This book lays out a foundation myth encoded into the breathtaking architecture of Astana, the capital city of Kazakhstan. An omnibus of folk epic, archaeological research, and code-breaking symbolism, Astana advances challenging ideas and offers a wealth of fresh insights into the hidden complexities embedded deep within one of the most remarkable cities on Earth. It shows that Kazakhstan’s destiny as a harbinger of peace and a centre of stability, adaptability, and security in the world, is part of a pan-national epic concealed in the heart of Central Asia.
This book provides a unifying opus of human, cultural, and religious connectedness and reveals Kazakhstan’s shimmering new capital to be more than a symbolic statement marking the birth of a new nation—it instead provides an architectural roadmap for the peaceful destiny of the world.
Frank Albo, author
Frank Albo is an Adjunct Professor of History at the University of Winnipeg, where he specializes in architecture, Freemasonry, and the Western esoteric tradition. He holds graduate degrees in ancient Near Eastern languages and art history, and a PhD in the history of architecture from the University of Cambridge (Peterhouse). Dr. Albo was featured as the code-breaking protagonist in the best-selling book, The Hermetic Code, and his approach to architecture, landscape, and design seeks to transform public spaces into interactive journeys of discovery which elevate the mind and promote a sense of wonder. Dr. Albo has a unique ability to peel back conventional history to reveal new vistas of understanding about our built environment and the cultures of the past.
- "This book peers into the annals of time to show how Astana is the latest iteration of an age-old quest to rebuild the architecture of a paradise on Earth. We discover that Astana is more than just the new capital of the New World Order and the Illuminati, but instead a city of architectural splendour that provides a peaceful roadmap to world harmony and planetary sustainability. The photographs are breathtaking and after a few pages you will have forgotten everything you previously thought about the land of Borat!" - April Singleton Link to review
Rights Holder: Vidacom Publications
rights available: World rights for all languages except English and French
number of pages: 288
publication date: 06/04/2017
Original language of pub: English
Materials Available: finished book