Mysterious Mount Kailash, is it a Giant Man-Made Pyramid by Some Superhuman Divine Being

By: | August 26th, 2019

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Mount Kailash is a place shrouded in mystery and legend. It is believed to represent the axis of the world or the stairway to heaven. According to ancient beliefs, it is the place where we can find the mysterious city of the gods. 

It is considered to be the holiest place on Earth by many eastern countries. Although Kailash Mountain is not one of the highest of Himalayan range, but scientists are amazed by its mysterious shape and radio-active energies by pyramids around it.

No human being has ever been able to climb it

It’s not that the climb was not at all attempted; in spite of numerous attempts, no climber has succeeded in conquering the peak of Mount Kailash. Climbers’ explained that this holy mountain strangely changes the target and also tends to block the tracks which mislead the climbers.

Here time travel with the faster speed

Mount Kailash pertains to the rapid aging of those who are near it. Those who visited Mount Kailash have claimed a rapid growth, especially of their nails and hair. Air near the mountain is said to contribute to the rapid aging process.

Chinese government respects the sentiments of Hindus and Buddhists and do not let anyone try and scale Mount Kailash now.

Astonishing Geographical Location

Four faces of the holy mountain face the four directions of the compass. Russian and American scientists believe that the Mount Kailash is the center of the world and is known as the Axis Mundi. Its location is in synchronization with several ancient monuments in the world and the Earth’s poles. North Pole is 6666 km from here and the South Pole is 13332 km away from the peak.

Giant man-made pyramid

According to Russian scientists Mount Kailash is too perfect and symmetrical; it’s extremely perpendicular sides give it the appearance of a pyramid. They suggested that perhaps the mountain is not a mountain at all; it is actually a giant man-made pyramid from ancient times.

Formation of Swastika and Om Parvat

Near Mount Kailash there is OM parvat, snow falls on the peak and takes the shape of OM. When the sun sets, the holy mountain cast a shadow, shadow forms the shape of religious symbol of Swastika, which is considered as an auspicious sign amongst the Hindus.

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Hollow from inside

Some researchers claim pyramid of Kailash is hollow from inside.

Twin Lakes

Two beautiful lakes, namely Mansarovar (the god lake) and Rakshas Tal (the devil lake), are located at the base of Mount Kailash. Mansarovar, which lies at an altitude of 14,950 ft, is considered the highest freshwater body in the world and Rakshas Tal is a salt water one.

Nidhi Goyal

Nidhi is a gold medalist Post Graduate in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences.

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