Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 8: The Thar desert

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 8: The Thar desert

Published May 13, 2010

The fort Derawar, guardian of the Cholistan desert … Located 80 km from the city of Bahawalpur in Punjab province in Pakistan, is part of Pevnost Derawar Ganweriwala, city of Indus Valley The brick walls are composed of 10 towers of 30 meters in height The perimeter of the fortress is 1500 square meters


Book Two: The peoples

Part 4: The Indo-European

Chapter 8: The Thar desert


According to an article in the New York Herald Tribune of 16 February 1947, the report of the explosion of an atomic bomb in the desert of New Mexico, described the explosion melted the sand turned into glass green It would have troubled archaeologists who excavated sites dating back several thousand years in the Euphrates Valley These sites contained traces of destruction with the melted sand turned into green glass This shows that the Atlanteans Yi continued to Sumer with its nuclear weapons … According to an article in Pravda on January 17, 1994, archaeologists Davenport and Vincenti, have discovered at Mohenjodaro, with strata of clay and sand melted at high temperature, turned into green glass, similar to traces of explosion of nuclear Nevada Desert What is most disturbing in that article is that they specify that the skeletons we found at Mohenjo-Daro, had a radioactivity level 50 times higher than normal … Exactly, the radiation dose of the Gobi … Davenport and Vincenti and archaeologists are not physicists … They had no reason to bring this rate to that of the Gobi, probably not unknown at the time, but certainly kept secret … There are a few short years, not even 10 years, the Internet is completely open and can know everything, or almost … And it may be a rag given randomly, because even if they are not archaeologists and physicists, they are still scientists … And they would never have invented a rate representing a single blast 20 times as powerful as any radioactivity emitted by the earth during a year: Natural radioactivity + medical + military + accidents (leakage power, etc …)

The Mahabharata

The Mahabharata tells us the effects of the ultimate weapon: This is a shell, which sparkled like fire, but without producing smoke When the shell hit the ground, the sky turned dark, tornadoes and storms have ravaged cities A horrible blast burnt thousands of people and animals, reducing them to ashes Another excerpt from the Mahabharata says: Ghurka arises as a powerful vimana and destroyed three cities of Vrishis and Andhakas with a single projectile charged with all the power of the Universe An incandescent column of smoke and flame as bright as ten thousand suns rose in all its glory It was an unknown weapon, an iron thunderbolt, a gigantic messenger of death which reduced to ashes the entire race of Vrishis and Andhakas … The … corpses were so burned that they were unrecognizable Their hair and nails fell Pottery broke without apparent reason and the birds turned white After a few hours, all food was infected … … To escape from this fire the soldiers threw themselves in streams to wash themselves and their equipment … But in the Vedas, the Ramayana, as in the Mahabharata, there are many other passages that refer aerial battles and use of nuclear weapons, with the description of its effects and consequences

Nuclear war

All the texts we have already studied, and found the realities on the ground, demonstrate a firm conclusion: The wars of the Ramayana around -4300, the Mahabharata around -3100, the first and second war Gobi around -2650 and -2350, are nuclear wars View this book in Part 3: The Tocharian, Chapters 4 and 5 War of the Gobi, told by the Chinese legend tells us that Yi continued his attackers but could not destroy the airship 10th of Atlantis during the great battle, that of the Gobi Valley Thar area of Indo-European Tocharian allies, may well have the 10th house this ship … It was necessary to destroy this region also … And it has never heard of this ship … the 10th Neither of the Sarasvati either … This is why it remains today as the Indus Valley and the Thar Desert … We note also that in the Thar desert radioactivity equivalent to that of the Gobi: a rate 50 times higher than normal, or 82 ms / year … Chinese legend says that the Emperor Huangdi was furious heavenly Yi cons of having done so much damage and destruction on the earth, making it uninhabitable Indeed he continued the Atlanteans with its nuclear weapons to Sumer, devastating a large part of previously fertile land … It’s weighing heavily in the decision of édenistes heading back to space and to abandon the colonization of land And Yi was punished for it: it will remain on earth …

The Thar desert

The Thar Desert, an area of 200,000 sq km, is called Mârusthali, the country of death in India In Pakistan, it is called Cholistan desert This area became desert between 2000 BC. BC and 1500 BC. AD At that time the river Sarasvati is sinking into the desert and leaves a dry bed, which reappears in Pakistan

The oil of the Thar Desert

Indian oil company Cairn India Ltd., estimated oil reserves in the concession of the Thar desert, to 6.5 billion barrels This represents just over 0.5% of the world and about a third of China’s resources Total discovered resources will enable rapid implementation of a pipe line to carry oil extracted India currently imports 70% of its oil

Coal in the Cholistan Desert

The Thar desert in Pakistan’s Sindh province, has the fifth largest reserve of coal, 184 billion tons Currently only 4.5 to 5 million tons are extracted annually This is the first quality lignite and may be subject to appropriate industrialization, all turned into petroleum products … Properly used, this resource could meet the energy needs of Pakistan for the next 100 years Coal is expected to build and fuel a power plant of sufficient capacity to supply the region with energy and even export electricity to neighboring India A plant of 6,000 MW would be built by the Chinese, but the project was abandoned, probably because of the risk of terrorism Despite the economic viability of the project, foreigners only invest the day when Pakistan will be a liberal country, free of terrorism risk The size of the investment is such that it is only a multinational financing such a project can be completed The abundance and low current cost of coal, up top candidates to replace oil Until then, it will master this new use in accordance with current standards of pollution, particularly to limit the emission of CO2 into the atmosphere Current estimates of world coal reserves exceed two hundred against forty years only for oil

The water in the Thar desert

In the Thar desert, there is not that oil and coal, there is also the fifth largest freshwater aquifer in the world … In fact, depending on location, the water is potable, saline or brackish But this is not sea water, and with appropriate treatment and inexpensive, there is sufficient groundwater to create a fertile and verdant paradise in its 200 000 km ² … The central arid region of Jodhpur research institute says, supporting evidence, that groundwater comes primarily from precipitation of Himalayan glaciers flowing into the old course of the Sarasvati The central ground water board has dug along the dry bed of the Sarasvati, and 24 wells, 23 have provided drinking water The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, Research during drilling for oil in the Thar desert, found water wells found very low salinity The company dug a well 554 meters deep on the site Saraswati-1, located about seven kilometers from Jaisalmer It is extracted from 76,000 liters of water per hour … At Myzlar, south of Jaisalmer, in the 1970s, fresh drinking water was found in a well drilled by the ONGC, at a depth of 1,500 meters A Jumman Samoo, a village in Pakistan, to 406 feet deep, drilling revealed a groundwater drinking water from a height of 400 meters Throughout the coal region of Cholistan, about 9000 km ², there are three heights lignite seam, each separated by a water table The first layer is about 50 meters deep to a height of from 52 to 94 meters The second layer is about 120 meters to an average height of 68 meters The third layer is about 200 meters to an average height of 47 meters The research has been made for coal, it was not dug further, but all indications are that there is still a very large sheet under the whole coal

Radiation in the Thar

An article in the World Island Review, January 1992 speaks with a thick layer of radioactive ash covering, 16 km east of Jodhpur, an area of 5 square kilometers Archaeologists have discovered in this area remains a city of the Valley Civilization Thar with traces of nuclear explosion occurred several millennia ago We have noticed an increase in this area the number of children born with birth defects and cancer cases Levels of radiation would be so high that the Indian authorities have banned the zone The official reason is that it is to keep people away from a military area The Thar Desert has also been used by the Indian army for their nuclear tests … Underground tests took place in Pokharan in 1974 and 1998 In 1998, the Bhabha Atomic Research Center conducted a series of tests to judge the impact of the explosion on the water quality in the region Tests and analyzes confirmed that the water was potable, uncontaminated The report did not include public figures … In Pakistan, all official transcripts of radioactivity Thar, indicate the natural radiation of 0.5 mSv Slightly less than a third of the normal radioactivity of 1.64 mSv which is … For them it is proof that the area is safe There was no expertise against a foreign laboratory neutral But, you understand, there are major economic reasons for this …

The end of Indo-European

As suddenly as the Indo-European civilization had emerged, it declined and disappeared … Around 1900 BC. BC, the inhabitants of the city-states begin to leave cities Around 1800 BC. AD, most cities of the valley were abandoned Thar Even large cities such as Turkmenistan Altyn-depe and Namazga-depe are abandoned The major cities of the valley Thar disappear Some scientists tried to explain this collapse is a major climate change This was indeed the case since the Thar valley was green and fertile, and it became a desert around 1800 BC. AD But that’s not enough to explain the collapse of the Indo-European civilization The Indo-Europeans have not disappeared Forced to abandon land sterilized by nuclear war, they are dispersed in the northwest and west, north and south are already occupied by other peoples of Atlantis And after their defeat, they no longer have sufficient military resources to start a new war



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