While Mount Kailasa is located in modern-day Tibet, it is very close to the Indian frontier, a position where few people are aware of one of, if not the most impressive ancient structures ever discovered or constructed on our planet.
A structure that, in terms of creative wonder, dwarfs the great pyramids and, yes, the great sphinx.
It is actually known as the Kailasa temple, and it is an exquisitely cut array of supposed prayer temples and other communal buildings that was built out of an immense horseshoe-shaped rock that rests within a hillside several thousands of years ago.
According to conventional wisdom, Kailasa temple was erected by primitive people using primitive techniques… From 200 B.C. to 600 B.C., over a 400-year period.
No one, however, seems to be able to understand how such a barbaric civilization might have created something so magnificent. Everything so beautiful and artistically precise… Anything we’d have a hard time recreating now, a building that was not only architecturally correct but also drenched in a sculpture masterpiece.
Generally regarded as a flawless work of art… 200,000 tons of stone were expertly cut away, resulting in several different temples, each dripping in intricate artistic detail.
Is it likely that the Hindu decorations found inside, which were rediscovered in 1819, were simply later additions?
Additions to a relic that was created by a culture much more complex and ancient than we are permitted to believe in public? It’s natural to wonder how a primitive civilization could produce such a marvel using primitive tools. Getting such a beautiful, refined finish on each and every tiny detail?
It’s conveniently unclear how they were able to cut through this single block of rock with such accuracy and vision, adorning it with thousands of animals.
Is Mount Kailasa still the centre of the world, as legend has it? Is this mind-bogglingly complex, by far the most intricately constructed ancient temple a tribute to this fact?
It is made up of temples that are now seen as being shared by three faiths: Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain. Is this a “re-in-habitation” rather than a construction, as shown by the various faiths?
Consider the 200,000 tons of rock… Isn’t to be seen anywhere. As previously discussed in the Kailasa video, the same can be seen with the ostensibly massive excavation discovered at the base of Mount Kailasa.
There is compelling evidence for landscape distortion, lending credence to the legends that it is, in reality, a massive pyramid.
Regardless, we find the fact that the temple shares a name with this mysterious, but mostly unclimbed peak in Tibet to be extremely convincing.