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History Incorrect Ancient Spark Plug Nano Technology

In History on January 5, 2014 at 23:08

With advanced Technologies, we are now confident that we can update and be certain about the History of Mankind and the World.

We have carbon Dating to determine the period of an artifact, Radio Telescopes which can peer into distant galaxies to find more about the Universe.

These very instruments are making us rethink what has been known to us as History on the origin of Life, appearance of Homo Sapiens and the History of Civilizations.

Ancient Manuscripts and legends speak of  things which they could not have had access to.

Indian Texts speak of Atomic blasts five thousand years ago,Artificial insemination, Flying Saucers, Airplanes,Travel to the Stars, these are found in the Indian texts.

They speak of electricity as well

Please read some of my posts on these subjects.

Find here below a list of anomalies, instances, objects,events which could not have taken place or they have no business to be there at all.according to or reading of History

1. Spark plugin a geode.

In 1930,owners of a Gift shop found an encrusted Fossil in California in 1930.

On cutting it open with a diamond cutter they found..a Spark Plug.

It was Carbon dated.

Its age..at least 500,000 years!

  • Ancient modern tools. While quarrying limestone in 1786, workers came to a bed of sand about 50 feet below ground level. In the layer of sand, however, they found the stumps of stone pillars and fragments of half-worked rock. Digging further, they found coins, the petrified wooden handles of hammers, and pieces of other petrified wooden tools. The sand in which the discovery was made was beneath a layer of limestone dated at 300 million years old.
  • Mysterious vase.

    The mysterious  Vase

    The stunning Lycurgus cup reveals a brilliant red when light passes through its sections of glass containing gold-silver alloyed nanoparticles. Photograph: British Museum Images

  •  In June, 1851, Scientific American reprinted a report from the Boston Transcript about how a metallic vase, found in two parts, was dynamited out of solid rock 15 feet below the surface in Dorchester, Mass. The bell-shaped vase (see photo), measuring 4-1/2 inches high and 6-1/2 inches at the base, was composed of a zinc and silver alloy. On the sides were figures of flowers in bouquet arrangements, inlaid with pure silver. The estimated age of the rock out of which it came: 100,000 years.
  • Too-old screw.

    Ancient screw

    Million Year Old Screw

  •  In 1865, a two-inch metal screw was discovered in a piece of feldspar unearthed from the Abbey Mine in Treasure City, Nev. The screw had long ago oxidized, but its form – particularly the shape of its threads – could be clearly seen in the feldspar. The stone was calculated to be 21 million years in age.
  • Ancient nanotechnology. In 1991-1993, gold prospectors on the Narada river on the eastern side of the Ural mountains in Russia found unusual, mostly spiral-shaped objects, the smallest measuring about 1/10,000th of an inch! The objects are composed of copper and the rare metals tungsten and molybdenum. Tests showed the objects to be between 20,000 and 318,000 years old.

……………….More to follow.

 

Source:

http://paranormal.about.com/od/ancientanomalies/a/Pieces-Out-Of-Time.htm

 

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Balanced View Lifestyle World Death

In lifestyle on June 18, 2013 at 09:19

We come across extremes in Life,

 

Life Quotes.

Life QuotesLife Quotes.

Pleasure, Pain,

Good,Bad,

Hot, Cold,

Love ,Hatred,

Home, World,

Family Life, Renunciation,

How does one follow the Precepts?

An advice is can not be followed unless it is  experienced or we experience something similar.

Another tack is to understand by observing simple things in Life.

Rain flows as a River rolling down everything in its wake, not respecting anything.

It is predetermined, even that it is not, nor are we sure about,

As the things do not know why they are tumbled when being tumbled, nor the River that impels them, one rolls down Life.

As such, one need not be overawed by Great-men, much less condescending towards the weak and less gifted.

பெரியோரை வியத்தலும் இலமே;

சிறியோரை இகழ்தல் அதனினும் இலமே.”
We are solely responsible for our Life, be it Good Times  or Bad Times.
This accountability is the backbone of Hinduism and the Theory of Karma.
Of Course, we have limited Freedom, in that though we are free to choose a course of action, we can not determine the choices life offers or what impels us to choose a particular option.
None can insult you, demean you or elevate without your consent.
Atman is Your best friend and is Your worst enemy” Bhagavad Gita.
You are the Master of Your destiny.
தீதும், நன்றும், பிறர் தர வாரா;’
So are problems and solutions.
Hinduism is such a Religion that can say God is the Repository of Grief as well.
‘Dukkabukh,’ Repository of Grief-Vishnusahasranama.
Then why do we pray?
Because he gives you the strength, provides you with the tolls to tide over.
Dukka Sadanah’ Provides you with the avenues to combat the problems-Visnu Sahasranamam.
Therefore problems and solutions are with us.
“நோதலும், தணிதலும், அவற்றோர் அன்ன;”
This being happy or Sad is meaningless.
For even Death is not New!
“சாதலும் புதுவது அன்றே! வாழ்தல்”
So the whole world is Mine . All are my Friends.
யாதும் ஊரே,யாவரும் கேளிர்;’
‘Mara Ca Parvat Devi Pitha Devo Maheswarah,
Bhandavvah Siva Bhaktaasca,
Swadeso Bhuvath Thrayam’
Goddess Parvat is My Mother, Lord Siva is My Father,
Worshipers of Siva are my relatives,
Therefore the Whole World is Mine-Adi Sankaracharya.

யாதும் ஊரே ; யாவரும் கேளிர் ;


தீதும் நன்றும் பிறர்தர வாரா ;

நோதலும் தணிதலும் அவற்றோ ரன்ன ;

சாதலும் புதுவது அன்றே ; வாழ்தல்

இனிதுஎன மகிழ்ந்தன்றும் இலமே; முனிவின்,

இன்னா தென்றலும் இலமே; ‘மின்னொடு

வானம் தண்துளி தலைஇ, ஆனாது

கல்பொருது இரங்கும் மல்லற் பேர்யாற்று

நீர்வழிப் படூஉம் புணைபோல, ஆருயிர்

முறைவழிப் படூஉம்’ என்பது திறவோர்

காட்சியின் தெளிந்தனம் ஆகலின், மாட்சியின்

பெரியோரை வியத்தலும் இலமே;

சிறியோரை இகழ்தல் அதனினும் இலமே.
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திணை: பொதுவியல் துறை -பொருண்மொழிக் காஞ்சி

Who Owns The World Isa Upanishad 1

In Hinduism, Indian Philosophy on April 29, 2013 at 07:14

 

The World is run by Principles.

Nothing in the world is without a reason or Direction.

Execution of a simple job needs planning and direction.

The world runs and IS  with clock like precision.

These principles remain indifferent to the fact whether one becomes aware of them or not.

We keep on discovering (?) the principles of Nature, repudiating our earlier Theories.

But these Principles are in operation despite our understanding or misunderstanding of them.

To day Science is veering around the view that there isa Central Theory, Unified Theory that links all the Theories of Science.

A Theory requires a Theorist.

Doubt implies a Doubter, Thinking implies a Thinker

I Doubt, therefore I AM”-Rene Descartes.

All these principles of Nature require a Master.

There isa Unified Theory.

All things in the Universe are covered by This Principle.

They are  ”His.

We are but custodians.

We do not own them or even stake a claim to them.

So one is not to covet anything in this Universe. for it is not ours.

As it is our Nature to covet, let us practice Detachment and protect us from pain by cultivating Detachment.

‘om isa vasyamidam sarvam yatkincha jagatyam jagat ।
tena tyaktena bhunjitha ma grdhah kasyasviddhanam ॥ 1॥’

 

Isa Upannishad

Isa Upannishad 1

All this—whatever exists in this changing universe—should be
covered by the Lord. Protect the Self by renunciation. Lust not
after any man’s wealth

http://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2013/04/28/indifference-better-yoga-sutra-1-16/

http://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2013/04/27/how-full-minus-full-is-full-isa-upanishad/

 

‘Direct Experience ‘ Yoga Sutra Explains

In Hinduism on April 21, 2013 at 09:57

Patanjali ,in his Yoga Sutra 1.7, suggests  these three instruments of Knowledge.

Direct Experience-Pratyaksha

Inference-Anumaana

Pramaana-Testimony.

Direct Experience.

How do we experience?

Through the instruments , the senses.

Indian Philosophy categorizes  Five Senses,

Eyes, Ears,Nose,Mouth,Touch(Tactile )

These are called Gnadendriyas.

Jñānendriyas are the five sense organs.

1. ghrāṇa – nose 2.rasanā – tongue 3.cakṣu – eye 4.tvak – skin 5.śrotra – ear

And it includes Mind as a sense organ.’unlike Western Philosophy where Mind is categorized as an entity along with Matter.

The senses alone will not provide us with experience,

One may have eyes, but can not see,Blind.

So the ‘act of seeing’ is a  separate function.

Organs of Perception.

Organs of Perception.

Same with the other senses.

Therefore, Indian Philosophy ascribes these actual acts, as additional Instruments for Direct experience.

These are called Karmendriyas (That perform’ the action of’seeing’ etc)

1.pāyu – the excretory organ.
Is the organ of excretion. Associated with the mooladhara chakra and the earth element.
2.upastha – the sexual organs
This is the generative organ.
3.pāda – the locomotion organ
Legs are the locomotory organs.
4.pāni – the organ of apprehension
Hands are the most complex organ of action as they can express,feel and touch.
5.vāk – the speech organ

With these we experience.

This is at the individual level, that is, it is for each individual.

For experiencing the world, the world has to exist(‘Exist’ is being used here in the normal meaning, not with Philosophical connotations).

Like the individual, the World has the following.

The Five Elements.

a)Prithivi (earth)
b)Apas or Jala (water)
c)Agni (fire)
d)Vayu (air)
e)Akasha (ether)

These elements by themselves can not be experienced;they have certain qualities, corresponding to each of these.

These are called Tanmatras,

The five tanmātras – subtle mediums of the sensations
gandha - is the olfactive impressions, smell. Is the quality of earth.
rasa - is the the taste sensations. Is the quality of water element.
rūpa – is the visual sensations. Is the quality of fire element.
sparśa – is the touch sensations. The quality of air element.
śabda – is the auditive sensations.The quality of ether.

These two groups are linked by The Mind.

We shall take this up in the next post.

 

 

How To Read The Maya Calendar

In News, Time on December 20, 2012 at 08:39

With panic running high among the gullible, I thought it fit to search the web for information as to how to read the Maya Calendar.

I was lucky in finding a reasonable explanation from two sources.

Here they are.

 

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Mayan Calendar

Mayan Calendar-Bar and Dot System

The first thing to understand is that the Maya used three different calendars. The first was the sacred calendar, or Tzolk’in, which lasted 260 days and then started over again, just as our 365-day calendar refreshes once it hits Dec. 31. This calendar was important for scheduling religious ceremonies.

The second calendar was the Haab’, or secular calendar, which lasted 365 days but did not account for the extra quarter-day it takes the Earth to revolve around the sun. (The modern calendar accounts for this fraction by adding a day to February every four years, the reason we have leap years.) That means the calendar wandered a bit in relation to the seasons.

The final calendar was the Long Count Calendar — the recording method that has caused all of the doomsday brouhaha of 2012. On Dec. 21 (approximately), the calendar completes a major cycle, which has triggered doomsday fears and mystical rumors about the end of an age. [Full Coverage: The Mayan Apocalypse (Not)]

The Maya shared our culture’s fascination with calendar mile-markers and would have likely considered the date important, Witschey told LiveScience. But they did not make any doomsday predictions about the date. The only two carvings ever found referring to the date depict contemporary kings and their predicted long-lasting legacies, Witschey said.

“Suppose I said to you that George Washington is so important that we will still consider him a revered national leader in the year 3000,” Witschey said. “So now you’ve got the rollover of the zeros, you’ve got an important contemporaneous figure, and you’re looking forward to the future.” That’s what the Mayan carvings are trying to accomplish, he said.

How the Long Count Calendar works

The Long Count Calendar may not predict doomsday, but it is good at covering long periods of time. Here’s how it works: Dates are written out as five numbers separated by four periods, such as 13.0.0.0.0. (The ancient Maya represented these not with numerals, of course, but with their own hieroglyphs.)

The right-most position is called the k’in, which counts single days: 13.0.0.0.1, for example. The k’in counts up to 19 and then flips back to zero, with counting picked back up by the next position, the uinal. So 13.0.0.0.19 would become 13.0.0.1.0, much like a car odometer. [Images: Mayan Calendar Carvings]

Each uinal is thus a block of 20 days. The k’in position then picks back up, counting up to that 20, which then gets added to the uinal. So the day after 13.0.0.1.0 would be 13.0.0.1.1 and then 13.0.0.1.2, all the way up to 13.0.0.1.19 and finally 13.0.0.2.0.

The uinals count upward as well. While the Maya generally use a base-20 counting system, Witschey said, they modify this slightly for the uinal, which only counts up to 17 before rolling over to the third position, the tun. Each tun is thus 18 blocks of 20 days, or 360 days — approximately a year by the solar calendar.

Tuns, in turn, count up to 20 before rolling over into k’atuns. As 20 blocks of 360 days, each k’atun translates into 7,200 days, or just less than 20 years. The k’atun place then counts up before rolling over into the final digit, the b’ak’tun.

If that word sounds familiar, it’s because Dec. 21, 2012, on our calendar marks the end of the 13th b’ak’tun of the Mayan Long Count Calendar. In other words, it’s the day the count will read 13.0.0.0.0. On Dec. 22, it will read 13.0.0.0.1.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/19/maya-calendar-apocalypse-doomsday-2012_n_2330790.html

Think of the Mayan Calendar as a series of series of interlocking gears with different ratios: a 13 pin sprocket turns inside a 20 pin cog, which itself rotates in another, and it in another and so on. The Mayans did not shy away from large numbers, and invented some rather ingenious methods to write down some extremely large numbers. But before we go into that, here’s a road map of what you are seeing on any typical Mayan display month:

http://www.maya12-21-2012.com/mayancalendar.html

 

 

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