Chinese Cave Heavens

" If we turn to Chinese folklore, ... we find a time lapse of hundreds of
years. There is a book entitled " The Report Concerning the Cave Heavens and
Lands of Happiness in Famous Mountains," by Tu Kuang-t'ing, who lived from
850 to 933 A.D. This book lists ten 'cave heavens 'and thirty-six 'small
cave heavens' that were supposed to exist beneath the mountains in China.
Here are the reported experiences of a man who entered a passageway leading
to one of these cave heavens:

After walking ten miles, he suddenly found himself in a beautiful land ' with
a clear blue sky, shining pinkish clouds, fragrant flowers, densely growing
willows, towers the color of cinnabar, pavilions of red jade, and far flung
palaces.' He was met by a group of lovely, seductive women, who brought him
to a house of jasper, and played him beautiful music while he drank ' a
ruby-red drink and a jade-colored juice.' Just as he felt the urge to let
himself be seduced, he remembered his family and returned to the
passaageway. Led by a strange light that danced before him, he walked back
through the cave to the outer world; but when he reached his home village,
he did not recognize anyone he saw, and when he arrived at his house, he met
his own descendents of nine generations hence. They told him that one of
their ancestors had disappeared into a cavern three hundred years before and
had never been seen again.'

Here we find the same dilation effect that repeatedly appears in European
Folklore. This effect, plus the fact that the man found himself in a land
with a blue sky and clouds indicates that the cave passageway led to to a
parallel world.

From Alien Identities, by Dr. Richard L. Thompson: ]


"And here is something else Chinese from Fate Magazine, September of 1990 issue, as quoted by William Michael Mott in his book Caverns, Cauldrons and Concealed Creatures, :

"In 1987, a group of scientists from Peking University were settting up to film wildlife in deep pools - unplumbed, really - near Wuhan, Hubei Province. As they were setting up their cameras and cables, three gigantic beasts, with gaping mouths six feet wide, emerged from the water and began to swim towards the stunned men, who were led by Professor Chen Mok Chun.

The group of nine witnesses described these creatures as 'giant toads', pale and ghastly, who examined the men with hunger; one of the things shot out a gigantic tongue, wrapped it around some camera tripods, and devoured them. The other two suddenly screamed horribly, and then all three submerged into the unexplored depths of the pool (Dr. Karl Shuker)."

These two paragraphs are to be found on Page 173 of the third edition, under part XIV, the deception of the depths, subheading 3, Water, Water, Everywhere. In the fourth edition, it is on Page 209.

It is not a good idea to go exploring underground caves and cavern worlds; not only are they the habitats of the creatures of European folkore, but there are other creatures down there, too. These giant toads originated from below.


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