Atlantis: Discovered finally!

Published on 3 Feb 2017

View definitive scientific proof that Atlantis was real and that it has been located by Stan Deyo. Over 1,400 stone artifacts, circle formations and the ancient orichalcum mine have been located.

The world needs to know this. In a way, Atlantis is rising again in the global political community. You will be astounded at the prince who is in charge of Atlantis today.

websites: http://standeyo.com https://prophecywatchers.com/

https://prophecywatchers.com/videos/s

https://prophecywatchers.com/videos/s

https://prophecywatchers.com/videos/s

Published on 21 Feb 2017
Atlantis Found – Documentary 2017

The Advanced Pre Ice Age Civilizations that Vanished From Earth [FULL VIDEO]

https://youtu.be/-VUmtCLePL8

Published on 28 Jan 2017

A physical and intellectual journey, a worldwide exploration looking for the ancient ruins of a lost civilization, this video follows clues in ancient scriptures and mythlogy and in the scientific evidence of the flood that swept the Earth at the end of the last Ice Age. This video explores the question of early humans swept away by the catastrophe. Who were these populations – pre-civilised hunter-gatherers or more sophisticated peoples altogether?

Some 6,000 or 7,000 years ago in Mesopotamia, civilisation has been with mankind for many millennia longer. Examines which coastal areas vanished beneath the sea as the ice melted at the end of the last Ice Age, a catastrophic inundation we find in the Flood myths of most of the world’s traditional religions. Goes diving and finds, in some cases, incontrovertible ruins; in other cases the piles of stone might well be natural rock formations, but Hancock argues for their human origins.

Dwarka lost sumerge city (Underwater)

Gepubliceerd op 28 jul. 2015

Years back Indian scientists ‘accidentally’ discovered the lost city of Dwaraka, submerged in the north-western coast of Arabian Sea, near the Gulf of Cambay or Khambat. Dwarka, one of the best-studied underwater sites in India, has commanded much attraction, because the site is considered as one of the four Dhamas (sacred place for pilgrimage) of the Hindu religion. According to ancient Sanskrit literature, Lord Krishna founded the holy city of Dwarka, which subsequently got submerged under sea.
The first archaeological excavations at Dwaraka were done by the Deccan College , Pune and the Department of Archaeology, Government of Gujarat, in 1963. Since 1983 the Marine Archaeology Unit of the National Institute of Oceanography is engaged in the offshore exploration and excavation of the legendary city of Dwaraka.

A few years ago a team of scientists were stunned to see images of objects and things, completely alien to the marine domain. Marine archaeological explorations of Dwarka have brought to light a large number of stone structures, which are semicircular, rectangular and square in shape in water depth ranging from inter tidal zone to 6 m. They are randomly scattered over a vast area. Samples collected include artifacts, wood pieces, pottery materials, hearth pieces and animal bones which were sent for analysis and dating. On analysis and dating of the samples collected it was found that the samples were about 9000 years old, about the same time when the Ice Age ended. Some of the artifacts discovered dated as far back as 32,000 years. Perhaps, this is the discovery of one of the oldest civilizations known to mankind.
Besides these structures, a large number of varieties of stone anchors have been noticed along the structures as well as beyond 6 m water depth. These findings suggest that Dwarka probably one of the most busy port centres during the past on the west coast of India. Dr. S R Rao has written: “The discovery of the legendary city of Dwaraka which is said to have been founded by Sri Krishna, is an important landmark in the history of India. It has set to rest the doubts expressed by historians about the historicity of Mahabharata and the very existence of Dwaraka city. It has greatly narrowed the gap in Indian history by establishing the continuity of the Indian civilization from the Vedic Age to the present day.”
The modern city of Dwarka is located in the Jamnagar District of Gujarat. The city lies in the westernmost part of India. Dwarka is a relatively flat region at sea level, having an average elevation of 0 metres. The present temple was built from 6th to 7th century. It is believed to have been built by Krishna’s great grandson, King Vajra.
The 5-storied temple is made of limestone and sand. A flag is hoisted in the temple tower five times each day. There are two gateways – Swarga Dwar (Heaven Gate), where pilgrims enter, and Moksha Dwar (Salvation Gate), where pilgrims exit. From the temple one can view the Sangam (confluence) of River Gomati flowing towards the sea. In Dwaraka, there are also shrines for Vasudeva, Devaki, Balarama and Revati, Subhadra, Rukmini Devi, Jambavati Devi and Satyabhama Devi.
“On the same day that Krishna departed from the earth the powerful dark-bodied Kali Age descended. The oceans rose and submerged the whole of Dwaraka.”

via SpiesLeaks
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsN9…

http://www.emeraldguardians.nl.eu.org/

http://www.radiofreespace.nl.eu.org/

http://thegatekeeperxix.nl.eu.org/

 

Culture of Ancient Bactria

Uploaded on 14 Aug 2011

Published on 26 Nov 2014

Bactria (from Βακτριανή, the Hellenized version of Old Persian Bāxtriš; Bactrian: Baktra; Persian/Pashto: باختر Bākhtar; Tajik: Бохтар; Chinese: 大夏 Dàxià; Sanskrit बाह्लीक Bāhlika) is the ancient name of a historical region located south of the Amu Darya and west of Gandhara, one of the ancient civilizations of Iranian peoples, covering the modern-day flat region that straddles Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Ancient Bactria was in present-day northern Afghanistan, between the Hindu Kush mountain range and the Amu Darya. The region was the birthplace of Zoroastrianism, and later also hosted Buddhism before becoming Muslim after the arrival of the Rashiduns and Umayyads in the 7th century. Bactria was also sometimes referred to by the Greeks as Bactriana.

This video is targeted to blind users.
Attribution:
Article text available under CC-BY-SA
Creative Commons image source in video