Saturday, 28 July 2012

Ancient Warfare

Conflict Between Atlantis and the Rama Empire

The ancient Indian texts Ramayana, Mahabharata, and other texts often refer to bloody, destructive conflicts between Atlantis and the Rama Empire, waged between 20 and 12 thousand years ago, i.e. in the aftermath of the destruction of the empire of Mu. The weapons of mass destruction deployed in these wars were so horrific that official sciences simply refuse to even consider their existence.
The weaponry was also deployed after the establishment of the Rama Empire, shortly after Noah’s Flood in the course of the 1st Pyramid War, which resulted in the destruction of the entire Earth’s firmament, and caused another massive 40 day flood.
Another great Old Indian epic of Mahabharata describes the dimensions of a vimana owned by an Asura named Maya. The craft was approximately 6-7 m in diameter and was fitted with four strong wheels.
The epic also mentions a chase during which Krishna pursued his enemy Salwa across the sky. When Salwa’s vimana, called Saubha, turns invisible, Krishna immediately dispatches a special missile which finds its target by following “sound”.
Modern Tibetan Discovery-- In another region, in Tibetan Lhasa near the border of today’s India, Chinese researchers recently discovered a collection of Sanskrit documents which contained actual manuals for constructing interstellar spacecraft propelled by antigravity drives.
The technology, as described in the texts, is based on a mysterious force known as laghima, which may be activated by human psyche (possibly the famous ‘vril’ force as mentioned by H. BĹ‚awatzk), and on centrifugal force strong enough to neutralize any gravitational pull.
The mentioned documents also refer to the technology of a so called “cap of invisibility” and the method of locally increasing the gravity pull to “make oneself as heavy as a mountain of lead”. They also mention plans to undertake an expedition to the Moon [sic!].
The Rigveda contains a description of Arjuna’s journey to the stars. The human hero is taken to the “gods” onboard an aircraft driven by “a pilot named Matali”. Arjuna “ascended in a chariot alike the sun” to “regions unknown to mortals, to those that walk the earth”. Once there, Arjuna observes that “the Sun did not shine there, but with its own radiance shone what down there, on Earth, can be seen in stellar form”.
The Visnu Purana, in turn, mentions a vehicle of a traveller named Kalka, which was “guided solely by the sheer will of the pilot”. It is interesting that anyone could have even conceived such a notion while it was only very recently that the military begun testing special helmets capable of directly receiving neural impulses from the pilots’ brains and translating them into commands for the central computer.
In the famous epic Ramayana, we also find an account of a journey to the nearest celestial body in a vimana, as well as the subsequent combat using unknown weaponry, with a spacecraft of the Ashvins, i.e. a race of the Atlantean faction.
Ancient texts mention not only flying spaceships but also weaponry which greatly resembles weapons of mass destruction as we know them:
A single missile loaded with the entire energy of the universe was thrown in. A scorching pillar of smoke and flames, brighter than ten suns, rose in all its magnificence... It was an unknown weapon, an iron thunder, a colossal bringer of death, which turned to dust all of the Vrishni and Andhaka races... Their bodies were burnt beyond recognition, hair and nails would peel off, clay pots would crack for no apparent reason, and the feathers of birds turned white. Within an hour all foodstuffs turned inedible...  Read on if you dare...

...fleeing from the fires, soldiers flung themselves into streams to wash themselves and their equipment ... [the weapon]... pushed back the lines [of warriors] along with their mounts, elephants, ground vehicles and their weapons, as if they were no more than dry leaves. Pushed away... they looked beautiful, like birds in flight ... flying up from trees...
Those who never had a chance to read the Old Indian epic Mahabharata will no doubt shake their heads in disbelief and suspect that the quoted description refers to weaponry at the disposal of modern armies.
Indeed, it is an account of the brutal shockwave accompanying a nuclear explosion whose strength was so overwhelming that it needed the comparison to not one but ten suns. All those who survived the blast itself suffered hair and nail loss, birds’ feathers were turned to ash. Just as was observed during early American tests with nuclear weapons, here too everything, food included, was poisoned.
Furthermore, as is also practiced and taught in the modern army, in order to at least partially cleanse oneself of radiation, body and equipment needed to be rinsed with running water.
In another passage of the Mahabharata it is stated that the weapon is capable of “punishing the soil with twelve years of infertility and killing unborn babies in their mothers’ wombs”. Today, we know that the radiation sickness can cause, both in humans and animals, fetal deformations and fatal radiogenic mutations. For example, we are seeing modern evidence of radiogenic mutations in Iraq, resulting from the use of depleted uranium ammunition.
Further on in the text, we find a passage suggesting that even asteroids were at a point used as weaponry in the wars, being guided down onto the enemy’s territories.
Arjuna, having received the most powerful weapon imaginable, set out on Indra’s orders to challenge demons that gathered 30 million soldiers in their undersea strongholds! The Lord of the Heavens allowed Arjuna the use of his flying vehicle, which could also travel underwater, as well as his best pilot, Matala.
A fierce battle commenced which soon escalated to a global cataclysm. The Asura wanted to drown the world in a massive flood, but Arjuna’s attacks managed to evaporate the waters and annihilate the demonic forces. Triumphant, he walked into the defeated enemy’s stronghold.
The civilizations of Mu and Atlantis were eventually wiped out in that exact way, with the rest of the globe suffering massive and cataclysmic consequences in the form of violent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Nowadays, undersea cities are only ever mentioned in S-F stories or in casual futuristic articles in popular science magazines. Our ancestors were evidently granted the technologies of the gods themselves, for it is how they referred to the beings from outer space that originally brought all that knowledge to Earth.
Further on, the epic continues to recount Arjuna’s attack on a city orbiting the Earth in outer space. The space station was pushed so far off its orbit that it was very nearly pulled down towards the planet, but Arjuna continued his assault until he finally ripped the installation to shreds.