Nov 27, 2019

Kailasa Temple - Evidence Of Advanced Stone Drilling Technology In India?

1. About The Denosivan Stone Bracelet That Has A Drilled Hole Providing An Ancient Technological Developmental Link To The Later Megalithic Cultures And Monuments Such As Gobleki Tepe & The Pyramids Of Giza
2. Tracing Evidence Of Yoga Postures For Shamanic Meditation To 15,000 BC!
3. Evidence Of A Rock Cutting Machine In The Ancient World That Has Been Lost To Time

Connecting The Denisovan Stone Bracelet To Gobekli Tepe To The Stone Cutting Machine Mentioned In The Vedas: We know
there is a stone bracelet with a drilled hole over 50,000 years old. So drilling stone isn't new technology. Could a machine have been developed, at some time in the past, that could drill effectively enough to turn the stone to sand? Such a device is mentioned in the Vedas (as mentioned in the video below) and with the ancient religious hairstyle link to Brahmins and the ancient yogic link to Shiva, its possible to trace Indian culture to Gobekli Tepe (9500BC). Its also possible to trace elements from the Gobekli Tepe culture to the Native Americans. So the elements of the culture at Gobekli Tepe was already spread far and wide, or it did after Gobekli Tepe. For the purposes of this post we have a link from the Vedas to the oldest megalithic site in the world, making its literature relevant to understanding of ancient cultures that gave birth to modern ones.:

The relevant point in this documentary is about the Temple's missing rock (besides general descriptions and pictures). Its like the Giza Pyramid evaporating into thin air.

New Ellora Caves Documentary 2019 The Mind-Boggling Rock Cut Temples of India

Info: Everyone is trying to understand how the Ellora caves were built, cut out of the rocks, without the use of ‘modern’ technology it is a construction that we would be hard pressed to replicate today. This new, never before seen documentary will look closely at this intricate temple and suggest—as have many archaeologists—that thousands of years ago, ancient cultures were far more advanced than some scholars are crediting them for. What baffles experts is their incredible precision and design. It seems very plausible that whoever built these fascinating cave may have been using an unknown advanced ancient technology. Cave 16, the magnificent Kailasa Temple, and is notable for being the largest monolithic structure in the world that was carved out of a single piece of rock!

The Kailasha temple (Ellora Caves - Cave 16) is cut out of ONE solid rock making it a unique sort of Megalith & Monolith all in one. While it has inscriptions that can be dated to the 8th century the rock itself can’t be dated and so we don’t know it’s actual construction date though it can be said to be a post 1500 BC site as it has panels depicting scenes from the Ramayana and Mahabharata (Indian religious epics that are conventionally dated to about 1500 BC but could be much much older).

Elements of the Mahabharata story carved in rock at the temple;

Elements of the Ramayana story carved in rock at the temple;

(Note: Rama is said to have arms below his knees, was he a hybrid?)

Other anomalies about where this temple is located includes the fact that it is twice as large as the Pantheon in Greece and about 50% taller. Worse. To carve out the entire temple complex 400,000 tons of rock had to be moved which is at least a century of work (or so it would seem) and where was the rock moved to? No one knows. It simply disappeared. At least with the Sphinx the temple in front of it can be said to be made out of the rocks that were hewn out to make the Sphinx complex but here the 400,000 tons of rock is simply gone. In the Vedic literature a device is mentioned called Buamasara (if I’m getting it correctly) which could ‘cut stone and turn it into air’ (picked it up from a Vedic scholar on youtube).

Images of the Kailasha temple

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