by Rajeev Kapoor — henrymakow.com July 9, 2016
Almost a thousand years ago, during the Islamic purge of non-Muslims in the Middle East, many Jews traveled eastward to India in search of a new home.
In India, in the Nineteenth Century, Freemasons Swami Vivekananda and Dayananda Saraswati, in conjunction with other Jewish Freemasons formed the Hindu Sect known as “Arya Samaj.”
Cross-pollinated by Madam Blavatsky and her Theosophical Society, the “Arya Samaj” sect of Hinduism promulgated a mono-theistic faith (not having multiple deities like the rest of the Hindus), transformed Chanukkah into Diwali (the festival of lights occurring on the same days), were meat eaters instead of vegetarian, and like many Jews, were obsessed with accumulating wealth, power, education, dominance, supremacy, and military might.
In fact, the only idol allowed within the Arya Samaj sect, out of the countless gods sported by Hinduism, was the elephant god, “Ganesh,” who symbolized wealth, prosperity, education, and material earthly providence.
Today, members of the Punjabi Arya Samaj virtually rule and run the entire country, and are captains of India’s industry, business, military, Bollywood (India’s version of Hollywood), media, banking, culture and nightlife, and of course politics. Mahatma Gandhi and Jawarlahal Nehru would be the most well known, but also Rabindranath Tagore, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Radakrishnan, and Raj Tata. The leaders of the Indian Independence movement like Ramprasad Bismil, Bhagat Singh, Shyamji Krishnavarma, Bhai Paramanand and Lala Lajpat Rai were to be inspired by it. Also Sri Aurobindo and Subhash Chandra Bose.