Shocking! 200 Year Old Mongolian Monk Mummy Still Alive!

A mummified monk found in the lotus position in Mongolia is 'not dead' and is instead one stage away from becoming a real-life Buddha!

#3 Shocking Discovery

#3 Shocking Discovery

What would you think if someone found a 200 year old mummified body that looked like this? It would astonish you I assume. Now think about how you would feel and react if you were told this mummified 200 year old body of a buddhist monk was, in fact, alive! Discovered in the lotus position, covered in animal hide, in the Songinokhairkhan district, close to the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar, this monk's body was completely preserved.

Forensic examinations are being carried out on the remains, which investigators believe belong to a man who may have been a Lama, or a teacher of Tibetan Buddhism. An expert has claimed the monk may have been in a rare spiritual state known as "tukdam" and is in fact, alive. Forensic examinations are under way on the amazing remains, which are believed to be around 200 years old. Read on to discover the truth, through the words of experts. This discovery will shock you!

#2 Buddhist Monk

#2 Buddhist Monk

Initial speculation is that the mummy could be a teacher of Lama Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov. Born in 1852, Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov was a Buryat Buddhist Lama of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, best known for the lifelike state of his body. Ganhugiyn Purevbata, who is the founder and professor of the Mongolian Institute of Buddhist Art at Ulaanbaatar Buddhist University gave a statement.

He said, "The Lama is sitting in the lotus position vajra, the left hand is opened, and the right hand symbolizes of the preaching Sutra. This is a sign that the Lama is not dead, but is in a very deep meditation according to the ancient tradition of Buddhist lamas." The mummified remains, which were covered in cattle skin, were found on January 27 in the Songinokhairkhan province of Mongolia.

#1 The Video

However, there is more to the story and now police have revealed that the monk had been stolen from another part of the country and was about to be sold off. What a twist in the story. An unnamed official said that it was taken from a cave in the Kobdsk region by a man who then hid it in his own home in Ulaanbaatar. He had then been planning to sell it on the black market at a very high price with local media claiming he wanted to take it over the Mongolian border. Police uncovered the plot and quickly arrested a 45-year-old, named only as Enhtor. The monk is now being guarded at the National Centre of Forensic Expertise at Ulaanbaatar. Check out the video and see the whole truth.

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