violet eyes; central asian states

What would you do if you possessed the Person of God? This is the opening question for those entering the path of the rose cross….And let the Formless One standing before you in a blazing light of Christ radiance–whose violet eyes penetrate your soul–give to you the key to the mystery of Form. -Sanat Kumara: Opening of the Seventh Seal, V, see http://books.google.com/books?id=CjEkT9Sgo1UC&pg=PA31&dq=clare+prophet+cooperative&hl=en&sa=X&ei=EJ9JVPvBLOX2iQLz7IDwCQ&ved=0CC8Q6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=clare%20prophet%20cooperative&f=false
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Before it (the continent of Meru) was destroyed by cataclysm, he (Casimir Poseidon) and a band of disciples “withdrew to North America to seal that light, to seal the scrolls of that culture in a place, the point of a pyramid now located in Colorado.” -Casimir Poseidon: 10-5-1975 via Messenger E C Prophet, see http://books.google.com/books?id=nBlOwrLYiHEC&pg=PA50&dq=clare+prophet+violet+eyes&hl=en&sa=X&ei=06FJVL2yD8mKiwKc9IDQAQ&ved=0CCkQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=clare%20prophet%20violet%20eyes&f=false
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269. Life will grow stronger not through mechanics but through the ideas of communal life. A man who joins a settlement cannot be an enemy of all his neighbors. Good relationships must be established, and only cooperation will lead to effective good. -M: Community 1926
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9-14-13   In Turkmenistan, already China’s largest foreign supplier of natural gas, Mr Xi inaugurated production at the world’s second-biggest gasfield, Galkynysh. It will help triple Chinese imports from the country. In Kazakhstan $30 billion of announced deals included a stake in Kashagan, the world’s largest oil discovery in recent decades. In Uzbekistan Mr Xi and his host, President Islam Karimov, unveiled $15 billion in oil, gas and uranium deals, though details in this opaque country were few.

China is the biggest trading partner of four of the region’s five countries (the exception being Uzbekistan). During Mr Xi’s trip, Chinese state media reported that trade volumes with Central Asia topped $46 billion last year, up 100-fold since the countries’ independence from the Soviet Union two decades ago. Though neither side puts it like this, China’s growing presence clearly comes at Russia’s expense. Russia still controls the majority of Central Asia’s energy exports, but its relative economic clout in the region is slipping—other than as a destination for millions of migrant labourers.  http://www.economist.com/news/asia/21586304-vast-region-chinas-economic-clout-more-match-russias-rising-china-sinking

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6-24-14   the Russian armed forces have been expanding their bases in Central Asia and been providing Central Asian militaries with subsidized training and equipment. In September 2013, Russia negotiated a 15-year extension of the lease to its base at Kant in Kyrgyzstan to 2032. The Russian military has announced plans to approximately double the number of planes based there,  which in early 2014 had at least two Mi-8 transport helicopters and eight Su-25 ground-attack planes. The Russian military also retains a seismic station in southern Kyrgyzstan and a communications post and a torpedo testing range in northern part of the country.

Russia is also providing Kyrgyzstan with a billion-dollar military aid package and is modernizing the equipment at its military bases in Tajikistan and providing that country’s armed forces with substantial aid to fortify its border with Afghanistan.  http://thediplomat.com/2014/06/moscows-afghan-endgame/

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