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We are told Columbus discovered America in 1492, but many centuries ago Asian migrants found this western

shore, settled there and established a civilization. Tibetans and American Indians have much in common in terms of spiritual culture. Did you know?
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Maya-Inca of America Egyptians of Egypt Nubians of Sudan Maori of New Zealand Have many things in common with Ancient Indians
LET US CHECK OUT WHAT THOSE ARE
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Please be patient to read and understand the notes and closely study the pictures that follow..
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The celebrated astronomer Bhaskaracarya mentions the time difference between the important cities situated in different parts of the world in his Siddhanta Siromani (Goladhyaya) thus:

"When the sun rises at Lanka, the time as at Yakakotipura to the east of Lanka, will be midday. Below the earth at Siddhapura, it will be twilight then, and at Romakadesa in Europe, the time will be midnight."
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This is ..Sirpur Surang Tila Palace Temple, W.Bengal


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Note the raised platform on which the main temple is located.


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The Steps to the temple


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. front view of the temple


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Flight of steps to a temple built on a higher platform


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..inside the temple


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Sirpur Surang Tila temple design is found in Cambodia, Egypt, and Mexico
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The Hindus were mighty navigators and pioneers of culture centuries before Columbus was born. They established their cultural empires in Java, Bali, Sumatra, Borneo, Philippines, Cambodia, Champa, Annam and Siam and ruled there until after the 14th century. Even today Cambodia's King bears the title of the great Varman rulers of India, and Bali has a Hindu king. Hindu migration to America was vigorous from before the 1st to the 12th century A.D.
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Hindus and Hopis, Advantins and Aztecs, Tibetan Monks and Mayans were part of one world culture - a spiritual one. Baron Alexander von Humbolt, an eminent European scholar and anthropologist, was one of the first to postulate the Asiatic origin of the Indian civilizations of the Americas.
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Humans originated in Africa, then migrated to India, and from there to all over the world
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Ancient Sea and land routes that connected the rest of the world to India
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The archeological evidence suggests that the Paleo-Indians' first "widespread" habitation of America occurred during the end of the last glacial period or, more specifically, what is known as the late glacial maximum, around 16,50013,000 years ago
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What you will see next is the similarities in other cultures with Indiathe Hindu Nation.
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Bull Boat with Canopy Saraswati Civilization (3000-4000 BC)


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These are South Indian boats with luxury rooms under the canopy that cruise down the backwaters of India even today. These boats can carry huge loads and is made with wooden planks stitched together by coir ropes. Indian Origins of Satanic Religions No iron nail is used.

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Note the wooden planks stitched by coir ropes.

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Note the wooden planks stitched together by coir ropes.


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These boats ventures into the rough seas even today in India
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The 1.5-metre wide pharaonic solar boat excavated in Egypt


Note the holes for tying the wooden planks as in Indian boats that are still made and used in India

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Dr. Robert Heine Geldern anthropologist, has written that: "Those who believe the ancient peoples of Asia were incapable of crossing the ocean have completely lost sight of what the literary sources tell us concerning their ships and their navigation. Many of the peoples of Southeastern Asia had adopted Indian Hindu-Buddhist civilizations. The influences of the Hindu-Buddhist culture of southeast Asia in Mexico and particularly, among the Maya, are incredibly strong, and they have already disturbed some Americanists who don't like to see them but cannot deny them." "Ships that could cross the Indian Ocean were able to cross the Pacific too. Moreover, these ships were really larger and probably more sea-worthy than those of Columbus and Magellan.
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"Ships of size that carried Fahien from India to China (through stormy China water) were certainly capable of proceeding all the way to Mexico and Peru by crossing the Pacific. One thousand years before the birth of Columbus Indian ships were far superior to any made in Europe up to the 18th century."
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These are wooden boats (dhow) that you see in Doha today.
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They are made in Beypore, Kerala, India since ancient days using teak wood, coir rope, and pulp resin even today. No iron nail is used.
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Larger ships were made here that set sail to countries as far as Rome which traded with Muziris, Kerala, India.
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Only a place like India with large forest can source the wood for such an industry and carpenters who have high degree of skill and intelligence unlike their desert counterparts who could make only the cross, coffins, or the plough.
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Cambodia, the ancient Kamboja, was one of the earliest to receive the culture of India. The name of its river Me Kong was derived from Ma Ganga (mother Ganges). In the first century A.D. a Brahman called Kaundinya came to Kamboja from Kanchi, the capital of Pallava kings in South India, married the Kamboja Princess Soma and was elected king of the country. Champa, at present Vietnam, figures prominently in the story of India's cultural expansion. Vietnam was the footboard for the pilgrims to America. A prince of Kalinga (Orissa) founded the Hindu State of Java in the 1st century AD.
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Java is the ancient Yava Dveepa mentioned in the Ramayana and other Sanskrit texts. Bali Dveepa is still a stronghold of Hinduism. Borneo is the ancient Suvarna Dveepa or Sri Vijaya. On the Indonesian national flag still flutters the Garuda. From Angkor Vat to America Hinduism and its gods and temples have left their imprint. Siam was the centre of Hindu culture for centuries and boasts of rulers with names such as Rama, Praja Deepak and Dharmaraja. The same pioneers of culture who ruled such large areas in the Pacific for fourteen centuries also went to far off Mexico and Peru and established cultural empires.
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Indian ship-building had developed at least 2000 years ago and according to Dr. Ekholm, Director of the Museum of Natural History in New York, and Dr. Robert Heine Geldern, there appears to be little doubt that ship-building and navigation were sufficiently advanced in southern and eastern Asia at the period in question to have made trans-Pacific voyages possible. As early as the time of Ptolemy in the 2nd century AD, Indian ships sailed to the Malayan Peninsula and Indonesia not east-wise but across the Bay of Bengal. In the 3rd century horses were exported from India to the Malayan Peninsula and Indo-China, an indication that there must have been ships of considerable size.
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When the Chinese Buddhist scholar Fattein return from India around AD 400 he embarked on a ships which carried more than 200 sailors and merchants and which therefore must have been larger than the ships of Columbus and early Spanish explorers. ""Ships of that size able to cross the Indian Ocean and the China Sea with their dangerous cyclones could certainly cross the Pacific as well. "According to French and British historians the Hindus excelled in the art of constructing ships and for centuries the British and the French borrowed from the Hindus many improvements in the naval architecture.
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""In ancient times the Indians excelled in the art of constructing vessels, and the present Hindus can, in this respect, still offer models to Europe, so much so that the English, attentive to everything which relates to naval architecture, have borrowed from the Hindus many improvements which they have adopted with success to their own shipping. The Indian vessels unite elegance and utility, and are models of patience and fine workmanship."" (Les Hindus- P. 181).

""Indian vessels are so admirably adapted to the purpose for which they are required that, notwithstanding their superior science, Europeans were unable, during an intercourse with India for two centuries, to suggest or to bring into successful practice one improvement." (Sir John Malcolm, Journal of Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. 1)
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The fact that the Hindus were capable of sailing to far off countries like Mexico and Peru is proved by the official historian of Mexico, who in his book published by the Mexican Foreign Office.
""Those who first arrived on the continent later to be known as America were groups of men driven by that mighty current that set out from India towards the east.""

The U. S. Ambassador Miles Poindexter states in his book The Ayar-Incas that primitive Aryan words and people came to America especially from Indo-Arya by the island chains of Polynesia. The very name of the boat in Mexico is a South Indian (Tamil) word: Catamaran.
After 17 years of research I can now claim to have proved my theory of Hindu colonization of America. The stones in every corner of America speak of Hindu influences.
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Let us begin with the Aztec calendar known as the Aztec Chakra of the Hindu Astronomers. It is the foundation stone of Hindu culture in America. The ancient Americans believe in the four Hindu ages (Yugas or cycles). This Aztec calendar (of Hindu origin) depicts the Hindu ages of the world. Mackenzie, author of Myths of Pre-Columbian America, says, ""The doctrine of the world's ages (Hindu Yugas) was imported into pre-Columbian America. The Mexican sequence is identical with the Hindus. It would be ridiculous to assert that such a strange doctrine was of spontaneous origin in different parts of old and new worlds. The very sculpture of the Sun in this calendar bears the imprint of India.
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Game of Pachisi

Witness the complicated game of Pachisi as it is played in India and Mexico. Seventy years ago Edward Taylor pointed out that the ancient Mexican game of Patolli was similar in its details to the game of Pachisi played in India and the whole region of Southern Asia. "It seems clear," he wrote, "that the Mexican game must have come from Asia." Subsequently Stewart Culin showed that even the cosmic meaning of the Mexican game, its relation to the four quarters of the world and to the calendars ascribed to them was essentially the same as in Pachisi. Dr. Kroeber, leading anthroplogist of California, observes that "the mathematical probability of two games invented separately, agreeing by chance in so many specific features, is very low. The close correspondence between the rules of the two games indicates a real connection. Dr. Robert Heine Geldern, the famous anthropologist of Vienna, and Dr. Gordon F. Ekholm have now presented enough evidence to support the thesis that Americans had definite cultural links with the people of South-East Asia at least 2000 years ago.
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The Lotus Motif Lotus is one of the most sacred symbols of India. Hinduism is essentially embodied in the lotus. One of the most frequent motifs of early Indian art is the lotus plant. The same kind of lotus motif occurs in America at Chichen Itza (Mexico) as a border in the reliefs of the lower room of the Temple of the Tigers. "It is certainly remarkable that in India as well as in Middle America, the rhizome, a part of the plant not normally visible because it is submerged and deeply buried in mud should have been the basic element of a whole motif and, moreover, be stylized in the same unrealistic manner as an undulating creeper. The two learned anthropologists are definitely of the view that " such a combination of highly specific details cannot be accidental. It suggests the existence of some kind of relationship between Maya art and not only Buddhist art in general but the school of Amravati of the 2nd century AD in particular."

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The most obtrusive factor in the customs and beliefs of the Maya civilization according to experts is unquestionably Indian. Maya architecture bears unmistakable seal of Hindu architecture as you can see from the picture of Maya palaces and temples. Atlantean figures appear in India in the 2nd century BC. They played an important role in Indian art and are found even on very recent Siamese temple. In America they can be seen at Thula in Central Mexico and Chichen Itza. Gods and ceremonial figures standing on crouched human figures are found in India from the 2nd century BC onwards. In Central America they occur in many Maya sculptures, especially at Palenque. From Sanchi to Central America the pattern is similar.
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American born Swami B. V. Tripurari asks, "What mysterious psychological law would have caused Asians, and Americans to both use the umbrella as a sign of royalty, to invent the same games, imagine similar cosmologies, and attribute the same colors to the different directions?"
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Egyptian Royal Boat


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Egyptian Royal Boat

Hindu Royal Boat


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Egyptian War Boat


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Snake Boat, Kerala, India


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Egyptian Cremation Urn


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Hindu Cremation Urn

SHAPES OF INDIAN TEMPLES

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SHAPES OF INDIAN TEMPLES

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Smaller Step Pyramids made of bricks or smaller stones preceded the huge pyramids that Egypt is famous for today.
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The Buddhist Stupas of India are mausoleums. Next. note the different shapes of Indian Stupas and its construction using bricks. Same technique is used in Egyptian step pyramids. Egyptian pyramids are also mausoleums of Pharaohs.

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Sun Temple, Kanark, Luxor, Egypt

Sun Temple, Konark, Orissa, India


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Sun Temple, Kanark, Egypt

Ganesha East Java, Majapahit Hindu Empire


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Sun God in Sun Temple, Sun God in Sun Temple, Konark, India Indian Origins of Satanic Religions Kanark, Egypt

Entrance to Sun temple, Konark, India

Entrance to Sun temple, Kanark, Egypt

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EGYPT

INDIA

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Complex design and advanced carving techniques used in sculpture of VishnuLaxmi/Shiva-Parvati in India viz-a-viz Osiris-Isis in Egypt
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Hindu Tulsi worship

Altar in Tel-Sheva Israel


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Hindu Calf and Cobra

Egyptian Ram and Cobra


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Nandi (bull) seen in front of Shiva Temples

Ram (sheep) seen in front of Egyptian Indian Origins of Satanic Religions Temple at Naga, Sudan

Snake coiling Shiva linga in Lepakshi, India

Snake coiling Shiva linga in Petra, Jordan

Located in southwest Petra on the trail to Aarons Tomb, this huge monolith, one of the oldest in Petra, is carved in the shape of the lower coils of a giant snake.
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Shiva linga in Petra, Jordan

Note: Crescent moon on top of Shiv Linga (Djinn blocks) in Petra, Jordan
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Located below the High Place of Sacrifice on a level area are two obelisks about seven metres tall. They are cut from the bedrock and stand 30 metres apart on a perfect east/west alignment. The function of these obelisks is not known although they are thought to represent the two main male and female Nabataean deities, Dushara and al-Uzza.
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Reminiscent of Ptolemaic Egypt, the Obelisk Tomb (named after the four obelisks that decorate its upper storey) sits above the Bab al-Siq Triclinium. The two appear to be unrelated as they are dated from different periods and are not vertically aligned. Some scholars suggest that the Tomb may be dated by an inscription on the opposite side of the track to the reign of Malichus II in the mid-first century A.D.
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Ruins of Shivta Horvot Byzantine.


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Ajanta Cave, India. One of the many rock cut temples and viharas of India. Khasnet Faraoun, Petra. Rock cut treasury of Nabataeans
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Badami, Karnakata, India

The expertise and skill to make rock cut caves spread to all parts of the world from India
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The Incense Route, through Madain Saleh, Saudi, is one of the most ancient and important highways in the world. It was once a rival to the Silk Road, was the lifeblood of the countries that traded with India.
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1. Ajanta Caves, India 2. Petra Caves, Jordan 3. Madain Saleh, Saudi Arabia

Rock cut caves were first tried and tested by Indian kings. This was passed on to other nations through the Silk Road. There are hundreds of rock cut caves in India of unparalleled perfection and Indian Origins of Satanic Religions engineering skills.

No where else in the world do they have artisans who can do such wonder with stone.

No nation can claim to have such a history or has a continuity in tradition of creating such marvels even today.
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Barabar Cave, Bihar, India

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The machine cut finish of Sudama cave and Barabar Caves in Bihar, India, is still a mystery.

A rock cut chamber in Madain Saleh, Saudi Arabia.


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The intricacy and perfection of stone sculptures such as this Darpana Sundariin Belur, Karnataka, India hints at the master sculptors of the world and their engineering feat.

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Egyptians wrapped their mummies in cotton muslin imported from India, like Hindus who wrap their dead before cremation.
"It is testified by Herdotus, Plato, Salon, Pythagoras, and Philostratus that the religion of Egypt proceeded from India."
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India

Natural dye paintings

Egypt

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Mayan Mural
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Egyptian Mural
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Maya Murals Bonampak in Chiapas, Mexico


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Sun Dial or Obelisk of Sun God Ra in Egypt


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Obelisk, Bihar, India

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Obelisk Teli Ka Mandir Gwalior

Golden Idols of Gods Egypt


India

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Indian Pickle Jar

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Egyptian

Undersea ruins in the Gulf of Khambhat (Dwaraka) or Gulf of Cambay

Giza Sphinx Egypt

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Ashoka pillar with lion heads, India. Lotus pillar mounted with lion heads Egypt.
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In the Egyptian story the Sekti of Heliopolis pounded the didi in a mortar to make "the giver of life, which by a simple confusion might be identified with the goddess herself in her capacity as "the giver of life ". This seems to have occurred in the Indian legend. Lakshmi, or Sri, was born at the churning of the ocean.

Like Aphrodite, who was born from the sea-foam churned from the ocean, Lakshmi was the goddess of beauty, love, and prosperity.
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The seven-headed dragon and seven Hathors.


In Southern India the people worship Seven Mari deities, all sisters. All the seven sisters are regarded vaguely as sisters of Siva." Goddess Kallamma is represented by seven brass pots. The seven brass pots represent seven sisters or the seven virgins found in Tamil shrines.
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Lord Shiva
Apedemak Three lion-headed four-handed God of Nubia
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Those anthropologists who until yesterday completely denied any contact between ancient America and Asia are much perturbed today to find that their so-called 'cross' of Palenque (Mexico) is no longer a cross but an exact copy of the Hindu Tree of Life on Mount Meru (Sumeru), the mythological centre of the world. A representation of the Hindu Tree of Life is presented in a shadow play from Java. This depicts the Hindu celestial tree on Mount Meru. This Javanese specimen and the so-called Mexican cross have the same demonic figure in the centre and branches of the tree are clearly visible even to a layman. Javanese specimens are of course recent but the fact that the motif appears in an already highly conventionalised among the reliefs of Angkor Vat in Cambodia about the middle of the 12th century indicates that it must be of considerable antiquity. We find stairways flanked by serpent-balustrades in South-East Asia and Middle America. The use of half columns flanking the doors and of groups of small columns set in panels in characteristic of Cambodian architecture. Highly similar combinations appear in certain Maya buildings.
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After the Spanish conquest, the first Bishop of Mexico, Juan de Zumarraga, burned all the records of the Library of Texcoco in Tlateloco market square as "the work of the Devil," and religious fanatics destroyed temples and statues.

Fray Diego de Landa, the second Bishop of Yucatan, following the pattern, reduced the Maya Library in Yucatan to ashes in 1562. Bishop Diego da Landa burnt a huge bonfire of valuable documents and nothing but the three codices of 'Chilam Balam' could survive the holocaust....
It was Landa that gave the orders for all the Mayans to bring all manuscripts to the public squares in Mani to be burned. All these books contained what would now be priceless information on astronomy, medicine, religion, and philosophy. The burning of manuscripts continued for decades. Soldiers were encouraged to ransack palaces, public buildings, and private houses to find manuscripts.
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Pablo Jose de Arriaga, the head of the Jesuit College in Peru, in almost unparalleled fanaticism, caused the systematic and wholesale destruction of all state archives, customs records, royal and imperial archives, codes of laws, temple archives, and historical records. Less than a score of manuscripts escaped annihilation. These libraries contained records of ancient Vedic history, medicine, astronomy, science, religion, and philosophy.
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Mayan Temple at Copan, Honduras


is similar to Sirpur Surang Tila palace temple, W.Bengal
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Kukulkan Pyramid in Chichen-Itza or El Castillo

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Candi Sukuh is a 15th-century Javanese-Hindu temple

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Indonesia

Mexico
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Mayan Sun God

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Elephants in America?
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Mayan

Theyyam, Kerala, India

K'inich Yax K'uk' Mo', Tomb of the 7th century king Smoke Imix, Copan
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Indian Mayan

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Elephant sculpture In Mexico


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Hazara Ramachandra Temple, Hampi, India

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Mayan Goddess of Maize


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SACRED FEMININE
Note the similarity in hand position of Hindu Goddesses and the Mayan Goddess of Maize Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

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Lama, Peru

Horse, India

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Palenque, Tikal, Mexico

Baksei Chamkrong Ankor Wat


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Mexican Temples

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Temple entrance India


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India

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Mexico

DIAGRAMS ILLUSTRATING THE FORM OF COWRY-BELTS WORN IN (a) EAST AFRICA (b) OCEANIA (c) ANCIENT INDIAN GIRDLE (FROM THE FIGURE OF SIRIMA DEVATA ON THE BHARAT TOPR.), CONSISTING OF STRINGS OK PEARLS AND PRECIOUS STONES, AND WHAT SEEM TO BE (FOURTH ROW FROM THE TOP) MODELS OF COWRIES. (d) THE COPAN GIRDLE (FROM FIG. 19) IN WHICH BOTH SHELLS AND HEADS OF DEITIES ARE REPRESENTED. THE TWO OBJECTS SUSPENDED FROM THE BELT BETWEEN THE HEADS RECALL HATHOR'S SISTRA.
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Sanchi stupa Bhopal

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Mexico

Mexican Temple similar to Sirpur Surang Tila palace temple in India


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Nubian Pyramids
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Nubia, Sudan

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Candi Sukuh, Indonesia

Pylon of the Temple of Isis-Egypt

Buddha Wat Mahathat Temple, Sukhothai, Thailand


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Candi Sukuh, Indonesia

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Marae Mahaiatea, Tahiti. This drawing comes from the 1799 book The Voyage of McDuff.

South Sumatra Megalith

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Pyramids of Gmar, Tenerife (Spain)

Ancient Korean tomb in Ji'an, China.

Besakih, Bali

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Step Pyramid, Egypt

Phimeanakas pyramid temple at Angkor Thom , Cambodia


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Phimeanakas pyramid temple at Angkor Thom , Cambodia Hindu temple in the Khleang style, built at the end of the 10th century, during the reign of King Rajendravarman II , then rebuilt by King Suryavarman II in the shape of a three tier pyramid as a Hindu temple. On top of the pyramid there was a tower.
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Shankaracharya Temple, Sri Nagar


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Shankaracharya Temple, SriNagar Very ancient Shankaracharya Temple, Sri Nagar. The temple was originally built by Sandiman, who reigned in Kashmir from 2629 to 2564 BC. It was repaired by King Gopaditya (426 365 BC) and by King Lalitaditya (697734). The temple is located on the summit of the same name, and is overlooking the town of Srinagar. The temple was visited by the Adishankaracharya and has ever since been associated with him. Furthermore, it is regarded as being sacred by Buddhists, who call the mandir "Pas-Pahar.
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Stepped Upali Burj, ancient Naldurg Fort, Maharashtra


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Stepped design of temples are similar in

Indonesia, Spain Egypt, Mexico China, & India


DO YOU THINK THEY ALL WERE BUILT IN SPLENDID ISOLATION?
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Tortoise sculpture in Mexico


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Candi Sukuh, Indonesia

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Sculpture of Kurma avatara (tortoise incarnation of Vishnu) Garhwa, Allahabad


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Eagle, Candi Sukuh - Indonesia


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Garuda Belur - India

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Egypt

Hindu Vishnu on eagle (Garuda) In Ancient Egypt, the falcon was the symbol of Horus

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Gandaberunda -The mythological bird with two heads, royal emblem of the WodeyarsIndian Origins of Satanic Religions

Eastern European country Albania has this bird in its national flag. Byzantine emblem, freemaon, Great Seal of USA, Russian Roubles and Kopeks have the same insignia.

Hittite temple carving in Turkey


History of Hittites is closely related to Mitanni and Zoroastrianism. Zoroastrianism is very closely related to Aryan culture and the Holy Vedas
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Eagle Monument, Petra, Jordan


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Mexico

Candi Sukuh - Indonesia


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Indonesia

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Mexico

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Complex design and advanced carving techniques used in sculpture of Lord Narasimha in India

New Zealand (Maori) Wood Carvings depicting Narasimha

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Qing Lion Forbidden City, China


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Lord Narasimha

Rosslyn Chapel Scotland

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Makara from Amaravati and makara from Chichen Itza

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Indus figurine with side buns

Hopi women of Pueblo culture


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India Mexico
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Machu Picchu, Peru


Shani idol, India

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Stone structure-India. Note the complexity in arrangement.


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Ankor Wat

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Stone structure-Peru. Note the complexity in air-tight packing.

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Stone pillars - Inca


India
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Most complex music stone pillars, Hampi, India


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Machu Picchu, Peru

Kerala, India
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Mayan Indian

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New Zealand (Maori) Tribal Boats These boats were used for tribal warfare
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Snake boats, Kerala, India, used earlier for warfare between local chieftains
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Maori boat war ritual

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Maori boat war ritual

Kerala Snake boat war ritual


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Maori war boat front tip


Kerala snake boat front tip
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Besakih, Bali

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In reading descriptions of the palace and court of the Astec emperors of Mexico, any one familiar with South-East Asia cannot fail to be reminded of the courts of Burma, Siam and Cambodia. The same applied to the form of government. Thus the institution of four chief officials in Mexico and Peru corresponds to the four ministers of state and Governors of the four quarters of the Kingdom in Hindu Buddhist empires of South-East Asia. In both cases this institution is based on cosmological principles. This indicates similar pictorial story of the Hindu Buddhist origins in the field of art, religious architecture, government, kingship, cosmology and mythology proves close cultural contacts between ancient India and countries of South-East Asia with the countries of Central and South America. Dr. Robert Gelern and Dr. Ekholm have come to the following conclusion: "The large number of highly specific correspondences in so many fields precludes any responsibility of mere accidental coincidence nor would it help us to take refuge in any kind of explanation based on some alleged psychological laws. There is no psychological law which could have caused the peoples on both sides of the Pacific to stylize the lotus plant in the same manner and to make it surge from the mouth of a jawless demon's head, to invent the parasol and use it as a sign of rank and to invent the same complicated game (Pachisi). There is no explanation other than the assumption of cultural relationship. We must bow to the evidence of facts even tough this may mean a completely new start in our appraisal of the origin and development of the American Indian higher civilizations.""
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Similarity between Indus Valley & Easter Island Scripts

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..more comparison of Indus Valley and Easter Island script


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..more comparison of Indus Valley and Easter Island script


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Most of you in India are familiar with the Charak Puja ceremonial observed in Bengal and several States in South India. This Hindu Ceremonial also observed in Mexico historian call it the mexicon and peru. The Spanish Valador ritual. A relief of Bayon central temple of Angkor Thom in Cambodia represents a rite similar to the Mexico Valador. The use of parasol (Chhatra) is an age-old sign of royalty and rank in India, Burma, China and Japan. The Maya Astec and the Incas also used it as a sign of royalty. Frescoes of Chak Multum in Yucatan show two types of parasols both of which correspond to types still in use in South-East Asia.
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The Ayar Rulers The use of throne, the litre and of fans mounted standard like on long poles as insignia of rank and royalty in the countries of Central and South America bears the strong imprint of India. It may be observed here that the last Ayar ruler of Peru was carried in his palanquin on the day the Spaniards invaded Peru. His turban with the plume and his Mudra of the hand are unmistakable proofs of his Hindu origin. His four Ranis performed Sati after he was murdered by the Spaniards. A hundred Ayar rulers ruled Peru. The Mexican national throne preserved in the National Museum of Mexico bears the typical Hindu Buddist disc of the Sun. The Mexicans also had the Hindu Simhasan (Lion throne). A scene of Buddha-Sangh as preserved in a relief temple in Java has its parallel in the famous pyramid temple in Piedras Negras, Guatemala. This is the finest piece of Maya sculpture in America. It has no real incidence in Maya Arts history but it does have a remarkable similarity to a number of ""Life of Buddha reliefs"" of the Boro Budur in Java. There is no way of knowing what the subject matter of the American relief might be, but the composition with the placing of the figures on several levels is very similar to the one in Java.
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Maori Warboat Parking

Kerala Snakeboat Parking


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Images of Gods India has the reputation to be the land of gods but Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Bolivia and Honduras had more gods and richer temples than we had in India at any time. Shiva, Ganesha, Indra, the Sun, Hanuman, Vishnu and his tortoise incarnation (Kurma Avatar) were some of the Hindu gods worshipped in central and South America. I present to you the galaxy of our Gods preserved in the museums of America. Here you can see Shiva, Ganesha and even his rat from the Inca mythology in Peru, Ganesha from the temple of Diego Riviera in Mexico City, various images of Hanuman and Shiva from the Guatemala Museum, Shiva Linga from Vera Cruz in Mexico City. The Mexican Vishnu in spite of his Mexican features can be easily recognized from the mace (Gada) and Chakra that he holds in his two hands. The image of Vishnu's tortoise incarnation preserved by the United Fruit Line in the museum at Quiragua, Guatemala, is the greatest puzzle for anthropologists. They have named this image as the Turtle Stone although any one familiar with Hindu mythology can see that it is Vishnu's Kurma Avatar (Tortoise incarnation). Indra is preserved in the Mexican National Museum as well as Vaman Avatar called the Diving God. There are two images of this Hindu God, one from Bali and the other from Mexico.
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Hindu Rituals The largest temple in Mexico City was the temple of Lord Shiva, the War God of the Mexican whom the Spanish invaders found entwined by golden snakes. This temple was built in the 15th century and had 3000 Deva-Dasis to perform religious ceremonials. The Mexican temple had the Gopuram style. Here you see a reconstruction of the same after it was destroyed by the Spaniards. The temples at Tikal in Mexico also bore the imprint of our famous temple at Madura. No wonder E. G. Squire in his American archaeological researches in 1851 wrote: "It is believed a proper examination of these monuments would disclose the fact that in their interior structure as well as in their exterior form and obvious purposes these buildings correspond with great exactness to those of Hindustan and the Indian Archipelago. Sir Stamford Raflles wrote, "The great temple of Borobudur might readily be mistaken for a Central American Temple."

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Mayan game of Patoli

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""From child-birth to cremation and Sati the Astecs observed almost all Hindu rituals including the Gurukula system of education followed in India. The Incas of Peru with Ayar Brahman ancestry observed the sacred thread ceremony, the ear-piercing ceremony all other Hindu rituals and rigidly observed the caste systems of India. It is not without reason that the Spanish author Lopez says in his book Le Races Aryans de Peru : ""Every page of Peruvian poetry bears the imprint of Ramayana and Mahabharata.""

Sanskrit was the sacred language of the rulers and Quichua the language of Peruvians. The Aryo-Quichua vocabulary prepared by Lopez proves it.
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Mayan Zodiac

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Egyptian zodiac assigned to the second Hermes

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Zodiac from the centre of the ceiling of Denderah

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Christian Zodiac is copied outright from Hindu astrology signs and names
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The impact of Indian civilization on the Philippines profoundly affected the culture of the Filipinos. The Brahmanistic elements in ancient Filipino religion and the names of their gods and mythological heroes were of Indian origin. The term Bathala (supreme god of the ancient Tagalog) originated from the Sanskrit Bhattara Guru, meaning "the highest of the gods." The sarong ( skirt ) and potong (turban) of the pre-Spanish Filipinos and the embroidered shawls of the present-day Muslim Filipino women reveal Indian influences. The ancient Filipino alphabet originated from India. About 25% of the words in the Tagalog language are Sanskrit terms. Among such words are dala (fishnet), asawa (spouse), diwa (thought), puri (honor), lakambini (princess), and wika (language). Filipino literature and folklore show the impress of India. The Maranao epic Darangan is Indian in plot and characterization. The Agusan legend of a man named Manubo Ango, who was turned into stone, resembles the story of Ahalya in the Hindu epic Ramayana. The tale of the Ifugao legendary hero, Balituk, who obtained water from the rock with his arrow, is similar to Arjuna's adventure in Mahabharata, another Hindu epic.
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Many Filipino customs are of Indian origin. Among them are the following: #1. Placing a sampaguita flower garland around the neck of a visitor upon his arrival and departure as a symbol of hospitality and friendship; #2. Before marriage, a groom gives a dowry to the bride's parents and renders domestic services to his future in-laws; #3. Then the guests throw rice on the bride and groom after the wedding; #4. when a childless couple goes on a pilgrimage to a holy shrine, believing that the god of shrine will grant their prayer for fertility. #5. Another Indian influence is seen in the decorative art and metal work of the early Filipinos, and in their use of brass, bronze, copper, and tin. The boat-lute, a musical instrument in southern Philippines, is of Indian origin.
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Wheels in ancient tribal art in Wyanad Edakkal Caves

Wheels are mentioned in Mahabharata and Ramayana

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Seven rays in symbol of Freemasons

Seven spikes on crown in ancient tribal cave carvings in Wayanad, Kerala, India

Seven feathers in head gear of Red Indian warrior

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Krishna and Arjuna blowing Conch during Mahabharata war Nagaland Tribal Bull Horn

Israeli Jew blowing Shofar (rams horn)


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Indian tribal tattoo

Maori tribal tattoo

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Body piercing in India

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Body piercing Africa

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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

African and Indian tribes have similar styles of tattooing, bangles, bead work, necklace, earrings, hair dyeing.

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Upper arm bangles and dyed dress of Indian tribes

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Indian tribes in Nagaland have same dress and decorations as the African Zulu tribes
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Jaisamand Udaipur

Hypostyle Hall at Philae


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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

Humped Bull Indus Valley Similar to bull in Pompei


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The origins of English is from Aramaic script

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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

Sculpture of Buddha found in Tibet, made in meteorite stone. This statute was taken to Germany by Nazis because of the Swastika sign on the statue.
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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

The Rossyln church clearly says that the secrets are from India-as a whole section of the wall shows Indian Maize or Corn, which did NOT exist in that entire part of Indian Origins of Satanic Religions the world in 1440 AD.

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The rock-cut temples of Petra were built by the Nabtaeans sometime in the 3rd century BCE. The presiding god of Petra was Dushara, and his consort is often identified as AlUzza. The similarities between Dushara and Shiva indicate that they were the one and the same deity.
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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

Sheva is the "Hebrew" JoShua. "Ya's Shiva or one of the dual aspect gods Ya and Sheva. Shiva the Destroyer/JoShua the destroyer of cities. The biblical kingdom of Sheba (Hebrew: Shva) believed to be in present day Yemen, as well as the archaeological site of Shibham (Sanskrit: Shivam) located in Yemen, hint at the fact that entire kingdoms and cities were named after this deity.
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Old Walled City of Shibam Yemen.


Shibam (Arabic: ( )often referred to as Shibam Hadhramaut) is a town in Yemen.

The houses of Shibam are all made out of mud brick and about 500 of them are tower houses, which rise 5 to 11 stories high, with each floor having one or two rooms Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

1. Both Shiva and Dushara are represented by square or rounded blocks of stone. 2. Their symbolic animal is a bull 3. Dushara is associated with the Shara mountains to the north of Petra while Shiva is associated with the Kailash mountains to the north of India. 4. Both of them were associated with serpents.

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5. Shiva has a crescent-shaped moon in his locks while stone representations of Dushara (i.e. a baetyl) depict a crescentshaped moon above the baetyl. 6. The layout of the altar of Dushara, at the Place of Sacrifice in Petra, is exactly similar to that of a Shiva Linga. 7. The Nabtaeans made sacrifices to Dushara and anointed the stone block with the blood of the sacrifice. A Shiva Linga is also ritually anointed with red kumkum powder.
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8. Dushara's consort was Al-Uzza who was a goddess of power and was symbolized by a lion. Shiva's consort is Durga who rides a lion. 9. The Nabataean goddess triad of Al-Uzza, Al-Lat and Manat are strikingly similar to the triad of Vedic goddesses - Lakshmi, Saraswati and Kali - who are still worshipped at the Vaishno Devi temple in Jammu.
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Yoni Linga, India

Yoni Linga, Petra. Jordan

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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

The rock cut monuments of Petra were built during the same time as the incredible rock-cut temples of Ajanta, India, sometime during the 3rd-2nd century BCE. Both cities lay on the Silk route connecting India and China with the western world. Buddhist missionaries and Indian traders travelled along this route, carrying Indian philosophies to the Mediterranean.
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It is extremely improbable that two ancient cities located on the Silk Route, and worshipping deities that are culturally related, would happen to build some of the finest rock-cut temples of the world at around the same time, without having any cultural contact between them. Petra and Ajanta must be connected; and since the rock-cut architecture of India represents the highest achievements of engineering and aesthetics of that period, it can be supposed that the Silk Route acted as a conduit for the westward transfer of rock-cut architectural skills, across the Arabian Peninsula, during the 3rd 2nd centuries BC.
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The intriguing question is, how did the Nabataeans suddenly acquire and master the technological and architectural sophistication necessary to execute the rock-cut monuments of Petra? Achieving such a level of finesse and perfection in rock-cut architecture takes generations.

In the few centuries before Petra was established the Nabataeans had not constructed a single house in the desert, let alone grand temples.
The technology for building these rock-cut monuments came through Silk Route from India.
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Israel and Arabia was very well connected to India much before the origins of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism.
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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

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Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

Indian Origins of Satanic Religions

Below is shown how the Nabatean goddesses are linked to Cybele and Ishtar

Pagan images from the Hejaz (the western edge of the Arabian Peninsula) which included Mecca and Medina. The most important local goddess in Mecca was the earth goddess Cybele, to whom pre-Islamic Meccans turned for assistance before important decisions and actions. And by "turned" means, visiting her idol in the Ka'bah or, at least, turning to face in the direction if the person was unable to physically visit the idol. This turning in the direction of Cybele is the origin of the Islamic Qiblah, i.e., facing toward Mecca during prayer, (= Arabic: salih).
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The Sun King Akhenaten of Egypt (ruled 1352-1336 BC according to the mainstream view) was the son-in-law to Dasharatha, the Mitanni king of North Syria, through the queen, Kiya. (The name Dasharatha is spelled Tushratta in the Hittite cuneiform script, which does not distinguish between 'd' and 't' very well. Some have suggested that the Sanskrit original is Tvesharatha, having splendid chariots.) Letters exchanged between Akhenaten and Dasharatha have been found in Amarna in Egypt and other evidence comes from the tombs of the period that have been discovered in excellent condition. The Mitanni ruled northern Mesopotamia (including Syria) for about 300 years, starting 1600 BC, out of their capital of Vasukhani (Wassukkani = a mine of wealth.) Their warriors were called marya, which is the proper Sanskrit term for it.

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In a treaty between the Hittites and the Mitanni, Indic deities Mitra, Varuna, Indra, and Nasatya (Ashvins) are invoked. A text by a Mitannian named Kikkuli uses words such as aika (eka, one), tera (tri, three), panza (pancha, five), satta (sapta, seven), na (nava, nine), vartana (vartana, round). Another text has babru (babhru, brown), parita (palita, grey), and pinkara (pingala, red). Their chief festival was the celebration of vishuva (solstice) very much like in India. It is not only the kings who had Sanskrit names; a large number of other Sanskrit names have been unearthed in the records from the area. The Vedic presence via the Mitanni in Egypt and the Near East occurs several centuries before the exodus of the Jews. This presence is sure to have left its mark in various customs, traditions, and beliefs. It may be that this encounter explains uncanny similarities in mythology and ritual, such as circumambulation around a rock or the use of a rosary of 108 beads.
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Humanity has its origins from an African Mother.

Religion has its origins from an Indian Text.


We are all children of same god. So beware of those who say humanity and spirituality have no common origin. Ponder over the similarities and facts between different cultures, across continents. Break down the man-made walls that has separated humanity.

Abandon teachings of men that keeps men perpetually at war with men, just to maintain exclusivity of that teaching.

Wake up!!!
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