Gog’s Theosophical Empire of the End: Russia!


Not to seem narrow-minded or anything, but here is the religion of the antichrist. Its back-bone is evolution, and according to Alice Bailey it will rise in Russia (… the land of Gog?) It will not be Eastern Orthodoxy, at least not traditional Eastern Orthodoxy, but will call itself christian and will under the surface be the ancient (and according to itself glorious, true, and tolerant) esoteric mystery re-born from the ashes of those horrid (so it will say) fundamentalist religious orders Christianity (traditional Christianity), Judaism, and Islam.

Quoting from The Return of the Elder Race & Opening the Gateway of the Fifth Kingdom:

“’Out of Russia,’ says Alice Bailey, channelling the prophecies of her Tibetan guru, DK, ‘will emerge the new and magical religion about which I have so often told you.'”

“There have been a number of famous prophecies regarding Russia’s future pivotal role in world affairs generally, (including) those of Gerard Encausse, the highly respected French occult master who went under the pseudonym of Papus (1865 – 1916). The author Mehmet Sabeheddin notes that ‘Papus knew of the key role to be played by Russia in unifying Eurasia and her occult destiny as the Empire of the End, the outward manifestation of the enigmatic power of “Northern Shambhala”.'”

So magnanimous will the power of “Northern Sambhala” be that it will kindly invite the enlightened from within the religions of darkness into itself.

“Muslim, Buddhist, Zoroastrian, Christian, Jew, Taoist and shaman are finding common ground in a unitive (sic) vision of the future.”

So the author concludes, “Are we then seeing once again a mysterious intervention from the East, a salvific influence arising in the heart of Asia that seeks to sow the seeds of a new global order and a new type of civilisation in the face of apocalyptic geophysical change? Can the Elder race be coming to our aid yet again?”

Quotes are from the article, The Return of the Elder Race & Opening the Gateway of the Fifth Kingdom, by Victoria LePage

This serves to confirm that the biblical figure, Gog, king of the north, will be a ruler from Russia acting out the prophecies of Papus (and more importantly the Bible) taking the key role of unifying Eurasia enabling it to fulfill its, “occult destiny as the Empire of the End, the outward manifestation of the enigmatic power of “Northern Shambhala,”. I wonder whether its capitol will be Astana, Kazakhstan.

And in related news, check out these vestiges of the power-0rder they want to bring back! This is roughly 700 miles east of Tobolsk, Russia and maybe 600 miles northeast of Astana.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=kngM_Pz20bw

The video is by the Youtube user, TheCosmosNews.

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2 Responses to Gog’s Theosophical Empire of the End: Russia!

  1. David says:

    The book “Red Shambala” (http://www.amazon.com/Red-Shambhala-Magic-Prophecy-Geopolitics/dp/0835608913) explains how the Soviet Empire worked on tying itself into the Budddhist prophecies in order to infiltrate Mongolia and Tibet in order to leverage them as strategic staging grounds for China and British India. Due to the renound skill of the Soviet propaganda machine, I would carefully sift prophecies of this character before fully embracing them as unvarnished truth.

  2. icliks says:

    Thank you! I think of CIA as creating or at least manipulating the New Age movement in America. I don’t know why I shouldn’t think of Russia doing something similar. But even if they did; I wonder whether they were the cart of the horse. Being atheists they would be an easy target for spiritual powers they knew nothing of that would have been intent on guiding this effort.

    The quote from DK through Alice Bailey was certainly from the time of the Soviet power, but first mention goes at least back to Madame Blavatsky (1831-1891) and G.I. Gurdjieff (1866-1949), both Russian. Blavatsky lived and died before the revolution, and Gudjieff traveled extensively in the east presumably forming the core of his ideas there before returning to Russia “for a few years” in 1912.

    Perhaps the Soviets were just trying to harness the power of an existing force. I would like to know more about this.

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