Sacred Secret of Warangal Gates (Kakatiya KalaThoranam)

Hey guys, today let us take a look at the so-called “Warangal Gates”. In my last video, we saw that these ancient structures are not entrances or gates, so let’s try to understand why these were built. Most experts haven’t really examined these structures, but we are going to look at them carefully. On the very top of this gate, there is a straight slot, almost a laser cut slot right in the middle, and you can see the Sun shining through it. Initially, I thought this was a sculptor’s mistake, but this slot has been created intentionally on all 4 gates and we do see them on East, West, North and South gates. But these are not identical. On top of these gates, you can see these Key hole like openings. The position of these slots are made on different keyholes on different gates.

Let’s start from the East Side gate, and here you can see that this slot is made on the 4th hole from the left. The position of the slot is at three and a half Keyholes or 3.5. Now, if you go to the exact opposite structure on the other end, the west side gate has a slot on the 3rd hole from the left, not the 4th hole as in the East gate. So, the position of the slot at the west gate is 2.5.Now, remember I am observing everything from the center of this site, and if you see the east and west gates side by sides, this is how they look, they are not identical. The position of the slots are different.

Of course, experts will argue that these are simple mistakes made by primitive sculptors and have no meaning at all. But I will show you why experts are wrong. Now, let’s go to the gate on the North Side, and again the straight slot is at the 4th keyhole or at 3.5. If you look at the opposite gate at the South side, the slot appears on the 3rd keyhole or 2.5. So you can see the pattern like this: The East and West are 3.5 and 2.5 and the North and South are again 3.5 and 2.5. What is the meaning of this complex pattern? This proves that there is something fundamentally wrong about our history books, we have not evolved from a primitive civilization into a much more advanced civilization over many centuries. Instead, the more we look at ancient sites, the more we realize that our generation does not have the capability to understand what they were doing.

But we are looking at these gates from the human point of view and we are observing these gates from the center of this site. If you pretend that you are a giant and these gates were small lego blocks, you would stand outside the site, and look at them from one direction. If you go outside this site and look at the East gate, you suddenly realize that the slot is at the 2.5 and not 3.5. Now, if we look at both east and west gates from the outside standing at any one point, these slots are actually identical. Again, if you go outside on the north side for example, and look at both North and South gates, the position of the slots will be the same. The entire confusion of these slots at the third or 4th keyhole occurs because we are looking at it from the human point of view, standing in the center of this massive site.

These gates are all designed to be exactly 33 feet tall, and are positioned at the exact cardinal directions.  Now, if I go outside the eastern gate and shine a laser beam parallel to the ground, through this slot, the beam would pass exactly through the slot on the western gate. Of course, there would be a particular day in the year, when the sun rises and a beam of light would pass through this slot on the east and exit through the slot on the western gate. We would have to have astronomers calculate this particular day and its importance.

If we place a long pole between these slots on the eastern gate and western gate, and place another pole between the north and south gates, these poles would meet at the center of this site and create 4 quadrants. And these poles would cast shadows on the ground which can tell time down to the accuracy of seconds, and could also be used as a calendar with various features. India does have many of these giant astronomical instruments in places like Jantar Mantar… for example,  these instruments are very large and are based on ancient Vedic texts. We could make an extremely advanced instrument on this site because there are so many different features carved on these structures and it is hard to understand what they stand for. For example,  you can see 7 buds for 7 days of the week, and there are 6 keyholes, 1/2 for each month of the year, and pay special attention to how some keyholes are partially closed and some are open, these details also differ between the gates. Now, keep in mind that there are northern and southern gates as well and imagine how they would have been used.

And these structures go beyond mere astronomical purposes. What’s really fascinating is that these gates have statues of birds sitting on their sides. These birds are made of a material different from the rest of the structures. They are made of green basalt, a special type of rock. All the gates have these birds,  but the north gate doesn’t have these birds, the spots are left empty. And what’s interesting is that green basalt has some very strong magnetic properties. Why were these magnetic birds not placed on the North gate alone? I am sure you can examine these aspects yourself.

The geometry and the numbers on this site also have some baffling, sacred aspect to them. Why was the number 33 chosen as the height of these structures? Researchers of ancient mysteries know that the number 33 is very important. There are 33 vertebrae in our spine. There are 33 Gods called  traya(s)triṃśat in the Vedic texts. In the western world, the number 33 has many strange connections including 33 years in the life of Jesus and the ancient freemason system uses a system of 33 degrees and so on.

Now the distance between the eastern and western gates is 433 feet, and the distance between the northern and southern gates is 480 feet. This seems like nothing, but the ratio of these distances gives 1:  1.108 which is again a sacred ratio in Hinduism. Of course, these are just some of the basics of sacred geometry found in this site, and there is a lot of advanced information embedded on these structures, but this video just gives you a basic idea about the so-called Warangal gates. I think it is time to stop mentioning them as gates and start thinking of them as ancient devices or instruments, what do you think? Please leave your thoughts in the comments section.

-Praveen Mohan


Underground Temple of Secret Rituals – Warangal Fort, India


Hey guys, this is an ancient underground temple near Warangal Fort, it doesn’t have a name and is completely abandoned. This is an isolated place and gets no visitors and is estimated to be at least 800 years old.  I am gonna take you inside the temple and we can see some very strange details and secret rituals happening inside the temple. The temple is located at the underground level, and there is only one side that this completely open, and on all the other sides, it is totally covered with dirt. It has a very low ceiling, and it gets lower and lower as we go into the main chambers.

What’s really fascinating is that, this place shows evidence of strange rituals. On the floor, you can see a lot of chicken feathers, alcohol bottles, and  pieces of lemon stuck on a thin rod. Of course we can assume that some guys were just drinking and cooking here, but you can also see religious items like saffron powder strewn all over the floor, and also matchsticks and candles. This means there was some kind of a black magic ritual performed here.  Locals say that a group called ‘Kapalikas’ gather here during new moon nights and indulge in strange rituals including meat eating and drinking. The term Kapalika means “Skull-Men”, these people carry human skulls and are sometimes even known to worship skulls. Remember, I showed you the temple of crystal skull a few weeks back? This temple is very similar in appearance to that one, and I think there could be a connection between the two.

What’s intriguing about this temple is that even though it is abandoned, it doesn’t have any bats, but is home to a lot of insects, here is a lizard and as we go into the main chamber, we begin to see a lot of spider webs. There are huge spiders all over the walls. The entrances are very short, less than 5 feet. This chamber has no deities, no idols and is completely empty. The only fascinating part is the ceiling which has a nice spiral design. But this temple has 2 main chambers and I am gonna go inside the next chamber and try to identify what the main deity would have been.  You can see that the floor of this chamber is completely destroyed, but this broken uprooted stone structure is actually a lingam. So, this was definitely a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. I wonder why these stone structures were completely demolished and why this temple was abandoned. You can see rich paintings on the walls and the ceiling, and this must have been a very beautiful place with lots of visitors, many centuries ago.  And I have already shown you these pillars, made of multiple blocks and how they were joined in my previous video. I hope someday, the government can restore this temple to its original shape. Please share this video with your friends to spread awareness about abandoned ancient temples.

– Praveen Mohan

Evidence of Ancient Machining Technology at Warangal Fort?

Hey guys, this is an ancient site called Warangal Fort and you are looking at some of the most amazing carvings to your left and right, carved at least 800 years ago. But your eyes are naturally attracted to what’s in the center, and you realize that this cylinder is completely out of place. Now, why do you feel this way, why do you think this lingam is an Out of place artifact?

Because your brain instantly and intuitively knows that this lingam could not have been made without machines. This is why it looks so odd. All these brilliant carvings around this, can be made with simple tools like chisels and hammers, but this cylinder cannot be made with primitive tools, such a perfect cylinder can be made only with high tech machines.

This is not where it was originally found. Archeologists unearthed this lingam which was buried for many centuries and placed it on this pedestal which is carved with simple tools. While digging up this lingam, these scratches were made on it, and examining this lingam using precision tools revealed something shocking. It is a perfect cylinder with no visible tool marks at all. How was such precision achieved in ancient times?

Look at the level of finishing, I can use the top of the lingam as a mirror. I am not going to use this priceless piece for demonstration, but I will pick something less polished instead. How about this pillar on the same site, the finishing doesn’t look as great as the lingam, but when I pour water, you should be able to see my reflection. Imagine how fantastic this would work on the lingam. And Lingams are almost always placed facing east, so imagine how it would look when the first sunrays fall on it.

Now the real problem is in finding out how ancient builders made this lingam 800 years ago. Is it possible that they chiseled it into a crude cylinder, and then polished it manually with simple abrasives such as sand, to achieve this level of perfection? But experts who examined this lingam with precision instruments point out to something extraordinary. The roundness or concentricity of the cylinder, the lack of taper, and the straightness of the cylinder, were so perfect, that they concluded it cannot be achieved with hand tools at all. Such precision can be achieved only with machines.

Now, let me ask you a question, can we make a perfect cylinder today, with simple tools? Forget that this lingam is made of black basalt, a very hard rock.  Imagine this is as soft as clay. Can we make a perfect cylinder using clay, simply by shaping it with hand tools? Engineers confirm that making a perfect cylinder is impossible unless we use a rotating mechanism, at least as primitive as a potter’s wheel. The only way, even to make a clay cylinder is to place it on a rotating wheel. So, we can be sure that this cylinder, was not made by chisels, but a rotating mechanism was definitely involved. Now, the natural question is, did ancient builders place this lingam on a potter’s wheel and rotate it manually, and make it into a perfect cylinder?

We are going to forget that this rock is very hard, and we are also going to forget that we would need a harder tool like steel or diamond to work on it. Let us simply assume that the ancient builders did have steel or diamond tipped tools. We are only going to focus, if we can recreate this cylinder today, by manually rotating it on a potter’s wheel.

Human beings cannot turn a wheel for more than a maximum speed of 150 rpm, if we place a rock of this size and make a wheel accordingly. But engineers confirm, that if such a slow speed was employed, the cylinder would be full of circular tool marks, and would look nothing like this lingam. To achieve this level of perfection, the cylinder would have to be rotated at a minimum speed of 2000 rpm, which is 13 times faster than what is humanly possible. So, it is impossible to create something like this without using advanced technology. This leaves us with only one question: what kind of machines did ancient builders use? Perhaps the mystery can solved by looking at this strange symbol, carved on the lingam itself.

-Praveen Mohan