Eukaryotic genomes gradually gain noncoding regions when advancing evolution and human genome actively transcribes >90% of its noncoding regions, suggesting their criticality in evolutionary human genome. Yet <1% of them have been functionally characterized, leaving most human genome in dark. Here we systematically decode endogenous lncRNAs located in unannotated regions of human genome and decipher a distinctive functional regime of lncRNAs hidden in massive RNAseq data. LncRNAs divergently distribute across chromosomes, independent on protein-coding regions. Their transcriptions barely initiate on promoters through polymerase II, but mostly on enhancers. Yet conventional enhancer activators(e.g. H3K4me1) only account for a small proportion of lncRNA activation, suggesting alternatively unknown mechanisms initiating the majority of lncRNAs. Meanwhile, lncRNA-self regulation also notably contributes lncRNA activation. LncRNAs trans-regulate broad bioprocesses, including transcription and RNA processing, cell cycle, respiration, response to stress, chromatin organization, post-translational modification, and development. Overall lncRNAs govern their owned regime distinctive from protein’s.