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Agastya's Ancient Indian Battery - Was Electricity used in Ancient Civilizations?

 I have been recreating the electric battery, which was used in Ancient India. This battery was described by a sage called Agastya who lived at least 4000 years ago, and what I am making is according to what's being described in the ancient text called Agastya Samhita. Watch the video below or read on. 

This text, talks about using an earthen pot as a container and using two types of metals: Copper and Zinc. So, this is how the setup looks. If I test this with a voltmeter, you can see there is no voltage so far. Now, the text mentions that sawdust must be put in the container. 
When we add sawdust in the container, the sawdust goes in between the two metals, and makes sure they don't touch each other, or create a short circuit. If we check the voltage now, we can see that it is already producing 0.4 or xx volts. But the text mentions adding yet another strange material to complete the battery: The neck of a peacock. In the ancient Sanskrit text this material is mentioned as shikhigreeva, which means the neck of a peacock. Many secret cults exist even today, and these people still trying to recreate the battery using the actual neck of a peacock. For example, even this year, 10 peacocks were found dead by strangulation in India, and cops are trying to figure out as to why this is happening. This is because these cults are trying to use the peacocks neck to recreate the ancient Indian battery. But this is a mistake, because all ancient texts, especially those related to alchemy use code words, to confuse the public.  Even Isaac Newton mentions using Green Lion, and experts are trying to figure out what he actually meant.
In ancient Indian alchemy, the neck of the peacock actually refers to copper sulfate solution. You can see that both of them have the same color. So, I bought copper sulfate, and I have made it into a solution, and as soon as I add this liquid, you can see the voltage rising up dramatically. Here it is showing xx volts. So, you can see that what's mentioned in the ancient text is actually capable of making electricity. Remember, we read in history books that the electric battery was created by a man called  Alessandro Volta just 200 years ago, but sage Agastya used this battery at least 4000 years ago.  But what's really strange is that Alessandro Volta uses pretty much the same materials for  creating  the "very first battery". He used copper and zinc plates just like Agastya, and instead of using copper sulfate, he used sulfuric acid.

Now, going back to the ancient text, Agastya says, use 100 containers and you can create a very effective force. Here, I have just used 3 of them in series and you can see that the voltage increases to 3 volts or xxx volts. Now, if I connect a small Led bulb, you can see that it glows. 

This is a very interesting point that the ancient text mentions using the batteries for increasing the voltage. The natural question is "WHY" was this used? Why did ancient people use multiple containers to produce high voltage electricity?  Did they use it for lighting purposes, just like modern times? If so, is there any evidence that electric bulbs were used in ancient times?

By Olaf Tausch - Own work, CC BY 3.0, 

In the Dendera Temple  of ancient Egypt, there are strange carvings which show the usage of electric bulbs. These carvings were also created 4000 years ago, and you can see huge electric bulbs with snake like filaments inside. What's even more interesting is that there are wires coming out of these bulbs and going into a box. Did this box, contain Agastya's battery of 100 cells, producing 100 volts to illuminate these bulbs? If this is true, this might explain how ancient structures like Giza Pyramid and Kailasa Temple were constructed in such a short period of time. If we visit the Kailasa temple for example, the chambers inside are so dark, that nothing is visible. There is no way to use mirrors or metal sheets to reflect sunlight into these chamber for illumination. But, there are spectacular, flawless carvings created inside these chambers. Creating such brilliant carvings is impossible with flickering flames of natural fire. How was it possible, without the use of steady electric light? If we assume, that ancient people did use torches and used light from fire, for creating this temple and carvings, there should be a lot of soot or carbon deposited on the ceilings. But there is no trace of soot or carbon on the ceilings at all. How do we explain the creation of these brilliant monuments? Is it possible that the ancient people were using battery powered lights? How else do we explain this ancient battery, mentioned thousands of years ago by Agastya?

Agastya actually explained many advanced technical devices in the same book. He talks about battery powered vehicles. Today we have electric bikes which use just 24 volts. The text mentions Electroplating which can be easily done with this set up. He talks about splitting water into oxygen and hydrogen, and using this hydrogen in balloons for traveling. We do hot air balloon rides today.

He also talks about the concept of an electric motor. I have set up 5 of these cells, and there is enough power to charge a cell phone and we can even run a motor. This is really fascinating because, once we realize that these type of gadgets were used in ancient times, we can understand how ancient temples like Hoysaleswaratemple were built. I've shown you the machine made pillars in this temple, and even archeologists agree that these were made using lathe technology. If Agastya's batteries and motors were used along with the gears and machining tools carved on the Hoysaleswara temple, we can easily produce these machine made pillars.

Now, why did Agastya use earthen pots instead of other items? If he could use metals like copper and zinc, he could have easily used these metals, wood or glass for the container. The reason for using earthen pot is this. it cools what's inside, by a process called evaporative cooling. The efficiency of the battery, dramatically changes with its temperature, so the earthen pot will keep the battery at its optimal temperature.  

If these earthen pot batteries were used in large numbers in ancient times, we should have found at least a few of them. Believe it or not, archeologists have unearthed thousands of these pots, in varying sizes all over India. The usual theory is that these pots were used for burying dead people, but they have also excavated many, many pots which don't contain human remains, but have metal plates instead. For example, in the village of Chandayan, several pots were unearthed with copper plates inside them. Archeologists estimate that these are also 4000 years old, which matches the timeline of sage Agastya.


Are all of these evidences just coincidences? The ancient battery that can light up a bulb -  The electric bulbs carved in ancient Egypt - Carvings in the dark chambers of Kailasa temple, with absolutely no natural light - Today's motors running using just 5 cells? The machine made pillars of Hoysaleswara temple - Thousands of excavated earthen pots with copper and metal plates. Are all these evidences mere coincidences or do they prove that ancient civilizations used advanced technology? Please let me know your thoughts in the comments section. 

Ancient Technology of India - The Iron Pillar that Never Rusts?

The ancient iron pillar of Indiahas many baffling features which have not been explained till date. One of the strangest features is that it has not rusted for more than a thousand years, although we can see some rusting in the recent years. Archeologists confirm that this was created at least 1600 years ago, but it could be much older than that. An iron pillar made such a long time ago should have rusted and completely disintegrated. How was such a pillar made, 1600 years ago, at a time when Historians claim there was no advanced technology? Watch the video below or read on.

In 2002, scientists studied the iron pillar and realized that it has a strange way of reacting to the atmosphere. Normally, Iron reacts with moisture in the atmosphere or rain and produces Iron oxide, which is called Rust (Fe2O3).
This rust is very powerful, it will deteriorate the iron, and eventually destroy the entire structure. For example, if you look at this Nandu bridge in China which is less than 80 years old, it has been completely taken over by rust, making the bridge unusable. But the iron pillar does something very strange. When it comes in contact with moisture or rain, it produces a strange material called Misawite, which has not been seen anywhere before. This material actually forms a protective coating over the iron pillar and shields it from damage, and also increases its magnetic property.
                                                        Picture By Tarun Bhardwaj

Now, why does the iron pillar create Misawite instead of Rust or Iron Oxide? What makes this Iron pillar produce such a strange compound that is not seen anywhere else? The iron pillar is actually made of 98% Iron, 1% Phosphorous and the remaining 1% is made of an ancient concoction called Vajra-sanghata. This concoction is clearly explained in ancient Indian texts. The Vajra-sanghata is created by mixing 8 parts of lead, 2 parts of bell metal and 2 parts of calx of brass. So, if you look at the total composition of the iron pillar, it is made of a complex alloy, created in ancient times. Instead of rusting which is Iron Oxide, the phosphorous and Vajra-sanghata make water vapor which is H2O, to convert into Misawite, a compound of Iron, Oxygen and Hydrogen.

Fe + H2O = y-FeOOH (Misawite)

This layer actually protects the pillar from rusting. So, the pillar would accumulate this protective coating over the course of many centuries, making it even more stronger.Now remember I showed you Surang Tila, the temple that withstood a massive earthquake. The stones of this temple were also bound by ancient binding materials, making it last forever. So, you can see that the ancient Indian technology was really advanced in creating structures that stand the test of time. The other intriguing question is this: Who created this pillar? Now, there is an ancient inscription in Sanskrit on this pillar, which only hints at who could have created this structure.

The inscription refers to a King called Chandra and mentions that his empire basically extended beyond all the borders of today's India. It also explicitly mentions that his empire covered the southern ocean of India, which refers to the Indian Ocean. All experts think this refers to the King Chandragupta Maurya who lived around 300 B.C.
The problem is, that even the most exaggerated versions agree that Chandragupta never reached the Indian ocean, his empire did not touch the southern tip of India. But experts don't know of any other King with the name of Chandra who ruled the entire Indian subcontinent. But there is another King described in ancient texts who is not being considered. He is none other than Rama, the hero of the Indian epic Ramayana. Rama was explicitly mentioned with the suffix Chandra in ancient texts and referred to as Rama'Chandra'. Rama did cross the Indian Ocean in the southernmost point to defeat the King of Srilanka.
But there is another startling evidence in the inscription. All experts agree that what you see below is the most accurate, literal translation of the Sanskrit inscription.

"He, as if wearied, has abandoned this world, and resorted in actual form to the other world – a place won by the merit of his deeds – (and although) he has departed, he remains on earth through (the memory of his) fame (kīrti)." 

This inscription clearly mentions that the King who installed the iron pillar, left to another world in actual form, which means he left physically to another world. These words are completely ignored by modern day historians, because they argue that all ancient civilizations were primitive, and could not posses advanced technology like spacecraft.

But all Hindu texts repeatedly state that the Gods came down from the sky, and used advanced flying machines like Vimanas. The ancient text of Padma Purana explicitly says that Rama left the earth and reached another planet called Vishnulokha. Now, even though all evidences point in this direction, why don't historians consider Rama as the person who installed this pillar? Because according to historians, Rama is not a historical figure, he is a fictional character mentioned in mythology and not in history. If you look at the history of Indian history, today's history books formally began during the British occupation, and they blanketly claim that any king who existed in India before 600 B.C, were merely mythical figures. This is the reason why figures like Rama and Krishna do not appear in History books, even though these ancient texts are called Itihasa which literally means History. Of course, in History Channel I have repeatedly stated that ancient Hindu texts show the real history of India. The fact that this pillar is still standing is enough evidence, that ancient India had a very advanced technology.

We have looked at  many questions about the Iron pillar like how  was it built, who could have built it and so on. But the main question is this: Why was the Iron Pillar built and placed in this location? What is the reason for constructing it with such complicated materials?
Archeologists claim it is just a decorative flag post - This is total nonsense. In my videos I have shown you how every ancient Indian structure was created for a specific reason - the wheels in temples were created to show time, even the smallest carvings served a purpose. So the real question is, why was the Iron pillar made in such a fashion, that it won't rust, like all modern electrical equipment? Today, all electrical components are specifically manufactured to be non-corrosive, but why was such a structure needed in ancient times?

And most importantly how is it connected to the huge tower nearby known as Qutb Minar? Do you know that, if you exclude the height of modern day railings on the Qutb Minar, the Qutb Minar was built exactly 10 times taller than the Iron Pillar. The height of the Iron Pillar is 7.21 meters and the height of the Qutb Minar is 72.1 meters. Is this a coincidence that they were built to a 1:10 ratio? To understand the mystery, we have to examine ancient Indian texts to see if they used electricity. I hope you liked this post, and I appreciate your comments.

- Praveen Mohan

Who built Qutb Minar? Muslims or Hindus?

I have been researching this brilliant monument called Qutb Minar - historians say that this fantastic tower was built by a Muslim ruler called Qutb al-Din Aibak also known as Qutb-ud-din, about 800 years ago. This site is recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site because it full of Islamic structures like India's first mosque, the Qutb Minar and tombs of famous Mughal kings. However, were these structures really built by Muslim kings? Watch the video below or read on. 

Now let's take a good look at these structures, they are definitely Islamic structures. You can see the domes on top, verses of Quran in Arabic carved on the walls, and typical Mughal designs all over the structure. There should be absolutely no doubt in your mind that these were built by  Muslim rulers. But let's take a look at this unfinished structure nearby. 
Here you can see how a dome has been constructed on top, but is not finished. Below this dome, you can see that the pillars look very similar to the pillars of a Hindu temple. You can see typical temple bells carved on these pillars. But let's go closer and see if we can find more evidence. Here we can see the defaced carving of Lord Ganesha, the Elephant God who belongs to Hinduism. What is he doing in the Qutb Minar complex built by Islamic rulers? In fact, we can see many, many carvings of Indian Gods that have been disfigured in this site. 
 On the top, you can even see the war scene from the Hindu epic Ramayana. Remember, carvings of God, saints and human beings are completely  prohibited in Islam, so this absolutely not an Islamic structure. You can even see the Hindu religious altar called Balipeetam. 

Now, let's go back and look at the big picture. On the left, is the Jama Masjid which is hailed as India's very first mosque built by Islamic rulers. On the right, is a Hindu temple, on top of which an Islamic dome has been built. 
The only difference between the left and the right photographs is that the structure on the right was not finished by Muslim Kings. Had the dome been finished, pillars been polished to remove the carvings, the walls been covered with new plaster, and Islamic designs and verses written on the walls, you would believe that this was also built completely by Islamic rulers. Both these pictures were taken at the site of Qutb Minar complex, they are only a few 100 feet apart.
Walking through various structures of this complex, I realized that if you don't see the dome from the outside, you would think this is a Hindu temple, because it is a Hindu temple that's merely been converted for religious convenience. Islamic rulers did not even take the time to demolish the ancient temples completely, and build new structures with the same material. They made simple changes to the existing temples and renamed them as Islamic structures.  This is evident when you see that the dome on top looks completely different from the rest of the structure.
 Picture by Abhijeet Rane (originally posted to Flickr as [1]) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

This wouldn't be the case if they reused the materials from demolished temples. They simply constructed a new dome with a different material on top of the existing Hindu temple, and defaced the walls which had carvings of various gods. This is confirmed when you look at the ceiling from the inside of the so-called mosque, it looks identical to the floral or cymatic designs of ancient Hindu temples.

All these evidences, clearly prove that the structures around this brilliant tower were in fact Hindu monuments. But what about the tower itself? Was Qutb Minar, the most important piece of this complex, built originally by Muslim Kings?
To understand this, we must understand why the Qutb Minar was built. Why was this structure built to a stupendous height of 240 feet? I mean, what is the purpose of this structure? The main reason given by historians is that this was used as a Minaret, a place where a man could stand on top and call the locals to come to the mosque for prayer. But there are many problems with this theory. Why did the Minaret get all the beautiful decorations, while the mosque which is the main building, is almost in ruins? The entrance of Islamic Minaret's must face east, but the Qutb Minar's entrance faces north. If you climb to the top of the tower using the narrow spiral stairs, it will take you more than 45 minutes.  How did anyone climb up and down 5 times a day? Assuming you do this, the tower is so tall, that even if you shout at the top of your lungs, nobody in the ground can hear you. The sound you make from that height actually gets dissipated and dispersed, failing to reach the people on the ground. You would need a mic, to be heard from such a height and microphones didn't exist 800 years ago.
Historians also give another reason: The Qutb Minar was built as a symbol to celebrate the victory and power of King Qutb-ud-din. If establishing the fame and power of himself was the main reason for building this tower,  there should be some inscription on the structure that bears his name. After all, Historians say that this tower is the best achievement of him in his lifetime. However, Qutb-ud-din's name is not inscribed anywhere on this tower, even though there are thousands of other Arabic phrases inscribed on the walls. What's even more strange, his name is clearly inscribed on the walls of the nearby mosque, and it explicitly mentions that Qutb-ud-din did in fact  establish the mosque.  If Qutb-ud-din constructed Asia's tallest stone structure at that time, and built it as a symbol of his power, why did he not have his name carved on it?
Other flimsy reasons like this was built as a watch tower are nonsense because Qutb-ud-din never built a fort anywhere in this area, in fact he lived in Lahore which is more than 250 miles away. Not to mention that watch towers don't have to be superbly decorated and covered with the verses of Quran. In fact, most of the tourists who visit this site, are completely unsatisfied with these explanations as to why the Qutb-Minar was built. To this day, the question of "Why Qutb Minar was built" is quite popular on Google.

The other baffling question is  this: How was Qutb-ud-din able to build such a grand tower? All historians agree that he ruled this place for just 4 years. How did Qutb-ud-din, who couldn't even build these smaller structures, and merely dressed them up as Islamic structures, manage to build this breathtaking monument within  just 4 years?
Imagine the time when Qutb-ud-din first reached this place. This place was totally filled with ancient Hindu structures, the Qutb Minar is still completely surrounded at the base by these demolished Hindu monuments. Did the ancient Hindu builders leave an empty space of 50 feet diameter exactly in the center of the complex, so that Qutb-ud-din can come centuries later, and conveniently build the Qutb Minar? What's more interesting is that the term Qutb-Minar itself must have been coined in the 1800s, to attribute the tower to King Qutb-ud-din. Because the term Qutb-Minar does not appear in any Historical document before the last 2 centuries, even Muslim historians do not mention this term. 

Also, many historians are spinning theories that it took many centuries to build the tower, and different levels were built by different kings. This is a joke, because this kind of extremely tall structures need a deep foundation, otherwise the entire structure will just crumble down. Think about this, if the first Mughal king only wanted to build one level, he would have only created a shallow foundation. Another king who decided to build the next two levels cannot just go back and deepen the foundation. He must simply demolish this and start from scratch. This is like saying the empire state building was initially built as a single storey house, and eventually people just built multiple floors on top of the house. These kind of structures must be planned and built from start to finish, otherwise they will just collapse like a house of cards.  All these evidences mean that this tower was built as an integral part of the Hindu temple complex, constructed much before the time of Muslim kings.
Ironically, the very first paper published that Qutb Minar is a Hindu monument was put forward by a Muslim archeologist, by the name of Syed Ahmed Khan in 1852. In his paper Āsār us-ṣanāddīd, he states many reasons as to why this is a Hindu structure. When we casually look at Qutb Minar, it does look like a Muslim monument because it is covered with verses of Quran in Arabic. However, if you observe the walls carefully, you can see that Hindu carvings appear all over the place. Here, you can see these patterns of bells and chains, which are Hindu symbols.
This is confirmed when you can see the exact same design of bells and chains on the damaged Hindu temples in the same complex. In the picture below, you can see it is all over the pillars. 
This means that the tower was built around the same time as the ancient Hindu temples, and not by the Islamic kings who arrived much later in time.

Now, is it possible that the Islamic kings simply liked this design, and asked the local builders to reproduce them on the Qutb Minar? Bells are actually forbidden in Islam, because Prophet Mohammed has said that "The bell is one of the musical instruments of Satan." There is no way that any Muslim king would ask his workers to carve bells on an Islamic monument. On the contrary, it is a well known fact that Hindus use bells in all their temples. In fact, these type of melodious bells and chains are hung in many Hindu homes, even today, as a religious symbol. 
This proves that Qutb Minar was in fact a Hindu monument, that was merely dressed up as an Islamic structure, just like how the other temples were turned into Islamic buildings. The Arabic verses were simply added much later in time, to make it look like a Muslim monument. Syed Ahmad Khan, who was an expert on Arabic says that many of the Arabic verses on the tower have wrong spelling and grammar, and make no sense. These verses were added in a hurried and sloppy fashion, just like the disfiguring of the other temple's walls. The entrance of Qutb Minar faces perfectly to the North, just like most ancient Hindu temples.

The Muslim kings at that time, would not have guessed that people today can examine the walls with binoculars and zoom lenses. So they did not bother to disfigure smaller carvings. There are patterns of lotus flowers carved all over the walls of the tower, which is a sacred Hindu symbol. 
Islamic invaders could not have used them, because lotus flowers simply do not grow, where they came from. These Large Arabic verses are eye-catching, but if you observe closely, they have been added on top of Hindu designs of lotus buds. 
Not to mention that the Qutb Minar is made of the exact same material that the ancient temples are made of. All these evidences prove that the so called Qutb-Minar was in fact an ancient Hindu structure that existed much before the arrival of Islam in India. However, this is not the end, but just a beginning. What is the original name of this tower? Why was it built? To understand its origin, we must look at another mysterious structure in the temple complex - the Iron Pillar of India. I will explain this in my next post. 

1300 Year Old Carving of BodhiDharma Found in Mahabalipuram - Proves his Origin

The  Mahabalipuram cave temples in India are very mysterious and contain loads of ancient history in the form of carvings. I find myself visiting these structures again and again, for some strange reason. In one of the monuments, we can see the oldest depiction of Bodhidharma, carved at least 1300 years ago. 

Bodhidharma is a very mysterious figure and has statues all over China and Japan and is considered the founder of martial arts at the Shaolin temple. He is an iconic figure among Buddhist monks. All ancient Chinese texts agree that he came from a foreign country, but experts are not sure if he was from Iran or from India. This confusion exists because Bodhidharma came from a kingdom called the Pallava Kingdom. There are 2 kingdoms which existed under the same name, one in Iran and another in India. 
But this 1300 year old carving puts this confusion to rest, because it is the oldest carving of Bodhidharma that has ever been found and is found at the heart of the Pallava Kingdom in India which proves that he is in fact from India.
 We can see that he is wearing a long head dress that extends to his legs and is shown with a beard and mustache, typical of Bodhidharma's depiction in China and Japan. However, the most important feature is his extremely large eyes which are shown almost popping out. The reason for this is because Bodhidharma did not have any eyelids. This was his distinct feature. And we can see that Bodhidharma is shown holding a long stick, which was the only thing that he ever carried around.

Other saints look distinctly different from Bodhidharma
If we look around in this temple, this figure is sharply in contrast with all other figures in this monument. All other saints are clean shaven and are shown with their palms together. However, Bodhidharma is shown with a beard and mustache. 
This is definitely not a carving of a layman, because he is shown standing on top of a temple tower, such a depiction is only given to people who are saints or kings.  And the beauty of this carving is that it shows Bodhidharma when he was young, because he left India in his early twenties.

So, who was this Bodhidharma, and why did he travel to China? A Chinese disciple of Bodhidharma, by the name of Tanlin, clearly describes his origin in a book written around 550 A.D. He has written that Bodhidharma was a South Indian of the western region, and was the third son of a great Indian king. Also, the author Tsutomu Kambe mentions that Bodhidharma came from a city called (香至) Kang-zhi, which is actually pronounced as Kanchi in India. The city of Kanchi was the capital of Pallava Kingdom, which is located less than 50 miles from this carving. Bodhidharma's real name was Jayavarman, a prince of the Pallava dynasty, who renounced his luxuries to become a monk. He then traveled to China where he taught various specialties including meditation, martial arts and medicine. Don't forget to leave your thoughts in the comments section. Have a great day!

Surang Tila Temple - Built With Ancient Alien Technology?

I am at the Surang Tila temple which is at least 1300 years old, and the beauty of this temple is that they used earthquake-resistant construction to build this temple. You can see that the stairs are bent, this is the effect of a massive earthquake that occurred in the 11th century A.D. This earthquake completely destroyed all the other structures in the area, but could only bend the stairs of this temple and could not break the structure. How was this temple able to withstand a powerful earthquake which demolished everything else in the area? What kind of construction technology was used 1300 years ago? Watch the video below or read on.
The builders used many strange construction techniques detailed in an ancient text called Mayamatam, which is said to be 4500 years old. The temple has several vertical shafts going underneath the ground, nearly 75 feet long that create an air vacuum. This is why, the temple was able to withstand the massive earthquake, because these air pockets absorb and disperse the vibrations of the earthquake.   The other key reason is the use of a strange paste to glue the blocks of the temple. These huge stones are put together by a special type of concoction, also detailed in the ancient book. This paste is not only many times stronger than concrete, but will also last forever. So, how was this earthquake resistant technique created 4500 years ago? Strangely enough, the author of this book is called Mayasura, who is considered the leader of Asuras, a race of extraterrestrials. Ancient Indian texts repeatedly mention that he was the architect of many incredible megalithic structures.  

This temple was excavated in 2006, by Dr. Arun Sharma who is a government archeologist and he has unearthed many temples by following the maps mentioned in ancient Indian texts. Dr. Sharma is one of the very first government archeologists to openly state that this structure was built by extraterrestrials. The reason is not only because of the astounding earthquake proof technology, but also because of what was found underneath this temple. Beneath the temple, they discovered many strange figures that do not look like humans at all. 
They look like depictions of grey aliens. And some of them are even shown wearing goggles and helmets. A large mask distinctly resembling an extraterrestrial was also found, but it has been removed from the nearby museum, for unknown reasons. 
Is it possible that these figures depict Mayasura, the extraterrestrial who devised earthquake proof technology? If this is true, were all Asuras really astronauts who came from a different planet? In July 2014, just 200 miles east of this temple, another archeologist discovered something remarkably similar. He found rock paintings which show extraterrestrials with helmets and antennas sticking out of them. And these paintings, not only show aliens, but also their flying craft. This archeologist has also stated that these paintings in fact depict extraterrestrials. Is it a coincidence that all these evidences indicate that ancient aliens visited us in the past?

Was Surang Tila built with extraterrestrial technology? How else was this earthquake proofing done? Why were these strange faced figures with helmets buried underneath the temple? Why do we see these cave paintings with alien faces and flying craft in the same area? Please let me know your thoughts in the comments section. 

Musical Pillars at Hampi, India - How Do They Work? Rock Melting Technology & Cymatics?

The Vittala temple at Hampi is known for its mysterious musical pillars. The pillars create a variety of different music and sounds, perplexing archeologists and scientist. You can watch the video below or read on. 
 This structure, called the musical hall is now closed for renovation. However, I managed to get the actual sounds from these pillars. Here is a pillar which shows a man playing ancient drums. 
If you tap this, you will hear the sound of these drums. Now, here is the sound of a temple bell. And here is the sound of a school bell. Now, you can combine various sounds to create even modern sounds, for example, this is the combination of the temple bell and school bell to create the modern day door bell. How do these different pillars create various sounds? But this is nothing, when you take this pillar that is made of one stone and has small columns carved onto it. 
However, if you tap on them, they create the seven notes of the musical scale in Indian classical music which is similar to  doremifa, sol, la, ti in the western world. What kind of stone technology existed in ancient India that could mimic the sounds of musical instruments? We can see many, many different sounds of advanced ancient instruments like 'Jal Tarang', which uses water waves, 'Ghatam' which uses terracotta pots, and even sounds of string instruments are created on these pillars.

How do these pillars, made of the same material, which is granite create these various sounds? Is it possible, that the ancient builders, somehow created holes inside these pillars. Because the only way to make different sounds from the same material of the same size is to alter its density. So do these pillars have holes inside them, that creates various sounds? The British had the same question in mind, and they not only took a huge pillar like this one but also cut one of the small columns to see what was in it. 
Here you can see the column that is missing, this was cut by the British during pre-independence in 1930s.  And they were surprised to find that all these pillars and columns are just made of solid rock.
So, if there are no holes inside these pillars, how do you make them create different sounds. If they altered the dimensions like height, width and diameter, you could at least make them sound a little bit different. This is why we tap on walls to find out if they are thin or thick, because it will sound different. But if you look closely, all the columns have the same height, width and diameter, yet they create the seven notes of the Indian musical scale.
 If they are all of the same dimensions, same material, and don't have holes inside, how do they create different musical sounds. The only way this could be achieved is by changing the intrinsic density of the pillars, by adding a new material to it in different proportions, like modern day alloys. Today, we melt various metals and add them in different ratios to create the desired effect. However, did ancient builders melt solid blocks of granite and mix it with other materials to create different sounds? Locals argue that the musical pillars were created by rock melting technology. As evidence, they say that chains made of rocks were hooked to these corners on the ceiling.  
Now, this would be impossible without melting the rocks. These rock chains were later destroyed during foreign invasion just like the temple tower. A chain made of solid rock - is something like that even possible? Why do these corners of Hampi temple have empty hooks? Based on a tip, I traveled to Kancheepuram, which is 300 miles from Hampi. And here, we can see the chains hanging from the hooks on the corners. 

Yes, these chains, with many links, are in fact made of stone! Archeologists have confirmed that these are made of stone and were created at least 700 years ago! How could anyone create these stone chains with primitive tools? Even today, such a technology is not possible with modern machines. What kind of machines were used in ancient times and how were they able to create these chains made of rock? But this is not the main problem. The problem is that while the stone chains are made of sand stone, the ceiling is made of granite blocks. 
So, how could they connect 2 different types of rocks at this junction. We know for a fact that this is impossible without melting the rocks. There is no way to connect 2 different materials using links unless one of them is melted. So, these rock chains prove that the ancient builders did in fact melt the rocks and changed its density like modern day alloys.
Now, let's go back to the musical pillars of Hampi. We can be sure that the rock chains were once hanging from the ceiling of the musical hall, otherwise there is no need for the hooks. Now, to create musical pillars, we not only require rock melting technology, but also enormous understanding of sounds. Did ancient builders have a much deeper understanding of sound, just like modern day scientists? Today, we use a technology called Cymatics to understand sound and vibration. When struck with different musical notes and vibrations, different geometric patterns emerge. Is it possible that the ancient builders were also using Cymatics? And more importantly, are these patterns carved in the temple of Hampi?
Here, you can  see cymatic patterns carved on the ceiling of the Hampi temple. These carvings clearly resemble the patterns similar to the musical notes. Each musical note creates a certain pattern, and the ceiling of the musical hall is full of varying patterns. Even better, these carvings show sound in 3 dimension, and today we can create 3 dimensional cymatic patterns of the same sounds using holograph. Is it a coincidence that these cymatic patterns are carved all over the ceiling of the musical hall? Why else did the ancient builders take enormous pains to create these varying patterns on the ceiling? Even more interesting, the musical hall is closed because people have damaged it by tapping the pillars with keys and coins, while in ancient times, musicians exclusively used sandalwood sticks to tap on these pillars. And if you look at this Cymatics pattern closely, we see exactly what is going on. The women are standing in a circle, tapping with sticks and the sound they create is visually depicted in the center.
Let's go into the main chamber of the temple, to see if we can find more evidence. This place is completely dark and infested with bats, but it once housed the idol of Vittala, the main god of the temple. The idol is gone now, but on the ceiling, you can see a very large cymatics pattern. What is the need for carving such elaborate patterns on top of the idol in a dark chamber?

So, what do you think? How do these pillars create music? Did ancient builders use rock melting technology to alter the nature of rocks? How else can we explain these rock chains made of sandstone linked to the granite hooks? How is this link possible, without rock melting technology? How could one rock with columns of same dimensions produce 7 different notes? Why are these various cymatics patterns carved on the ceiling of the musical hall? In my previous videos, I showed you evidence of advanced machining technology and even the use of telescope in ancient India. How were these possible, without the use of advanced technology? Please let me know your thoughts in the comments section.

Evidence of Ancient Machining Technology - 900 Year Old Hoysaleswara Temple, India

The Hoysaleswara Temple in Halebidu is an incredible structure built 900 years ago. I am going to show you some solid evidence of ancient machining technology in this temple. You can watch the video below, or read on.

There is something very strange about these pillars. If you look closely, you can see these minute circular marks all around the pillar. These are created as a result of machining the pillar on a lathe, this process is called turning. There is no way to achieve this with chisels and hammers manually. If you look at these pillars, it is crystal clear that they were made with machines. In fact, archeologists agree that these pillars were created in a lathe, but offer no convincing explanation as to how these huge pillars were machined, 900 years ago. 
Nowadays, we are able to create these fascinating grooves and designs on a lathe, but machining a 12 foot tall stone pillar would be a very difficult job, even today. So, how were these pillars created with amazing perfection in ancient times? Did ancient builders use machines and advanced tools, just like what we use today? If this is true, is it possible that they also carved these machines or tools in this temple?
Above,  you can see a very strange device in the hands of a god called Masana Bhairava. This clearly represents a type of gear mechanism called planetary gears. The outer Gear has 32 teeth and the inner gear has exactly half the number or 16 teeth, which is precisely how we use reduction gears today. If this were just an imaginary tool, how could the ancient sculptors come up with this gear ratio of 2:1? Even more interesting, we can also see a fastener that goes around this mechanism and is locked in at the center. Today, we use the exact same technology, we use something called a circlip lock or a snap ring to keep these things in place. If historians are right, how could primitive people, working with chisels and hammers imagine such a mechanism? Is it possible that advanced machining technology was used 900 years ago? Is this why, we see such perfect pillars? What's more interesting is that this god is called Masana Bhairava (Masana = Measurement; Bhairava = God) which means God of measurement. Is it a coincidence that the God of measurement is holding an advanced tool?

But the best evidence of machining is not on the outside of the temple, let us go into the deep dark areas of the temple and see if we can find more evidence. There is a 7 foot tall god, with the most uncanny ornaments. His crown is adorned with skulls which are less than one inch wide. I realized that I could pass a small twig through one eye and it would come out through the ear on the other side. 
The twig can also be passed from ear to ear and also ear to mouth, and any way you want. What does this mean? It means that the entire skull is hollow inside. It is impossible to remove the inside of a small sphere which is only 1 inch wide. Even with modern machines, this would be a very difficult, but we know for a fact that creating a hollow sphere inside of such a small rock is impossible with primitive tools. Even more interesting, we can shine a flashlight between his head and crown, and the light shines through. 
There is a very small gap between the head and the crown. I tried to slide the same twig which is about 3 millimeters wide, but it would not go through. This means that the gap is less than 3 millimeters wide. How could anyone create a small gap, less than 3 millimeters wide, with chisels? Is it possible that the small skulls, crown and other pieces were carved out of separate rocks and then fixed together? No! Archeologists confirm that this 7 foot tall figure is made of one solid rock. I've always wondered why the carvings in the darkest parts of the temple have the most intriguing details.

Above is a woman who is wearing a large, thick necklace. However, if you shine a flashlight, we can see that this is not one necklace but two, because the light passes between the 2 necklaces. Again, I tried to put the 3 millimeter wide twig and it won't go between these necklaces. How do we explain these extraordinary sculptures made 900 years ago? 
The Hoysaleswara temple is famous for housing  the 6th and the 7th largest monolithic bulls in India. However, in terms of beauty, they are ranked first and second. This is because they look like they have been created with machining precision. For example, look at the level of polishing, you can literally see your face, like a mirror, and this is after 900 years of corrosion and damage. 
So, you can imagine, how perfect they would have looked at the time they were created. Is it possible that this kind of polishing was done with machines? Today we use tools like the Rotary Burr, for this level of polishing.  If you look at modern day drilling and polishing tools, they look like what you see below.

Were tools like these also used in ancient times, and more importantly, are these tools also shown in the temple's carvings?
Here we can see a tool that looks almost identical to the rotary burr, in the hands of a deity. Here is another one that is holding  a slightly different tool. 
Note that the devices look the same, but are not identical, the ridges are different. The drilling and polishing tools we use today, also have different ridges, for different types of machining. Around the world, we can see gods holding this mysterious tool that is thought of as pinecones. Are these really pinecones? Is it possible that the gods in this Indian temple are also holding actual pinecones, and not tools? Well, there are no pine trees in India, so how could the ancient builders in India have seen pine cones 900 years ago? Since that is not possible, is it possible that these Gods shown around the world are holding an advanced tool that was used for machining technology? Is this how the world's greatest megalithic structures were built? Also many of these "pinecones" shown around the world are depicted with a long base, just like any modern day tool. In a previous post, I have shown you a telescope carved in the same temple. How was this created without using machines?

So, what do you think? Were advanced machines and tools used 900 years ago? If they were not used, how do you explain these turn marks and grooves, holes that are less than 3 millimeters wide and incredible polishing? What about these planetary gears and strange tools? Please let me know your thoughts in the comments section. 

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