India’s Mysterious Caves, Amarnath Cave

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Rajatkumar Dani
Rajatkumar Dani
Rajatkumar Dani is a world-renowned researcher of ancient history and extraterrestrial. He is a youngest researcher of time and had won the distinguished awards of India. He is widely known for his works on before Big bang theory, Connection of god and aliens, Time traveling, galaxy clusters, and other unknown historical mysteries.

The Himalayas, Northern India.

Every summer, hundreds of thousands of Hindu pilgrims brave an arduous journey. They cross many miles of deadly terrain to reach the Amarnath Cave, a place of worship for thousands of years.

12,756 feet above sea level in the Himalayas is the most revered holy pilgrimage site for all of the people
who follow the Hindu faith.

People die because of high altitude sickness or they just
simply fall off the cliff, and still people who go there because it is considered to be the most holiest shrine.

According to local lore, this massive cave is where the
god Shiva revealed the secrets of immortality and the
creation of the universe to his wife Parvati.

To honor Shiva, worshippers pay their respects to a sacred relic inside, an ice lingam, which they believe is a physical manifestation of his generative power.

To reveal the secret to transcending the flesh, the secret to true immortality, makes that site of extreme importance to the people in the Hindu faith.

To the Hindu faithful who risk life and limb to reach the Amarnath Cave, this story is a real account of an otherworldly being, who was at this exact location here on Earth.

But could the enlightenment found inside Amarnath cave be coming from an extraterrestrial source inside the Earth?

Some ancient astronaut theorists say yes and suggest evidence of this might be found in the fabled nirvana known
as Shambhala and the Sky Caves of Mustang in Nepal.

Some say Shambhala is a mythical city that’s located somewhere in the mountains in the Himalayas.

Its inhabitants are supposed to be fully enlightened beings who have access to a great amount of technology, which comes from the enlightenment itself.

Buddhism has always seen caves as more or less a conduit to altered states of consciousness, to other civilizations that
may exist inside the Earth.

The sky caves in Mustang are interesting because there are a hundreds or so man-made caves carved into the faces of cliffs, and they’re only accessible by these huge vertical shafts.

And inside these caves, we have huge statues of Buddhas, bodhisattavs.

And Buddhists are not alone in this belief. Hindus also revere caves as places where monks can go to find wisdom.

The sadhu are Indian holy men who basically leave a life of deprivation, a self-imposed exile in caves, so that they can enter these altered state of consciousness.

They definitely believe that caves are a conduit to communicating with non-human entities.

It’s almost as though they’re opening a doorway to a spiritual consciousness in which they’re able to communicate with these divine beings and hopefully become divine themselves.

Why are there so many accounts of humans having enlightening experiences inside caves?

Is there something about caves themselves that facilitate such extraordinary experiences?

Could it be that these people are coming into contact with an extraterrestrial presence?

Ancient astronaut theorists suggest that cosmic knowledge may be stored in the very walls of these caves themselves.

I don’t think that this is a coincidence that places of refuge, spiritual refuge, are inside caves.

This is where one can contemplate, one can hear one’s inner voice without the distractions of the day. One thing about caves is they’re underground.

They’re unseen.

Well, religion is about unseen things. Going into a cave is
going into holy ground.

If we are looking for extraterrestrials, ironically, the
heavens above might not be the best place to look.

We should perhaps even be looking deep below our feet.

In some ways, exploring the underground cavern world of planet Earth is– is the final frontier.

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