Fengdu Ghost City
The City of Ghosts is located in Fengdu China. It is a two thousand year old complex of ancient shrines, temples, and monasteries dedicated to the afterlife located on Ming mountain. Built during the Eastern Han Dynasty, the mystical city consists of buildings, structures, dioramas, and statues that are associated to Diyu, the concept of the underworld and hell (or Naraka) in Chinese mythology and Buddhism. The city is home to one of the legendary Baphomet Crossing portals. The portal's exact location is unknown, but it is believed to be a hidden cave entrance into Ming mountain marked by a crystalline jade archway with an inscription that reads "There are two perfectly good men, one dead, and the other unborn." Also unknown is the means to activate the Underworld gateway. The portal is rumored to have been used by Chinese Gaborchend monks in 1894 to access the Diyu "Ten Courts of Hell" so as to retrieve ancient artifacts related to the rebirth of the Nephilim giants on Earth.