Mysteries of the Inner Earth 4

David Pratt May 2001 Part 4 of 4 Part 4: Mythology, Paradise, and the Inner World 1. The Imperishable Sacred Land 2. Shambhala 3. A northern paradise 4. Inner kingdoms References 1. The Imperishable Sacred Land Theosophy teaches that a series of seven root-races or humanities will develop during the present fourth round of the earth’s evolution. The first humanity is said to have appeared in the mid-Paleozoic, about 150 million years ago (according to the theosophical timescale), and we are currently in the fifth. Each lives on its own ‘continent’, a word referring not only to the main continental area where the evolutionRead More


Part 3 of the fantastic book from T. LOBSANG RAMPA – (some words are translated to norwegian and there may be some wordmistakes here because this is scanned from the book) In this extract Lobsangs guide first tell him about the roots of Christianity and the western peoples opinion on sex – and how the early Christian priests decided that sex was unclean. Again remember that this happened almost 100 years ago – but the wisdom here is timeless. We read from page 178 now: “Well Lobsang,” said my Guide when we had finished our meal, “tell me what it is that bothers youRead More


Mount Shasta, in the northernmost part of California, has been a center of mystery for many students of ‘metaphysics’. The mountain is an extinct volcano and is the source of several Indian legends in the area. The following account can be found on pages 257-258 of “A DWELLER ON TWO PLANETS” by Phylos (the Tibetan).  A similar account can be found in “AN EARTH DWELLERS RETURN”, by the same:    “Beside a roaring, dashing mountain torrent, falling in myriad cascades of foam white as the drifted snow, interspersed with pools of quiet water… deep, trout-filled, blue, reflecting flowery banks and towering pine-crested ridges, “ribs ofRead More

India’s Underground

India’s Underground Location:  Ajanta Caverns, Chandore Mountain, India Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes:  located in the middle of a crescent valley in the Deccan Plateau, consists of 30 rock-hewn Buddhist caves cut vertically in the volcanic basalt rock from 200 BC – 200 AD. The valley that contains Ajanta Caves, was not discovered until 1819, when a British hunter happened upon it.  Source:     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,Read More

Aryan Invasion Revised

The Aryan invasion theory has been a basis and justification of Western interpretation upon the civilization and history of India. Although many Indologists within India have been influenced by such thought, the theory has not met majority acceptance within India and is even coming under attack in the West. David Frawley, one Sanskrit scholar recognized both inside as well as outside of India has assessed the current situation of the Aryan invasion theory thusly: “ One of the main ideas used to interpret – and generally devalue – the ancient history of India is the theory of the Aryan invasion. According to this account,Read More

The Hollow Earth – Heaven or Hell?

Our common conception is that Heaven is out there somewhere in the sky or in space, while Hell is underneath us, deep underground or at the planet’s center. This would be accurate if the planet had a wholly solid interior, but it does not. Our planet is a hollow shell and at its center is a luminous sun or anomaly. It is engineered wisely and economically so that both the outer convex surface and the inner concave surface can be inhabited. This is possible when it is realized that the planet’s gravity is in the middle of it’s shell, and not its center. PolarRead More

2002: Beneath Egypt’s Desert Lie Ancient Seaports

Posted July 22.02 Berenike artifacts indicate wide-ranging, cosmopolitan mix of people South of Suez, the Egyptian shore of the Red Sea used to be sprinkled with ports that throbbed with life and commerce in antiquity, especially during the heyday of the Roman Empire. But long ago, the relentless desert buried their remains. Under the sand lie pivotal links in a maritime trade route that rivaled the better-known overland Silk Road. From here, ships ventured down the coast to Ethiopia, Somalia and beyond, bringing back ivory and tortoise shells, drugs and slaves. Other vessels headed for the southern shore of Arabia, mainly for frankincense andRead More

2005: China and India both know about underground UFO base

IndiaDaily   January 2005   Kongka La is the low ridge pass in the Himalayas (the blue oval in the map). [/center] It is in the disputed India-China border area in Ladakh. In the map the red zone is the disputed area still under Chinese control in the Aksai Chin area. The Chinese held northeastern part is known as Aksai Chin and Indian South West is known as Ladakh. This is the area where Indian and Chinese armies fought major war in 1962. The area is one of the least accessed area in the world and by agreement the two countries do not patrolRead More