Friday, April 13, 2018

High in Bhutan, this is not Mt. Sumeru (video)

UFOmania; Seth Auberon, Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Mystical forbidden Himalayan mountain
The Buddha's world: Central to South Asia
The biggest mountain in Buddhist cosmology is called Mount Meru or "Good Meru," Sumeru in Sanskrit.

Human progress and exploration scratch and pound at the fringes of our known "world" (loka) and publicly-disclosed understanding.

Yet, there are still places in the world that have remained mostly unexplored by humans. (FACT: 25% of the USA has never been surveyed by anyone on the ground but only flown over).

One such place sits high in the cold remoteness of the Himalayan mountain range dividing Vajrayana Buddhist Bhutan and Mahayana Buddhist China.

In this place of desolate and bitter cold, unforgiving, biting winds, and jagged peaks looms a virtually unexplored mountain steeped in myth and magic known as Gangkhar Puensum. It is located in closed Bhutan, the last Buddhist Himalayan kingdom now become a republic, near its border with China. Source:

World of Spirits (ETs)
Gangkhar Puensum's name means "White Peak of the Three Spiritual Brothers" (wiki).
We visit earth and live in the Himalayas.
It is the highest mountain in the last Himalayan Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan, now no longer a monarchy, and a strong candidate for the highest unclimbed mountain in the world.

It has an elevation of 24,836 feet (7,570 meters) and a prominence of 9,826 feet (2,995 m). Its name means "White Peak of the Three Spiritual Brothers."

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