Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Hidden Cavern Leading to the "Unknown"

Researching about the Hollow Earth theory I came across some fascinating information. Among that I learned about the Tsangpo Gorge in Tibet which is one of the deepest canyons in the world (even deeper than the Grand Canyon of Arizona, US). This canyon originates in Mount Kailash and has a length of about 150 miles. By the way, tsangpo means the 'great purifier' and this might be related to the spiritual journey lamas do by travelling through the river in order to improve their faith. Tsangpo can also be known as the 'mighty one'.











The interesting thing which relate the canyon to the Hollow Earth theory is that the locals say there´s a waterfall with a hidden cavern behind. Allegedly, this cavern goes hundreds and hundreds of miles deep into the inner surface of the Earth. It leads all the way through the Earth´s shell but as one adventurer reported, the passage is sealed by a great metal door several miles below. This may sound as if it have been taken out a fantasy movie but is a possibility since it´s not the first time that local myths or legends turn out to be truth. Also the myth of Shangri-la, as described by James Hilton's in his  novel "Lost Horizons (1933)", is believed to have been inspired by the Tsangpo Gorge. And more interesting yet is the fact that from time to time, the different lamas journey down this cavern and knock on the metal door, hoping someday an emissary will emerge to help establish world peace as foretold in their profecies. Awesome!

In other hand, in 2009 China began plans of constructing a dam which will damage the ecology and geography of that place. As I mentioned on the post < New albatross specie >, there are so many unexplored things in this World (or things hidden to general population), is a shame we´re destroying them before knowing all its secrets.
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If you want to do some research on your own. Look for the city of Agharta.

61 comments:

  1. nice post!

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  2. I BUILT that metal door.
    If you want I can send you a copy of the key - there's a great while-u-wait service around the corner from me. They play this tacky tape all day on a loop. Really cheesy music and then every once in a while this voice comes on and says "GET YOUR KEYS CUT TODAYYYYY!" It's really quite hilarious.
    They also sell mops and dodgy soft porn dvds and old westerns. Anyway, let me know you'll have to pay p&p and cost for the key to be cut in advance, sorry : /
    I'm really broke right now. : /

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  3. I had read about the Thule society saying there was a fifth race living in Tibet.

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  4. Nice story! I have read this with much interest.
    I'll be waiting for the next one (:

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  5. Yeah, humanity is, as always, destroying the earth before they even get to know it.
    The whole hollow earth stuff seems pretty plausible, though. I've read this and that about it, and, like you said, we need to trust local "myths" more.

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  6. So exciting to think about all the hidden mysteries yet to be explored right in our own backyard(in the grand scheme of things)

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  7. I bet the door will open if people start messing up the ecosystem near it. That could be either good or bad.

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  8. very interesting, id never go near that O_O

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  9. Thats pretty wild! :O! Just being supportive :)

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  10. Wish I could travel to these places, amazing how no one knows where the cavern ends, is there a documentary about it or something? maybe images? I would love to know more about this

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  11. very interesting. Would love to go to tibet one day and check thouse canyons and mountains out myself!

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  12. wow, that looks amazing! followed!

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  13. Would love to go explore these kind of places.

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  14. another dam? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

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  15. I am all for building the dam, I don't care if the earth's core is hollow or not

    I'm sure the Chinese will agree

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  16. someday im going to leave society and live there forever

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  17. Pretty crazy. I don't believe in the whole hollow Earth thing, but I do believe in complex cave systems that are just amazing. It could be possible that its not really a 'metal door' but more a metal rock in the way? That said, there is a certain depth where the air fills with noxious gas and the heat of the earth makes it unbearable to go on. It would be interesting to check out though.

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  18. I remember hearing some very convincing theories about the possibility of a hollow earth from a radio program I was listening to one night (A.M. Coast to Coast). Supposedly a Nazi U-boat during the second world war navigated to a spot near northern Greenland and then suddenly appeared in the southern ocean near Antarctica. I definitely think that it's something worth exploring.

    I'm sorry that I've been away for a bit, but I am catching up on your posts now. Hope all is well with you, my friend!

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  19. Really interesting...reminds me of Journey to the Center of the Earth...(the BOOK, not the movie)

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  20. This was very interesting!!

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  21. Awesome pictures man! Keep up the great blogging!

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  22. you don't actually believe this theory right?

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  23. Wow. I am really intrigued. I want to know if it's real!

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  24. fascinating. I had no idea that the hollow Earth theory still had its share of proponents in this day and age

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  25. wow.. i love learning about new things. Thx for sharing :)
    ~following~

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  26. I've never heard about that theory before. Sound interesting!

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  27. This is really interesting! I want to go to tibet one day!

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  28. wow that is really interesting

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  29. pretty cool!

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  30. not to mention the countless possibilities in the ocean.

    too bad humans are culturally attracted to the "heavens" instead of whats under them.

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  31. really good post!
    nice blog!

    followed!

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  32. great post. looking forward to reading your next one

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  33. I'd like to visit Tibet and some eastern countries, but for now it won't be possible cause I'm still not earning money by myself :/

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  34. Wow...informative. Thanks for sharing.

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  35. I really want to see that door now...

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  36. wow this is fascinating.

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  37. Very nice! thanks for the info, didn't know that!

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  38. FUCK YOU. Now it is my life goal to discover this place.

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  39. me too but since were poor we don't

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  40. Neat cave! Check out my new blog, puzzledyet.blogspot.com if you haven't already!

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  41. it looks absolutely amazing

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  42. I bet you could never get these proponents of the myth to go to the door and take a photo though ;)

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  43. You want that key or what?

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  44. yeah, I want it. I know you´re broke but pay for it and I´ll pay you back. LOL.

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  45. How can I get there? +1 follow!

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  46. Very interesting.

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  47. Damn dude!! I'm amazed by these kind of things, i want so bad to go there and knock that door, and see what's on the other side!! I'm amazed really, you should post something about Foula island and those little places with a few houses, and misteries :) good one! Following now.

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  48. So lame China like Brazil want to make a dam that would destroy so many priceless species and fauna.

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  49. We have to find an exoplanet!

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  50. I've heard of the hollow earth theory before thanks to Weird NJ, intriguing, but I doubt its true in any way

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