The Secrets of Mohenjo Daro - Destroyed by ‘atomic heat’ 4000 years ago?
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What really happened to the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro?
Join Professor Enrico Baccarini on a voyage to an unexplored world, on a journey beyond the boundaries of human history. For over 5,000 years the Indus Valley has jealously guarded a forgotten past, a secret locked inside of the oldest traditions known to human history. This is the history of a highly evolved and sophisticated civilization which suddenly disappeared into oblivion, but left us a legacy of a large number of texts transmitted orally and later merged into Hinduism.
Mohenjo-Daro, in the Indus Valley, (modern-day Pakistan) was inexplicably and suddenly destroyed 4,000 years ago by an explosion so powerful that, according to our current knowledge of the matter, the only force capable of producing similar effects is a nuclear explosion. Tens of centuries ago, ancient Sanskrit texts describe the Vimana—terrifying wars between men and gods, fought with flying machines, rockets and weapons so deadly that they easily compare to modern ones.
In the 1970’s David William Davenport conducted a comparative study of the original Sanskrit texts, Rig Veda, Mahabharata, Ramayana, dozens of archeology texts, and above all, an ancient manual of "aeronautics", and found Mohenjo Daro was suddenly hit with a heat shockwave of many thousands of degrees Celsius for a very short time, which razed the city to the ground, charring many of its inhabitants, and glazing bricks and pottery.
Recent rock samples taken on the site have been thoroughly analyzed while new and incredible documents never published before have emerged from the Davenport archives. In this webinar anthropologist and professor Enrico Baccarini introduces this unpublished material as well as the archaeo-metallurgical analyzes of the rock samples by Prof. Roberto Volterri.
Professor Enrico Baccarini is a journalist, writer, and editor. He has a Master’s degree in Psychology, a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology, and a Bachelor's degree in Asian Studies. He is Professor of Oriental Studies, at the Maitri University.
He has participated as a guest and author in broadcasts for the main Italian radio and television channels, such as MEDIASET and RAI, and international channels such as the History Channel and the Japanese NHK. He is currently the owner of ENIGMA EDIZIONI (enigmaedizioni.com) and is the Director in Chief of HERA Magazine. He has been a speaker at conferences in Italy and abroad in numerous national and international scientific conferences and is the author of 17 books published in Italy UK, USA, Brazil.