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Originally posted by Hanslune
The reason you are having no success in getting others to believe in what you so strongly believe in is because you have advanced the art of self-deception to a new high.
Saying over and over that, "you've proven something" doesn't mean you've proven it.
You say that a word that until the 19th century meant demon - for several thousand years, is suddenly transformed into the modern concept of germ. Your proof of that is based on your so stating it. That dear is amusing but completely worthless. You mistate what links say or you link to other sites that say they were inspired by Vedic literature and offer that as proof.
Don't you think it's a bit odd that all the other Sanskrit scholars were wrong for thousands of years and that by chance - as you state yourself, we cannot check these sources our selves?
You don't think its just slightly odd that the real scientific community doesn't recognize the brilliant of your discovery?
Here is what you need to do. Go get a few thousand qualified scientist to agree with, get a concensus, shock the world, change the direction of human civilization.
Get your evidence, get your backup and try again later.
Originally posted by Indigo_Child
reply to post by qbik2008
You should pay more attention to the Sanskrit tradition it's the closest we have to ET knowledge
[edit on 3-4-2009 by Indigo_Child]
I have also said recently that nothing can be proven.
As I am a newbie to the concept of "Sanskrit"...I will definitely take a look into it's origins and thought forms...I am wondering if "Sanskrit" is linked to the "Sufi" teachings in any way? I am just asking because the "Sufi" thought form also stuck out in my prior learning and I was thinking of looking in that direction as well...any suggestions would be greatly appreciated...
No, I'm afraid you got this wrong. Until you cannot show the evidence I have provided especially on computer science
and the fact that Naom Chomsky derived his theory of generative grammar and universal language programming from the Sanskrit tradition is a hoax, you should keep your silence.
You have been provided a ton of evidence which categorically shows the knowledge of the Sanskrit tradition is post 21st century - go and research it or just don't post here.
Originally posted by Hanslune
Did you even notice that I accepted your claim of Norm?
You are using later abilities of real Indian civilization to try and bloister a concept of a super civilization.
There was a real Indian civilization that provided much to world civilzation - they existed.
Panini was born in Shalatula, a town near to Attock on the Indus river in present day Pakistan. The dates given for Panini are pure guesses. Experts give dates in the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th century BC and there is also no agreement among historians about the extent of the work which he undertook. What is in little doubt is that, given the period in which he worked, he is one of the most innovative people in the whole development of knowledge.
Originally posted by qbik2008
reply to post by Indigo_Child
They are a part of our Aryan heritage that has been lost and then deliberately suppressed[\quote]
Now is the "Aryan Heritage" that you are referring to...somehow related to the Nordics I have been hearing whispers about lately...I am also interested in origins of the Nordics...as they seem to be in direct contact with the higher realms...so to speak...
Thanks for your patience and efforts...
No, because your acknowledgments are not clearly stated. Everything you say has a dismissive tone.
Right that is the Sanskrit tradition and now you admit that this tradition was post 21st century in its knowledge.
If you look at conservative dating of 1000BCE-1BCE, this meas this civilisation is 2000-3000 years more advanced. Is that not anomolus?
Yes it is and that was my original point and you've finally had to concede.
So this is what we know so far: We have an incredibly advanced tradition which knows about Computer Science theory, mathematical linguistics, formal languages, hashing algorithms, scientific method. In Philosophy it treating subjects like Cognitive Psychology, advanced metaphysics and cosmology. It's analytical skills are uber-modern.
It is industrially manufacturing steel and zinc
Where has all this knowledge come from.
Why does this traditions internal records have such a long history and records linages going back 10,000 years and a history giving records for millions of years.
What that tell you? It's pure guess work. The history of the Sanskrit tradition is so mysterious and ancient that we have no idea when it started.
Modern historians are now overturrning that, it now turns out most dates of Sanskrit personalities are off by millenias.
The new evidence shows us the Sanskrit tradition and the IVC are the same.
It goes back 10,000 years.
It is practically impossible that primitive humans migrated around the 10,000 years coming out of the ice age and then immediately started building cities. Therefore the Sanskrit tradition goes into pre-glacial times.
They are a memory of a lost civilisation.
So stop asking me for archaelogical evidence for a lost civilisation.
I said at the start I am not saying this evidence exists,
all I am saying is that the post 21st century knowledge of the Sanskrit tradition does not fit into the time frame and therefore it belongs to prehistory.
Can you dismiss the facts that practically all cultures speak of a great flood?
Those were the superfloods that destroyed the Aryan civilisation.