The peak of Mount Kailash resembles astonishingly a pyramid with four almost symmetrical sides. It's unnatural shape, beautiful snow covered peak and it's remote location in the beautiful Himalayan mountain range have enthralled people throughout the times to tell myths and legends about the mountain.
Already in the ancient Sanskrit epic of Ramayana it was suggested that Mount Kailash was actually a pyramid. Since those ancient times many travelers have observed Mount Kailash and said that it's just too perfect to be only a natural phenomenon.
In fact the four faces of Mount Kailash face the four directions of the compass. There are also some other mathematical abnormalities in the location of Mount Kailash. It's been measured to be located exactly 6666 kilometers from the monument of Stonehenge. The distance from Mount Kailash to the North Pole is also 6666 kilometers and 13,332 kilometers to the South Pole, exactly the double compared to the North Pole.
Taking these geographical facts in consideration it's quite eery to think that already the ancient Indian Veda scriptures mentioned Mount Kailash as a cosmic axis and world pillar, the center of the world.
In the modern times maybe the most well-known claims of the pyramid theory have been made by the Russian Professor Ernst Muldashev, who is actually a world famous ophthalmologist and not an expert in geology or anthropology. Nevertheless Professor Muldashev led an expedition to Mount Kailash in the year 1999. His conclusion about Mount Kailash was that it's actually a man-made pyramid from ancient times and that it's also surrounded by hundred other smaller pyramids.
Muldashev said that Mount Kailash and this complex of pyramids around it, is the so-called “City of the Gods”, which was built by the representatives of an ancient advanced civilization. According to Muldashev this civilization knew the laws of subtle energy, also known as torsion field, and they knew how to manipulate these forces and thus were able to create this huge complex of pyramids in the remote location.
In case these claims were true, Mount Kailash would be the tallest pyramid in the world. However three years after Professor Muldashev's expedition, Chinese scientists denied the claim of Mount Kailash Pyramid Theory in an official Chinese Press.
Hello, we are considering to travel in Tibet in summer. We are a family of 5, two adults and three kids, age 13(then), 10, 8. We are interested in the 10 days Mt. EBC & Namtso Lake Group tour. We are US citizens with valid 10-year Chinese multiple entry visa, which we have applied when we went to Beijing in 2019. We are currently living in South Korea.
1. Are kids suitable (or even allowed) for this tour?
2. If kids can join, are there any discount deals for kids?
Dear Ms. Ho***,
Greetings from Helen at Budget Tibet Tour and welcome you to join our 10 days Mt. Everest & Namtso Lake group tour. For your questions: 1. Your kids are suitable for this tour. Travelling in Tibet is as safe for kids as it is for their parents. While the high Tibetan plateau may be the highest place on the planet, very often, the kids that visit this region are more adaptable and have fewer problems than their parents. We also have arranged wonderful Tibet tours for many families with kids such as a tour to EBC for a family with a 3-year-old son, a 9-year-old girl and a 11-year-old boy, they did have fun in Tibet and there is no problem for them. Or you can take some medicine under the guidance of doctor to prevent high altitude before enter Tibet. 2. If kids travel with you, we'll offer some discount for them, please check your email and find more detailed information. Thanks & Regards
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