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Friday, August 31, 2012

In Full Disclosure To My Non-Messianic Jewish Friends (e.g., UMBC Hillel and JSU)...

I need to state the following:


  1. As a Patrilineal Jew and Jewish Christian, I consider myself Jewish and (to be candid) a Completed Jew. As I've written, "I believe that Jews are first and foremost an 'am, an ethnos, a people--which is part of why, as Torah commanded, one must be cut off (i.e., exiled or even put to death) for worshiping other gods--viz., cutting yourself off from G-d in some way was cutting off your very life, your very being." Furthermore, " as the Talmud...rightly states...,... "A Jew, even if he sins, is still a Jew." Because of this and because of cutting yourself off from the Jewish G-d, you are a Jew who has cut his life off as opposed to a Jew who became a gentile. As Tanakh states, anyway, a Kushite can't change his skin and the leopard can't change his spots (cf. Jeremiah 13:23); thus a Jew, though he or she cuts his or her life off, remains a Jew."
  2. I do not believe that groups such as Jews For Jesus and Chosen People Ministries cause any havoc or tsores against the Jewish community. As I've written, " Jews for Jesus does not intend to "induce someone to convert to one's faith" or "recruit someone to join one's party, institution, or cause"-- that is not up to them." 1 Corinthians 3:5-7 explains the position of Messianic Jewish (Hebrew Christian, Jewish Christian) groups.
  3. I am offended by the implication that I am not a Jew even though I believe that a Jewish man was and is the Jewish Messiah--and Reform and Reconstructionist Jews don't even believe in a personal Mashiach or even (in some cases) a Messianic Age. So, why am I being punished for believing that a Jewish man fulfills the Biblical mandate and fits the Biblical concept of Mashiach? As I've written, "[D]on't tell me that I'm not Jewish because I believe that a Jewish man who you don't believe is the Messiah, is the Messiah."
  4. I do not believe in proselytizing. As I've written, "Many people...are  confusing proselytizing with being open about faith. My and other Messianic Jews' intent is not to convert or force conversion on anybody.... The Inquisitors, the pogromists, etc.--they proselytized." I won't be taken for a Pablo de Santa Maria or a Nicolas Donin, or a Pablo Christiani.   
In conclusion, I need to honestly disclose that I am a Patrilineal Jew and non-proselytizing Messianic Jew who considers Jews as primarily part of an ethnic group and secondarily part of religious groups (including Non-Messianic Jewish groups). On that note, I believe that Jews like myself--that is, Messianic Jews--remain Jews and believe that only G-d may lead a Jew to be a Messianic Jew. Messianic Jews such as myself, Jews for Jesus, and Chosen People Ministries are not individual Jews and Jewish groups who intend to forcibly attempt to convert fellow Jews to believe in a Mashiach, let alone in the Biblical and historical Jesus of Nazareth as Mashiach--the proselytizers are those such as the Pablo de Santa Marias, Nicolas Donins, and Pablo Christianis within the Messianic Jewish community.   

Part Seven Of My Stage32 Submission

Glossy Page 3
I didn't scan the original one in well at all. Nonetheless, the picture is of Andy and Julia Fosko Rusnak in the 1940s.

Wedding Day in Westmoreland County, June 29, 1905


Mary Theresa Trudniak at her wedding on May 10, 1934. 
Pop-Pop and Grandma (nee Joan Adele Gaydos) Czarnecki on their son Greg's first wedding day.
Uncle Gary with grandmas Mary Trudniak Czarnecki and Mary Rusnak Gaydos at Dad's first wedding, July 22, 1989.




Thursday, August 30, 2012

Part Six of My Stage32 Submission

Also known as glossy-page Part Two
Incidentally, Dad had a broken collarbone from a fall from a highchair. 
Left to right: Pop-Pop (John "Jack" Gregory Czarnecki), Granduncle James "Jim" Julian Czarnecki, Great-Grandma (nee Mary Theresa Trudniak) Czarnecki, Aunt Mary, Great-Granddad and Dad, and Granduncle Francis Anthony "Red" Czarnecki (1920-1985). This is from Easter 1963. By the way, I'll explain where the names came from later--they're all family or otherwise-significant names--and you can guess where Granduncle Jim's middle name came from.

"Doesn't seem too upset at his [Grandfather Czarnecki]". Dad understandably did not like his granddad Anthony Czarnecki--who became like his mother, Alexandria Alice Andrulewicz Czarnecki. To scan in the picture and leave out that certain part of the caption means that Dad must still (so to speak) have a raw nerve hit about who his granddad really was and how he committed suicide.
Dad's baptism in 1960. This is the first picture that I ever saw of Great-Granddad Anthony Czarnecki and was taken aback by how much he looked like Pop-Pop.





Great-Granddad Anthony Czarnecki with Dad at Christmas in the 1960s. As Crypto Jews, they did not celebrate Hanukkah.



Goals For the 2012-2013 (And My Final Undegraduate) School Year

Year goals (effective August 30, 2012):

1)      Have one treat per day (Milkshakes, brownies, semester-opening treats, etc. count as treats. Smaller things for special occasions—e.g., mini candies for Halloween, Hanukkah, Christmas, and other holidays—do not.).
2)      Don’t overeat or overindulge. If and in case of overindulging, have plenty of water, oatmeal, coffee, and/or gum on hand and extra water, etc. as necessary.
3)      Eat kosher or mostly kosher (healthy included in kosher).
4)      Go to bed at 12:30-2:00 AM every night, and wake up at 9:30 AM-12:30 PM every day.
5)      Shower at least once a week.
6)      Don’t overspend (including overspending in donating) debit or UMBC card money.
a)      Check debit and UMBC card accounts frequently
b)      When possible, use meal plans for Dining Hall meals.
c)      When eating at Outtakes for lunch, take water bottle and granola or Clif bar—buy sandwich or salad and yogurt.
d)      When at Late Night, get coffee at minimum; salad, sandwich, or and other healthy food for snack and/or meal at maximum.
7)      Study hours per day at maximum, every other day at minimum (depending on classes per day, etc.):
a)      Poli 301-02: 1 hour, 40 minutes
b)      Poli 206-01: 5 hours
c)      Poli 320-01: 2 ½ hours
d)      Biol 106-01: 2 ½ hours
8)      Read Parsha and/or Haftarah at least every other day if not every day.
9)      Write in Prayer Journal at least every other day if not every day.
10)   Shower at least once if not twice a week.
11)  Watch only “The O’Reilly Factor” at 8:00 (Monday-Friday) as TV watching and “Geraldo at Large” at 10:00 (Saturdays) except for special occasions (e.g., little or no TV during finals, and watch more on Election Night or during breaking news events that merit more coverage)
12)  Attend UMBC Hillel Shabbatot and other events, and Students For Israel events when possible.
13)  Don’t procrastinate.
14)  Call Mom every day.
15)  Make more—or at least closer—friends.
16)  Pay attention in class.
17)  Don’t spend unnecessary amounts of time on Facebook, Twitter, etc.
18)  Do some stretches at least every other if not every day.
19)  Brush teeth at least every other if not every day.
20)  Write verse or Biblical insight in planner every week in weekly notes.
21)  Go to church at least every other if not every week.

Can I trust you all to pray for and encourage me to make my best efforts to abide by these goals which I set for myself? A lot of these goals are hard to abide by with my Cereral Palsy, OCD/Anxiety/Depression/mild ADD/possible Aspeberger's, propensity to eat out of boredom, emotion, etc.; and the energy taken out of me from dealing with my C.P., etc. among other issues with which I deal.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Part Five Of My Stage32 Submission


Also known as that part (or at least one of the parts) where I insert various documents, pictures, etc. into the book on laminated or glossy sheets of paper.
Andy and Julia Rusnak with their first two daughters (and first two surviving children)

Julia Fosko Rusnak and five of her six surviving daughters


Michael Gaydos, Jr. with wife Marysia "Mary" Elizabeth Rusnak Gaydos and grandchildren Mary and Greg.



Monday, August 27, 2012

Part Four of My Stage32 Submission

Since I do watch my Feedjit stats, and someone asked (maybe one of the Wojnars, though they'd be in Miami as far as I know), I'll answer a question:


    
Vero Beach, Florida arrived from google.com on "The Nicole Factor" by searching for is gaydos a jewish name.
21:13:08 -- 1 hour 43 mins ago


Yes, "Gaydos" can be a Jewish name--look on JewishGen, Yad Vashem, etc.. In our case, Mihal Gajdosz was a Jew--his parents were Anusim (or at least he was the Anusi son of) Jan and Maria Anna Homova Gajdosz, and his brothers were Gyorgy and Paul. He also plays into Great-Grandma Gaydos' games, by the way--anyone who followed my original Stage32 writer-qualifier submission can see how I was trying to tie him, his wife (my great-great-grandma), and his daughter-in-law into current events (e.g., "Hate In the Heartland").

In other words, that "Geraldo At Large" special gave me an idea of what my great-great-grandparents faced back then--and thus why they played the kinds of games that they played. However, he (Mihal Gajdosz) didn't until he got involved with Katarina Szuanna Uszinskyova--a maven at game playing (By the way, if there is a feminine form of "maven", I can't find it or figure it out at present--you can see what my Anusi relatives, including the Gajdoszes, didn't pass on to me.).

To clarify, Great-Great-Granddad Gajdosz (later "Gajdos" and "Gaydos") was honest on his records (at least as far as an Anusi can or will be honest, as far as I recall) until he married Katherine Susan Ushinsky ("Keyde Usziansky"). Then came the Census records, etc. with wrong information regarding names, birthdates, etc.--and no attempt to correct them.

As far as what they faced (e.g., the Don Blacks of back then), they played the games that they played to avoid their day's Don Blacks. As I stated, Great-Great-Granddad Gaydos was for a time honest at least as far as an Anusi can or will be honest--and that means that he didn't openly state that he was a Jew.

As I also stated, Katherine Susan Ushinsky Gaydos was the maven who influenced his further dishonesty. As I explained, they played the games that they played to avoid their day's Don Blacks--and she did her gameplaying particularly craftily. In fact, I could not find her Ellis Island record for a long time because of this--but in fact, she had a Philadelphia port record, and (from Ancestry.com itself), this is what it looks like  (and thus also explains why she stated that her mom was born "Anna Hazlinsky"):

Name:Maria Uscianski
[Katarina Maria Uscianski] 
Arrival Date:9 May 1894
Age:18 Years
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1876
Gender:Female
Port of Departure:Liverpool, England
Ship Name:Indiana
Port of Arrival:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Friend's Name:Marion Hazlinski
Last Residence:Taros
Microfilm Roll Number:T840_20



By the way, guess who put "Katarina Maria" as the correction until I saw the 1940 Census record and immediately connected "S." to that she had a daughter named Susan?

Name:Catherine S Gaydos
Age:67
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1873
Gender:Female
Race:White
Birthplace:Czechoslovakia
Marital Status:Widowed
Relation to Head of House:Head
Home in 1940:Roaringcreek, Columbia, Pennsylvania
View Map
House Number:383
Farm:Yes
Inferred Residence in 1935:Roaringcreek, Columbia, Pennsylvania
Residence in 1935:Same Place
Citizenship:Naturalized
Sheet Number:10B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:99
Neighbors:View others on page
Household Members:
NameAge
Catherine S Gaydos67
Andrew J Gaydos33


By the way, Ancestry.com took "Saros" in fancy writing as "Taros"--I can't blame Great-Great-Grandma for that. Go see the original images if you need to see them--I have nothing to hide; I just don't feel like saving the images onto my computer when Ancestry.com could allow me to copy and paste the image of the records.

Also by the way, this ties into why Michael Gaydos, Jr. (Great-Granddad Gaydos) married game-player Mary Rusnak Gaydos. You hopefully see why he now married her--although he, bravely enough during the cold war, admitted "We're Russian." Hang on to his "We're Russian." admission, because that implied stand for Soviet (and other) Jews is going to be important. 

Parts 1-3 of My Stage32 Submission


THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012

Part One Of My Stage32 Writer's Submission

You know what? For lack of better termage, screw it--it may not be creative, but I'm going to write down the real story with the real names for Stage 32--and so what if I get sued? Truth is a lot more interesting than fiction; and in this case, could be turned into something creative--like a movie based on it.

Here's the real story--real names, real everything. The Foczkos, my dad's maternal grandmother's maternal family--in other words, Greg Czarnecki's maternal grandmother (Marysia "Mary" Elizabeth Rusnak Gaydos)'s family--to begin with them--are Khazar-Levitical Jews. In other words, we're part of the 52% of Ashkenazi Levites that had a Khazar patriarch incorporated into our Levitical lines at some points--my cousin Kevin Fosko (who has an Americanized version of "Foczko"--as my great-great-grandmother, Julia Fosko Rusnak, did) took a DNA test and found the R1a1a1 marker and got hits in Germany, Slovakia, Denmark, and (particularly where Foczkos with the exact spelling of the surname that we used have been) Poland.

There was a triangle that the Foczkos were part of once we moved from Khazaria to Russia, to Poland: the triangle was Warsaw, Lodz, and Radom. We got kicked out of that triangle and moved to Zlata Idka, Slovakia (then Aranyida, Hungary) in about 1776--we converted, we were Anusim, and (for lack of better termage) that was a no-no. Why we were Anusim, I don't know. Anyway, we were Anusim--and in many respects, still are--even the Messianics among us (myself included) have many Anusim among us (Well, I'm not one of them--I'm openly a Messianic Jew, though I didn't know that I'm Jewish for a long time.).

By the way, if you don't believe me, go look up "Foczko", "Focko", etc. on JewishGen.org, FamilySearch.org, Ancestry.com, and wherever else--I (along with Kevin, among others; but Kevin and I for the most part) have done the homework. I should've mentioned Khazaria.com, too, while I'm at it--how much do I have to cite to not get sued, by the way (I hate the MLA, by the way--there is nothing new under the sun! Isn't basic citation or attribution enough?)?

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 2012

Part Two Of My Stage32 Writer's Submission

This story just keeps writing itself. This morning, I found out that Kevin went behind my back and complained to my mom that I'm misrepresenting him and the DNA results, and he's going to write a "registered letter to genealogy" (whatever that means) or something like that. I am still waiting for e-mail responses back at the time of this writing (or rather, writing down--since I'm basically just writing down my family story). To summarize the e-mails and make a long story short, nonetheless, I told him that I am not returning or advocating a return to Khazarate, Levitical, or other Non-Messianic Judaism--for example, to (and here's where the ADL comes after me) pedophiliac metzitzah b'peh--basically, fellatio performed on a circumcised child as an excuse to suck the blood from his wound (if you don't believe me, go look it up for yourself--I've read and researched about it). As one Jews for Jesus forum user once said, the Talmud is a wicked book--and I am not advocating returning to that.

To make a longer story short, I first found out that I am Jewish in 2008 or thereabouts (if not 2008--from what I remember, I joined Ancestry.com on March 12, 2008--as Ancestry.com indicates--to research whether or not I'm Jewish). Forget the Foczkos for a minute, by the way--in other words, don't literally forget them but hold on to them for later, because I'll come back to them. I remembered when my dad used to call me "Nicole Charnetski", had already come across The Complete Jewish Bible by 2006, and was getting into the Jewish roots of my Christian faith. I had also typed in "jewsforjesus.com" or something like that for (what I thought was) a joke, and so began my journey into finding out that my great-granddad Anthony Czarnecki--if nobody else, or at least he (since I at the time, as far as I remember, wasn't really or at all thinking about if anyone else)--was Jewish.

What pops up later but a copy of Julian Czarnecki's death certificate (which Kevin did generously provide for me, by the way)? The death certificate had the names "Czarnecki" and "Danilowicz".

By the way, I'm not using other people's family and civil documents to make up stories like my dad and granddad did--I promise.

To be continued. 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 2012

Part Three Of My Stage32 Writer's Submission

For a lack of better termage and since someone in Brooklyn searched, I'll get one of the sensitive chapters (maybe the most-sensitive chapter) over with.


   


I did not find out that Great-Grandma Gaydos was a kapo until much later. I watch my Feeedjit (for Blogger) stats, by the way--so if you are who I think you are (i.e., Ally Shumack or one of the other Rusnaks in New York) and you haven't been following what I've been writing, you're in for a surprise about your cousin, or your grandaunt (if you're my great-grandaunt Agnes Rusnak Shumack's granddaughter or grandson), or whoever she (that is, Great-Grandma Gaydos) is to you--that is, in relation to you.

By the way, I may be jumping back and forth here, but this all connects--and will help you understand why my grandma Joan Czarnecki (nee Gaydos) married Jack Czarnecki. To begin, who else would marry a Crypto Jew but a Crypto Jew (with few exceptions, though--might I add--Anusim did stick together and still stick together)? Who else, also, would marry a Crypto Jew who was good at hiding secrets? I'll obviously get back to Great-Granddad Czarnecki and the Czarneckis in a minute, by the way.

Meanwhile and anyway, I'd give Dr. MaryAnn Gaydos (Grandma's surviving-oldest sister at present) credit for making up such a clever story if the situation for which it was made up wasn't as serious as it was. I have to begin with Dr. Gaydos' story because it'll show you how full of secrets and (for a lack of better termage) crap my family is.

Dr. Gaydos claimed that after the war (according to Kevin, though I've recalled during the war), relatives wrote to Great-Grandma Gaydos asking for money. Great-Grandma Gaydos, according to her daughter, then stopped writing. She, however (and as Kevin reminded me that Dr. Gaydos had stated), sent food.

To make the true story short, records on YadVashem.org (which I found while searching to see if any relatives were mentioned or noted on Yad Vashem's website)--so to speak--poke holes right in Dr. Gaydos' story. Now, is it traumatic for a 10-12-year-child to deal with her mother being a kapo? Yes. Does that excuse the cover-up for her mother years later? No, it does not.

The story (as I figured out on my own and through contacting a relative-in-law's grandnephew) is this: Great-Grandma Gaydos had Non-Messianic Jewish relatives in Kosice, Slovakia (then part of Hungary and then Czechoslovakia) who reached out to their Anusi relative as a final resort--after all, they realized that they had stayed in Europe for far too long and should have made (but regrettably did not make) aliyah or another type of exit from Europe (which, long story short, Tibor Geza Rusznyak eventually did--and after he survived the Holocaust, and by coming to Ohio and understandably never contacting our side of the family for the rest of his life).

They, like all other Orthodox P'rushi ("Rabbinate") Jews, were done with the Gyorgy Rusznak ("Gyorgy Kvetkovits"--in other words, Great-Great-Granddad Rusnak's paternal granddad)'s side of the family--with shiva having been sat for him (that is, Gyorgy "Gyorgy Kvetkovits" Rusznak) years ago. However, sinceTalmud Bavli states that one may break a mitzvah to save a life, they obviously broke the shiva-set boundary to save their own lives and their families' lives by reaching out to an Anusi relative.

What was at least one smuggled dollar to get Vilmosz Rusznak, Zoli Grinfeld (Vilmosz's brother in law), and their families out of Europe? What was reaching out to Jewish relatives as a (supposedly-) Jesus-believing Jew? What was helping family and exposing one's self as a Jew?

To Great-Grandma Gaydos, it was everything--and she stopped writing to Vilmosz, Zoli, and the rest of the family in Kosice--and that's how she became akapo. By the way, I now understand the remark that Mom told me that Grandma had once made to her during a conversation about sponsoring needy children--that is, "You keep your money in your own country."

If you think that what Great-Grandma Gaydos did to Vilmosz, Zoli, and their families hit then-10-to-12-year-old MaryAnn, just imagine how it hit then 6-to-8-year-old Joan--and it must continue to hit the self-proclaimed Czechslovakian-American Catholic years later. By the way, Claims Conference Records on JewishGen.org indicate that Vilmosz survived after all. However, neither such evidence nor any other evidence indicates that Zoli and his family did--in fact, the evidences indicates the contrary. Also by the way, one of the Rusznak-Grinfeld children (Sandor) was MaryAnn's age at the time that he was murdered (The other child, Miklosz, was only 10.).

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Part Three Of My Stage32 Writer's Submission

For a lack of better termage and since someone in Brooklyn searched, I'll get one of the sensitive chapters (maybe the most-sensitive chapter) over with.


   


I did not find out that Great-Grandma Gaydos was a kapo until much later. I watch my Feeedjit (for Blogger) stats, by the way--so if you are who I think you are (i.e., Ally Shumack or one of the other Rusnaks in New York) and you haven't been following what I've been writing, you're in for a surprise about your cousin, or your grandaunt (if you're my great-grandaunt Agnes Rusnak Shumack's granddaughter or grandson), or whoever she (that is, Great-Grandma Gaydos) is to you--that is, in relation to you.

By the way, I may be jumping back and forth here, but this all connects--and will help you understand why my grandma Joan Czarnecki (nee Gaydos) married Jack Czarnecki. To begin, who else would marry a Crypto Jew but a Crypto Jew (with few exceptions, though--might I add--Anusim did stick together and still stick together)? Who else, also, would marry a Crypto Jew who was good at hiding secrets? I'll obviously get back to Great-Granddad Czarnecki and the Czarneckis in a minute, by the way.

Meanwhile and anyway, I'd give Dr. MaryAnn Gaydos (Grandma's surviving-oldest sister at present) credit for making up such a clever story if the situation for which it was made up wasn't as serious as it was. I have to begin with Dr. Gaydos' story because it'll show you how full of secrets and (for a lack of better termage) crap my family is.

Dr. Gaydos claimed that after the war (according to Kevin, though I've recalled during the war), relatives wrote to Great-Grandma Gaydos asking for money. Great-Grandma Gaydos, according to her daughter, then stopped writing. She, however (and as Kevin reminded me that Dr. Gaydos had stated), sent food.

To make the true story short, records on YadVashem.org (which I found while searching to see if any relatives were mentioned or noted on Yad Vashem's website)--so to speak--poke holes right in Dr. Gaydos' story. Now, is it traumatic for a 10-12-year-child to deal with her mother being a kapo? Yes. Does that excuse the cover-up for her mother years later? No, it does not.

The story (as I figured out on my own and through contacting a relative-in-law's grandnephew) is this: Great-Grandma Gaydos had Non-Messianic Jewish relatives in Kosice, Slovakia (then part of Hungary and then Czechoslovakia) who reached out to their Anusi relative as a final resort--after all, they realized that they had stayed in Europe for far too long and should have made (but regrettably did not make) aliyah or another type of exit from Europe (which, long story short, Tibor Geza Rusznyak eventually did--and after he survived the Holocaust, and by coming to Ohio and understandably never contacting our side of the family for the rest of his life).

They, like all other Orthodox P'rushi ("Rabbinate") Jews, were done with the Gyorgy Rusznak ("Gyorgy Kvetkovits"--in other words, Great-Great-Granddad Rusnak's paternal granddad)'s side of the family--with shiva having been sat for him (that is, Gyorgy "Gyorgy Kvetkovits" Rusznak) years ago. However, since Talmud Bavli states that one may break a mitzvah to save a life, they obviously broke the shiva-set boundary to save their own lives and their families' lives by reaching out to an Anusi relative.

What was at least one smuggled dollar to get Vilmosz Rusznak, Zoli Grinfeld (Vilmosz's brother in law), and their families out of Europe? What was reaching out to Jewish relatives as a (supposedly-) Jesus-believing Jew? What was helping family and exposing one's self as a Jew?

To Great-Grandma Gaydos, it was everything--and she stopped writing to Vilmosz, Zoli, and the rest of the family in Kosice--and that's how she became a kapo. By the way, I now understand the remark that Mom told me that Grandma had once made to her during a conversation about sponsoring needy children--that is, "You keep your money in your own country."

If you think that what Great-Grandma Gaydos did to Vilmosz, Zoli, and their families hit then-10-to-12-year-old MaryAnn, just imagine how it hit then 6-to-8-year-old Joan--and it must continue to hit the self-proclaimed Czechslovakian-American Catholic years later. By the way, Claims Conference Records on JewishGen.org indicate that Vilmosz survived after all. However, neither such evidence nor any other evidence indicates that Zoli and his family did--in fact, the evidences indicates the contrary. Also by the way, one of the Rusznak-Grinfeld children (Sandor) was MaryAnn's age at the time that he was murdered (The other child, Miklosz, was only 10.).


Friday, August 24, 2012

Part Two Of My Stage32 Writer's Submission

This story just keeps writing itself. This morning, I found out that Kevin went behind my back and complained to my mom that I'm misrepresenting him and the DNA results, and he's going to write a "registered letter to genealogy" (whatever that means) or something like that. I am still waiting for e-mail responses back at the time of this writing (or rather, writing down--since I'm basically just writing down my family story). To summarize the e-mails and make a long story short, nonetheless, I told him that I am not returning or advocating a return to Khazarate, Levitical, or other Non-Messianic Judaism--for example, to (and here's where the ADL comes after me) pedophiliac metzitzah b'peh--basically, fellatio performed on a circumcised child as an excuse to suck the blood from his wound (if you don't believe me, go look it up for yourself--I've read and researched about it). As one Jews for Jesus forum user once said, the Talmud is a wicked book--and I am not advocating returning to that.

To make a longer story short, I first found out that I am Jewish in 2008 or thereabouts (if not 2008--from what I remember, I joined Ancestry.com on March 12, 2008--as Ancestry.com indicates--to research whether or not I'm Jewish). Forget the Foczkos for a minute, by the way--in other words, don't literally forget them but hold on to them for later, because I'll come back to them. I remembered when my dad used to call me "Nicole Charnetski", had already come across The Complete Jewish Bible by 2006, and was getting into the Jewish roots of my Christian faith. I had also typed in "jewsforjesus.com" or something like that for (what I thought was) a joke, and so began my journey into finding out that my great-granddad Anthony Czarnecki--if nobody else, or at least he (since I at the time, as far as I remember, wasn't really or at all thinking about if anyone else)--was Jewish.

What pops up later but a copy of Julian Czarnecki's death certificate (which Kevin did generously provide for me, by the way)? The death certificate had the names "Czarnecki" and "Danilowicz".

By the way, I'm not using other people's family and civil documents to make up stories like my dad and granddad did--I promise.

To be continued. 


Another Thing About Being Jewish


"Mandel" is not a koheni kinnui.
  • Not all Levys, etc. are Levi'im, either--for example, some Khazars married Levi'yot and took on Levi kinnuim and other Levi surnames (though they're all deceased now, and their "Levy", etc. descendants are Levi'im). As for Levi'im Levi'im are like kohanim--especially if Non-Levi Israelim and/or Non Jews crept into our lines. For example, the Foczkos are Khazarate-Levitical Jews--and Kevin may dispute this all that he wants, but writing a letter won't change that the Foczkos (Fockos, Foskos) went from Khazaria and Russia to Germany, Denmark, Poland, and (in our cases) Slovakia, Hungary, the United States, and Switzerland (as one Foczkova did marry and move to Switzerland from Slovakia). Here's an example of a Levi grave of a Levi who did not have a Levi kinnui:
His name was "Black", which is not a Levi kinnui
  • As for Isra'elim (just as with kohanim and Levi'im), not all have Isra'elim kinnuim or surnames such as "Israel", "Judycki" ("Yuditski"), or "Jacobi". Not all Jewish gravestones--Isra'eli, Levi, or koheni--have Jewish symbols, either. Case in point:
Her name was Jennifer "Jennie" Ulawski Gladey Czarnecki, by the way. We don't know what the Chernetskis (Czarneckis) were--they may well have been Danim if "Danilowicz" incidates "Dan", "Dani", "ben-Dani", or bnei-Dan" as opposed to "ben-Dani'el". "Andrulewicz", "Morgiewicz" (Margiewicz"), and "Chernetski" indicate absolutely nothing (as far as tribal affiliation).


An Anusi Levi grave, by the way--which is not obvious. Like Great-Granduncle "Johnkie"'s grave, it is not marked with a Jewish symbol whatsoever.
aka "Jacob Cohen"

I Have a Choice About My Jewishness, And...

I can, at my age and in my current circumstances, no longer use ignorance as an excuse. To be fair to myself and even others, I acknowledge that I was once at ages at which, and in circumstances in which, I was not even influenced--let alone provoked--to ask whether or not I'm Jewish. But now that I'm old enough and in other circumstances, I have a few choices regarding my Jewishness--none of which include ignorance or unknowing of my Jewishness, or fumigation of my DNA. Among the choices are:

  1. Denying that I'm Jewish. I can easily fall back on the cockamamie Fosko-Rusnak story that we're Czechoslovakian Byzantine Catholics, and the Czarnecki story that we're Polish-Lithuanian Roman Catholics who descended from lone immigrant Anthony Czarniecki and his great-whatever-granddad Stefan Czarniecki.
  2. Otherwise going Anusit (Crypto Jewish).
  3. Denying that Jewishness is an ethnic identity. Why not fall back on the excuse that Jewishness is a religious identity as opposed to an ethnic one?
  4. Pretending that because I believe in Jesus (Yeshua), I'm no longer an ethnic Jew--I somehow became an ethnic gentile by believing in the Jewish Messiah.
  5. Pretending that because my mom is (as far as I know) a gentile, I am not ethnically Jewish, anyway--in other words, denying that my Jewish dad had any part in my creation.
  6. Becoming a Self-Hating Jew.
  7. Actually using ignorance as an excuse (although, as I said, I really can't at my age and in my circumstances--besides, people would see right through my supposed ignorance).
  8. Not caring that I'm Jewish, anyway--using the "There is neither Jew nor gentile...", "We're all one in Christ.", "What does it matter?" interpretation of Galatians 3:28 that my mom uses.
  9. Converting ("returning" or becoming a "gerah tzedekah" in the case of converting) to Non-Messianic Judaism (depending how one would view my conversion).
  10. Proudly identifying as a Patrilineal and Messianic Jew (Jewish Christian).
I choose Choice #10: "Proudly identifying as a Patrilineal and Messianic Jew (Jewish Christian)." I'll break down why I didn't choose the other reasons later.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Part One Of My Stage32 Writer's Submission

You know what? For lack of better termage, screw it--it may not be creative, but I'm going to write down the real story with the real names for Stage 32--and so what if I get sued? Truth is a lot more interesting than fiction; and in this case, could be turned into something creative--like a movie based on it.

Here's the real story--real names, real everything. The Foczkos, my dad's maternal grandmother's maternal family--in other words, Greg Czarnecki's maternal grandmother (Marysia "Mary" Elizabeth Rusnak Gaydos)'s family--to begin with them--are Khazar-Levitical Jews. In other words, we're part of the 52% of Ashkenazi Levites that had a Khazar patriarch incorporated into our Levitical lines at some points--my cousin Kevin Fosko (who has an Americanized version of "Foczko"--as my great-great-grandmother, Julia Fosko Rusnak, did) took a DNA test and found the R1a1a1 marker and got hits in Germany, Slovakia, Denmark, and (particularly where Foczkos with the exact spelling of the surname that we used have been) Poland.

There was a triangle that the Foczkos were part of once we moved from Khazaria to Russia, to Poland: the triangle was Warsaw, Lodz, and Radom. We got kicked out of that triangle and moved to Zlata Idka, Slovakia (then Aranyida, Hungary) in about 1776--we converted, we were Anusim, and (for lack of better termage) that was a no-no. Why we were Anusim, I don't know. Anyway, we were Anusim--and in many respects, still are--even the Messianics among us (myself included) have many Anusim among us (Well, I'm not one of them--I'm openly a Messianic Jew, though I didn't know that I'm Jewish for a long time.).

By the way, if you don't believe me, go look up "Foczko", "Focko", etc. on JewishGen.org, FamilySearch.org, Ancestry.com, and wherever else--I (along with Kevin, among others; but Kevin and I for the most part) have done the homework. I should've mentioned Khazaria.com, too, while I'm at it--how much do I have to cite to not get sued, by the way (I hate the MLA, by the way--there is nothing new under the sun! Isn't basic citation or attribution enough?)?

To be continued. I'll provide screenshots, etc. later--and also depending on how much I won't get sued, etc..

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Another Blog Shabbat Yesterday...

It was semi unintentional (I ran out of time.). Nonetheless, I must be (so to speak) racking up Shabbatot this week (Sunday and Wednesday) for some reason--maybe something big in which I can't take Blog Shabbatot must be about to happen. Incidentally, Chodesh Elul is supposed to happen on the 19th (and rekeeping track of the date, it is the 26 of Av, 27th tonight); so that could have something to do with it--though the summer's been quite eventful! 

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Why Russian Jews And Jews Like Myself Are Perhaps Not Buriable In Israel


 Many of those Former Soviet nationals are Jews but are not considered as such by the Orthodox Pharisees--either because they're Karaites, Messianic Jews (Jewish Christians), or something else altogether; Patrilineal Jews or not Matrilineally or otherwise Jewish enough. I come from that very legacy--I am a Jewish Christian but can't even look to bury myself and reinter certain relatives in Israel because we were Ashkenazim Anusim and/or descendants thereof. Prime example: my great-granduncle Bernie--the only reason that he can't be reinterred in Israel is because his parents lived as Crypto Jews (Anusim) in Poland during the pogroms and America when their non-converted family kicked them off of the family farm. Otherwise, with no direct descendants or anyone else claiming to be his next of kin, who would object to me taking my Anusi great-granddad's brother to the land that my great-great-grandparents yearned for?

Monday, August 13, 2012

Let's See...

  1. I observed my Blog Shabbat for this week yesterday.
  2. I'm changing my Blogger habits--sort of. For certain people (at least those who I'm friendly and/or reconciled with), I won't say and do certain things. As for the people that I don't like, I'm just not giving you the time of day and I'm letting you fall into your own trap unless I absolutely have to expose you--e.g., Toby Keith, Tiki Barber and Traci Lynn Johnson Barber. As for Toby Keith--as I've blogged before--, the man had gallbladder surgery and now has time to think and reflect--so, I wish the man well and hopes that he uses his time out to get his priorities in order. As for Tiki and Traci Lynn Johnson Barber; they're now married and the ones who are going to have to deal with what they've done if and when their marriage goes the way that Tiki Barber's first marriage did. As for who they're friends with and who's friends with them, I can do nothing about that. Besides, I have people in my own life for whom some people would like at me like I'm Tiki or Traci Johnson Barber.
  3. I'm given up on holding family, friends, etc. accountable in real life as well--not that I'm perfect, but you'll fall into whatever traps of your own that you've set up. As I did say in the open letter and the follow up (which few to none bothered to read), though (and both of which I ended up removing partly because so few people read the follow up); you can forget me sharing family pictures--after all, if I have to ask you to post an image while you're posting the same kinds of images (e.g., of yourself and of others who you've asked me not to post pictures of, all while you're posting pictures of yourself and even of them), you can perhaps even forget my taking of pictures of you. I'm not playing your hypocritical games anymore, and you'll miss of a heck of a lot of memories. By the way, this isn't everyone in the family--this is only those few with (so to speak) sticks up their butt about what I do and have a "G-d forbid that you do it, but I can do whatever I want" attitude. To the ones who aren't hypocritical and don't mind picture taking and sharing, you'll always be allowed to see my photos.  
  4. For some reason, my Google Chrome broswer and Wireless Mouse are going AWOL, and my Internet Explorer can be a bit slow.

I could go on, but few to none of you will probably give a darn.

Friday, August 10, 2012

The DNA Results Actually Only Solidify That...

We're Matrilineal Levites with Khazar blood on the Focko/Foczko/Fosko side. With the circumstantial evidence, the Foczkos stand as a case of proving both that Khazars did convert into Judaism and become convert Levites, and that they married Levite women in order to do so. For once thing, Jews in Poland who have the name "Focko" or "Foczko" are right near the Slovakian border.

Searching for Surname (phonetically like) FOCZKO

Run on Friday 10 August 2012 at 15:46:02

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The Nowogrodek Province 1929 Polish Business Directory
Warszawa Gubernia Duma Voters Lists, 1907 
Lodz Ghetto List
The Lódz Ghetto Work Identification Cards
231 matches found for that search.


Put Radom, Warsawza, and Lodz into a map, and:



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For second, one of the Fockos who had the misfortune of being a Holocaust victim shares a cousin's name--Miriam. Our cousin is Mariama--not Mary, Marysia, etc.. Third, there are hardly or even no "Marys" in our Foczko line for the girls until others--e.g., the Hanzoks and Rusnaks--come in; and most of those Marys were named after relatives--e.g., Marysia Rusnak Gaydos for Marysia Novakova Rusnakova, Dr. MaryAnn Gaydos for her mother, her aunt Mary Ann Gaydos Drank, and great-grandma Maria Homova Gajdoszova; and my aunt for her grandmothers--not the Virgin Mary. By the way, Ashkenazic Jews were often named "Mary" and variants thereof for "Mariam".

For third, Crypto Jews stuck together--e.g., the "Kvetkovits" (not "Cvetkovic") and Molnar Rusnaks, and the Rusnak Novaks. Andrew Rusnak would've never married a gentile if he didn't have to--and his wife, Julia Fosko Rusnak, was the first and only Hanzok-Foczko girl, and not named Mary! By the way, we did not take our surname until after the 1700s.

For fourth, Kevin got hits for R1a1a1 in Germany, Denmark, Poland, and Slovakia; all of where Ashkenazic Jews (including Ashkenazic Levites) have been--too significant to not place R1a1a1 in the Khazar-Jewish Levite category. Besides, ethnic Germans and Danes have R1b and I1 as their haplogroups.

In conclusion, the DNA results with the circumstantial evidence only prove that we're Khazar-Jewish Levites who thought that we were Patrilineal Levites and became an Ashkenazic Anusi mishpacha. So, our Khazar ancestors became convert Levites and married Levite women. This also means that Kevin is more than just a Lewczyk (Levshik) Levite.