Goddess Mother Of the World?
Mt. Everest is the highest mountain on Mother Earth.
What if mountains are conscious?
And what if Mt. Everest is super-conscious?
Ever-est was named after a man who pronounced his name Eve-rest.
Is Eve more appropriate than ever?
Mt. Everest’s Tibetan name is Chomolungma, “Goddess Mother of the World.”
Her Nepalese name is Sagarmatha, “Forehead in the Sky.”
A skull is female, and a spine is male.
The skull is the external skeleton of the ovum, and the spine is the internal skeleton of the sperm.
Geophysicist Roger Hart was pushed off a cliff by the Goddess Mother of the World.
He fell 180 feet without being killed or hurt, and a Sherpa named Chombi told him WHY.
Roger Hart (The Phaselock Code: Through Time, Death and Reality: The Metaphysical Adventures of the Man Who Fell Off Everest, 2003) wrote …
“‘Now tell me about Chomolungma!’
“‘I don’t remember.’
“‘Yes, you do; you felt wonderful.’
“‘Wonderful?’ I traced the patterns on the prayer rug with my finger.
“‘Yes. She’s a tiger and attacks men.’
“‘We didn’t see tigers, just ravens.’
“‘Ho! Ho! Ho! She tricked you, pushed you over the edge.’
“I shuddered as the memory of the fall came to the foreground of my mental landscape. ‘Trick? Are you saying the mountain is alive?’
“‘Everything is alive. The Mother Goddess is very powerful.’
“Chombi rose up, fierce, stern, like a wrathful deity gone awry. ‘You believe it! Remember now!’ He picked up the bell, and as he rang it, the cells of my body burst with silver explosions, the energy propelling me back to the night on the North Col. It was like remembering a dream or perhaps a past life. It was happening to me all over again.”
According to the same source …
“‘Do all mountain climbers … Did Hillary find the Sunyata?’
Chombi covered his mouth and giggled. ‘No, no, no. This is not possible. He is my good friend. He taught me English and gave me this watch, but I doubt if he’ll find Sunyata.’ He pulled back his sleeve to reveal a Rolex on his wrist.
“‘Well, I think it is because he knows too much; he knows too much to find the yeti; he knows too much to be tricked.'”