In addition to a rare 18th-century Tibetan book The Road to Sambhala (author of the third Pancen Lama 1738-1780), the humanoid winged race that once lived in Tibet and then ‘destroyed’ is intriguingly mentioned. The same book also mentions the existence of numerous pyramidal structures in different, unknown to the Western world locations on the Roof of the World. Some of these buildings are described as ‘fairytale’, and ‘multicolored’ versions exist among dozens of other pyramids.
The actual existence of groups of pyramidal buildings in the Himalayas has recently been confirmed, and the first report we have of this is that of the American merchant Fred Meyer Schroder, who in 1912 stumbled upon a large pyramid surrounded by smaller structures. Astonished by the sight, he asked his guide, a Buddhist monk, what they represented and received the answer that the 5,000-year-old Lamaist documents not only contained information about the purpose of these pyramids, but also revealed that they were already extremely old at the time the records originated.
If this dating were confirmed, the Himalayan pyramids would be older than the pyramids at Giza, whose dating is officially accepted. Some 33 years later, another incredible pyramid was noticed, which embarrassed the academic world. In the spring of 1945, U.S. Air Force pilot James Gaussman was flying from China to India over Tibet when he was forced to reduce altitude due to engine problems. He is said to have said the following: ‘I flew around the mountain and then we came to a valley. Just below us stood a giant white pyramid, It looked like a fairy tale. It was covered in glittering white. It could have been metal Hi some form of stone. It was white on all sides. Most unusual of all on it was its top – a large piece of precious, precious-like material. The colossality of this building deeply impressed me ‘.
Gaussman believed that the pyramid was higher than 300 meters, which is more than twice the height of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Gaussman’s photographs were never published, but a black-and-white photograph of an earth pyramid near Xi’an, the capital of China’s Shaanxi province, was presented to the media in 1990 as a ‘giant white pyramid’ that Gaussman allegedly took 45 years before. However, Gaussman’s flight route was some 805 kilometers northwest of the location in the published photo, so it is reasonably suspected that the photo was published by the Chinese authorities in order to preserve the secret of the White Pyramid from the Western world. In 1947 – two years after Gaussman’s vision – another American aviator, Maurice Sheahan, spotted a colossal white pyramid on his flight southwest over Shaanxi Province. Several American dailies, including the New York Times, published the news of his vision on March 28, 1947.
In the work Himalayas – Abode of tight Roerich speaks of three ‘protruding points of Sambhala’, which indicates the triangular shape of the territory of this enigmatic kingdom. The location of these boundary markers is not known, but when a triangle is made at the same angles as the Great Pyramid of Giza (51 degrees and 51 minutes), starting at about 50 degrees north latitude and taking a length of 88 degrees for the western boundary, then it intersects with the route of Gaussman’s 1945 flight near the spot where he spotted the giant white pyramid. If we take the continuation of its flight in the southwest direction, the ‘southern border’ is determined by its crossing with a length of 88 degrees. It is known that in the space delineated by this solitary triangle some very unusual events took place, of which probably the most fascinating is that which they call the ‘Tibetan Roswell’.