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Why is Afghanistan important to the West? The Roshaniya and the Masons.

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posted on Feb, 20 2009 @ 08:06 AM
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No doubt the west hold's a great desire to rape afghanistan of its oil ect, but it is also the world drug highway. It produces more heroin than any other country and, thinking how much that industry is worth, the west want it and they will, evidently fight the "war on terror" to crush any and all who resist them. But thats just my own opinion
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posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 06:30 PM
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Originally posted by deBeaufort
The Roshaniya are an Afghan secret society whose importance is barely recognised.

"Roshan" means "light" in Dari and Pashto, the national Afghan languages. In Latin, "lux lucis" is light, forming a direct linguistic connection to Lucifer.


Lucifer comes from "lucis" meaning "light" and "ferre" meaning "to bring"



The Second World War can be viewed as a fight between secret societies: the Thule Society (the Nazis) and the Freemasons. Similarly, the present wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are much richer in symbolism than is commonly recognised.

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World War II was a fight between the Trotskyites and the fascists. Germany was allied with Italy and Japan, whose politics were not based on the teachings of the Thule Society.



posted on Mar, 22 2009 @ 10:57 AM
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Another droplet of information about the Roshaniya (here a different spelling):

Original source here

"…the known techniques of the European Illuminists are almost identical with those of the Roshania (the Illuminated) sect of the Afghan hinterland. …Thus Balkh, Khorasan, Kafiristan and the area where the illuminated Roshania are located are all in the same general area of Afghanistan and indeed are not far from each other. …The Hindu Kush mountain range is in Afghanistan: geographically it forms the western extreme of the Himalayas."



 
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