It is an open secret that the capital of Kazakhstan, Aqmola, has landmarks of masonic symbolism. One should read an excellent essay, Astana: The Illuminati Capital of Kazakhstan, by Darmon Richter. And the biggest Kazakh city, Almaty, also has a number of Illuminati edifices. By the way, in 1994 I published a Russian-language article, The Fate of Capitals, which was one of the first publications in mainstream Kazakh media to support our government’s decision to move the capital of Kazakhstan from Almaty to Aqmola.
Darmon Richter is quite right, when he says in the essay that Aqmola means “Holy Shrine” in Kazakh. Moreover, even the Russian Czar recognized the place-name, retaining it as Akmolinsk for a fortress. So, technically, local traditions were respected more or less. But, in 1961 Kazakh lawmakers, under the pressure of a wilful Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, renamed it as Tselinograd – “City of Virgin Lands” – paying respect to cosmopolitan hordes of foreigners, who invaded Kazakhstan in order to cultivate our virgin lands. Thus, the city’s pre-Masonic story began. In the wake of the collapse of the USSR, it regained the historical name – Aqmola. But, several years later in 1998, as the new capital of Kazakhstan, it was again renamed in a Masonic way – Astana. This Persian place-name eerily resembles a notorious word – Satan – the Masonic God.
As though saying: “You ain’t seen nothing yet!” the presumably outgoing dictator Nursultan Nazarbayev made his puppets to rename the city in his honor as Nur-Sultan in 2019. This place-name means “Luminous Monarch” in Arabic. Also, one may reasonably translate it as Lucifer. So, the Masonic God has been just rebranded in this case. Mr. Nazarbayev will be dead in the short run. There is a high probability that he is going to be buried in the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation pyramid. Thus, the dictator plans to posthumously surpass even such a gigantic historical figure, as Vladimir Lenin, whose Mausoleum is dwarfed by the Nazarbayev’s Pyramid both by size and Masonic symbolism.
As a rule, every country has one leader, who has his final say on important political, economical, and cultural issues. But, there are exceptions, of course. One of them was a dual leadership of president Medvedev and prime minister Putin in Russia, 2008-2012. The technical Russian president was actually subordinate to the dictator, acting as prime minister. Nowadays, the Kazakh dual leadership operates in a more elaborate way. Our technical president, Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev, is intimidated by Mr. Nazarbayev, who carries out his agenda behind the scenes as the Leader of Nation (Elbasy in Kazakh). This official position resembles Iran’s Ayatollah, the supreme leader, who dominates the Iranian president.
Such totalitarian practices fit nicely into ideas of Freemasonry and Illuminati, whose ultimate goal is to rule the world through a network of secret societies. So, people worldwide would be confused, not knowing who, actually, runs the show.