Mohenjo-Daro, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.
Mohenjo-Daro is a very ancient Bronze Age city, located on the right bank of the Indus River, in the current Pakistani region of Sindh. Together with Harappa, it is one of the largest cities of the Indus valley civilization (3300-1300 BC). Mohenjo-Daro literally means the mountain of the dead, a name it shares with Lothal. It covers about 100 hectares. It is divided into two sectors: a citadel and a low city. On the citadel there is a brick-built structure in the shape of a tub, dubbed the Great Bath, a huge barn and a stupa, as well as a later Buddhist temple. Having suffered few degradations in the modern age, its conservation status is better than that of Harappa, and is, consequently, an important source of information on the civilization to which it belonged. The city was built during the 3rd millennium BC and it was abandoned at the end of the 18th century BC, probably due to the variation of the course of a river. Mohenjo-Daro was not built by juxtaposition of buildings raised over time but, like the other cities of the Indus civilization, Harappa, Kâlîbangan or Lothal, reveals an urbanization studied and planned in the layout of the roads, which form a grid in at least one 10-meter-long avenue divided the lower city into two zones. In fact, as in the other Indus sites, there exists a division of the city into two parts traditionally called the citadel or high city and the lower city. The buildings are made of hardened wood with fire, of sun-dried bricks, common in Mesopotamia or baked in the oven, a characteristic of the Indus that ensured greater longevity to the buildings.
The latter followed the dimensional rules standardized in the Indus civilization, with the double width of the height, the double length of the width. According to some pseudo-scientific theories such as that of the Ancient astronauts the destruction of the city was due to a nuclear explosion following a battle between UFOs, which would confirm the presence in an ancient past of high technology. In particular it is noted that “skeletons of people were found face down in the street .., their faces and body positioning would suggest that they suffered a sudden and violent death …… In some areas of the site are High levels of radiation were found and the British researcher David Davenport said he had found a large area (45 meters) that is probably the epicenter of the explosion of Mohenjo-Daro.It all seems to have been fused through a process of transformation known as vitrification …. that could only have been formed if the material had been exposed to extreme heat by some kind of explosion.
Quote by Alessandro Brizzi.
“After a long preparation, years of study and research, and a planning of the trip aimed at not neglecting any element of value and interest, we started our adventure in Pakistan, not without some risk but full of emotion and many surprises that we would meet along our way. So just over a month ago, we started our absolutely unaware fact that we would go to live and experience the beauties of an incredibly unique country. Trying to retrace the traces of a great mystery of the past we have come to some of the oldest archaeological sites on the planet, places belonging to the Harappa people and its mysterious civilization, in an attempt to reconstruct the story of David William Davenport, his theories and analyze the references found in the ancient Indian epics in which we talk about wars and explosions, Vimana and extremely advanced technologies.
Undoubtedly, Pakistan still today presents the two extremes of a society divided between ancient traditions and pressing modernity, two sides that merge into a single synergy sometimes at odds and hardly describable in words. This experience has taught me even more, however, not to take anything for granted. As I have already mentioned on Facebook, it was essential to analyze and probe the “ground” and leave nothing unfinished.
So the first element we studied was the possible environmental radioactivity, mindful of Davenport’s theories. We brought with us a Geiger counter, on the days of stay on the site, we found traces of radioactivity (I took to sample a minimum of 3 points equidistant from each other with multiple surveys protracted for some time). Equally important was the fact that a good part of Mohenjo Daro (and even more so the so-called ‘epicenter’) was completely covered with melted and vitrified pottery! I was able to bring with me some rock samples that have already been delivered for the usual analysis. But let’s go with order! The possibility of being able to bring us personally to the places studied by Davenport and again under analysis, and for the first time ever with scientific instruments, what he theorized in 1979 constitute not a personal achievement but a small step aimed at all those who want to understand and to know the nature of the anomalous events that occurred in this area in 2000 BC. The theory proposed by Davenport is certainly articulated and not easy to ‘digest’ for those who are not accustomed to certain issues and publicly saw the light in the now unattainable book “2000 BC: Atomic Destruction”. During their journey, in the late ’70s, the two scholars collected samples of rock, pottery and jewelry that were melted and vitrified. No natural event could explain those findings, no human intervention seemed able to generate such destruction, unless Mohenjo Daro had really been the theater of something different, an explosion or something like that happened 4000 years ago. Of its 100,000 inhabitants, from the ’20s to today only 44 skeletons have been found, no tombs or burials, bodies that present themselves as silent witnesses to an instant death, still wrapped in mystery today, to which archeology has not succeeded in give an explanation and that in some cases even showed signs of calcination as if they had been exposed to an intense source of heat.
Retracing these traces we have reached places still difficult to reach today, rediscovering, perhaps, a long-forgotten truth. During our filming in the archaeological site of Mohenjo Daro, we explored various areas that immediately turned out to be completely scattered with pottery and melted or vitrified bricks, as if they had been really exposed to a very high heat source. In the desire not to neglect any road we have therefore tried and tried to find a rational explanation for these events but nothing has succeeded in justifying the reality we had before us. Talking to some of the managers of the site we have also been able to see how the hypothesis of “furnace waste” was not able, and could, justify the large amount and extension of deformed objects present in the ground, and we do not deny that after speaking with some of them the Davenport hypothesis have not been fascinated. The extent of these debris and the mystery of their formation seemed to really suggest that an inexplicable event had hit the city in the remote past.
In their book Davenport and Vincenti wrote “… at the current state of technology only a nuclear device may have been able to simultaneously create a shock wave and a wave of heat such as to leave the traces we detected at Mohenjo Daro”. During our research we have identified a mythic weapon, the Agneya Astra, whose description seems to faithfully reproduce the effects described by Davenport, a weapon capable of developing an extremely high heat source able to melt the rocks but equally circumscribed as not to contaminate and totally destroy the affected area. Here is the description of the Agneya present in the Drona Parva, seventh book of the Mahabharata:
“A single projectile loaded with all the power of the universe, a glowing column of smoke and flames, luminous like ten thousand suns, rose in all its splendor. An unknown weapon, an iron thunderbolt, a giant messenger of death who burnt the whole race of the Vrishnis and the Andhakas to ashes “. If in Mohenjo Daro there had not been a ‘atomic explosion’ it was however undeniable that the entire perimeter of the offending area (epicenter and surrounding areas) were totally, completely, pervaded by all types of molten rocks, from bricks and vitrified crockery and exposed to a high temperature. The curious fact, as Davenport wrote, is that the structures in the immediate vicinity of the so-called epicenter are totally non-existent, they present themselves as ‘mounds’ that only at a close analysis show their nature of bricks and pottery broken and scattered on the ground. The questions raised and the findings found unite a new discovery, completely unexpected and carried out after our return to Italy, a discovery that seems to further confirm the possibility of an explosion in antiquity. This evidence is directly related to the types of molten debris found at Mohenjo Daro and is associated with the most modern war technologies as well as the fusion residue caused by the high intensity explosions and the heat generated by them. We refer to the “Trinititi” stones that constitute the fused and vitrified residue that originated after the first atomic tests carried out in 1945 in the United States, but similar to the residues originating from bombs with high explosive potential such as the BLU-82 (a warhead from 6.800 kg). A comparison between the two types of melted rocks that leaves you speechless. Perhaps direct energy weapons, very similar to lasers, or plasma weapons were used? A parallelism that is so obvious that it necessarily legitimizes the question of what really happened in Mohenjo Daro 4000 years ago! We embarked on our journey searching for answers and hoping to find evidence of ancient explosions, we found a common thread that seems to link the city of Mohenjo Daro, the Vimanas and the stories described in ancient Indian texts. The journey will continue and we will deepen many of the themes dealt with, for now we like to conclude by meditating on a phrase that wrote Davenport, “in the past the solution for our future is buried. “
Mohenjo-Daro, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.
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