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Inside a Secret Underground Society

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  • Yes Theory
    Yes Theory  Year ago +1482

    We’re back! And… what.. a strange adventure.. We honestly got quite close to not sharing this after filming it but after sitting on this footage for a while we decided to release it. Our friend @LexieLimitless told us about this place a few years ago after she already went to visit. She came with us to help us capture this unique experience, and we recommend checking her channel out if you haven’t already :) clip-share.net/user/LexieLimitless

    • Laura Aw.
      Laura Aw. Month ago

      @Magnus - But if there is no ressurection of the dead, then Christ has not been raised; If Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain and your faith is in vain.
      We are even found to be misinterpreting God, because we testified of God that he raised Christ whom he did not raise if it is true that the dead are not raised.
      For if the dead are not raised , then Christ has not been raised.
      If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile and you are still in your sins.
      Then those who have fallen asleep in Christ have perished .
      If for this life only we have hoped in Christ, we are of all men to be pitied"
      (1Corinthians 15:13-19)
      He who walks in uprightness fears the LORD, but he who is devious in his ways despises him"(Proverbs 14: 2)
      Do you hate Jesus because you have broken the 10 commandments? Are you a lying, adulterous thief , disobedient to parents and authority and an idolater at heart?

    • King Fisher
      King Fisher 2 months ago

      Until the Kool-Aid starts to get stirred.....

    • Santa Clase
      Santa Clase 3 months ago

      Thanks for sharing🥰🥰🥰 it all true

  • Someone 45
    Someone 45 Year ago +4519

    I love how Thomas and Amar where trying to be nice and understand the lady and also them trying not to say it’s a cult

    • Jesse Geens
      Jesse Geens 8 days ago

      It’s definitely a cult

    • Raider_ Reaper_
      Raider_ Reaper_ Month ago +1

      "I don't understand a thing she was talking about" said 3 times in the first 10 minutes while giggling at the camera , so respectful. They would have got so much more footage and knowledge if they didn't act like that and we're open minded

    • Raider_ Reaper_
      Raider_ Reaper_ Month ago +1

      @Ben Sutton the definition of a Cult and Religion are the exact same word for word in the dictionary.

  • Gabriel Fenner
    Gabriel Fenner 9 months ago +467

    I also travelled here. Myself and my crew were the first people to ever film in there. A bizarre experience seeing it all from your perspective. Glad you had as much difficulty understanding as we did

    • Spice Smuggler
      Spice Smuggler Month ago

      @This Life everytime someone talks about 'truths' and 'science they want us to believe' they just show their ignorance on science and make their own truths in their 'indigo children' minds. Just because you dont understand mathematics, phisics and biology it does not mean it is a false truth.

    • Laura Aw.
      Laura Aw. Month ago

      Occult means hidden and cannot be measured like Science. Yeah that is what this is called. Occult

    • umop3plsdn
      umop3plsdn 2 months ago

      Do you have the footage that you filmed there?

    • falalalalaa
      falalalalaa 3 months ago +1

      @But this one goes to eleven! And then college physics would show you you're wrong.

  • Rebecca Aldrich
    Rebecca Aldrich 10 months ago +271

    Applause for the guy with black hair. I liked his open mindedness and lack of prejudgment about the people there at the beautiful temple. I like that he got something from the experience.

    • El ina
      El ina 27 days ago +1

      ​@Spice Smuggler he never said he believes in ghosts and aliens but he always was open minded enough to talk to people who believe in those things with compassion and understanding because he accepts the fact that there are many different people in this world with different beliefs and views and it's their right to do so, he doesn't put anyone in a box as a "weirdo" or "crazy" or "naive" like it makes others opinion and beliefs less valuable than opinion of "normal" ones. He's respectful and open minded.

    • Carolevw
      Carolevw 28 days ago +1

      @Spice Smuggler He's certainly more sensitive than you, which probably wouldn't be too hard. One of a few that don't want to venture down the rabbit hole of existence?
      Ghosts are just visiting spirits and aliens are just unknown life forms in the universe. It is US that put a weird and scary stance on them.
      Also Yes Theory behavior is designed to play out or dramatize what's happening, to keep you entertained. They are pretty good at it, aren't they?

    • Spice Smuggler
      Spice Smuggler 28 days ago +2

      @Carolevw Thats your opinion. I think he is extremely naive, he always believes in things like ghosts, aliens, spirits and so on... He is the epitome of a gullible and naive person.

    • Carolevw
      Carolevw 28 days ago +2

      ​@Spice Smuggler in all their videos Ammar has not ever shown himself to be gullible or naive, but he is in touch with his feelings and is open minded, which is hard to find in people today. If they did not feel ok with this stuff they would have backed out.

  • Amber Heard's Bumpy Knuckles
    Amber Heard's Bumpy Knuckles 8 months ago +177

    How has this "community" gone so under-the-radar for so long. Such beautiful, incredible structures and art... Those underground temples! I agree it may be the "8th wonder of the world". Mind blown.

    • Brian Lopez
      Brian Lopez 4 months ago

      Because they wanted to keep it so, possibly bc the origins at least seem to be cult-y

    • Rachel Singer MacDonald
      Rachel Singer MacDonald 5 months ago +13

      And they actually dug it out in secret. I did some reading about it, and watched a DVD. They had to do it secretly, but they did! And decorated it all under cover of night.

  • Priyanka Devi
    Priyanka Devi 10 months ago +239

    Being Indian, I spotted our culture's deities Sri Krishna, Shiva & Parvat, in the temple walls. This hidden gem, it's mind-blowing, so serene. It depicts how big actually the world and it's different cultures are!

    • Bebe T
      Bebe T 5 months ago +1

      @prod. FlackoThe4th hahaha 😂 wow you're funny!

    • prod. FlackoThe4th
      prod. FlackoThe4th 6 months ago +3

      @Cm1214 wow you’re so woke, you’re my new god

    • Priyanka Devi
      Priyanka Devi 7 months ago +3

      @Christina Fotaki Namaste 🙏

    • Christina Fotaki
      Christina Fotaki 7 months ago +6

      Everything begins from Bharat! Namaste 🙏

  • IceCube Olivia
    IceCube Olivia 5 months ago +49

    Setting asides the time travelling magic, the art in this place is incredible. Hope these people can live in peace.

  • Shane Lambert
    Shane Lambert Year ago +2280

    “If it makes them happy, if it makes them productive and if it makes them loving towards each other and the planet… then who are we to judge?” Well said.

    • Martha Bomet
      Martha Bomet 3 months ago

      @G me too 🤔

    • Stranger Things
      Stranger Things 3 months ago

      The Bible. That is all.

    • PontikiPsito4
      PontikiPsito4 4 months ago

      @Rachel Singer MacDonald please provide a single piece of evidence that i have emitted

    • Rachel Singer MacDonald
      Rachel Singer MacDonald 4 months ago

      @PontikiPsito4 lol. You are obviously not accepting all the evidence. You're letting your biases control your judgement.

    • Roquell Millington
      Roquell Millington 4 months ago +1

      Greatest lie ever!

  • HereComesAWoman
    HereComesAWoman 7 months ago +49

    I am so grateful you posted this story. I love the strange and this was an absolutely magical and beautiful place. The colors...I can’t even imagine how awestruck I would be to see it in person. Amazing!

  • Ale Massa66
    Ale Massa66 8 months ago +123

    Assuming that I don't like closed communities and sects, they give me a sense of imprisonment, I can say, as an Italian, that in Italy we are very skeptical about Damanhur. Experiences like 'astral travel' have no scientific basis and are therefore hard to believe. But what strikes me about this community, having seen several videos and television programs about it, is that people are calm, I see them at peace with the world and nature, so there is certainly something positive in the experience of life they are leading.

    • Spice Smuggler
      Spice Smuggler Month ago

      @Kenneth Stoklund hahahh i did my research and i made my conclusions, there is no proof no study no nothing that would confirm it

    • Kenneth Stoklund
      Kenneth Stoklund Month ago

      Astral projection is very well documented. Do some research and you will find out

    • Spice Smuggler
      Spice Smuggler Month ago

      @N W scientists arent afraid to say they dont know while religions always have all the answers. Science only gets proven with the scientific method, read about that before spounting ignorant things.

  • Amy Hayutin
    Amy Hayutin 6 months ago +27

    Just as our understanding of dimensional reality beyond 3 is very limited, this video can only share so much of what this community is about. Very good effort! Thank you!

  • A. M.
    A. M. 3 months ago +11

    Wow, I'm Italian, part of my family is from that region of Italy (Piemonte) but I had never heard of this group of people. Makes sense that it's near Turin as Turin is a city a lot important for esoterism and magic

  • The Aging Games
    The Aging Games 8 months ago +57

    I've been in Damanhur 3 times and it's truly one of the most amazing places on Earth.

    • Spice Smuggler
      Spice Smuggler Month ago

      @Rachel Singer MacDonald they have amazing art, other than that it looks like mumbo jumbo

    • Rachel Singer MacDonald
      Rachel Singer MacDonald 4 months ago +1

      Does the energy feel different? why is it amazing?

    • Une dame
      Une dame 4 months ago +3

      Is there anything about them that is not shown in the video?

  • JDiamond78
    JDiamond78 10 months ago +10

    Without regarding how real or fake this civilization's beliefs are, this is a perfect model and example of how ancient legends came to light. And this society has been around for very little relative time, already coming up with all these different stories (real or fake it doesn't matter), we can now see how ancient civilizations' myths and stories sort of developed. We need to study this society more, so that we can further our understanding of other ancient societies.

  • drone rider
    drone rider 7 months ago +84

    I love to see people living creatively with a purpose, creating their own mini-society based on the values and ideals they want to have in their world. I was a little embarrassed at the twilight zone asides of the video makers, and it was obvious that they had rather rigid ideas about what is real and desirable, but the openness of the people who welcomed them and who were quite aware of the immaturity of their guests, and yet didn't care at all about it told me that they had a great understanding of how to get along in the world. Kudos to the video makers for their pioneering spirit and worldwide explorations.

    • micanikko
      micanikko 4 months ago +2

      @MisterDrgn well said👏🏼👏🏼

    • MisterDrgn
      MisterDrgn 5 months ago +7

      @Phedre No wait, I want to think this through more fully...
      My first thought would be that demons are evil. If love is putting others before yourself, then evil is putting yourself before others. Or more particularly actively harming others. So how is a bunch of people building a pretty house evil?
      But suppose instead you go with a literal interpretation of the Gospel. Jesus said the two greatest commandments are to love God and love your neighbor. So perhaps following a non-Christian religion is itself evil? But that would suggest that the billions of non-Christians theists in the world are evil, which, going back to my original comment, is a bit much.

    • MisterDrgn
      MisterDrgn 5 months ago +5

      @Phedre About as much as you, I'm guessing.

  • JoyKirsten
    JoyKirsten 7 months ago +28

    Thank you for deciding to post this! Regardless of sceptics and still feeling not sure about what happened, isn't that exactly what your channel is about? I love how you are sharing your own discomfort in this video and reading the reactions, how much discomfort it triggers from so many. I've been watching this video with great pleasure, it felt like around every corner there was a new surprise. People tend to put a label on everything and are confused when they can't. Some might call it a cult, others a microsociety, others a spiritual organisation, I guess the only right word is the name they gave themselves and that is what they are. As you said, if they are not hurting anyone but becoming productive, creative and live happily, why would any outsider need to judge it? Well done for the storytelling, i think it's one of your most honest videos and would actually love to see more content that even triggers us as watchers to a new level of discomfort. As one of my favourite quotes say "comfort is the enemy of progress", which is why I amazing you gave us something to progress in our minds.❤️
    Ps: Amar, you're such an incredible addition to these travel videos. So happy to see you there too!
    Pps: Maybe you've been before, but in Budhapest there is a cave you can go underground and experience true darkness, it's notbut it was one of my most interesting life experiences, and since you're in Europe now.. 👀

  • Cassie Thewes
    Cassie Thewes 4 months ago +56

    More than anywhere else in the world, this is where I want to be. What a surreal and beautiful place. I can’t imagine what kind of spiritual experience it would be. Thank you for exploring and filming this experience

    • Naomi Doner
      Naomi Doner 4 months ago +2

      @alrighty ru I'm afraid you discount human need for social interaction/community...we can't hide in our homes

    • Totalsweet Heart
      Totalsweet Heart 4 months ago +1

      Me too! I wanna go too

    • alrighty ru
      alrighty ru 4 months ago +3

      You're there already, make your home a reflection 🙏❤

  • Alecyia Piedro de oro roca

    Congratulations to these people who volunteered to be open minded knowing deep inside someone has their own journey to go through so proud of them

  • Michael Harkins
    Michael Harkins Year ago +2557

    "I'm an ant he's a gorilla, we are both black but different size."
    Ammar's face says it all lol

    • Severus Snape
      Severus Snape 2 months ago

      @Venti I think this is a western concept. I've never actually come across a native Asian from a homogeneous country that adopted the colonial identity that comes with being called black, brown, white or yellow.

    • leatebou
      leatebou 3 months ago

      Curent Egypt is mostly brown and light skin white. Egypt at the time of Pharaoh and pyramids was black with some (royalty and dignitaries) light skin(brown) due to the lack of exposure to to scorching sun.

    • Lori Gearhardt
      Lori Gearhardt 4 months ago

      @Sarah-Beruriah Bat Tzion She had a sense of humor, too.

    • Leetka🌟🦩
      Leetka🌟🦩 5 months ago +1

      She was JOKING

  • Devin Hurst
    Devin Hurst 7 months ago +14

    Great job on being open minded, listening, discerning; while still being honestly skeptical. Growing up in Southern California there were a number of groups that had similar belief systems that went off the rails. Great job folks! Great work!

  • walter Schaefer
    walter Schaefer 9 months ago +12

    Wow! Who could have imagined such complexity in art, and space, and time? You have had an adventure
    I know many of us watching would love to have a chance at. Too many people would actually spoil what
    they have created there. They might disrespect, or some other jealous and spiteful action. They took a
    chance on you guys doing a video about their lifestyle. They are actually what legends are born from!...

  • Gabrial Magnifesta
    Gabrial Magnifesta 5 months ago +27

    I lived here for a few months in 2016. It is still strange to me but I loved the people and community.

    • lewisisdaman
      lewisisdaman 3 months ago +1

      Nice! It looks like a beautiful place and lovely community. That's really cool that you spent time there.
      Is there much of an issue with the local people against the group? Or is the group not really considered a bad thing locally? I can see how people would maybe brand these people a 'cult' but I don't detect any leader figure making millions out of it and I don't think anyone necessarily has wrong intentions in there. Perhaps they are a group of misunderstood people in the main?

  • Themal Dissanayaka
    Themal Dissanayaka 8 months ago +9

    The second they entered the temple and started meditation I had goosebumps but like a good kind I thought I was just cold but it honestly felt like I was drawn to it y’all can believe or not but believe what you want to live life to the fullest

  • Mary Roux
    Mary Roux 8 months ago +48

    Wow! I just LOVED this. So happy that people and places like this do exist and not only in my dreams.

  • FlipCats
    FlipCats Year ago +1374

    Regardless of how absurd their beliefs are, that underground place is beautiful.

    • Totalsweet Heart
      Totalsweet Heart 4 months ago

      Why? Cuz u don’t agree? Doesn’t make it absurd and it is absolutely gorgeous rather b with them than people like you!

    • Lisa Mcdonald
      Lisa Mcdonald 5 months ago

      @YoungSosa The end has been expected for 2,000 years, give or take a few. Those "signs" have been seen over and over. Symbolic language is open to interpretation. If your beliefs make you a better person, I'm glad.

  • National Organization Aiding Homelessness Inc

    Imagine the tunnels and other vast underground cities You haven't seen and makes this look like a nice backyard playhouse/sandbox.

  • Plumbusman
    Plumbusman 10 months ago +18

    Thank you for being brave enough to make this part of your content. There's so many people who can feel disgust and fear about the weirdness of them being a "cult" and whackos, but the art, history, and sure vastness of the architecture is well worth noting.
    Stay brave! 🌎✌❤

  • Robin Hadder
    Robin Hadder 7 months ago +6

    If you liked the art in that underground temple, please check out the "White Temple," in Chaing Rai, Thailand. It is modern and completely stunning and moving art.

  • carbon1479
    carbon1479 9 months ago +17

    TY, I hadn't even heard of this and in my own case I spent time in a few Hermetic orders (AMORC, BOTA, etc.). My take on this stuff first and foremost - it can be incredibly helpful, not just in terms of health and internal holism but also in the self-authoring context, to be able to amphibiously play in these spheres, the trick is you have to explore it on your own, find what works for you, and not let anyone tell you that there's 'one way' to do it (though it helps to see how deep some of the systems go). The idea is that all of it very well could be auto-suggestion, the trick is then to look at the autosuggestion as a toolkit and figure out the different ways you can leverage it to heal when needed but also be able to shift your own gears more manually and take the maintenance of your own internal psyche in a more hands-on manner. For magick and anything like that at this point - I really don't know, I've found enough that's of value without needing to stress external validity of internal experiences that I stay open-minded to the possibility that we might be dealing with broader forms of consciousness (a lot of interesting theories pop-up like Hoffman and Prakash's Conscious Realism or Wolfram's hypergraph and rulial space which tied out with panpsychism or functionalism go to the same place) but - to be utterly fair to those who are more skeptically inclined, we even know now that DMT can carve off seemingly autonomous entities within us in waking states the way we'd experience our landscapes in dreams, so by that point trying to pin something down as truly external rather than internal seems like like an exercise in futility. That's where you really have to lean on this stuff pragmatically on one hand and keep your sense of survival and threat salience well ordered at the same time.

  • Joshua Kras
    Joshua Kras 2 months ago +1

    I'm new to the channel, and videos like this are the reason you're quickly becoming one of my personal favorite creators. Thank you for doing what you do, and look forward to seeing more videos like this

  • Dan Dela Cruz
    Dan Dela Cruz Year ago +1377

    I hope the initial tiredness they felt as they entered the hall with the spheres is not because of oxygen deprivation as a result of being underground.

    • Sara D
      Sara D 5 months ago +1

      I had training for a job years ago at some office building and the room I was in was on the interior of the huge building with zero windows! I spent just a few hours there but it felt wayyy longer and I was drained and exhausted. Similar feeling when leaving a theater after watching a long movie if that makes sense. That could be why they described feeling tired. Just my first thought that came to mind.

    • Sayuna Pleiadian Soul Messenger Divine TwinFlame
      Sayuna Pleiadian Soul Messenger Divine TwinFlame 6 months ago

      @JudahBGames HD yes remembering pastlifeis different and brings emotion and resonance.

    • judy smith
      judy smith 6 months ago +2

      Demonic oppression.

    • drone rider
      drone rider 7 months ago

      There's a species of rat that seal themselves in their burrows and the CO2 rises and the oxygen falls with the result that they have very high metabolisms and live healthily for a long time. Sorry I can't remember the name of the species.

  • TL SM
    TL SM 10 months ago +11

    I watched this after Thomas's most recent video about changing the path of Yes Theory & it makes his "time travel" experience make a little sense. Wanting to find a way to guide people to get over the hill & feeling like they were going to be safe & find their way kinda came true.

  • John McCall
    John McCall 10 months ago +6

    Watching yall walk through the underground temple almost made me feel like I was tripping lol. Suoer cool to know that something like that is out there. Kind of reminds me of Alex and Alison Grey's work at Cosm in NY

  • Dilly_Sauce
    Dilly_Sauce 8 months ago +5

    I’ve have yet to find such fulfilling content on Clip-Share other than yes theory. Please never stop ❤️

  • Haynes Atteh
    Haynes Atteh 5 months ago +60

    Intriguing, I always knew there was more to life and i have also been looking for a way to find not only protection but a way to be influential to the human society

    • Haynes Atteh
      Haynes Atteh 5 months ago +1

      @Bartholet Bay oh really, i just saw his website, interesting.i will leave him a message

    • Bartholet Bay
      Bartholet Bay 5 months ago +2

      @Haynes Atteh Well it is not and you can't actually expect it to be open to everyone, but if you want to know more you can look up ANTHONY MARK SZYMON online you will find something interesting..

    • Haynes Atteh
      Haynes Atteh 5 months ago

      @Bartholet Bay hi, isn't the brotherhood a myth?

    • Bartholet Bay
      Bartholet Bay 5 months ago +1

      oh well you can achieve that by being a part of the illuminatus brotherhood, i know it sounds like a mystery but there are ways you can actually get in contact with them.

  • Andrea Raia
    Andrea Raia 7 months ago +9

    Pushing yourself outside your comfort zone can bring to such an amazing beautiful place. But I also think that over thinking can hurt you.

    MRNBD Year ago +1895

    I went to Damanhur 2 years ago, visited the temples and spent a day talking with tons of different people, but wow guys it’s always impressive to see the magnificence of those underground structures. Good job guys, as usual 💜

    • Vochus 1
      Vochus 1 6 months ago

      @judy smith I’ve been born again for about a year and a half. We serve a mighty God hallelujah

    • Paul Lapthorn
      Paul Lapthorn 6 months ago

      @judy smith we are all gods children at different levels , this includes lucifer gods son

    • judy smith
      judy smith 6 months ago

      @Vochus 1 Amen brother.

    • judy smith
      judy smith 6 months ago

      @Klover Wise The Word is like a sword it cut's. Vochus shared Truth without sugar coating anything. He judged no one. He backed everything up with scripture. I would whether be told the Truth and have the opportunity to accept Jesus as Lord and Saviour and not be found in hell.

    • judy smith
      judy smith 6 months ago

      @Paul Lapthorn We are sinners. Jesus is perfect with no sin. We are humans. There's not but one God.

  • Linda Bervoets
    Linda Bervoets 10 months ago +4

    Wow I'm flabbergasted! This is like nothing I have ever seen. Some things they do and say are a little strange to me, but to be honest most of it is not that unusual when you are interested in spirituality. A lot is quite common. Like the idea that everything is happening at the same time. The temples and the artwork though are so incredible and magical! I just must visit this place to see for myself and feel what's happening there. I'm going to make it happen one day soon I hope. So curious how it's going to feel to be there. Thanks for sharing! And thanks that you are so transparent and honest when making a video like this. You are so real and inspiring because of it! I love it! 🙏🏼❤️

  • Big Man Free-G
    Big Man Free-G 10 months ago +8

    This video was my 1st yes theory video. It lead me down a 3 day seek discomfort rabbit hole and now needless to say im a subscriber. Love these ppl n they're over all movement n energy .

  • MTM Community
    MTM Community 6 months ago +3

    I've been in a place like this and it's crazy. Cameras can't define how crazy it actually looks

  • Maria Eussen
    Maria Eussen 9 months ago +15

    Love Damanhur, stayed for a whole week, every day a different Temple. Making your little Statue, which stays there and that’s what you saw!!!! Great experience!

  • Brandon Henderson
    Brandon Henderson 8 months ago +2

    Love that y’all teamed up with Lexie Limitless. Love seeing her travels.

  • Salma Momen
    Salma Momen Year ago +655

    Although the beliefs seem, to me at least, absurd and weird, i was amazed by the complexity of the underground caves and tunnels, would absolutely love to go there one day! glad that u guys are back

    • jeff briere
      jeff briere 10 months ago +6

      absurd, weird, well... so you know everything they practice as far as crystals future/ past and so on, is all possible through meditation - meditation opens you up to supernatural abilities over long amounts of time and effort. Those people have created an environment that is tailored to spiritual evolution. It is actually very astonishing. You can do amazing things and when you are able to do those amazing things you have evolved enough to not care about showing them off

    • Anne
      Anne Year ago +6

      if you believe in god you are as absurd as them at least to me. when people think others religion are ridiculous it always makes me laugh when I ask what they believe in. Even if they believe in nothing. Believing in nothing is as absurd as believing in something.

    • Salma Momen
      Salma Momen Year ago +1

      davud yess

    • Salma Momen
      Salma Momen Year ago +1

      @Lachimolala yess it was so absurd and it just didnt mean anything

    • Lachimolala
      Lachimolala Year ago +16

      And when that guy showed them the futuristic looking machines without even explaining what they were and then didn't allow any filming?? Bet they were just some LED lights for aesthetics

  • Mark Sprawson
    Mark Sprawson 10 months ago +15

    That was SO much fun! And weirdly illuminating. If the part of my brain that produces and signals curiosity had a mouth, that mouth would be watering like Niagara Falls smelling and anticipating being served up the most delicious taco in the world... if Niagara Falls ate and loved Mexican food.
    You guys are awesome. SUBSCRIBED!

    • Lily
      Lily 10 months ago +3

      Lmao haha nice one

  • Nancy Giri Mahadei
    Nancy Giri Mahadei 9 months ago +3

    Wow. I would love the opportunity to be welcomed to such a beautiful place and it's so obvious how the people seem at peace and truly happy.. Yes when anyone gets the invitation to go as a visitor, either as members of the press etc, one must have an open mind and just embrace the knowledge.. Absolutely amazed by the artwork too.

  • Iris Rivas
    Iris Rivas 5 months ago +3

    Who are we to judge their happiness. It's nice that this adventure give them an open mind about the place and the people. Very nice documentary ❤️

  • Carmaela 26
    Carmaela 26 4 months ago +6

    That temple is crazy beautiful even if I find it strange. I have to admire the craftsmanship.

  • Ela Tomala
    Ela Tomala 5 months ago +3

    Such a fascinating place and experience you all had going there. A few years ago I met a man and his daughter. We had a very interesting conversation in a WAWA. He told me he was from 30 years into the future. He had on the most unique beautiful amulet. Not only was it on his chest when her turned their was another one on his back. The most unique jewels were all over both sides. He allowed me to physically touch them. They definitely had energy contained within them.

  • Watt Vlogs
    Watt Vlogs Year ago +510

    This has got to be one of the strangest yet coolest 22 mins of yes theory my mind is blown 🤣

    • JudahBGames HD
      JudahBGames HD Year ago +2

      They respond to all the stuff that's religious though. When they did the Hindu stuff they acted the same way. Most of this is just the possibilities your mind thinks of. It's just picking thoughts out of your mind and creating stories, the human brain is crazy and this is how it works. It's the same as dreams, whatever your brain pulls up first, it throws it in a melting pot. Their minds are just cycling through things they already have learned. You will notice through all these things that they never bring up things that are new to them, things they haven't discovered. If this were truly brought from past lives, they would "remember" things that they didn't already know, but their brain is just pulling up things they already have known as said before.

  • Lucas Guaraldo
    Lucas Guaraldo 11 months ago +2

    this for me is a huge crazy art expression expossition, those murals and work are incredibly intricate and its just stuning

  • Halen T
    Halen T 9 months ago +4

    So glad you did this. I totally understand what they are doing. We are powerful humans. We just gave our powers to our governments. Thanks so much for connecting with these higher powers.

  • Tombi Mashri
    Tombi Mashri 7 months ago +3

    Don t understand all this myself but we got to give it up to them for building such a place with so much creativity

  • cheryl lines
    cheryl lines 5 months ago +1

    Nice to see you guys back, been watching Lexi for inspiration while u were awol 😅 I definitely want to know more about this place & with the current climate it would be as good a place as any to await 'THE BIG RESET' There is so much uncertainty around humanities path atm, this weird & wonderful society may offer a welcome sanctuary to a disillusioned Global Citizen🙏

  • Google User
    Google User 8 months ago +4

    Well, this was interesting. Who knew?! Thanks for filming this for the rest of us.

  • David Farner
    David Farner Year ago +492

    I had no idea that my belief systems would qualify me for a crazy Italian cult of groovy people and artists and wacky neighbors in north Italy. I think I’ve found my tribe.

    • Alisha Vorster
      Alisha Vorster 5 months ago

      You couldn't have said it better. Same here

    • Fredah Wiwu
      Fredah Wiwu 8 months ago


    • Beate Hurnik
      Beate Hurnik 10 months ago

      Love to connect?

    • E S
      E S 11 months ago

      @Mr.Awesomestar7 Amen.

    • HellsBells
      HellsBells Year ago +3

      For real. I was hearing everything they were saying like yeah time travel ✅ dream exploration yup ✅ energy centers mmhm ✅

  • Derik Everett
    Derik Everett 7 months ago +2

    So cool you went there. I could see the experience opening your minds a bit from the mainstream society. This place looks amazing to me

    • H Sh
      H Sh 6 months ago

      Yes, I agree

  • QueueInOnwardAmerica
    QueueInOnwardAmerica 5 months ago +2

    I love how they're soo down to earth and even to to show how their faith goes into everyday life with them.

  • fonzi881
    fonzi881 3 months ago +14

    i love your videos . it is inspiring to me . and have given me idees to live my life better . whn i had darker times i saw your videos . and it helped me alot even with some tears . as a young father of 3 you guys make me love my life kids and future wife even more . i even got the book of Wim Hof becouse you changed my life in the positive way ( from belgium ) . thank you for your content and please make a book . never regret life never regret your decisions . really thank you for what you do . and im sorry for my english .much love from beveren citty belgium my kids thank you

  • Sidilicious
    Sidilicious 10 months ago +5

    I’m so glad I took a risk and watched this. So much art and creativity and earnest imagination! I didn’t see a hint of cult, was there? As an artist I was very impressed. That’s my kind of Utopia, living in fanciful abodes in a rural community.

    • Sidilicious
      Sidilicious 8 months ago

      @Queleb yeah, that makes perfect sense.

    • Queleb
      Queleb 10 months ago +2

      They are a cult and people who have left have broke storied about what it's like online if you're curious- They just have good PR for stuff like this or if you do tours. Super cool art and architecture though

  • Nancy m Cleveland
    Nancy m Cleveland 7 months ago +2

    I'd love LOVE to visit this place for a G5 meditative session. I think these folks would be a great boost for a vivid experience.

  • Being Integrated
    Being Integrated Year ago +683

    Oh man I went here over a decade ago and stayed for 2 weeks, getting a full tour. The trip was organized by artist Alex Grey. I read an article about the place in What Is Enlightenment? magazine and it sounded cool and also saw an ad in the same magazine that Alex Grey was taking a group so I was like fuck it, I'm gonna go.
    I can honestly say everyone I met there was lovely. We even got to have dinner and hang out in regular people's houses there. I met people my own age at the time (I was 22 then), many of whom had grown up there, and they were totally down to earth and chill, but the one girl I really talked to said she was probably not going to stay living there but had nothing bad to say about the place. It was like a kid growing up in a small town, she wanted to live in a proper city.
    So yeah after 2 weeks there and having countless interactions with the people there, they all seemed shockingly normal, just decent people trying to live their lives. Also as a community they have a wonderful sense of humor and they live mostly normal lives on a day to day basis. Sure the ceremonies they have are pretty out there, but most people in the community just live a normal day to day lives and are generous and caring towards one another and also good to other locals that aren't part of the community.

    • schmemmm
      schmemmm 8 months ago

      @AmyRach1979 No worries, happy alien conversing and ufo and uso spotting! I hope you get your contact.

    • AmyRach1979
      AmyRach1979 8 months ago

      @schmemmm 🥰 thank you

    • Lily
      Lily 10 months ago

      @Vochus 1 u believe its jesus who makes u quitte nicotine. Its more your awareness of what is good for you, your consciousness rised higher, your vibration changed and then the desire for bad things will disappear. That's no religion, thats spirituality. This is possible in many ways and if u believe that jesus helped you, then that's your placebo and that's great. But dont bring it to other people as absolute truth. For all u know it was the devil tricking u.

    • Lily
      Lily 10 months ago

      @Vochus 1 I bet u were on DMT just as Moses was from the Acacia tree. Or was it true meditation?

  • Dakumauler
    Dakumauler 10 months ago +1

    That was a amazing video that I enjoy a lot. Thanks for the hard work you all do.

  • Cosmic Girl
    Cosmic Girl 2 months ago

    Omg you went! I’ve had this place on my list for years but kinda worried that it’s a cult and I’ll lose my mind, very happy to see this!

  • Dawn
    Dawn 3 months ago +1

    Seriously!?! Almost didn't post!?! This is prob most intriguing video I have seen.
    It's almost like that temple captured all historic life before the lifeless generation of AI begins processing all the uninspired creations of art and things. I found it wonderful and amazing and took my breath away at times. A bit freaky in some areas but who wouldn't fear anything seemedly out of this world.

    BOSSANOVA BOSSANOVA 10 months ago +2

    she might be right about remembering the past and future tho. i was told very specific details about my future by someone and i thought they were full of it. years ago. it all played out. the black paint on the yellow metal post and the paint was kinda like a snake, at a job in a building he described with people he described saying things he said they would say. the job i just lost and why i lost and a lot of details about the job and people there, the place i live in now and how i found it, this ed edd n eddy shirt next to me that i found a week ago in the way he said i would find it....this video. i never saw it but he mentioned things in here. its like this is all some crazy fever dream and we really ARE all just one being, the universe experiencing itself because it feels like it. theres too much to suggest it

  • Tulasi Estrella
    Tulasi Estrella 6 months ago +2

    I did a whole year of fear challenges. The journey innevitably leads you to spiritual stuff. I was a skeptic until my life started taking that turn. Being open to new experiences is true living 🌻🌈💜

  • Karina Fafara
    Karina Fafara Year ago +851

    The art and craftsmanship is incredible but as an artist that goes to art uni, in all honesty it looks AND SOUNDS like a bunch of eccentric art students just left to start their own lil masterpiece cult. But i agree as long as they live happily without hindering others lives and forcing their beliefs onto others, it's totally okay. Also I'm Polish and the entire temple and place gave me "Akademia Pana Kleksa" vibes, which is a very old iconic Polish movie with strange noises, visuals and magic mixed with science colorful storyline.

    • thetasurfers
      thetasurfers 5 months ago

      it also bears strong similiarities to Ernst Fuchs' art (check out his museum built in former Otto Wagner Villa in Vienna, Austria) and the visionairy art community.

    • Leetka🌟🦩
      Leetka🌟🦩 5 months ago

      NOT a cult...STOPPP

    • One Lima
      One Lima 6 months ago +1

      @Yunhosmile💋 yes. You can learn technics. You can learn a lot. You can be a very good artist. But a genius never learn from someone. Im talk about big minds that see a new all perspective. I can't fully express myself in English. Im sorry

    • Yunhosmile💋
      Yunhosmile💋 6 months ago +1

      @One Lima I'd have to respectfully disagree with you there. There are many techniques you can learn and practice in school. There are many things school will expose you to that YOUR/OUR life may or may not be rich enough to offer on its own, ya know? I fully agree that experience is life's best teacher but school offers many experiences too.

    • Daniel Bennett
      Daniel Bennett 6 months ago +2

      That's what makes it cool though. The art piece makes you feel.

  • Butch Princess
    Butch Princess 5 months ago

    Dude mentioned feeling disoriented in the underground temple/art installation ... the whole time I was watching that bit I had been wondering how they deal with the ventilation. Like high c02 levels would explain a lot, for that particular instance. Hopefully they've got hidden ventilation tho, especially when artists are down there adding new bits for who knows how many hours in a row.

  • Rachel Singer MacDonald
    Rachel Singer MacDonald 5 months ago +1

    It IS true... who can ever know all the mysteries of our existence? I'm so glad that you shared it! Why did you consider not releasing it?

  • Spiritual Coach & Astrologer- Cyndi

    I am an American expat living in Austria since 1996. I hope someday I can go visit Damanhur in Italy and maybe even settle there. I have been wanting to go but just did not have the opportunity because I cannot find someone to go with me. This is the most beautiful place you guys have visited yet. Would it not be cool if you could venture into inner Earth to the crystal cities as General Byrd recorded in his diaries? For me that would be your greatest discomfort video. But some people see it as a myth. Who knows?

  • Rachel Singer MacDonald
    Rachel Singer MacDonald 5 months ago +1

    Ah! I understood what she said :) Anyway, I've been getting their emails for a few years, but someone said it was a cult so I stopped thinking seriously of visiting them. So I'm curious to find out what you experienced there.

    • Galex Artist
      Galex Artist 5 months ago +2

      A cut by definition is a group that controls it's members... theses people seem to be the opposite. I would like to know their email address actually.

  • Chico Penteado
    Chico Penteado 4 months ago +1

    It seems to be a wonderful group to join, I loved it

  • Dylan
    Dylan Year ago +236

    The fact you guys stay open to experiences like this, makes the video watchable. So many others would roll their eyes or scoff at some of the things said in this video. Its very refreshing to see the opposite

    • But this one goes to eleven!
      But this one goes to eleven! 8 months ago +1

      @nexus solaris Or it’s the obvious application of the power of suggestion and group dynamics and expectation. Let’s call a spade a spade here.

    • Bk Bekka
      Bk Bekka 10 months ago +1

      @nexus solaris To the O.P and the replier : 👍

    • nexus solaris
      nexus solaris Year ago +6

      From the types of experiences they described it really felt like they experienced something very unusual. It takes courage to admit to yourself that you had an experience that you can not fully explain, rather then making up some theory about it to reaffirm yourself because you are scared of the possibility that you might have been wrong about something. I 'm not a theist, but I do value being honest with yourself, even when it threatens your current believes about something. Because there is always a possibility of learning something new (it doesn't have to be magic per se, but there could be a lot of explanations why you have a certain experience, the point is being honest with yourself that it happened rather then repressing it). Cognitive dissonance is a typical occurrence for both theist sand non theists; and from my perspective it seems less relevant to question of why something happened before allowing your mind to acknowledge THAT it actually happened, otherwise our mind will repress it and fill it up with false memories. You don't always know the answers right away, but in order to fit the pieces together, you need to make sure you are dealing with an undistorted memory of those pieces in order to be truly transparent with yourself.

  • Bob Smitty
    Bob Smitty 10 months ago

    That made me feel like I was home when they walked in the first room I teared up....WOW overwhelming peace and connection. Speechless.....

  • Jessy Njau
    Jessy Njau 9 months ago +2

    Amazing humans and functional alternative living. I happen to visit the temple and enjoy a full month being immersed in their lifestyle. Loved the experience and above all love shared.

  • Ning's Life
    Ning's Life 8 months ago

    I miss you two travelling together :) i watch amar and tomas in separate vids but its really better having you together :)

  • mars54
    mars54  11 months ago +1

    I have wanted to visit this extraordinary place for a long time, if only for the art! Just incredible.

  • sophya groves
    sophya groves 5 months ago

    I feel like that might be what we are missing in our present . Time travel isn’t just a machine , instead our physical bodies transporting out conscious elsewhere

  • Rex_F
    Rex_F Year ago +113

    If you ever wondered what it’d look like for a human to bring back knowledge from a dmt trip to our world...this is it😂

    • João Rodrigues
      João Rodrigues 4 months ago +1

      In deed, first room was a version of NN-DMT, the second more clear like 5MEO-DMT, and the outdoor inspired by 4HO-DMT. :P Jokes aside, what a beautiful place to live !! :)

    • Rex_F
      Rex_F 4 months ago

      @fetter Kater lmao who’s the druggie talking about their trip?

    • Marley Mcfly
      Marley Mcfly 4 months ago


    • Rex_F
      Rex_F 5 months ago +1

      @Dmitri Antonov no, but I just did a quick google search and realized I’ve seen some of his work before

  • guillermo rivera
    guillermo rivera 9 months ago

    Just like the men of antiquity; curiosity piqued by the existential question of why, where, when , how.....You gentlemen tackled even this strange topic with an open mind....Well done.

  • Ananda Rogers
    Ananda Rogers 11 months ago

    This is amazing. How they brought in the old to help humanity towards the new, towards the future. ✨

  • silver Sun
    silver Sun 5 months ago

    It looks to me like you had a wonderful and unique experience. You are very lucky!

    SIENNA JOHNSON 8 months ago +1

    Omg I've been looking for this place for so long I knew it was out there and existed I had a feeling I needed to go there and I finally know where it is I already do alot of the practices they do like time travel via quantum jumping astral projecting and malipulation of life through thought etc

  • iLindah™ Artist
    iLindah™ Artist 4 months ago

    This was a beautiful, and respectful, analysis of this group. If they are loving and do not harm themselves or other, then all the best to them, and leave them be. BELIEF is powerful. You get what you believe in (both negative or positive).

  • Jonna Jee
    Jonna Jee Year ago +191

    I was really interested to hear Amars' spiritual experience since he seems to be more spiritual than the others. I would love to visit the community. Even though their beliefs seem crazy at times I think their open-mindedness can help the world.

  • Rachel Lisette
    Rachel Lisette 8 months ago

    What an awesome place...I'd love to live somewhere like that...my kind of people...free from the fetters of Babylon system. The underground round temple was phenomenally beautiful!
    What an awakening for these young people who took the video! Only people who are sleepwalkers would not see, acknowledge and accept the magic of that place. It's a futuristic possibility for all human beings once awakening has occurred

  • Hela Hreljac
    Hela Hreljac 4 months ago

    thank you for showing us this amazing place... I can even feel the energy through the screen

  • Clairvoyant Medium Deby Ould

    This looks like a very interesting place, maybe I’ll visit it one day. Not sure what their beliefs are completely about but much of what they were saying in this video I understood for the most part. Interesting though. Amazing underground structures, pretty cool artwork & quite Cathederal type vibes. I wonder what you’d think of Findhorn, in Scotland? I found it amusing that they called Past Life Regression “time travelling”….never heard it being referred to as such before, but yeah it is kinda. They talked about it being built on a convergence of Ley lines too. Ley lines or Energy lines/dragon lines are very real & can be dowsed for. We have 4 major Ley lines converging at St. Michael’s Mount here in Cornwall UK- they are the Mary/Michael/Apollo & Athena lines. (You can look up the work of Hamish Miller on them). There is a complex grid of Ley Energy lines encompassing the World. There are nodal points & many sacred sites around the globe 🌎 are situated at these. Also, interestingly, churches were built on Ley lines. When you look at the Michael Line for instance, all the way along it in England, there are St. Michael churches & on the Mary line, there are churches dedicated to Mary. Of course before the Church came to these lands, where the church’s were built, were indigenous sacred sites. The men of the churches just replaced & incorporated ancient beliefs & understandings for their own ends. Basically ancient knowledge got hijacked & reinterpreted into another form, loosing much in the process.

  • Klaudia Domagała
    Klaudia Domagała 4 months ago

    I love this cult, it looks and sounds so practical and interesting!

  • Bobby playlist
    Bobby playlist 8 months ago +2

    This episode was so interesting! Loved it 👍

  • NEDI S
    NEDI S Year ago +458

    I was definetely convinced after seeing the LEDs on those "machines".

    • Ale Massa66
      Ale Massa66 8 months ago

      Me too.

    • 33 Sosa
      33 Sosa 11 months ago +1

      @INISH lol just gonna add dude. I did see that when you put kinetic force onto a quartz crystal it does induce a piezoelectric effect, creating a charge. Still not gonna open portals but i see why they have quartz crystals wrapped in copper coils

    • Abe undercover
      Abe undercover 11 months ago +1

      Like if i went to a hospital or something and saw LEDs on the brain scanners i would feel even more comfortable, as that is a true sign of credibility and technological necessity.

    • 33 Sosa
      33 Sosa Year ago +1

      @INISH oh yea ofc lol. I was just noting the copper coil part because thats probably what they are basing their "methods" on. i know those avant-garde devices are just hot glues, wires and led strips lol.

    • INISH
      INISH Year ago

      And also the charge flowing through it

  • Dakota Bongers
    Dakota Bongers 7 months ago

    I’ve done self guided past life regression and I wasn’t sure if what my mind was conjuring up was real or not. I later got a past life reading done and what I was told was so ERRIELY similar to what I imagined in my self guided regression. I can’t but believe in at least that aspect of their religion

  • Sean Gooley
    Sean Gooley 6 months ago

    You need to turn on the super thanks button, it allows your viewers to donate directly to your channel, sort of like Patreon.

  • Severus Snape
    Severus Snape 2 months ago

    Well, since this video made it to the internet, it can be surmised that it did _not_ go down like a Midsommar immersive horror experience.

  • ~Whitewolf
    ~Whitewolf 7 months ago

    Wow! This segment was fantastic! Subbed to find out where we’re going next!

  • dorkspectre
    dorkspectre 7 months ago

    Damanhur is a society of spiritually open and creative individuals experimenting in the field of paraspsychology. You know, psychic, telekinesis, stranger things. They’re also messing around with mind over matter, entering different dimensions and skipping through space or time. "Magic is only science we don’t understand."
    I would love to visit this place. I feel I might fit in. 👽

  • Nesli
    Nesli Year ago +142

    i think the most impressive and awesome part about them is the fact that they consider all humans, cultures, societies, and beliefs as part of one. i wouldnt necessarily sign the time travel stuff and the pseudo science aspect, but i really like their uplifting and positive affirmation and appreciation aspect.

    • H Sh
      H Sh 6 months ago +1

      It makes sense to me...why they say is

    • Jack Shephard
      Jack Shephard 10 months ago +3

      I agree with you. I think that it's absolutely beautiful, and there's a reason that it gives us that sensation of awe and well being.
      To see the interconnectedness of all that is existence is an experience that can be the most beautiful thing that one can possibly experience in this reality.
      On the other hand in the hands of certain types of people that experience can start to twist into frame control... ironically the beauty starts to slowly deteriorate from that point on.
      The people and the founder of that place clearly understood some deeper aspects of the human mind. Whether or not you choose to believe the messages that are
      portrayed will be inevitably up to you... if you choose to believe in free will in the first place that is. lol

    • Bhargavi Yathiraj
      Bhargavi Yathiraj Year ago +4

      Sanathan considers rivers animals sky soil every part of the eco system as respectable and every element is worshipped visit Varanasi Banaras Somnath Jagganath bhadrinath kedarnath the energy and vibrations are ok different level India is the centre of spirituality

  • MUA Baybe
    MUA Baybe 9 months ago +1

    Thank you 🙏 for having an open mind and allowing your viewers to see you journal (making vid) objectively on this topic.

  • lovelymilky
    lovelymilky 9 months ago

    the underground temple, wow. I would love to experience walking through there one day!!

  • ladeda
    ladeda 5 months ago

    This place seems AMAZING and I want to be there!