The following article is an excerpt of Deunov's Prophecy: Agartha, 2012 and the New Earth Era
Agartha (‘underworld’ in Hindi) is sometimes equated with Shambhala, but it is more a term for the entire civilization under the Earth, whereas Shambhala is a city. A civilization of highly evolved beings that exists below the surface of the Earth sounds like science fiction, but there is evidence that it exists. For example, there are many tunnels in various countries that go for hundreds of miles into the Earth. One in particular in Brazil near Sao Tome das Letras was explored for four days by the Brazilian army till they came to a central room with four branching tunnels. David Hatcher Childress, president of the World Explorer’s Club, went inside this tunnel and told me that it appeared to be man- made with smooth walls.
In 1934, Wallace, as Secretary of Agriculture, sent Roerich on an expedition to Central Asia, allegedly to collect drought-resistant grasses to prevent another Dust Bowl. However, Roerich’s real mission was to search for Agartha, which he had heard tales of and saw evidence of during previous expeditions. In 1928, Roerich wrote in his journal: “My bearded guide told how ‘...Only sometimes can you hear the holy people singing; now their bells ring out in the subterranean temples. But there shall come the glorious time of human purification, and in those days, the great Chud [Agarthans] shall again appear in full glory.’” (Roerich, 1990)
In August 1927, he recorded an unusual event in his journal. He was encamped with his expedition party in the Sharagol valley near the Humboldt mountain range along the border of Mongolia and Tibet. At the time, Roerich was on an expedition to Altai in southern Siberia to return the chintamani stone, and constructed a memorial (or stupa) dedicated to Shambhala, the capital city of Agartha.
He invited some high lamas to officiate in the consecration of the shrine, and, after the event, writes Roerich, the Buriat guides forecasted something auspicious impending. A day or two later, a large black bird was observed flying over the party. Beyond it was suddenly seen, moving high in the cloudless sky, a huge, golden, oval disk, whirling and shining brilliantly in the sun. Through three pairs of binoculars the travelers saw it fly rapidly from the north, from the direction of Altai, then veer sharply toward the southwest and vanish behind the Humboldt mountains.
One of the lamas told Roerich that what he had seen was the sign of Shambhala, signifying that his mission of returning the chintamani stone had been blessed by the Great Ones of Altai, the lords of Shambhala. (Roerich, 2001) This was undoubtedly a UFO sighting. From Roerich’s description, it was similar to the one sighted over Mexico City 70 years later shown in Figure 5. This UFO was videotaped and witnessed by thousands of people.
Victoria LePage, author of Shambhala: The Fascinating Truth Behind the Myth of Shangri-La, in her section The Sign of Shambhala: Unidentified Flying Objects, wrote:
Shambhala may well be the missing factor in the UFO equation. Indeed Geoffrey Ashe has expressed surprise that UFO researchers have not taken keener note of Roerich’s sighting and the significance of the lamas’ comments on it... I would suggest that in the UFO we are gaining a foretaste of the future, and one that apprises us that our physical sciences are not the only path possible nor the ultimate in achievement. Beyond them lies the vastly greater realm of synergistic life-energy fields that subtend the physical, and it is this higher Shambhalic ground that is going to offer us alternative technological paths of far greater potential than those we know today. (LePage, 1996)
LePage cites another Shambhala researcher, Andrew Tomas, in his analysis of Roerich’s 1927 painting “The Command of Rigden Sheypo [Lord of the World]” (Figure 6). Tomas wonders if the streamlined object in the center of the painting is a rocket or wingless aircraft aimed at the sky. (LePage, 1996) Could the cavern be the entrance to Agartha?
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