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Agartha Is Real and Is Located in Today’s Romania

by Andreea Laza
Agartha is Located in Romania

In a vast areal that stretches from the Italian Peninsula in the west to the Crimean Peninsula in today’s Ukraine to the east, and from Greece up to Poland and East Germany (DDR) and had The Carpathian Mountains as backbone, once lived a people called “agathîrși” (in Romanian) and their empire was called The Agathîrs Empire.

The information in this article comes from the archives of The Dragon Knights’ Order, a very old secret order, also known throughout history as The Brotherhood of the Thracian Kings.

Where Is Agartha Located?

According to the last king of the Agathîrs Empire from above ground Valentin Thrcaar the XVII-lea or Valentin Tîrcă after his Romanian name, the Carpathian Mountains are an artificial construction that have been built millions of years ago by extraterrestrials coming from The Draco Constellation.

This is hearth of The Agathîrs Empire, or Agartha. The Carpathian Mountains that are in the shape of The Darco Constellation, resembling a dragon stand as a proof.

Does Agartha Exist? Where is Agartha located? Carpathian Mountains - Constellation Draco
The Carpathian Mountains (left) – Constellation Draco (right)

His theory explains the name of the famous Romanian (Vallachian) ruler Vlad the Impaler, also known as Vlad Dracul, or Drăculea (Dracula). The Romanian word “drac” doesn’t have an exact translation in English, but it means “small mischievous devil“. As for the English word dragon, Romanian language has a very special word “balaur“, which is a mythical creature in the Romanian folktales. The name of the Dacian king Decebalus seems to have come from “dece” (zece, meaning ten) and “balus” meaning “balaur”, namley dragon.

Alien constructions that archaeologists have yet to explain and mysterious events happening in the Carpathians start to make more sense now in the light of this new information. The most notable are the ones enumerated below.

Mysterious Formations & Phenomena in The Carpathian Mountains

What Was Agartha Like? 7 Interesting Facts

In his book “The Gospel by The Agathîrs King or Beyond The Catholic Truth” Valentin Tîrcă explains that the land inhabited by Romanians today was called The Agathîrs Empire, a peaceful place we now know as Agartha. Dacians were the military wing of the Agathîrs people, according to his tell.

Agarthan people were the result of the breeding between aliens from the The Darco Constellation and the natives of these lands. He also explains that the most part of the Agarthan civilization today dwells in the underground after a 12 minutes earthquake has sealed the exists to the outside world.

There’s a lot to say about this magnificent civilization, so I have tried to summarize the most important information below.

1. Agartha Was Like The Garden of Eden

It was a place where everyone was living in peace and love. In Romanian there is an old saying “Pe-un picior de plai, pe-o gură de rai”, which translated to “Near a low foothill, at heaven’s doorsill”. This is exactly what Agartha was like.

Their way of life and beliefs of its inhabitants were similar to those of ancient Lemuria.

The land was a lush forest, basking of life and riches. Today’s Romania has the last virgin forests and the last wild bear population in all Europe. Most people today native to these lands (150 km of the Carpathians) are descendants of the Agathyrsi.

2. Agarthans Were Vegetarians

The Agathîrs people were vegetarians, didn’t eat meat and didn’t drink alcohol.

They knew that alcohol was poisoning their minds and make them act foolish. When vine culture become popular, Deceneu, one of the most remarkable Dacian rules (pre-Roman conquer) ordered the burning of all vines so that they could not make alcohol.

They were mostly farmers, gatherers, bee keepers and shepherds and lived in great communion with their livestock.

3. They Were Masters of Gold & Pottery

Agathîrs people were also masters in pottery. The most notable works of the Agathîrs artisans are depicted in the findings of the Vinca-Turdaș culture, Hamangia, Cucuteni–Trypillia culture, Gumelnița–Karanovo culture and Boian culture, but there are many more others.

Agartha people were also masters at exploiting precious metals and crafting objects from gold. This is because Agartha had great amounts of gold in its undergrounds.

The many gold vestiges discovered on the territory of Romania today, such as the Pietroasa treasure and The Dacian bracelets. They were rich because Agartha was a very rich territory, but they were also highly spiritual. This reflects in the bounty and variety of Romanian folklore, craftsmanship, stories and traditional wear and at the same time in a very solid Romanian language unity, that is not split in too different dialects, like Italian or Spanish.

4. Their Laws Were Gentle – The Belagine Laws

The Belagine Laws, (“legile blajine” – the soft/kind laws) seem to have been their creed.

Their rulers set in a circle at a round table, signifying that they are all equally important. The circle is as a symbolism of the sun, a solar culture, we still see in the Romanian folk dance called “horă” where people make a great circle. This dance is also popular in the entire Balkan region, but not in western Europe.

In most patriarchal cultures today we have the symbol of the triangle, also depicted on the US dollar, which is the opposite from the circle. The triangle is a form of rule where most people are ruled by a few.

One of the Belagine Laws (Gentle Laws) - Thracian Dacian Agathîrs - AGARTHA

5. Agarthan Doctors Practiced Holistic Medicine

Their healers believed that in order to heal the body, you need to heal the mind first and the whole, not the parts. Hence, they practices a spiritual form of holistic medicine. Hippocrates himself wrote in his books about a Thracian doctor who tough him this way of healing.

Today, Romanians still heavily rely on home remedies, made after recipes that have been passed through word of mouth from generation to generation. Marigold balms, chamomile tea or comfrey tincture are medicine you will always find in any Romanian household.

6. The Oldest Language in The World

The writing discovered on today’s Romania is the oldest yet discovered in the world (see Tartaria Tablets), older than Sumerian. We can still see the Agathîrs people writing on the Sinaia gold tablets, a set of 200 mysterious gold tablets that have been excavated at the construction site of the Peleș Castle in Sinaia, in late 19th century.

Up to this day, the language/writing on the tables has not been decoded or deciphered completely.

7. Compassionate and Kind Matriarchal Society

They have never started wars to conquer new lands, but always defended their territories, knowledge and culture. This is perhaps because they had a matriarchal society, following the example of the beehive.

Women ruled with love, respect and compassion.

Agartha was a society where everyone took care of everyone else, with less ego-driven people, violence and wars, that we see in most patriarchal societies today.

How and Why Did Agartha Dissapear?

In time, this peaceful society has been infiltrated by lower vibrational beings, meat-eaters and alcohol drinkers, who south to conquer these lands and establish their rule. The Roman Empire was this corrupt organization looking to conquer and destroy these lands.

In the history books of today, The Romans are depicted as a great civilization.

But let’s not forget that history is written by the winners, set to conquer, assimilate and destroy other territories, and not preserve peace. History praises the criminals and vilifies the peaceful communities calling them barbarians. But the truth will soon come out into the light.

Agartha has been “destroyed” through spiritual and cultural infiltration.

It was not a fair battle to say the least, as it is not with most conquering empires across time. The Agathîrs people were perverted and all that was sacred and pure was soon buried and forgotten. At least for now.


Agartha was a highly spiritually advanced society in today’s territory of Romania. Its stretching was vast, encompassing most of the Balkan region, parts of Italy and East Germany.

It’s downfall was due to the infiltration of nefarious entities (we also know as Illuminati) wanting to install a New World Order by perverting the good in people’s hearts. What we see today in the world is a reflection of this spiritual battle, which seems to have been won for now by the forces of evil. But the battle is far from over.

Agartha never died, on the contrary. We see glimpses of it in the old Transylvanian villages, where hospitable people happily invite strangers in with to feast at their table. It’s in the kindness of the heart. It will rise back again and change the world as we know it. The good always wins.

Agartha Is Real and Is Located in Today's Romania

Valentin Tîrcă – “The Gospel by The Agathîrs King or Beyond The Catholic Truth”
Radu Cinamar – Inside the Earth: The Second Tunnel
Mat Copeland – The Sinaia lead plates – Understanding the lead tablets written
in the Dacian / Thracian language

Constantin Olariu Arimin – The Carpathian Civilization
Agartha Code 777

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