AZAR MIRZA-BEG was born in the Soviet Union in 1951, and spent his youth in search of spiritual knowledge and Masters, who could initiate him to the mystical way. His early interest was in Yoga, which was replaced by Gurdjieff and Sufi studies, what finally made him a Sufi teacher himself, the present Master of the Kubhrawi order.
He is the author of a non-fiction work In Search of the Truth: An Exposure of the Conspiracy. The book’s style is not academic, but polemical. It deals with the taboo subjects. Its topics are diverse: the origin of religion, spiritual guides, mysticism, reincarnation and hierarchy of the sciences; KGB, CIA and Mossad; the totalitarian propaganda and western political myths; the new world order; destruction of the Russian, Soviet, Ottoman and Persian empires; secularism in Turkey; the BBC; neo-Nazis, et c.
Mirza-Beg lived the larger part of his life in various regions of the colossal Soviet empire, but with the rise of the Iron Curtain, he moved to Western Europe, and resided in Berlin, Paris and London. Now he lives in Baku, Transcaucasia.
Web site: kubrawi.org