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originally posted by: Whatsthisthen
If that is a Temple for Vishnu, whom the Nagi love very much, one will probably find THE Kali after getting past the Nagi. After getting past Kali, you'll meet The Destroyer; Shiva.
At the end of the Kali Yuga, when they have learned their lesson will the priests be allowed to open the door safely.
originally posted by: ADSE255
a reply to: rhynouk
Thanks for commenting.
Any ideas on what it might be? I'm seriously thinking something of a trigger. I may take a look online to see if anyone's tried remote viewing inside it yet. Could get interesting!
originally posted by: hiddenlight
Anyone else notice the French/Jewish/Egyptian "fleur de lis" on the door?
This is something I'm interesting in.
KOCHI/CHENNAI: After an astonishing find of wealth in the secret vaults of the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in the Kerala capital, astrologers who carried out a deva prasnam (seeking the will of the deity) have warned of dire consequences if the last chamber of the temple is opened.
All vaults except the one marked 'B' have been examined by a Supreme Court-appointed team, and today's warnings are against opening the final vault. The diviners have warned that only the deity has powers over the chamber and that anyone who dares open the 'B' vault will pay a very heavy price, including deaths in the family by snake bites. Astrologers who conducted the deva prasnam, led by Madhur Ranganatha Bhat, said the entire clan of those who dare open the final vault would be wiped out. ..
The astrologers' warnings come at a time when the Supreme Court-appointed team is making an inventory of the treasure unearthed so far at the temple. Media reports had put the value of the wealth discovered thus far at Rs 1 trillion, which would make the temple the richest in the world. But the team members examining the treasures have said it was not part of their brief to value the finds in the vaults.
The unopened 'B' cellar has been firing popular imagination, with speculation that it will reveal an underground passage linking different parts of the city. There is also speculation that the vault may be linked to the sea, and also that it may have more treasures than were discovered in the other vaults. The 'B' vault happens to be under the idol of the presiding deity of the temple, which is in a reclining posture.
The three-day deva prasnam also revealed that the temple had connections with Nepal, and that the Travancore royal family had association with the Pasupatinath temple and the Nepali royal family.
The diviners said their astrological examination revealed that the riches kept in the temple's chambers should not be moved or alienated.
.. Read more at: //economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/9567896.cms?intenttarget=no&utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
Sides, if anyone -in the present- opened it, the news would be all over India Media News, and every other news-feed.
During his service as an IPS officer, Mr. Sundara Rajan had a stint in the Intelligence Bureau and was also part of the security staff of the former Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi. He later quit the IPS to look after his ailing father and settled down in Thiruvananthapuram.
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala on Tuesday created a new post of the rank of a superintendent of police to specifically protect the treasure estimated at Rs.1 lakh crore found in the Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram.
"We are looking into various measures on the state-of-the-art security arrangements that should be put up in the temple premises," Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said after the weekly cabinet meeting in Thiruvananthapuram.
The state government has posted a round-the-clock security ring around the temple since a treasure was found in five of its six chambers.
The Supreme Court last week appointed a five-member committee headed by Director General of National Museum C.V. Ananda Bose to film and photograph the articles found in vault A of the temple. Another three-member committee, to be headed by Justice M.N. Krishnan, was set up to oversee the operations of the expert committee.
However, the mode of working of the new committee, including the dates and timings of inventorying, is yet to be decided. According to sources, only after the committee meeting on Monday that any further clarification in this regard will be made. It was on June 27 that the preparation of the inventory began. When the five vaults A, C, D, E and F were opened, the treasure amounted to Rs 1 lakh crore, which is an unofficial estimate. The B vault is yet to be opened. The Supreme Court will take a decision on whether to open or not the vault B only after the present committee submits its initial report on the inventorying.
originally posted by: hiddenlight
a reply to: SeaWorthy
That's some mighty fine intell. Good work Son.
Keep up the good job!
Sundararajan was one of the members of the six-member committee appointed by the Supreme Court. Five out of the six vaults in the temple had been opened, and the ex-Travancore ruler's had been saying that opening the last vault could invite the "wrath of God". When five of the six vaults of the 18th century Padmanabhaswamy temple were opened on June 27 on the orders of the Supreme Court, officials were stunned by sacks of diamonds, crowns studded with precious stones and chests brimming with gold coins
One of the vaults of the Padmanabhaswamy temple, which could not be opened because of a complicated locking mechanism, is believed to contain the bulk of the treasures deposited there by the rulers of the former princely state of Travancore. Old timers say there is a curse, supersitious nonetheless, that whosoever opens the last vault may face tragedies in life.
originally posted by: hiddenlight
This link has some info about a partial opening in 1938.
Also another opening in 1931.
(UPDATED 8/22/16) According to the India Times, an audit conducted into the assets of the famed Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram has shown that a massive amount of gold from its repositories has mysteriously disappeared. Up to 769 Gold Pots and Silver bars have been reported missing. Some skeptics are also suggesting that there is a hidden tunnel beneath the chamber that allowed the architects to lock the chamber doors from within, making it impossible to breach. This secret tunnel could invariably have led to many years of plundering the treasure trove without anyone noticing.
(UPDATED 5/24/16) An expert panel inventorying assets at the Temple has approached the apex court for permission to open the vault, as per a report in Hindustan Times. The report also added that the Travancore royal family along with a section of devotees and the shrine’s administration opposed the opening of the B-vault but may lose their fight to an expected Supreme Court ruling.