Justice of God: Jews called in Christ: Gog and Magog of the Evil
Mountain of the North, Yamantau
called in Christ: Gog and Magog of the Evil Mountain of the North,
MOUNTAIN, RUSSIA - EVIL MOUNTAIN IN KURGAN RELATED LANGUAGE, WHICH
LANGUAGE IS PRESENT IN THE AREA OF KHAZAKHSTAN AS WELL
OTHER WORDS IN THE WHOLE REGION OF THE MONGOL-TATAR TURKIC KURGAN
KHAZAKH "NORTH" COUNTRY THIS IS WHERE EVIL DWELLS UNTIL THE END OF TIME -
THE TERM "NORTH" HERE IS FROM OLD TESTAMENT PROPHETS CONCERNING THIS
AND IS CARRIED OVER INTO THE TALMUDIC COMMENTARIES OF THE JUDAISTS.
Jerome about two centuries before Muhammad (pbuh) makes reference about
this concerning Gog and Magog attacking the world and the Church in
particular at the end of time. Islam also preserves the same tradition.
This is related to Mt. Damavand in Iran and the eight petaled lotus of
the Sufis and the Evil god of the Buddhists that dwells beneath the
earth, which is actually the base for all Mahayana Buddhism, including
especially the triple dragon god at the center of Buddhism (Dainichi
Nyorai in Japanese, which is the Sun god same as in the Thule cult
of Hitler and the esoteric magical cult of Hassan al Banna in the Middle
East - see: God
and His Messiah Jesus Christ our Lord - our right and duty to witness
to Him: Omar Khayyam: Surrendering Islam). This tells us what
Gorbachev was doing in 1984 when he summoned all religions to Moscow to
celebrate before him in typical Communist Sergei Bulgakov/Gramscian
Pantheistic manipulation of religion - and that two years before his
puppet in the Vatican, Antipope John Paul II, did the same at the Assisi
gatherings beginning in 1986 - the Assisi gatherings boasted of the
attendance of 'Drozdov' - "Blackbird," the secret KGB operative name of
Moscow Orthodox Church Patriarch Alexus II.
From Link: Cabala - Qabalah, Freemasonry,
the Tijaniyah Order, theMuslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda, and Sufism
Qabalah continues in it’s Devil’s work. Note this concerning the below,
in Islam, freemasonry and all connected to it, is considered heresy and
not part of confession of Allah. Muslims call freemasonry a "hawk"
which means exactly that it is heresy and wrong. Traditional Catholics
agree with Muslims on this. Both Catholics and Muslims worship the true
God. In the below, the various movements are shown that were used as the
base for the Sabatae Zvi Frankists of the Donmeh (who subverted
Turkey and caused the genocide against the Armenian Christians). The
Sabatae Zvi Frankists of the Donmeh are, with the Gnostic O.T.O., a
huge part of the Freemasonic influence that utterly controls the Zionist
Vatican. The Sabatae Zvi Frankists of the Donmeh are the religious
core and base for all Likkud and all other Talmudic Zionism in
Occupied Palestine (falsely called "Israel") and throughout the world.
This Zionism of the Sabatae Zvi Frankists of the Donmeh is the prime
mover behind the movements leading to the Kurdish Peshmergas' attacks on
the Iraqi East Assyrian Churches and the Iranian Shi'ite militias
attacks in Iraq and every other assassin horror in the region. Tikun
Olam is the base of Cabala and the base of the Satanic Jew Zionist
Note: Sufism itself is not a
heresy in Islam, but there is heretical teaching that calls itself
Sufism that Islam does condemn, and that is the kind of false Sufism
used by the Frankist Donmeh.
Freemasonry, the Tijaniyah Order, the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda, and
The Secret Doctrine of the Assassins
Occult Religion behind an Islamist fascade
dead hand switch at Yamantau has certainly been protected from Israel
setting it off as a Samson option. Now only Iran and Syria and
south-eastern Europe are in the major danger from the insane ghetto
dwellers in IsraHell. But Yamantau may yet be a new Stalin's counter
attack against a new Trotsky. Yamantau is still OFFENSIVELY armed to the
Thermo-Nuclear Intercontinental Ballistic Missile teeth. Just like
Stalin, the cold eyed Asiatic Jew, bested the Western wild eyed Magus
Jew Trotsky - this may be Putin-Gorbachev versus Netanyahu-Kissinger in a
final show down that could destroy the world.
blog: Israel's Nuclear Weapons Program
Which leads to this
in Russia. Or did it come from an earlier version of this? See Yamantau
Survivor's Quarters when Israel sets off the Samson Option?
the strangely Freemasonic number 33 here. Why does it look so
didn't think the signs would be in English or Japanese or French did
Photo Map showing underground Yamantau facilities.
- Evil Mountain
Russia? Some people think so and their suspicions are shared by the US
Congress. Testamony was taken on Congressional suspicions of Russian
complex in Yamantau Mountain, circa 1997, and can be checked with theCongressional
Record for that session.
-- Starting in the Brezhnev period, Russia has been pursuing
construction of a massive underground facility at Yamantau Mountain and
the city of Mezhgorye (formerly the settlements of Beloretsk-15 and
Beloretsk-16). Russia's 1997 federal budget lists the project as a
closed territory containing installations of the Ministry of Defense.
mysterious military base being constructed in Russia:
"In a secret projectThe complex, being built inside Yamantau
reminiscent of the chilliest days of the Cold War, Russia is building a
mammoth underground military complex in the Ural Mountains, Western
officials and Russian witnesses say.
inside Yamantau mountain in the Beloretsk area of the southern Urals,
the project involved the creation of a huge complex, served by a
railroad, a highway, and thousands of workers."
mountain by tens of thousands of workers, covers an area the size of the
Washington area inside the Beltway.
provisions for living inside the man-made caves. There is an underground
warehouse for food and clothing, a shelter for the Russian national
leadership in case of nulcear war, and rumors that the Yamantau Mountain
project was associated with the so-called 'Dead Hand' nuclear
retaliatory command and control system for strategic missiles.
complex beneath Yamantau Mountain betrays a lingering belief among top
Russian leaders that they must continue to prepare to fight and win a
nuclear war. Russians say they still fear the U.S.
underground bases in Eastern Europe to conceal nuclear missiles at the
end of the Cold War, as an integral part of its nuclear war-fighting
strategy. In all, some 73 SS-23 missiles, packing a nuclear punch 365
times the bomb that detonated over Hiroshima, were hidden by the Soviets
in violation of the INF Treaty, which went into force in June 1988.
missiles would have given the Soviets an overwhelming strategic
advantage against the United States, allowing them to decimate NATO
forces in Europe in a surprise attack. The last of these missiles will
be destroyed by the government of Slovakia, under a grant from the
Russia may be conducting nuclear deception on a far vaster scale
beneath Yamantau Mountain, where it has dug out a gigantic underground
military complex designed to withstand a sustained nuclear assault. A U.S. intelligence source was quoted as
saying that the Yamantau complex is but one of some 200 secret deep
underground nuclear war-fighting sites in Russia, many of which have
been significantly upgraded over the past six years at a cost of
billions of dollars.
shows the relative location of the underground Yamantau Mountain
complex. Since the end of the Cold War in 1991, U.S. intelligence
sources believe the Russian government has pumped more than$6 billion
into Yamantau alone, to construct a sprawling underground complex
that spans some 400 square miles.
comment, then-Commander of the U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM) Gen.
Eugene Habinger, called Yamantau
"a very large complex --It is believed to be large enough to house 60,000
we estimate that it has millions of square feet available for
underground facilities. We don't have a clue as to what they're doing
persons, with a special air filtration system designed to withstand a
nuclear, chemical or biological attack. Enough food and water is
believed to be stored at the site to sustain the entire underground
population for months on end."The only potential use for this site is
post-nuclear war..." --- Rep. Roscoe Bartlett
Bartlett is one of the handful of members of Congress who have closely
followed the Yamantau project.
The Yamantau Mountain complex is located close to one of Russia's
remaining nuclear weapons labs, Chelyabinsk-70, giving rise to
speculation it could house either a nuclear warhead storage site, a
missile base, a secret nuclear weapons production center, a directed
energy laboratory or a buried command post. Whatever it is, Yamantau was
designed to survive a nuclear war.
In response to repeated U.S. inquiries, the Russian government has
provided no fewer than 12 separate and contradictory explanations for
the site, none of them believed to be credible.
A 1997 Congressional Research Service report said that the vast sums
invested to build the Yamantau Mountain complex "provide evidence of
excessive military modernization in Russia." Russia is pouring money
into this and other underground nuclear sites at the same time U.S.
taxpayers have provided billions of dollars in aid to Russia to help
dismantle nuclear warheads taken off line as a result of START I and
"Yamantau Mountain is the largest nuclear-secure project in the world...
They have very large train tracks running in and out of it, with
enormous rooms carved inside the mountain. It has been built to resist a
half dozen direct nuclear hits, one after the other in a direct hole.
It's very disquieting that the Russians are doing this when they don't
have $200 million to build the service module on the international space
station and can't pay housing for their own military people," ---Rep.
The Russians have constructed two entire cities over the site, known as
Beloretsk 15 & 16, which are closed to the public, each with 30,000
workers. No foreigner has ever set foot near the site. A U.S. military
attache stationed in Moscow was turned back when he attempted to visit
the region a few years ago.
Neither the Central Intelligence Agency nor the Defense Intelligence
Agency will comment on what the Russians are doing at Yamantau Mountain.
"There's not a lot we could say without venturing into the classified
realm," CIA spokesman Mike Mansfield said. "It's hard to discuss it with
This U.S. satellite photograph of the Yamantau
Mountain [left] region was taken on Oct. 16, 1997. Clearly recognizable
signs of excavation can be seen at the areas marked Yamantau Mountain
and Mezhgorye. Two above-ground support cities, each housing 30,000
workers, are located at Beloretsk and Tirlyanskiy.
The very little that is known publicly about the site comes from
Soviet-era intelligence officers, who defected to Great Britain and the
United States. In public testimony before a House Armed Services
Subcommittee last October, KGB defector Col. Oleg Gordievsky said the
KGB had maintained a separate, top-secret organization, known as
Directorate 15, to build and maintain a network of underground command
bunkers for the Soviet leadership -- including the vast site beneath
"And what is interesting was that President Yeltsin and Russia's new
democratic leaders are using those facilities, and the same service is
still running the same facility, like it was 10, 15 years ago." --- Col.
Yamantau Mountain is so secret that only a handful of Russian government
officials knows about it, says Rep. Curt Weldon, R-Pa., who speaks
Russian and travels frequently to Russia, chairing a congressional
working group that discusses strategic issues with counterparts from the
"I ask the Russians about it every time I meet with them... We've never
had a straight answer."
Weldon got interested in Yamantau Mountain in 1995 when he saw a public
report suggesting it was a vast mining project.
"I went to Moscow and spoke with the deputy interior minister who was in
charge of mining," Weldon says. "I asked him if there was any mining
activity there. He just shook his head and said he had never heard of
it. So I mentioned the other name the Russians use for it: Mezhgorye. He
said he hadn't heard of that either. Then he sent an aide out to check.
Twenty minutes later, the aide came back, visibly shaken. He said they
couldn't say anything about it."
Weldon also met with Andrei Kokoshkin, a former deputy defense minister,
in charge of President Yeltsin's National Security Council.
"Kokoshkin called it a public works project, and said there was nothing
to worry about, since the Defense Ministry had no involvement in it. So I
brought out a copy of the Defense Ministry's budget -- it's only a few
pages long -- and showed him the line item for Mezhgorye. He smiled and
said it must be for bridges, roads and schools. When I then asked if I
could see it, he said that could only be arranged through Yeltsin. The
site was controlled directly by the president."
Weldon then tried sending a 3-page letter to Yeltsin in Russian.
"I told him all the things I was trying to do to foster better
U.S.-Russia understanding, but said that I couldn't help if they
couldn't clear up something as important as this. He never replied."
Where's the Money Coming From?
The cause for concern is that the US is currently sending hundreds of
millions of dollars to Russia, supposedly to help that country dismantle
old nuclear weapons. Meanwhile, the Russian parliament has been
complaining that it cannot pay $250 million in back wages owed to its
workers at the same time that it is spending money to comply with new
strategic arms reduction treaties.
Aviation Week and Space Technology reported that "It seems the nearly
$30 billion a year spent on intelligence hasn't answered the question of
what the Russians are up to at Yamantau Mountain in the Urals. The huge
underground complex being built there has been the object of U.S.
interest since 1992. 'We don't know exactly what it is,' says Ashton
Carter, the Pentagon's international security mogul. The facility is not
operational, and the Russians have offered 'nonspecific reassurances'
that it poses no threat to the U.S."
The following is an excerpt from an interview between Chris Ruddy and
Col. Stanislav Lunev, a Russian military intelligence officer who
defected in 1992.â€ Col. Stanislav Lunev is the highest-ranking military
intelligence officer ever to have defected from Russia.
You ask about Yamantau Mountain.â€ Well, this is a huge underground
city, which could be used in time when many Russian cities are
destroyed, but the military and political elite will survive and live
until our planet will try to restore itself.
U.S. law states that the Administration must certify to Congress that
any money sent to Russia is used to disarm its nuclear weapons. However,
is that the case? If the Russian parliament is complaining of a
shortage of funds for nuclear disarmament, then how can Russia afford to
build the Yamantau complex?
Could American funds be subsidizing a Russian weapons factory? A
"doomsday" shelter? Or possibly something even more sinister? We'd like
to hear YOUR opinion. Write firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mountains, which are also called the Stone Belt, extend for 2500 km from
the hot Kazakh steppes to the frozen coast of the Arctic Ocean.
Geographers divide the Urals into five regions: South, Middle, North,
Subarctic and Arctic Urals. The widest part of the Urals is called the
South Urals, and comprises dozens of parallel ridges, bounded in the
north and in the south by the valleys of Ufalei River and Ural River
respectively. Steppe and forest-steppe landscapes are typical of the
foothills in this part of the Urals. Higher in the mountains, the
hillsides are covered with mixed forests and the highest peaks, like
islands, emerge among the green ocean of forest. The highest mountains
of the South Urals - Yamantau (1640 m) and Bolshoi Ieremele (1582 m) -
are located in the western row of ridges.
these two links:
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Mountains, Bashkortostan, Russia.
The name means bad (evil) mountain in the Bashkir
language (Яман тау). It is also known as Mount Yamantaw. It
stands at 1,640 metres (5,381 ft) and is the highest mountain in the
southern Urals. Along with Kosvinsky
Mountain (600 km to the north), it is suspected by the United States of
being a large secret nuclear facility and/or bunker. The closed
military town of Mezhgorye is
situated nearby. As late as 2003, Yamantaw was not yet fully
have been observed by U.S. satellite imagery as recently as the late
1990s, during the time of Boris Yeltsin's
government after the fall of the Soviet Union.
Twogarrisons, Beloretsk-15 and Beloretsk-16,
were built on top of the facility, and possibly a third,Alkino-2,
as well, and became the closed town of Mezhgorye in
1995. They are said to house 30,000 workers each. Repeated U.S.
questions have yielded several different responses from the Russian
government regarding Mount Yamantaw. They have said it is a mining site,
a repository for Russian treasures, a food storage area, and a bunker
for leaders in case of nuclear war. Responding to questions regarding
Yamantaw in 1996, Russia's Defense
Ministry stated: "The practice does not exist in the Defense
Ministry of Russia of informing foreign mass media about facilities,
whatever they are, that are under construction in the interests of
strengthening the security of Russia." Large rail lines serve the
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language, and is the language of the Bashkirs.
It is co-official with Russian in
live in the Russian
republic of Bashkortostan.
Many speakers also live in Chelyabinsk, Orenburg,Sverdlovsk, Samara and Kurgan Oblasts, Khanty-Mansi
Autonomous Okrug—Yugra, Tatarstan and Udmurtia.
Minor Bashkir minority groups also live inKazakhstan.
- E. Čaušević:
Baschkirisch. in: M. Okuka (Hg.): Lexikon der Sprachen des europäischen
Ostens. Klagenfurt (Wieser Enzyklopädie des europäischen Ostens 10)
2002. S. 777.