View Full Version : Nicholas Roerich

08-25-2014, 06:07 PM
There is a mysterious Man in recent History, and rumors about his chest containing the Philosophers stone. And many great men like Einstein, Schoppenhauer or Plank visited him, to touch the stone to be enlighted.

He was also an Advisor close to the US Administration and the man behind the design of the one dollar bill. Did he really know somerhing, or was he a fake?

Some references:




And google some more

08-26-2014, 06:34 AM
Interesting, I found an article on Cintamani in Wikipedia...

Cintāmaṇi (or the Cintamani Stone) is a wish-fulfilling jewel within both Hindu and Buddhist traditions, equivalent to the philosopher's stone in Western alchemy...

The Tibetan expedition of 1925-28 by Nicholas Roerich is often associated with the Cintamani Stone. Reportedly Roerich, living at that time in New York and being active in the League of Nations, was tasked with returning a fragment of the Stone to Tibet. From the letters of the future US Vice-President Henry A. Wallace it can be deduced that Roerich also brought the Stone to the US. According to many occult writings, the Stone is kept in the underground city of Shambhala and fragments of it are to be lend out to humanity to assist them in the time of great disasters and wars. Roerich travelled to Tibet with the Stone (after a mysterious detour to Russia via Siberia); it is speculated that he indeed reached Shambhala, as he was thought missing between summer of 1927 and June of 1928, when the entourage mysteriously reappeared in India.

Source: Cintamani Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cintamani)


08-26-2014, 02:21 PM
That Hollywood never picked it up may show how respected this man still is, in powerful circles.

Not sure about the green stone tho. He had this mysterious wooden Box, but who knows what was inside. It was said, the content of the box was then buried under the corner stone of the Roerich building in NY, and one day a murdered person was found right there in the basement.

Watching Roerichs painting, one could think he was on drugs, or could there be a message in the sequence of colors, and all the snow?

08-26-2014, 02:49 PM
This reminds me of Hudson:
..,However it is more, or less, than stone. Scientists would not be able to study it completely because it exists only partially in humanities concept of matter and space.

Well maybe Hudson read it too.