But the weird part is that the locals also have legends associated with the valley.They include details of an ancient war fought between highly advanced races, using huge weapons located here that apparently were capable of shooting down threats from the air (including interplanetary threats - according to the history channel anyway)." Elsewhere we read, " An incandescent column of smoke and fire, as brilliant as ten thousand suns rose in all its splendour.It was the unknown weapon, the iron thunderbolt, .....a gigantic messenger of death! Birds, disturbed, circled in the air and were turned white. " But nobody in the Western World gives these histories of India must credence.(Remember, various ancient peoples were known to be expert seamen, and for this phrase to refer to the entire world, and for Egypt to feed the entire world, was not a huge logistical impossibility. But they also had more than just ships to get around in too. The Earth shook, scorched by the terrible heat of this weapon.Keep reading...)The Bible also talks, between the lines, about another effect of this nuclear war: Radiation poisoning of the human race. Elephants burst into flames and ran to and fro in a frenzy, seeking a protection from terror.Gridless Solutions The next time the lights go out, will YOU have power? Read how MY family went off-grid and generated their own power (for 4 years). Get Better Gas Mileage Have you heard about the everyday guys that are doubling (or more) their gas mileage? Over 175 tips, tricks, tweaks, mods, ideas, and technologies to help you get better gas mileage too! -By the way, all of this material, and LOTS more, is being compiled into book form as well for you to order and take to your next conversation :-) over at Evergreen Mountain Publishing (google it if you need to). If we open up the latter part of the book of Genesis in the Old Testament, we read the intriguing account of the Israelite prince named Joseph, captured and sold as a slave in Egypt.In short, through a series of crazy events, he rises in power until he is also a prince of Egypt, second only to the Pharoh himself.
So for seven years, he stockpiles every spare bit of grain and food available in Egypt. The description of this famine fits modern scenarios and projections of a nuclear winter following a global, all out nuclear war, a winter that is projected by modern meteorologists and war planners to last between 5 and 10 years... Twice towards the end of the chapter, it mentions the severity of the famine in relation to the entire world, and in looking at the original Hebrew text, it does indeed refer to the inhabitants of the entire earth, not just the Middle East."I believe that there have been civilizations in the past that were familiar with atomic energy, and that by misusing it they were totally destroyed."On every single continent, there are areas where they can find or have found what some people have dubbed "Seas of Glass," either on the surface, or buried under centuries of dirt, where the sand and/or dirt has literally been fused by intense heat into glass.The colour of these seas varies according to the mineral content, but they are everywhere.Indeed, even some modern explorers have fallen strangely and gravely ill when exploring this area (near Tunguska, site of an unexplained, massive, nuclear bomb-sized explosion about a hundred years ago, long before WWII).The locals understandably call it the Valley of Death.So in the region of Rajasthan, India, an area that covers a three-square mile area, ten miles west of Jodhpur, they surveyed the land and built houses. They evacuated the area, and it is now essentially a quarantined wasteland.They have also excavated entire cities where the people and their skeletons have been fossilized, frozen in time at their moment of instantaneous death, and the skeletons are RADIOACTIVE., in 1972, a company from France was searching for Uranium to fuel their nuclear power plants.And does it also make more sense now why we have so little recorded human history prior to roughly 2000BC?Of course when the Romans burned the Library of Alexandria, we lost what little we even had then. When asked by a newspaper reporter about the first atomic explosion, Robert Openheimer, widely considered to be the father of the atomic bomb, apparently answered with something cryptic about the explosion being the first one in modern times." He is also widely noted to have quoted Indian history while watching his first nuclear explosion, "I am become death, the destroyer of worlds..." Frederick Soddy, a well known physicist from around the turn of the last century, said this in 1909.The reactor has to be specifically designed to produce Plutonium. SOMEONE had the capability to produce, and indeed was producing, nuclear weapons grade Plutonium, a long long time ago...In various places around the world, many ancient ruins bear a remarkably consistent trait.