Wednesday, 2 December 2020

101: Indian temple-technology, Gods, Dwarka, Vimana-Astra, War, Asura, Mahabharata

 The ancient Indian culture undoubtedly continues to display its grandeur through a vast number of monument-cities, built with a striking degree of technological and architectural perfection. Indeed, many of them were constructed by the Gods themselves or designed by wise architects such as Visvakarma, the builder of cities like Dwarka, the golden city of the God Krishna. The Trimurti of the Gods Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva – together with their consorts – represents a force that is fundamental to the existence of the Universe. Based on revelations found in books like the Mahabharata, the Skanda Purana, the Ramayana, the Bhagavad Gita, the Rig Veda and many other Vedic-Brahmic texts, these Gods were physically present and living among human beings. 

One enigmatic site characterised by this amazing technology and architecture is the mysterious Kailasa Temple, carved out of a single rock. Others include Konark’s Sun Temple, the ancient temple of Ramappa, the Warangal Fort and many others. To date, no one has explained how they were built or what their use might have been, judging from their vast proportions. 

According to chronicles, the Devas travelled in huge mobile palaces, called Vimanas, that could soar through the skies and into space… Is it possible that, in antiquity, they had technology advanced enough to enable them to embark on interplanetary journeys and even travel through time? 

And what can be said of the powerful weapons known as Astras that the Gods would use to combat the Asura demons? And what about India’s cosmic cultural traditions, such as Dwali and its connection with the Pleiades or the Seven Sisters – the Kratikas – which celebrates the triumph of light over darkness? 

Without a doubt, the ancient Indian culture is imbued with unprecedented wisdom and exceptional technological, metaphysical, cosmogonic and scientific knowledge that has not been profoundly valued; in fact, attempts have been made to keep this fact hidden.

That is not all, however. The ancient texts of India are packed with descriptions of a huge nuclear holocaust in antiquity, triggered by powerful and destructive weapons, which we had never imagined could exist in past eras. 

The Mahabharata chronicles the fierce and devastating Kurukshetra War, waged between the Pandavas and the Kauravas; these frightening battles would annihilate whole cities and nations. A multitude of flying ships are said to have participated, equipped with magical weapons – the likes of which are unknown to us today. Did nuclear weapons actually exist in antiquity? And which hidden mysteries form part of the amazing culture of ancient India?

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