El misterio de los ovnis indios
India has always been a land of mysteries, perhaps this was the cradle of human civilization.
5000-year-old texts tell of much wanted populations who had access to technologies that would be advanced even today.
This scientific development would have allowed the construction of even atomic bombs or something similar.
Where did this technology come from?
Always ancient texts tell of having come from space to wage war on Indian soil and sky.
In an area of Rajasthan extending over 3 square miles there is a heavy layer of radioactive ash. The construction of a residential complex was planned on the site, but in the area there has been a very high rate of congenital malformations and tumors over the years. The Indian government has isolated the region. Investigations unearthed an ancient city that would have been wiped out between 8,000 and 12,000 years.
An explosion would have destroyed everything and everyone.
A researcher estimated an explosion very similar to that of Nagasaki in 1945. Indian writings are full of descriptions of explosions and the use of unknown weapons, in one section of the Mahabharata, the Drona Parva is narrated an ancient battle, some comments they concern a perpendicular explosion, the subsequent contamination of food and hair loss in the population.
How can we not think about the effects of radioactivity?
“A single bullet charged with all the power of the Universe … An incandescent column of smoke and flames as bright as 10,000 suns rose in all its glory … it was an unknown weapon, an iron thunderbolt, a gigantic a messenger of death who was reduced to incinerating an entire race.
“The corpses were so burned that they were unrecognizable. Their hair and nails fell out, the pottery broke with no apparent cause, and the birds turned white.
“After a few hours, all the food was infected. To escape this fire, the soldiers jumped into the river.”
… it was an unknown weapon,
An iron thunderbolt,
A gigantic messenger of death,
That reduced to ashes
The whole race of Vrishni and Andhaka.
… The corpses were so burned
How to be unrecognizable.
The hair and nails have fallen out;
The ceramic broke with no apparent cause,
And the birds turned white.
After a few hours
All the food had been contaminated.
… to escape this fire
The soldiers threw themselves into the streams
to wash yourself and your equipment.
One passage tells of fights in which explosions of weapons decimate entire armies, wiping out hundreds of warriors with steeds, elegant and weapons as if they were dry leaves detached from a tree.
Archaeologist Frances Taylor translated the carvings on some temples that suggest that the inhabitants prayed to be spared from the great light that was coming over the city.
The empire of Rama the most prosperous of those times narrated, the evidence says, has been devastated by nuclear wars.
Radioactive weapons in Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro?
When the excavations reached street level, many skeletons were found scattered around the city, some still holding hands, as if death had come instantly.
These skeletons are thousands of years old, they are neither decomposed nor eaten by animals, and a violent cause of death has not been found.
A group of Russian scientists who analyzed the site found a skeleton with at least 50 times more radiation than normal.
Other cities in northern India have shown indications of radioactive explosions, one of which is located between the Ganges and the Rajmahal mountains.
The area seems to have been exposed to very high temperatures, many walls and foundations are vitrified. There is no indication of a volcanic eruption at Mohenjo-Daro, the fact is that many clay pots have been found in the spindles.
Another inexplicable fact is the Lonar crater with 2154 meters in diameter is located 400 km north-east of Bombay.
It is almost circular, around no trace of meteoric material. Scientists say it is the only impact crater in the world made of basalt that was created with very high temperatures and pressures in excess of 600,000 atmospheres.
What can we infer?
Coincidences? As they say … many clues prove it.
Scientific data and stories you will agree with me that make you think, and not a little. How to conjugate tales considered allegorical but supported by data? because science remains science.
You know, don’t you?
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