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On the Way to Shambhala

Friends of mine from Spain had been in Mongolia, for the second time, in search of places of power. Some days ago they sent me a powerpoint-presentation with pictures showing scenes with motives of the paintings of the famous Russian painter Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947), whom I admire since long. He had been on an expedition to the Himalayas, Tibet and Mongolia in the 20ies of last century and brought back a rich treasure of most beautiful paintings. They can be found in several famous museums, such as the Roerich Museum in New York.

Here are some of the photos of my friends (thank you, Rosa and Miquel!) alternating with pictures from Nicholas Roerich (Courtesy Roerich Museum), showing similar motives.

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Arriving at Eeijkairkhan (the Goddess Mother), silhouette of the Sacred Mountain

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The Song of Shambhala

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Eeijkairkhan (the Goddess Mother), silhouette of the Sacred Mountain

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Star of the Hero, Cave-Temple

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Cave-temple

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Ascension to the rainbow

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Inside the Roerich-Museum, New York, April 2000

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The “Song of Shambhala” at home in the bookshelf

Shambhala, the mystic place now on the etheric planes, is also called the “White Island”. You can read more about it in the extract of book presentation of “Wisdom Buds” by K. Parvathi Kumar. And you find some of Roerich’s photos as e-cards on the Good-Will website.

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