Muawiya was an Ercolian proto-Karaite who at 58 became King of the Arabs and accepted the Typos of Constans before he died at the age of 78.
The Saracens were Ercolian Karaites (more commonly known as Umayyads) were proto-Karaites who spoke Achamenid.
The proto-Karaites were readers of the Kareyana (from which comes the word Koran) which refers to the Bible or Miqra in Hebrew, which predates the Tanakh (assembled in 200CE).
Proto-Karaites considered themselves descendants of the Kingdom of Israel and harboured great animosity towards Judeans.
Karaite theory suggests that Idumeans would have taken to Christianity being convinced that they were people of Esau and may have regarded Jesus as a sort of "Moses" for the children of Esau in much the same way that Moses was to the children of Jacob. According to the same theory, Hagar's children wee also awaiting their "Moses". However, for proto-Karaites, the Ieso in the Quran refers not to Rebbe Yehoshuah Minzaret but to Plony Yeshu HaNotzri Ben Stada who they nick-named in Hebrew "מסיח" meaning "distracting" but did not regard him as Moshia'. They regarded him as a Messenger to the Idumeans and promoted the idea of Mahmouda ibn Ishmael as a Messenger to the Ishmaelites.
The proto-Karaites were governed by a clerical office called a Ma'amad or Hakhamate under Nehemiah ben Hushiel appointed by Khosrow following the execution of Haninai in 591. Just as Abu Isa after them, the proto-Karaites referred to their Hakhamate as the "Nabi". In fact there were very particular marriage rules which applied to the Nabi Clerical Class also known as the Ahl ulBayt. The rules were similar to the Yukhasin categories observed by other Jews and to those which pertained to the Feudal class in Europe.
Muawiya was born in 602 and was old enough to remember the arrival of refugees who had escaped Phocas. He was 8 years old when the men in his family were sent to invade Jerusalem in 610 by the Sassanian Emperor Khosrow II.
Khosrow's astrologers had seen the deoccultation of Mars from the Cresent moon on the 2nd of March 610 and interpreted it as the time for Sassan to go to war against Phocas.
The proto-Karaites were led by the Ma'amad of Ostikan (Caliph) Nehemiah ben Hushiel and succeeded in establishing themselves as Khosrow's rulers over Syria. They invade the Patriarchate of Jerusalem ad Quraysh and prevent the Noahite Gnostics from access to Al-Masjid Al-Haram.
The proto-Karaites were overjoyed and Muawiya's tribe went to join the conquering heros.
But their joy was short lived.
Khosrow saw that it was more profitable to pander to the Christians of Syria than allow proto-Karaites to rule them and evicted the proto-Karaites in 617 when Muawiya was just 15.
The first Hijra is when the Persians betrayed the Jews. Nehemiah's Ma'amad or "Council of the Righteous" was evicted from the Holy Land and garrisoned themselves in Edessa. At the same time, a Zera Israel Ishmaelite converted from Marcionism to Judeo-Baptist Gnosticism called Iyas ibn Qabisha seeks refuge with those proto-Karaites having been ousted from Al-Hira by Azadbeh. Having already been raised to Mahmoudan status he joins their Ma'amad.
Muawiya's family garrisoned themselves in Edessa.
After invading Egypt in 619 Khosrow declared himself to be God of Gods and stripped all religious symbolism from his coins leaving only images of himself.
Heraclius went to war against Khosrow and won many victories in the year 622. Heraclius begins to promote a kind of monophsitism.
Many Parthian families declared their allegiance to August Heraclius who even treated the proto-Karaites of Edessa with clemency when he evicted them, granting them rule over the Arabah instead and the support of Parthian armies if they would join him in his conquest of Khosrow. Heraclius grants them weapons and an imperial stele to conquer the desert interpreted by the proto-Karaites as Arabah.
Muawiya was now a young man of 20 and following his father's advice joined an Arab army in several battles against the Sassanians.
Muawiya's people appeal to Mahmud ibn Ishmael for help to raise an army of Hagarim in Tachkastan changing Heraclius's words towards their own idea that whatever his origin, Jesus had one Human will (Monothelitism).
Heraclius likely was unconscious of the difference and happy that he had more allies attacking the Sassanians for him.
Honorius I becomes Pope on the 27th of October.
Ghassanids are attacked in the battle of Mu-tah, Jordan
Heraclius enters Jerusalem on March 21 with the "True Cross".
Arabs take Al-Karak
In 632 Yazdegard was under the control of Al-Lahazim.
Aisha is the Arabic form of the Hebrew word for Wife. It refers to Rayhana Bint Zayd of the Koreiza (proto-Karaites).
However, in 633 Aisha's proto-Karaites invaded Al-Hira with Khalid.
In 635 Yazdegrd made an alliance with Heraclius against the Ercolian-Karaites in Tachkastan.
The Standard Islamic Narrative (SIN) states that Pope Honorius I accepted the Arab religion. In fact he only declared Monothelitism in a letter dated to this year. The Echo or historical kernal behind the SIN indicates the new religion must be Monothelitism which regardless of Church apologetics must therefore only logically mean the "Arian-like" doctrine that the one and only will that Jesus had was a regular human will. It is likely that Pope Honorius was aware of the Saracen raids of 629,630 and 634 and aware that Byzantium was unable to engage in any more wars and that Monothelitism was probably the only practical solution for the time. But Heraclius was Eutychian at heart and was reluctant to abandon his position until it was already too late.
Yazdegard betrayed Heraclius by surrendering to Aisha's proto-Karaites. Under the proto-Karaites, Al-Lahazim arranged a marriage between Prince Shahriyar's daughter Shahrbonu and Ali's son Husseyn putting him in line for the Persian Throne. Aisha's proto-Karaites proceeded to take the Holy land until Umar came to power.
The Karaite leader Umar was very impressed by Miaphysitism and also helped the Noahite Gnostics to rise to a position of power.
Heraclius surrenders Syria and submits to Monothelitism with the Ecthesis, stating that despite alleged miraculous origins, Jesus had only one human will exhibited when he said "not my will but thy will be done" being clearly distinct from G-d's will. This view is compatible with Judaism and accurately reflects the standard position in Abbasid Islam. The Ecthesis
The Eccthesis essentially commands the Ghassanids to submit to the Saracens.
After the death of Umar in 644 Aisha's proto-Karaites fell under the rule of a Karaite convert to the Judeo-Baptist Gnostic Faith called Uthman who was opposed by other proto-Karaites. Uthman wanted to stop the spread of Judeo-Baptist Gnostic material in common Quraysh Arabic and tried to include many Karaite ideas. He also tried to win support from Pope Martin of Gaza. But his attempts were ultimately unsuccessful. Yazdegard III attempted an unsuccessful uprising against Uthman before fleeing with his Nestorian sons to Central Asia where he was given a Christian burial.
Tyops of Constans replaces Ecthesis which is opposed by Saracens as well as by Pope Martin of Gaza.
The Byzantines arrest Pope Martin accusing him of providing the Saracens a 'Tomus' concerning "what they should believe" and sentence him to death. Pope Martin, Ep. 14, PL 87, 199A, (ca. 653 AD)
Uthman appointed Ali his successor when he died but Aisha's proto-Karaites tried to prevent the Noahite Gnostics & Al-Lahazim from becoming Persia's rulers. Although the Noahite Gnostics & Al-Lahazim were not overthrown Aisha's proto-Karaites seceded Syria from the Empire.
After they finished their conquests, their Caliphate consisted of 7 provinces:
Ali was followed by Husseyn which is when Aisha's proto-Karaites saw their opportunity and had Husseyn killed to established themselves on the throne instead. That lead to a civil war. Muawiya won but agreed that Husseyn would be his successor as king of the Arabs.
Sebeos indicates that the Caliphate is a satellite of the Antichrist and depicts Muawiya as rejecting Christ, but according to other sources, Muawiya's daughter was baptised. He also prayed at the tomb of Mary in Gethsemane and at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre after being entering alliance with Byzantines and being crowned king of Jerusalem It seems Muawiya, despite his earlier beliefs was a convert to something recognisable as Christianity.
Muawiya's son like the rest of Aisha's proto-Karaites did not honour the arrangement and had Husseyn killed leading to the rebellion of Al-Lahazim under the leadership of ibn Al-Zubayr as the rightful Sassanian King.
Abdul-Malik crushed ibn Al-Zubayir and adopted the religion of Al-Lahazim as a repost against the most problematic elements of Gnostic Christianity.
Abdul Malik supported John of Daylam.
Philippicus Bardanes attempts to rehabilitate Monothelitism to counter the development of Islam.
Al-Lahazim came to power again as the Abbasids. Anan ben David was arrested meeting Abu Hanifa in prison who advised him on how to establish a new religion for the proto-Karaites.