Agharta and the Golden City of Shambhala

Agharta And The Golden City Of Shambhala

As the Russian philosopher Nicholas Roerich passed through the sprawling mountains of Central Asia in 1926, he and his guides were shocked to witness an incredible, golden orb floating in the sky. “…high up in the cloudless sky, they clearly saw a golden spheroidal object moving from the Altai Mountains to the north at tremendous …

Ancient Buddhist Statue, Discovered By Nazis, Was Carved From Meteorite

Scientists at the University of Stuttgart in Germany have discovered that a Buddhist statue, first located by the Nazis in 1938, was carved from ataxite, a type of rare, nickel-rich iron meteorite. Known as the “Iron Man” statue, it is believed to portray the god Vaiśravaṇa, or Namtösé in Tibet, and was likely created in …

Words Have Power: Mani Stones

“Om mani padme hum.” This is the Buddhist mantra of Avalokitesvara, or Chenrezig, the bodhisattva of compassion. Roughly translated, it means “Hail to the jewel in the lotus” (or “Behold! The jewel in the lotus!” or “The jewel is in the lotus”), a metaphysical, transcendental mantra said to encompass all of Buddha’s teachings. In truth, …

The Cintamani Stone

The Cintamani Stone

The Cintamani Stone (or Chintamani Stone) is a legendary artifact of Buddhist and Hindu mythology, a “wish-fulfilling” gem of extraordinary power. According to Buddhist legend, it fell from the stars and landed in Tibet, where the ancient Buddhists revered it as a spiritual jewel. However, its power was considered so great, and so potentially disastrous, …