An Atomic Bomb went off on Earth more than 12000 years ago?

Ancient civilizations and pagan religions have left many mark in history with scripts, monuments and numerous objects that make us reevaluate what we know so far regarding our past and where we are going as a civilization.

The Mahabharata and the Ramayana offer many answers to numerous questions regarding our past, present and future.
The Mahabharata is one of the two major Sanskrit epics of ancient India, the other being the Ramayana. It consists of 100,000 verses divided into 18 parts or books that are equivalent to eight times the Iliad and Odyssey combined. these ancient texts are more than a historical narration. It is a combination of facts, legends stories and myths. A vast collection of didactic discourses written that were written in a beautiful language, nurturing all Hindu mythology and creating one of the major world religions: Hinduism.
Among those historical texts, we see a story of a devastation that occurred in the past, one that cannot be compared to anything else in the past, a devastation much similar to what we know today is destruction caused by nuclear weapons. Historian Kisari Mohan Ganguli, argues that the Mahabharata and the Ramayana are full of descriptions of large nuclear holocausts that are apparently of incredibly higher proportions than those at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
When a student asked Dr. Oppenheimer if the first nuclear device that went off was the one at Alamogordo. during the Manhattan Project, he responded… Well … yes. In modern times, yes, of course.
The ancient Hindu text the Mahabharata:
“Gurkha, flying a swift and powerful vimana,

hurled a single projectile

charged with the power of the Universe.
An incandescent column of smoke and flame,

as bright as ten thousand suns,

rose with all its splendor.
It was an unknown weapon,

an iron thunderbolt,

a gigantic messenger of death,

which reduced to ashes

the entire race of the Vrishnis and the Andhakas.
The corpses were so burned

as to be unrecognizable.
Hair and nails fell out;

Pottery broke without apparent cause,

and the birds turned white.
…After a few hours

all foodstuffs were infected…

…to escape from this fire

the soldiers threw themselves in streams

to wash themselves and their equipment.”

 A second passage.
“Dense arrows of flame,

like a great shower,

issued forth upon creation,

encompassing the enemy.

A thick gloom swiftly settled upon the Pandava hosts.

All points of the compass were lost in darkness.

Fierce wind began to blow

Clouds roared upward,

showering dust and gravel.
Birds croaked madly…

the very elements seemed disturbed.

The sun seemed to waver in the heavens

The earth shook,

scorched by the terrible violent heat of this weapon.
Elephants burst into flame

and ran to and fro in a frenzy…

over a vast area,

other animals crumpled to the ground and died.

From all points of the compass

the arrows of flame rained continuously and fiercely.” — The Mahabharata
There are many other references in the Ramayana which seem to be very similar to those described in the above texts. It is very clear that these texts allude to a great holocaust that killed thousands of lives. One that can be easily traced to nuclear weapons we use today.
But is there evidence, other than the texts supporting the theory that a nuclear device went off on Earth thousands of years ago? In 1992 researchers discovered in Rajasthan a layer of radioactive ash, covering an area of ​​about eight square kilometers, 16 kilometers west of Jodhpur. The radiation is so intense that it still contaminates the area today. Researchers excavated at Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, discovering skeletons scattered throughout the area as if a sudden event occurred that devastated entire cities.
 “(It was a weapon) so powerful

that it could destroy the earth in an instant–

A great soaring sound in smoke and flames–

And on it sits death…” . — The Ramayana
The site where researchers have found skeletons and remains of radioactivity is very similar to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but with one striking difference: the radiation levels found at Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro were 50 times higher than the remains of the nuclear holocaust of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
What really happened? Are the Mahabharata and the Ramayana really describing a nuclear device exploding on Earth tens of thousands of years ago? If so where id it come from? Ancient astronaut theorists are talking about a nuclear holocaust which happened around 12,000 years ago. An explosion that according to theories, created a crater with 2154 meters in diameter, located 400 kilometers from Mumbai.

The dating ranges from 12,000 to 50,000 years ago so researchers have a gigantic time frame to work with.



Ancient Indian and Electricity


Did Ancient India know the use of Electricity :


First mentioned about 1,200 BCE, in ancient writings: Atharvana अथर्ववेद. or the Book of White and Black Magick, a collection of 730 hymns with about 6,000 mantras, divided into 20 books.

The west mentions the Greeks, about 600 BC to be the first to discover it. The Hindu Holy Scriptures, Atharvana Veda, proves otherwise. In India electricity was well known and even used for warfare. Long before the Greeks. Here is proof.

Chapter 1: Hymn VII
Verse 2: Nav Yo Navati Puro bibhed bahvotjasaa
Ahi Cha vritrahaavadheetai1

Translation : Electricity , which breaks, by the energy of its arms the 99 cities, destroys the cloud, which covers the rays of the sun, the source of all energy and power.

Verse 3: Sa na Indrah Shivah sakhashwavad gomadvavama
Urudhaarev dohate

Translation : That very electric power may be our peaceful friend, providing…

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Lost notebook of Ramanujan Math



Ramanujan’s second construction for the approximate squaring of a circle

To experience the greatness of great men one has to relive or redo some acts of theirs to the best of ones ability. In ones youth such enactments might inspire one to make a bid for greatness. Whether this happens or not is mostly up to your genetics. Nevertheless, through the enactments one can at least savor the experience of what it takes to get there. If there was one man in our midst who could have lived up to be a Gauss or an Euler it was Srinivasa Ramanujan.


By redoing some of his acts that are within the grasp of our limited intellect we experienced the monument that he was. He gave two constructions for the approximate squaring of a circle using a compass and a straight-edge. We had earlier described the first and more widely known of…

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Krishna, Vishnu and Mahabharat influence on Ancient China


Apart from Saivism, Vaishnavism was also followed by people on ancient China.
Mahabharata (composed around 3100 BCE) makes a reference to presents brought by the Chinese to the Rajasuya Yajna performed by the Pandavas.
In the Vana Parva of the Mahabharata it is stated that the Pandava brothers crossed the country of the Cinas (China) during their trek through the Himalayan territory north of Badrinath.
They are said to have reached the realm of the Kirata King Subahu. Also in the Mahabharata the Cinas (Chinese), with the Kiratas, are found among the armies of King Bhagadatta of Pragjyotisa, India’s modern Assam region.
In the Sabha Parva this king is described as surrounded by the Kiratas and the Cinas.
The name China and the Chinese were after the Chins of India and proves the Indian origin of the name of China.

In the Bhisma Parva of the Mahabharata, the corps of Bhagadatta, consisting of the Kiratas and the Cinas of yellow color, are said to ‘look like a forest of Karnikaras‘.
In the Artha Sastra(Book on Economics written in 3rd century BCE) of Chanakya, China is mentioned as well. It is theorized that the name China is based upon the name of the kingdom, Ch’in, which was established by Shih Huang Ti in the year 221 BCE, but the word and race of Chin was mentioned in Mahabharata much earlier.

The name China comes from “an ancient Sanskrit name for the regions to the East”. The Chinese word for lion, ‘Shih’, used long before the Chin dynasty, was derived from the Sanskrit word, ‘Simha’.
African Swahili word for lion ‘Simba’ is virtually the same as the Sanskrit ‘Simha’ as well.
The Greek word for China, ‘Tzinista’, appears to be derived from the Sanskrit ‘Chinasthana’.

Magadha was known to the Chinese by the name Mo-kiato, and its capital was recognized by both its Hindu name Kusumpura, for which the Chinese wrote Kia-so-mo-pon-lo and Pataliputra, out of which they made Patoli-tse by translating putra, which means son in Sanskrit, into their own corresponding word, tse.
Such translation of names has thrown a veil of obscurity over many a name of Hindu origin.
Hindu geography has suffered a great loss.
Another clear example of the impact of dialect upon a language in the Sanskrit word ‘Maṇḍala’. In Japan it becomes ‘Mandara’ but in China it is ‘Màntúluó’.

Both Buddhism and Hinduism were patronized by the Chinese rulers. In the 6th century AD, the Chinese royal family was Hindu for two generations. The following Tang dynasty (7th to the 9th century A.D.) also patronized both Hinduism and Buddhism because the latter was but a branch of Hinduism.

Chinese Creation ‘Myth’ involves a ‘Boy of the White Crane‘. He is said to live in the palace of ‘jade emptiness’.
This is believed to represent the ‘Primeval Ocean’ and Lord Brahma who rides a white swan and is born from the navel of Lord Vishnu as he rest in the Primeval Ocean.
Also the “Supreme God in Chinese popular religion” is called ‘Yù-huáng[-dà]-dì’, which translates as “JadeEmperor-Big-Supreme Being“.
Thus we find that, like Quetza-lcoatl, the Supreme Being of the Mayans and
Aztecs, Lord Vishnu, the Supreme Being within the Vedic tradition, the Chinese Supreme Being Yu-Huang di is green as well.
Since this ‘Jade-Green’ is considered to be seacolored green we see yet another Supreme Being connected with the color of water which iconically means the color blue.

The presence of carvings depicting Krishna’s activities as a child in Vrindavan is quite remarkable. Despite theories that present the evidence of Chinese Vedic
culture as a mere offshoot of the Tamil merchant community, the presence of carvings based on Krishna’s Vrindavan pastimes suggest much more.
The fact is just as Buddhism was adopted and practiced by billions of non-Indians it is highly probable that Vedic culture was just as prevalent.

Taoism similar to Saktism (Śāktaṃ in Vedic tradition)

Chinese Taoism has something in common with Saktism in Vedic tradition.
One text in which the Tung Hsuan Section of the Tao Tsung (Taoist Canon) originated goes by the name Lin PaoChing (Book of the Marvelous Jewel).
Here we can find the influence of Brahmanism and Upanishad (Vedanta) in particular. It has a portrait of Yuan Shih TienTsun (the Highest God of Taoism) based on the portrait of the Maha Brahma of Brahmanism at the numerous kalpas in the unlimited darkness of Chaos.
Thus, He transforms himself into thirty-three devas, asuras, Ten directions of the Universe etc.
Among many other rare insights into Chinese Hinduism, the Monkey King, Sun Wukong, is indeed Hanuman.

Today’s India is still called Bharat but it only represents an extremely truncated Bharat.
True Bharat is the entire world and this Vedic culture is the entire humanity’s heritage.

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