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Shambala is an alluring word that is covered with myths, legends and obscure ideas. It’s a mysterious place where the teachers of humanity dwell and where it’s extremely difficult to get. Some spiritual seekers dedicated their whole lives to searching it, whereas in the today’s age of active transmission and spread of information (judging by internet publications) we have failed to find even a slight intelligible evidence of it. The respected search engine Google offers only bracelets, necklaces or amusements with such name, leading away to material stuff and clearing up no essence at all. Evaluating the level of consumer priorities of the contemporary world community, one comes to conclusion that people take the Shambala myth sceptically, as a fairy tale or legend. Yet, why? As a matter of fact, people who dedicated effort, years and even lives to the search of Shambala were not stupid or worst in their times, quite the contrary. An impression arises that a certain influential earthly force has put an impenetrable information wall in this field as well. In order to bring down the wall at least a little bit and clarify the situation with the “myth”, in this article we shall try to collect and refresh information about the mysterious abode of Bodhisattvas. Hopefully, the information will be useful for many people.
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In February 1995 the construction of Denver International Airport (DIA) was completed, which became the largest airport in the USA and second largest in the world (!). Its official cost made up 4.8 billion US dollars! What is known today about this interesting and very “unusual” facility? So, it’s the largest airport in the USA by the occupied area (140 km²). It was constructed in the same district as StapletonInternationalAirport (now defunct), which is quite strange, for one big airport was totally enough for this district. It turns out that the largest US airport was built in ColoradoState that is the 8th largest state by area, 22nd by population and 11th by the GDP. Moreover, let’s mention once again the construction was initiated despite the existence and normal operation of Stapleton!
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