posted on May, 15 2004 @ 05:30 AM
Soon you will all know me and I'll stop preceding posts with my credentials. Until then, know that I am a caffine junkie and devote untold hours to
Anyway here goes.
The Hindu Mahabharata describes what can only be nuclear weapons being dropped from flying craft called vimana. The blast is described as bright as
10000 suns, causing hair and nails to fall out, and contaminating food stuffs.
A city has been found, vitrified and irridaiated in India, near Jomphur. There is no impact crator, and the final blow to the meteor theory is that a
meteor would leave heavy traces of irridium. The arguement that nature covered the crater is invalid because there is a city still standing there...
there should be a great big commet shaped hole in the city. This city is roughly dated 8000-12000 BC, but since Carbon 14 dating is impossible on an
unnaturally irradiated site (because it would turn carbon into radiocarbon) we can't hold that date too firmly.
In 13000 BC, the Younger Dryas iceage began rather abruptly during the warmup from the Older Dryas, which occured roughly 25000 BC. This could be
attributed to nuclear winter. Coral and ice samples reveal 4 times the normal finding of uranium around 13000 BC, and in the vitrified sites in India,
North America, and Arabia there are annomolies of carbon dating. Lower strata will date as being younger than the strata above, at roughly 13000 BC.
This is because something turned carbon in that level into radio-carbon.
A non-vedic follow-on to the Mahabharata describes the propulsion of a Vimana. Samara Sutradhara (battlefield commander) written in the 4th century,
describes a chamber containing mercury above an iron box full of fire. A vortex in mercury can be sustained by charging it electically. If the iron
box were highly radioactive it would serve to charge the mercury, perpetuating a vortex which at the very least is an effective turbine design,
however others suggest that this design is similiar to a theoretically possible fusion engine.
Miniature aircraft, traditionally explained as birds or insects, although they are in no way anatomically correct (and were pointed out by a certain
german officer to look EXACTLY like a certain model of fighter) have been found in South America.
The preponderance of evidence for lost technology suggests that an earlier society possessed knowledge now lost (or believed to be lost... ask me what
i think about Nazi technology some day).
The timeline shows a series of coincidinces implying a major explosive/radiological event in 13000 BC (which i must volunteer could be explained by
the crashing of a meteor composed of large quantites of uranium)... but most meteors are made of ice.
Finally, arachaeology shows a series of impacts which can only be nuclear in nature, excluding the possibility that some entirely unknown natural
process can mimic an atom bomb.
This doesn't even seem so crazy when you consider that many civilizations agree that we had otherwordly teachers. The bible speaks not only of fallen
angels, but of Enoch, who walked with God and ascended to heaven without dying, being the founder of several sciences. The Greeks have Haephaistos
(roman vulcan), cast down to Earth where he shared his gift as a master artisan. They also give us Hermes, who fulfills a more mythical version of
Enoch's role. Enoch had a babylonian counterpart named enniki-something, and they were both closely identified with the Egyptian Thoth (the moon
god). Enoch, like the flood, shares enough in common with other regional stories to suggest a common origin, and most likely, partial truth. As a
general rule, when enough people are telling the same story... expect a bit of truth.
As for lightening... it has to be ball lightening, 3 miles wide, and it has to trigger the fission of a natural uranium deposit. That's the only way
it can account for a huge radioactive vitrified circle.