Have you heard of the term “Agartha”? It has Buddhist origins and refers to a subterranean kingdom with millions of residents and various cities, including the capital Shamballah, according to Buddhism.
They strongly believe that the Dalai Lama is the terrestrial representation of this realm, and that his messages are passed down through generations of Lamas.
According to the famous Russian painter Nicholas Roerich, the capital of Tibet is directly connected by a tunnel to the vast metropolis and capital of Agartha, Shamballah.
According to Roerich, the entrance to this subterranean kingdom is guarded by two Lamas who have sworn to keep foreigners out.
The areas leading to that realm are extremely tight and convoluted, making passage extremely tough.