Anomalies of the impregnable mountain of Kankar-Punsum

Anomalies of the impregnable mountain Kankar-PunsumPhotos from open sources of

Top Kankar-Punsum (in another interpretation of its translation called Gangkhar-Puensum) still remains impregnable for climbers. This is the highest mountain in the kingdom of Bhutan, its height 7570 meters above sea level, and this peak in its height considered the fortieth in the world.

However, why is he still rebellious? To begin with, this the mysterious mountain was mapped only in 1922, and even then inaccurate since the first cartographic expedition to this peak at all in some fantastic way I didn’t notice how I didn’t find Kankar-Punsum and the first team of climbers who decided to conquer impregnable peak. That’s why the sacred mountain of Kankar-Punsum even considered “floating”, it is marked on the map for this reason it’s inaccurate why there is still a dispute between Bhutan and China, whose she.

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The Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan has opened its mountains for climbers only in 1983, in 1985-86, did Kankar-Punsum try to conquer several teams of climbers, but all of these attempts failed success: the peak seemed to not let people in, arranging the weather right there and even mystical anomalies. In 1994, the government of Bhutan banned climbing peaks over 6,000 meters, and since 2004 in kingdom generally mountaineering is banned because it “contrary to local beliefs and traditions.”

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Ufologists immediately said that the authorities of Bhutan reinforced suspicion researchers that aliens are associated with Mount Kankar-Punsum. The fact is that local residents constantly observe flights here mysterious silver discs. By the way, from the local dialect the peaks translates as “the white peak of three godbrothers,” therefore Ufologists believe that in the bowels of the mountain are bases of three alien races. It is the aliens who are not allowed on their “sacred” mountain climbers (see this video below).

By the way, we note that in 1998, Japanese climbers at support of the Chinese Mountaineering Association set out yet to conquer Kankar-Punsum, climbing the peak from its northern side, that is, from Tibet. However, the incessant border dispute between Bhutan and China, and the Japanese had to to conquer the neighboring peak of Gangkhar-Puensum North at 7535 meters, who has not yet submitted to anyone.

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The Government of Bhutan shows no interest in exploration of the Kankar-Punsum mountain, rather, on the contrary, in every way prevents this, and therefore, we must assume that this peak will remain unconquered, and it’s not clear for what reason – for terrestrial or alien …

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