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The Prophet Who Sealed Agartha Beneath the Underground

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According to legend, a long time ago, a superior race of extraterrestrial origin settled in the endless caves beneath the Himalayas. This alien race split into two: Agartha, representing the right hand, goodness, and honesty; and Shamballa, symbolizing the left hand, or the dark path. Agartha chose to stay away from worldly societies, whereas Shamballa sought to dominate the world. Buddhism has accepted this legend.

Is this story true? How did these beings settle in the inner world? Or were they imprisoned there? What do religions say about this? In this video, we’ll explore all these intriguing questions.

The most common definition of Agartha, found in internet and encyclopedic sources, is a legendary subterranean organization, mentioned in Tibetan and Central Asian traditions, believed to be located inside the mountains of Asia.

The entrances to this underground world are believed to be large holes at the North and South Poles, evidenced by satellite photographs. Tunnels in various parts of the world are also said to lead to this inner world. It is claimed that Tibet’s capital, Lhasa, is connected to the Inner World by a tunnel, guarded by Lamas or Knights Templar sworn to secrecy. Similarly, it’s believed that secret chambers beneath the Great Pyramid of Giza contain a tunnel leading to Agartha. There are supposedly seven passages to enter Agartha around the world.

How did the Agartha people settle in the hollow earth? Were they on the surface before, and will they ever return? Religions offer answers to these questions.
The Quran, the holy book of Islam, speaks in detail about the past and future of these people.

Nearly every belief system, including the Abrahamic religions, mentions beings living underground.

In Jewish and Christian traditions, these beings are referred to as “Gog and Magog.” In Islam, they are known as ‘Ye’juj and Me’juj.’ According to Islamic belief, they were a disruptive community in the past. As described in the Quran, they were imprisoned behind a barrier built by a person known as Dhul-Qarnayn, and it is said that they will not be able to emerge until the Day of Judgment.


The Quran describes this in Surah Al-Kahf (Verses 93-98).

The verses state:

“When he reached a point between two mountains, he found a people who could hardly understand a word.”

“They said, ‘O Dhul-Qarnayn! Indeed, ‘Ye’juj and Me’juj are causing corruption in the land. So, may we pay you a tribute in order that you might erect a barrier between us and them?'”

“Dhul-Qarnayn replied, ‘That in which my Lord has established me is better (than your tribute). Assist me with strength (and labor); I will erect between you and them a barrier.'”

“‘Bring me blocks of iron.’ When he had filled up the gap between the two mountain walls, he said, ‘Blow [with bellows].’ When he had made it [like] fire, he said, ‘Bring me molten copper to pour over it.'”

“So they [‘Ye’juj and Me’juj] were unable to climb it or to dig through it.”

This means the barrier built by Dhul-Qarnayn trapped this community underground, and as the end times approach, the barrier will flatten, and this community will spread across the earth.

“And when Ye’juj and Me’juj are let loose and they rush down from every hill.” (Surah Al-Anbiya, 21:96)

According to Islamic prophecies, including the hadiths of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), Ye’juj and Me’juj are so numerous that they could drink up entire rivers and lakes. However, they are not significantly different in appearance from humans, except for some physical characteristics, such as being shorter in stature.

According to sources, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) encountered this community during his Night Journey.

Could Ye’juj and Me’juj be the people living in Agartha?

Since Ye’juj and Me’juj are imprisoned underground, their existence aligns with the beliefs about Agartha. However, some claim that people living in this community can access the outer world via UFOs. But according to Islamic belief, this won’t be possible until the end times. As former CIA agent Virgil Armstrong commented on this topic, there are barriers in the inner world that can’t be crossed by anyone except certain individuals.

There might be two communities, and one can emerge to the outside. This is supported by the fact that ‘Ye’juj and Me’juj’ and ‘Gog and Magog’ are two different names. Similarly, in Agartha, there is another community called Shamballa. In some traditions, Agartha is referred to as the “right-hand path” or “white occult group,” while Shamballa is the “left-hand path” or “black occult group.”

Agartha is believed to be filled with good beings who occasionally come to the surface to meet their counterparts and send valuable gifts for the benefit of humanity.

Perhaps the disruptive community mentioned in the scriptures split into good and evil underground, leading to enmity between them. One side, being evil, is not allowed to emerge, while the other, being good, does not suffer the same fate.

Almost all belief systems agree on the existence of two different communities underground.

Where did Dhul-Qarnayn imprison this community? Where is its gate, and are there forces trying to find it?

The next video will discuss where this gate might be located. If you liked this video, don’t forget to like and share. Your likes will bring the next video faster.

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