Crystal Skull Bridge & Strange Lingams in River – Kbal Spean, Cambodia

Hey guys, today we are at a very special place called Kbal Spean in Cambodia. As you can tell, this is a very remote place, but there are some very interesting Hindu artifacts found underwater. We are in the deepest part of the jungles of Cambodia. But there are remnants which are more than 900 years old in this area, and they are found underwater, so we are going to try and find them today. So, let’s go.

I had previously shown you underwater lingams at a place called Phnom Kulen, this place is about 40 kilometers from there.  I am trying to decode the meaning of these underwater lingams and why ancient builders made carvings on the river beds in these remote mountains. I find it very intriguing that there are 2 sites which have ancient underwater carvings side by side. What could be the meaning of this?

I have been walking for more than 45 minutes now, I have been walking uphill. You can see how dark this entire area is, well, it  is 2 o clock in the afternoon. There is bright sunlight, but with all these trees, you can see that even sunlight cannot pass through, because we are in the middle of a jungle. And we still have to walk for more than an hour to reach these ancient Hindu sites. So I am gonna keep walking.

So we have reached the top of Kbal Spean mountain. We can find some very interesting stone carvings here. Now what does Kbal Spean mean? The word actually comes from Kabala, meaning skull, in Sanskrit. And Spean means bridge in Cambodian. But I will show you Kbal Spean later, let us look at the carvings now.

And here we can see something fantastic. Look at this – this is beautiful because this is not fully underwater. There is this huge lingam in the middle, and then, look around it, hundreds of lingams around this. Many of them are outside water. Look at this circular lingams coming out. And some of them are inside water. And you can see this huge pattern, carved in the stream. Something is strange about this central lingam. Because it is not one lingam, it is five lingams. There are 5 small lingams, set up in the middle and around it there is like a rectangular groove coming out. And there are 4, no there are 8 lingams. And there are 8 smaller lingams outside, do you see them? It is amazing to see. We are gonna have to decode this. Why did ancient builders create these amazing carvings underwater 1000 years ago? People will say it is simply for religious purposes, but there must be a scientific reason behind this. And we need to find out why they did it. Let’s go further.  More lingams, this entire river bed, possibly made of sandstone, has been completely carved. You don’t even see like a normal, flat river bed anymore, everything you see is full of these protruding lingams. All of them are lingams. I have been climbing this mountain for more than an hour now, and I find at the top of the mountain, underwater, thousands of lingams, look you don’t even see a flat surface. This is all lingams.

There are 2 types of explorations which can yield great results. The first one is exploring underwater, underwater footage can be very exciting to watch, I showed you lots of underwater footage in Phnom Kulen Mountain. The second one is exploring into the woods.

There is something very interesting here, this is a cave. This is a man made cave. Look at the perfect cuts, possible sign of painting. This would have been a perfect location for people to stay. More than a 1000 years ago, people would have stayed here. You can still see the base of a lingam. And you can see, even though Cambodia is about 85% Buddhist now, and not Hindu, people still pray here, you can see these incense sticks and the base of the lingam. It must be a sacred place. Let’s go and find more carvings.

This is not the only cave, inside the forest there are several small shelters. Perhaps ancient builders used structures like these for meditation. Places like these have a strange energy to them. When I explore more, I find more and more interesting structures. Here we can see this rock which is clearly cut into a complex shape. This has multiple Trapezoidal Cuts, and  this is deep into the woods. This piece is possibly, a part of the base of a temple. This means in this mountain, there should be Hindu temples hidden, waiting to be found.

Over here, what do you see? Now, this carving here, in the middle of nowhere, this was carved at least in 11th century, which means it is about 1000 years old. Look how beautiful this is, this is Vishnu, lying down and his consort Lakshmi, is basically at his feet. This is Vishnu, who is in a reclining posture, and you can see his consort Lakshmi, and Vishnu has this 7 headed Naga protecting him, and you can see the Naga’s tail. There should be more details here, there is another vishnu on that side, and you can see Brahma coming from his navel. Actually, I think the paint must have been a little bit fresh, you can see this white paint on Brahma, which was possibly made in the last few centuries. Nearby, look there, that is a broken lingam. It has this beautiful rectangular groove around it, the base, but the lingam, the cylinder, has been destroyed. This is amazing.

Remember the name of this place was Kbal Spean which means Skull Bridge? This is the skull bridge. This is not natural. This is man made, but look at the length of that rock, which connects this part and that part. And why do we call it the skull bridge? Where is that skull part? Let’s go over there and find out.

So we can see these round holes here, according to the locals, according to locals there used to be skulls, massive skulls placed inside these holes. This is how it got the name Kbal. So this is the Kbal Spean, the skull bridge, which connects these 2 corners.

Hinduism is very much related to Skulls known as Kapalas. Unfortunately, most of their Hindu history is forgotten by today’s Cambodians, so we don’t get more information. Remember I showed you the temple of crystal skulls in a different video. There is a Hindu sect called Kapaalikas in India, who use skulls for their rituals, and they are all worshippers of Shiva.

Here is a weird carving. One lingam in the center, surrounded by 8 lingams. This is called Navagraha Lingam. Navagraha are the 9 elements in Indian astrology.  Why did they carve these various types of Lingams on top of this mountain? What could be their purpose?

And here, the water is coming this way and look that is a massive lingam. The diameter must be at least 2 feet long. That is a huge lingam, and surrounding it, is a square base called Yoni. … It is positioned exactly at the center of the water flowing. Water has to flow through that lingam, before coming down. It is beautifully designed, at least 1000 years ago. But the question is why? It is beautifully designed at least 1000 years ago, but the question is: WHY?Why does the water have to flow through these lingams before going down from the mountain top?

Here is a rare carving of Lord Brahma. He is usually shown with 4 heads, in a sitting posture. The fourth head is at the back, of course. Isolated statues of Brahma are very rare. In India, there are almost no temples dedicated to Brahma, however in Cambodia, there are plenty of statues and temples for Brahma. Remember I showed you the carving of a Dinosaur, that temple is also dedicated to Brahma.

There are many rare carvings here. Here is Shiva riding a bull, these depictions are not very common. Also we can see plenty of Vishnus. This is typical Vishnu sleeping on a giant snake with his wife Lakshmi near him.

Here again, we can see 5 lingams in one yoni. One cylinder in the center, surrounded by 4 lingams within one square. It may look like a weird Cymatics pattern to you, but in Hinduism this is sometimes referred to as Panchabootha Lingam. 5 lingams represent 5 prime elements of nature: Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space. Now, compare the 5 lingams, and the layout of Angkor Wat. See how there is one central tower, surrounded by 4 towers. And see how everything is enclosed in a square. This is not a coincidence. But we are just beginning to understand how ancient builders worked.

Praveen Mohan

1000 Year Old UNDERWATER Lingams Found in Cambodia? Ancient Technology Revealed at Phnom Kulen

Even though we can see these lingams vaguely from outside, the real view can be obtained only if we get underwater and for the very first time and this has never been shot before, I am going to go underwater and show you how it feels.

Hey guys, today we are going up a mountain called Phnom Kulen in Cambodia. This place has many ancient lingams constructed underwater. So, let’s go take a look and see what this mountain has to offer.

We are at this place called Phnom Kulen Mountain; we are not at the ground level. There is a stream here, but there is something spectacular inside this stream. Look, do you see what this is? You see a rectangle inside a rectangle, inside a rectangle, inside a rectangle, inside a rectangle. Now you may wonder what this is. This is a lingam. Or at least, there used to be a cylindrical lingam in the center. Now it is gone. But that is not the only remarkable feature. And that is not even the only lingam, look. LOOK. the entire stream is full of lingams. You see there are lingams of various sizes, here there are smaller lingams and look over there, there is a huge rectangle there. These are all lingams carved underwater here in Cambodia.

And let us go into the water and see how these multiple lingams look. There is a square around another square, and in the center, there is a cylindrical protrusion. There are so many of them. This is a huge lingam, seems like it has some kind of mystical energy to it. This huge rectangle once must have had a cylindrical lingam inside, it is great to see how it looks underwater. Look we can even see fish swimming alongside the camera.

So even though we call this place Phnom Kulen Today, originally this place was called Sahasralinga, which means one thousand lingas. And this is not a misnomer, and this is not even an exaggeration. This is actually an understatement because we have more than one thousand lingams underwater if you look closely. If you See there, there is one huge rectangle, and you can see here, so many lingams. If you look all over the stream, we can see a lot of lingams, going all the way on both directions.

The name sahasralinga means one thousand lingas in Sanskrit, which used to be the main language here in Cambodia, more than a thousand years ago.

And people think these are randomly carved lingams on the river bed. But they are not! There is a pattern here. If you look carefully, you will see these carvings in squares. Now, here you can see one square, and you will see 8 rows of lingams, and 8 columns of Lingam, so you have 8 rows and 8 columns like a chessboard, and so you have a total of 64 lingams and you can see this much better in this panel on the right side, you can see these 64 lingams. Because they are actually coming out of the water, or at least partially coming out of the water. Now, what’s the secret to this number 64 right, why do these lingams have to be in groups of 64? Because there are 64 Bhairavas, there are 64 forms of Shiva, mentioned in Hinduism.

Let’s go (8 rows and columns of lingams) underwater and take a look at them. Each cylindrical protrusion is one lingam. Just imagine how fresh and perfect these lingams must have looked at the time they were carved.

When we casually look at this rectangle within the rectangle within the rectangle, we don’t understand anything, people just assume that this is a fancy lingam. But there is something bizarre about this, this is the model of Angkor Wat, the largest Hindu temple in the world, which is located about 25 miles from these carvings.

If we compare them, it is shocking because the aerial view of Angkor Wat temple is built as a rectangle within a rectangle within a rectangle matches perfectly with this carving. This groove which is carved like a connection between the rectangles, is actually a bridge that connects 2 rectangles in Angkor Wat temple.  And there is yet another weird connection between Angkor wat and this Mountain. Where did all the stones of Angkor Wat come from? They were cut from this mountain. This mountain is now known as Phnom Kulen, but originally this entire mountain was called Mahendraparvata, meaning the Mountain of the Lord Indra. They have found a 1200-year-old inscription confirming this original name.

And here you can see underwater, a perfect square, and you see a lot of very interesting details. One, you see a circle in the center, and then there is another concentric circle surrounding it, like a weird cymatics pattern. Of course, like I told you 8 rows and 8 columns , but not all 8 rows have protruding lingams, you see, for example from the left, on the very first row, one two three, you have protruding lingams, and the four is just an empty hole and then again, one two, and the last 2 are just holes. We see the same pattern around, we don’t have all these lingams, we have these empty holes. Now, what is the mystery of this? And more importantly right, why were these thousand lingams carved underwater?

Cambodians who used to be Hindus more than a thousand years ago, believed that lingams have strange energy, and were capable of making everything fertile.

Now, why did they make these lingams, on top of this mountain, in the path of this stream? Of course, historians and archeologists will simply blame it on meaningless rituals followed by primitive people. But remember, there is always a reason behind everything.  Originally, Cambodia was just one big massive forest land, but ancient Hindus cleared them and made them into paddy fields, into rich rice fields. But simply clearing the forest, and planting crops were not enough to turn the land into rich rice fields. The water flowed from this mountain top into the fields, but the soil lacked fertility. It needed an additional ingredient, some unfathomable magical property. Hindus believe that Lingams have strange energy and if water runs through the lingam, it turns into a magic potion. This is why devotees still pour water on top of lingams today. This is why these thousands of lingams were carved on this path, because the water flowing through these lingams would reach the rice fields ensuring a great amount of rice.

Some people think that this place was completely dedicated to Shiva, because all these lingams represent Shiva.  But here, underwater, you see this amazing carving of Lord Vishnu, sleeping in the water. Look at his face, you see how he is sleeping. This is a huge carving of Vishnu inside the water.

Now remember, Vishnu is usually shown sleeping in the cosmic ocean. So it is very appropriate that he is carved underwater, you can see, he is resting on this huge multiheaded snake. And also look at this figure at his feet, this is Goddess Lakshmi, his wife. Now, let us go underwater, this is a closeup of Lord Vishnu’s face and You can even see a strange smile, a grin on his face. A lot of sediments have taken over this carving, because Cambodia switched from Hinduism to Buddhism many centuries ago, and these carvings were completely neglected for hundreds of years, but they are still in very good shape.

In certain angles, you can see very large squares, this is a huge square, possibly about 4 feet on each side and inside there is a Yoni, but the real view comes when you get in the water. Let us see if we can go into the water and see how this looks. Come.

How did they carve this underwater? Experts say that about a thousand years ago, when these lingams were carved, the water level was much higher, which means the sculptors have to go underwater, hold their breath and carve these lingams with chisels and hammers.  And there are documentaries which show that these lingams were carved below the water level. But there is a problem with this theory. Holding the breath is not a real problem right, you can even use hollow bamboo stems and breathe underwater for several hours, there are many tribes who still do this.

The real problem is using a chisel and hammer under water. Do you think you can use a hammer with enough force underwater? Have you ever tried to punch someone underwater, it is impossible, you will make a soft touch, because you cannot move your hand very fast. Even if you have not tried that, you have definitely seen in movies, what happens when someone shoots a bullet underwater. Even bullets slow down a lot in water.  Because water has a lot more density compared to air. To make a carving, you have to hit it hard. This is a bed rock, this is not soft. So, we have to agree that either ancient builders had superhuman strength or used advanced machining technology to carve underwater.There are a lot of secrets hidden in the water, and I am going to explore more.

Praveen Mohan

The Incredible Sculptures of Kachabeswarar Temple – Thirukachur

Hey guys, today let us take a look at this ancient temple called Katchabeswarar temple in a small town called Tirukachur.  This temple is said to be built around 8th century A.D and was rebuilt again in 16th century. This temple is known for its very weird carvings. For example here is  A very strange carving showing someone with a massive hunchback, this person’s back is almost bent at 90 degrees to the legs.  The person is walking using a stick, because it would be impossible to walk like this without a stick. Here is a figure standing on top of another figure. And look at this guy’s hairstyle. It looks like a native American headdress. If that’s his real hair, may be he is getting an electric shock? There are no fingers in his hand, He appears to have only half of this arm and is standing in a weird position. What does this mean? Here is another figure with a very large head dress. It is shown touching the ground.  In another pillar we can see Conjoined twin girls. They look very scary, with very glaring eyes and interesting facial features. Why do we see these carvings in a Hindu temple?

This temple basically  sits on a square piece of land of about 2 acres with a compound wall on all sides. Inside the walls, there is kind of an L shaped structure which houses the sanctum and other structures. You can see some towers sticking out of the flat roof.  The temple tank is situated outside the compound wall, it also belongs to the temple property. It is a gigantic tank, always full of water for Public use.

Gigantic wooden doors protect the main entrance.  The main entrance is made of a cube like structure  made of granite blocks. It is considered an original ancient structure from many centuries ago. This temple has been continuously renovated so you will see the a mixture of some new structures here and there.

As soon as we enter inside the temple, again we are drawn to the strange carvings. Here is a carving which shows a figure – half tortoise and half human – putting a flower on a lingam. Who is this figure? It is Lord Vishnu because you can  identify his tools and weapons. This carving tells us the story of how this temple was founded. The name of this type of Vishnu is called Karkada and this is why the lingam got the name Karchabeswarar.

In the same pillar, you can see another carving. Here is a man holding a ball like thing  on top of a lingam. What is going on here? Please let me know the answer in the comments section. Let us go into the chambers which house the deities. These are dark chambers where there is very little light. All these structures are made of granite and the walls are very thick. Look through these diamond shaped windows and you realize how thick the granite wall must be. On the ceiling in the main structure, I found a very strange carving. What is this? Why are they carved on the ceiling of the most important chamber? Are these merely fictional animals, or do these species exist in real life?Inside the sanctum, there is a small lingam which is known as Kachabeswarar. Locals consider it as a powerful lingam which emits divine radiation.  Outside the temple, there is a small building with several pillars. It has many interesting carvings on the the ceiling and pillars. Here is a horse man ready to throw  a spear and this horse, a male horse is shown stomping on the enemy, who is on the ground.

Look at this curious carving. Here we can see a lingam which is on a gigantic pedestal. There are 2 birds shown on either side of the lingam, and the bird on the left is shown touching the lingam while the bird on the right is shown looking at the lingam. What is the story behind this?

This is a scene from an ancient Indian story . On the left is a saint called Bhusunda who is in the form of a crow. In Tamil, he is known as Kaagabhujandar a saint who is said to be immortal. On the right of the lingam, is Lord Brahma, who is in the form of a Swan. According to Tamil Stories,  Lord Brahma transformed into a swan and tried to see the tip of the lingam and had failed. So he approaches Bhusanda, and asks him if he had seen the tip. This is that scene where they both meet.

Like this, there are many many strange carvings in this temple. They tell a lot of rare stories which you cannot see in other temples. So if you get a chance, do visit this small town called Tirukachur and explore this temple, it will be a visual treat for you.

Praveen Mohan

Shiva’s Cosmic Dance = Law of Nature? 1300 Year Old Secret Revealed!

Hey guys, I am at the ancient KailasaNathar temple in Kanchipuram, and today we are going to look at a strange feature, related to geometry and sacred number system hidden here. Let’s take a  look at this carving of Dancing Shiva. This is a brilliant carving done at least 1300 years ago, and you can see much of this carving has lost its paint. I have retouched this using photoshop, and now you can see it much better. Here, Shiva is shown with one foot placed firmly on the ground, and the other leg is bent with his knee resting on the ground, and the foot facing the sky. Shiva has put one arm on this foot, while his other arm is lifted above his head. Let us forget his other arms for now. But here is another carving on the other side of the temple, which is even more eroded. When I saw this I was shocked, because it shows the exact same dancing Shiva, but Here is the strangest part, this carving is flipped horizontally, like a mirror image of the 1st carving. In photoshop, I am flipping this original image now, and you can begin to see the accuracy of how they both match.

In the first carving, it is his left foot on the ground, and in the second carving, it is the right foot on the ground. All the legs and arms are flipped like this, like looking at yourself in the mirror, not the same, but laterally inverted. But Shiva has so many hands, one of them is holding a ring, another  is holding a weapon, all these details have to be mirrored.  First of all, this is not easy to carve, this is a sculpting marvel which would need machine like precision. Even to show it to you online, I am using software like photoshop, imagine I had to do it by drawing with my hands, I would have to be a good artist. Today, to carve something like this, we would need software and hardware, meaning machine high-tech machines and tools.

Second question, and the most important question is: Why? Why did they have to create this kind of laterally inverted, mirror image of a carving? What could possibly the purpose for going through such pains to create it? And the position of these 2 carvings are quite intriguing as well. They are not randomly placed, one is on the left side of the temple and the other is on the right side, as though they are trying to create a symmetry, especially something called “bilateral symmetry”

But let’s go to the level of cells  and see how this was created, right? Biologists will tell us, well there is one cell and then it multiplies into 2, we are going to see something very similar to this. But this is not mere multiplication right? It is mirrored for natural symmetry. This is very hard to explain. So, this is my right hand, and if I multiply it, and put  another hand right next to it, does it look like natural symmetry? No! It is multiplied by 2, it is even identical,  but it is not symmetrical, it actually looks weird, because it is not natural.

In order to make it symmetrical, I have to laterally invert this hand, l have to make a mirror image, which is what my left hand is, my left hand is a natural mirror image of my right hand. What you are looking at on screen, is actually a laterally inverted image placed next to my right hand, this is not my left hand, but you cannot tell the difference, unless you look at my “alien blood line” showing on my ring finger. Because this is what Nature is doing to all of us, it is creating a mirror image along a symmetrical point. This is extraordinary, and scientists are still debating over why this nature is doing this.

But this carving shows that ancient builders of India, were following the same laws that nature is using. They did not create 2 carvings which look identical. They created 2 carvings in mirrored fashion for natural symmetry. And ancient builders seem to have understood something much more fascinating. If you take a cell, that cell multiplies in mirrored fashion. So one cell multiplies into 2, 2 into 4, 4 into 8, 8 into 16 and so on.

If we study the geometry and symmetry of the Kailasanathar temple,  It has been designed using the same system.  Of course this is 1 temple, but it has 2 secret passages known as the gate of death and the gate of birth, on either side of the center point.  It has 4 towers on the outer walls in the 4 sided rectangle.  Has 8 pyramids around the main tower specifically designed to show 8 avatars Shiva. But it does not stop there, 8 times 2 is 16.  Inside the main chamber is a 16 faceted lingam with perfect angles of 22.5 degrees between each sides. Another classic example of “primitive” technology. 16 multiplied by 2, you get 32. There are 32 bulls or Nandhis placed all around the temple. Some are on the ground, some are on top of the wall, and some are just completely gone. 32 times 2 is the number 64, and there are 64 avatars of Shiva carved on these walls.

And it is very interesting to see something here,  even though we do have every avatar of Shiva carved at least twice in this temple, this carving, the one that shows the cosmic dance of Shiva, is the only carving that is laterally inverted. All other carvings are not mirror images. Why is this? How is this cosmic dance related to nature, and laws of nature?  Was the cosmic dance of Shiva laterally inverted, to make us understand about  bilateral symmetry? And also, how did ancient builders come up with such remarkable symmetry and geometry?

Praveen Mohan

Prototype of Kailasa Temple at Ellora Caves Discovered! 100% Proof – Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple

Hey guys, today, let’s take a look at this ancient temple known as Kailasa Nathar temple, located in a city called Kanchipuram in South India and I am going to show you some solid evidence of how this was the model for the famous Kailasa Temple in Ellora Caves. The Kailasa Temple in Ellora Caves has baffled all experts, because the entire temple is made of one solid rock and the rock cutting technology of going from top to bottom is simply unbelievable.  These 2 temples are 750 miles apart, but share some deep rooted connections.

When you look at the kailasanathar temple tower from the ground, it looks like a normal step pyramid. But when you look at it from the air, you realize that there is something strange about the design. It is not just a simple pyramid. There are 8 smaller pyramids attached from the outside to the large tower in the center. This is very different from most temples, most Hindu temples are just simple pyramids.

There is one other temple which also has smaller pyramids surrounding the larger stepped Pyramid in the center. And that is Kailasa Temple in Ellora caves. If you compare the 2 temples side by side,  you can see that there is striking similarity: there is one central tower, but both these temples have smaller towers around them.

And not just a number of towers okay, both have 8 smaller towers surrounding the large central tower. This cannot be a mere coincidence. If you look at the layout of both the temples., there is One main tower, surrounded by 8 smaller towers, and then there is a chariot like structure in the front. The two temples are not identical, but the basic blueprint is the same. There is a rectangular area left around the towers for people to walk around. And in the front, at the very entrance, they both have a smaller tower with an elevated level.

There is another similarity. In my last video, I showed you that the Kailasanathar temple has 56 chambers inside the compound wall, which were used for meditation, and when I checked the plan of Kailasa temple in Ellora caves today, I am shocked because it also has 56 chambers inside the compound walls. This plan is taken directly from Wikipedia, and yes they both have 56 chambers, which were all used for meditation. We know for a fact that this cannot be a coincidence.

But this video is not just about similarities in architecture, okay? The original names of both these temples are Kailasanatha. Even though the temple in Ellora Caves is now popularly known as Kailasa temple, the original name of it, is Kailasanatha, meaning the lord of Mount Kailash. So, both temples actually have the exact same name. And the central deity is Shiva in the form of Lingam, in both temples.  And what is the purpose of these 2 temples? Why were these 2 Kailasanatha temples built?

Nobody knows exactly why, but there seems to some deep rooted connection to Spirituality, to Human consciousness itself. Perhaps we could understand this by looking at the secret passages in these 2 temples. Both temples are designed with mysterious tunnels. In the Kailasa temple at Ellora Caves, there are some deep tunnels and at the end of them, there are rectangular holes cut at the very bottom. Some of them even go underground, but all these holes are impossible to crawl through, because they are too small for human beings.

In Kailasanathar temple in South India, there are 2 tunnels which also have rectangular holes at the bottom, and if you are fit, you can squeeze and crawl through these passages. One opening is called the Gate of Death and the other opening is called the Gate of Birth. Locals in Ellora Caves, believe there are similar gates in Kailasa temple as well and entering through a certain hole can take you to a different dimension. Some even claim that these portals are kept locked to prevent people from accessing them., because they contain the secret to rebirth and immortality.

Even though we are not able to fully understand the purpose of the passages, the fact that both these temples were designed with small rectangular tunnels, is quite intriguing.

Now, let’s take a look at the carvings in the walls of both temples. This is the Kailsanathar temple and you can see gigantic carvings of Shiva, adorning the walls. Each one tells a specific story of Shiva, here you can see him coming out of a Lingam. This is from the Kailasa Temple at Ellora Caves, telling the same story on its walls. This cannot be a mere coincidence. Here is a dancing Shiva in Kailasa Temple at Ellora caves, and here is a very similar carving of Dancing Shiva in Kailasanathar temple. So, it is crystal clear that one temple inspired the other temple, one temple was used a model for the other temple. So which one was built first?

And here is the real shocker. Mainstream archeologists claim that the Kailasanathar temple was built at least 50 years before the Kailasa Temple in Ellora Caves. Kailasanathar temple was built around 700 AD and Kailasa Temple was built around 755 AD. If this timeline is correct, the KailasaNathar temple in South India was the model, because it was built first, and it inspired the construction of the Kailasa Temple in Ellora Caves. In fact, locals believe that the Kailasanathar temple is the oldest Hindu temple in India, dating thousands of years earlier than these dates claimed by experts. Not to mention that the Kailasa Temple itself is shrouded in mystery and experts have not been able to explain the dates clearly. Archeologists and historians claim that these 2 temples were built by completely different rulers, who belong to completely different dynasties, and spoke completely different languages.

But even after the construction of both these temples, and even until the last few centuries, they have had an ongoing connection. The tower of Kailasanathar temple is still painted silvery white, to resemble the snow-clad Mount Kailash, which is said to be the home of lord Shiva. Do you know that originally , the Kailasa Temple at Ellora Caves was also painted with silvery white color? Even 2 centuries ago, it was repainted with the same silvery white paint, we can still see traces of this color in this temple. In ancient times, Both the temple towers gleamed with golden tone, on certain time of the day and had a mystical glow.

So what do you think? Was the Kailasa Temple in Ellora Caves modeled after Kailasanathar temple in South India? Or, are the timelines wrong? and  Kailasa temple in North India was built first and Kailasanathar temple was inspired by it?

Praveen Mohan

India’s Secret Space Travel Mission – Based on Ancient Vimana Technology?

Hey guys, today I am going to explore India’s recent space travel missions, and how the country’s current space technology is somehow deeply related to its ancient technology. Let us take a look at this video, this is from the Indian Space Research Organization known as ISRO and it shows the latest video of the Mars Orbiter Assembly. And here, look at the shape of this : This is a lingam which acts as a base to the entire assembly. This is the Payload structure, a very important part and why is it designed like a lingam? Compare this with the lingam we see in Indian temples, this is the main structure worshipped in most Hindu temples. It is considered a representation of Shiva, but nobody knows why this shape has been worshipped for thousands of years in India.

So, what does a lingam actually represent?  Think about this, we are planning to put a man on Mars in 2025, just 6 years from now. ISRO will be putting an astronaut inside a structure like this Lingam, and send it over to Mars. And then, an astronaut would come out of a lingam on the surface of Mars, right? Here is the shocking part: such carvings are already portrayed in ancient Hindu temples. Look how this astronaut is clearly coming out of a lingam. Look at how he is wearing an elongated helmet, this is a repeating motif and it is definitely not for beauty, this is a protective helmet, and of course you can see several wires around his body, and his tools and weapons are quite advanced. Who is this astronaut? It is Lord Shiva.  In Hinduism, this motif is called Lingodhbhava, ancient texts confirm that yes Shiva indeed came to earth from a planet called Shivalokha, and he comes out of a Lingam, a pod, a space pod very similar to what India has built now.

Is this a coincidence? Or is India recreating ancient technology based on ancient Indian texts? India has thousands of texts locked away, and the information we find in these texts is just insane. Look at this passage written 1000 years ago  “Inside the circular air frame, place the mercury-engine with its solar mercury boiler at the aircraft center. By means of the power latent in the heated mercury which sets the driving whirlwind in motion, a man sitting inside may travel a great distance in the most marvelous manner.” This is an exact translation from an ancient text called ‘Samarangana Sutradhara’. Undoubtedly, it is talking about a mercury vortex engine. Even more interesting, NASA is using mercury vortex engines, and now ISRO is also said to be developing mercury vortex engines.

Is it possible, that the Indian Government is actually trying to re-create ancient technology mentioned in Hindu texts? In recent years, India is undergoing rapid development in space research. In other countries, science is considered an antithesis of religion, but in India, religion shows up all the time in science. This is Nasa’s Apollo, the rocket taking off from the earth to reach the Moon. Nothing strange, right? But here is India’s latest launch of chandrayaan-2, to reach the moon. Is this a coincidence or is the entire launch modeled after Shiva’s Cosmic Dance? If you look at the similarity, this is just weird, is it a coincidence that this is designed like that? The same figure of Shiva’s Cosmic Dance is also placed on the site where the “God Particle” was produced. This is in Switzerland, where there is a Large Hadron Collider, and the God Particle is considered a breakthrough in science, where an elementary particle is produced by Quantum excitation. Shortly after the God Particle was made, The idol of Shiva’s Cosmic Dance was placed there. Nobody knows why. What is an Indian God doing in Switzerland?  How is this even related to the God Particle?

Perhaps we could come to a conclusion if we see what is going on inside the Large Hadron Collider, this is from  the particle accelerator. Look at this picture which shows how the God Particle is produced because of collisions between protons. This is very similar to the Cosmic Dance of Shiva.

Of course, the Large Hadron Collider itself may have been designed from ancient technology. In the temple of Ranakpur, there is something mind-boggling. On the ceiling, there is an identical carving of this collider, done many centuries ago, even though the Collider itself was only created very recently. Look at the similarity, this is just insane. Was the Large Hadron Collider, designed based on ancient knowledge?

Are Governments secretly decoding ancient Indian texts? In 1938, Hitler sent an expedition to examine ancient texts of India and Tibet. It is clearly established that the team copied many ancient manuscripts, and took this information back to Germany. During this time, Germany saw an extraordinary growth in technology, especially flight technology, like the making of the Nazi Bell. This device was a very advanced, it had UFO like flying technology.  Many have openly claimed that this device was a result of Hitler’s recreation of ancient technology of the Vimanas. The Vimanas are flying aircraft and spacecraft and their designs and capabilities are mentioned multiple times in Vedic texts.

But the question is, after the defeat of Germany in World War II, did this practice stop?  Or, are governments continuously trying to re-create lost technology mentioned in ancient texts?  Is India’s space mission somehow related to Space and Vimana Technology mentioned in these texts? Or is this all a mere coincidence?

Praveen Mohan

Is San Agustin Megalithic Site, a Hindu Temple? Ancient Aliens in Colombia

Hey guys, in the previous video I showed you how several ancient statues found in San Agustin archeological park, in Colombia, belonging to Hinduism. In this video, I am going to show you other statues.. like this one, and explain what they really are.

Let us take a good look at this statue. It is gigantic more than 10 feet tall, made of one solid block of stone and is rectangular in shape. The face is portrayed with fangs in its mouth and you can see it holding a small baby. What is the standard explanation for this statue?  Mainstream experts tell us they have no idea what this is, and some have even guessed that this represents a child-eating monster like deity. There are several statues found in this area, which look about the same. According to several experts , Pre-Colombian people who lived here thousands of years ago,

were primitive people who sacrificed children in order to please these monsters. These kind of demeaning explanations were given right from the start when the Spanish Conquistadors arrived in Colombia and the native culture seemed quite unexplainable them. Think about it, would human beings worship Child-eating monsters?

Let me tell you what is going on here. There is not only a face on the top of this statue, there is one on the bottom as well. Let us invert the statue and look at the face at the bottom. The face clearly depicts extreme pain. This woman is giving birth to a baby, this is why she is gritting her teeth and clenching her fist as tightly as possible, because of labor pain. This figure on top, the “Monster” is actually a doctor, who is helping the woman to deliver the baby. And sure enough, just like a modern day obstetrician, he is holding the baby upside down, this is standard medical practice, even today. How was I able to figure all this out?

Because this story is clearly recorded in ancient Indian texts. This God is known as Thayumanavar in Hinduism who helped women deliver healthy babies.  There are temples dedicated to him in India. For example there is a 6th century temple in a city called Tiruchy, where pregnant women still come from all over India to get this God’s blessings for smooth and easy delivery. In India, this God is typically shown holding a baby in his hands. This is an avatar of Lord Shiva, and in South India, ancient Shiva statues are portrayed with fangs, to show his ferocity. If you look at Kailasanathar temple which is 1300 years old, all Shiva statues are portrayed with fangs.

And this god, Thayumanavar is found carved with the same fangs, in many places around San Agustin in Colombia. This ancient site is called El Purutal and it has a statue where the original painting is still intact. The God looks quite fierce because of his fangs and is shown holding a baby. The Europeans who conquered the land and later unearthed these statues had no idea about these stories, and merely imagined that this was a monster who ate children. There is yet another detail on this statue which is quite fascinating. It has a crown made of several skulls, this is fantastic because we have seen the same details in many many Hindu carvings. I even showed you how some of the skulls had tiny hollows in them,  in a different video.

There is yet another form of Shiva which is also carved in San Agustin. Look at this statue: it is shown holding a severed head in one hand and a knife in the other hand.  These are specific avatars of Shiva called Bhairava, which are often shown with a severed head or a skull. Here is a typical ancient Bhairava statue from South India. Look at the severed head in one hand and a sword in the other hand. Now if you look carefully, you will notice a skull necklace worn by Shiva. Here is another statue of Bhairava also from South India, his sword has been broken,  but you can clearly see how he is holding a severed head and wearing a skull necklace and his face also shows fangs in his mouth. Now when the Bhairava cult moved to Nepal, look at how his iconography evolves. Bhairava looks much more fierce, again with a sword, multiple heads in one hand and a skull garland. When Hindus moved to Indonesia, watch what happens to Bhairava. It will be hard even for Indians to identify this as Bhairava, because it almost looks completely different, but it is Bhairava. Again, fangs in the mouth, sword has shortened into a knife and yes this is a half skull and he is wearing skull garland. Now, when Hindus move to Colombia, this is what happens. Same features, fangs in the mouth, severed head in one hand and a knife in the other.

The mainstream explanation of the ancient Colombian civilization again, is that this a God which demanded human sacrifices, and experts claim that the people who lived here sacrificed human beings, as a ritual for this evil god. But this is not what it is, humans never worship something evil. The important detail is that the head he is holding belongs to an evil person and the deity is basically the destroyer of evil. This is what Shiva does, he destroys evil doers. This is why these statues were worshipped, because humans believed the god would destroy evil doers.

Here is yet another statue of Bhairava in San Agustin, shown with fangs and is wearing a skull medallion in his neck. Again quite a common representation in India, I have worked with many Bhairava followers, in the past 5 years. So, this is the statue of Bhairava in San Agustin Archeological Park but there are some very interesting features here. He is flanked by 2 guardians or doorkeepers on either side and they are both holding weapons.

This is classic Hinduism where a central deity is guarded by 2 guardians called Dwarapalakas. Very common in Hindu temples, and yes they are always shown holding weapons to protect the main deity. Even more interesting, these guardians are protected by Nagas or reptilians on top. Remember I showed you in my previous video, how 2 headed reptilian figures were carved in San Agustin.

Let’s take a look at another statue at San Agustin. It shows Thayumanavar holding a baby, but his guardians are not human at all. They are both Nagas, snakes, you can clearly see the scales, the ribs of the snakes. What is really fascinating is that, in temples in India and Sri Lanka, the naga guardians are shown as partial humanoids. They are shown with hoods of the snake but they have human features as well. When the Hindus traveled to South East Asia, we can see a distinct change in style. Now, the Naga guardians began looking almost completely like snakes, sometimes even like dragons. However, when Hinduism reached Colombia, the style has changed even more. The Nagas don’t even look like snakes. We can only identify them by certain features like their ribs and hoods at the top. This change in style is the main reason, no one has identified these Gods as Hindu Gods. They look remarkably different from the Hindu Gods of India. Because India and Colombia are very distant countries, so the style in motifs has undergone an enormous change.

But we are overlooking an important detail. All the Naga gatekeepers I showed you in India and Asia were not placed side by side with the main deity. The Nagas were usually placed as gate keepers, before you entered the temple and saw the main deity. But in San Agustin, this is not the case. You can see the Nagas are placed side by side with the statue. But when I went into the Museum of San Agustin, I saw something quite interesting.  They have a display of all the old photos and they show how these structures originally looked. And sure enough, look at how this looked before the archeologists started to  “arrange” the statues at San Agustin. The Nagas were originally placed as gatekeepers, before you entered the chamber and saw the main deity. And it appears the temple would have had multiple chambers, just like regular Hindu temples and the Nagas were placed well before entering the temple.

So, think about everything I have shown you. Is this an evil monster or an ancient doctor delivering a baby? Is this a deity which needs human sacrifice or is he a destroyer of evil doers? And these guardian doorkeepers, especially the Naga doorkeepers – a mere coincidence between Colombian and Indian civilizations? Or was San Agustin Archeological Park, an ancient Hindu temple, built thousands of years ago?

Praveen Mohan