Kazakhstan is a country in central asia, although a small portion is actually in Eastern Europe. It is the ninth largest country (2,727,300sq km) in
the world and is the worlds largest landlocked country.
most of Kazakhstan history has been of a land inhabited by nomadic tribes, with the Kasaks emerging as a distinct group in the 16th century
(1465-1731). The Russians started advancing in the 18th century and eventually all of Kazakhstan became part of the Russian empire (1731-1917)
After the Russian revolution in 1917, Kazakhstan was reshuffled a few times before becoming a part of the USSR in 1936. They declared independence in
1991, the last soviet country to do so.
Kazakhstan has a wealth of resources. According to estimates it has the second largest uranium, chromium, lead, and zinc reserves, the third largest
manganese reserves, the fifth largest copper reserves, and ranks in the top ten for coal, iron, and gold. It is an exporter of diamonds and is
currently has the 11th largest proven reserves of both oil and natural gas.
It re-payed all its debt to the international monetary fund 7 years ahead of schedule in 2002, the first former soviet country to do so.
Asanta is the capital which was moved from almaty in 1997, it is the first capital of the 21st century and is being built from scratch in a remote and
deserted region deep in the Asian steppes.
The result is amazing.. a futuristic capital embracing sun worship, the occult and the NWO.
lets take a look at some of the buildings recently constructed,
The pyramid of peace
It was designed by British architects foster + partners, cost 8.74 billion kazakh tenge (£35m/$58m) it was built specially constructed to host the
Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions.
I'm pretty sure i don't need to go into anymore details and explain the significance of such a building, to any of my fellow users of ATS.
This was also designed by the British architect Sir Norman Foster.
Inside the golden egg
the monument is meant to embody a folktale about a mythical tree of life and a magic bird of happiness. The bird, named Samruk, had laid its egg
in the crevice between two branches of a poplar tree. The egg – the golden globe at the top of the monument – represents, once again, the Sun, the
Supreme Deity. This “tree of life”, represents the channel through which spirits go to leave the material world and join the divine world. This
concept is a recurrent in most (if not all) esoteric societies.
Im not sure what this handprint in a triangle is supposed to mean or represent.. looks like a strange monument to me.. does anyone here have any ideas
to its meaning?
This brown object is a globe which is signed by representatives from seventeen religious denominations. (uniting religions under the NWO)
The presidential palace
similar? (not the pyramid in line directly behind the palace)
Placed in a commanding position in the city, the Presidential Palace sits at the end of a ceremonial route which starts with the Bayterek tower. A
big fat dome sits on top of the palace, representing the female principle, in opposition to the phallic Bayterek tower – the male principle. This
layout is present in almost all important cities, including Washington DC and Paris
another building by Sir Norman Foster
is Khan Shatyry Entertainment
Center (The World’s Biggest Tent)
this city is still under construction with many others futuristic designs in the pipeline.
so to conclude.. seems to be blatent symbolism in this city of the future. it also makes me wonder if it being built in such a remote location in the
largest landlocked country in the world is significant. seems like a good location for many SHTF scenarios's.
and of course no thread about kazakhstan would be complete without our favourite kazak..
edit on 6/6/11 by Misterlondon because: (no reason