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GHOST CITY OF BHANGARH MYSTERIES


 

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Avalon Mayer is given credit for posting this on my FACEBOOK page. I just want to give my appreciation for that.
I want to point out one thing before we get into this article. Notice the SIRIUS Illuminati connection here?

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This work given is in full acknowledgement of GOD and directed by Holy Spirit. Any and all use of the facts of the dark side are not an avenue meant to give any credit to them. In fact, all work is directly attributed to GODs Plan and to give HIM all the glory. Amen

Look at the symbolism here! Does anything strike you as strange, or odd? It should! Nothing is released into the media without FULL consent of the elite/Illuminati. And this should stand as proof of that. This website in question which releases this information has a LOGO which is pretty much identical to the Illuminati LOGO. This website releases information about strange stories and such but its got another purpose as well…EVOLUTION AND HUMAN ORIGIN! This category is in line with their agenda. Don’t you see? This is how they work….give a little bit of truth but mix it with lies. So, even though we see stories such as the one we will cover here…BEWARE of the lies mixed within.
I will post the entire article with link but also my [EDITOR] comments within…
The ghost city of Bhangarh and the curse of the Holy Man

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The abandoned fort of Bhangarh is thought to be the most haunted place in India, so much so that the Archaeological Survey of India has forbidden access to the site between sunset and sunrise, and locals have moved their town outside the limits of the fort. The reputation of Bhangarh stems from two old legends, one of which involves a Holy Man who supposedly cursed Bhangarh after the fort cast a shadow over his abode.
The town of Bhangarh, which is located in the Rajgarh municipality in the state of Rajasthan, was first established in 1573 during the rule of Bhagwant Das as the residence of his second son. The fort, which is actually a small city composed of temples, palaces, and multiple gates, covers a large area of land at the foot of a mountain. But despite its beauty and the picturesque scenery, the fort is steeped in dark tales and became completely abandoned by 1783, with locals moving their village elsewhere.
[EDITOR: I firmly believe any location in this world which houses these temples, palaces and such will carry intense paranormal activity. These entities are not human, nor anything close t that…they are demonic in source.]

 

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Despite the picturesque setting of Bhangarh Fort, locals moved their town elsewhere and the site was abandoned over 200 years ago (Wikimedia Commons)
Through the main gate of the fort city, now called the Bhoot Bangla (“House of Ghosts”), there are numerous Hindu temples. The most spectacular of these buildings are the Hanuman Temple, Gopinath Temple, Someshwar Temple, Keshav Rai Temple, Mangla Devi Temple, Ganesh Temple and Navin Temple.
The Royal Palace is located at the extreme end of the fort’s limits and was protected by two inner fortifications across the valley. The town is separated from the plain by ramparts with five gates.

 

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The sprawling grounds of Bhangarh Fort. Source: BigStockPhoto
The Legends of Bhangarh
According to legend, the city of Bhangarh was cursed by a holy man named Baba Balnath, who had given permission for the construction of the town so long as the height of the buildings did not cast shadow over his retreat. Balnath warned that if this were to occur, he would destroy the entire city. When a descendant prince raised the palace to a height that cast a shadow over Bhangarh’s abode, it is said that he cursed the whole town. Many believe that Balanath is buried there to this day.
[EDITOR: Interestingly curses are connected to demons. This ‘holy’ man was researched…this is what I found:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baba_Balak_Nath
This is a Hindu deity worshiped in the northern Indian states of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh.

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Let’s connect this to the Bible!
Balak was a king of Moab. Balak tried to hire Balaam for the purpose of cursing Israel (Numbers 22:1-5). The enigmatic scene of the speaking donkey ensues (Numbers 22:21-35). So, we have a frightened king and a greedy prophet but that’s not all….Balak was a magician! Trained in kishuf (the occult and magic).
The “land of the Rephaim,” so-called because the giants had so completely dominated it. Where did the giants come from? HINT: GENESIS 6!]

 

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Baba Balnath was a holy man who is believed to have cursed Bhangarh after its buildings cast a shadow over his abode. Gopinath Temple at Bhangarh Fort (Wikipedia)
A second legend is related to a wizard named Singhiya, who was in love with Ratnavati, the Princess of Bhangarh. According to this tale, Singhiya placed a spell upon a fragrance being purchased by the princess’ maid, so that upon touching it, the princess would fall in love with him. But Ratnavati saw what the wizard was doing and foiled his plan. Feeling bitter, the wizard was said to have placed a curse upon the city, and many believe his ghost haunts the ill-fated city. Some locals believe that princess Ratnavati reincarnated in a new body and that Bhangarh Fort is waiting for her return to put an end to the curse.
[EDITOR: This website included in this article wants so badly for you to be intrigued with MAGIC! Spell, curses and wizardry is WITCHCRAFT! It’s contact with the DEAD. It’s nothing less than necromancy. GOD warned HIS people of it in the Bible and it continues in the land today. So much so that I seriously think it has only increased since the days of old. But why? Because this is how Satan works his evil. Don’t you think this world is filled with evil? Well, look around. The ‘holiday’ of Thanksgiving just passed but take a look at the activity connected to it!
http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/nov/28/black-friday-sales-police-attend-supermarkets-amid-scuffles
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2852585/Mayhem-Black-Friday-begins-Shoppers-clash-supermarkets-trying-grab-bargains-Boots-Game-Curry-s-PC-world-websites-crash-thousands-start-hunt-Christmas-deals.html
Best “Black Friday” Fights Compilation 2014 [link]
Do you seriously…for one minute….think GOD is behind such events?]

 

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Locals believe that Princess Ratnavati must return to Bhangarh Fort to free the city from its curse. (Wikimedia Commons)
While these legends seem like nothing more than fanciful tales, the stories have become so widely reported, and believed, that the Archaeological Survey of India has placed a sign at the entrance to Bhangarh Fort forbidding entry after dark. Locals say whoever has tried to stay inside after sunset have never come out. Nevertheless, it is these very tales that continue to attract thousands of tourists every year, eager to experience the haunted and cursed city of Bhangarh.
[EDITOR: The FACT that the officials do NOT allow people within the city from sunset to sunrise is NOT surprising to me. Should it be? Paranormal activity is exponentially rising because of the HATE these demons have for us.]

LINK>>> http://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends-asia/ghost-city-bhangarh-and-curse-holy-man-002380

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