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The Middle Eastern Illuminati

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on March 22, 2011

From as early as the 11th century, an enigmatic group known erroneously as the Assassins emerged in Persia. They take their name from Hashish (hashish-im, “hashish takers”) a trance inducing drug thought by many to help the leaders to control the minds of subverts.

Iran’s Illuminati, Hojjatieh is a semi-clandestine Iranian organization which is radically anti-Bahai and anti-Sunni. The group flourished during the 1979 revolution that ousted the Shah and installed an Islamic government in his place. However it was banned in 1983 by Ayatollah Khomeini, the leader of the revolution.

They believe that chaos must be created to hasten the return of the Mahdi, the 12th Shiite Imam. Only then, they argue, a genuine Islamic state can be established.

Members of the Hojjatieh group think such a suggestion is blasphemy, for the coming of the Lord of All Ages shall be the end of the world as it is. Interestingly, and this is where the West really has to understand what is going on in Iran, the Hojjatieh group took no part in the 1979 revolution. For they actually believe in the spread of tyranny and oppression. If you stand in the way of tyranny and oppression then you delays the coming of the Lord of All Ages, the Hojjatieh argue.

The current president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is rumored to be an advocate of this society through the influence of his mentor, the Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi, who is also currently the highest ranking member in the organization. Since the president took office in August 2005 almost all of his major speeches contain some reference to the return of the 12th Imam. A September address to the U.N. General Assembly contained long passages on the Mahdi and Ahmadinejad’s later observation that he was surrounded by an aura (light) during the speech, and that the spellbound audience in the General Assembly sat unblinking.

“Our revolution’s main mission is to pave the way for the reappearance of the 12th Imam, the Mahdi,” Ahmadinejad said in the speech to Friday Prayers leaders from across the country.

There are older links for the Illuminati though that stretches right back into the realm of Afghanistan. This link is with Roshaniya or Illuminated/Enlightened Ones and reference to them comes from the House of Wisdom in Cairo – a veritable fount of esoteric knowledge predating the Roshaniya by hundreds of years.

Again initiation and ritual match up between the Roshaniya and others such as the Muslim Assassins, who influenced the Templars and hence Christianity, Freemasonry and so on.

The earliest leader we know of is Bayezid Ansari, who claimed descent from the “helpers” of Mohammad. Who exactly these “helpers” were nobody knows; suffice to say their existence in helping Mohammad escape Mecca pinpoints them in space and time, if nothing else.

It is claimed that Bayezid was indoctrinated by the Ismailis – themselves closed to the Assassins and having “hidden lodges” around the world. These Ismailis came about to protect a great secret of Islam after Crusades, in much the same manner as heretical Cathars protected some strange secret knowledge.

It seems that the Ismailis recruited well, as the Illuminated Ones grew fast. Bayezid taught a series of supernatural exercises that were believed to lead to Enlightenment and the great secret – an obvious allusion to the fact that the great secret is Enlightenment. To obtain this illuminative aspect of the secret, they had to undergo the usual meditation and fasting called the Khilwat – silence.

They firmly believed that the rest of mankind knew nothing, with exception of the other societies. The power came through with the use of drug hashish and clever ritualistic involvement making the Ismailis feel part of a greater good, as a “chosen one” a feeling Adolf Hitler would later use to gain control of the German people.

Frost Over the World – Has US politics become too vitriolic?

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on January 15, 2011

WikiLeaks Cables Prove DEA Is Losing Drug Wars Abroad

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on January 5, 2011

Notoriously Stupid Sarah Palin & Co Wants WikiLeaks Leader Pursued Like al-Qaida Operative

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on December 28, 2010

Brave Hero’s Exposing Corrupt U.S. Government Julian Assange and WikiLeaks

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on December 5, 2010

Julian Assange and WikiLeaks are Brave Hero’s Exposing U.S. Corrupt Government

Karzai, A paranoid and weak individual

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on December 3, 2010

Hundreds of U.S. diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks paint a picture of corruption in Afghanistan at every level of government and society.

Cables from the U.S. ambassador in Kabul portray Afghan President Hamid Karzai as paranoid, with an “inability to grasp the most rudimentary principles of state-building.”

Many of the cables were sent from the U.S. Embassy in Kabul over the last two years. The New York Times, which had advance access to the estimated 250,000 documents leaked to WikiLeaks, reported the documents showed corruption’s “pervasive nature, its overwhelming scale, and the dispiriting challenge it poses to American officials.”

One cable from the U.S. mission in Kabul earlier this year noted that the agriculture minister, Asif Rahimi, “appears to be the only minister that was confirmed about whom no allegations of bribery exist.”

Another Afghan minister warned U.S. diplomats that Karzai was “under great pressure from political leaders to accept a number of ministerial candidates whose technical skills are lacking.” The minister “argued that these political leaders are only thinking of dividing up the spoils rather than the quality of government needed to tackle Afghanistan’s problems.”

The cables also demonstrate an often difficult relationship between NATO allies and Karzai. At a meeting described in a cable in October 2008, a British official said the United Kingdom “continues to feel ‘deep frustration’ with Karzai. But he added: “I remind people that we — the international community — selected him.”

The New York Times cites another cable in which an Afghan official explained the “four stages” at which his colleagues skimmed money from development projects: “When contractors bid on a project, at application for building permits, during construction, and at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.”

U.S. Ambassador Karl Eikenberry drew up a candid psychological profile of Karzai. In a cable dated July 7, 2009, Eikenberry wrote that one portrait of Karzai that emerged was “of a paranoid and weak individual unfamiliar with the basics of nation-building and overly self-conscious that his time in the spotlight of glowing reviews from the international community has passed.” At the same time, he was “an ever-shrewd politician who sees himself as a nationalist hero who can save the country from being divided by the decentralization-focused agenda of Abdullah [his leading rival for the presidency], other political rivals, neighboring countries, and the US.”

U.S. Faces Diplomatic Crisis Following Massive WikiLeaks Release

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 29, 2010

The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has begun releasing a giant trove of confidential American diplomatic cables that is sending shockwaves through the global diplomatic establishment.

Watch the rest in YouTube.

Wikileaks Shows – Arabs Want Iran Bombed

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 29, 2010

This is a revelation and destroys many myths.

Iran’s regime will to explore other regions

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 24, 2010

Gambia’s President Yaya Jammeh severed ties with Iran and ordered diplomats out of the West African nation, his press officer said, a week after a shipment of Iranian arms destined for the country was seized in Nigeria.

The decision by the Gambian government was “directly linked” to the arms shipment, Agence France-Presse reported, citing an unidentified official in the Gambian presidency. Seydi Mahamadou, press officer for Gambian President, said in a phone interview today from the capital, Banjul, that he didn’t know the reason for the decision.

The weapons shipment, which included small-arms ammunition, mortars and rockets, may have been destined for separatists in the southern Casamance region of neighboring Senegal, Strategic Forecasting Inc., the Austin, Texas-based intelligence group, said in an e-mailed note today.

Recently Afghan police also said they had seized 22 tons of explosives stashed in boxes marked “food, toys and kitchenware” that were imported from neighboring Iran.

Police Chief Abdul Jabar Purdel said a suspect was detained after the devices were discovered in 337 boxes in a 40-foot shipping container moved from Iran into Afghanistan over a bridge connecting the two countries, CNN reported.

Republican Victory and US Afghan Iran Policy

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on November 14, 2010

Robert Naiman: War critics defeated, Republican hawks control House; Libertarians a wild card