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Sunday, February 26, 2023

In Search of the “Mythical” Kingdom of Shambhala

It has been some 20 years or so since I first imagined and mentioned of the Mayan People as being descendants of the people of India. I was sitting at a lounge table area and I could not help but notice the little gal there who was tending to my needs as a guest at a hotel in Cancun. Everything about her reminded me of a woman of India. 

It would be a few more years before I actually put a pen to the whole idea. Who knew that the discovery of a small seemingly insignificant artifact would intimidate the academics so much and spawn a whole new theory of an ancient civilization of America. However I cannot take credit, it is only wishful thinking but I did receive a skeptic un-welcome every time I tried to discover this little artifacts origins. This article would be much more understandable with a read of the Book The Forbidden Histories of the Americas.

Buckle found in Richfield Utah mid 1960’s

And now we have finally from a branch of the academics, a few who are starting to see what I had supposed some years ago… 

From the Himalayan Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies by Arushi Gupta with Corresponding Author Humphrey Moseti Omara…

After giving a stereotyped view of the world colonization process they make this statement in the article…

“We ourselves, until recently, were a colony” shedding light on the reality that the two countries had been colonies of European Union, one from Spain and the other from the United Kingdom. Apart from this, there is an ancient connection between the Mayan and the Indian culture. 

This ancient connection is in my estimation about 3000 years ago. 

Continuing giving comparisons of culture…

One of the gods known in both countries is the Hindu god Triloknath, which is one of the names of Shiva, was known to Mexicans with the same name until the Spaniards arrived and changed the name to the Tloque Nahuaque… If true, WHY would they do this?


Named the same and look the same? Coincident? If it looks like a duck… and quakes like a duck… 

They continue…

It is surprising how two countries so far from each other have such a similar culture. India and Mexico seem to be like brothers separated over the years and time but still have the same blood running through their veins, made of the same DNA.

The article then goes on comparing various cultural attributes of the two cultures, Religious, Cosmological, Family, Marriage, Society, ETC… making several curious likenesses.

I recall after pondering the possible ways Hinduism, thought to have been created 3000 years ago, spread from this continent where it actually originated to India and throughout Asia along with its break away revised edition of Buddhism. Imagine, a religion created in the Ancient Americas is now the most predominant in the East, surprisingly, 3000 years is about right but the millions of believers of this religion do not know it. 

Among all the pondering, I recall imagining where the “Mythical” city of Shambahla, being the western appellation or its likely intended pronunciation of Shem Bahla, could have been. 

I admit there is so many places it could have been, one considered and most suspect location is none other that the Yucatan Peninsula, its kingdom extending as far north as Northern Arizona and even partly into Utah and south as far as Machu Picchu. Had it not been for the late origins date given to Machu Picchu, which may or may not be correct, I would have another suspect location however I have never been one to rely on those pretend and speculative dating methods. But the reasons I have chosen the Yucatan peninsula is not only by common sense as this is where the Mayan people are known to have existed, but partly due to ocean levels in the days in which the Mayan are said to have existed. Where ocean level was in BC times is rather lengthy to explain, but has to do with where our North Pole was at the time. In searching the Ruins across the peninsula, all those below a certain level according to archaeologist, were not built until AD times, this would be because the land was under water, the higher elevation locations are said to have been establish or build near 500 BC, but it would also depend upon when the mythical Shem-Bahla was supposed to have existed, it would have been sometime after 900 BC as this is in my mind is based on the evidences I have found, to be when Hinduism itself began with its branch Buddhism being created nearer to 300 BC.

It is said that Suchandra was the first notable King of Shambahla and said to have been so in 900 BC to 876 BC, so I presume there was a city at this early time, this would have been not long after King Hiram, King of Tyre and friend of King Soloman has his encounter with the Queen of Sheba, or was it Shem-bahla? the very event which spawned the entire religion, when Hiram traveled to the land of Ophir about 900 BC. Was the name of the queen of Sheba, Maya? The Mother of Buddha? King Solomons Mother was Bath-Sheba but we know she was not the Queen of Sheba who would later become as one of Solomon’s many wives and he gave her a son, was this Suchandra?

I highly recommend a read of 1st Kings of the Bible, Chapter 10. There has been much conjecture about the Queen of Sheba in that she was African or from Ethiopia, and this is nothing but wishful conjecture. The Queen of Sheba was Indian of India from a colony that had been established in Central America and the story has been told not only in the Book of Kings, but on the walls of the Ajanta Caves Of India. 

But the largest reason I have chosen the Yucatan Peninsula as the likely Kingdom of Shem-Bahla is as follows… I did not make the following connection when I wrote the book The Forbidden Histories of the Americas. But only recently it hit me like a 26 ton Kalachakra Mandala. 

Of Suchandra the second Buddha, it is also said that he built a huge 3 dimensional Kalachakra Mandala in the center of the Kingdom, now I know that the use of the word “huge” is a broad term, no pun intended, and is open to interpretation, but… wouldn’t you say that in the following image, that this is without a doubt a “huge Kalachakra Mandala” found in the center of an ancient kingdom? Has any other been found anywhere?



The Aztec Sunstone

The monument is not a functioning calendar, but instead uses the calendrical glyphs to reference the cyclical concepts of time and its relationship to the cosmic conflicts within the Aztec ideology



Kalachakra Means ”wheel of time, or Time Cycles

And this is what the early academics called it

EVERY Photo I have seen of the Aztec Sun Stone, not necessarily intentional, but seems to downplay the actual size of it, this Kalachakra Mandala, is 12 feet in diameter over 3 feet thick and weighs in at just over 26 TONS! 

A better photo to understand just how big it is..


Is it possible the academics are again wrong [Intentionally this time on] their dates in which they claim it was created somewhere around 1500 AD? This is based on the idea that they claim Moctezuma II’s name is on the Sunstone, WHERE I ask? His title might be on the stone but it is the same title held by every other previous monarch. 

There is no way in hell! the academics are going to tell any of us, that a culture was here capable of making such a thing in 900 BC! And a culture no less that just might be the very people of the Queen of Sheba! The very same people who built the underground city of the Grand Canyon. This of course could also mean, that it is possible that King Solomon's son, made this. 

IF the sunstone was found in Mexico city, I would believe it was transported there by the Aztec after the fall or defeat of the Maya, from the area of the Yucatan Peninsula where the City of Shem-Bahla was most likely once located.

According to WIKI

The Archaic period, before 2000 BC, saw the first developments in agriculture and the earliest villages. The Preclassic period (c. 2000 BC to 250 AD) saw the establishment of the first complex societies in the Maya region, and the cultivation of the staple crops of the Maya diet, including maize, beans, squashes, and chili peppers. The first Maya cities developed around 750 BC, and by 500 BC these cities possessed monumental architecture, including large temples with elaborate stucco façades. Hieroglyphic writing was being used in the Maya region by the 3rd century BC. In the Late Preclassic a number of large cities developed in the Petén Basin, and the city of Kaminaljuyu rose to prominence in the Guatemalan Highlands.

Whether I am right or wrong is to early to say, the bottom line however is, if anyone wants to know where the so called mythical city of Shambahla was, they need to look on the right continent… 

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