It is well-known among those who study Indian scriptures and archeology that the Western Indologists would do everything in their power to ensure that anything that proves or remotely connected to the antiquity of Vedas, Sanatana Dharma, is portrayed as something entirely different.
If the evidence is overwhelming then, they would try to assign a ridiculously later date .
Attempts will be made to suppress the original study.
Thanks to internet,one is now able to get the suppressed ,authentic information.
These so-called archeologists and scientists would go even to the extent of saying that they ‘ do not want to study the material as it would reveal the impossible”(Dr.Pragnell,University of Queensland)
He is referring to Gympie Pyramid,Australia.
Why this aversion to know the truth?
Because the referred site and Australia is mentioned in the hindu texts, Ramayana.
Not only the Gympie Pyramid but the coastline off Brisbane,Australia.
यत्नवन्तो यव द्वीपम् सप्त राज्य उपशोभितम् |
सुवर्ण रूप्यकम् द्वीपम् सुवर्ण आकर मण्डितम् || 4-40-30
“You strive hard in the island of Yava, which will be splendorous with seven kingdoms, like that even in Golden and Silver islands that are enwreathed with gold-mines, in and around Yava islands. [4-40-30]
( Sugriva’s directions to his army to search for Sita)
I have posted an article that sugriva referred the Nazca Lines in Peru and asked his army to search for Sita in Peru
Yava refers to Java and landmass beyond that after the ocean in Australia.
This structure is believed to have been built by Viswakarama, the Divine architect..
Astra in Sanskrit means weapons, arrows, Aalaya means home,
Australia might mean home of weapons.
Atomic weapons were used in Mahabharata battle.
Read my articles on this.
”About 5 km to the north of the township of Gympie in south east Queensland is a structure (or series of structures) which has become known as the ‘Gympie Pyramid’.
There have been many differing claims as to its origins and function. Some of these claims have been quite controversial and gained considerable media attention beginning in 1956 through to the present. In preparing this paper I investigated the various claims and the local folk-lore which surrounds the ‘pyramid’ and attempted to place these in a context which is supported by empirical or historical fact. Documentation was scarce which has meant that the results of my investigation tend to highlight what the structure is not rather than what it is. I hope to remedy this situation by completing a more detailed survey of the site in early 1990…