Kunlun Mountains

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View of Western Kunlun Shan from the Tibet-Xinjiang highway
Kunlun range

The Kunlun Mountains constitute one of the longest mountain chains in Asia, extending for more than 3,000 kilometres (1,900 mi). In the broadest sense, the chain forms the northern edge of the Tibetan Plateau south of the Tarim Basin. The name originated from the Mongolian word Хөндлөн Khöndlön, meaning "Horizontal", referring to its characteristics.

The exact definition of this range varies. From the Pamirs of Tajikistan, the Kunlun Mountains run east along the border between Xinjiang and Tibet autonomous regions to the Sino-Tibetan ranges in Qinghai province. They stretch along the southern edge of what is now called the Tarim Basin, the infamous Takla Makan desert, and the Gobi Desert. A number of important rivers flow from the range including the Karakash River ('Black Jade River') and the Yurungkash River ('White Jade River'), which flow through the Khotan Oasis into the Taklamakan Desert.

The Kunlun Pass

Altyn-Tagh or Altun Range is one of the chief northern ranges of the Kunlun. Its northeastern extension Qilian Shan is another main northern range of the Kunlun. In the south main extension is the Min Shan. Bayan Har Mountains, a southern branch of the Kunlun Mountains, forms the watershed between the catchment basins of China's two longest rivers, the Yangtze River and the Yellow River.

The highest mountain of the Kunlun Shan is the Kunlun Goddess (7,167 m) in the Keriya area in western Kunlun Shan. Some authorities claim that the Kunlun extends further northwest-wards as far as Kongur Tagh (7,649 m) and the famous Muztagh Ata (7,546 m). But these mountains are physically much more closely linked to the Pamir group (ancient Mount Imeon). The Arka Tagh (Arch Mountain) is in the center of the Kunlun Shan; its highest points are Ulugh Muztagh (6,973 m) and Bukadaban Feng (6,860 m). In the eastern Kunlun Shan the highest peaks are Yuzhu Peak (6,224 m) and Amne Machin [also Dradullungshong] (6,282 m); the latter is the eastern major peak in Kunlun Shan range and is thus considered as the eastern edge of Kunlun Shan range.


Kunlun is originally the name of a mythical mountain believed to be a Taoist paradise. The first to visit this paradise was, according to the legends, King Mu (976-922 BCE) of the Zhou Dynasty. He supposedly discovered there the Jade Palace of the Yellow Emperor, the mythical originator of Chinese culture, and met Hsi Wang Mu (Xi Wang Mu), the 'Spirit Mother of the West' usually called the 'Queen Mother of the West', who was the object of an ancient religious cult which reached its peak in the Han Dynasty, and also had her mythical abode in these mountains. [1]

Kunlun Mountains, Mount Kailash and Rainbow Body

Most of the references made confirming the existence of the Rainbow Body have been connected to the eastern philosophies and esoteric spiritual factions that source from ancient Tibetan Buddhist teachings that originated from the Melchizedeks that were originally living in the Lop Nur and Tibetan mountainous regions. There are many pyramidal shaped mountains of various sizes in this region, which may be actual remnants of humanity’s lost advanced civilization in which our ancestors understood how to harness the energy currents running throughout the ley lines and nodal points, for the benefit of humanity.

There are Tibetan, Chinese, white and brown skinned Melchizedek genetic lineages connected to the angelic human 12 Essene Tribes that were protecting the 8D and 9D planetary stargate system during several NAA raids. They were drawn to the primary planetary stargates in the Tibetan Plateau and the border with China, as this region was designed to function as the universal Antahkarana or rainbow bridge for the Universal Mind and the Universal Kundalini currents coming in to the planetary grid system from the Andromedan matrix. These groups hid in the Kunlun Mountain range and went further south, down into the underground cave systems near Mount Kailash, in which they founded the ancient origins of the Tibetan civilization. These maji grail tribes were known as the Zhun Zan and the Zoo Zen, which further tells of the secret history of Tibet, through the story of the beginnings of the ancient kingdom they founded in the area of Mount Kailash named Zhang Zhung. The spiritual kingdom was founded upon the intelligence of the sacred geometric principles of the Universe, connected to the 9D Rainbow Bridge as the Axis Mundi, and based upon the esoteric spiritual wisdom teachings of the Law of One taught by the Founder Melchizedeks in the earliest forms of Buddhism, connected to the mysteries of the Solar Anointed Christ-Buddha Initiation.

Thus, these original teachings are extremely ancient and suffered dilution over vast periods of time coupled with several rounds of civilizational collapse, what remained in oral traditions became the origin of several orders of Tibetan Buddhism, including Bon and Zoroastrianism. The Bon religion currently believes its teachings to be from the oldest known traceable source, some believe it originally came from Zoroastrianism or Kashmiri Buddhism. However, these and several other contemporary eastern religions source from the original Melchizedek rainbow ascended master teachings that were given to them through Founder Law of One knowledge connected to their original maji grail lines in their specific DNA records for that Essene Tribe.

From this sprouted the Kunlun and Kailash spiritual mythologies that are based upon sources of various legends, myths, and historical accounts of the modern Kunlun Mountains and the pyramidal shaped Mount Kailash (Mount Meru) of the Tibetan Plateau. In Hinduism, Mount Kailash is believed to be the holy abode of Lord Shiva, where the mountain is surrounded in mysterious sacred forces of divine nature and supernatural activity, as the repository of wisdom held for humanity’s global enlightenment, making it unclimbable by the common man. Kunlun and Kailash each have specific spiritual mythologies that are considered to be the archetypal forces of God’s divinity and wisdom, manifested on top of the mountainous peaks where the supreme Gods connect the Heavens with the Earth. It is considered to be the stairway to heaven, making it the sanctum sanctorum of eastern religions and the most important spiritual and cosmological center of the world. There are numerous sites close to Mount Kailash also referred to as Mount Meru, that are associated with Padmasambhava, as it is also considered to be his spiritual abode and source of ancient wisdom, whose tantric practices in holy sites around Tibet are credited with finally establishing Buddhism as the main religion of the country in the 7th or 8th century AD.

Padma impresses upon me the fact that his interactions with tantric Buddhist teachings of the diamond path are exceedingly ancient expressions of Cosmic Christos, and that his cosmic consciousness records extend into the solar logos embodiments within both Celtic Arthurian and Merlin mythologies and the Tibetan-Mongolian mythologies of Gesar of Ling. Further, through these ancient religious texts written in Sanskrit and through oral traditions, it is said that each face of Mount Kailash is made from a precious gemstone; north is gold, south is lapis lazuli, the west is ruby and the east is diamond crystal. Mount Kailash is the Holy Mountain architecture that anchors the Universal Diamond Pillar Gateway, through which our current Guardian projects have extended into the realization of the Blue Rainbow Arc bridge for the return of the authentic Ascended Masters.

Thus, both Mount Kailash and the Kunlun Mountains are extremely sacred to several eastern religions. Hindus, Tibetan Buddhists, Jains and Bon legends represent the Mount Kailash location as the axis mundi of the world, as the immense spiritual power and sacred place of the Gods, the Holy Family, that which gives animating life breath to humanity and helps to guide the civilizations of the material world. Mount Kailash is energetically connected to many significant monuments and sacred sites located around the world, such as the Pyramids of Egypt, Pyramids of Mexico, Easter Island and especially Stonehenge.

Thus, these sacred mountains and pyramids are connected to many religious descriptions depicting stories of beautiful palaces and gardens inhabited by various immortal spiritual beings, ascended masters and shamans, Gods and Goddesses, fairies, magical plants and healing potions which exist in a parallel dimension that is a spiritual paradise or Edenic reality. Shambhala, Agartha, and Gobi Desert are the retreat homes of the Ascended Masters, where initiates enter the ascension chamber and dimensional doorway in Mount Kailash to receive training, insight and spiritual knowledge. Herein lies the origin of the ancient special practices of esoteric Tibetan Buddhism, taught to the highest spiritual initiates of the monastic orders, to attain complete spiritual liberation through the conscious building of the Rainbow Body or Diamond Sun rainbow ascension vehicle. The process of attaining self-sovereign consciousness liberation, which ultimately results in the demanifestation of the physical body and full Transmigration into cosmic consciousness.

The body of esoteric Buddhist teachings focus upon self-mastery processes in order to clear, discipline and elevate the mind into neutrality of the zero-point, pure conscious observer presence, or as eastern philosophy refers to it, the mode of perception that is emptiness. Tibetan Buddhism teaches the Law of One universal principles that all tangible matter is made up of the five elements; fire, aether (space), air, earth and water, which are built in their geometric forms as the platonic solids which form into the blueprints of morphogenetic fields.

At the exact time of complete physical merge with the five elements as aurora rainbow consciousness units, to an observer, the physical body of that individual either radically shrinks or completely disappears or demanifests. The individuals body actually still exists, but has transfigured into the consciousness ray identity which has utilized the pattern of the five elements for the energy matrix of the elemental physical body, and their respective rainbow color frequency. See Tibetan Rainbow Body.[2]


See Also

Gesar of Ling