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The Wahhabis and Salafis are the product of a British strategy to undermine Islamic tradition and create fundamentalism. While the Sufis are their most vocal and articulate critics, rightly pointing out their corruptions, they themselves are part of a similar conspiracy, again with close ties to Western intelligence and the occult.
The New Age movement, following the teachings of a leading disciple of H. Blavatsky, believes that the coming of the Age of Aquarius will herald the beginning of world peace and one-world government, headed by the Maitreya, who is said to be awaited also by Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus and Muslims, though he is known by these believers respectively as Christ, Messiah, the fifth Buddha, Krishna or Imam Mahdi.
Essentially, the pretext of the occult is that in the future the world will be united in peace by eliminating all sectarianism, when the world will be brought together under a single belief system. The basis of that belief will be the occult tradition, which it is claimed has been the underlying source of all exoteric religions.
As such, since at least the middle of the eighteenth century, occultists have marketed Sufism as being the origin of Freemasonry. According to Idries Shah, the twelfth century Qadiriyya Sufi order was the origin of the Rosicrucians, the most important occult movement after the Renaissance, who later evolved into the Freemasons.
As detailed in Black Terror White Soldiersthe Rosicrucians were responsible for orchestrating the advent of Sabbatai Zevi, who took the Jewish world by storm in when he declared himself their expected messiah.
However, Zevi disappointed the vast majority of his followers when he subsequently converted to Islam. Strongly heretical, the Bektashi venerated Ali, the son-in-law of the Prophet Mohammed, repudiated many of the legal rulings of Islam, and combined Kabbalistic ideas with elements of ancient Central Asian shamanism.
Blavatsky, which she regarded as the homeland of the Aryan race. Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society, and came to be regarded as an oracle of Freemasonry and the godmother of the occult. Blavatsky became largely responsible for initiating the popularity of Buddhism as a font of the Ancient Wisdom.
However, contrary to popular perceptions, Tibetan Buddhism is a strange amalgam of Buddhist ideas, along with Hindu Tantra and Central Asian shamanism, it was for this reason that Blavatsky regarded it as the true preservation of the traditions of magic.
Abdul Qadir al Jazairi Abdul Qadir al Jazairi The myth of Sufism as the origin of Freemasonry developed through the influence of Abdul Qadir al Jazairi —an Algerian national hero who led a struggle against the French invasion of their country in the mid-nineteenth century.
Abdul Qadir was ultimately forced to surrender, and eventually settled in Damacus, Syria, under a generous pension from the French.
Inhe attained international fame when he and his personal guard saved large numbers of Christians who had come under attack by the local Druze population. As well, the town of Elkaker of Iowa was named after him.
Abdul Qadir had been initiated into the Naqshbandi, into the Qadiriyya by his own father, and into the Darqawi branch of the Shadhili Sufi order, by the student of its founder, al Arabi ad-Darqawi. However, Ibn Arabi was condemned by the vast majority of orthodox Muslim scholars as a heretic.
Abdul Qadir was also friends with Jane Digby and Sir Richard Burton, the famous British explorer, spy and fellow Freemason, who had been made consul in Damascus in Digby, or Lady Ellenboroughwas an English aristocrat who lived a scandalous life of romantic adventures, having had four husbands and many lovers.
Blunt was the handler of British agent Jamal ud Din al Afghani and his disciple, Mohammed Abduh, the founders of the fundamentalist tradition of Islam known as Salafism, from which emerged the Muslim Brotherhood.
According to historian K. Afghani was the reputed head of a mysterious order known as the Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor or Lightwhich exercised a profound influence over the occult societies of the period, culminating in the Ordo Templi Orientis OTO of the scandalous Aleister Crowley.
As a Freemason, al Kabir also aimed to demonstrate the relationship between the symbols of Freemasonry and Islam. Gurdjieff Also promoting the origin of shamanism as the source of ancient wisdom was the chief propagandist for the popularization of Sufism within the New Age, George Gurdjieff —a charismatic hypnotist, carpet trader and spy of Armenian origin.
I am certain that he is deeply good, and that he is working for the good of mankind. But his methods are often incomprehensible. Haushofer was also a leading member of the Thule Society, from which evolved the Nazi Party, and founded by Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorf, who had studied Kabbalah in Turkey under Bektashi Sufis who were also Freemasons.
Haushofer was apparently influenced by Gurdjieff's teaching that men are asleep and waiting for a strong leader to force them to wake up and become supermen. Haushofer was supposed to have been with Gurdjieff in Tibet, and it was then that Gurdjieff supposedly advised Haushofer to adopt the symbol of the swastika.
Having studied with the Bektashi Sufis, Gurdjieff also adopted the belief in shamanism as the source of the Sufi tradition.
Both groups were described as in possession of advanced knowledge and powers, and as being open to suitable candidates from all creeds. Gurdjieff then ventures to Central Asia to search out and locate the mysterious Sarmoung Brotherhood. According to Bennett, the Sufis are the descendants and spiritual heirs of the old master magicians of Altai, where Central Asia has been their heartland for forty thousand years or more.
As Bennett relates, the Sarmoun became active in the rise of Zoroastrianism, and he connects the influence of the Magi to the Essenes. Likewise, Gurdjieff believed that Islam as well had deviated from the original teachings of the Prophet Mohammed.
Gurdjieff believed that the esoteric teachings of Islam were in Bokhara, in Central Asia, which Bennett believes was associated with the Naqshbandi Sufis who had preserved the true teachings of Islam, and which represented a synthesis of the inner meaning of all religions.Introduction To Teaching Strategies.
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Karen Timberlake is Professor Emerita of Chemistry at Los Angeles Valley College, where she taught chemistry for allied health and preparatory chemistry for 36 years. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry from the University of Washington and her Master's Degree in Biochemistry from the University of California at Los Angeles.
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