The ancient Padmanabhaswamy temple’s mysterious sealed door that no one managed to open (clip)

The ancient Padmanabhaswamy temple’s enigmatic door is without a doubt one of the most fascinating archeological discoveries of all time. It’s a door with two enormous cobras painted on it. It can only be opened by a high-level “SADHUS” familiar who is experienced enough to recite a “GARUDA MANTRA.”

Despite the lack of any locks, latches, or other mechanisms, this door cannot be opened by any means currently available.

The mountains of gold and diamonds that are now preserved in the secret vaults make this ancient temple one of the richest institutions of all time, worth well over $22 billion.

The incredible thing is that, considering the fact that it has been extensively explored by the world’s best minds, the location’s treasures remain largely hidden to the untrained eye.

Video: The Mysterious SEALED Temple Door NO ONE Can Open: Last Door of Padmanabhaswamy

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Despite the fact that the temple is said to have eight underground vaults, only five have been uncovered and investigated. Bill Gates’ personal wealth was dwarfed by the riches contained within.

The temple is one of the 108 main Divya Desams (“Holy Abodes”) from Vaishnavism, and it is widely regarded as one of the most in-tune sites of worship in the world, dating back to 500 B.C. and 300 A.D., according to archeologists. What secrets are hidden in the final three vaults, and who will be worthy enough to unlock them? Keep an eye out for the answers, which will arrive sooner or later.

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