The Mysterious Sealed Door In The Ancient Temple, No One Knows What Is Inside And Only A Few Are Allowed To Enter!


The mysterious sealed door of the old Padmanabhaswamy temple is protected by two giant cobras that are painted on the door. There are no latches, bolts or anything else that could be used as an entry through the door. It is believed that behind the door there is an unimaginable wealth. The only one who could enter through this door is a Sadhus with a high level, who is also familiar with the Garuda mantra chant.

According to ancient beliefs, this mysterious door with no means of entry was sealed by sound waves that came from secret chants that were lost in time.

According to Hindu priests, there is no one who can open the door. No human can chant this mantra and open the door.

The Padmanabhaswamy temple is a mysterious, ancient and glorious temple. It is believed to be one of the wealthiest places of worship and institutions in the entire history of the world. It is estimated that in the underground vaults there are 22 billion dollars worth of jewels and gold.

The true glory of the temple is shown in a small portion through the golden exterior that the temple has.
The temple is in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala in India. There are 8 underground vaults. However, only 5 of them have been opened.

There are several records of the temple on the Sangram Period of literature, which is between 500 B.C and 300 A.D. there are 108 Holy Abodes or Divya Desams in Vaishavism and this temple is one of them. It is also glorified in the Divya Prabandha.

There are no records of when the temple was founded. In Sangam Tamil literature and literature of the ninth century, the temple is referred to as the temple with the golden walls and it is also compared with heaven.

However, the most mysterious part of the temple is the sealed door, also called the Chamber B. It is believed that the person who opens the door will face disaster.

Behind the 6 doors that have already been opened, there were 22 billion dollars worth of gold in the form of solid gold coconut shells covered with emeralds and rubies, diamonds, golden coins, jewelry, 18-feet long and 500 kilograms in weight diamond necklaces, golden utensils, golden elephant idols, other idols and weapons. Many people believe that there are even more riches behind chamber B. However, according to the legends, opening of the door can result in disasters around the temple, in whole India and even apocalyptic events all over the world.

Legends also tell that there are other hidden chambers inside chamber B. These chambers have thick walls made of gold.

There are also records of people trying to open this mysterious door. One group faced a disaster in 1931. They were attacked by cobras and had to flee for their lives.

Nowadays, this temple is one of the most guarded places in the world, with metal detectors, security cameras and 200 guards with heavy weapons.

Source: ancient-code


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