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Old 11-07-2007, 01:38 AM   #1
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Default Is Entrance To Shambhala In Mt. Kailash

The "Hands of God" - the old pre-Christian symbol of Swarog - Slavic god of the Sun. In neo-paganist religions, Swarog is often the supreme god-creator and the central part of the (holy) trinity Triglav. A very interesting similarity with Swarog has the word "Swarga", which is a set of nether worlds located on the swastika mountain - Mt. Kailash in Tibet.

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I've been there, what a place. Its the Navel of the Earth. Very powerful. Those of you who can should travel there in your dreams and check it out.

Shambhalla is linked to Kailash but is not it. Shambhalla is a 4th density city, not an actual physical place in 3rd density that is currently above and below the Gobi desert in Mongolia.

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I've been there, what a place. Its the Navel of the Earth. Very powerful.
Oh... Really????????!!!!!! When? What year?
I've been there in 1983.

What do you think about the Kalash people? Do you find anything unusual about them?..
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I forgot to insert the image of the "Hands of God" which can be seen on that site - http://www.freebsd.nfo.sk/ganesheng.htm



Swa-rog - Swa-stika

The "Hands of God" - the old pre-Christian symbol of Swarog - Slavic god of the Sun. In neo-paganist religions, Swarog is often the supreme god-creator and the central part of the (holy) trinity Triglav.
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2003 and I adore the Himalayan peoples.

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interesting, im going to the shambhala music festival 5 hours away from me near nelson, british columbia, Canada. Its going to be nuts, 12000 people went last year. www.shambhalamusicfestival.com
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Kailash Temple , also Kailasanatha Temple is one of the 34 monasteries and temples, extending over more than 2 km, that were dug side by side in the wall of a high basalt cliff in the complex located at Ellora, Maharashtra, India, and represents the epitome of Indian rock cut architecture. It is designed to recall Mount Kailash, the abode of Lord Shiva.
While it exhibits typical Dravidian features, it was carved out of one single rock. The architects found to design this temple were from the southern Pallava kingdom.

The Kailash Temple is notable for its vertical excavation -- carvers started at the top of the original rock, and excavated downward, exhuming the temple out of the existing rock. The traditional methods were rigidly followed by the master architect which could not have been achieved by excavating from the front.

It is estimated that about 400,000 tons of rocks was scooped out over hundreds of years to construct this monolithic structure. From the chisel marks on walls of this temple, archeologists could conclude that three types of chisels were used to carve this temple.



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A Kalash girl...



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Shambhala is another name for Hell and so can be found where Hell is found. We have a Shambhala centre here in New Age central.
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december great post, watch bulletproof monk, lol. seriously, tibet is an epicenter for spirtual activity. the original buddha, siddhartha gautama was indian royalty, his dad was king ashoka/asoka


The Great Enlightenment

After asceticism and concentrating on meditation or Anapana-sati (awareness of breathing in and out), Siddhartha is said to have discovered what Buddhists call the Middle Way—a path of moderation away from the extremes of self-indulgence and self-mortification. He accepted a little milk and rice pudding from a village girl named Sujata, who wrongly believed him to be the spirit that had granted her a wish, such was his emaciated appearance. Then, sitting under a pipal tree, now known as the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, he vowed never to arise until he had found the Truth. Kaundinya and the other five companions, believing that he had abandoned his search and become indisciplined, left. After 49 days meditating, at the age of 35, he attained Enlightenment; according to some traditions, this occurred approximately in the fifth lunar month, and according to others in the twelfth. Gautama, from then on, was known as the Buddha or "Awakened One." Buddha is also sometimes translated as "The Enlightened One." Often, he is referred to in Buddhism as Shakyamuni Buddha or "The Awakened One of the Shakya Clan."

At this point, he is believed to have stated that he had realized complete awakening and insight into the nature and cause of human suffering which was ignorance, along with steps necessary to eliminate it. These truths were then categorized into the Four Noble Truths; the state of supreme liberation—possible for any being—was called Nirvana. He then came to possess the Nine Characteristics, which are said to belong to every Buddha.

According to one of the stories in the Āyācana Sutta (Samyutta Nikaya VI.1), a scripture found in the Pāli and other canons, immediately after his Enlightenment, the Buddha was wondering whether or not he should teach the Dharma to human beings. He was concerned that, as human beings were overpowered by greed, hatred and delusion, they would not be able to see the true dharma, which was subtle, deep and hard to understand. However, a divine spirit, Brahmā Sahampati, interceded and asked that he teach the dharma to the world, as "there will be those who will understand the Dharma". With his great compassion to all beings in the universe, the Buddha agreed to become a teacher.


49/7x7, also 40 days when yashuah went into the dessert. alkso there is only buddha the orginal one, all these reincarnatiosn etc i personally don't believe in,i thinks its a power/wealth scheme. krishna/buddha/yashuah, all had the same message. buddha is not new age, he is eternal truth, the same truth in krishna, yashuah etc. compassion, etc the ideals he spoke about are the highest ideals that man can aspire to. buddha didn't start a religion, people did, buddha spoke truth, to teach/reach. he is one of the few i respect.
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http://home.swipnet.se/ratnashri/buddhalife.htm

The Life of Shakyamuni Buddha


While thus engaged, he was approached and tempted to abandon the Great Struggle by Mara the Evil One, accompanied by his None Hosts, namely,

Lust,
Discontent,
Hunger and Thirst,
Craving,
Sloth and Laziness,
Cowardice,
Doubt,
Hypocrisy and Stupidity,
Gain, Fame, Honor, and
Glory Falsely Obtained,
Exaltation of Self,
and Contempt of Others.

But the future Buddha rebuked the Evil One and he departed.


They praised him, saying: "The body of him who meditates on loving kindness beyond samsara cannot be harmed by poison, weapons and fire. Such weapons, if thrown will be transformed into flowers."
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Shambhala is another name for Hell and so can be found where Hell is found. We have a Shambhala centre here in New Age central.
I am sorry to hear that your country is turning into a trash dumpster, Baron von Lotsov.

Do you think the Aryans should sue (or beat up) your New Age clowns for trashing the image Shambhala?



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Song of Shambhala, by Nicholas Roerich 1943. State Museum of Oriental Arts, Moscow, Russia



Nicholas Roerich. June–October, 1928. Darjeeling, India

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Hp Lovecraft drew alot of inspiration from Roerich (who often referred to the 'unnamed ones').

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Kanchenjunga by Nicholas Roerich (1936).
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Hp Lovecraft drew alot of inspiration from Roerich (who often referred to the 'unnamed ones').
Nicholas Roerich was a poet, artist and eminent man of learning who had emigrated from Russia and settled in Paris. He was regarded as one of the most distinguished of the Theosophical elite of the period. Apart from searching for the home of the Mahatmas, the purpose of his scientific expedition across Tibet and Xinjiang to Altai (1923-26) was never made entirely clear in his diary, but appears to have been related to the return of a certain sacred stone to its rightful home in the King's Tower in the center of Shambhala.


The stone was said to be part of a much larger meterorite possessed of occult properties called the Chintamani Stone, which was capable of giving telepathic inner guidance and effecting a transformation of consciousness to those in contact with it. The black stone of the Ka'aba at Mecca and that of the ancient shrine of Cybele, the Goddess-Mother of the Near East, are both believed by some occultists to be pieces of this magical meterorite, which is alleged to have come from a solar system in the constellation of Orion, probably Sirius [part of Canis Major]. The Orion constellation, we may note, is a recurring motif in the Shambhalic story. According to lamaist lore, a fragment of the Chintamani Stone from what is probably the star Sirius [there seem to be actually three of them] is sent wherever a spiritual mission vital to humanity is set up, and is returned when that mission is completed. Such a stone was said to be in the possession of the failed League of Nations, its return being entrusted to Roerich."

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see bro you can be pretty cool, when you post stuff like this. you shouldn't be aggressive all the time, or think because you are russian everyones against ya.

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Georges Ivanovich Gurdjieff (Георгий Иванович Гюрджиев, Georgiy Ivanovich Gyurdzhiev (or Gurdjiev); (January 13, 1866? – October 29, 1949), was a Greek-Armenian mystic, a teacher of sacred dances, and a spiritual teacher, most notable for introducing the Fourth Way. At different times in his life he formed and liquidated various schools around the world to utilize his teachings. He claimed that the teachings he brought to the West from his own experiences and early travels expressed the truth found in other ancient religions and wisdom teachings relating to self-awareness in one's daily life and humanity's place in the universe. It might be summed up by the title of his third series of writings: Life is Real Only Then, When 'I Am', while his complete series of books is entitled "All and Everything".

Biography

Gurdjieff was born in Alexandropol (now Gyumri), Armenia. The exact date is unknown - anything ranging from 1866 to 1877 has been offered - but many authors argued persuasively for 1866. Gurdjieff grew up in Kars, traveled to many parts of the world (such as Central Asia, Egypt, Rome) before returning to Russia in 1912.

Ideas

Gurdjieff claimed that people did not see reality, but that rather they lived in a form of "waking sleep". He taught that each person perceived things from a completely subjective perspective. Gurdjieff stated that maleficent events such as wars and so on could not possibly take place if people indeed saw reality and understood one another.

Gurdjieff was very critical of what composed a person's life, claiming that it revolved around striving for sexual gratification, and inventing new sciences and machines. Gurdjieff renounced all of "bodies pleasure" and "fantasying" as abnormal and unworthy of a being.

He also stated that people were far from knowing the human body and the "real world", and claiming that the quality of human life is degenerating, that humanity devolves rather than evolves, that the human body functions differently from what is commonly believed...

Gurdjieff left a self-development system which he felt would aid a man in self-development, and comprehensively describe a man's place in the universe.
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Shambhala in the Buddhist Kalachakra teachings
Shambhala (Tib. bde 'byung) is a Sanskrit term meaning "place of peace/tranquility/happiness". Shakyamuni Buddha is said to have taught the Kalachakra tantra on request of King Suchandra of Shambhala; the teachings are also said to be preserved there. Shambhala is believed to be a society where all the inhabitants are enlightened, actually a Buddhist "Pure Land", centered by a capital city called Kalapa. An alternative view associates Shambhala with the real empire of Sriwijaya where Buddhist master Atisha studied under Dharmakirti from whom he received the Kalachakra initiation.

Shambhala is ruled over by a line of Kulika Kings (Tib. Rigden), a monarch who upholds the integrity of the Kalachakra tantra. Some scholars believe this figure developed out of the myth of the Hindu conqueror Kalki, a similar personage [4]. However, the dating of Hindu texts come into question, as Buddha is also mentioned in many of those texts.[citation needed] The myth of Shambala and its location is also more developed in Buddhism. The Kalachakra prophesizes that when the world declines into war and greed, and all is lost, the twenty-fifth Kulika king will emerge from Shambhala with a huge army to vanquish "Dark Forces" and usher in a worldwide Golden Age. Using calculations from the Kalachakra Tantra, scholars such as Alex Berzin (see his website) put this date at 2424 AD. The Hindu Kalki Purana suggests this 25th Kulika King will be Kalki, an avatar of Lord Vishnu.

As with many concepts in the Kalachakra Tantra, the idea of Shambhala is said to have an "outer," "inner,' and "alternative" meaning. The outer meaning understands Shambhala to exist as a physical place, although only individuals with the appropriate karma can reach it and experience it as such. As His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama noted during the 1985 Kalachakra initiation in Bodhgaya, Shambhala is not an ordinary country: "Although those with special affiliation may actually be able to go there through their karmic connection, nevertheless it is not a physical place that we can actually find. We can only say that it is a pure land, a pure land in the human realm. And unless one has the merit and the actual karmic association, one cannot actually arrive there."

There are various ideas about where this society is located, but it is often placed in central Asia, north or west of Tibet. The inner and alternative meanings refer to more subtle understandings of what Shambhala represents in terms of one's own body and mind (inner), and the meditation practice (alternative). These two types of symbolic explanations are generally passed on orally from teacher to student.


Mount Kailash (officially: Kangrinboqê; Tibetan: Gang Rinpoche, གངས་རིན་པོ་ཆེ།; Wylie: Gangs Rin-po-che; ZWPY: Kangrinboqê; Simplified Chinese: 冈仁波齐峰; Traditional Chinese: 岡仁波齊峰; Pinyin: Gāngrénbōqí Fēng; Hindi कैलाश पर्वत, Kailāśā Parvata) is a peak in the Gangdisê mountains which is part of the Himalayas in Tibet, the source of some of the longest rivers in Asia—the Indus River, the Sutlej River, a tributary of the Indus River, and the Brahmaputra River—and is considered as a sacred place in four religions—Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Bön faith. In Hindu mythology, it is considered to be the abode of Lord Shiva

According to Hinduism, Shiva, the destroyer of evil and sorrow, resides at the summit of a legendary mountain named Kailāśā. This Kailāśā is regarded in many sects of Hinduism as paradise, the ultimate destination of souls and the spiritual center of the world.

Some traditions also aver that the mountain is Shiva's linga and Lake Manasarowar below is the yoni of His consort. According to one description[citation needed] found in the Puranas, Mount Kailash is the center of the world, its four faces are made of crystal, ruby, gold, and lapis lazuli. It is the pillar of the world; is 84,000 leagues high; is the center of the world mandala; and is located at the heart of six mountain ranges symbolizing a lotus. The four rivers flowing from Kailash then flow to the four quarters of the world and divide the world into four regions.

The largest and most important rock-cut temple, Kailash Temple at Ellora,Maharashtra is named after Mount Kailash. Many of its sculptures and reliefs depict episodes relating to Shiva and Parvati, including the demon Ravana's attempt to shake Mount Kailash.
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Nicholas Roerich was a poet, artist and eminent man of learning who had emigrated from Russia and settled in Paris. He was regarded as one of the most distinguished of the Theosophical elite of the period. Apart from searching for the home of the Mahatmas, the purpose of his scientific expedition across Tibet and Xinjiang to Altai (1923-26) was never made entirely clear in his diary, but appears to have been related to the return of a certain sacred stone to its rightful home in the King's Tower in the center of Shambhala.


The stone was said to be part of a much larger meterorite possessed of occult properties called the Chintamani Stone, which was capable of giving telepathic inner guidance and effecting a transformation of consciousness to those in contact with it. The black stone of the Ka'aba at Mecca and that of the ancient shrine of Cybele, the Goddess-Mother of the Near East, are both believed by some occultists to be pieces of this magical meterorite, which is alleged to have come from a solar system in the constellation of Orion, probably Sirius [part of Canis Major]. The Orion constellation, we may note, is a recurring motif in the Shambhalic story. According to lamaist lore, a fragment of the Chintamani Stone from what is probably the star Sirius [there seem to be actually three of them] is sent wherever a spiritual mission vital to humanity is set up, and is returned when that mission is completed. Such a stone was said to be in the possession of the failed League of Nations, its return being entrusted to Roerich."

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