PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY IN TIBET. HOW TO DISPATCH PLA SOLDIERS FROM LAKE MANASAROVAR TO SHANGHAI BEACH, THE BUDDHIST PARADISE ON THE SEA?

I describe ‘The Great Tibet Problem’ as its military occupation by People’s Liberation Army (PLA). The problem of occupation can be resolved by dispatching the PLA soldiers in Tibet to Shanghai Beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea. Shanghai, on China’s central coast, is the country’s biggest and most-populous city and a global financial hub with world’s busiest seaport. Shanghai or its nickname “Mo Dou” is often translated as “Demon City”, “Sin City”, and “Magic City.”

Lake Manasarovar is among the world’s highest freshwater lakes. At an elevation of 4,583 meters, the lake covers 412 square kilometers. With the northern part broader than the southern end, the deepest point of the lake is over 70 meters. The lake is purer than a sapphire and one can see through dozens of meters into the lake. The lake is located in the Burang County, 20 km southeast of the Mount Kailash

Covering more than 400 square kilometers of waters, Lake Manasarovar is the world’s highest freshwater lake which is revered a sacred place in four religions: Bön, Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. With 4587 meters above sea level and the average water depth of 46 meters. In the Buddhist scriptures, only a lake is called “mother of the World Rivers”, and that refers to Lake Manasarovar. It means “invincible lake” in the Tibetan words. According to legend, Lake Manasarovar is the lake in which a great Tibetan monk saw the letters “Aha”, ” Kha”, ” Mha”. These three initials helped the search team to locate the current the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. The three initials stand for the province, the district, and the monastery in which the current Dalai Lama was born, i.e. Ahamdho, Khumbum, and Taktser respectively.

In Tibetan language, Manasarovar means “invincible lake”. In “Regions In Great Tang”, wrote by monk Xuanzang, Lake Manasarovar was regarded as the sacred Yaochi Lake of Nirvana. In the 11th century Buddhism won in the competition against the local Bon Religion and changed the lake’s name from “Machui Co” into “Manasarovar”, which means the “Invincible Lake”, in the hope of winning more believers in Tibet. In Tibetan Buddhism, it is believed that bathing with the water of Manasarovar will drive off avaricious desires, troubled thoughts and past sins; drinking the water will keep healthy and away from disease; while circling the lake will bring boundless beneficence to the pilgrims. Thus all the pilgrims to Tibet will come to Manasarovar and regard circling and drinking from the lake as their greatest fortune. Throughout the year, numerous pilgrims and visitors are attracted to the holy Mt. Kailash and the Lake Manasarovar. It is also 1 of 3 Holy Lakes in Tibet (the other 2 are Namtso Lake and Yamdrok Tso Lake).
The Indian poet Kalidasa once wrote that the waters of Lake Manasarovar are “like pearls” and that to drink them erases the “sins of a hundred lifetimes.” How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
Lake Manasarovar, or Mapam Yumtso (Victorious Lake) in Tibetan, is the most venerated of Tibet’s many lakes and one of its most beautiful. How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
Lake Manasarovar, meaning “Invincible Jasper Lake” in Tibetan, is located in Burang County, Ngari, Tibet and 30 kilometers (10 miles) southeast of Mount Kailash. With an altitude of 4,588 meters (15,049 feet), it is one of the highest freshwater lakes in the world. How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
Soldiers patrol the border in snow in Tibet with the temperature dropping to minus thirty degrees Celsius on January 14, 2020. The sentry post, located near the Lake Manasarovar in Ngari prefecture has an average altitude of over 4,800 meters above sea level. (Photo: China News Service/ Liu Xiaodong/ Dang Hongbo) How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
Soldiers patrol the border in snow in Tibet with the temperature dropping to minus thirty degrees Celsius on January 14, 2020. The sentry post, located near the Lake Manasarovar in Ngari prefecture has an average altitude of over 4,800 meters above sea level. (Photo: China News Service/ Liu Xiaodong/ Dang Hongbo) How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
Soldiers patrol the border in snow in Tibet with the temperature dropping to minus thirty degrees Celsius on January 14, 2020. The sentry post, located near the Lake Manasarovar in Ngari prefecture has an average altitude of over 4,800 meters above sea level. (Photo: China News Service/ Liu Xiaodong/ Dang Hongbo) How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
Soldiers patrol the border in snow in Tibet with the temperature dropping to minus thirty degrees Celsius on January 14, 2020. The sentry post, located near the Lake Manasarovar in Ngari prefecture has an average altitude of over 4,800 meters above sea level. (Photo: China News Service/ Liu Xiaodong/ Dang Hongbo) How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
Soldiers patrol the border in snow in Tibet with the temperature dropping to minus thirty degrees Celsius on January 14, 2020. The sentry post, located near the Lake Manasarovar in Ngari prefecture has an average altitude of over 4,800 meters above sea level. (Photo: China News Service/ Liu Xiaodong/ Dang Hongbo) How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai Beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai Beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea?
How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea? Zhoushan is a well known beach and a tourist city.
It is more famous as a “Buddhist Paradise on the Sea.”
It offers some of the most beautiful scenery in Shanghai. Its blue water, golden sand, sparkling stones, islands and mountain peaks gives you a feeling of paradise.

In my analysis, Babylon mentioned in the New Testament Book Revelation, Chapters 17 and 18 is the code name for the Evil Empire represented by Beijing. The word “EVIL” means Calamity, Catastrophe, Disaster, Doom, or Apocalypse. A natural event will bring the sudden, unexpected downfall of the Evil Empire in one day forcing the retreat of all the military personnel from Occupied Tibet.

Revelation 18 is the eighteenth chapter of the Book of Revelation or the Apocalypse of John in the New Testament of the Bible. This chapter describes the Fall of Babylon the Great. In my view, Babylon is the code name for the Evil Empire represented by Beijing. How to dispatch the PLA soldiers from Lake Manasarovar to Shanghai beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea? A natural calamity may force their retreat.

Published by Bhavanajagat

Whole Man - Whole Theory: "I am Consciousness, Therefore I am" is my proposition to examine the reality of Man and the World in which he exists.

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