Traces of an underground civilization
Traces of civilization underground (mines, tunnels, underground cities)
Voids in the crust, man-made tunnels, mines, cave dwellings and cave complexes that are found around the world directly or indirectly confirm the existence of an underground civilization. The mention of an underground civilization in the myths of different Nations and on different continents is not uncommon. And recent scientific discoveries confirm the possibility of life (and comfortable enough) underground. This continues a theme that started me on BNB.
In the mythology of different Nations meet, the stories about an underground civilization that is similar in description to the Kingdom of Agharti. In Hindu mythology, Agharti, an underground world inhabited by supernatural beings (Naga), opposing the heavenly gods known by the name Fueled. Unlike the underworld, the Fed, described as a beautiful place, a sort of underground Paradise of gold and precious stones, ruled by the wise and immortal king naked Vaska. It is believed that here was a sacred text of Mahayana Buddhism – Sutra “Prajnaparamita,” which brought to the surface of the earth an ancient sage Nagarjuna.
Underground civilization of Peru, catacombs Chavin de huantar
Blavatsky about the underground city of Asgard:
In Russian folklore there is a story about Kitezh-grad, hiding under the ground and gone under water, become invisible in the eyes of the Mongol troops of Batu Khan. This legend connects the small lake Svetloyar in the southern Urals, with a length of 210 meters and a width of 175 meters. According to legend the people had escaped the captivity of Baty, survived, and still live in the Holy city of Kitezh, which hid in the depths of the lake Svetloyar. Similarly, the story of Shambhala, only people with pure heart can see the unseen of Kitezh and to go to him forever. The ancient history of Svetloyar recorded in the sacred book of pagan Slavs known under the name of “Pigeon book”. Aralim hail, hail God’s Yara, has long been considered the secret of Kitezh.
Russian historians have long argued about the mysterious people – “Chud white-eyed” referred to in “Laurentian chronicle”. In “Siberian Chronicles” refers to the people of the Chud, living up to the XIV century on the Irtysh river. Northern legends the people were immersed, together with cities under water and began to live under water and underground, only occasionally coming to the surface of the earth.
In 1879 Helena Blavatsky, after a hard thirty-two day voyage from Liverpool landed in Bombay and stayed in India for five years. Among her published experiences of traveling the country, there is a remarkable story about the underground city of Asgard, the entrance is on E. Blavatsky described as “the most interesting event of our trip – probably due to his extraordinary mystery”.
Seven kilometres from Kanpur (Northern India), on rocky, right Bank of the Ganges are the legendary ruins of two ancient cities. In “Letters from the caves and wilds of the Indian subcontinent” E. Blavatsky writes about visiting these ruins: “In the dark and almost a dense forest, there are wonderful ruins (16 miles squared). The huge remains of several ancient cities built one on the ruins of another. From the past, there were only huge chunks of walls, battlements, temples, Yes the ruins of the once majestic palaces… the Ruins stretch for miles and miles. About those cities, history (British) is silent, rejecting the tradition of the Chronicles of India that Jajmau stands on the site of the sister and rival of his Ashanti – sun city. Ashirta, according to the ancient Chronicles in the Puranas, built by the sons of the sun, two centuries later, by the capture of king Rama island of Lanka, that is 5000 years BC according to the chronology of the Brahmins. And jajmau the past, several times devastated by invasions from the Himalayan mountains, is absolutely unknown to European historians. Only mentioned this once mysterious, now “not remembering relationship”, the city is the autobiography of Mughal Emperor Babur, who lived in the early sixteenth century.
Tsaparang cave complex in Guge, Western Tibet
At the edge of the forest flows the Ganges, and on its right Bank still lurking hitherto the remains of a giant marble steps, the width of which was intended, in the time thereof, to the giants. The entire sandy shore for many miles, the whole forest is covered with deeply settled in the ground fragments of columns, broken carved work of the pedestals, idols and bas-reliefs. Figure carving, architectural remnants, the ruins are the size of something big, a surprise even to those who have visited Palmyra and in the Egyptian Memphis. It is unclear why these ruins have never been described, especially since they are under the very walls of Kanpur”.
The most remarkable thing in the story is a detailed description of the visit through the secret underground passages, skilfully locking the secret stone doors in rock walls, underground city Ashanti. In the description of E. Blavatsky characteristics of stroke: 140 feet under the ground, there is a corridor length in miles in five or six, many of the side without door openings in underground square, the dwelling, carved into the rocky ground. In the center of the underground labyrinth is “a huge natural cave with a small lake in the center and cut from artificial rocks, benches around the pool. In the water, in the middle of the lake, stood a tall granite pillar with a pyramidal top and a thick, small, rusty chain wrapped around him.”
About the ancient city of Ashara and its sad the end of the Puranas tell the following legend. “When Agasti (great king-warrior Ashanti) was in the war in Lanka (Ceylon), his previously defeated the rival king of Himanuta, taking advantage of his absence with the troops, made a RAID on Asgarth. In the absence of men, the Kingdom was ruled by Maharani (great Queen), the former once kumericki (Virgin of the Sun) in the temple of Surya-Nuri (Sun-Nature). The Queen defended the city with courage of despair, but at last it was taken by storm. Then, collecting all the “Surya dev” from the temples, wives and daughters of his subjects, only 69 000 women, the Queen locked them in the vast dungeons of the temple of Surya-Nari and ordered to build sacred bonfires all along the dungeons, were burnt on them with other women and all the treasures of the city, giving a winners only empty buildings. Returning the ashes of his city the king Agasti with the army rushed to catch up with the enemy’s army. Upon reaching it, he broke it and captured with the king 11 000 prisoners.
Returning to the ruins of Ashanti he forced the prisoners to build on the ashes of the deceased to the city’s new, more wealthy city and then when he was finished, to build in the middle of the city, before the temple Nari fire, able to accommodate 11 000 people. It and Himalayan king, and his warriors, among the curses and shame on the part of the people Ashanti, were burned alive in revenge for the dead Queen and women Ashanti”.