Want to See What the Lemurian City in Mt. Shasta Looks Like? Here Are Illustrations From the Man Who Claims to Have Visited It.

Rendition of the city of Telo in Mount Shasta from Lowell Johnson

In 2021 we learned about Lowell Johnson, the man who claimed to have entered a portal on Mount Shasta into the Lemurian city of Telos. Now, Johnson is releasing illustrations to show people what the city of humanoid beings looks like inside the mountain.

For anybody who is unaware, the legend of Lemuria is long and complex, but here’s a quick refresher: Lemurians are an ancient, super-advanced society that moved underground millions of years ago and currently resides in Mount Shasta. If you want the history of the legends of Lemuria, read this article.

The story received a modern twist with Johnson’s now famous story in which he visited Mount Shasta in July 2020 and hiked up the mountain via Panther Meadows. When he sat down to enjoy some water and grapes, his phone unexpectedly shut off. That’s when things get interesting…

According to Johnson, an opening appeared in the mountain and a tall, blonde man named “Alex” appeared to him and offered to show him Telos. He then boarded a levitating platform as “Alex” gave him a tour of the underground city, showing him the buildings and white pyramid in the middle, along with a tour of the different levels.

Here is an excerpt of his experience:

The large percentage of people lived on the first level in most of the “city” with public buildings, administration and several temples.  The second level is production, manufacturing and schooling facilities. The fifth level is dedicated to nature. Trees, lakes in a park-like atmosphere along with plants and animals that disappeared from the surface long ago.  Every sentient being including animals are vegetarian and do not eat each other. Totally harmonious with no fear or aggression.

Lowell Johnson – 40kftview.com

On Johnson’s Instagram page, he recently provided illustrations of what the city of Telos looks like. Let’s take a look at each illustration.

Here’s what the city looks like from an overall perspective:

Here’s another view of the city from a different perspective. The white pyramid is a large part of many Lemurian stories:

Next is a series of illustrations showing the fifth level of the city, which includes nature and the hydroponics system:

Finally, Johnson included an image of the Council Chamber, where he claims to have met with the Lemurian leadership. Here is an excerpt from his blog:

The most important revelation that this group agreed with what belief I held up to that moment as a strong theory, was that Earth’s ascension would manifest during the winter solstice this year.

She-Ah-Ma explained to me that they were beginning preparations for the Event.  When humans ascend into 5th dimensional awareness, the Lemurians would make themselves known to us where we could exchange all manner of experience and knowledge from both realms that would benefit all.

Adama spoke next and said he represented the unanimous consent of the Council in this matter and hoped that I would agree to assist when the time came.

Lowell Johnson – 40kftview.com

Here is the Council Chamber:

So there’s your grand tour of Telos from the man who claims to have been there. For the record, I refuse to judge any people for their beliefs, even how extravagant they might seem. Believe whatever you want in this world – that’s my motto. Whether you believe Johnson’s story or not, it’s pretty cool to dive deep into the legend of Lemurians in Mount Shasta. If it’s not true, it would certainly make a fantastic science fiction book. If it is true, we’ll be meeting Lemurians in person very soon.

Vivid imagination or prognostication? You decide. Read Lowell Johnson’s entire account here

You can also see our conversation about Johnson’s experience:

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