The new world order’s great city: Astana, Kazakhstan

Presidential Palace Astana, Kazakhstan

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Astana is the capital city of Kazakhstan, with an official estimated population of 691,529 as of March 1st 2010. It is located in the north-central portion of Kazakhstan, within the Akmola Province, though administrated separately from the province as a federal city area. Astana is the first large capital being built in the 21st century. The word Astana originates from Persian Astana, from the verb Istadan (آستان) to stand (in respect)), and literally means “threshold” (royal or sacred, when people stand in respect and awe), implying where the court is seated ( capital city, a shrine town). The city of Turkistan in Kazakhstan that host the body of the saint Ahmad Yasavi is also called the “astana” as is the city of Mashhad in Iran that is the burial place of the 8th Shiite Imam Reza. In fact, long before becoming the new capital of Kazakhstan, the city was “an astana,” a burial ground of a saint, hence the old name of the city, Ak Mola (Ақмола), “white mausoleum.” The city has been described as a futuristic occult capital being built in a remote and deserted area of the Asian steppes. The city also depicts many instances of sun worship, making one believe the city is a celebration of the religion. Let’s take a look at some photographs of the infamous “New world order capital.”

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