Thursday, June 30, 2016

The world UNDER the Himalayas (video)

Dhr. Seven (ed.), Wisdom Quarterly; Helena Matias; UFO mania (facebook, YT, June 27, 2016)
(UFO mania) The Mythical Caves Beneath the Last Buddhist Kingdoms of the Himalayas
Shambhala (
The concept of a subterranean realm is common throughout the world’s religions and mythological traditions.

There is a powerful antecedent to the legends and rumors extant today in the mythology of Vajrayana Buddhist Tibet.

In his 1930 book Shambhala, Nicholas Roerich describes his attempts to understand the origins of underworld legends "to discover what memories were being cherished in the folk-memory."
Legend of the underworld realm of Agartha presented by Astrambiente Lazio;
created by Valeria Temperini, Michela Rosarno, and Valerio Panfoli, in cooperation
with Adriana Bisirri, professor and principal of the SSML Gregorio VII University in Rome.

Roerich on the trail of Shambhala (HT)
Explorer Roerich relates the remarkable encounters and events of his travels through Central Asia [Afghanistan, etc.] and Tibet at the turn of the century.

Through his detailed diary notes and the chronicling of legends and parables, he reveals the many facets of the tale of Shambhala, the long-awaited realization of paradise on earth. In Western mythology, Shambhala appears as the mythic land of Shangri-la.

In the prophecies of the East, it is seen as both a physical place and the dawning of a New Era of enlightened consciousness. More

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