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Gyanganj - The Land Of The Immortals



At a first glance, the image looks so otherworldly and ancient that it seems to be the result of cinematic green screens and the like. But no, this is Gyanganj, an actual, physical place in the isolated valleys of the Himalayas. It is also known as Siddhashram, Shambhala and Shangri-La. It is said to be located somewhere in the Tibetan region, near the Kailash Parbat.


It is believed that Gyanganj is an antediluvian Indian and Tibetan influenced city-kingdom of undying beings. They are said to be hidden deep in the bowels of the Himalayas, and influence the existence of mankind in many surreptitious ways, whenever needed. It is said that the consciousness of the inhabitants of the city lives on, even after the death of the physical body, thus giving rise to “immortality”.


Only great sages, sadhus and yogis, who are devoid of bad karma, are able to breach the psychic barriers and dimensions shrouding this spiritual place. Some also believe that Gyanganj lies in a different plane of reality and hence cannot be detected by satellites.


Gyanganj is referenced not only in Hindu mythology but in Buddhism too. The legend originates from Tibet, where it is more commonly known as Shambala, meaning “the source of happiness”.


The Buddhists believe that Shambala protects the secret spiritual teachings of the world. Directions to this holy land are given in some Buddhist scriptures, but the directions are ambiguous. The Tibetans believe that when the world is plunged into immense chaos and darkness, the 25th leader of this spiritual land will appear to guide this planet to a brighter age.


So anytime after the disastrous start of 2020 seems like a good time for these leaders to appear.


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