In our Weekly Bulletin on 14 Dec 2018 The Spheres of the Upper Air, it was stated, “There have been “places” spoken of throughout history that are not places in the physical sense, but actually exist on a higher plane. These include Hyperborea, Mount Meru, the abodes of Masters over Tibet and the Gobi Desert, and the mythical Twelve Lost Islands of Hawaii. Ancient teachers, often called Deities, came and went from such places.”
In a more recent Bulletin on 09 Mar 2019 The Invisible Spheres, we looked at assertions by some that “the Monastery of the Brotherhood of the Seven Rays (exists) in the region above Lake Titicaca in South America, and that a monastery (was found) called The Abbey in a hidden valley of Pariahuanca.” [“There is also said to be a hidden land somewhere in the East called Agarttha, beneath the surface of the earth.”]
The latest New Dawn magazine, Special Issue Vol.13 No.2, features a couple of articles that shed more light on this topic. In Opening the Gate to Belovodia by Jason Jeffrey, we read about Olga Kharitidi’s journey to the Altai where she learned of the ethereal “place” called Belovodia. The Altai is a mountain range in Central and East Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan come together - the subject of a number of paintings by the mystic Nicholas Roerich who travelled widely there.
In another article in the same issue of ND, In Search of Invisible Masters by Mehmet Sabeheddin, we are told that the great Masters (the Silent Brotherhood, Mahatmas, Magi, Rishis) have “been physically located in the Hindu Kush area (which) is in Afghanistan, geographically, it forms the Western extreme of the Himalayas.” Certain other mystical traditions locate at least some of the Invisible Masters in the etheric planes above the Gobi Desert.