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Dwarka, India - 12,000 Year Old City of Lord Krishna Found - *Full*

Dwarka, India - 12,000 Year Old City of Lord Krishna Found - *Full*
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Les cités englouties de Khambhat et Dwarka | INVESTIGATION OCEANOGRAPHIQUE ET OANIS A 20 mètres de profondeurs, les ruines de la cité de Dwarka Les océanographes du National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) de Madras ont fait une découverte de la plus haute importance. Ils mesuraient les niveaux de la pollution marine dans le golfe de Khambhat (ex-Cambay), enregistrant des images acoustiques du fond de l’océan quand, plusieurs mois plus tard ils se rendent compte qu’ils ont obtenu des images des ruines d’une immense cité, engloutie à 40 mètres sous le niveau de la mer. Janvier 2002, l’équipe du NIOT était en mesure de faire des révélations. La ville engloutie partage des similarités frappantes avec les sites de la civilisation de l’Indus [2300-1700 av. J. Les ruines s’étendent sur 9 km le long des rives d’un ancien fleuve, et l’on peut distinguer : L’équipe a remonté des outils en pierre polie, des ornements et des figurines, des débris de poteries, des pierres semi-précieuses, de l’ivoire et des restes fossilisés humains. Les derniers résultats et controverses :

Ancient Underwater City Found Off India: Discovery in Bay of Cambay Will Force Western Archaeologists to Rewrite History Now, it was announced in January, a civilization has been uncovered that would have appeared just as ancient to the people who built the pyramids as the pyramids seem to us. According to marine scientists in India, archaeological remains of this lost city have been discovered 36 metres (120 feet) underwater in the Gulf of Cambay off the western coast of India. And carbon dating says that they are 9,500 years old. This news completely contradicts the position of most Western historians and archaeologists, who (because it did not fit their theories) have always rejected, ignored, or suppressed evidence of an older view of mankind's existence on planet Earth. According to the BBC's Tom Housden, reporting on the Cambay find: Several reports confirm this estimate. Unheard-of Scope of Cambay Ruins The BBC article tells us that the remains of this ancient city stand upon "enormous foundations." The Find Includes Human Remains According to Howe:

Full Bhagwad Geeta- English Subtitle [भागवद गीता - महाभारत ] 33 000 Year What a Mess: Chaos and Creativity One of the most influential ideas about crime prevention to come out in recent years is something called the “broken windows theory.” According to this theory, small acts of deviance—littering, graffiti, broken windows—will, if ignored, escalate into more serious crime. In practice, this theory leads to zero tolerance of public disorder and petty crime. Both theory and practice have been embraced by some big city mayors, most notably Rudy Giuliani, who credited the strategy with significantly cutting serious crime in 1990s New York City. The idea has been controversial from the start, for many reasons, but it does get some empirical support from psychological science. But this idea may be a little too tidy, and some scientists are beginning to challenge it. This was the point of departure for psychological scientist Kathleen Vohs and her colleagues at the University of Minnesota. The results were unambiguous. The results confirmed what Vohs had predicted.

Archéologie sous-marine de l’ancienne Dwarka dans l’Okhamandal, Dr A.S. Gaur Dr A.S. Gaur Okhamandal, situé dans le district de Jamnagar, dans le Gujerat, sur la côte Ouest de l’Inde, est l’un des centres religieux les plus importants du pays. Dwarka a aussi connu une intense activité portuaire durant les périodes antique et médiévale. Importance de Dwarka L’un des quatre dhamas, ces lieux de pèlerinage parmi les plus importants de la religion hindoue, est situé sur la côte Ouest de l’Inde. À la recherche de Dwarka Ce fut une expérience fascinante d’être associé à l’exploration de la cité engloutie de Dwarka, tout au long des deux dernières décennies du XXième siècle. Les premier colons de la côte du Saurashtra sont arrivés dès l’époque de la civilisation de l’Indus, sans doute attirés par les ressources marines telles que le turbinella pyrum, le poisson et le sel. Trente kilomètres environ au Nord de Dwarka se trouve Bet-Dwarka, un autre site important associée à Krishna. Conclusion Dr A.S. © La Revue de l'Inde

I'm a shut-in. This is my story. Pyramide de 24.000 ans en Indonésie à Java ? " Tout ce que nous avonsappris sur les origines de la civilisation peut être erroné », dit Danny Natawidjaja, Ph.D., géologue senior au Centre de recherche pour Géotechnique à l'Institut indonésien des sciences. " Les vieilles histoires sur Atlantis et autres grandes civilisations perdues de la préhistoire, longtemps repoussées comme des mythes par les archéologues, commencent à être prouvées vraies. " Je grimpe avec le Dr Natawidjaja la pente raide de 300 m de hauteur, de la pyramide à degrés au milieu d'un paysage magique de volcans, de montagnes et de jungles parsemé de rizières et plantations de thé à une centaine de miles de la ville de Bandung à Java-Ouest, Indonésie. La pyramide a été connue de l'archéologie depuis 1914, lorsque les structures mégalithiques formés de blocs de basalte en colonnes ont été trouvés dispersés parmi les arbres denses et les sous-bois qui ont recouvert son sommet. Localisation de Gunung Padang Serait-ce la fameuse " salle des archives " de l'Atlantide ?

A rare insight into Kowloon Walled City By Pamela Owen Published: 12:21 GMT, 5 May 2012 | Updated: 14:45 GMT, 5 May 2012 Once thought to be the most densely populated place on Earth, with 50,000 people crammed into only a few blocks, these fascinating pictures give a rare insight into the lives of those who lived Kowloon Walled City. Taken by Canadian photographer Greg Girard in collaboration with Ian Lamboth the pair spent five years familiarising themselves with the notorious Chinese city before it was demolished in 1992. The city was a phenomenon with 33,000 families and businesses living in more than 300 interconnected high-rise buildings, all constructed without contributions from a single architect. Kowloon Walled City was notorious for drugs and crime but many of its 50,000 residents lived their lives peacefully until it was demolished in the early 90s Canadian photographer Greg Girard and Ian Lambot spent five years getting to know the residents and taking pictures of the densely populated buildings

Gunung Padang May Hold Evidence Of The Lost City Of Atlantis - Remarkable Megalithic Site In West Java In Focus MessageToEagle.com - This remarkable megalithic site known as Gunung Padang is located 885 meters above sea level and 120 kilometers south of Jakarta, Indonesia. According to ancient beliefs stretching back to antiquity, Gunung Padang is a sacred place. Gunung Padang (literally: Mount Padang, or Mount "Meadow/Field,"), means in the local Sundanese language "Mountain of Light" or "Mountain of Enlightenment." Since Dutch colonists discovered it in 1914, Gunung Padang has been known as the largest of a number of ancient megalithic sites in Indonesia. The megalithic complex - arranged across five terraces - is covered with strikingly shaped and massive columns of volcanic rock, in complicated patterns of lines and shapes. Similar columns were used to build the Nan Madol on the island of Pohnpei in Micronesia. Where was the source of rock columns used to build the complex? Artist’s impression of Gunung Padang as it would have looked in antiquity. Copyright © MessageToEagle.com.

Giant wasps' nest found growing on single bed in spare bedroom | Environment Giant wasps' nest found in Winchester home. Pest controller John Birkett said: 'In 45 years I have never seen anything like it.' Photograph: John Birkett/Longwood Services Pest Control A man who went into a rarely used spare room in his mother's home was shocked to discover that 5,000 wasps had made a giant nest in the bed. The nest, 3ft wide x 1.5ft deep, was still expanding and the insects had chewed through the mattress and pillows to build it. When pest controller John Birkett was called to the scene he realised it had been growing for several months. Birkett, of Longwood Services, said: "We got a call as we normally do … but a bedroom – I thought that was unusual. "In 45 years I have never seen anything like it. "I got dressed up like a spaceman and tried to destroy as many as I could with the workers flying around the room. He said the only nest he had previously found in a room was about the size of a tennis ball.

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