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Astana: Masonic Capital of Eurasia?*

Astana: Masonic Capital of Eurasia?*

Overnight, Astana his risen to become the NWO “city of peace” Are we witnessing the diminishing role of cities like New York City representing the old world orderand the rise of Astana  representing the New World Order? Are we witnessing the reign of the antichrist coming to fruition in Astana?

The pyramid houses the Congress of World Religions


There are few places in the world that resemble Astana, the capital of oil rich Kazakhstan which is the size of Western Europe but only has 16 million people. The modern and occultic city, pop 850,000, packs a mixture of Masonic symbolism, strange architecture and eerie designs straight out of a sci-fi movie. Named capital in 1997, Astana is the first capital built in the 21st century. The city’s high paced expansion and growth is nothing short of incredible. In two decades, the city has become a global power player in international conferences, summits and expos designed to further the new age agenda (NWO). Maybe it’s for this reason Astana has been branded “City of Peace”.

Beyterek tower aka sun idol worship


An example of such gatherings is the Syrian International Meeting on Syrian Resettlement hosted by Astana in January of this year. This time (May 2017) they are back in Astana with delegations from Jordan as well. From the looks of it, Astana is being rolled out as the Geneva of the east.

The name ‘Astana’ has a few meanings in different languages. In Kazakh it literally means ‘Capital’ but its origin is in the Persian ‘Astane’. Astane (or Astaneh in Iranian accent) means “Threshold” or “gate”.

Astana Gateway of Antichrist 
According to Islamic Echteiology, the antichrist will come to rise from “the East”. It’s narrated: “Dajjal (antichrist) would come forth from a land in the East called Khurasan, followed by people whose faces resembled shields covered with skin”.
In another narration, it specifically states: “The Hour will not be established till you fight with the Khudh and the Kirman from among the non-Arabs. They will be of red faces, flat noses and small eyes; their faces will look like flat shields, and their shoes will be of hair.”
Khurasan once encompassed a large region of land of which Kazakhstan was apart of. Kazakhs match this description. They are descendants of the Turkic and medieval Mongol tribes and are for the most part ‘flat faced’ with small eyes and traditionally wear hair and fur garments such as camel hair shoes.

Astana is located in the geographical centre of Eurasia


Although the antichrist is of Jewish origin originating from an island nation, quite possibly Britain, according to Islamic traditions, his ascension will manifest from the east. This is profound, given the definition of Astana/threshold according to the Cambridge dictionary as: “the level or point at which you start to experience something, or at which something starts to happen:”


Sun Worship

The sun theme is found from everything from the country’s flag to architecture and monuments. ‘Bayterek’ (photo above) is the most famous landmark in Astana. The tower is so iconic it has been commemorated on the national currency note. The legend behind the golden sphered tower is that it represents a poplar tree (kabalah tree of life), where the magic bird ‘Samruk’ (phoenix) laid its egg. The egg (the sun) containing all of humanity’s wishes and desires (peace and paradise) is then eaten by a dragon named ‘Aidakhar’ (satan/antichrist) and the cycle repeats itself. A myth only Satanists can find inspirational and worthy of celebration.

The twin golden pillars anchoring the skyline of the city are named by the architect as “Boaz” and “Jachin”. According to the religious texts, two brass pillars named ‘Boaz’ and ‘Jachin’ stood in the porch of Solomon’s Temple. These are the same pillars Freemasons use in their craft and rituals.

Boaz and Jachin pillars/gateway

In addition to the pyramid and Masonic pillars/towers at the heart of Khazakhstan’s capital, left, there is a giant bizarre and downright satanic pentagram in a remote region of the country. The giant pentagram is visible from air and can be seen in satellite images. Not so strange maybe when considering that even the designated phone code for Khazakhstan is 7, the most sacred of numbers to Freemasons/satanists.

This strange pentagram, etched into the Earth’s surface in a remote corner of Kazakhstan, can be seen on Google Maps.

World Religion


Not to be overlooked, ‘The Palace of Peace and Reconciliation‘ is a bold  pyramid shaped building designed by world famous British architect Norman Foster.

Religious leaders of various faiths have gathered every three years in ‘The Palace of Peace and Reconciliation” around an image of a giant sun to discuss various issues, in essence concocting a new world religion. Inter-faith dialog to prepare us to accept the imposter Christ (antichrist) ‘sun’ [of] God.

The plan appears to be uniting various faith and denominations under subtle undertones and seemingly harmless pagan beliefs wrapped in furry myths. Similar to the man-made adaptations of most Christians worshipping on SUNday and most Muslims using the crescent moon as a symbol of religion, both of pagan origin. 

Global leaders to gather around the sun inside the Pyramid ‘of peace and reconciliation’


With all the Satanic and antichrist symbolism that Astana has come to enshrine, it may not seem so trivial to note that Kazakstan is also said to be land of origin of the apple tree, the same fruit said to have caused the expulsion of Adam from the Garden of Aden. Which begs the question, are we witnessing the beginning threshold of the antichrist coming to fruition in Astana?


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Central Asian States are Reluctant to Make Friends with U.S. (a Wolf)*

Central Asian States are Reluctant to Make Friends with U.S. (a Wolf)*

The Central Asian region has always been distinguished by the extensive amount of attention that various international players paid to it. After the collapse of the Soviet Union this resource-rich and strategically important region started attracting the attention of China, the United States, India, and a number of pretty influential and wealthy Muslim states like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and a number of others. Each of these global players has been pursuing his own agenda in this region.

And even if we are comprehend the desire of regional players to gain a foothold in Central Asia; America’s desire to occupy a dominant position in this part of the world looks strange at best. There’s little doubt that this desire has been motivated by an unhidden plan to undermine the positions of Russia, China and Iran. After all, one must not forget that the United States intervened in Afghanistan on the pretext that Washington was seeking retribution for the 9/11 attacks, while the actual goal was to deploy its military bases in the immediate vicinity of China’s, Russia’s and Iran’s borders.

In a bid to “conquer Central Asia” Washington has employed a wide variety of methods, including attempted “colour revolutions” and coup d’etats and the abuse of the U.S. sponsored media sources and NGOs to swing the opinion of the local population in favour of the White House. Washington has even embarked on the mission of straightforward bribery, promising various credits in exchange for the sovereign interests of local players.

Among the regional states that are taking advantage of the U.S. military aid one can find Uzbekistan which is now being demanded to abstain from any contacts with Moscow and Beijing, while staying away from the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEC) led by Russia.

If we are to take into consideration the fact that Central Asia has always been connected with Russia, both historically and geographically, we can notice that over the last two decades the United State has done a lot to push certain regional players away from Moscow. We’ve even been witnessing attempts to destabilize and then destroy the whole region from within. Yet, Washington tries to pretend that it plays an important part in the regional life, since it has allegedly been providing “counterbalance” to the regional aspirations of local players, like China and Russia.

It is therefore not surprising that in early August Washington has assembled a special meeting in the C5 + 1 format that was introduced by the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry during his visit to the region back in 2015. During the meeting that brought together the foreign minister of five regional players (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan) American diplomats put forward five different projects that ranged from the fight against terrorism, to investments in environmental protection and culture. It’s hardly a secret that the sole purpose of this meeting was an attempt to gain a foothold in the region.

Although the U.S. stated time and time again that the C5 + 1 format is not designed to undermine the interests of Russia and China, however, it completely ignores their existence and the role they play in the region. It is noteworthy that the C5 + 1 format was launched just before the elections in the U.S., while the neocon champion Hillary Clinton, that craves for power, has declared long ago that Russia, China and Iran are the main enemies of modern America. Therefore, the Central Asia is being regarded in Washington as a primarily tool for the destabilization of its rivals, that is why there’s been continuous attempts to topple sitting authorities in the Central Asian states, while replacing them with more pro-American ones.

However, the sitting authorities in those states are no fools and make this goal as difficult for the U.S. as they possibly can. It is noteworthy that the White House originally planned to launch the “Greater Central Asia” scenario, according to which a series of terrorist attacks and military engagements must have sent a shock wave across the whole region. However, the failure of the military coup in Turkey forced Washington to take a more cautious approach, using the C5 + 1 format instead. There is every reason to believe that Uzbekistan will be the primary target of the U.S., since this country has a number of inner contradictions that can spark civil unrest, and the White House is planning to take full advantage of this fact.

What we’ve witnessed in recent years across the globe was the growing deficit of trust towards the United States, and the countries of Central Asia are no different in this regard. The reason for this deficit can be illustrated by the example of Turkey. Ankara has been a loyal ally of Washington for decades, and now once it has been betrayed, it openly defies its former masters, and Washington can literally do nothing about it, since it has lost all levers of military influence.

The deficit of trust towards the United States has been aggravated by the growing list of America’s military failures, since it hasn’t won a single battle over the last decade, while the Pentagon has been unable to suppress the mujahideen movement for over a decade in Afghanistan. Under these circumstances many countries are beginning to wonder is Washington really capable of protecting them? The policy of destabilization that has been widely used by the Pentagon across the Middle East and Central Asia and other regions of the world has led to the strengthening of the authority enjoyed by China and Russia.

It is also necessary to add that the government of the Central Asian countries in recent years have learned to tell the difference between the sincere desire to help, that has been manifested by China and Russia, and the diplomatic manoeuvring, which is pretty popular in Washington. This manoeuvring has only persuade the sitting Ukrainian authorities out of all the former Soviet states so far, and while watching their sad example, political elites of the Central Asian are approaching the United States with extreme caution.

That is why the United States in recent years has lost the right to use military facilities both in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, while American business presence is diminishing rapidly across the whole region.

Therefore, the C5 + 1 meeting that was held Washington, is nothing but cheap PR, the same kind of PR as the attempts to persuade the people of the world that the U.S. Army is playing a decisive role in the settlement of the conflicts in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and Libya. What we’re witnessing here is the bitter and long awaited collapse of the U.S. international prestige.

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Five States to Debate Division of Caspian Sea*

Five States to Debate Division of Caspian Sea*

This seems like another squabble between boys pretending to be men, but given the intentions behind the Ukraine, the build-up of European and U.S forces in the region, and the Rothschild Trans-Adriatic pipeline, TAP initiative to link up and pipe oil and natural gas from the Middle East into Europe, this division might be the only way to protect the sovereignty of the bordering countries. However, note, the countries which are against balkanizing the sea are already naively a part of TAP at some level which intends to tap into the natural resources of the Caspian Sea…

Russian President Vladimir Putin, Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev and Turkmenistan President Gurbanguli Berdimuhammedov are attending the 4th Caspian Sea Summit – taking place in Russia. The legal status of the Caspian Sea will be the leading issue for the Summit.

In the late 20th century, the Caspian Sea was divided between the USSR and Iran but a good number of states began to discuss the division of the sea soon after the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991.

They haven’t come to terms with the legal status of Caspian Sea up to the present day, because of their military and geopolitical interests, and disagreements on how to share petrol and gas resources, in which Caspian Sea is rich.

These five states have reached a certain agreement for cooperation about protecting and taking advantage of the environment – such as animals and plants – of the Caspian Sea.

But there still isn’t any answer to the questions of whether the Caspian Sea is a “sea” or a “lake.”

The following questions also need to be answered: How can the borders be determined – including for the sea bed and surface waters – of each claimant state? Which of them will use the gas and petrol resources and why? What type of pipeline system will be used and how?


All states that border the Caspian Sea except for Iran and Turkmenistan – Russia, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan – have agreed about the divison of the sea bed. However, Moscow wants the surface of sea to be divided as national regions.

Russia proposes that each country in the region should have its territorial waters up to 25 miles from the coast, and that the rest of the Caspian – the central area of sea – be shared by the five countries. Moscow refuses the entire Caspian’s division by the five states because sharing the Caspian by bordered contries means, for its part, not being able to ship freely, as well as the disappearing of its links with its neighbor Iran.

Russia argues that the Caspian Sea is a lake, not a sea, and insists all of the Caspian littoral states have the right to speak about the trans-Caspian gas-pipline. However, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan object to this project.

It’s stated that Russia aims to prevent Turkmenistan’s gas to European markets via the Caspian Sea because of the potentially competitive nature of Turkmen gas.


Iran wants the bottom and surface of sea to be shared in five equal parts between littoral states so that it will have more territorial waters and natural gas resources in the Caspian Sea. Iran also had a disagreement with Azerbaijan regarding the Alev natural gas reserve, which has not been exploited yet, as it is on the possible border that Iran wants to broaden back to the way it was during the Soviet period.

Another disagreement between Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan is over the Kepez natural gas resources. Turkmenistan not only defends the idea for division of the Caspian but also the joint management of it, if it’s needed. Turkmenistan also claims that it is the rightful owner of the Kepez reserve.

Turkmenistan, just as Iran, wants the Caspian to be shared equally by littoral states but Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and particularly Russia disagree with it.

On all occasions, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan suggest that the Caspian Sea should be shared by littoral states proportionally.

Kazakhstan says that the Caspian is an inland sea and division of it must follow UN conventions. The Astana government wants the sea bed to be divided by five equally and that each state be given the right to exploit its share freely, but the surface of sea must be used jointly.

Azerbaijan, on the other hand, wants each country to have full authority over its region, divided into national sectors based on the “central line principle”. It’s already included in Azerbaijan’s constitution that the Caspian’s Azeri side belongs to Azerbaijan.


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Now it’s clear he is an agent for the Crown Empire…

By Robert Mendick

Tony Blair gave Kazakhstan’s autocratic president advice on how to manage his image after the slaughter of unarmed civilians protesting against his regime.

In a letter to Nursultan Nazarbayev, obtained by The Telegraph, Mr Blair told the Kazakh president that the deaths of 14 protesters “tragic though they were, should not obscure the enormous progress” his country had made.

Mr Blair, who is paid millions of pounds a year to give advice to Mr Nazarbayev, goes on to suggest key passages to insert into a speech the president was giving at the University of Cambridge, to defend the action.

Mr Blair is paid through his private consultancy, Tony Blair Associates (TBA), which he set up after leaving Downing Street in 2007. TBA is understood to deploy a number of consultants in key ministries in Kazakhstan.

Human rights activists accuse Mr Blair of acting “disgracefully” in bolstering Mr Nazarbayev’s credibility on the world stage in return for millions of pounds.

The letter was sent in July 2012, ahead of a speech being given later that month by Mr Nazarbayev at the University of Cambridge.

A few months earlier, on December 16 and 17 2011, at least 14 protesters were shot and killed and another 64 wounded by Kazakhstan’s security services in the oil town of Zhanaozen. Other protesters, mainly striking oil workers, were rounded up and allegedly tortured.

Mr Blair had begun working for Mr Nazarbayev in November 2011, just a few weeks before the massacre.

In the letter, sent on note-paper headed Office of Tony Blair, Mr Blair wrote:

“Dear Mr President, here is a suggestion for a paragraph to include in the Cambridge speech. I think it best to meet head on the Zhanaozen issue. The fact is you have made changes following it; but in any event these events, tragic though they were, should not obscure the enormous progress that Kazakhstan has made. Dealing with it [the massacre] in the way I suggest, is the best way for the western media. It will also serve as a quote that can be used in the future setting out the basic case for Kazakhstan.”

In his own handwriting, Mr Blair added at the bottom of the letter: “With very best wishes. I look forward to seeing you in London! Yours ever Tony Blair.”

Mr Blair enclosed with the letter two lengthy paragraphs of about 500 words for Mr Nazarbayev to add to his speech. The words written by Mr Blair but spoken by Mr Nazarbayev with some changes, were widely picked up at the time. They were used to portray Mr Nazarbayev as a visionary leader who had improved living standards in his homeland.

Mr Nazarbayev has been president of Kazakhstan, which is oil and gas rich and occupies an area larger than western Europe, since it gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. He won the last presidential election in 2011 with almost 96% of the vote.

Statement by the NGO coalitions against torture in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights,

Mr Blair advised his client to insert into his speech one paragraph beginning:

“I love my country. I have worked hard to help it overcome the bitter legacy of its recent history. I have been at the helm as it has dramatically made these strides in living standards, wealth and prosperity for the people… I rejoice in the essential religious tolerance of the nation that allows people of different faiths to practise those faiths freely.”

Mr Blair also wrote into the speech the role Kazakhstan played in helping NATO forces withdraw from Afghanistan and Mr Nazarbayev’s decision to give up nuclear weapons – a relic of the Soviet era.

On the issue of Zhanaozen, Mr Blair suggested Mr Nazarbayev say in his speech:

“There are issues of democracy and human rights which it is essential to address. I understand and hear what our critics say. However, I would simply say this to them: by all means make your points and I assure you we’re listening. But give us credit for the huge change of a positive nature we have brought about in our country over these past 20 years… We are going to have to go step by step.”

In the speech finally delivered by Mr Nazarbayev, he largely followed Mr Blair’s advice although he ignored one key aspect – by failing to mention Zhanaozen by name.

In its latest analysis of the country’s record, Human Rights Watch (HRW) concluded that:

“Kazakhstan’s poor human rights record continued to deteriorate in 2013, with authorities cracking down on free speech and dissent through misuse of overly broad laws.”

Hugh Williamson, the director of HRW’s Europe and Central Asia Division, said:

“It is disgraceful that Tony Blair has taken millions of pounds from this autocrat to write speeches for him without really tackling head on the huge human rights problems in Kazakhstan,” he said.

Mr Blair has denied that he “profits personally” from his role in Kazakhstan. In fact he is paid through Tony Blair Associates, which is the trading arm of the Office of Tony Blair. It is thought TBA’s deal with Kazakhstan is worth around £7 million a year.

A spokesman for Tony Blair said the letter was making the point “that the events of Zhanaozen were indeed tragic and they had to be confronted in any speech, not ignored”.

He said that while Mr Blair had always made it clear that Kazakhstan faces “real challenges” over issues of human rights, the country had none the less “made huge progress” in terms of its economy, religious tolerance and nuclear disarmament.


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