Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Ancient Atomic Warfare (Part Four)

The mystery deepens as more ancient cities are discovered around the world show classic signs of destruction by atomic warfare in ancient times. As outlandish as that may sound there is clear evidence to support this fact.

More vitrified ruins can be found in Turkey, the Middle East, parts of Africa, France, and Scotland. In 1850 an American explorer claims to have discovered melted rock remains of an ancient city in California’s Death Valley area. Ancient American Indian lore proclaims the area to be full of underground labyrinths that go on for miles and once inhabited by an unknown race of people. Researchers of ancient atomic warfare also see parallels of Greek mythology and Hindu mythology in regards to weapons of mass destruction described as thunderbolts from the gods and other incinerating weapons that can only be comparable to particle beam weapons, and nuclear weapons.

Ancient cities like Harappa and Kot Diji show signs of radiation poisoning by the soil being covered with radioactive ash from some unknown period in the past. Intense levels of radiation still persist enough to warn against long-term exposure in such areas. Archaeologist from all over the world has been examining these regions in India and Pakistan that show extremely high amounts of radioactivity. Skeletal human remains, fused-walls, and city ruins are all dangerously radioactive to this day and have been exposed to intense heat.

The majority of the skeletal remains found is amazingly intact and lay where they fell. Scientists know that when bodies are exposed to high levels of radiation, the bones of the victims barely decay and are left remaining for thousands of years, and animal scavengers will not touch them at all. The area of devastation and high levels of radiation prevent any disturbance of where the victims lie and are left perfectly preserved.

Most archaeologists investigating these unusual ruins are baffled as to why the inhabitants of theses ancient cities were obviously obliterated by some kind of catastrophe resulting in high doses of radiation. The Indian government has consequently forbid the general public in these areas of unnaturally high amounts of radiation. Archaeologists maintain that most of these cities were built about 4000 years ago, but because of radiation exposure interfering with the carbon dating procedure. The actual construction and destruction of the cities could be perhaps far older, and some scientists speculate, at least up to 12,000 years ago is probable.

Is it really possible that the sacred Hindu scripture The Bhagavad Gita and the Bible contain not merely just fanciful stories, myths and legends, but in actuality, real recorded events that actually happened in human history? By studying Homer’s epic poems the Iliad and the Odyssey, archaeologist and historians have already successfully interpreted clues and geographical descriptions to locate the lost city of Troy as mentioned in the Trojan War roughly 3000 years ago to be found in what is now modern-day Turkey.

Indus Valley Sites: Harappa, Mohenjo-Daro, Lothal, Rupnagar, Kalibangan, Dholavira, Surkotada, Bhirrana, Rakhigarhi, Meluhha, Kot Diji, Farmana

The Bhagavad Gita (Penguin Classics)

The Iliad (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

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