- 00:00:00 In this section, we learn about the history and advancements of the Indus Valley Civilization, also known as the Harappan civilization, which existed in modern-day Pakistan almost 9,000 years ago. The civilization built impressive infrastructure such as water supply systems and two-story houses, as well as originating the concept of indoor toilets and an advanced drainage system. Despite their advancements, the civilization suddenly vanished in 1300 BC, leaving behind destruction and scattered rocks, leading some to speculate a nuclear war. However, they had no weapons or army, and all precautions were meant to protect against floods rather than enemy raids. The writing system of the Indus remains a mystery, as there are no known deciphers of their strange hieroglyphics, depicting various animals, deities, and symbols.
- 00:05:00 In this section, the disappearance of the advanced Indus civilization is explored, with theories ranging from drought, deforestation, and disease to an abrupt and mysterious end. However, in 1922, scientists discovered strange and unexplained remains of around 40 bodies in Mohenjo-daro, with some of the skeletons lying in unnatural poses and a hollow area 50 meters in diameter that seemed to be the result of extremely high temperatures. In a separate discovery, traces of radioactive dust were found in Rajasthan, with a level of radiation 50 times above normal near Mohenjo-daro. Researchers believe that all signs point to a nuclear explosion that happened thousands of years ago, leading to the destruction of the Indus civilization many years before nuclear power plants and weapons were created.
- 00:10:00 In this section, the theory that a natural nuclear reactor in the Okla mine may have caused the nuclear explosion that destroyed the Indus civilization is explored. However, the Mahabharata mentions a weapon that caused the explosion and gives details of its aftermath on survivors. Later, the maurya Empire’s ruler, Ashoka, summoned the nine unknown men to create nine books containing all of the era’s breakthrough knowledge to keep it away from the masses. The books included detailed knowledge about microbiology, cosmology, physiology, gravity, sociology, propaganda, light, communication, alchemy, and radiation. Modern-day researchers have confirmed that the River Ganges contains more oxygen than any other river in the world, possibly due to radiation, which one of the nine books may have described a water sanitation technique based on exposure to radiation. If the Indus civilization had proto-types of nuclear weapons, it would explain many historical facts, such as the absence of an army or defensive structures.
- 00:15:00 In this section, the video explores the possibility of ancient civilizations having advanced technology and vehicles to travel air and space. Ancient Indian epics dating back to 800-300 BC mention Vimanas, pyramid-shaped aircraft with portholes and domes that could fly as fast as the wind, reach the upper layers of the atmosphere and even space. Some legends describe Vimanas as weapons that are charged with all the powers of the universe, capable of destroying entire civilizations. These descriptions of flight and the use of nuclear energy in ancient times may seem unbelievable but the fact that humans were contemplating such ideas thousands of years ago shows they were much more advanced than previously thought.
- The Indus Valley Civilization, which existed around 9,000 years ago in modern-day Pakistan, was an advanced civilization with impressive infrastructure such as water supply systems and advanced drainage systems. However, the civilization mysteriously vanished in 1300 BC, with some researchers speculating a nuclear war. Strange and unexplained remains of around 40 bodies were discovered in Mohenjo-daro, with traces of radioactive dust found in Rajasthan, indicating a nuclear explosion that happened thousands of years ago. The video also explores the possibility of ancient civilizations having advanced technology and vehicles to travel air and space, as ancient Indian epics dating back to 800-300 BC mention Vimanas, pyramid-shaped aircraft capable of reaching the upper layers of the atmosphere and even space.