Lobsang Rampa : SHAMBALLAH’s Gardeners of Earth – LIVING WITH THE LAMAS OF TIBET

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LIVING WITH THE LAMAS OF TIBET

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The Gardeners communicate through suitably

chosen natives such as

Moses, Buddha and Jesus,

who were instructed to institute new religions.

But always the priests perverted

the true teachings for their own power and gain

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Lobsang Rampa wrote in the early 80’s about he and a few other lamas taking a journey into a secret chamber in the chang tang (?) mountains and seeing human bodies being held in stasis and used as vehicles by et’s.

If memory serves me tanaath said that “agartha” was cleaned out because their civilization was responsible for helping to maintain the false reincarnation cycle.

– tg

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The Hermit

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Five years before Sitchin wrote his cult classic The Twelfth Planet, expounding the belief that extraterrestrials had seeded and genetically engineered the human race, Rampa explained the whole process in The Hermit. The story began with a blind old Tibetan hermit imparting his knowledge to “the chosen one”. In his youth he had been abducted by an advanced race who revealed themselves as “the Gardeners of the Earth”.

They took him to another galaxy and performed medical experiments upon his unwilling body, including brain surgery to increase his intelligence. Bluntly they informed him that the Earthlings were a very evil race who threatened to destroy not only themselves but other intelligent life on nearby worlds.

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The Gardeners informed him:

“We travel in universes putting people and animals on many different worlds. You Earthlings have your legends about us; you refer to us as gods of the sky. Now we are to give you information as to the origin of life on Earth… for it is time that people knew the truth of their gods before we initiate the second phase.”

Thie world is the headquarters of a vast empire, where every planet was self-governing but owed allegiance to the Master of the World.

The Gardeners took the monk to an orbiting observatory where nine wise men were in charge of observing the Akashic records of Earth and other worlds. They showed him the history of the world, beginning with a huge comet colliding with a dead world at the centre of the galaxy, sending out gobbets of incandescent gas which eventually became the planets. Two expeditions explored the new worlds while a third dropped biological specimens onto the land and into the seas. Millennia later, a fourth expedition delivered huge dinosaurs to planet Earth. However, after many years the Earth was wobbling on its axis, so a vessel was dispatched to break up the super-continent with a laser beam.

Another expedition brought purple humanoids to the Earth which had eight breasts and long, ape-like arms. They lived in caves and could not use fire, so the Gardeners were forced to exterminate them to make room for more advanced humans. After thousands of years and climate change, these humans developed a mighty civilization. But the Gardeners fraternized too freely with the Earthlings, especially the women. A group stole their technology, attacked them and let off a nuclear device which wreaked havoc upon the Earth, sinking whole cities and continents beneath the oceans.

For centuries the Gardeners stayed away from the irradiated planet but eventually returned with more human and animal specimens, distributing them on different continents. Mankind eventually evolved and built towns and cities, while the supervising Gardeners were worshipped as gods by the Earth inhabitants.

From another galaxy, a warlike race with horny growths on their forehead attacked the empire and laid waste to our solar system. Cataclysmic battles took place in the heavens: atmospheres were blasted away and worlds destroyed. A planet, dislodged from its orbit, struck the Earth, causing a catastrophic loss of life. Only a few humans and animals, aided by the Gardeners, were conveyed to safety in a great ark.

On the Earth, a great ice age developed. The Gardeners now decided to live apart from humans and dwell on mountains. Some inexperienced Gardeners, the “gods of Olympus”, engaged in licentious behavior and were transferred to other worlds. So the Gardeners then decided to communicate only through suitably chosen natives such as Moses, Buddha and Jesus, who were instructed to institute new religions. But always the priests perverted the true teachings for their own power and gain.

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NICHOLAS ROERICH

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The hermit was returned to a comfortable cave in Tibet where he was told a “chosen one” would come many years later to hear his wisdom. The Gardeners decided that even though the auras of the human race were faulty, mankind would be given another chance. However, if humans did not heed such warnings and stop polluting their planet with radioactivity, the Gardeners would be forced to intervene at any time in the future.

Lobsang Rampa wrote extensively of inhabited, underground caverns, tunnels and cities in Twilight, As it Was and “The Subsurface World” chapter of My Visit to Venus. In Twilight, he introduced the topic of the subterranean realm of Agharta (or Agharti) with its capital city Shamballah (or Shambhala) and omnipotent ruler, “the King of the world”.

Tibetan lamas had told him that the thousands of people living underground in Agharta were ruled by “the King of the world”.

The inhabitants of Agharta are believed to possess advanced powers capable of destroying whole areas of the planet, although they choose to live in peace. Roerich, a respected traveler, mystic and Theosophist, also believed in these subterranean lands but was unable to provide any scientific evidence of their existence. In his 1929 book Heart of Asia, his main interest centered on the spiritual dynamics of Shamballah and its importance as a symbol in the coming “New Age” of enlightenment and peace.

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THE GARDENER

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In a booklet titled Agharta (1951), American Buddhist Robert Dickhoff wrote:

“Agharta began some 60,000 years ago when a tribe led by a holy man disappeared underground. The inhabitants were said to number many millions and had a science superior to any found on the surface of the Earth… The few remaining tunnels open to the surface world are in Tibet, Siberia, Africa, South and North America and on remote islands which were once the mountain peaks of Atlantis.”

Rampa was able to study the passages himself, climbing ever downwards through secret doors until he reached a lake which was the remnant of an ancient sea. Years later, he returned to the caverns to undergo the “Ceremony of the Little Death” amongst the mummified bodies of gigantic extraterrestrials who had once walked the Earth as gods.

In Twilight, Rampa introduced Rigden Jyepo, the King of the world who dwells in Shamballah.

“In Tibetan lore there is much mention of Shamballah where the King of all the world lives, the King who is hidden from millions on the surface of the world. Tibetans firmly believe in the King of the world living inside the world, not as some sort of demon but as an extremely good king, a good spiritual ruler who is alive in two planes at once, the physical, where he lives for ever and ever, and the astral plane, where similarly he lives for ever and ever… Tibetans believe that the King of the world gave his first instructions to the first Dalai Lama… who is the outer representative of the inner-world king.”

The current Dalai Lama has often been asked about Agharta and Shamballah in Tibetan mythology. In a non-committal way, he gave this enigmatic response: “Shamballah exists, yes, but not in any conventional sense.”

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DALAI LAMA

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