The headlines of this intriguing reads: “Could this forbidden ancient technology beneath the Arabian Sea force mankind to rewrite the history?” Analysis aside, after watching the video, even a common man would ask why the research work on the submerged city of Dwarka was discontinued? If spending was not the issue as claimed in the video, what actually was it?
Right! The issue is not about funding. Governments spend billions of dollars around the world on research work. The question is, after the spending, if the outcome is likely to ruin a gigantic money-making industry, which government of this age would spend on it?
This reminds me of the series of questions asked in Floating city above the clouds of Venus – NASA’s next dream when NASA arrogantly announced its planned floating city above the Venus clouds.
First of all, there is absolutely no scarcity of space for living on the Earth. The necessities of life are also abundantly supplied by the nature. Hundreds of thousands of hectares of land lies practically vacate on this planet, where human beings can peacefully live and vegetation can flourish. When vegetation growth is in order monsoons automatically does its job, and when monsoon is regular there is no need of artificial farming and so-called greenhouses. The earth is so rich that not only human beings, even animals, birds, trees and plants- all can live peacefully in harmony, even if the population is to be doubled.
The question is this: If all goes well as per the Nature’s arrangement, what will NASA do? What will the whole space industry do? What will the big research centers do? It is not actually about NASA or ISRO. It is the space industry that comes up with such ideas every now and then. The purpose behind space exploration does not seem to be anything but intellectual gymnastic at the cost of public wealth. Huge budgets are passed for space projects while people living on this planet remain ignored. It’s all about carrying on with the industry and competition among a few countries. Under the circumstance, governments of the world are unable educate the people that God has supplied everything on all the planets where innumerable living entities are maintained on regular basis, for such knowledge goes against the interest of the space industry.
Similarly, if Dwarka excavation project continued and if the outcome revealed an undeniable proof of a much more advanced civilization as described in the ancient books of Indian history, you can imagine what the science industry of today would be left with.
Another point discussed in the video is about Vimanas. The article Why you should not have any doubt in Vedic science effectively deals with this issue and puts the modern science in its place:
It is foolish to discard the history of the universe written in the Vedic scriptures just because the mind boggling events described in there are beyond the reach of our limited brain substance. Such an attitude may be compared with an arrogant bumpkin who may not want to accept that today’s science can operate satellites remotely from the ground.
The actual history of mankind is not the history that we study today in schools and universities. The sanskrit word “Purana” literally means very old. For example, Maha Bharat is one such purana describing historical events of ancient India, also known as Bharat, which covered a much larger geographical area of the Earth than it does today. Naming such history as mythology does not change its actual nature.
Here is a brief introduction to the Video sourced from http://ancientexplorers.com
IN DWARKA: ATLANTIS OF THE EAST, YOU’LL DISCOVER…
A look at the strange ancient artifacts that regularly wash up on the shores of modern-day Dwarka… and what they could mean.
Astronomical expert Dr. Narahari achar’s irrefutable evidence that Dwarka could be one of the oldest civilizations in human history.
Did Dwarka possess futuristic flying machines and nuclear weapons thousands of years before the rest of the world? This compelling evidence is impossible to ignore.
Watch the video to find out more.