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Bamiyan Buddhas of Afghanistan

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Angkor Wat of Cambodia

with more than 200 acres in land, the temple is carefully safeguarded by a moat. The sheer size of Angkor Wat will make you speechless. It was built in the honor of Vishnu, a hindu god. The design is based on Mount Meru, which is the mythical abode of Devas (Hindu Deities).

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The Great Pyramid Of Giza

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Victims' Letters of Apology to Robert The Doll

About a year ago, I posted the video of Robert the Doll which has received over 400,000 views. Many viewers have sent me emails asking if I could post the letters that were sent to Robert the Doll. Here is part 1, and I may post part 2 someday.  You can watch it as a video below or see the letters by scrolling down. 

 Dear Robert, you have probably received many letters like this from people like me. People who were sure there was no such thing as a “Robert The Doll curse”. You see, it is easy to act tough and try to impress your friends by being disrespectful. And, unfortunately, that is the camp I find myself in. My name is Dan Schulz. Back in 2009 we visited the East Martello Museum, the entire purpose of the visit was to come and meet you. We have walked by your old house multiple times over the years, and have always wanted to visit you at the museum.  Our visit was fun and informative, and seeing you was the best part. I am not sure what made act like a jerk to you. I didn’t ask for your permission to take your picture, and I openly mocked you. Like I said, I was just trying to be funny and impress the people I was visiting with. I in no way actually meant what I said, and I realize now I made a big mistake. Since that day in late 2009, we have had a run of bad luck. I have had multiple health issues; (I had a near-death experience with Anemia) we have had family members and pets die, and bad luck with our finances that ended us filing for bankruptcy and still having financial difficulties. The purpose of this letter is to profoundly apologize and ask for your forgiveness. I have talked about this event on a popular travel podcast that I am the co-host of (a podcast is a radio show people can hear on their computers) and will always speak with high respect of you. Again Robert, please accept my sincere apologies and if you see fit to forgive and end the bad luck, I would appreciate it, as would my family.
Dan Schulz, West Palm beach, FL. The note stuck on it says “Please post where Robert the Doll will see this."

He also gets letters from celebrities. Click here to see letters from George W. Bush, Jeb Bush and the Mayor of Key West then Governor of Florida and he may be even become the President one day.

Robert the Doll also has international victims. Below is a letter from Japan.  

 Dear Robert, 
Hello Robert, how are you?
I am not good. I have a backache. I don’t know why my back is hurt. Then I remember you, 2 months ago I took a picture ofyou. I am so sorry, I didn’t know that I cant take a picture of you. Should I delete the picture? I must apologize for the delay of sending you mail. I don’t know how I can apololgize, So I am writing this letter. I am so sorry, I hope your life is very good.  – Naoya, Citiba Japan. 

There is also this little piece at the end: Dear Robert Please forgive my friend for not asking your permission before taking your picture, he is Japanese and did not understand, so please accept this apology. I really enjoyed visiting you. Dale, Eion NC.

Below are two pictures showing an actual ghost near Robert the Doll. It actually looks like Anabelle the Doll, another infamous Haunted Doll.

Below is a letter from a woman named Kathy.

Robert, Sorry I did not ask out loud to take your photo. Since then my husband lost his diamond (1 carot) out of his ring. I tore my rotator cuff and my daughter’s wedding was cancelled. All happened before I returned home. Please stop the curse I am truly sorry & life is tough enough! Sincerely, Kathy.

Below is another letter from a victim. I personally love this one. 

Dear Robert, I am very sorry for not asking your permission to take your picture while visiting the museum last week. Since I have take your picture without permission, many strange things have happened to me. While driving back from the keys , a deer ran out in front of our car. We had to swerve to avoid hitting it, and ran off the road. We almost hit a tree. 
Two days later, we had a small kitchen fire. Also we have been hearing child like giggles from our basement. Last night I was home all alone. I heard a voice coming from the basement. When I went to investigate,  I tripped and fell down the bottom three stairs. I got up to run out, but the door was locked. My husband said that I probably turned the lock myself without even thinking about it and locked myself in the basement, but honestly Robert we both know the truth. Please accept my deepest apology for taking your picture without asking. Also, please accept my daughter’s apology for sticking out her tongue at you and making fun of you. – Sincerely Rosy.

You can see that these images are not of the best quality. The East Martello Museum has a TV screen which displays the letters sent to Robert the Doll, and I took pictures of them with my camera. And below is one of the pictures I took of the letters, I don’t know why this completely blank. You can see something written on top, but my camera just didn’t get the rest. I have no idea how this happened. I guess I screwed up..wait Robert did it.

Victims don't forget to send Robert a birthday card every year!

Did you ever mock Robert the Doll and your life is now ruined? Write to: 
Robert The Doll,
3501 South Roosevelt Blvd,
Key West, FL-33040

Celebrity Letters to Robert The Haunted Doll

Robert The Doll gets plenty of letters from politicians and other celebrities as well. Here you can see letters from the former U.S president George W.Bush, Mayor of Key West and former Governor of Florida, Jeb Bush. You can see other letters from victims here and you can learn about the haunted history here

Letter from George W.Bush to Robert the Doll on his 101st Birthday!

Letter of Proclamation of Robert The Enchanted Doll Day - From Mayor

Jeb Bush, Florida's Former Governor also congratulated Robert the Doll on his birthday

8 Legged Acrobat is 800 Years Old - Incredible Indian Sculpture!

Hey guys, I am at the Darasuram Temple in India and let's take a look at this sculpture of a woman with 8 legs. This is a flexible acrobat with one head, two hands and four bodies. It is better to watch it in the video below. 

This is the 8 legged acrobat sculpture in its entirety

Now if I cover the rest of the legs except the top two legs, she is balancing her body weight on the floor with 2 hands. And both her legs are above the head. This is the first position, as seen below.

This is the first position
Now if I cover the other parts, except these 2 legs, this is a different position. Now, both these legs are also up in the air, but while her head is facing us, the body is twisted to the side, as seen below.

This is the 2nd position

If you cover the parts except the 2 legs on this side, you can see the other position. This is the third position, as seen below.

This is the 3rd position
Now, look carefully and you'll see 2 outstretched legs on the floor. If you cover everything else, you can see the woman doing a split (see below). Notice the cute, naughty smile on her face, showing how proud she must have been of her body. 

This is the 4th position
This is not all, because you can see many other positions, if you cover legs in various combinations. In modern day talent shows, you can see people performing these types of flexible acrobatics and getting enormous attention. This sculpture is at least 850 years old which proves that these types of performances existed in India a long time ago. If you look at the background, you can see women dancing on one side and a man on the other. This was probably some kind of a stage performance where the woman is showing her acrobatic skills. The sculptor has masterfully carved all these positions to match just one face.

A juggler is sitting on top of an acrobat - extremely corroded sculpture :(
There are other sculptures in this temple with much more complexity. Here, a woman is sitting on top of the acrobat, apparently juggling and creating more complex positions.  It is a shame that corrosion has taken over and you can't see the details on many of these valuable sculptures.

A similar sculpture, except this has 6 legs instead of 8. 

Yet another sculpture of the acrobat - Was she a celebrity at that time?

This sculpture only has one 2 legs, however you can confused easily - Are the legs down are up?

Here is my question to you: Isn't is obvious that she does not actually have 8 legs and the sculptor carved them to show different positions? I ask this, because, this answers the question to why Indian Gods have so many hands. Take a look at any Indian God and you'll see more than 2 hands. The sculptors in ancient times must have tried to show different positions and they carved multiple arms to show all the weapons and things they used. This is the only way to give a lot of information in a sculpture which cannot show moving images as opposed to a modern day video.

How man hands did this God have? Two or Four?
 However as time went on, this logical way of thinking somehow disappeared. Nowadays, they use it to show power and create shock appeal. The more number of hands, the better it gets.  And I have seen sculptures where you can't even count the number of arms. And these arms are just arms, most of them are empty. This is Avalokitesvara by the way, a very popular god in many Asian countries. So, if you've ever wondered why Indian Gods have so many hands, I hope this sculpture answered the question.

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Indian King Raja Raja Chola's Mysterious Grave - Was He Murdered?

In Indian history, King Raja Raja Chola occupies a special place. A fierce warrior, a brilliant architect, a great philanthropist, but most of all, a man whose death is shrouded in mystery. He is known as the first Dravidian king who documented almost his entire life on stone inscriptions and copper plates, but no information is available about his death. It almost feels like a great king simply vanished into thin air, after a certain point in time. 

Watch the video above or continue reading below
Well, I am gonna show you my search for the grave & nature of death of Raja Raja. I was told that his tombstone lies in the small village of Udayalur, in Tamil Nadu. This is where he is rumored to have been buried or cremated. When I visited this place, I was surprised to see a rather small, but beautiful lingam. This could be of priceless historic value, so I took careful measurements. It is exactly 2 feet 3 inches tall and has a diameter of 18 inches.
The purported grave of King Raja Raja Chola in the village of Udayalur near Kumbakonam, India
There is an elderly gentleman who looks after this lingam and he told me that the rest of the structure is buried underneath about 14 feet deep. He said this Lingam is the tombstone of Raja Raja Chola, and the place had been visited by numerous people, including local politicians and movie stars. I asked him if he knew how Raja Raja died, and he told me he died naturally of old age and was cremated right here.
A closeup of the back of lingam shows no carvings and chipping at the top. Did Raja Raja die here?
Why would a great king have such a small, almost anonymous grave? You can see there are no inscriptions, no other carvings on this lingam or anywhere in this site. Remember, Raja Raja built the greatest temple in India (Brihadeeswarar temple) which is now declared a world heritage site and his accomplishments and other information are inscribed all over the walls in many temples. So, I asked this gentleman, if there is any evidence to prove that this is in fact Raja Raja's grave. He told me there used to be a pillar here and it was donated to a temple called Paalkulathu amman temple, a few miles away. He said that this pillar has inscriptions which proves that Raja Raja died here.
The inscription on the pillar at Paalkulathu Amman temple shows the word "Raja Raja" in Tamil
So, I decided to travel to this temple and take a look at this pillar myself. As soon as I reached the temple, I immediately spotted the pillar. The pillar does contain the word "Raja Raja" so it is obviously related to the King, but I was not able to completely understand what the inscription said. Luckily, the words carved are still clearly visible, even after many centuries. So, I took a lot of pictures and copied the entire writings on a scratchpad. I contacted an epigraphist, who was able to tell me exactly what was written in this pillar. I double checked this information with another expert as well, to make sure this transcription is error free.
Above: The entire inscription in Tamil, found at the pillar of Paalkulathu Amman temple 

Above: English translation of the Tamil inscription, which shows it has nothing to do with Raja Raja Chola's death
So, looking at the above transcriptions, the gist is simply this:The Royal Palace of Raja Raja Chola was renovated by 4 people. The inscription includes those 4 names and that is all the information we see on this pillar. The inscription has no reference to the death or grave of the King at all. This shows that the site of this lingam is probably not Raja Raja's grave and there is no actual evidence to claim so.
Above: The first part of line by line translation of the pillar inscription, from Tamil to English. Click picture to enlarge 

Above: The second part of line by line translation of the pillar inscription, from Tamil to English. Click picture to enlarge 
This also answered a question that has troubled me ever since I heard about this "grave". Why hasn't the Government turned this into a big monument to commemorate this great King? The reason for this is simple: the Government relies on archaeological evidence, not hearsay. I imagine that this pillar's inscription had already been studied by experts, which is why they have left it as it is. 

This raises the question of what happened to Raja Raja, how did he die? Where did his funeral take place? Think a moment, there are hundreds, if not thousands of stone inscriptions and copper plates about Raja Raja's accomplishments, how he conquered various territories, how he built the great temple and even when he was born. But there is no information whatsoever about when or how he died and where he was cremated. Or he could still lay buried in a large earthen pot called Mudhumakkal Thazhi, which is the ancient funeral custom of Tamils. So I decided to go back to Thanjavur to find out more about his death, which was the capital of Chola empire until he died.
Brihadeeswarar temple in Thanjavur, declared a world heritage site - built by the great king Raja Raja Chola 
 I contacted several archeologists and they told me that the primary reason why a King's death would not recorded is if the King died an unnatural death. For example, if a King committed suicide or was murdered, then the ancient Tamils would not record that. I spoke to a lot of locals in Thanjavur to see if anyone knew how he died. After all, this city still has a considerable population whose ancestors were a part of the Chola kingdom. It is astonishing to see how many people still do the same line of work like their forefathers, like dancing or priesthood, even after 1000 years.

The locals tell a very different, but consistent story. I have given an example of this account in my video, around the 4:24 mark. It turns out that Raja Raja was actually murdered by a woman from Sri Lanka. In 993 A.D, Raja Raja conquered half of Sri Lanka and the defeated King Mahinda V fled to the south, to avoid being captured. Unable to defeat Raja Raja in the battlefield, King Mahinda sent a Buddhist woman from Sri Lanka who slowly got into the inner circle of Raja Raja. When Raja Raja was standing on the 8th floor inspecting the progress of the Big Temple, she simply pushed him down. This fall killed him instantly. People claim this is why the temple was not properly finished, a fact confirmed by archeologists. Some of the unfinished paintings in the upper levels show Raja Raja's international connections, like the mysterious French King sculpture on the outside. We might have also gotten more information about the Chola drilling technology, had the temple been finished.
Experts say this sculpture shows Rajendra Chola being crowned by Lord Shiva, instead of his father Raja Raja
This is why his son, Rajendra Chola created a whole new capital in a different city because he thought that Thanjavur was a cursed place. This story also explains why Rajendra Chola went after Sri Lanka with a vengeance, conquering the entire island. He then found King Mahinda who was hiding, brought him back and kept him as a lifelong prisoner. King Mahinda V died in this prison around 1029 A.D. This prison is rumored to be somewhere near the Royal Palace of Rajendra Chola, which is in ruins near the village of Gangaikonda Cholapuram.
Maaligai Medu, the royal palace of Rajendra Chola, now in ruins near Gangaikonda Cholapuram 
Although this story explains why there is no record of Raja Raja's death or his tomb, again, I have to point out that I don't have any actual evidence to prove this story. So, my quest for Raja Raja's grave and the nature of his death remains incomplete, but I'm going to keep searching. I am also searching for his belongings like the heavyweight sword and his body armor. His monolithic bathtub is still displayed at Brihadeeswarar temple. If you have any information that may lead to the discovery of his grave or his belongings, please leave a comment below.

1000 Year Old Ancient Drilling Technology - Brihadeeswarar Temple, India

Is it possible to drill a 3 millimeter wide hole today? Sure, all we need is a very small drill bit made of steel. Is it possible to drill such a tiny hole on hard granite rock? Not very easy, but if we have a diamond tipped drill bit such a hole can be drilled. How about making such minuscule holes on Granite, 1000 years ago? According to Historians, that would be impossible to do with primitive tools used by ancient people! Yet, such small holes were drilled in the Temple of Thanjavur, which still exist today as a testimony of advanced ancient technology.
Watch the video above, or scroll down to read on. 
The Brihadeeswarar temple in India was built between 1004 and 1009 A.D, so it was built over a 1000 years ago. On the walls of this temple, you can find precision holes less than 3 millimeters wide. These holes are so small that nobody has noticed them and has virtually remained a secret for 1000 years. 
What looks like a mere ornamental carving has minute holes that nobody has noticed
These rock carvings look like mere decoration, but if you look closely, there are very small holes cut into them. These holes are drilled vertically, probably to hold something very slender. Primitive tools like iron or copper chisels can not accomplish this, even today. 
A series of tiny holes carved in the temple - what is their purpose?
 I put a small twig to show you how small the hole is. I tried to put my pen through the hole and it would not go through. Another fascinating thing about these holes is that it is not even straight drilling, but is done at an angle. I put the twig on top and it comes out almost at a right angle. The temple walls are completely made of granite, one of the hardest materials on earth. In modern days, we use diamond tipped tools to make these kind of holes. The architect of this temple was the great Tamil king, Raja Raja Chola. Today's archaeologists and historians are baffled at how he could construct such a gigantic temple in a very short time. King Raja Raja had international connections as far as the French Kingdom, and the only remaining artifact is his bathtub, which is still in the temple today.
A small twig placed into the hole at Brihadeeswarar Temple, Thanjavur
How did the people carve such minute holes on these granite rocks a thousand years ago? This technology is older than other ancient cultures like Mayas and Incas. The hole is also much smaller than any other ancient drills I have seen. It is also interesting to think about What were these holes used for? Whatever went inside must have been very thin and flexible because of the size and angle. Why would they need such minute holes anyway? Did the royal family use these holes for scientific purposes? The death of King Raja Raja is also shrouded in mystery.
Compare the size of the thumb above and you can understand how small the drilling is.
His Son, Rajendra Chola is considered one of the greatest kings in Indian history. He conquered a vast territory which now spans to more than 10 different countries! Rajendra Chola's Royal Palace was similar to a multistory apartment complex with at least 8 floors. How could the Chola dynasty accomplish these astonishing feats, a 1000 years ago? The ancient Tamils also employed secret signs in temples, which I recently revealed. 

Indian King Raja Raja Chola's European Connections 1000 Years Ago

There is a strange sculpture carved in Brihadeeswarar Temple in India, which proves that ancient Indians were well connected to the rest of the world. This temple was built in 1010 A.D, so it's just over a thousand years old. You can see plenty of Gods and saints carved on the temple tower, but here you can see a European carved on the temple.
A mysterious 'White Man' carved in Brihadeeswarar temple, 1000 year ago
This is really surprising because Historians will tell us the first European to reach South India was Vasco Da Gama in 1498, but this temple was built 500 years before his arrival. Does this carving really show a European? Take a good look at the closeup below.
A better look at the sculpture proves that he is in fact, European
To analyze if this is in fact a European, we have to compare it with a carving that depicts someone local. Luckily, we have no shortage of ancient Indians carved in temples. So let's take a look at the carving below in the same temple which shows how ancient Indians looked and dressed.
Carvings depicting ancient Indians look entirely different from the European sculpture
You can see how they wore a lot of jewelry, but usually did not wear shirts because South India is a very hot place. Notice the hairdo where they pulled up the hair to the side. This is confirmed by hundreds of carvings in the temple that all show a similar hairdo, and broad noses.
Who is this man? A King? A Hero? Why is he carved here?
Now let's look at this figure above, you'll see the exact opposite. He wears a top hat, but no jewelry. His shirt is shown with long sleeves and a collar. His nose is carved sharp, and he even has a beard, as opposed to Indians who were clean shaven. His hair is let loose to the sides, and if you look at his hands and his face, it is almost looking like he is posing for the sculptor who made it.
King Robert II, who ruled France
If you compare this carving with Robert II, the King of France during the same period, it is almost an accurate match. Notice that the beard and the hair of the King matches with the carving. Even the long sleeves and collar are consistent. The only difference is that the King is shown with a crown in Europe, and here he is shown with a hat. It is very likely that this carving shows King Robert II of France because only Gods, Kings and Saints are usually carved on Hindu temple towers. The ancient Tamils also idolized extraordinary human beings and worshiped them as Gods, like Periyachi Amman. How is such an accurate carving possible? Were the world leaders connected 1000 years ago, just like they are connected today? Are there any other carvings in this temple that show people from other countries as well?
A carving in Brihadeeswarar Temple shows a Chinese man
Here is another carving in the same temple that is also quite incredible. This clearly shows a Chinese man with a long beard and a long mustache. Even though some scholars claim Tamil Kings have had thousands of years of Chinese connection, this theory is categorically rejected by mainstream experts.
Chinese porcelain potsherds have also been found in the Royal Palace of Rajendra Chola. Let's compare the Chinese sculpture with the painting below which shows an ancient King who ruled China. 
Chinese emperor sports a similar mustache and hair-dress
Look how, he too has a long beard and a long mustache. Remarkably, he wears a similar headdress in the painting, just like the carving shows. History tells us that the world was not connected before 1500s, but these carvings clearly show that the Indian King Raja Raja had international connections on both sides of the world. He is a very enigmatic king indeed. His tremendous success, his ability to build a great temple in a short time and even the grave of Raja Raja is very mysterious. 

But how were these international communications possible 1000 years ago without advanced technology? Did they have communication devices, just like us? In one of the walls of this temple, a secret drilling technology has also been discovered, which may give us further clues to this mystery. 


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