(Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons. 1993 Photo of the Zhol Pillar, the stele erected by minister Takdra Lukhong which contains a description of the assassination of the Emperor Me Agtsom in 755)
Me Agtsom faces his greatest challenge yet – all out war abroad, and secret plots at home. Tibet in the mid 8th century reaches its nadir, but as the saying goes: “It’s always darkest before the dawn.” Though the Tibetans suffered, they were on the verge of their golden age.
But in order to reach that point, they would need to survive. And to survive, they would need a miracle. But what would that miracle look like?