíč of Kroměříž d.1374 as well as the Lollard theologian and philosopher John Wycliffe 1328-1384.

Matthew of Kraków 1335-1410

Matthias de Janow 1350–1394

Jan Hus 1370–1415

The Hussites Bible was written in Hungarian.

Petr Chelčický 1390-1460

1420s-1430s The Hussite Bible is written in Hungarian.

Zakharia 1470-1491

Two priests, Dionysius and Alexis, convinced by Zacharias, and four Jews who had recently come from the South, spread the news of this doctrine broad, and arch-priest Gabriel was among the many who were converted. In 1491, Skhariya the Jew was executed in Novgorod by the order of Ivan III. In 1504, diak (secretary) Ivan-Volk Kuritsyn, Dmitry Konoplev and Ivan Maksimov were burnt at the stake. Other adherents were banished, imprisoned, or excommunicated. Feodor Kuritsyn's adherents' club ceased to exist.

7th Day Anabaptists

Swiss Brethren 1525

Wilhelm Reublin 1484-1559

Jacob Hutter 1500-1536

Oswald Glaidt

Andreas Fischer

Menno Simmons 1496-1561

John Smyth 1607

Seventh Day Men 1600

Hamlet Jackson 1614

Hamlet established the Mill Yard Seventh Day Anabaptist Church in 1617 which converted Theophilus Brabourne by 1628 and Henry Jesse by 1645. In 1650, Brabourne's pupil, James Ockford, published in London the book The Doctrine of the Fourth Commandment, Deformed by Popery, Reformed & Restored to its Primitive Purity. The work convinced a Baptist called Peter Chamberlen who led the first Baptist service at Millyard Church in 1651.

Jacobus Arminius 1560–1609

Stephen Mumford 1664

Stephen fled to the Americas establishing the Seventh Day Anabaptist Church in Newport which converted John Rogers & James Rogers Jr. in 1674.

Many Shabbatis fled the Ottomam Empire at this time due to the imprisonment of the Shabbati teacher Tsvi Ben Mordechai in 1666.

John Wesley 1735-1739

John Wesley was an Anglican convert to Moravian Anabaptism in 1735 which he left to establish Methodism in late 1739 having decided that Moraviams were guilty of a heresy in what he called "quietism". Nevertheless, he continued top promote self-discipline as an essential element in self-reformation.

Rachel Harris 1809-1868

in 1844, Rachel Harris Oaks Preston, a Wesleyan 7th day Anabaptists was responsible for inadvertently kickstarting the Church of God 7th day and the Whiteist movements when she converted a Millerite Methodist minister Frederick Wheeler to Seventh Day Sabbatarianism.

Messianic Shabbati Hebrews

The Subbotniki were a peaceful group of Messianic Kibbutzniks who identified as Hebrews but not as Jews. Their independence was compromised by organizations like Irgun in 1940s.

Wikinoah Fire

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Finally, from the same background Elder-deacons Vendyl Jones and Jay David Davis established an Hebrew Roots Anabaptist movement in 2003.

The Wikinoah UNC, were of the Sabbatarian or 7th-Day General Baptist type preserving the honest and simple approach to scripture which is better known as Anabaptism in English whereby Calvin is identified as a Man of Lawlessness and rejected. Some of them were Rationalists.

The Wikinoah UNC Messianic Noahide organization began as a 7th Day Anabaptist sect independent from Christianity being neither Protestants nor Catholics nor Byzantines but who had devoted themselves to the study of Noahide Judaism. Professor Vendyl Jones's' 'Noahide Umot' Church already had a tax exempt status ruling in 07/2003 and changed its name to High Council of Bnei NoaH in 2005 under ten Deacons, including Vendyl himself as well as Jack Saunders, Billy Jack Dial, James D. Long, Bud Gill, Larry Borntrager, Roger Grattan, Jacob Scharff, Andrew Overall and Adam Penrod.

However, concern over Rambamism and involvement with Kahanists (a designated terrorist group in Israel) among certain members of the Nascent Sanhedrin Project (which the High Council of Bnei NoaH was responsible to) as well as website issues led to the disintegration of the High Council of Bnei NoaH by September 2006 and the subsequent establishment of the independent Wikinoah UNC inc. by those who remained faithful to Vendyl's original 'Noahide Umot' mission as the latest in a long line of Anabaptist Succession.

Professor Vendyl Jones, Deacon Billy Jack Dial, Deacon Larry Borntrager and Deacon Jack Saunders were some of the people chosen to sit on the nascent Sanhedrin's original "High Council" who became official advisers to the Wikinoah UNC alongside Deacon Jay David Davis, Rev Kazik Libey[1] and Ben Abrahamson.