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Is Mysterious And Powerful Vajra One Of The Most Dangerous Weapons Of The Gods? A.

Is Mysterious And Powerful Vajra One Of The Most Dangerous Weapons Of The Gods?

Sutherland - - An unknown, terrible and powerful ancient weapon could have contributed to the collapse of one or several advanced technologically civilizations that existed in the distant past. Could it be that the mysterious and terrible vajra - a powerful thunderbolt throwing light - was one of such unbelievable weapons? The Vajra: Powerful Ancient Weapon Of The Gods - Look4ward. According to the Hindu mythology, Vajra is the weapon of Indra, the thunder deity.

The Vajra: Powerful Ancient Weapon Of The Gods - Look4ward

In Sanskrit, the word ‘Vajra’ means both thunderbolt and diamond. The Vimana Pushpaka—An Ancient Flying Vehicle That is Described Traveling to Space. The Power of Levitation (Laghima) The Power of Levitation (Laghima) The power of levitation or laghima in Sanskrit is one of the many siddhis (spiritual powers) described in the Vibhuti Pada (Book III) of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

The Power of Levitation (Laghima)

Whenever I think of levitation, I’m somehow reminded of David Blaine and Criss Angel who are both famous for their ability to float in mid-air. But, of course, these guys are just entertainers – nothing more and nothing less. What I’m really interested in are the guys we almost never see on television. People referred to as yogis and shamans. Vibhuti Pada: Sutra 40 “Udana-jayaj jala-panka-kantakadisv asanga utkrantis ca” Translations: 1. Laghima. Details Category: L (Sanskrit लघिमन्, "weightlessness") One of the eight major powers (siddhis) of a spiritually developed person.


“The power to decrease the weight of the physical body to that of a feather. We can float in the air with the physical body, thanks to this power.” —Samael Aun Weor, The Aquarian Message “He (the initiate) can make his body as light as cotton or feather. These Hindu Texts Describe Flying Vimanas And Details Of An Ancient Nuclear War. The most well-known documentation of the ancient Vimana flying machines comes from the Vaimānika Śāstra, an early 20th century translation of many accounts of Vimana technology found in ancient Vedic scriptures.

These Hindu Texts Describe Flying Vimanas And Details Of An Ancient Nuclear War

It details drawings of a range of crafts, including the sources of fuel used to power them, although some can be confusing. The translations talk of certain elements and minerals we are familiar with, like mica, quicksilver and mercury, but also mentions strange liquids referred to as honey, which may have been an unknown substance with a similar viscosity or appearance to a bee’s nectar. On top of every Hindu temple or pyramid, one can find a Vimana, and often they are rounded, saucer-like objects, which certain theorists believe were the vehicles of extraterrestrials. Erich von Däniken points out the modern sightings that created our perception of UFOs look very similar to the Vimanas of ancient India. “The Vimana had all necessary equipment. Iran's Wolf Wall, Second-longest in the World, is Still Shrouded in Mystery - The Crux. A section of the Gorgan Wall in the hills.

Iran's Wolf Wall, Second-longest in the World, is Still Shrouded in Mystery - The Crux

(Credit: Arman Ershadi) Golestan Province in Northern Iran is a unique landscape. Sandwiched between the temperate forests of the Alborz Mountains and the Caspian Sea, a narrow corridor connects Persia with the desert steppes of Central Asia. The passage measures 120 miles across from sea to mountain, and it’s made of fertile rolling plains rising to windswept hills. The ancient name for this place was Gorgan (گرگان), meaning “land of wolves”, and wild wolves can still be found here, along with roe deer and bounding goitered gazelles. Gods and Heroes of The Bhagavad-Gita by Geoffrey A. Barborka. Theosophical University Press Online Edition By Geoffrey A.

Gods and Heroes of The Bhagavad-Gita by Geoffrey A. Barborka

Barborka Originally published in 1939 by Theosophical University Press. Electronic version ISBN 1-55700-173-1. All rights reserved. Symbolism of Hindu Deities Explained. By Subhamoy Das Updated November 29, 2016.

Symbolism of Hindu Deities Explained

5 Creatures from Indonesian Mythology. Are the Reclusive Shihuh People of Musandam the Original Arabians? Two hours’ drive from Dubai in the mountains of Musandam lives a reclusive tribe of people who appear culturally unrelated to any others in the Arabian Peninsula, yet who may well be its original inhabitants.

Are the Reclusive Shihuh People of Musandam the Original Arabians?

They are the Shihuh, the ‘hill people’. According to Paolo Costa, former head of Oman's Department of Antiquities, the Shihuh are a mystery. “They are a most extraordinary people,” says Costa. “Ethnically, we don't know who they are. There is speculation that they are the original inhabitants of Arabia,” pushed back into the mountains by successive Muslim and Portuguese invasions.

Hidden with a Rugged Landscape Musandam, the long finger of the Arabian Peninsula pushing towards Iran, has always been too rugged to be readily invaded and its people had a reputation for their hostility towards visitors. Parthian. In the wake of Alexander of Macedonia's conquest of Persia in the late 4th century B.


C., the Achaemenid dynasty ended. However within a hundred years a new group, the Parthians, were able to re-establish an Iranian empire which rivaled Rome in the Near East. Below is a Roman description of the Parthians, which indicates that the Parthians, like the Shang and Chou in China, were a nomadic people who established an imperial dynasty. A Roman description of the Parthians or later Persians from Justin's History of the World[1] Origin and growth of the power of the Parthians, I. 1.

History of Iran: Parthian Empire. What are Puranas? Are they Myths? by Dr. R. K. Lahri. According to Webster New Universal dictionary, myth is a traditional story of unknown authorship ,ostensibly with a historical basis but serving usually to explain some phenomenon of nature , the origin of man or the customs , institutions and religious rites of a people. Myths usually involve the exploits of gods and goddesses and kings and heroes. Hindu Gods & Goddesses. Sumerian Secrets - Babel - Anunnaki. Hinduism. Sacred-texts home Journal Articles: Hinduism OCRT: Hinduism Buy CD-ROM Buy books about Hinduism Vedas Upanishads Puranas Other Primary Texts Epics Mahabharata Ramayana Bhagavad Gita Vedanta Later texts Modern books The Vedas There are four Vedas, the Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva Veda.

The Vedas are the primary texts of Hinduism. They also had a vast influence on Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. The Vedas contain hymns, incantations, and rituals from ancient India. Rig Veda. Mahabharata: complete synopsis and notes. The Mahabharata (composed between 300 BC and 300 AD) has the honor of being the longest epic in world literature, 100,000 2-line stanzas (although the most recent critical edition edits this down to about 88,000), making it eight times as long as Homer's Iliad and Odyssey together, and over 3 times as long as the Bible (Chaitanya vii). According to the Narasimhan version, only about 4000 lines relate to the main story; the rest contain additional myths and teachings.

In other words, the Mahabharata resembles a long journey with many side roads and detours. It is said that “Whatever is here is found elsewhere. But whatever is not here is nowhere else.” When Does the Kali Yuga End? In Hindu mythology, Kalki is the final incarnation of Vishnu, foretold to appear at the end of Kali Yuga, our current epoch. The Puranas foretell that he will be atop a white horse with a drawn blazing sword. He is the harbinger of the end time in Hindu eschatology, after which he will usher in the Satya (Krita) Yuga. By JOSCELYN GODWIN. ATLANTEAN GARDENS: History of the Medes: Magi and Enchanters of Old. ATLANTEAN GARDENS: Golden Woman: Ancient Scythian Princess of Kazakhstan. Vedic mythology. Arabian mythology. Hindu mythology. Persian mythology. Persian mythology are traditional tales and stories of ancient origin, all involving extraordinary or supernatural beings.