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India’s Underground Bases

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India’s Underground Bases


Location: Benares India
Functions: Unknown
Levels:  7
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:  Sheshna’s well, a stone stairwell leading down to a sealed “door” engraven with serpents. The site of many ‘channeled’ Yoga texts and the traditional portal to Patala and Snakeworld aka Nagaloka, a 7-leveled reptilian cavern world with its capital Bhoga-Vita.
While the entrance to Bhogavati is somewhere in the Himalayas, it has been asserted that Patala can be entered through the Well of Sheshna in Benares, India. According to herpetologist and author Sherman A. Minton, as stated in his book Venomous Reptiles, this entrance is very real, with forty steps which descend into a circular depression, to terminate at a closed stone door which is covered in bas-relief cobras.

Source:  VENOMOUS REPTILES, by Shirman A. Minton, Jr.


Location: Ellora India
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes: Massive UNDERGROUND CAVE TEMPLES and underground SHRINES
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Location: Kashmir India
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:  Traditional entrance to the underworld of Patalas, which is divided into 7 realms: Rasatala, Mahatala, Alala, Sutala, Vitala, Talatala, & Patala. Some legends say that it is the abode of reptilian humanoids, but human “appearing” beings have also traditionally been encountered within Patalas. King Bhunandana allegedly entered this domain of “forbidden pleasures” via a portal in the peak of Pradyumna [or Hill of Sarika]. The underground journey to Patalas took 5 days and nights. Upon arriving, the king and his knights encountered an underground plain with trees from which hung human corpses, and also large vats of liquid in which human flesh and blood was mixed. A “woman” appeared and offered the king a cup of the “vile” liquid, stating that unless he drank it he would not prosper. He took the cup and threw its substance in disgust at the feet of the so-called “goddess”, who in anger told him to take his men and leave that realm, and King Bhunandana obliged. 
Source:  SOMADEVA KATHA SARIT SAGARA [or OCEAN OF STREAMS OF STORY], Vol. 6 – “The Adventures of King Bhunandana” 


Location: Rama India
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:  Beneath this surface city lies Rama, a long lost subterranean city.
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Location: India
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
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