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New Eurasia: Could it be Russia, a land that endured so much in the 20th century, will finally find its prophetic destiny in this 3rd millennium?

 
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New Eurasia: Could it be Russia, a land that endured so much in the 20th century, will finally find its prophetic destiny in this 3rd millennium?
Could it be Russia, a land that has endured so much in the 20th century, will finally find its prophetic destiny in this third millennium? Revolutions, civil war, famine, two world wars, political repression…. were these all part of a cleansing process signaling the beginning of a new era in which Russia discovers her true mission?

Alice A. Bailey, who is credited by many as the founder of the contemporary New Age movement, saw a unique role for Russia in ushering in the new era. Writing at a time when Russia was firmly behind the communist iron curtain, she predicted:

Behind the closed borders of that mysterious and magnificent country [Russia], a great and spiritual conflict is proceeding, and the rare mystical spirit and the truly religious orientation of the people is the eternal guarantee that a true and living religion and culture will finally emerge.
Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), who established the Anthroposophical society, believed the Slavic “folk soul” would play a major role in the future development of a new humanity. He saw the Slavs as a bridge between the Orient (East) and the Occident (West). According to Steiner, the religious thought of the Orient belongs to the past; the Occident’s philosophical-scientific thought to the present; the Slavic soul will bridge the two and create a pathway to a spiritual future. More than any other national soul, claimed Steiner, the Russian group soul strives to realise the world of the spirit. In Russia the synthesis of the highest features of both Eastern and Western cultures would one day be achieved.

“Its geographic location places Russia between two extreme, monolithic cultures – between the materialist countries of the West and the passive, world-denying countries of the East. It is appropriate that Russia creatively unite these extremes,” wrote Nikolai Belotsvetov, one of Steiner’s leading Russian followers.

“Our country is a peculiar country, placed between the hammer of Europe and the anvil of Asia, destined to reconcile them in one way or another,” wrote the world famous chemist Dmitri Mendeleev. “It is my deep conviction that Russia is called to allay the age-old hostility between Europe and Asia, to reconcile and unite those two different worlds, and find a proper balance between the progressive but proud and inconsequent individualism of Europe and the sense of social and political cohesion of Asia…”

For the last two thousand years of the Piscean Age, civilisation has traveled the course of the Sun from East to West, reaching its apogee in the modern USA. With the end of the Piscean era, history and civilisation is reorienting. We are seeing a return to origins with the emergence of a new power centre at the cross-roads of the East and West, in Eurasia, the great heartland of Russia.
The history of Russia is not the history of a country, but of a world. It is, in fact, the history of a vast organic whole which had for its cradle the immense open spaces of Eurasia. In the words of one author:
The Eurasian world, as such consists of vast plains which extend, broken here and there by low mountain ranges, between the Arctic Ocean, the Pacific, the Black Sea, the Caucasian Range, the Iranian plateau, the heights of the Pamir and the Hindu Kush, and join up, through the tortuous valleys and foothills of the Tian Shan and the Altai ranges, with the plains of Eastern Turkestan and Mongolia.1

According to the Ancient Wisdom teachings, in remote prehistory a spiritual disaster accompanied by a catastrophic shift in the Earth’s axis caused a great migration to Eurasia from the primal northern region of Hyperborea. Theosophical writers believe that millions of years ago Eurasia was the homeland of the people who:
…later descended into the Indian peninsula those peoples who call themselves ‘Aryans,’ the ‘High Caste,’ who later were divided into Four Castes: Brahmanas, Kshattriyas, Vaisyas, and Sudras. From the southeastern parts came later the Babylonians, the Assyrians, the Medes and the Persians; and the peoples of Europe, Greeks, Romans, especially.2

Viewed in the light of the Ancient Wisdom teachings, the appearance of Eurasia on the global stage is not only an affirmation of arcane origins but also of the Shambhala influence in our day. Eurasia, the Russian heartland, has long been called “Northern Shambhala” by Buddhist teachers. Having studied Tibetan Buddhism, Nikolai Roerich developed a deep interest in Shambhala and led a scientific expedition through Eurasia to look for traces of the hidden kingdom.3 He later remarked, “The East has said that when the Banner of Shambhala would encircle the world, verily the New Dawn would follow.”

At this crucial period in world history we see the first signs of a Eurasia-oriented geopolitical alliance between Germany, Russia, India and China, as a counter balance to the Anglo-American order. Russia, together with the former Soviet states of Central Asia, constitutes the Eurasian ‘kernel’. In the West this Eurasian alliance reaches to Germany, while in the far East it includes China and north Korea. Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan make up the southern flank of Eurasia. The geopolitical struggles and wars of the first years of the 21st century are the outcome of not only political and economic factors, but of resistance to incoming cosmic energies. All around us we’re confronted with clear proof of the passing of one age and the dawn of a new era in human history.

Britain and the United States represent the final phase of a Western civilisation which succeeded a decaying Rome at the start of the Piscean Age. And like ancient Rome before its collapse, the Anglo-American rulers are desperately seeking to expand what the writer Philip K. Dick termed the ‘Black Iron Prison’. However, the West at its zenith can only be the ‘evening land’, the place where the Sun sets to rise again in the East. To the ancient Egyptians the western lands were, after all, the kingdom of the dead.

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Re: New Eurasia: Could it be Russia, a land that endured so much in the 20th century, will finally find its prophetic destiny in this 3rd millennium?
Russia has ended in oct 1993
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Re: New Eurasia: Could it be Russia, a land that endured so much in the 20th century, will finally find its prophetic destiny in this 3rd millennium?
"passive, world-denying countries of the East"

yeah, those Mongols sure were passive
this article is pure BS
medieval Asia was far more violent than Europe
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Re: New Eurasia: Could it be Russia, a land that endured so much in the 20th century, will finally find its prophetic destiny in this 3rd millennium?
Russia is the land of the Kenites, or TARES

their place will not likely be found during the Millennium Age at all, let alone the Eternity
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Russia has only one future = Holy Orthodox Russia, God's Third Rome.

Otherwise, Russia has no future and will be divided between Islam and China.



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No. Russians are too introverted. The only country/nation in Asia with proven prophetic destiny would be India or Persia.

China's destiny is to crumble inward, and I believe Russia will not fully take advantage strategically, as Russia is not ready to assimilate eurasia. China does not have the ability to assimilate Asia either.

India is in the best position to integrate, assimilate, and dominate Asia and later Eurasia.

Persia is more like Russia and China, however Persia's destiny seems to be greater than either one.
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Also, India has been building up crazy amounts of karma.

After being colonized, peacefully revolting, vegetarianism and literally inventing karma, it seems karma will begin to pay dividends when China starts making foreign policy mistakes.

If I was a god or alien I would definitely like to see India prosper.
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In Mein Kampf, Hitler once calls Russia, Persia.

I'm not sure what Hitler meant by that... but I find it fascinating.

Hitler also said that jew-dominated Russia is destined to fall.

Then Hitler says something I find quite prophetic.

" And the end of Jewish rule in Russia will also be the end of Russia as a state. "


As I previously posted... the only future for Russia is Holy Russia, God's Third Rome...
it will not be a state... it will be the Kingdom of God on earth.



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In Mein Kampf, Hitler once calls Russia, Persia.

I'm not sure what Hitler meant by that... but I find it fascinating.

Hitler also said that jew-dominated Russia is destined to fall.

Then Hitler says something I find quite prophetic.

" And the end of Jewish rule in Russia will also be the end of Russia as a state. "


As I previously posted... the only future for Russia is Holy Russia, God's Third Rome...
it will not be a state... it will be the Kingdom of God on earth.



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Russia is too corrupt to let go and become a third rome. Events such as the ongoing global financial crisis would, in my opinion, only make Russia more introverted.

If there was to be a third Rome anytime soon, it would be centered on eastern religion and I believeIndia would be the center.

The only possibility for a new Russia would be after the East's rise and fall. Russia's century will most likely be the 22nd.

There is a possibility that Russian introversion could allow Russia to become the only 1st world country, but in this possibility, excluding a Russia-excluding pandemic, I would still see a state, even if it is a holy state.
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Islam will eventually take over India.

Islam is destined to be the religion of all the non-whites.

Christianity is the religion of true Israel [Aryans.]

If Russia wants to join the Islamic non-white nations
all it needs to do is keep doing what it's doing...
embracing multi-racial, muliticulturalism. Same for
all the other [former] Aryan Christian nations.



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