Brahmasthira – Das ultimative Waffe der Ancient
Weltraumarchaeologie; 25. 08. 2015
Gastbeitrag von: Harish Radhakrishnan, Indien
Robert Oppenheimer, der Entwickler der Atombombe der Neuzeit bezog sich einst auf genau diese indischen Geschichtsmythen, wenn er davon sprach, ich bin der Weltenzerstörer der Neuzeit.
Und genau das wird in diesen Überlieferungen religiöser Mythen beschrieben.
Wir Menschen müssen endlich unsere eigene Herkunft erkennen wie das Schicksal dieses Planeten und deren Vorläuferzivilisationen, die einst im Atomfeuer vergingen wie Opfer eines kosmischen Krieges wurden. Das sind keine Fictionen oder religiöse Spinnereien, sondern historische Fakten, die in Religionen eingeflossen sind und von Generation zu Generation weiter getragen wurden, bis heute nur noch eine Verstümmelung der Geschehnisse zu erkennen ist.
Entkernen wir jedoch die Text mit unserem heutigen Wissen von Wissen, so erkennen wir unzweideutig, wir sind Nachkommen und bauen auf den Trümmern vergangener Zivilisationen wie Ereignissen auf.
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When Robert Openheimer, the chief scientist working for the Manhattan project, finally tested the experimental atomic bomb meant to put an end to the II world war, on a midsummer morning in 1945, he was left aghast. He had quoted a line from Bhagavat Gita, “I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds”. After seeing the effect of the explosion, several of the participant scientists signed a petition against its usage, but in vain.atom-bomb
But what if that fateful day on 1945 was not the first time the earth was assaulted by the shear cruelty of the atomic power. What if Brahmastra, the most powerful and deadliest weapon described in the war epic of Mahabharata was also an atomic bomb. The maha astra was said to be the creation of Lord Brahma, who envisaged its use to protect dharma and satya.
This powerful form of weapon is used by great warriors at many stages of war. This weapon is invoked by mantras where an object like bows or even a blade of grass can be transformed into a mighty Brahmasthira. Brahmasthra is of different varieties, an advanced version being Brahmashira. The energy of the Brahmasthira is based on the capacity of the launcher and the type of mantra he utters. For instance Karna uses Brahmasthira which was baffled by Arjuna belong to less powerful category.
KARNA PARVA 91, Karna, invoking the brahmastra, “showered his shafts upon Dhananjaya, and once more made an effort to extricate his car. Partha also, by the aid of the brahmastra, poured arrowy downpours upon Karna”.
While the one used by Ashwathama and baffled by Arjuna belongs to a highly powerful variety. Where the total atmosphere trembles and ved Vyas and sage Narada appear immediately for mediation.
We can understand the difference from the description itself. The mighty Pasuputa asthra given by Shiva to Arjuna also belongs to a variety of Brahamasthira. ” Arjuna said, ‘O illustrious god having the bull for thy sign, if thou wilt grant me my desire, I ask of thee, O lord that fierce celestial weapon wielded by thee and called Brahmasira–that weapon of terrific prowess which destroyeth, at the end of the Yuga the entire universe–
Shiva replied, ‘O powerful one. I will give to thee that favourite weapon of mine called the Pasuputa. O son of Pandu, thou art capable of holding, hurling, and withdrawing it. Neither the chief himself of the gods, nor Yama, nor the king of the Yakshas, nor Varuna, nor Vayu, knoweth it. How could men know anything of it? But, O son of Pritha, this weapon should not be hurled without adequate cause;”
“… (it was) a single projectile
Charged with all the power of the Universe.
An incandescent column of smoke and flame
As bright as the thousand suns
Rose in all its splendor…”
The above is a passage from The Mahabharata, describing the immediate aftermath of usage of Brahmastra. The book contains several such descriptions. It says, the heat produced from discharging the weapon was so much that it resembled the fire of the sun during the time of cosmic annihilation. The weapon also had severe environmental effect. The land became barren and all lifeforms in the area subsequently ceased to exist, as both human and animals lost the ability to reproduce. The land developed cracks because of no rainfall and became draught stricken.
All these descriptions eerily resemble the aftereffects of atomic explosion. Not only a written proof, but there are also physical evidences of an ancient nuclear war. During the archeological excavations of Mohenjodaro the largest known Indus valley civilization, in present day Pakistan, scientists found evidences that the city was wiped out by some sort of an atomic explosion. The increased level of radiation, skeletons found scattered all over the city, many holding hands as though they all died at some horrible instant all point towards a possible nuclear wipe-out. That the bodies were left unharmed by animals and an area where ground was covered with radioactive ash and fused sand particles were found, all are evidences of a possible atomic warfare in the past.
“Thus seeing the disturbance of the general populace and the imminent destruction of the planets, Arjuna at once retracted both brahmastra weapons, as Lord Sri Krishna desired.” – Srimad Bhagavatam 1.7.30-32
Containing a brahmasthira or containing nuclear devastation in Hindu scripts :
During the war of Mahabharatha weapons powerful enough to modern day nuclear bomb were not only used but also neutralised. There were technology to rapidly neutralise the power of nuclear spread. The following is description on the encounter between Ashwathama and Arjuna. Ashwathama’s uses brahmasthira by inspiring a blade of grass with proper mantras and converts it into that powerful celestial weapon. A fire then was born in that blade of grass, which seemed capable of consuming the worlds.
Arjuna immediately uses a weapon to neutralise it blazed up with fierce flames like the all-destroying fire that appears at the end of the yuga (world). Similarly, the weapon that had been shot by Ashwathama blazed up with terrible flames within a huge sphere of fire. Numerous peals of thunder were heard; thousands of meteors fell; and all living creatures became inspired with great dread. The whole world seemed to be filled with noise and assumed a terrible aspect with those flames of fire. The whole earth with her mountains and waters and trees, trembled.
In the words of rishi (enlightened Saint) Vyasa, “The region where the weapon called brahmashira is baffled by another high weapon suffers a drought for twelve years, for the clouds do not pour a drop of water there for this period”.
We know how Japan witnessed (last century) this in Hiroshima and Nagasaki