Mt. Shasta and Mt. Arunachala
Daersha: Hallo you all.
Going back on some info on the mountain. for everybody who would read
something about it.:
Mt. Shasta and Mt. Arunachala*
by Wendell E. Wilkinson
Mt. Shasta is located at the northern extremity of the Sierra Nevada
Mountain range located in Siskiyou County in Northern California. Mt. Shasta
is the cone of an extinct volcano rising to a height of over 14,380 feet
above sea level. It is the largest volcanic peak in the continental United
Mt. Shasta is a special place. The mountain is a mystic power source. It is
the focus for angels, spirits, spaceships, and the Lemurians. Strange
lights, clouds, shadows and sunsets add to the mystical aura of the
A long tunnel stretches away, far into the interior of majestic Mt. Shasta.
The Lemurians lie at the tunnel's far end. Using their mastery over sound
and vibrations they hollowed out an underground city. Lemuria was once a
great continent connected to parts of California, Oregon, and Washington.
Lemuria disappeared into the Pacific Ocean many thousands of years ago in a
vast cataclysm. Some Lemurian people migrated to Mt. Shasta when their
continent began to sink.
The Saint Germain Foundation is an organization with a worldwide membership
of over five thousand people that began when the group's founder, Guy W.
Ballard, claimed to have had an encounter with the "Ascended Master" Saint
Germain on the slopes of Mt. Shasta in 1930. Ballard stopped one day at a
mountain spring for a drink and felt a strange current pass through his
body. Then he encountered Saint Germain. Germain gave Ballard some small
cakes which gave him a new sense of health and clearness of mind.
In 1985 Tai Situpa Rinpoche, one of Tibet's most revered lamas, flew over
Mt. Shasta while on his way to San Francisco from Europe. He said that he
was amazed about the majestic appearance of the mountain. "It looked
perfect! It stayed in my mind and I felt that one day I must go and do a
traditional Tibetan ceremony there to offer prayers for the environment."
Rinpoche later on did perform such a ceremony in October 1989. At that time
he said, "We should thank the spirits of this place, they have given us a
perfect day; they recognize our intentions."
American Indians believed that Mt. Shasta was of such immense grandeur that
its existence could only be attributed to the Great Spirit. They also
believed that an invisible race of little people lived on its slopes as
guardians. If you tried to climb the mountain and were found to be an
unworthy person, they would throw you off to your death! They also have
legends of Bigfoot and other mysterious beings and forces connected with Mt.
Today Mt. Shasta is surrounded by groups like the Saint Germain Foundation,
Planetary Citizens, Brotherhood of the White Temple, Radiant School of
Seekers and Servers, League of Voluntary Effort (LOVE), and a Zen monastery,
among others, which have felt a calling to locate near it. The Harmonic
Convergence gathering of over five thousand people was held there August 16,
1987. The occasion was intended to herald a new phase of world cooperation
and harmony. Mt. Shasta was chosen because it was considered among the most
sacred mountains on earth.
Another sacred mountain is to be found in Tiruvannamalai, South India. This
is Mt. Arunachala, which is considered by many in India to be a form of the
Hindu God Shiva. The Hindu sage Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi said that Mt.
Arunachala was a remnant of the lost continent of Atlantis. That and the
fact the mountain was formed by a volcanic eruption make its story similar
to that of Mt. Shasta. Actually, you will soon see that there are other
similarities as well!
According to the occultist Kenneth Grant, Mt. Arunachala constitutes the
most powerful concentration of spiritual energy on this planet. And from the
ancient Hindu scripture known as The Skanda Purana we have these verses:
"Arunachala is the most sacred holy place of all. It is the heart of the
world. Know it to be the secret and sacred heart-center of the God Shiva.
Meditate then that in the Heart of Arunachala surges the spirit glory within
which is contained all the worlds. I ordain that residence within a circle
of thirty miles of this mountain shall alone suffice to burn off all defects
and blend a person with the Supreme Spirit."
Brilliant lights are seen to sail about Arunachala that seem to be under
intelligent control. There is supposed to be a city inside of the mountain.
It is inhabited by yogic adepts. Upon death if you are not quite high enough
to merge with the Supreme Spirit then you might at least go to live inside
Arunachala. The adepts from inside Arunachala can change their shape to any
human or animal form and travel incognito in the outside world. This is
similar to the stories about the Lemurians from Mt. Shasta. The Hindu sage
Ramana Maharshi said that Arunachala was the top of the spiritual axis of
the earth and that there must be another mountain corresponding to it at the
opposite side of the globe. I am suggesting in this article that that other
mountain is Mt. Shasta. But whether that is true or not, there is no doubt
in my mind that Mt. Shasta and Mt. Arunachala are two of the major spiritual
power spots of planet Earth.
It is quite a lot. I haven't been there and will take a while
for I will stand on that mountain. but if in a year or so I have enough
money to go there than i will take a picture.
with love and light
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