THE MYSTERIOUS KAILASH PYRAMID

September 04, 2017

IS THE KAILASH PYRAMID HAND-MADE?

There is pyramid located on the holy mount "Kailash" in Tibet. According to people who had visited it, there are more than 100 additional pyramids (a lot smaller) near it. After russian researches, it was concluded that the pyramid was hand-made as the geometrical shape and placement are too perfect to be a coincidence of nature. There are no official records of anyone going inside of it. This is due to the fact that it is covered with great amout of snow. 




Drunvalo Melchizedek (spiritual teacher) talked about in his book "The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life, Vol. 1", about his conversation with a group of archeologists that claimed to have entered the pyramid. According to them there is a "room" in the middle of the pyramid and in the middle of that room is a picture of "The Flower of Life".


This pyramid dates before the Great Pyramid in Giza, which is built around 13 000 years ago (according to some non-mainstream historics and researchers). It is also the biggest pyramid in the world along with the "Twin Pyramids" in Russia, Nakhodka and the ones on Faroe Island. According to russian scientists, the pyramid in Tibet, Kailash could act as a center (so can the Great Pyramid in Giza) for the enormous web of ancient monuments that are built accordingly to the ley lines of our planet. The Great Pyramid in Giza is so precisely placed in relation to the pyramid in Kailash, that if you draw a line from one pyramid to the other, the line would be horizontally perfect.



THE PYRAMID EFFECTS

One more mysterious effect that occur around the pyramid in Kailash is that time there seems to be flowing faster. Einstein's theory about time flowing faster when you are on a higher place of Earth, turned out to be correct as the gravitational force is weaker, but the difference in time was proven to be so minimal, that it would take you more than 70 years to experience less than 1 second difference. This does not seem to be the case with the Kailash pyramid. According to the people that experimented with the time-flowing there, time seems to flow a lot faster. The experimentators stayed near the pyramid for 12 hours and their hair and nails grew a length that in normal conditions would take 2 weeks. That could also be explained by the additional components about gravity added by some non-mainstream scientists to the Eintein's theory. The book "The Sourcefield Investigations" by David Wilcock explains what is missing from it. Explained in short - according to some scientists that made experiments, gravity seems to be pushing instead of pulling, even though they appear to have the same effect on us. According to those scientists, gravity is an energy force that carries the properties of all life, matter and time, it is basically a field that fills the cosmos, without leaving ANY emtpy space. That force is moving like a wave. The gravitational "pull" towards the center of the Earth that we experience, is an effect of that moving force which is actually pushing us towards it with its constant flowing through our planet. Pyramids make this gravitational force to act differently when it passes through them, because of its gometrical shape, making the movement to create vortexes of that gravitational energy. And since we know that the gravitational force determines how time flows, it is logical to conclude the possibility of experiencing time differently near such vortexes.

THE PYRAMID LEGENDS

Some mystics claim that this mount contains a secret entrance that leads to the Kingdom of Shamballah. According to buddhism, the mount was home of Buddha Demchok, which represents supreme bliss. It is also considered to have been the home of Lord Shiva, which according to legends still resides in a deep meditation state deep in the mount. It is considered to be unconquered to this day. The climbing of the mount is near impossible and there is a legend that says those who try to climb it will suffer from great misfortune.


ATTEMPTS TO CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN

In 1926, Hugh Ruttledge, an English civil servant and mountaineer, along with Colonel R. C. Wilson had made an attempt to climb the legendary mountain. Ruttledge considered the north face of Kailash to be 6,000 ft high and called it "utterly unclimbable". Colonel Wilson claimed that "just when I discovered an easy walk to the summit of the mountain, heavy snow began to fall, making the ascent impossible."

Another Russian mountaineer, Sergei Cistiakov said, "When we approached the foot of the mountain, my heart was pounding. I was in front of the sacred mountain which cannot be beaten. I felt extremely emaciated and suddenly I became captivated by the thought that I do not belong on this mountain, I must necessarily come back! As soon as we started the descent, I felt liberated." History states while there have been many attempts to conquer the mountain, no one has been successful in the endeavour. According to the legends it is Lord Shiva that is making the mountain unclimamble for the mortals.



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