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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.
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
Glod, a Roma Gypsy village, was a shooting location for the mockumentary film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, representing Borat's home village of Kuzcek, Kazakhstan. The villagers were paid the equivalent of four U.S. dollars a day each for their appearances and were told the film would be a documentary about the hardships of village life.
Originally posted by vermonster
Was Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat) told to make a movie by NWO puppeteers to make kasakhstan seem crappy and poor?
Originally posted by Skyfloating
Khazastan thinks the world is run by the Illuminati, so they try to emulate that. Its more an expression of who they want to be, not who they will be.
Originally posted by Manouche
And Baikonur, the Russian space launch facility, is located in Kazakhstan.
Originally posted by Misterlondon
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.