India

India is a country in Asia, founded in 1950 as the Republic of India. It has a population of 1, 3 billion people. Its most populous city and capital is New Delhi. It is the 6th largest economy of the world. It is a member of the United Nations. Its main religion is Hinduism. It is ruled by the Jesuits and the British Empire.

 

History of India

8000 BC cave paintings of Bhimbetka.

3000 BC Indus civilisation (cities like Mohenjo Daro). The Hinduist Veda's are written. Aryans reach India (division Aryans in the north, Dravidians in the south). Worship of Saturn as Kali.

900 BC building of pyramids, similar to pyramids in Indonesia and Cambodia.

600-500 BC rise of Buddhism.

1495 Vasco da Gama (Order of Christ, succesor of the Knights Templar) and his Portugese Armada makes his first visit to Calicut India.

1526 Mughal Empire. The Dutch East India Company starts the opium trade with India.

1579 jesuit Thomas Stephens reaches Goa.

1613 Jesuit Roberto Nobili controls Goa, adapts Christian religion to Indian customs.

1640 the jesuits translate the Veda's.

The British Empire and the jesuits conquer India through the slave, tea and opium trade (British East India Company with its headquarter in the City of London, Cecil family, Skull and Bones families like Russell and Forbes). Opium trader Elihu Yale founds Yale University. Opium trader Lord Dartmouth founds Dartmouth College. Edward Sassoon marries Carolyn Rothschild (bankers of the Vatican and British East India Company thrugh the House of Hesse).

1844 the jesuits build St Joseph College.

1857 Indian Rebellion.

1876 Robert Bulwer-Lytton is viceroy of India.

1888 British-Russian agent Helena Blavatsky of the Theosophical Society founds a Theosophic community in India, to study the dissociation techniques of yoga. The techniques are taught to actors by Theosophists in Hollywood (Jidda Krishnamurti).

Freemason and Theosophist Swami Vivekananda helped establishing the nationalist movement in India and the Vedanta Society in 1894.

1930 Indian yogi Swami Prabhavanda founds the Vedanta Society of Southern California in Hollywood. He works with Gerald Heard and Aldous Huxley.

1942 8/9 arrest of Mahatma Gandhi.

1947 Earl Mountbatten is general in India. Jawaharlal Nehru, a member of the India League with Bertrand Russell, is made prime minister as a puppet of the Fabian Society and the Theosophical Society, the face of new British imperialism (wolf in sheep's clothing tactic).

He was a friend of St John Philby (British Union of Fascist of Fabian Oswald Mosley). Nehru's sister was Vijaya Lakshmi.

Rise of Bollywood film industry. Indian guru Baghwan (Osho) works with Michael Murphy of Esalen (also affiliated with Deepak Chopra).

1967 CIA agent Richard Alpert visits Indian guru Neem Karoli Baba, works with Baghavan Das, Krishna Das (Blue Oyster Cult) and Larry Brilliant (WHO), funded by Steve Jobs.

1968 The Beatles visit Indian guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (also affiliated with Deepak Chopra) with Mia Farrow (mother of Antichrist in Rosemary's Baby) and Mike Love of Laurel Canyon act The Beach Boys, to move towards a world religion (promoted in Life magazine of Time).

1969 Indian yoga guru Swami Satchidananda (interfaith movement, new world religion) opens the Woodstock festival with Ravi Shankar (CCNY, Esalen).

1982 Gandhi movie with Ben Kingsley as Mahatma Gandhi.

Jesuit Deepak Parekh is chairman of Housing Development Finance Corporation. Jesuit Praful Patel was Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises. Jesuit Bhaskar Pramanik worked for Microsoft. Jesuit Sashi Taroor works for the UN. Jesuit Ashok Alexander works for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Jesuit Mukesh Ambani is the richest man in India. Jesuit Salman Kahn is used in the Bollywood film industry.

Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson of Mahatmi Gandhi, works with Initiatives of Change, the successor of Moral Re-Armament.

Shraddha Kapoor and Neha Kakkar are used in the global religion of fame (Instagram).

Priyanka Choprah is signed to CAA and married to Nick Jonas (Jonas Brothers, Disney).

Indian presidents

Rajendra Prasad (pm Jawaharlal Nehru of Fabian Society), Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (Theosophical Society, friend of Alan Watts, pm Indira Gandhi), Zakir Husain, V.V. Giri, Mohammad Hidayatullah, Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, B.D. Jatti, Neelam Sanjiva Reddy, Gianni Zail Singh, R. Venkatamaran, Shankar Dayal Sharma, K.R. Narayanan (LSE), A.P.J Abdul Kalam (jesuit), Prathiba Patil, Pranab Mukherjee, Ram Nath Kovind (pm Narendra Modi).

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