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"Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds."
Some time ago despite knowing that both Harappa and Mohenjo Daro in Pakistan were radioactive sites, another site was discovered in India highly radioactive and from the article on veda.wikidot.com is dated back some 8000 to 10000 years old. Its effects are still being felt by a high percentage of birth defects in the area, where the Indian Authorities were building a new housing area. Another site which is basically a crater lake which is radioactive near Bombay was discovered. In order to create such a impact crater in basalt, a shock of some 600,000 atmospheres would have been needed and this site is dated as less than 50,000 years old.
You will find it isn't in there. The "translation" has been plastered everywhere but it simply isn't true.
A single projectile charged with all the power in the Universe...An incandescent column of smoke and flame as bright as 10,000 suns, rose in all its splendor...it was an unknown weapon, an iron thunderbolt, a gigantic messenger of death which reduced to ashes an entire race.
The ancient texts tell of technology that today would not surprise us:
Photographic and listening devices whereby conversations in other planes could be heard.
Making planes that could not:
Be Cut - now that suggests to me made to withstand laser weapons whilst in the air (I hardly think they worried about sabotage on the ground and chain saws.
Motionless - that suggests Harrier ability.
What intrigues me is that archaeology seems to concentrate - or is financed to avoid looking at evidence for a previous highly technological society. If one thinks about it how much would we have left after nuclear explosions which the article suggests were the same size as Hiroshima etc and how far down would we have to excavate and in an extremely dangerous environment.
In an interview 7 years later he confirmed that "Ancient Cities whose brick and stone walls have literally been vitrified, that is fused together exist in India, Ireland, Scotland, France, Turkey and other places".
the Mahabharata is really quite insane when you really look at the whole story. not only the descriptions of the weapons which are all space-age technology thousands of years "before it's time". but, what's even more interesting aside from the literal vitrification of ancient sites ( a process which requires nuclear level heat) was how they describe the actual effects of radiation poisoning with out actually mentioning radiation. they talk about peoples hair and finger nails falling out after becoming ill along with some other symptoms which are specifically only associated with direct exposure to some serious radiation. these people weren't talking about a meteor hitting the earth. they were talking about an all out war between the "gods" and they wrote it as an actual history not some symbolic fable. the only thing is the Mahabharata is EXTREMELY long and daunting to read so I can see why most people wouldn't pick it up or even have access to its many volumes. but i would recommend investigating it further to anyone interested in advanced ancient civilizations.