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The Mysterious SEALED Temple Door NO ONE Can Open: Last Door of Padmanabhaswamy
The door to such a vault can only be opened by a highly erudite ‘SADHUS’ who are familiar with the knowledge of extricating “NAGA BANDHNAM” by chanting a very sacred and difficult “GARUDA MANTRA”.
According to the legends, if anyone tries to force open this door ,which has “NAGA BANDHAN” on it, then catastrophes are likely to occur throughout the world.
Vedic Astrologers of India tried to open the door, but they were unable to open the door by chanting the secret “GARUDA MANTA”. If this mantra is chanted properly by some Sadhu, the automatically opens up without any human effort needed to open it. Adding to the belief that Garuda drives away mighty serpents from our way.
On the bequest of the Supreme Court of India the seven member committee in the presence of the Head Trustee of Travencore Trust of Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy temple at Tiruvananthapur in Kerala have opened the six secret vaults.
They have discovered under 20 feet of the ground approximately $ 22 BILLION (6000CrX22= Rs 1,32,000 Cr)WORTH OF HIGHLY VALUABLE GOLD in the form of, diamond jewelry, golden utensils, weapons, golden idols, golden elephants idols and diamond necklaces having 500 kilograms weight and 18 feet length and bags full of golden coins of different nations, including NAPOLEON and ITALIAN coins in the last one week. With this Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy of Tiruvnanthapuram has emerged the richest God on the earth.
The temple management authorities were aware of the existence of six vaults. They are situated very close to the middle of the temple on its western side just below where the deity is placed.
For documentation purposes, these vaults have been designated as vaults A, B, C, D, E and F.
Subsequently, two more vaults have been identified and they have been designated as vaults G and H.
Four vaults C, D, E, and F, are in the custody of the temple priests and have been/are opened at least eight times every year and the contents stored in them are routinely taken out for use on special ceremonial occasions.As per the orders of the Supreme Court of India, a court appointed committee opened the vaults on 30 June 2011 and entered vault A.
They unlocked an iron grille and a heavy wooden door, then removed a granite slab from the floor. Beneath, five or six steps led to a small, dark room which stored the treasure. The various items found scattered everywhere, They were not arranged systematically. There were baskets, earthen pots, copper pots, all containing valuable objects. It took about 12 days to carry the treasure outside, and to take an inventory of it.
Vault B has not been opened presumable for centuries. The Supreme Court appointed committee members opened the metal-grille door to Vault B, and discovered a sturdy wooden door just behind it. They opened this door as well, and encountered a third door, made of iron, which was jammed shut. The observers considered forcing their way in, but deemed this improper; they decided to hire a locksmith. Then, in mid-July, before the locksmith came, the royal family got an injunction from the Supreme Court against opening vault B.Vaults G and H also remain closed for centuries believably as of May 2016, but have been opened in late 1800′s and it also had valuables which have been documented that time.
The main vault or the seventh vault is Vault B.
originally posted by: TinfoilTP
If they open the last door the mystery would be gone and the tourism money would dry up. They will never open that thing.
originally posted by: Painterz
There seem to be a number of scandals involving temple priests opening and operating offshore bank accounts and swiss bank accounts.
It's possible they don't want to open the last vault because they know the contents have already been laundered overseas.