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You Believe Lord Shiva Resides on Mount Kailash. Now See the Scientific Evidence That Proves It!

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Today, science has proven that the beliefs regarding Lord Shiva's abode in Mount Kailash are more than just speculations- a probable reality.
  • Mount Kailash: Shiva's Abode
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    Mount Kailash: Shiva's Abode
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • Mount Kailash: Shiva's Abode
    +12 See more slides
    Mount Kailash: Shiva's Abode
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • Lakes on Kailash Mountain
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    Lakes on Kailash Mountain
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • Mount Kailash
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    Mount Kailash
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • Pilgrims cirumambulate the hill of Mount Kailash
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    Pilgrims cirumambulate the hill of Mount Kailash
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • Mount Kailash
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    Mount Kailash
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • Aurora Borealis
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    Aurora Borealis
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • Mount Kailash by Google Map
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    Mount Kailash by Google Map
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • Mount Kailash
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    Mount Kailash
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • Mount Kailash
    +12 See more slides
    Mount Kailash
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • +12 See more slides
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • +12 See more slides
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.
  • +12 See more slides
    Mount Kailash is considered the most mysterious mountain in the world as there are no official records of anybody who has been successful at climbing its peak. This mountain is situated in Tibet, at a height of 6718 meters and is recognized as a holy place by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus consider it an abode of Lord Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, where he sits in perpetual meditation.
    Today, science suggests that this belief may be more than just speculation- a probable reality. Let's check out how.
    1) The peak of Mount Kailash resembles a giant pyramid. This caught the interest of Russian researchers. According to them, it is the axis and nodal point of this world. The study puts forth the idea of this peak being a human-built pyramid, which is the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total.
    The scientists suggest that mount Kailash may be the missing link that is centrally connected to other monuments or sites where unexplained phenomena or paranormal activities are observed. Owing to this, even Google Maps call it "Axis Mundi" or the connection between Heaven and Earth.

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