5th International Conference on the Phenomenon of the Holy Mt. Kailash
“Compilation of Traditional and New Aspects of Mt. Kailash and Surrounding Pilgrimage Sites”
University of Hamburg, March 25-27, 2022
Dr. Sergei Balalaev, Phenomenon of Kailash Research Group, Russia
The analysis of satellite images of the Kailash region revealed a number of geometrical features with different relief elements. The characteristic size
of our planet is manifested in the sizes of some relief elements of the Kailash region. There are some arched mountain ranges representing the parts of circles. It is significant that the radii of these circles are integervalued multiple to the radii of the Earth, the Sun and some other planets of our solar system. For example, in the upper part of Mt. Takairola there are two arched interleaved mountain ranges which have the radii of 1,060 and 2,120 m. These correspond to the radius of the Earth with factors of 6 x 103 and 3 x 103, respectively. The sizes of Rakshas Tal and Manasarovar (i.e. the length of the shoreline and the radii of the circumscribed circles) also have features that are associated with the golden section number and congruent to the sizes of the Earth, the Sun and the Moon. Mt. Sri Kailash, Mt. Kailash and Mt. Kading Kangri lie at the same latitude (31°). Furthermore, Mt. Kailash is in the central place, while Mt. Sri Kailash and Mt. Kading Kangri are at the same distance (203.5 km) from Mt. Kailash. At the longitude of 81° there are also two mountain peaks that pass through Kailash: Gurla Mandhata (7,694 m) in the south and Chongtse Shan (6,903 m) in the north. It is suggested that there is a special fine-energy structure, a kind of an energy-information matrix, based on which the mountainous terrain was formed in the course of natural geological processes. It is possible to assume that the sizes and shape of the relief elements of the Kailash Mandala might bring about some special resonance with the Earth, the Sun, the Moon and other extraterrestrial objects.