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Was the Lost Holy City of Agartha Really Discovered Inside the Hollow Earth as Researchers Claim?

The word Agartha is of Buddhist origin, it refers to the subterranean world or Empire in which all true Buddhists fervently believe. They also believe that this subterranean world has millions of inhabitants and many cities all under the supreme domination of the subterranean world capital Shambhala.

Where dwells the supreme ruler of this Empire, known in the Orient as the king of the world. It is believed that he gave his orders to the Dalai Lama of Tibet, who was his terrestrial representative. Messages being transmitted through certain secret tunnels which connect the subterranean world with Tibet. As it has been done for thousands of years.

Many similarly mysterious tunnels and stories lurk under the soil of Brazil as well. Brazil in the West and Tibet in the East seemed to be the two counter parts of the earth, where contact between the subterranean world in the surface world, may be most easily achieved.

Due to the existence of these vast tunnel systems, the famous Russian artist philosopher and Explorer Nicholas Roerich, who traveled extensively in the Far East, claimed that Lhasa capital of Tibet was connected by a tunnel with Shambala, the capital of the subterranean Empire of Agartha.

The entrance of these tunnels were guarded by lamas who were sworn to keep the actual whereabouts a secret from outsiders, by order of the Dalai Lama.

A similar tunnel was believed to connect the secret chambers at the base of the

Pyramid of Giza, by which the Pharaohs established contact with these subterranean gods as well. The various gigantic statues of early Egyptian gods and kings that the Buddhists found

throughout the Orient during their early explorations are believed by the Buddhists to represent the subterranean supermen who came to the surface to help the human race in ancient times.

They are generally represented as sexless. They were believed to be the messengers of Agartha. Buddhist traditions state that Agartha was first colonized many thousands of years ago when a holy man led a group of followers who disappeared under the earth, never to be seen again.