Although rarely known, more than 160,000 documented incidents of people converting into a body of light Energy exist in Tibet and India.
Although current science dismisses the assertion, it is difficult to comprehend that it has been made throughout the past by countless personalities, faiths, and even scientific journals and study…
The rainbow body is a term used to describe a person’s physical appearance.
“Although this varies by place, it is known as “the most sacred body” or the “super heavenly body” in Islamic areas, for example.”
It is referred to as “the divine body” in yogic schools and Tantric teachings, and “the body of pleasure” in Kriya yoga.
Taoists call it “the diamond body,” and those who have achieved it are known as “the immortals” or “cloud walkers.” The ancient Egyptians referred to it as “the luminous entity,” which they pronounced “karast.”
It was referred to as “the perfect body” in Mithraic liturgy. The Hermetic Corpus called it “the eternal body,” while the Emerald Tablets called it “the golden body.”
Tibetan monks are claimed to have attained this status in the last century.
For example, Catholic priest Francis Tiso, a Gelugpa Monk of Kham, Tibet, documented the case of Khenpo Achö in 1998. He is reported to have transformed his body into a body of light, an occurrence observed by the entire monastery as well as Francis himself.
In 2002, David Steindl-Rast conducted a scientific investigation with the Institute of Noetic Sciences with the sole purpose of studying the phenomenon of the Rainbow Body, stating that “if we can establish it as an anthropological fact, then the resurrection of a figure such as Jesus has not only happened, but is happening today, and it would put our view of human potential in a completely different light.” End of quote.
Khenpo Achö’s body began to change immediately after his last breath, according to Father Tiso. His skin began to turn a gleaming white, and his appearance began to shift. Khenpo Achö’s body was eventually draped in the yellow robes worn by all Gelug Monks. Khenpo Achö’s physique began to slack off as the days passed. And after seven days, there was no light.
The incident was well-documented by local reporters, who provided detailed accounts of what occurred, and “The Rainbow Body event” was later published in the Institute of Noetic Sciences Review 59, March to May 2002.
Astonishing claims will clearly necessitate astonishing evidence, and with technological capabilities having significantly increased since Khenpos’ death, it may only be a matter of time before this remarkable incident is recorded and verified beyond doubt.