HE writes again in foreword:
"This book is not a novel. It is not science fiction. It is
the absolutely unvarnished truth of what happened to me, and
I again state that there is no author's license in the book.
I say this book is true, but you may want to believe it to be
science fiction or something like that. Well, fine, you are quite
at liberty to have a good laugh and call it science fiction, and
perhaps before you have actually finished reading the book some
event will occur which will prove my books true…"
This book is some similar to the book
THE CAVE OF THE ANCIENTS published -63, as also this book
deals with a visit to a far, old site - built millions of
years ago of the "gardeners of earth" - lying
inside a mountain apparent not far from Lhasa. The reader
with only academic insight - missing a part of real
intuition, will probably judge this whole story as only
imagination - but I claim that the INITIATED ones will
recognize this as reality!! The story seems to happen when
Lobsang was a young boy - it may have been in the frame of
ca 1910-1925?? - but I have found no precise date in the
It seems to have been once some
secret entrances to the site, but the "most
accessible" was blocked by a stone/rockslide when
they left. Preventing the Chinese, that they knew would
some later occupy Tibet - to get access to the high-tech
inside, that was left over from a far civilisation that
was "lightyears" ahead of the present level of
insight and technology of today.
But it seems to have been more than
that as he says about them in the book:
"These caves are isolated from
the world, they have what I can only call a screen
around them, and that screen places them in a different
dimension, the fourth dimension where things do not
here we enter when they have entered
"…Darkness, painful darkness which was
made to appear even darker by the two little guttering candles.
The Lama Mingyar Dondup said, "Put out your
candle, Lobsang, and I will put out mine, and then we will see the
"See the daylight!" I thought that his
experiences and the pain he must be suffering from (he had hurt
his leg bad) had given him hallucinations, however I blew out my
candle and for some time could smell the smoking wick which had
been saturated with rancid butter.
The Lama said, "Now just wait a few moments
and we shall have all the light we want." I stood there
feeling an absolute fool, standing in what was now perfect
darkness, not a glimmer of light from anywhere. I could have
called it a "sounding darkness" because
there seemed to be thump, thump, thump, squeeze, but that was
dismissed from my mind as I saw what appeared to be a sunrise.
Over at one side of what was apparently a room a glowing ball
appeared. It was red and looked like red hot metal. Quickly the
red faded into yellow and on to white, the white-blue of daylight.
Soon everything was revealed in stark reality. I
stood there with my mouth open marveling at what I saw. The room,
or whatever it was, occupied a greater space than did the Potala,
the Potala could have been put into that room. The light was
brilliant, and I was almost hypnotized by the decorations on the
walls and by the strange things which littered the floor
spacewithout getting in one's way when one walked.
"An amazing place, eh, Lobsang? This was
made more years ago than the mind of Man can comprehend. It used
to be the headquarters of a special Race who could do space travel
and just about everything else. Through millions of years it still
works, everything is intact. Certain of us were known as the
Guardians of the Inner Temple; this is the Inner Temple."
I walked over to examine the closest wall, and
it appeared to be covered with writing of some sort, writing which
I instinctively felt was not the writing of any race on Earth. The
Lama picked up my thoughts by telepathy and replied, "Yes,
this was built by the Race of Gardeners who
brought humans and animals to this world."
Some later about the evershining light in those
I looked about again and just could not see how
there could be sunlight when we were entombed in a rock room, and
I said as much. The Lama replied, "Yes, this is a marvel of
marvels, I have known it all my life, but no one knows how it
works. Cold light is a miraculous invention, and this was invented
or discovered a million or so years ago. They developed a method
of storing sunlight, and making it available even on the darkest
nights. There is none of it in the city nor in the
temple because we just do not know how to make it. This is the
only place I know where there is this type of lighting."
"A million or so, you said. That is almost
beyond my comprehension. I think it is a figure like a one or a
twoor a three, or something like that, followed by a number of
noughts, six I think it is, but that's only a guess, and in any
case it is so vast a number that I can't realize it.
It doesn't count for anything for me. Ten years, twenty years, yes
I can relate to that, but longer—no.
"How was this room made?" I asked as I
trailed my fingers idly over some inscription on the wall. I
jumpedback in fright as a certain click occurred and a part of the
wall slid back. "Lobsang! Lobsang! You have made a discovery.
None of us who have been here knew there was another room attached
to this." Cautiously we peered into the open doorway, and as
soon as our heads passed the doorpost the light came on and I
noted that as we left the first great room the light faded at our
We looked about almost afraid to move because we
did not know what perils there were or what traps we might fall
into, but eventually we plucked up courage and walked over to a
great "something" standing in the middle of the floor.
It was a tremendous structure.
it must have been much bigger out of his estimations - than the
ship that had landed in a woodplain in sweden in-46, as Gøsta
Carlson reported to have been in contact with and his
contact made him later to earn a lot of money from learnings from
the humanlike ETs on how to utilize pollen from flowers.
Once it had been shiny, but now it had a dull
grey glaze. It was about four or five men tall, and it looked
something like two dishes, one on top of the other. We walked
around and there at the far side we saw a grey metal ladder
extending down from a doorway in the machine
to the floor. I ran forward forgetting that as a young man in Holy
Orders I should show more decorum, but I ran forward and hastily
climbed the ladder without even bothering to see if it was safely
fixed. It was. Once again as my head blocked the doorway, lights
came on inside the machine. The Lama Mingyar Dondup,
not to be outdone, climbed up into the interior of the machine and
said, "Ah, Lobsang, this is one of the Chariots of the Gods.
You've seen them flitting about, haven't you?"
"Oh yes, sir," I replied. "I
thought there were Gods traversing our Land to see that everything
was all right, but, of course, I have never seen one as close as
inside they found some books - that the lama
claimed to understand:
"But at last he sat down on a low chair,
and he became enthralled in a book which he had taken from a
shelf. "How is it," I asked, "that you can
understand a language which you say is at least a million years
With an effort he put aside the book for a
moment while he thought over my question. Then he said, "Well,
it's quite a long tale, you know, Lobsang. It leads us back
throughout the bylanes of history, it leads us through paths which
even some of the Lamas cannot follow. But
briefly it is like this: This world was ready to be colonized and
so our Masters—I must call them Masters because they were the
head men of the Gardeners of the Earth and of other worlds—dictated
that a certain species should be grown on the Earth, and that
certain species was us.
"In a far distant planet, right out of this
Universe, preparations were made and a special ship was made which
could travel at an absolutely unbelievable speed, and we, as human
embryos, were packed in the ship.
Somehow the Gardeners, as they were called,
brought them to this world and then we do not know what happened
between the time of the arrival of the embryos and —the first
creatures that could be called human. "But during their
absence from their home world, much occurred. The old ruler, or
‘God’, was aged and there were certain people of evil intent
who wanted his power, and they managed to get rid of that God and
put another one—their own puppet—to rule in his place. His
ruling, of course, to be dictated by these renegades.
"The ship came back from the Earth and
found things very different, they found they were not welcome and
the new ruler wanted to kill them so they would be out of the way.
But instead the Gardeners who had just returned from the Earth
grabbed a few women of their own size and they took off again for
the Earth Universe. There are many, many different universes, you
"Arrived at the world where they had been
growing humans, they set up their own dominion, they built various
artifacts like pyramids with which they could keep radio watch
over anything coming in the direction of the Earth. They used the
humans that they had grown as slaves, they
did all the work and the Gardeners just sat back in luxury and
told the human slaves what to do.
"The men and women, perhaps we should call
them the supermen and the superwomen, got tired of their own
partners, and there were many liaisons which led to bickering and
all manner of trouble. But then from outer space and undetected by
the pyramid searchers a space ship appeared.
It was a vast ship, and it settled down so that people could come
out of it and start to build habitations. The people who were the
first on the Earth resented the appearance of these other spacemen
and women, and so, from a battle of words, there came
a battle of people. The trouble went on for some time, and the
most devilish inventions were made. At last the people in the big
space ship could not put up with the trouble any longer so they
sent out a number of space ships which apparently were stored
ready for such an occasion, and they dropped
terrible bombs wherever these other space people were living.
"The bombs were a very advanced form of
atom bomb, and within sight of where the bomb had exploded
everything became dead. There was a purple glare coming from the
land and the spacemen and women who had caused this got back in
their giant space ship and left the area.
"For a hundred years or more there was
hardly any form of life on the Earth in the bombed areas, but when
the radiation’s effects lessened these people crept out in fear
and trembling wondering what they would see.
They settled down to a form of farming using
wooden ploughs and things like that."
"But Master," I said, "you say
the world is more than fifty million years old; well, there are
such a lot of things I do not understand at all, for instance
these men—well, we don't know how old they are, we don't know
how many days, weeks, or centuries they have been
here, and how can food have been kept fresh all these years? Why
didn't the men crumble to dust?"
The Lama laughed. "We are an illiterate
people, Lobsang. There used to be very much more clever people on
this Earth, there have been several civilizations, you know. For
instance," he pointed to a book on the shelf, "this book
tells about medical and surgical practises of a type we in Tibet
have never even heard of, and we were one of the first people to
be put on this Earth."
"Then why are we up so high, why is our
life so hard?
Some of those picture books you brought back
from Katmandu show all sorts of things, but we have no knowledge
of things like that, we have nothing on wheels in Tibet."
"No, there is an old, old saying that when
Tibet permits wheels to be brought into the country then Tibet
will be conquered by a very unfriendly race. Their predictions
were just as if they could see into the future, and I am going to
tell you, young man, that they could see
into the future and they had instruments here which will show you
what happened in the past, what is happening now, and what will
happen in the future," my Guide said.
"But how can things last so long? If things
are left, well, they decay, they fall to pieces, they become
useless through disuse like the Prayer Wheel in that old lamasery,
that you showed me, a beautiful piece of work corroded and
immovable. How could these people stop things from decaying, how
could they provide the power to keep things working? Look at the
way the lights come on as soon as we enter a room; we have nothing
like that, we use stinking butter candles or rush lights, and yet
here we have light which is as good as daylight, and it is not
being generated anywhere because in that book you showed me there
were pictures of machines that worked in a magnetic field and
generated what you call electricity. We don't have that. Why is it
that we are so isolated?" I was puzzled.
The Lama was silent for a moment, and then he
said, "Yes, you will have to know all these things, you are
going to be the most educated Lama that there ever was in Tibet,
you are going to see the past, the present, and the future. In
this particular range of the mountains there are a number of these caves and at one
time they were all joined together by tunnels. It was possible to
move from one cave to another and have light and fresh air the
whole time, no matter where we were. But this land of Tibet was
once down by the sea, people lived on that
land with just a very few low hills, and the people of that
earlier Age had sources of power quite unknown to us. But there
came a terrific catastrophe because beyond our land scientists of
a country called Atlantis let off a tremendous explosive and that
ruined this world."
It seem that a lot of natural and "mad-people-made"
disasters have ruined this earth many times. Fx. the ETcontact Semjase
said that the main cause to the destruction of the big island
Atlantis was a controlled impact from enemies in the east of
an astroide onto the former land - that broke up like a eggshell,
and such sank/drowned into the sea. The tsunami of the impact was
more that 1000m she claimed - crushing everything on the flatlands
"Ruined this world?" I said. "But
our land is all right, how is it ruined, how is the world ruined?"
The Lama got up and went to a book. There were
such a lot of books here, and he went to a book and found certain
pictures. Then he said, "Look, this world once was covered
with cloud. There was never a sight of the sun, we knew nothing
about the stars. But then in those days people lived hundreds of
years, not like now dying as soon as they have learned anything.
People die off now because of the evil radiations from the sun,
and because our protecting cloud cover had gone; then dangerous
rays came and saturated the world, bringing all sorts of diseases,
all sorts of mental aberrations. The world was in turmoil, the
world writhed under the impact of that tremendous explosion.
Atlantis, which was a long way from here on the other side of the
world, Atlantis sank beneath the ocean, but we of Tibet—well,
our land went up twenty-five to thirty thousand feet above sea
level. People became less healthy and for a long time people fell
dead because there was not enough oxygen at this height for them,
and because we were nearer the skies and where we were the
radiations were stronger."
He stopped for a moment and rubbed his legs
which were paining him a great deal, and then he said, "There
is a far part of our land which stayed at sea level and the people
there became more and more different from us, they became almost
stupid in their mentality, they had no temples, they did not
worship the Gods, and even now they go about in skin boats
catching seals and fish and other forms of life. There are some
immense creatures with enormous horns on their heads, and these
people killed many of them and ate their flesh. When other races
came along they called these far-northern people Eskimos.
of Tibet had the best people, priests, and wise men, and doctors
of great renown, and the part which was sheared away from Tibet
and sank to sea level, or rather, stayed at sea level, had the
lesser mentalities, the ordinary workers,
the ordinary people, the hewers of wood and the drawers of water.
They have remained in almost the same state for
more than a million years. They gradually crept out and set about
making a living on the surface of the Earth. They set up small
farms and within a hundred or so years things appeared to be
normal and settled down.
later still the lama said:
"There are a lot of things you will have to
learn, Lobsang, you are a bit young yet but as we have arrived at
this place—well, I will explain a bit to you. The Gardeners of
the Earth wanted secret places so they could come to Earth unknown
to the earthlings, and so when this was just a low heap of stone
protruding above the ground they cut into the living stone by
means of what will later be known as atomic torches.
It melted out the rock and a lot of the grey
surface outside is steam from the melted rock, and then when the
cave was cut out to the right size it was allowed to cool, and it
cooled with an absolutely glass-smooth surface.
"Having done the cavern which is big enough
to take the Potala itself, they did some investigating and then
they bored tunnels right along this rock range which in those days
was almost covered by earth. It used to be possible to travel
about two hundred and fifty miles through
these tunnels, from cave to cave.
"Then there was this mighty explosion which
rocked the Earth on its axis, and some places were drowned and
other places rose up. We were fortunate in that the low hill
became a mountain range. I have seen pictures of it and I will
show them to you, but of course through the
Earth movements some of the tunnels were forced out of alignment
and one could no longer go the whole length as before. Instead we
could visit perhaps two or three caves before emerging out on the
mountain range and then walking a bit to where we knew the tunnel
would continue. Time doesn't matter at all to us, as you know, so
I am one of those who has been to about a hundred of these places
and I have seen many, many strange things."
"But, Master," I said, "how can
these things remain workable after a million or so years? No
matter what we have, even a Prayer Wheel, deteriorates with time
and use, and yet here we are in light probably brighter than it is
outside. I don't understand it at all "
The Lama sighed, and said, "Let's have some
food first, Lobsang, we are going to be here for several days and
we could do with a change of diet. You go into that little room,"
he pointed, "and bring out some of those containers with
pictures on them, and then we will see how
the people of long, long ago used to live."
- in later parts:
- About prepared bodies ready to receive a
ET-soul that can use them like a "rent a car"
- Watching "time-museums" of the past
- UFOs and the Gardeners of the Earth.
- more views of the far colonization and far
wars that annihilated the earlier civilizations
- The world of PATRA - which seem to describe a
world on the level ABOVE astral worlds.