Pyramid-like mount Kailash (Tibet): structure and construction
S. Yu. Balalaev, A.P. Redko
The pyramid-like mount Kailash is situated in one of the most difficult for access mount districts of Tibet. There have been studied main valleys and rock formations around Kailash, many of which having regular geometrical forms. There have been determined the exact geographical coordinates of all edges and the top of Kailash, edge bases orientation for the parts of the world, as well as described the structure and construction of Kailash. As a result of the satellite images analyses a lens-like vertical formation has been detected on the top of Kailash. There have been examined the rock samples taken from the base of Kailash and water samples of brooks, beginning from the glaciers of this mount. There has been found the division boundary between the mount parts: namely, between the lower stratified structure, having the signs of destruction, and the upper one – monolithic and concrete-like. This boundary lies in the same horizontal plane at a number of rock formations around Kailash. It is supposed that in the valley of the so-called inner cora there earlier existed the highland ancient lake, surrounding the Kailash. There has been discovered the link, to be yet analyzed, between the pyramid-like formations in the Kailash area and the pyramids of the ancient city of Teotiuakan, Mexico, situated practically exactly at the 180 degrees of longitude. There has been revealed a number of geometrical regularities in the Kailash’s location, focal planes of the concave stone formations around it and ancient ritual places of pilgrimage. Following the results of fulfilled investigations there have not been found any evident traces of artificial mechanical processing of the pyramid-like rock formations in the Kailash complex, which is being written about by a number of researchers. It is more probably to speak about natural origination of this complex in the course of natural geological processes. It is necessary to explain the existence of rock structures having regular geometrical forms, located in the relatively compact territory. This place has been used by the pilgrims from the ancient times for the accelerated passing through the way of their spiritual development. It is planned the further purposeful study of the Kailash phenomenon with the help of modern scientific devices.