ON THE ROAD TO SHAMBHALLA                   

To walk the Silk Roads ribbon out - 

To navigate an ancient caravan route - 

To cross these lonely fields of ice - 

Standing on wind swept mountain tops searching for 

the valley of paradise. 

                             Is this Kalachakra?             

        3000 ton cut granite stones stacked 140 meters high?

On the road to Shambhalla - Russian Tibet 5000 ton cut stacked granite stones. Some stones must weigh 6 million pounds. Walls 40M high. Super Sized megalithic structures made by those who came before us. Often I discover sites where ley lines cross. How old do I think the walls are? I think they might have kept the dinosaurs out. Intelligent design with advanced stone masonry methods beyond our own. Cone headed mummies all over the site. Does my work make you feel that conventional science keeps secrets from you? Why do you let your tax dollars pay for major educational institutions that lie to you? Time to demand the truth! 

               The Alti was once part of Ancient Tibet

                              Patrick Aesteii (Asti)

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         It seems I was not the only Westerner to hear about the white pyramid. 

There are many more than one just one white pyramid in Tibet. The pyramid that Drunvalo talks about is the one we are looking for. Why? So it can be shared with the world!  


We found other pyramids in China  - natural shapes with human enhanced construction.  

                    Team Psychic Six Ground Team 

                                Searching for ancient sites from the Taklamakan desert to the Roof of The World!                          

             Using Super Alignment Ley Lines to help locate the great white pyramid of Tibet 

                                    The Silk Road

    Silk Road matches Ley lines and Sacred Geometry

              Where Ley lines of Sacred Sites Cross 

Ancient Ground and Star Sighting Stones hidden in a lake that can be drained. Each round stone embedded in the lake is twenty five yards in diameter. Could they Show the way to the White Pyramid? (Photos Below)    

          Ground alignments of round large stones 

                 Best seen from above or in the air

                            Hiking in the Mountains near Lake Karakul looking for the lost city of Shambhalla
                                                                            If it's there we will find it!

 Tapestries we found of St. Issa (Jesus) on the silk road perhaps he traveled to the White Pyramid in Tibet on his way to India and China. 

                              When on the Silk Road St. Issa did a lot of things similar to Jesus or was it he? 
                                                                                    Market Spices!
                                                               A road once used by Alexander the Great
                                                                       Prayer Flags in Russian Tibet
                                                                      Mongolian boy herding cattle

Team Psychic Six located a most important Ancient site in China using remote viewing, dowsing and ley lines that run from the Giza pyramid to the Xian Pyramids.  The Chinese are very sensitive about this site.   

          150,000 year old radioactive iron pipes  

            Exactly on the Giza / Xian Pyramid Line

 Mysterious pyramids in China’s Qinghai Province near Mount Baigong are three caves filled with pipes leading to a nearby salt-water lake. The iron pipes have been scientifically dated to 150,000 years ago – the question is, are they man-made? If not, what is the remarkable natural phenomenon that produced them?   http://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-technology/150000-year-old-pipes-baffle-scientists-china-out-place-time-001783

See the iron pipe above inset in the cave photo!

y Tara MacIsaac, Epoch Times 

"Oopart (out of place artifact) is a term applied to dozens of prehistoric objects found in various places around the world that seem to show a level of technological advancement incongruous with the times in which they were made. Ooparts often frustrate conventional scientists, delight adventurous investigators open to alternative theories, and spark debate. In a mysterious pyramid in China’s Qinghai Province near Mount Baigong are three caves filled with pipes leading to a nearby salt-water lake. There are also pipes under the lake bed and on the shore. The iron pipes range in size, with some smaller than a toothpick. The strangest part is that they may be about 150,000 years old. Dating done by the Beijing Institute of Geology determined these iron pipes were smelted about 150,000 years ago, if they were indeed made by humans, according to Brian Dunning of Skeptoid.com.  And if they were made by humans, history as it is commonly viewed would have to be re-evaluated. The dating was done using thermoluminescence, a technique that determines how long ago crystalline mineral was exposed to sunlight or heated. Humans are only thought to have inhabited the region for the past 30,000 years. Even within the known history of the area, the only humans to inhabit the region were nomads whose lifestyle would not leave any such structures behind. The state-run news agency Xinhua in China reported on the pyramid, the pipes, and the research began by a team scientists sent to investigate in 2002.  Though some have since tried to explain the pipes as a natural phenomenon, Yang Ji, a research fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, told Xinhua the pyramid may have been built by intelligent beings. He did not dismiss the theory that ancient extraterrestrials may be responsible, saying this theory is “understandable and worth looking into … but scientific means must be employed to prove whether or not it is true.” Another theory is that it was built by prehistoric humans with techniques lost to humans of a later period.  The pipes lead into a salty lake, though a twin lake nearby contains freshwater. The surrounding landscape is strewn with what Xinhua described as “strangely shaped stones.” Rocks protrude from the ground like broken pillars. The head of the publicity department at the local Delingha government told Xinhua the pipes were analyzed at a local smeltery and 8 percent of the material could not be identified. The rest was made up of ferric oxide, silicon dioxide, and calcium oxide. The silicon dioxide and calcium oxide are products of long interaction between the iron and surrounding sandstone, showing the ancient age of the pipes. Liu Shaolin, the engineer who did the analysis, told Xinhua: “This result has made the site even more mysterious.” “Nature is harsh here,” he said. “There are no residents let alone modern industry in the area, only a few migrant herdsmen to the north of the mountain.” To further add to the mystery, Zheng Jiandong, a geology research fellow from the China Earthquake Administration told state-run newspaper People’s Daily in 2007 that some of the pipes were found to be highly radioactive.   

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iandong said iron-rich magma may have risen from deep in the Earth, bringing the iron into fissures where it would solidify into tubes. Though he admitted, “There is indeed something mysterious about these pipes.” He cited the radioactivity as an example of the strange qualities of the pipes. Others have said iron sediments may have washed into the fissures, carried with water during floods. Though Xinhua and other publications in China have referred to a pyramid or even a mysterious pyramid in which the pipes were found, some have said it was a pyramid-shaped natural formation.  Another theory is that the pipes are fossilized tree roots. Xinmin Weekly reported in 2003 that scientists found plant matter in an analysis of the pipes, and they also found what looked like tree rings. The article related the finding to a geological theory that in certain temperatures and under certain chemical conditions, tree roots can undergo diagenesis (transformation of soil into rock) and other processes that can produce iron formations. Reports on the tree-root explanation for the so-called Baigong pipes often lead back to this Xinmin Weekly article or lack citation. It’s unclear exactly how well-supported this theory is in relation to the Baigong pipes. An article published in the Journal of Sedimentary 
Research in 1993 describes fossilized tree roots in South Louisiana in the United States." - 

We strongly believe ancient man made structures are located in the bottom of this lake and mummies are in the cave shown in the photo above.