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Indian Tsunami Tamil Sangam Dates Astronomy Verified

In Hinduism on December 3, 2014 at 10:03

The first literature of Tamil, Agathiyam was composed by Sage Agasthya who also composed thr Rig Vedic Hymns 166 to 190.


He is credited with the formal founding of the Tamil Language, which was handed over to him by Lord Shiva and Lord Subrahmanya.


Poets Conclaves were held periodically.


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Map of Lemuria, based on Tamil Classics


There were three such Conclaves,the first one was presided over by Lord Shiva at Then Madurai.( South Madurai, the present Tail Nadu city of Madurai was called Vada Madurai, North Madurai, where the last conclave of the Poets were held)


First Tamil Sangam9 First Conclave) was held at Then Madurai.


After a Tsunami, KadalKol, devoured the lands, the second Tamil Sangam was held at KavataPura, which was located south of Lanka(?).


It formed a part  of the sunken continent Lemuria.


Please read my posts on Lemuria.


( Is Lemuria/Kumari Kandam the same as Atlantis?, Post follows.)


The second Sangam area was also submerged by a Tsunami and the third conclave was held at the present Madurai, Tamil Nadu.


Then we have the Tholkappiyam which follows Agathiya for Tamil works.


It is the oldest surviving Literature in Tamil.


To arrive at the dates of Tamil Sangams and the Tsunami(2) I am using the Astronomical Data mentioned in Sanskrit works,Puranas, Ramayana, Mahabharata and Tamil Classics, Silappadikaram and Manimekalai.


Agasthya’s date has been proved to be 5000 BC.


Please read my post on Agasthya Canopus validates Sanatana Dharma Tamil date.


Now taking into account the period of each Tamil Sangam, I have reworked their dates from Agasthya’s date.


The first conclave of Tamil poets took place during the Tamil Sangam which lasted 4400 years, and had 549 members,


The second conclave lasted for 3700 years and had 59 members, with 3700 poets participating.


The third Sangam lasted for 1850 years.


Agastya 5000 BC


First Sangam-5000 -4400= 600 BC


Second Sangam-600-3700=3100 AD.


* For a language to develop and to attain highly complex Grammar and Classical Literature the language should have evolved at least 1000 years earlier.

** These dates agree with the dates of Ramayana.

So Tamil language should have been used at least by 4000BC


Date of the Tsunamis, Kadalkol


The First.


Around 5000 BC


The second Tsunami,


Around 5 BC.


This is based on the Astronomical event of Canopus being visible when Agasthya traveled to South, crossing the Vindhya mountain.


This Time scale applies for the present Aeon, Kaliyuga.





Ghosts Leaping During Tsunami Japan Tsunami Video

In Interesting and funny, videos on August 12, 2013 at 18:24

Ghosts were seen leaping in tsunami Torrent in Japan


They were also sighted in between the buildings.


Is this real?


Tsunami Caused By Indians

In Interesting and funny, Islam on May 16, 2013 at 09:47

There are Conspiracy Theories  and Conspiracy Theories.

I came across a site which, to say the least, is astounding.

You will know why!

Visit and enjoy.

tsunami rising.

Tsunami On Camera


ome Muslims believe that the December 26th tsunami was caused by Indians, Israelis and Americans (i.e. the Hindus, Jews, and Christians).

The earthquake that struck the Indian Ocean on December 26, triggering a series of huge waves called tsunami, “was possibly” caused by an Indian nuclear experiment in which “Israeli and American nuclear experts participated,” an Egyptian weekly magazine reported Thursday.According to Al-Osboa’, India, in its heated nuclear race with Pakistan, has lately received sophisticated nuclear know-how from the United States and Israel, both of which “showed readiness to cooperate with India in experiments to exterminate humankind.”

Since 1992, the magazine argued, leading geological centers in Britain, Turkey and other countries, warned of the need “not to hold nuclear experiments in the region of the Indian Ocean known as ‘the Fire Belt,’ in which the epicenter of the earthquake lies.

Geologists labeled that region ‘The Fire Belt’ for being “a dangerous terrain that can move at anytime, without human intervention,” Al-Osboa’ wrote.

Despite warnings not to carry out nuclear experiments in and around the ‘Fire Belt’, “Israel and India continue to conduct nuclear tests in the Indian Ocean, and the United States has recently decided to carry out similar tests in the Australian deserts, which is included in the ‘Fire Belt’, the Egyptian weekly magazine wrote.

“Last year only, Arab and Islamic states have asked the United States to stop its nuclear activities in that region, and to urge Israel and India to follow suite,” Al-Osboa’ reported.

Although Al-Osboa’ does not rule out the possibility that the tsunami could have been caused by a natural earthquake it speculates however that, “while it has not been proved yet, there has been a joint Israeli-Indian secret nuclear experiment [conducted on December 26] that caused the earthquake.”

The Egyptian weekly magazine concludes in its report that “the exchange of nuclear experts between Israel and India, and US pressure on Pakistan which is exerted by supplying India with state-of-the-art nuclear technology and preventing Islamabad from cooperating with Asian and Islamic states in the nuclear field, pose a big question mark on the causes behind the violent Asian earthquake.”

Incitement against Israel and Jews in Egyptian media is usually limited to the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict yet exceptions are known to occur.

In August 2002, the Paris Supreme Court summoned Ibrahim Naafi’, editor of the Egyptian daily Al-Ahram, for having authorized the publication of a controversial article entitled ‘Jewish matza is made from Arab blood’ in the October 28, 2000 edition of the paper.

Naafi’ was charged with incitement to anti-Semitism and racist violence…


Indonesia Earthquake/Thailand Tsunami Visuals

In natural disasters on April 11, 2012 at 23:49

BANGKOK: A small tsunami measuring 10 centimeters (four inches) reached Thailand‘s Andaman Coast on Wednesday after a massive earthquake off the coast of Indonesia, an official said.

“A 10-centimetre tsunami wave generated by the first earthquake hit Koh Miang off Phang Nga,” the director of Thailand’s National Disaster Warning Center, Somsak Khaosuwan, said on Thai television.

Thailand’s national disaster prevention centre issued a tsunami warning for six southern provinces along the Anadaman coast on Wednesday after a huge earthquake struck off the coast of Indonesia.

People in Phuket, Krabi, Ranong, Phangnga, Trang and Satun were ordered to move to higher ground because of a possible tsunami, an official with Thailand’s National Disaster Prevention Centre told Reuters by telephone.

According to eTN Sources in Phuket no devastating tsunami hit the Thai coast line.
Local authorities warn tourists in Phuket to only consider going down to the coast when no major waves have hit 2 hours after the estimated arrival time.

Olivier Dombey observes from Phuket ” The first waves on Kata Beach. But nothing serious so far.

martijn Rosdorff ‏reports from Phuket at 17.47h local time. My wife spotted two ‘big tsunami waves rolling in’ at Patong Beach just now! (17.47 local.
A Phuket tour operator and tourism officials confirmed all hotels moved guests to higher ground.

Another eTN reader observed a relative small wave of 4-5 meters that hit at 18:16h local time

More reports are coming in stating the water receded – no major damages are visible at this time.

eTN readers are reporting helicopter were circling the coast line.
ANother reader told eTN about a huge wave coming in slowly on the horizon, but nothing much happened on the coast line.

Readers from Krabi observed local villagers to be taken to schools for prayers. A visitor from the U.K. commented on the beautiful sunset from up the hill in Krabi.

Earlier a tsunami warning and evacuation order were issued by disaster prevention authorities in the southern Thai provinces of Phuket and Phangnga on Wednesday after a huge earthquake struck off the coast of Indonesia.

“The province has turned on the warning sirens and asked people all over Phuket island to move to a safe place,” an official from the Phuket Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Centre told Reuters by telephone. The Phuket airport closed as a precaution.

An official from the warning centre Phangnga told Reuters: “We warn people in every district to evacuate immediately because there is a possibility of a tsunami.”

Phuket and Phangnga are provinces popular with tourists and were among those hit by the 2004 Indian Ocena tsunami that killed more than 5,000 people in Thailand.

The order, following a warning from the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre, was aimed particularly at people in tourist provinces of Phuket, Krabi and Phangnga, which are high risk, to evacuate to high ground far away from the sea shore.

The other three provinces on the western coast are Satun, Trang and Songkhla, but they are at less risk.

The massive earthquake was felt in many parts of Thailand including Bangkok.

Telephone signals were reported to have been disrupted in some areas.
Smith Dhammasaroj, former chief of the Meteorological Department, said a tsunami could possibly hit the six provinces on the western coast this evening.

Somsak Khaosuwan, director of the National Disaster Warning Centre, said waves about one metre high would possibly reach Phuket about 5.40pm.

For the sake of safety, people living along the western coastline are advised to evacuate immediately, he said.

The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand insisted that the Egat dams remain strong following the strong earthquake.
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First Tsunami Expected at Sumatra 4.21 pm.India May be spared

In natural disasters on April 11, 2012 at 19:38

Indonesia earthquake 8.6 – 8.7 M 2012 Tsunami Warning Breaking News

Surviving fishing boats clustered together in ...

Surviving fishing boats clustered together in the aftermath of the massive Tsunami that struck the area on December 26, 2004. In the background several boats tossed ashore during the Tsunami are visible. ID: 050101-D-0000B-091 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) says that the first waves of tsunami were expected to hit Sumatra at 4:21 p.m. in Simeuleu, Aceh, and at 4:31 p.m. in Banda Aceh.
PTWC has issued a tsunami warning to several countries in the Indian Ocean region after an earthquake measuring 8.5 on the Richter scale jolted Aceh on Wednesday.
“The earthquake might potentially trigger a tsunami that could damage the area along the Indian Ocean shore,” PTWC said as quoted by kompas.com.
Countries which have been warned about the tsunami include Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Australia, Myanmar, Thailand, Maldives, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Reunion, Seychelles, Pakistan, Somalia, Oman, Madagascar, Iran, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Comores, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Mozambique, Kenya, Crozet Islands, Kerguelen Islands, South Africa and Singapore. (swd)
Tsunami waves are predicted to hit areas as follows:
Simeulue at 4:21 p.m.
Banda Aceh 4:31 p.m.
Siberut 4:41 p.m.
Padang 5:17 p.m.
Bengkulu 5:38 p.m
Cilacap 7:.05 p.m.
Bandar Lampung 7:13 p.m.
Bali 7:53 p.m.
Kupang 8:38 p.m.
Belawan 8:48 p.m.


Despite initial fears,it is now expected that the Tsunami may not hit India.

India today said there was no likelihood of tsunami tidal waves being formed anywhere in the Indian Ocean region after an earthquake of 8.9 magnitude hit waters off western coast of northern Sumatra in Indonesia.

Intially, the Earth Sciences Ministry and the National Disaster Management Authority issued a tsuanmi warning for Andaman and Nicobar Island and an alert to coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

Later, in subsequent bulletions, the two organisations virtually ruled out tsunami in Andaman and Nicobar Islands and elsewhere in the country.
“There is no specific threat. It was a watch and alert. There is no likelihood of any tsunami in the Indian Ocean region,” NDMA Vice President Sashidhar Reddy told PTI.

He said the earthquake that struck the Sumatra islands was not the kind of tremors that usually triggers tsunami tidal waves.

“It is the kind of strike and slip earth quake which does not trigger tsunami. There was no vertical displacement of water under the sea,” he said.

“Tsunami possibility is virtually ruled out,” he said, adding that the Andaman and Nicobar Islands administration and the Army stationed there had informed the NDMA that so far no waves have been noticed in the island.”



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