Ancient Nuclear Explosions? Did the ancients have weapons of mass destruction?
Weapons of mass destruction thousands of years ago?
But, on a more careful analysis, correlated with archaeological discoveries, these references may fall into the "history" category, with everything in the field. Even if they are amazed, even if they seem incredible, in times hard to date there have been wars in which atomic bombs and neutron bombs have been used but also military technology still unknown
Nuclear war described in India's epic history
In the Mahabharata, the epic grand epic poem of ancient India, convincingly and picturesque at the same time, episodes of a nuclear war are described.
A comparative analysis of myths allowed the researchers to assume that the Mahabharata speaks of sometimes that existed hundreds of thousands of years before us, about the Asura civilization which, like the Atlantians, the Lemurians, and the Hyperboreans, existed before the contemporary civilization.
There are assumptions that assimilate the Sumerian gods with the Vedic gods, claiming that there was only one devastating war between the generations of the gods that remained in the memory of men just like the Flood. And the name of the great Vedic War is Kurukshetra, which reminds of the "Sumerian Myths of Kur".
The ancient civilization of the Indus was in commercial relations with the Sumerian civilization, as evidenced by the many seals found in the Mesopotamian royal archives.
The physical traces left by the wars, where nuclear weapons (vitrified sand, vitrified fortifications, skeletons, soil, and radioactivity) are used, exist in all places where "mythology" places conflicts.
The great Vedic War, in which atomic bombs were used, also included a young generation of gods and the leading clan. They were all related. And some and others have used powerful weapons of destruction and, ultimately, atomic bombs and/or neutrons. These weapons, have been described in Mahabharata and Rigveda
Like the Sumerian and Biblical cities, and the great cities of the Indus, Harappa, and Mohenjo-Daro, there are obvious "traces" of nuclear and neutron destruction. The skeleton on the streets, many holding hands, caught in the run of catastrophe that suddenly fell on them, are among the most radioactive, similar to those of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
They were dated at 2,500 BC, but radioactivity can change the dating in the sense that it looks a much more recent date. Russian historian A. Gorbovski reported finding a skeleton with a 50-fold higher radioactivity than normal.
At Mohenjo-Daro, a thick layer of green glass was also discovered, resulting in the melting of the clay over 1,500 degrees. It was argued that the epicenter of the explosion was also found, where everything is crystallized, melted or forming a glass conglomerate.
The mysterious shiny black stones found in the epicenter were actually clay pots, melted at an extreme temperature. There were only 44 skeletons found on the street across the city, indicating that they knew what to do next, and the population had run away early.
The possibility of ancient nuclear wars, called the prehistoric nuclear wars, was first proposed by author Erich von Daniken in the 1960s.
His theory states that nuclear weapons were produced and used by ancient cultures or by ancient astronauts in the distant past. Von Daniken and other authors claim that they have found evidence of nuclear weapons in the Bible in the Mahabharata text in the Libyan desert - glass and vitrified architecture.
Ancient cities whose stone walls have been literally vitrified can be found in India, Ireland, Scotland, France, Turkey and elsewhere. There is no logical explanation for the vitrification of stone forts and cities, apart from an atomic explosion.