Somewhere in Tibet, hidden amidst mountain peaks, lies the kingdom of Shambhala. There, still alive even today, Tsar Nicholas II awaits the fulfillment of Edgar Cayce’s prophecy:
In Russia there comes the hope of the world, not as that sometimes termed of the communistic, or Bolshevik, no; but freedom, freedom! That each man will live for his fellow man! The principle has been born. It will take years for it to be crystallised, but out of Russia comes again the hope of the world. 
In Ekaterinburg, a Russian city located in the middle of the Eurasian continent, on the border of Europe and Asia, Tsar Nicholas II, his wife Tsarina Alexandra, and their family escaped the clutches of the evil Bolsheviki. Their guardian and guide was an unknown man going under the name Charles James Fox. Almost nothing is known about this Fox, except that his ancestors once fought beside Kosciusko and Pulaski and that their names might be found on the muster rolls of the First Line Regiment of New York Colony and State, along with the names of Goose Van Schaick and Jeremiah Van Rennselaer. 
On the fateful night of July 16-17, 1918, you should have heard the furious cries of the guards when they discovered their prisoners had inexplicably vanished! “Where are the royal family and what have you done with their precious jewels!?” the other guards demanded to know of one of the brutes. 
Fearful of being beaten to death, the one of the guards invented a story. “You see,” he said, “it was that new lieutenant.” (This had been Fox, disguised as a Bolshevik.) “I suspected he was a traitor and sure enough I caught him trying to sneak away with the Romanovs. The interloper made a dive at me but I knocked him down with a chair. Then, in my rage, I emptied my pistol into the hearts of the royal family!”
“He’s lying! Traitor! Betrayer! Down with the thief!” shouted the other guards. They were all in a dreadful situation. Besides having lost their plunder of precious jewels, Vladimir Lenin would hold them personally responsible for losing their prisoners. They were certain to be executed by firing squad.
Then the commandant arrived. “What have you cut-throats done with our prisoners!?” he roared. “Where is my lieutenant!?”
“Uh, he must be outside somewhere,” one of the guards weakly replied.
“Where are the others!? Where is the royal family!?” shouted the commandant. “Tell me now or I will blow you all to Hell!”
Hidden behind a secret wall which concealed a tunnel leading to the nearby British consulate, Fox and his charges, the Romanov royal family, stayed quiet as could be while they listened to the angry voices of the guards. They heard a story finally being agreed upon: a lie that the Romanovs had all been shot and their bodies dumped down a well. This story became gradually embellished into the false history we “know” today – complete now with faked-up “DNA evidence.” (Background: Keep On Rockin’ With the Tsar, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, September 25, 2014.)
But really the secret agent codenamed “Charles James Fox” and his charges, the Russian royal family, crawled through the mud of the secret tunnel and into the safety of the British consulate. There, those British “adepts at dissimulation” pretended not to know who their surprise visitors really were. Fox recalled though in his diary that they were all given a meal fit for a king in exile. 
Next, the escapees were rolled up inside army tents and hidden, along with clothing and provisions, in the cargo area of motor trucks. The trucks journeyed eastward towards the Altai Mountains, a mountain range in East-Central Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan come together. Along the way, the fugitives were greatly assisted by the Brotherhood of St. John of Tobolsk, a group of Russian “Old Believers.” (The Old Believers separated after 1666 from the official Russian Orthodox Church as a protest against church reforms introduced by Patriarch Nikon between 1652 and 1666. ) The Brotherhood of St. John of Tobolsk had left a telltale clue in Ekaterinburg: a reverse swastika, a Buddhist symbol and the secret sign of the Brotherhood . Somewhere near Tibet the travelers, disguised as Buddhist pilgrims, met a man in yellow robes and yellow turban at a monastery. This man was a Lama who asked Fox in perfect French, “Whence come you?” Fox gave a special sign and whispered the secret words. This satisfied the Lama that the travelers were allowed onwards, bearing tidings to the exalted Dalai-Lama. 
The Lama led the travelers through the monastery to an open terrace which overlooked a dreary waste of gray rocks and broken ledges which offered to the view of Fox a “slender roadway that lay like a ribbon across the plain until it faded into the golden glow of the Eastern horizon…” 
The Romanovs followed that slender roadway to the east until eventually they reached Shamballah. There, thanks to techniques learned by the Russian Cosmists, advocates of radical life extension by means of scientific methods, THE TSAR LIVES! At this very day Tsar Nicholas II resides peacefully in Shambhala. He awaits that happy day foretold by Edgar Cayce, when Russia shall be the hope of the world. 
——- Sources ——-
 “EDGAR CAYCE. The Calling of Russia and Apocalyptic events”, http://www.regels.org/Edgar-Cayce.htm
 Rescuing the Czar, by James P. Smythe. Originally published 1920.
 “Old Believers”, Wikipedia, February 14, 2015.
 The Secret Plot to Save the Tsar, by Shay McNeal. HarperCollins, 2001, 2003.
 This last paragraph is speculation only.