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Aintiram a book from Atlantis!

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posted on Feb, 8 2015 @ 09:09 PM
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An ancient book has surfaced authored by a great scientist asuramaya also known as maya danava. He was the Engineer who was responsible for the flying city called tripura where the danavas lived. They ruled over this Earth in antiquity but as time progressed they became filled with pride. This lead to factions among them forming who opposed the actions of the masses and a resulting war in which tripura was destroyed. It is said the war between these two factions was so great it shook the Earth and almost disturbed its orbit.




Madam Blavatsky the occultist founder of the theosophical society has the following to say about Maya :

“Romakapura” was in “the West,” certainly, since it was part and parcel of the last continent of ATLANTIS. And it is equally certain that it is Atlantis, which is assigned in the Hindu Purânas as the birth-place of Asuramâya, “as great a magician as he was an Astrologer and an Astronomer.”

“From fragments of immensely old works attributed to the Atlantean astronomer, and found in Southern India, the calendar elsewhere mentioned was compiled by two very learned Brahmins* in 1884 and 1885. The work is proclaimed by the best Pundits as faultless—from the Brahmanical standpoint”

Before tripura was destroyed Nandi informed maya danava that a divine weapon (an astra) would destroy the triple city and he immediately fled. Being among the last surviving danava who was knowledgeable of the Science of those ages he documented it in books which survive in South india.

The Irish know the danavas as the Tuatha de danann, apparently a surviving factions of good danavas (sudanavas) who arrived in Ireland.

A poem in the Lebor Gabála Érenn says of their arrival:

"It is God who suffered them, though He restrained them
they landed with horror, with lofty deed,
in their cloud of mighty combat of spectres,
upon a mountain of Conmaicne of Connacht.
Without distinction to descerning Ireland,
Without ships, a ruthless course
the truth was not known beneath the sky of stars,
whether they were of heaven or of earth."

Also some good info at link below

www.ancientworlds.net...

The book is called Aintiram and has been recently translated into English, it contains the Science of the danavas, such things as the wave structure of space arising from a singularity, Space itself being a substance (one of five which comprises our reality). Time as being created by the waves generated by this singularity in space as it rotates. Space and reality being the result of wave harmonics of 64 kalas and 5 densities. Humans having within themselves a sense faculty which is capable of directly perceiving all of these realities in a meditative state. In meditation this singularity has the sound OM pouring out of it as it rotates and it is the light and sound of OM that sustains all. Also contained is Engineering details such as how to build architecture which resonates with these cosmic energies (space light).

oh and I forgot to mention, flying machines and space ships. They are structures which are powered by a singularity which is artificially created within their centers, a knowledge of the 64 kalas and the five densities. Also these craft are conscious living things for where an artificial singularity in created consciousness spontaneously arises.




You can download it from here:

en.wikipedia.org...




posted on Feb, 8 2015 @ 09:57 PM
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Reply so I can read more. Have heard of harmonics from new age to gnostic texts. Above me but fascinating subject.



posted on Feb, 8 2015 @ 10:29 PM
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Awesome, gonna read more on this one for sure!



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 12:27 AM
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a reply to: rowanflame

Here I was hoping for some plans for something other than nanoscale mass-inertial drives and fusion reactors and what do I get, gobbledy-gook and of course nothing on nanoscale mass-inertial drives or fusion reactors. Most of the verses aren't even translated and that is a real shame. The ones that are, the interpretations seem to be coloured by the translator. A real shame, I was hoping for a bit more.

It is interesting, if the translation is correct, that Mayan possibly had such an indepth view of atomic structures, cosmology, the nature of light and of course architecture, language and math. Need more translation and less commentary in the document.

Maybe you know of a link that has a complete translation as that would be great ;-)

Cheers - Dave



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 03:10 AM
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a reply to: bobs_uruncle

There is absolutely nothing about mass inertial drives or fusion so I don't know where the hell you got all that from. Their devices were powered via artificially creating a "Mulam point" or "Oli nool" ....oh and it is a complete translation but I guess you only read the first few pages which is the authors introduction, it is over 600 pages so your better then me if you have read that already!

If your looking for plans from an ancient writer you can forget about it, it is made clear in the text that not everyone in thought by the danavas and maya himself of being worthy of this knowledge. Basically they believed if you have the type of mental ability to naturally understand this subject you are worthy of it and any resulting technology from its practical application. If on the other hand you have not the ability they deem you unworthy of either the knowledge contained in the book or the use of any technology which would result from it....essentially their beliefs were not like ours in this modern world during this kali yuga. Also they would be strictly against the thought of anyone understanding this text to divulge its detailed meaning to the unworthy, you have to remember these people did not share their technology with the rest of the world nor did they believe that was correct to do so.
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posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 04:53 AM
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a reply to: rowanflame

This is tamil nationalist mysticism, nothing more. The guys over there really enjoy producing such "ancient" writings to push their ideology.



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 05:01 AM
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originally posted by: moebius
a reply to: rowanflame

This is tamil nationalist mysticism, nothing more. The guys over there really enjoy producing such "ancient" writings to push their ideology.


How can it be described as "nationalist" when Maya Danava was not from India ?



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 05:17 AM
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originally posted by: rowanflame

originally posted by: moebius
a reply to: rowanflame

This is tamil nationalist mysticism, nothing more. The guys over there really enjoy producing such "ancient" writings to push their ideology.


How can it be described as "nationalist" when Maya Danava was not from India ?


Oh dear. The word maya in Sanskrit refers to the goddess responsible for the illusory nature of reality. Maya Danava is named in honor of her. It has nothing to do with the Mayan culture of South America. And yes, Hindu nationalists spin this pseudo-mythological propaganda out like cheap cloth.



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 05:43 AM
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a reply to: DJW001

No need to "oh dear" as even the ancient Indian text say maya was from outside India !

Go to 1.03 in the video below to hear of the origins of maya in the west as aLso reported by madam Blavatsky in the OP




Also correction to your understanding of maya as a force of illusion, it was the ability of the danavas to create illusions using their technology for example maya built a palace called the Mayasabha and it was full of such optical illusions. The result of this was that Duryodhana fell into a pool of water he thought was a floor and then walked into a wall he was unable to see.

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posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 05:49 AM
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a reply to: rowanflame


No need to "oh dear" as even the ancient Indian text say maya was from outside India !


Can you provide a link to the original Sanskrit document written on palm leaves?



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 05:56 AM
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a reply to: DJW001

No you can go chase that up yourself, I'm not here to spoon feed you!

btw its not written in Sanskrit but in ancient Tamil

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posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 10:40 AM
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originally posted by: rowanflame
a reply to: bobs_uruncle

There is absolutely nothing about mass inertial drives or fusion so I don't know where the hell you got all that from. Their devices were powered via artificially creating a "Mulam point" or "Oli nool" ....oh and it is a complete translation but I guess you only read the first few pages which is the authors introduction, it is over 600 pages so your better then me if you have read that already!

If your looking for plans from an ancient writer you can forget about it, it is made clear in the text that not everyone in thought by the danavas and maya himself of being worthy of this knowledge. Basically they believed if you have the type of mental ability to naturally understand this subject you are worthy of it and any resulting technology from its practical application. If on the other hand you have not the ability they deem you unworthy of either the knowledge contained in the book or the use of any technology which would result from it....essentially their beliefs were not like ours in this modern world during this kali yuga. Also they would be strictly against the thought of anyone understanding this text to divulge its detailed meaning to the unworthy, you have to remember these people did not share their technology with the rest of the world nor did they believe that was correct to do so.


Geez, take a pill, I was being facetious. The language translation probably wouldn't even have had the actual words inertial or fusion. It does not look like a complete translation and I did go to the end of the book, it was pretty big, 600 plus pages. Some passages are quite large and what looks like in point form, yet this is not expressed in the translation. Some place 30 lines equate to 20 translated lines and in others 100 lines translate to 10 or 12 lines? WTF is up with that, does the translator have magical data compression/expansion switch in his head that works on an arbitrary basis?

Certainly the age of the text and the level of technical knowledge is impressive and I do understand all of the concepts, but the problem is that the expression of the concepts do not provide trigger points that would take one in a direction that might provide provable empirical data.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 11:31 AM
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a reply to: bobs_uruncle

Sorry my reaction was because I felt your statement about inertial propulsion was a deliberate attempt to rubbish the text and dissuade others from actually examining the text, for that reason I felt it was my duty to correct you.

The text is wrote in a very ancient form of Tamil which few can now read, the translator was one of a few who could even attempt it hence the translation into English in not perfect in areas where the translator simply cannot understand what is being said.

I am myself 200 pages in and maya keeps repeating that this knowledge is ancient eg "according to the ancient tradition". He also says repetitively that the person is to contemplate the text and not all are worthy of this task but that is his intention. In other words he is giving hints to his intended audience whilst deliberately withholding enough to totally confuse those he deems unworthy. I have read a few alchemical text and it was a practice which ancient people believed in strongly....maybe they had experienced what happens when knowledge gets into the wrong hands.

I feel its a valid point, in the modern world people are often too eager to impart their discovery's in science and technology to others only to have those same people use this Science and technology against them!

You can also see how that approach would lead to a very unbalanced world in which some would have much whilst others would have virtually nothing in terms of technology.


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posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 12:11 PM
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a reply to: rowanflame

We are already there in the terms of an unbalanced and one sided world. So the translator could not translate the large swaths of text towards the end of the document and rather gave a more simple interpretation of what they "felt" was in that section. That's all good, one just has to understand that it is coming from that vantage. I firmly believe that there was an advanced civilization in pre-recorded history and I have read some of the Indian manuscripts, as well followed some of the research that seems to indicate the Indus Valley was nuked. So don't take it that I am discounting the document, more the ability of the translator to translate with some level of accuracy that might impart lost technical knowledge. Should get the people on the Chronicles Project (.org) to take a look at this, they might have some insights into how the Tamil can be reliably translated.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 12:22 PM
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Greetings and Salutations- It also helps if One's chakras are "clear" and especially the Sahasrara (crown chakra) for the 'info'..

archive.org...

Using "Rom" in the morning and "Om" later in the day.

Om Bava ShaviYa Om

namaste



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 07:09 PM
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originally posted by: bobs_uruncle
a reply to: rowanflame
I have read some of the Indian manuscripts, as well followed some of the research that seems to indicate the Indus Valley was nuked.

No such research exists.

What you read was internet flapdoodle.

Harte



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 08:51 PM
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originally posted by: Harte

originally posted by: bobs_uruncle
a reply to: rowanflame
I have read some of the Indian manuscripts, as well followed some of the research that seems to indicate the Indus Valley was nuked.

No such research exists.

What you read was internet flapdoodle.

Harte


Actually, the flapdoodle pre-dates the Internet by twenty years.



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 08:53 PM
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originally posted by: rowanflame
a reply to: DJW001

No you can go chase that up yourself, I'm not here to spoon feed you!

btw its not written in Sanskrit but in ancient Tamil

So you can read ancient Tamil? I was hoping it was in Sanskrit because I have a friend who is a Sanskrit and Tibetan scholar.



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 09:01 PM
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originally posted by: Harte

originally posted by: bobs_uruncle
a reply to: rowanflame
I have read some of the Indian manuscripts, as well followed some of the research that seems to indicate the Indus Valley was nuked.

No such research exists.

What you read was internet flapdoodle.

Harte


Well, it certainly is interesting flapdoodle. I seem to remember there was some scientific report or paper I read (I would have to try and find it again) that stated that the radiation levels at around 75 feet down in the core samples where about 1,000% nominal background radiation levels and that it appeared to be a uniform level of radiation. Like I said, I will have to go find the report/paper (on my servers when I start them) tomorrow.

I like that term "flapdoodle," I 'll have to use it sometime LOL.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Feb, 9 2015 @ 09:51 PM
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Please do find the paper you are referencing. I'd love to see who wrote about alleged radiation levels at Mohenjodaro. I'd like to find out who authored it do I could contact them and see what their explanation is for a nuclear blast leaving such high radiation levels at the site of an incident that couldn't even level 15 ft tall mud brick buildings, some of which were still standing when Mohenjodaro was first excavated in the 1920's. I also find it curious that so many people, ancient aliens and David Childress most prominently, are misquoting one verse of the Mahabarata and fabricating a second that appears nowhere within the 1.8 million words of the original Sanskrit text. It appears that Childress actually recreated the passages in question from the original text in order to present a context of his own design and alluding to some anomalous knowledge of nuclear weapons. The alleged radioactive skeletons that were found lying in the streets... No they were buried. Seperatley. Over the course of 1000 years. The alleged vitrification? It was pottery. How is pottery made? Oh that's right... In a fire. The vitrified material was called Frit which is a very specific type of vitrification associated only with pottery. As for the claims of radiation, it's not mentioned at all by anyone involved with the actual digs at Mohenjodaro and neither Ancient Aliens nor Childress have ever once cited the source of this claim. The claim of radiation itself is the only actual anomaly associated with Mohenjodaro.



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