Ri-iha-mo – Celestial Mountain Goddess: True Encounters with a Legend of the Himalayas

| November 10, 2015

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Ri-iha-mo - Celestial Mountain Goddess: True Encounters with a Legend of the Himalayas

Explore the Most Profound Mystery of the Ages

History begins after origins have disappeared — legends arise to preserve those origins.

For thousands of years legends of the land of Tagzig and the city of Olmolungring have fascinated and inspired millions with tales of a mystical realm, known in our modern age as Shambhala.

Scholars believe that Olmolungring is the historical precursor of a fabled land described in the oldest Sanskrit texts, a hidden kingdom of incredible beauty, a place of ultimate tranquility and happiness. The ancient pre-Buddhist B’on treaties regarding Olmolungring are thought to be the earliest extant references, but the same mythical realm is represented in diverse ancient traditions: Hindu texts related to the Kalki mythology, in the Puranas, and extensively discussed in the ancient texts of the Kalachakra Laghutantra, the earlier Kalachakra Mulatantra, and present in ancient wisdom traditions from the world over, all of which relate that their progenitors came from the stars.

The legends relate that, in the beginning of this world, Olmolungring was the place to which Celestial beings descended and created the sacred hidden realm. They brought with them the highest mystical knowledge of all the worlds, making Olmolungring not only a place of peace and bliss, but the sanctuary of all wisdom, the true center of the spiritual world.

Absent an ember, there can be no smoke; there is a kernel of truth in all such ancient and enduring legends, and they cannot be easily, or wisely, dismissed.

In a treatise composed by an early Tibetan Buddhist, the Third Panchen Lama, he revealed that he was gifted a visit to the hidden realm, and referred to it, in Tibetan, as Shambhala I lam-yig, and to the Celestial beings as Ri-iha-mo.

Sweeping in an immense arc across Asia is the Great Himalayan Range, an uninterrupted 1,500 mile long crescent of mountains with over 110 peaks rising to elevations of 25,000 feet or more. The Himalaya cradles the most isolated areas of Earth’s landmass; towering ice peaks conceal remote, lushly forested valleys. While on an extended trek in that vast wilderness, explorer M.G. Hawking chanced upon a small valley nestled deep in the rugged mountains. In that remote valley he encountered a village called Siddhalaya. Ancient and profoundly beautiful, Siddhalaya is set in a valley surrounded by vast snowfields that roll upward from evergreen forest to immense blue-white glaciers and encircled by Himalayan ice peaks so high as to appear nearly overhead. Hawking’s discovery marked the beginning of a series of truly extraordinary adventures and experiences.

In this riveting first-hand account, Hawking discloses two encounters he and his companions had with a true Ri-iha-mo, a ‘celestial mountain goddess.’ During their second encounter, the Ri-iha-mo, who referred to herself as Aani, consented to reveal profound knowledge, and with disarming candor. And so it became for them that the existence of a Ri-iha-mo is a reality, as is the legendary world of Olmolungringin in which they live.

An unprecedented and extraordinary account that is inspirational, thought provoking, and richly enlightening, this narrative will resonate in your heart and mind long after the last words have been read.

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2015 Release, 37,413 words, Kindle Edition page count 202. Bonus Section includes excerpts and information on The Living Part of a Myth, Five Years in the Valley of Masters book series and its Companion Volumes.

Library-cataloging-data: extraterrestrials, ancient mysteries, visualization, abundance, goddess, visionary, metaphysical, mystical, esoteric<

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  1. Sanjay says:

    Thank you for this post. I encourage and would love to read more posts like this coming up on a regular basis.

    Thanks
    Sanjay
    Bengali Pandit | Bengali Purohit in Bangalore