Monday, May 21, 2012

HSC 2012 Examination Results

Tamil Nadu Plus Two Exam Results 2012 | Tamil Nadu +2 Result 2012 | Tamil Nadu HSC Results 2012

Tamilnadu Board was Conducted Plus Two Exam in March, April 2012.

TN Board HSC +2 Result 2012 will be Published Soon.

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You can find the results of HSC 2012 Examination in the following sites

The staffs of TN Educational Board has evaluated the Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Results HSC for the year 2012. Nearly 7.6 lakhs students taken their 12th exams across TamilNadu.

Tamil Nadu +2 Results can be obtained via sms too. Students need to type

TN12(space)REGISTRATION NUMBER and send it to 5626.

The Directorate will announce SSLC results in the first week of June.

I wish all the students ‘Best of Luck’.

Wohhhhhhh Yarrrrrrrrrrrrrrr - Come on Chennai - Deccan Chargers God for Chennai Super Kings

"Don't want to finish last, also knocking a big side out of the tournament is an incentive," Team Hyderabad skipper Kumar Sangakkara had said after the toss. After packing off Rajasthan on Friday, Hyderabad produced another spirited display to thwart Bangalore's hopes of making it to the playoffs with a nine-run win at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, on Sunday evening.

In the process, Hyderabad did Chennai a big favour as the defending champions clinched the last place in the playoffs by virtue of a better run-rate. Hyderabad too did themselves a big favour by pushing Pune down to the last spot in the points table.

Bangalore, who had to win this match to book their playoff spot, seemed to have done their homework quite well. And after the bowlers had put up a splendid show to restrict Hyderabad to 132 for seven, Chris Gayle came out all guns blazing. The West Indian hammered Manpreet Gony for three fours and two sixes in the second over of the innings and it looked as if the visitors would romp to an easy win.

However, Hyderabad spearhead Dale Steyn, who was taken to the cleaners by AB de Villiers in their earlier match, seemed to have different ideas. The South African produced a blistering spell of fast bowling to put Bangalore on the back foot.

The free-flowing Gayle met his match in the fiery Steyn. The speedster softened the West Indian with a superb bouncer. A flustered Gayle (27; 10b, 3x4, 2x6) made room to cut the next ball but only succeeded in chopping it onto his stumps. Steyn then had Tillakaratne Dilshan leg before and leggie Amit Mishra got into the act by sending back the dangerous AB de Villiers and Mayank Agarwal in the same over to put the brakes on Bangalore.

Saurabh Tiwary, who had retired hurt on 2 because of cramps when the score was 40/2, came back at the fall of Agarwal's wicket and with skipper Virat Kohli steadied the innings. The duo stitched a 37-ball 46 for the fifth wicket to keep Bangalore in the game. However, Kohli (42; 40b, 2x4, 2x6) fell in the 16th over and that left the visitors 30 to win.

The Hyderabad bowlers didn't choke under pressure this time as they dashed the visitors' hopes as they finished with 123 for nine.

Earlier, Hyderabad, put into bat by Kohli, had a miserable start as Shikhar Dhawan, their top scorer this season, was cleaned up by a Zaheer Khan delivery in the first over of the game. Thereafter, nothing really went Hyderabad's way as they lost two more wickets to be reduced to three for 20 in the fifth over.

It was a grind from thereon as Sangakkara and JP Duminy tried to rebuild the innings. The duo added 31 for the fourth wicket but the going was terribly slow. Sangakkara fell in the 12th over while trying to get some momentum as Bangalore literally chocked the rivals. However, the huge turn-out had something to cheer in the later part of the innings as Duminy took it upon himself to steer Hyderabad to a decent score.

The South African, who later took three catches on the field, took a heavy toll of Zaheer Khan and Muralitharan in the 17th and 18th overs, hitting four sixes and a four in those two overs.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Never Judge Anyone

The doctor was called one evening for an urgent surgery. He answered the call, changed his clothes, reached hospital in minutes & went directly to the surgery block. He found the boy's father waiting, in the hall for the doctor.

On seeing him, the dad yelled: "Why did U take all this time to come? Don't you know that my son's life is in danger? Don't you have any sense of responsibility?”

The doctor smiled & said: "I am sorry, I wasn't in the hospital & I came as fast as I could after receiving the call...... And now, I wish you would calm down so that I can do my work"

"Calm down?! What if your son was in this room right now, would you calm down? If your own son dies now what will you do??" said the father angrily.

The doctor smiled again & replied: Doctors cannot prolong lives. Go & intercede for your son, we will do our best by God's grace.

"Giving advises when we are not concerned is so easy" murmured the father.

The surgery took some hours after which the doctor went out happy, “Thank goodness! Your son is saved!" And without waiting for the father's reply he carried on his way running. "If you have any question, ask the nurse!!"

"Why is he so arrogant? He couldn't wait some minutes so that I ask about my son's state" commented the father when seeing the nurse minutes after the doctor left.

The nurse answered, tears coming down her face: "His son died yesterday in a road accident, he was in the burial when we called him for your son's surgery. And now that he saved your son's life, he left running to finish his son's burial.


Never judge anyone, Because you never know how their life is & what they're going through.

Wednesday, May 09, 2012

First Aircraft was Created by An Indian - Talpade

Talpade – The Indian Sanskrit scholar who built and flew a mercury engine aircraft in 1895, 8 years before the Wright brothers!

Shivkur Bapuji Talpade, flew an unmanned aircraft, eight years before the Wright brothers demonstrated on December 17th 1903 that it was possible for a ‘manned heavier than air machine to fly’. But, in 1895, eight years earlier, the Sanskrit scholar Shivkar Bapuji Talpade had designed a basic aircraft called Marutsakthi (meaning Power of Air) based on Vedic technology documented in ancient Sanskrit manuscripts. His demonstration flight took place before a large audience in the Chowpathy beach of Bombay. The importance of the Wright brothers lies in the fact, that it was a manned flight for a distance of 120 feet and Orville Wright became the first man to fly. But Talpade’s unmanned aircraft flew to a height of 1500 feet before crashing down and the historian Evan Koshtka, has described Talpade as the ‘first creator of an aircraft’.

This historic day in 1895 (unfortunately the actual date is not mentioned in the Kesari newspaper of Pune which covered the event) was witnessed by the famous Indian judge/ nationalist/ Mahadeva Govin-da Ranade and H H Sayaji Rao Gaekwad.

It is important to note that Talpade was no scientist, just a sanskrit scholar who had built his aircraft entirely from the rich treasury of India’s Vedas.

Shivkar Bapuji Talpade was born in 1864 in the locality of Chirabazar at Dukkarwadi in Bombay. He was a scholar of Sanskrit and from his young age was attracted by the Vaimanika Sastra (Aeronautical Science) expounded by the great Indian sage Maharishi Bhardwaja.

Surprisingly according to the bi-monthly Ancient Skies published in USA, the aircraft engines being developed for future use by NASA also uses mercury bombardment units powered by Solar cells! Interestingly, the impulse is generated in seven stages. The mercury propellant is first vapourised fed into the thruster discharge chamber ionised converted into plasma by a combination with electrons broke down electrically and then accelerated through small openings in a screen to pass out of the engine at velocities between 1200 to 3000 kilometres per minute! But so far NASA has been able to produce an experimental basis only a one pound of thrust by its scientists a power derivation virtually useless. But over 100 years ago Talpade was able to use his knowledge of Vaimanika Shastra to produce sufficient thrust to lift his aircraft 1500 feet into the air!

Maharaja Sayaji Rao Gaekwad of Baroda was a great supporter of the Sciences in India, and was willing to help Talpade with funds to build his aircraft and the mercury engines.

But the success of an Indian scientist was not liked by the Imperial rulers. Warned by the British Government the Maharaja of Baroda stopped helping Talpade.

Talpade passed away in 1916 unhonoured, in his own country. It is said that the remains of the Marutsakthi (the aircraft Tapade built) were ‘sold’ to a British company by Talpade’s relatives.

Great Indian Scientist and Sanskrit Scholar Shivakar Bapuji Talpade belonging to Pathare Prabhu community born in 1864 at Chirra Bazar Dukkar Wadi of Bombay invented vimana based as per Maharishi Bharadwaja's Vaimanika Shastra Vedic Texts of Rigveda using ION Mercury Vortex Engine using charged electric particles intead of stream of hot gases. It is said ION mercury vapor and solar boiler used to give thrust for flight but exact mechanism yet to be discovered. His aircraft test flight in June 1895 at Choupatty Beach of Bombay(Mumbai, Maharashtra, India)before Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad-III of Vadodara and Bombay High Court Judge Mahadeva Govinda Ranade.

His Vimana flew upto 1500 feet Unmanned and remained in air for seventeen minutes. His Vimana was called as Marutsakha or Marutsakthi meaning friend of air or power of air. Kesari newspaper of Pune edited by renowned freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak reported the great event. At Vile Parle, his Airplane's model was already shown during Aviation Exhibition. It is said that NASA is developing ION mercury vortex engine which uses charged electric particles for propulsion as per Vedic texts and Hitler and Germans also used Indian Ancient science for developing Airplane. After our Talpade's death his relative sold the airplane to Rally Brothers in 1917 who was leading British Exporting Company. Rally Brothers exported his Aircraft to Britain for further research and development work but since then no body knows the whereabouts of this greatest scientific invention.

Why not his Aircraft and its drawing made public and preserved in museum by British Government? British Government requested to investigate the matter immediately to reveal truth to the whole world. All truth and justice loving British Peoples must persuade their government to start discovery of missing aircraft. By doing such an act British peoples and British government may retain their reputation as Great justice lovers.

We must start searching greatest invention immediately to honor Great Indian Scientist Shivakar Bapuji Talpade who remained Unsung Hero.

Indian Government showed total negligence in this matter which is very serious thing. Indian Government must start search mission for this greatest invention without further delay. Indian peoples must start movement to persuade Government for starting Greatest Discovery Mission. Small Scientific work or Inventions generally kept safe in museum and properly documented but why deliberate negligence in this matter?


Over hundred years ago. In 1895, full eight years before the Wright Brothers` first flight at Kitty hawk, North Carolina, USA, Shivkar Bapuji Talpade and his wife gave a thrilling demonstration flight on the Chowpatty beach in Mumbai………The purpose of this article is to let the world know that the first plane in the modern era was made in India.

“The ancient Hindus could navigate the air, and not only navigate it but fight battles in it like so many war-eagles, combating for the domination of the clouds. To be so perfect in aeronautics they must have known all the arts and sciences relating to the science, including the strata and currents of the atmosphere, the relative temperature, humidity, density and specific gravity of the various gases…..” – Col. Olcott in a lecture in Allahabad in 1881.

The Rig Veda, the oldest document of the human race includes references to the following modes of transportation: Jalayan – a vehicle designed to operate in air and water (Rig Veda 6.58.3); Kaara- a vehicle that operates on ground and in water. (Rig Veda 9.14.1); Tritala- a vehicle consisting of three stories. (Rig Veda 3.14.1); Trichakra Ratha – a three-wheeled vehicle designed to operate in the air. (Rig Veda 4.36.1); Vaayu Ratha- a gas or wind-powered chariot. (Rig Veda 5.41.6); Vidyut Ratha- a vehicle that operates on power. (Rig Veda 3.14.1).

Ancient Sanskrit literature is full of descriptions of flying machines – Vimanas. From the many documents found it is evident that the scientist-sages Agastya and Bharadwaja had developed the lore of aircraft construction.

The “Agastya Samhita” gives us Agastya`s descriptions of two types of aeroplanes. The first is a “chchatra” (umbrella or balloon) to be filled with hydrogen. The process of extracting hydrogen from water is described in elaborate detail and the use of electricity in achieving this is clearly stated. This was stated to be a primitive type of plane, useful only for escaping from a fort when the enemy had set fire to the jungle all around. Hence the name, “Agniyana”. The second type of aircraft mentioned is somewhat on the lines of the parachute. It could be opened and shut by operating chords. This aircraft has been described as “vimanadvigunam” i.e. of a lower order than the regular aeroplane.

Aeronautics or Vaimaanika Shastra is a part of Yantra Sarvasva of Bharadwaja. This is also known as Brihadvimaana Shastra. Vaimaanikashastra deals about aeronautics, including the design of aircraft, the way they can be used for transportation and other applications, in detail. The knowledge of aeronautics is described in Sanskrit in 100 sections, eight chapters, 500 principles and 3000 slokas. Great sage Bharadwaja explained the construction of aircraft and way to fly it in air, on land, on water and use the same aircraft like a sub-marine. He also described the construction of war planes and fighter aircraft.

Vaimaanika Shastra explains the metals and alloys and other required material, which can be make an aircraft imperishable in any condition. Planes which will not break (abhedya), or catch fire (adaahya) and which cannot be cut (achchedya) have been described. Along with the treatise there are diagrams of three types of aeroplanes – “Sundara”, “Shukana” and “Rukma”.

The aircraft is classified into three types- Mantrika, Tantrika and Kritaka, to suit different yugas or eras. In kritayuga, it is said, Dharma was well established. The people of that time had the devinity to reach any place using their Ashtasiddhis. The aircraft used in Tretayuga are called Mantrikavimana, flown by the power of hymns (mantras). Twenty-five varieties of aircraft including Pushpaka Vimana belong to this era. The aircraft used in Dwaparayuga were called Tantrikavimana, flown by the power of tantras. Fifty six varieties of aircraft including Bhairava and Nandaka belong to this era. The aircraft used in Kaliyuga, the on-going yuga, are called Kritakavimana, flown by the power of engines. Twenty-five varieties of aircraft including “Sundara”, “Shukana” and “Rukma” belong to this era.

Bharadwaja states that there are thirty-two secrets of the science of aeronautics. Of these some are astonishing and some indicate an advance even beyond our own times. For instance the secret of “para shabda graaha”, i.e. a cabin for listening to conversation in another plane, has been explained by elaborately describing an electrically worked sound-receiver that did the trick. Manufacture of different types of instruments and putting them together to form an aircraft are also described.

It appears that aerial warfare was also not unknown, for the treatise gives the technique of “shatru vimana kampana kriya” and “shatru vimana nashana kriya” i.e. shaking and destroying enemy aircraft, as well as photographing enemy planes, rendering their occupants unconscious and making one`s own plane invisible.

In Vastraadhikarana, the chapter describing the dress and other wear required while flying, talks in detail about the wear for both the pilot and the passenger separately.

Ahaaraadhikarana is yet another section exclusively dealing with the food habits of a pilot. This has a variety of guidelines for pilots to keep their health through strict diet.

Bhardwaja also provides a bibliography. He had consulted six treatises by six different authors previous to him and he gives their names and the names of their works in the following order : Vimana Chandrika by Narayanamuni; Vyoma Yana Mantrah by Shaunaka; Yantra Kalpa by Garga; Yana Bindu by Vachaspati; Kheta Yaana Pradeepika by Chaakraayani; Vyoma Yaanarka Prakasha by Dundi Natha.

As before Bharadwaja, after him too there have been Sanskrit writers on aeronautics and there were four commentaries on his work. The names of the commentators are Bodh Deva, Lalla, Narayana Shankha and Vishwambhara.

Evidence of existence of aircrafts are also found in the Arthasastra of Kautilya (c. 3rd century B.C.). Kautilya mentions amongst various tradesmen and technocrats the Saubhikas as `pilots conducting vehicles in the sky`. Saubha was the name of the aerial flying city of King Harishchandra and the form `Saubika` means `one who flies or knows the art of flying an aerial city`. Kautilya uses another significant word `Akasa Yodhinah`, which has been translated as `persons who are trained to fight from the sky.` The existence of aerial chariots, in whatever form it might be, was so well-known that it found a place among the royal edicts of the Emperor Asoka which were executed during his reign from 256 B.C. – 237 B. C.

It is interesting to note that the Academy of Sanskrit Research in Melkote, near Mandya, had been commissioned by the Aeronautical Research Development Board, New Delhi, to take up a one-year study, ‘Non-conventional approach to Aeronautics’, on the basis of Vaimanika Shastra. As a result of the research, a glass-like material which cannot be detected by radar has been developed by Prof Dongre, a research scholar of Benaras Hindu University. A plane coated with this unique material cannot be detected using radar. (Did You Know this?

But perhaps the most interesting thing, about the Indian science of aeronautics and Bharadwaja`s research in the field was that they were successfully tested in actual practice by an Indian over hundred years ago. In 1895, full eight years before the Wright Brothers` first flight at Kitty hawk, North Carolina, USA, Shivkar Bapuji Talpade and his wife gave a thrilling demonstration flight on the Chowpatty beach in Mumbai.

An even more astonishing feature of Talpade’s aircraft was the power source he used- An Ion Engine. The theory of the Ion Engine has been credited to Robert Goddard, long recognized as the father of Liquid-fuel Rocketry. It is claimed that in 1906, long before Goddard launched his first modern rocket, his imagination had conceived the idea of an Ion rocket. But the fact is that not only had the idea of an Ion Engine been conceived long before Dr Goddard, it had also been materialized in the form of Talpade’s aircraft.

Mr. Talpade, a resident of Mumbai, was an erudite scholar of Sanskrit literature, especially of the Vedas, an inventor and a teacher in the School of Arts. His deep study of the Vedas led him to construct an aeroplane in conformity with descriptions of aircraft available in the Vedas and he displayed it in an exhibition arranged by the Bombay Art Society in the Town Hall. Its proving the star attraction of the exhibition encouraged its maker to go deeper into the matter and see if the plane could be flown with the aid of mercurial pressure. For the one hundred and ninetieth “richa” (verse) of the Rig Veda and the aeronautical treatise of Bharadwaja mention that flying machines came into full operation when the power of the sun`s rays, mercury and another chemical called “Naksha rassa” were blended together. This energy was, it seems, stored in something like an accumulator or storage batteries. The Vedas refer to eight different engines in the plane and Bharadwaja adds that they are worked by electricity.

Mr. Talpade carried on his research along these lines and constructed an aeroplane. In his experiments he was aided by his wife, also a deep scholar of the Vedic lore, and an architect friend. The plane combined the constructional characteristics of both “Pushpaka” and “Marut Sakha”, the sixth and eighth types of aircraft described by Bharadwaja. It was named “Marut Sakha” meaning “Friend of the Wind”.

With this plane this pioneer airman of modern India gave a demonstration flight on the Chowpatty Beach in Mumbai in the year 1895. The machine attained a height of about 1500 feet and then automatically landed safely. The flight was witnessed, among many others, by Sir Sayajirao Gaekwad, the Maharaja of Baroda and Justice Govind Ranade and was reported in “The Kesari” a leading Marathi daily newspaper. They were impressed by the feat and rewarded the talented inventor.

Unfortunately Talpade lost interest in things after his wife`s death, and after his own death in 1917 at the age of 53 his relatives sold the machine to Rally Brothers, a leading British exporting firm then operating in Mumbai. Thus the first ever attempt at flying in modern India, undertaken and made successful by an Indian, in a plane of Indian manufacture and built to Indian scientific specifications, slid into the limbo of oblivion.

Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Unbelievable but True - Indian's Aircraft Technology - Proud to be Indian

Many researchers into the UFO enigma tend to overlook a very important fact.

While it assumed that most flying saucers are of alien, or perhaps Governmental Military origin, another possible origin of UFOs is ancient India and Atlantis.

What we know about ancient Indian flying vehicles comes from ancient Indian sources; written texts that have come down to us through the centuries. There is no doubt that most of these texts are authentic; many are the well known ancient Indian Epics themselves, and there are literally hundreds of them. Most of them have not even been translated into English yet from the old Sanskrit.

The Indian Emperor Ashoka started a "Secret Society of the Nine Unknown Men": great Indian scientists who were supposed to catalogue the many sciences. Ashoka kept their work secret because he was afraid that the advanced science catalogued by these men, culled from ancient Indian sources, would be used for the evil purpose of war, which Ashoka was strongly against, having been converted to Buddhism after defeating a rival army in a bloody battle.

The "Nine Unknown Men" wrote a total of nine books, presumably one each. Book number one was "The Secrets of Gravitation!". This book, known to historians, but not actually seen by them dealt chiefly with "gravity control." It is presumably still around somewhere, kept in a secret library in India, Tibet or elsewhere (perhaps even in North America somewhere).

One can certainly understand Ashoka’s reasoning for wanting to keep such knowledge a secret, assuming it exists.

If the Nazis had such weapons at their disposal during World War II, Ashoka was also aware devastating wars using such advanced vehicles and other "futuristic weapons" that had destroyed the ancient Indian "Rama Empire" several thousand years before.

Only a few years ago, the Chinese discovered some Sanskrit documents in Lhasa, Tibet and sent them to the University of Chandrigarh to be translated. Dr. Ruth Reyna of the University said recently that the documents contain directions for building interstellar spaceships!

Their method of propulsion, she said, was "anti-gravitational" and was based upon a system analogous to that of "laghima," the unknown power of the ego existing in man’s physiological makeup, "a centrifugal force strong enough to counteract all gravitational pull." According to Hindu Yogis, it is this "laghima" which enables a person to levitate.

Dr. Reyna said that on board these machines, which were called "Astras" by the text, the ancient Indians could have sent a detachment of men onto any planet, according to the document, which is thought to be thousands of years old. The manuscripts were also said to reveal the secret of "antima", "the cap of invisibility" and "garima", "how to become as heavy as a mountain of lead."

Naturally, Indian scientists did not take the texts very seriously, but then became more positive about the value of them when the Chinese announced that they were including certain parts of the data for study in their space program! This was one of the first instances of a government admitting to be researching anti-gravity.

The manuscripts did not say definitely that interplanetary travel was ever made but did mention, of all things, a planned trip to the Moon, though it is not clear whether this trip was actually carried out. However, one of the great Indian epics, the Ramayana, does have a highly detailed story in it of a trip to the moon in a Vimana (or "Astra"), and in fact details a battle on the moon with an "Asvin" (or "Atlantean" airship.)

This is but a small bit of recent evidence of anti-gravity and aerospace technology used by Indians. To really understand the technology, we must go much further back in time.

The so-called "Rama Empire" of Northern India and Pakistan developed at least fifteen thousand years ago on the Indian sub-continent and was a nation of many large, sophisticated cities, many of which are still to be found in the deserts of Pakistan, northern, and western India.

Rama existed, apparently, parallel to the Atlantean civilization in the mid-Atlantic Ocean, and was ruled by "enlightened Priest-Kings" who governed the cities, The seven greatest capital cities of Rama were known in classical Hindu texts as "The Seven Rishi Cities."

According to ancient Indian texts, the people had flying machines which were called "Vimanas." The ancient Indian epic describes a Vimana as a double-deck, circular aircraft with portholes and a dome, much as we would imagine a flying saucer.

It flew with the "speed of the wind" and gave forth a "melodious sound." There were at least four different types of Vimanas; some saucer shaped, others like long cylinders ("cigar shaped airships"). The ancient Indian texts on Vimanas are so numerous, it would take volumes to relate what they had to say. The ancient Indians, who manufactured these ships themselves, wrote entire flight manuals on the control of the various types of Vimanas, many of which are still in existence, and some have even been translated into English.

The Samara Sutradhara is a scientific treatise dealing with every possible angle of air travel in a Vimana. There are 230 stanzas dealing with the construction, take-off, cruising for thousand of miles, normal and forced landings, and even possible collisions with birds.

In 1875, the Vaimanika Sastra, a fourth century B.C. text written by Bharadvajy the Wise, using even older texts as his source, was rediscovered in a temple in India. It dealt with the operation of Vimanas and included information on the steering, precautions for long flights, protection of the airships from storms and lightening and how to switch the drive to "solar energy" from a free energy source which sounds like "anti-gravity."

The Vaimanika Sastra (or Vymaanika-Shaastra) has eight chapters with diagrams, describing three types of aircraft, including apparatuses that could neither catch on fire nor break. It also mentions 31 essential parts of these vehicles and 16 materials from which they are constructed, which absorb light and heat; for which reason they were considered suitable for the construction of Vimanas.

This document has been translated into English and is available by writing the publisher:
VYMAANIDASHAASTRA AERONAUTICS by Maharishi Bharadwaaja, translated into English and edited, printed and published by Mr. G. R. Josyer, Mysore, India, 1979 (sorry, no street address). Mr. Josyer is the director of the International Academy of Sanskrit Investigation located in Mysore.
There seems to be no doubt that Vimanas were powered by some sort of "anti-gravity."

Vimanas took off vertically, and were capable of hovering in the sky, like a modern helicopter or dirigible. Bharadvajy the Wise refers to no less than 70 authorities and 10 experts of air travel in antiquity. These sources are now lost.

Vimanas were kept in a Vimana Griha, a kind of hanger, and were sometimes said to be propelled by a yellowish-white liquid, and sometimes by some sort of mercury compound, though writers seem confused in this matter. It is most likely that the later writers on Vimanas, wrote as observers and from earlier texts, and were understandably confused on the principle of their propulsion.

The "yellowish-white liquid" sounds suspiciously like gasoline, and perhaps Vimanas had a number of different propulsion sources, including combustion engines and even "pulse-jet" engines. It is interesting to note, that the Nazis developed the first practical pulse-jet engines for their V-8 rocket "buzz bombs."

Hitler and the Nazi staff were exceptionally interested in ancient India and Tibet and sent expeditions to both these places yearly, starting in the 30’s, in order to gather esoteric evidence that they did so, and perhaps it was from these people that the Nazis gained some of their scientific information!

According to the Dronaparva, part of the Mahabarata, and the Ramayana, one Vimana described was shaped like a sphere and born along at great speed on a mighty wind generated by mercury. It moved like a UFO, going up, down, backwards and forwards as the pilot desired.

In another Indian source, the Samar, Vimanas were,
"iron machines, well-knit and smooth, with a charge of mercury that shot out of the back in the form of a roaring flame."
Another work called the Samaranganasutradhara describes how the vehicles were constructed. It is possible that mercury did have something to do with the propulsion, or more possibly, with the guidance system.

Curiously, Soviet scientists have discovered what they call "age-old instruments used in navigating cosmic vehicles" in caves in Turkestan and the Gobi Desert. The "devices" are hemispherical objects of glass or porcelain, ending in a cone with a drop of mercury inside.

It is evident that ancient Indians flew around in these vehicles, all over Asia, to Atlantis presumably; and even, apparently, to South America. Writing found at Mohenjodaro in Pakistan (presumed to be one of the "Seven Rishi Cities of the Rama Empire") and still undeciphered, has also been found in one other place in the world: Easter Island!

Writing on Easter Island, called Rongo-Rongo writing, is also undeciphered, and is uncannily similar to the Mohenjodaro script. Was Easter Island an air base for the Rama Empire’s Vimana route?

(At the Mohenjo-Daro Vimana-drome, as the passenger walks down the concourse, he hears the sweet, melodic sound of the announcer over the loudspeaker,
"Rama Airways flight number seven for Bali, Easter Island, Nazca, and Atlantis is now ready for boarding. Passengers please proceed to gate number..")
In Tibet, no small distance, and speaks of the "fiery chariot" thusly:
"Bhima flew along in his car, resplendent as the sun and loud as thunder... The flying chariot shone like a flame in the night sky of summer ... it swept by like a comet... It was as if two suns were shining. Then the chariot rose up and all the heaven brightened."
In the Mahavira of Bhavabhuti, a Jain text of the eighth century culled from older texts and traditions, we read:
"An aerial chariot, the Pushpaka, conveys many people to the capital of Ayodhya. The sky is full of stupendous flying-machines, dark as night, but picked out by lights with a yellowish glare"
The Vedas, ancient Hindu poems, thought to be the oldest of all the Indian texts, describe Vimanas of various shapes and sizes:
the "ahnihotra-vimana" with two engines, the "elephant-vimana" with more engines, and other types named after the kingfisher, ibis and other animals.
Unfortunately, Vimanas, like most scientific discoveries, were ultimately used for war.

Atlanteans used their flying machines, "Vailixi," a similar type of aircraft, to literally try and subjugate the world, it would seem, if Indian texts are to be believed. The Atlanteans, known as "Asvins" in the Indian writings, were apparently even more advanced technologically than the Indians, and certainly of a more war-like temperament.

Although no ancient texts on Atlantean Vailixi are known to exist, some information has come down through esoteric, "occult" sources which describe their flying machines. Similar, if not identical to Vimanas, Vailixi were generally "cigar shaped" and had the capability of maneuvering underwater as well as in the atmosphere or even outer space. Other vehicles, like Vimanas, were saucer shaped, and could apparently also be submerged.

According to Eklal Kueshana, author of "The Ultimate Frontier," in an article he wrote in 1966, Vailixi were first developed in Atlantis 20,000 years ago, and the most common ones are,
"saucer-shaped of generally trapezoidal cross-section with three hemispherical engine pods on the underside."
"They use a mechanical antigravity device driven by engines developing approximately 80,000 horse power."
The Ramayana, Mahabarata and other texts speak of the hideous war that took place, some ten or twelve thousand years ago between Atlantis and Rama using weapons of destruction that could not be imagined by readers until the second half of this century.

The ancient Mahabharata, one of the sources on Vimanas, goes on to tell the awesome destructiveness of the war:
"...(the weapon 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...

An iron thunderbolt,
A gigantic messenger of death,
Which reduced to ashes
The entire race of the Vrishnis
And the Andhakas.

... the corpses were so burned
As to be unrecognizable.
The hair and nails fell out;
Pottery broke without apparent cause,
And the birds turned white.

... After a few hours
All foodstuffs were infected...
... to escape from this fire
The soldiers threw themselves in streams
To wash themselves and their equipment..."
It would seem that the Mahabharata is describing an atomic war! References like this one are not isolated; but battles, using a fantastic array of weapons and aerial vehicles are common in all the epic Indian books. One even describes a Vimana-Vailix battle on the Moon! The above section very accurately describes what an atomic explosion would look like and the effects of the radioactivity on the population. Jumping into water is the only respite.

When the Rishi City of Mohenjodaro was excavated by archeologists in the last century, they found skeletons just lying in the streets, some of them holding hands, as if some great doom had suddenly overtaken them. These skeletons are among the most radioactive ever found, on a par with those found at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Ancient cities whose brick and stone walls have literally been vitrified, that is-fused together, can be found in India, Ireland, Scotland, France, Turkey and other places. There is no logical explanation for the vitrification of stone forts and cities, except from an atomic blast.

Furthermore, at Mohenjo-Daro, a well planned city laid on a grid, with a plumbing system superior to those used in Pakistan and India today, the streets were littered with "black lumps of glass." These globs of glass were discovered to be clay pots that had melted under intense heat!

With the cataclysmic sinking of Atlantis and the wiping out of Rama with atomic weapons, the world collapsed into a "stone age" of sorts, and modern history picks up a few thousand years later. Yet, it would seem that not all the Vimanas and Vailixi of Rama and Atlantis were gone. Built to last for thousands of of years, many of them would still be in use, as evidenced by Ashoka’s "Nine Unknown Men" and the Lhasa manuscript.

That secret societies or "Brotherhoods" of exceptional, "enlightened" human beings would have preserved these inventions and the knowledge of science, history, etc., does not seem surprising.

Many well known historical personages including Jesus, Buddha, Lao Tzu, Confucius, Krishna, Zoroaster, Mahavira, Quetzalcoatl, Akhenaton, Moses, and more recent inventors and of course many other people who will probably remain anonymous, were probably members of such a secret organization.

It is interesting to note that when Alexander the Great invaded India more than two thousand years ago, his historians chronicled that at one point they were attacked by "flying, fiery shields" that dove at his army and frightened the cavalry. These "flying saucers" did not use any atomic bombs or beam weapons on Alexander’s army however, perhaps out of benevolence, and Alexander went on to conquer India.

It has been suggested by many writers that these "Brotherhoods" keep some of their Vimanas and Vailixi in secret caverns in Tibet or some other place is Central Asia, and the Lop Nor Desert in western China is known to be the center of a great UFO mystery. Perhaps it is here that many of the airships are still kept, in underground bases much as the Americans, British and Soviets have built around the world in the past few decades.

Still, not all UFO activity can be accounted for by old Vimanas making trips to the Moon for some reason. Undoubtedly, some are from the Military Governments of the world, and possibly even from other planets.

Monday, May 07, 2012

Mayans and Tamilans - Who Brought The Mayans To Mexico

[Right: A beach in the Konkan.] The time is about 1,500 BC. A fleet of Tamil ships in some harbor of the Konkan or Kankon, a beautiful white sand coastline stretching from todayís Maharasthra to the southern tip of Western India, raises anchor and sails south to what is now the large island nation of Ceylon (todayís Sri Lanka). Their goal is to sail to Patala or what is now Mexico and Meso-America, leaving emigrant settlers there. During their stay in Ceylon, they recruit skilled stone workers, skilled craftsmen, and temple builders in the province of Maya, to build a new Tamil civilization over or alongside an Akkad-type (Sumerian) civilization that was already in Meso-America: that of the Olmecs or Olman. [Right: Zikharis in Konkan.] The ancient Tamils were international traders and colonizers. Wherever they went in the world, they left an unmistakable imprint of their presence, such as place names, foods, games, and temple buildings. Their temple buildings were usually zikharis (tiered or pyramidical temple platforms). Often, small entrances or temples were located on each tier, but not always. On the top tier, there was always a temple. On top if it often stood an ornate rectangular steeple. However, circular domes or single spires often stood on top of the temple as well. Zikharis usually varied in appearance, according to the Dravidian or Tamil-derived cultures of the host nations. But one thing never changed: the unmistakable presence of Tamil influence.
[Right: Kanchipuram Temple.]

Before continuing with this article, I must clarify who the Phoenicians really were. I first learned about these people who settled the earth, about whom modern man knows nearly nothing, from the 19th century British Orientalist George Rawlinsonís book, Phoenicia. He was considered as the leading authority on these hardy mariners. But even he was off base. He said that the Phoenicians had no definite homeland but occupied trading ports all over the Middle East. In the Western hemisphere, they were called Puni but did not usually answer to that name. Furthermore, he said they were a Mediterranean people. Yet, in studying Hindu history, I discovered that they also existed in Central Asia and India. But there, they were called Pani. Not even in India did they call themselves Pani.
In his brief but enlightening little book, The Rig Veda ñ a History, Bengali historian, Rajeswar Gupta, stated: ìÖin ancient times the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea were connected together by a strait through which the Phoenicians and Aryan trading ships entered the MediterraneanÖAs that passage silted up the connection between India and Europe broke off.î (p. 4.)
Had Professor Gupta been more acquainted with the Turkish-related nations in Central Asia, he wouldíve realized that the Phoenicians and Aryans were the same people. The Phoenicians in the Middle East eventually lost their awareness of being Dravidians, separating themselves in many small city coastal states.
Even today, the Turkish peoples call themselves Ari. The forefathers of the Turkish peoples also called themselves Pancha (Five) Krishtayas (The Original Five Races of Mankind).
Like me, Professor Gupta intuited that the Phoenicians had originated in Central Asia. Herodotus, the Greek Historian, did not mention the Phoenicians as being a disorganized collection of city states, but as a single political entity. I intuited that the original Phoenicia was Anatolia (Turkey) and Bulgaria. Greece was at one time a part of Phoenicia but later broke away. Even now the Greeks are a great sea people as are the Turks. As a matter of fact, the famed Piri Reis 6000 years old map of the world was made from older Turkish maps. The Mercateur map is another example.


If the Panis or Punis did not call themselves by those names, what do those similar terms mean? This anomaly perplexed me because the word exists in nearly all the languages of the world, even in Meso-America. It is a fact that Panama was named after them because it was and is a passage allowing boats to cross it. To find out what the term Pani meant, I consulted the book, The Civilized Demons, the Harappans in Rig Veda, by Malati J. Shendge: ìThey participated in the international trade, taking the caravans from place to place, supplying goods according to demand by bringing them from places where they were in surplus. (p. 222.) In short, it means ìtraffic; moving from one place to another.î The same meaning is found in the Nahuatl language: pan (external location); pano; opano (crossing to the other side), etc. (See Angel Maria Garibayís Llave del Nahuatl.) Even in our English language, the prefix ìpanî means roughly the same thing: ìall-encompassing; everywhere, etc.î


Many people find it difficult to accept that even the Akkad or Sumerians were Turkish. The Akkads (Sumerians) were Phoenicians. known also as Kads, Khatti, etc., Originally, they were a Turkish (Kur, Tur, Tul, Tol, etc.) people from what our Bible calls Eden, the Akkadian word for the Steppes (Central Asia). Before the Great Flood, the Steppes or Eden was regarded as an earthly paradise. However, when the Great Flood inundated what are now the Altai, Tannu (Tiva, Teva, or Tuva), and Khakassia Turkish republics, the survivors had to build their civilization all over again. Many fled to what is now India, becoming Indians themselves, joining the eastern part of the Northern and southern hemisphere as a single nation. Many of the post-flood tribes had been reduced to savagery. The Aryans or Kurs (Turks) could not rehabilitate them. A Bulgarian king, known in Indian mythology as the god of gold, good fortune and treasure, Kubera (Khyber, Kheever, or the biblical Heber) decided to banish them to Lanka. He and his followers, the Yakhus or Yakshas, thought they would thrive more peacefully in that fertile, tropical country. However, not even there would they civilize themselves. With the exception of the Mayans of Altai and some Huna (Hunnish or Mongol) tribes, most of the incorrigible nomadic tribes, called Rakshasas and Pisacas, preferred to exist in the depths of degradation.
The Kubera people were called Nagas or Chans because the snake was their emblem. According to the Ramayana, they peopled the world, taking about 10,000 years to do so. Kubera and his Yakhsas, along with the Mayans I have already mentioned, then killed as many Rakshasas and Pisacas as possible, taking the survivors to Patala.
In his book, Remedy the Frauds in Hinduism, historian Kuttikhat Purushothoma Chon mentioned the Siberian origin of the Mayans. ìMaya architects are mentioned in our epic Mahabharata. Maya people are in Siam and East Asia. There is a place called Mayyavad in Kerala. The Uttar Pradesh people have the meaning of Mayya as mother in phrases like ëGanga ki Mayya.í There is a vast area in Russian East Siberia as well as a river by name Maya.î (p. 28.)
The Cologne Sanskrit Lexicon defines the Maya as mathematicians (measurers), astronomers, military strategists, magicians, wise-men, and builders. Our Mesoamerican Mayans definitely fit this description.
Malati J. Shendge said that the Panis, Asuras, Yakshas, and Mayans were partners in a common cause.


Russian scientists have recently discovered that the DNA of people from the Siberian Khakassia and Altai regions bordering on Tuva (also known as Tannu, Tiva and Teva). The Mayans are supposed to have originated in Altai. Later, the Kubera hordes took them to Ceylon where they became a great people. To date, little research has been done on the DNA of the Tuvans. The Russian scientists believe that the people of Tuva may have even a higher DNA match with Amerindians. All that is remaining now is to test the DNA of Mayans in other Asian lands, also that of our own Mayans, the Inca Nahua, Maya, and Mayo clans, as well as that of the Mexican Yaquis (Yakhs?) and Mayo (Maya)-two tribes speaking the same language.

Malati J. Shendge says that the Asura empire governed the Indus Valley (Western India): ìÖthese peoplesÖwere well-versed in agriculture, technology, engineering, sea-faring and trade and had established a control on river waters by setting up dams and irrigation canals.î (The Civilized Demons, p. 289,) Within this context, even the Phoenicians were Asuras.

That the Aryans living in the coastal lands of Western India were dark-skinned Dravidians, there is no doubt. Arrian said in his book Indica: ìThe inhabitants upon the Indus are in their looks and appearance not unlike the Ethiopians. Those upon the southern coast resemble them the most, for they are very black, and their hair is also black; but they are not so flat-nosed, nor have they woolly hair. They, who are more to the north, have a great resemblance to the Egyptians.î
A certain Hindu nationalist group has tried to convince the Hindus that the so-called ìAryan invasionî was a white Europoid lie in order to oppress non-whites. However, they cannot explain why the one hundred fifty million people living in the Turkish-related nations still call themselves Ari (Aryan). Additionally, Krishtayas claimed to be all the races of mankind.
[Right: A group of Tamils honoring my friend T. L. Subash Chandra Bose at a religious meeting. He is the man in the background, wearing a garland of flowers.] Dr. Polyat Kaya, a Turkish professor of historical linguistics, wrote: ìPre-Iranian culture was Turanian culture and civilization before theAryans. Indus civilization was also a Turanian culture like the Sumerian culture was. Dravidian being related to these ancient cultures ties them all together and also to Turkish. They are all agglutinative languages although historians and linguists are conditioned not to mention the name Tur/Turk.î (Istanbul
The traditional garb of Dravidian men has not changed in thousands of years. Like the ancient Assyrians, they wear long flowing skirts reaching to their ankles.
Many scholars agree that Asura was Assyria, an empire extending from West-Central Asia down to the tip of Southwestern India. If I am correct in assuming that the Dravidians were the Asuras, they are mentioned in Genesis as Ashur, son of Shem. (Genesis 10:22.)
The ancient Phoenicians claimed that they originally came from the lands alongside the ìErythean Sea.î The ìErythean Seaî is now the Arabian Ocean,î extending from Pakistan throughout all the western coast of India.

The Olmecs or Olman were the first civilization in Meso-America. Although there are abundant physical and linguistic artifacts of their existence, only the Nahuatl-speaking tribes and the Mayans knew something about the Olmecs or Olman as a people. For certain, we know that they were Turks because Olmak and Olman are the Turkish names for Adam. Perhaps they called themselves thusly because they were the first inhabitants of Mexico.
[Right: Artistís idea of what the ancient Olmec city of La Venta looked like.] The Olmecs supposedly entered Western Mexico in boats, crossing the then navigable Isthmus of Tehuantepec. They first settled on the east coast of Veracruz by the river Papaloapan. The Nahuatl-speaking people couldnít pronounce ìB.î Papaloapan was probably Babalu-apan (Babylonian Crossing).
The Olmecsí Zikhari (Temple Mounts) were similar to those of the Sumerian Zigurrats and with virtually the same name: Zicualli and Zacualli. Because the Nahuatl tribes couldnít say ìL,î it was probably a dialectical version of Zigurrat: Zicuari.
[Left: A central Asian Ziggurat with upper elevations eroded by centuries.] Hundreds of years after settling on the coast, they moved in to the central highlands of Mexico and as far northward as the present-day state of San Luis Potosi. Traces of them may eventually be found as far as Southwestern United States.
As they multiplied and spread out, they eventually forgot they were Olmecs and Olman. About all they could remember is that they came to America in boats: Nava or Nauvak (Nahua or Nauwak), ìship people.î
Eventually, Nauvak changed to Anauwak (no longer ship people). Even today, the Nahuatl word Anahuac means ìbetween two waters.î The Nahuatl-speaking tribes also called themselves Toltec, derived from Toltika, meaning ìSons of Tulan or Turan.î When the Spaniards arrived in Mexico, the Aztecs called them ìTules,î thinking they, too, were Turks.

[Above: Map of Tula in Siberian Russia. Did the Aztecs come from this Tula?]
They and the Sumerians prayed to the same mother goddess:

Southern Persia, Afghanistan, and Pakistan had several different names: Sivapuri (The Region of God Shiva), Sivabhu (Sacred Land of Shiva), Sivapuni (The Purity of Shiva), and Shivulba (The Womb, Origin, or Cave of Shiva). The Pueblo Indians called their underworld or place of origin Sibapu or Sibapuni; for the Mayans, it was Shibalba, their "underworld" and place of the gods. The linguistic and functional similarities of the Hindu Sivabhu, Sivapuni, and Shivulba with the Puebloan Sibapu, Sivapuni, and the Mayan Shivalba (Xibalba) are too nearly exact to be coincidences.
[Right: The "Sumerian" Statue in Tepoztlan, Morelos.]
A Tepe was a low, steep hill surrounded by a village. The Tepe was used both as a fortress in case of attack and as a religious center honoring the villageís special deity-often a mother goddess. A few of the many hundreds of Tepes scattered over Sivabhu, even into the Middle East, are Tepe Yaya, Tepe Ya, Tepe Kilize, Tepe Liman, Tepe Catal, Tepe Godin, Tepe Cora, etc.
Mexico is the only region outside the Middle East and Central Asia, where we find hundreds of these combination protective and holy hills called Tepes. Some of these are Tepatit·n, Tuxtepec, Tepec, Tepic, Mazatepec, Tepetatas, Tepantita, Tepetzintla, Tepuste, Tepetlix, Tepetlalco, ad infinitum.
In ancient Sivabhu, the deities located at the tops of these tepes were called Yah, Yakh, Yakhu, Yaksha, Yakshi etc., meaning ìGuardian Angel.î The leading Mexican Yakshi (female guardian angel) had her sanctuary atop what is now Tepeyac (Hill of the Guardian Angel) in Mexico City. She is now the Virgin of Guadalupe.
Eventually, the non-Olmec tribes in Mexico, if there were ever any at all, copied their civilization after them. The Aztecs claimed that they had once lived in what are now the Florida Cays. When their city went under water, a sea-faring group saved them, dumping them on the Mexican mainland. In their annals, they said they adopted the civilization of the people already there.
The Nahuatl-speaking tribes and the Mayans told the Spaniards that a people called Tamoan-chan or Tamuan-chan also mixed with the Olmecs. These would be people from some part of Oceania, such as Samoa or New Zealand. (See Garibayís Llave del Nahuatl.) The word ìChanî meant ìPlace of Snakesî
In the 1950s, I visited a strange rock formation near Tepoztlan, Morelos, resembling a badly eroded Sumerian statue. Some people think it is just a natural formation, but I do not. There are other man-made formations near it, that are definitely not Aztec.

I am now ready to return to the hypothetical voyage of Tamils to America. They probably used two types of maps. The map below-left shows Mt. Meru with petals pointing in four directions. The left petal points toward a distant land called Ketumal or Chetumal. In order to reach that land, they had to go eastward in order to avoid sailing around the tip of Africa. They knew where they were going, for they had been there before! The map below-right was their own map of the world.

The Mayans said that the land of their forefathers lay 150 days westward.
When the Tamils arrived in North America, they crossed over to what is now the Caribbean Sea, through the Isthmus of Panama (The Great Crossing). After coming out the other side, they docked in the safe harbor of Chetumal. It still bears the same name. Chetumal harbor is in Belize. Belize derives from Belisha (God Shiva).
[Right: Photo of Chetumal harbor in Belize.]Later, they left Chetumal, sailing up the coast to a place reminding them of the beauty of their old home in Konkan. They dropped anchor and made their first home in America there. Not surprisingly, they decided to name their new home Kankun (Cancun). After thousands of years, the last syllable has barely changed in pronunciation.

[Left: Beach scene in Tulum, Cancun area. Right: Map showing their voyage from Chetumal to Cancun.]
When the Tamils settled in Yucat·n, they built their typical zikharis, such as those of Tikal and Palenque. At Tikal, they stained their stone monuments a reddish color, just as they had done back in the Konkan.

[Left: A Tikal Zikhari. Right: A Pelenque Zikhari.]
People are surprised to see stone images of elephants in Mayan country, such as the following one in Copan. It may be a reminder of the elephants in India.
[Right: Stone etching of a Hindu mahout, complete with turban, riding on the head of an elephant.] Some authorities, who do not agree with me that the Mayans came from abroad, think Southern Mexico once had elephants. The truth is that they worshiped a long-nosed god (Chac) or elephant, just as the Hindu Tamils worshiped the elephant-headed Ganesha in India.
Chak was the long-nosed Mayan God of thunder, lightning, rain, and crops. His elephantine trunk sprayed water on the earth. His equivalent in other parts of the world was Zeus, Dyaus, Jupiter, Ca, Jah, Ju, Jahve, Jehova Jeho, Sakh, Sagg, Sa-ga-ga, Sakko, Zagg, Zax. a.k.a. Zeus, is often depicted holding a serpentine thunderbolt and a grail, or someone is handing it to him. The Mayan Chak is equally depicted.

The Mayan god Chac.
They gave several names that directly and indirectly identified Ceylon: Shilanka (Xilanca) - an ancient name of Ceylon (Zeilan-Ka).
Shikalanka (Xicalanca) - Ceylon. In Tamil, Shikalam.
Itzamna was one of their culture heroes. He claimed to have come from a western country. Isham, meaning 'Tiger, ""Land of Gold," was a Dravidian name of Ceylon. The Na in Isham-na is an honorific.
Ishbalanka (Xbalanca), another culture hero. In Tamil, it means "Shiva of Lanka." India's God Shiva was supposed to have made the footprint on top of Adam's Peak in today's Sri Lanka.
Shibalba, The Mayan underworld. This word stems From the Sanskrit Shivulba, meaning ìfrom the fountainhead of God Shiva-Mt. Meru, in India.î
Palenke (Palenque). This name derives from the Tamil Pal-Lanka, meaning "Protectorate of Lanka." Ancient Lanka was Indiaís ìAtlantis.î
The Yaxilan (Yakshilan) Mayan ruins. This name means ìThe Ceylon Yakhsî in Sanskrit.
Ceren, a name of Ceylon. Some Mayan ruins in El Salvador are called Ceren.
Lacandon, a tribe of Yucatan. India's god Kubera banished the Laks, a Tartarian Huna or Rakshasha tribe from Northern India to Ceylon, giving the country one of its many names and becoming the Lakan or Lakam people. The Don in Lacan-don derives from Dan (Tannu or Dannu?). (See the online Cologne Sanskrit and Tamil dictionaries for comparison of ancient Ceylon names with those of Mayan tribes and places.)
Ancient Ceylon was divided into three provinces: Maya, the central division of the island; Ruhuna (Soul of Huna Land), and Pihitee, the northernmost of the three. The Ceylonese Maya were known for their impressive astronomical knowledge, architectural marvels, temples, and irrigation ponds. (Reference: The History of Ceylon, by William Knighton, first published in Colombo Ceylon, in 1845.)
One of the names of Ceylon's cult religions was Mayon. It still exists among a few aboriginals living on the island.
Most of the Rakshasa and Pisaca bad boys were Tartarian Hunas, They came from Huna-Bhu, meaning ìHunas (Tartars) from the Sacred Land around Mt. Meru.î Many of these tribes were cannibalistic, given to intertribal fighting, practitioners of human sacrifice in their religious rites, flattened the foreheads of their babies, took scalps in battle, and observed other customs attributed to many Amerindian tribes. The Mayans remember them as the culture hero, Hunapu (Huna-Bhu?).
Had the natives of Meso-America been able to pronounce the "ST" combination, today's Yucatan would be Yucasthan (Yakhuthan?). Even today, many Mexican Indians and peasants cannot pronounce this combination. For example, instead of CÛmo est·? (How are you?), they can only say, "øCÛmo t·?"
Guatemala derives from Sanskrit Guadhaamala, meaning Guha (Cosmic Intelligence) + Dha (Serpentine) + Amala (Umbilical Cord), the Sacred Umbilical Cord Linking Western Asia and India with Meso-America. Besides the Ceylonese and Tamil tribal names Yakkha, Maya, and Lak in Maya country, there are also the Lenca and Rama tribes. The Mayan lowlands are even called Guanacaste, meaning The Western Enlightened Nagas. It is assumed that the Olmecs spoke Nahuatl because of the place-names they left behind. The Olmecs called the Maya country in Southeastern Veracruz, Coatzacoalcos (Snake Sanctuary). Snake Sanctuary was none other than the home of the Western or American Nagas.
ìOriginally, the Asuras or Nagas were not only a civilized people, but a maritime powerÖ,Kadru, the mother of serpents, compelled Garuda (the Eagle or Hawk) to serve her sons by transporting them across the sea to a beautiful land, which was inhabited by Nagas. The Asuras (Nagas) were expert navigators who possessed very considerable naval resources and had founded upon distant coasts.î (The Encircled Serpent by M. Oldfield, p. 47.)
Even today, the Mexican flag has an Eagle with a serpent in its mouth, representing the arrival of the ancient Mexicans to Meso-America. It also represents the arrival of the Meshika to what is now Mexico City.
[Right: Mexican flag.] The Tamils and all the tribes of Meso-America, from Mexico to Panama, played the same board game: Pachesi. The Meso-Americans called it by a linguistically similar name: Patolli. (Note: CH and T are linguistically similar. LL was the only way the Renaissance Spaniards could approximate the sounds of Z and J. This proves that Patolli derived from Pachesi.) I myself saw a Patolli board game at the National Museum of Costa Rica, in San Jose.


[Above Left: Mr. Subash Bose displays an ancient Tamil Pachesi board kept as a relic in the temple of his area. The Tamils and all the tribes of Meso-America, from Mexico to Panama, played the same board game: Pachesi. Right
: The Meso-Americans called it by a linguistically similar name: Patolli. (Note: CH and T are linguistically similar. LL was the only way the Renaissance Spaniards could approximate the sounds of Z and J. This proves that Patolli derived from Pachesi.) I myself saw a Patolli board game at the National Museum of Costa Rica, in San Jose.]

The Tamils and Turks even gave some of their favorite dishes to the ancient Mexicans, and with the same names! I will name just two of them: Tamales and Corundas. The ancient Tamils were known as Tamils or Tamals. One of their favorite foods was a type of paste or filling wrapped in bamboo husk. Even in Tamil Nadu it is called Tamal. The Michoacanos have a similar triangular shaped tamal called Corunda. In Turkic it would be kur-unda (Turkic dough).
My Tamil Nadu friend, Mr. Subash Bose, pointed out to me the fact that Hindus often worship cobras and that the Mayans worshipped rattlesnakes. He said that Mayan huts look exactly like those in Tamil Nadu.
The Kuberas even gave their name to North America. The Meso-Americans told the Spaniards that North America was Quivira (Land of the Khyber People).
Most of us have heard of the Mayan holy book, Chilam Balam. Chilan or Chilam is a title of Mayan priests. Balam is the Mayan name for Jaguar. In Sanskrit, Cheilan = Ceylonese and Vyalam = tiger; lion; hunting leopard. ìJaguarî probably stems from the Sanskrit Higkara, meaning Tiger-like or ìsounding like a tiger.î
The Mayans called their ìQuetzalcoatlî Kukulcan and Gukumats. These names appear to derive directly from the Turkic language. Kuk or Gok derived from the Turkic Gog and Gok, names of ancient Turkish tribes. Ulu means ìhigh placed.î Mats derives from Masi, the Turkic word for ìMessiah.î Khan is a Turkic word for ìKing.î Therefore, Kukulcan=Gogulkhan (The Revered King of Gog.) Gukumats=Gokumasi (The Revered Gok Messiah).
The presence of Dravidian, Turkic, and Sanskrit words in America shouldnít surprise anyone, for the Aryans and Indians (Ramanaka) traveled together throughout the world. In his book, El OrÌgen de los Indios, the Spanish priest, Gregorio PÈrez, wrote that the Caribbean Indians said that their founding fathers were the Kuru-Rumani.
Some Dravidians think Sanskrit sprang from Dravidian, but my research does not indicate this. Many of the Turks also spoke Aramaic, for at one time it was more generally spoken than it is now. The Turkish linguist, Professor Polyat Kaya, states that such languages as Sanskrit, Dravidian, Hebrew, Chinese, and many others are anagrams derived from Turkish. He also said that the Mayan language derives from Turkish.
In this article, I have just presented a tiny part of the evidence in my possession, pointing to the Indian and Ceylonese origins of the Mayans. I have decided to end this article by recounting what the Jesuit priest Francisco Xavier Clavigero wrote in Volume I of his Historia Antigua de Messico (Ancient History of Mexico). Clavigero said that the Chiapaneco Mayans told him that a grandson of Noah, Votan, took people to people America. He was from the Chan (Naga or Serpent) tribe. They said that he came from the East, bringing seven groups with him. Two other leaders (Groups?) had also previously brought in settlers: Igh and Imox. He built a great city, now known as Palenque, call ìNauchan,î meaning City of the Serpents. When Noah emerged from the Ark, he and his people built their first city, calling it Nashan (The Noachide Chan).
Votan founded three tributary monarchies called Tulan, Mayapan, and Chiquimala. The ruins of Tulan are those of Tula, Hidalgo, Mexico. Mayapan is the Yucatan peninsula itself. I have not yet located the region of Chiquimala. Perhaps it is Guatemala or the Mayan province of Tzequil.
Like many Europoids ignorant of India and its history, Clavigero tried to place them in Cartagena, Africa, Rome, and even Spain. But he at least intuited that the early Mayan settlers were Phoenicians.
Had he been more knowledgeable about ancient India and Ceylon, he would have known that they were Ceylonese, for in Tamil, VALAM POTAM means ìPlace of Boats.î Valam Potan (Ceylon) was located between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, where the trade winds are. The differences between Valum Votan and Valam Potam are trivial.
Notice the following map showing the sea and land routes of the ancient Tamils. Below it, youíll notice the words Oceanus Indicus (Indian Ocean). The ancient maps which the Spaniards used to get to America showed the same terms: Mar Indica; Oceanus Indica. From where did they obtain those maps showing that the eastern end of Oceanus Indica was America?

Map showing the land and sea routes of the ancient Tamils.
The stone heads staring at the sea, from the shores of Easter Island, tell us a lot about the ancient sailors theyíre supposed to represent. Notice their ìheadpieces.î Could they be Tamil turbans?

The stone heads of Easter Island.
Many people donít know that the Mayans and Toltecs werenít the only immigrants who entered the Americas through Chetumal, the ìPlymouth Rockî of many American Indians. I can name several United States Indian tribes who also landed there. Their origin stories say so in plain words.
In view of what I have said in this article, who is better qualified to identify the origins of our American Indians? Our Europoid academics? Or the Turks, Hindus, and American Indians?
All kinds of speculations have been made, many mystical, about the ancient sea-farers known as Wotan, Woden, the German Wuotan, the Yap Island Paathan, and the Philipine Bataan. Even today, a large tribe of Pakistanis are called Pathan. Votan was never a single person. He was really a ìnation of sailors.î This ancient nation of sailors and adventurers is still with us: The Dravidian Tamils!

A Tamil ship.
As with Geneís Viewzone article about the biblical Mesechs, this article will also be a chapter in an upcoming book he is preparing about the origins of our Amerindians. His latest book, What Strange Mystery Unites the Turkish Nations, India, Catholicism, and Mexico?, can also provide interested readers with some fascinating insights about the ancient world.

Samsung Galaxy Note - My Mobile

About Samsung
South Korean multinational company Samsung has been one of the most sought-after electronic brands for decades now, with a wide range of products with cutting-edge technology including LCD TVs, smart phones, notebooks, digital cameras, home appliances and more. The Samsung Group was founded in 1938 by Lee Byung-chull. According to the founder, the meaning of the Korean word Samsung is ‘tristar’ or ‘three stars’. The word "three" represents something ‘big, numerous and powerful’; the ‘stars’ mean eternity.

Headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul, the firm comprises several subsidiaries like Samsung Electronics, Samsung Heavy Industries, Samsung Engineering and Samsung C&T, and more. The company is said to have a powerful influence on South Korea's economic development, politics, media and culture.

Samsung Galaxy Note
The Samsung Galaxy Note is an Android smartphone/tablet computer hybrid that was introduced in October 2011. It has attracted attention because of its 5.3-inch screen size – between that of conventional smartphones, and larger tablets – and because of its included stylus.

Key Features:

  • Wi-Fi Direct
  • Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS
  • 8 MP Primary Camera
  • 2 MP Secondary Camera
  • 5.29-inch HD Super AMOLED Touchscreen
  • 1.4 GHz Dual Core ARM Cortex-A9 Processor
  • Full HD Recording
  • S Pen and S Memo

About Product:

The Samsung Galaxy Note is loaded with a powerful 8 megapixel camera with an LED flash to help you take pictures of high quality. This camera supports action shot, beauty, panorama, smile shot, touch focus, and image stabilization features that facilitate an effective and fun photography experience. A secondary 2 megapixel camera on the front of this phone is perfect for self-portraits. An image editor allows you to edit your images to meet your varied needs. You can record Full HD videos on the Samsung Galaxy Note at 1920 x 1080 dot pixel resolution (30 fps).


The Samsung Galaxy Note rolls out with a design and size that mobile markets have seen for the first time. There is an earphone grill at the top, just above the Samsung logo, followed by ambient light and proximity sensors to the right. The front-facing camera is located near the edge of the handset. A single rectangular button at the bottom peeks out from beneath the display, flanked by touch-sensitive backlit return and menu controls.

An accelerometer and digital compass on the Galaxy Note are in place to make handling efficient and convenient. A Barometer Sensor on this phone lets you prepare yourself and keeps you posted with the latest weather updates. On the top right of the sleek silver bezel is the the power button, with a 3.5 mm headphone jack up there too and volume rocker on the left. The micro USB connector is centered at the bottom of this Samsung phone.

Form Bar
Touch Screen Capacitive
Business Features Document Viewer, Document Editor, Pushmail(Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync), Mobile Printing
Call Features Conference Call, Speed Dialing, Loudspeaker, Call Timer, Call Divert
Operating Freq GSM - 850, 900, 1800, 1900; UMTS - 2100
Operating System Android v2.3 (Gingerbread)
User Interface TouchWiz
Java Yes
Processor 1.4 GHz ARM Cortex-A9, Dual Core
Graphics Mali-400 MP
Type HD Super AMOLED
Size 5.29 Inches
Resolution WXGA, 800 x 1280 Pixels
Primary Camera 8 Megapixel
Secondary Camera 2 Megapixel
Flash LED
Video Recording 1920 x 1080, 30 fps
HD Recording HD, Full HD
Zoom Digital Zoom - 4x
Other Camera Features Single Shot, Smile Shot, Beauty, Panorama Shot, Share Shot, Action Shot, Geo-tagging, Auto Focus, Touch Focus, Image Stabilization, White Balance, Smile Detection, Blink Detection, Image Editor
Internet Features Email, Adobe Flash 10.1
Preinstalled Browser Android
GPRS Class 12, 48 kbps
Edge Class 12
3G 21 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA
Wifi 802.11 a/g/b/n
USB connectivity micro USB, v2
Tethering Wi-fi Hotspot
GPS Support A-GPS with Google Maps
Bluetooth V3, Supported Profiles (HS, GAP, SSP, SDAP, HSP, HFP1.5, A2DP, SPP, SAP, OPP, PBAP, MAP, AVRCP 1.3, HID)
Audio Jack 3.5 mm
Music Player Supports MP3, WAV, eAAC+, FLAC, AC3
Video Player Supports MPEG-4, H.263, H.264, DivX, Xvid, WMV, VC-1, 3GP, HD Video Playback
FM With Recording
Sound Enhancements 3D Sound Technology - Earphone Only
Ringtone MP3, WAV, 32 Polyphonic
Type Li-Ion, 2500 mAh
Talktime 26 hrs (2G), 13 hrs (3G)
Standby Time 960 hrs (2G), 820 hrs (3G)
Internal 16 GB
Expandable Memory Slot microSD, upto 32 GB
Size 82.95 x 146.85 x 9.65 mm
Weight 178 g
Sensors Accelerometer, Proximity Sensor, Barometer Sensor, Digital Compass, Light Sensor, Gyroscope
Additional Features S Planner, Kies PC Syn Application, Social Hub, Readers Hub, Music Hub, Flight Mode, Caller ID, Video Recognition, Mobile Tracker, Countdown Timer, Stop Watch, Calculator, Alarm, World Time, MMS, Predictive Text Input, vCard, vCalendar, DNSe Music Library, Video Editor, Video Messaging, Video Streaming, Memo Book, MHL, Voice Input, TV Out Port
Important Apps Google Search, Google Mail, Google Talk, YouTube, Android Market

Hardware and software features
Hardware specifications of the device include:
a dual-core 1.4Ghz Exynos processor or a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S3 processor (AT&T, SK Telecom, KT, LG U+, docomo)
a 5.3” WXGA (1280 x 800) HD Super AMOLED screen
an 8-megapixel main camera that can record 1080p video, and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera
802.11 b/g/n support for Wi-Fi
Quad-band HSPA+ 21Mbit/s 850/900/1900/2100 mobile network support, LTE support for the Korean, Japanese, and North American variants
Global positioning using both the a-GPS and GLONASS systems.
The Galaxy Note includes a stylus which Samsung calls the "S Pen." The stylus tucks into the bottom panel of the phone and can be used in a variety of apps. It can simply replace the use of a finger in situations where precision is needed, but it is also equipped with a "shift" button, which when pressed enables other functions such as grabbing screenshots (which can then be drawn on using the stylus) or for writing sticky notes with drawing/handwriting, text input, and pictures. The stylus uses a Wacom digitiser system which results in accurate pressure-sensitive input.

Samsung released in late November 2011 an SDK (software development kit) for the stylus so developers can write third-party apps that use it for input. Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich", which is expected to be made available for the Galaxy Note in 2012, also includes support for stylus input.

Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) devices in the 1990s used the stylus as a primary input method. Many other touchscreen smartphones in the 2000s also included styluses, although the Galaxy Note is notable in that it has a capacitive touchscreen and a stylus, where as traditionally styluses could only be supported on pressure sensitive resistive touchscreens. The Galaxy Note stylus implementation has been described as high quality.

The Galaxy Note is equipped with Android 2.3 "Gingerbread", but Samsung have said that they will be releasing an upgrade to Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" in the first quarter of 2012. In March 2012, however, Samsung announced that the upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich would be delayed until some time in the second quarter of 2012.  The standard Android user interface is overlaid with Samsung's TouchWiz 4.0 interface, which includes support for the device's stylus, among other features.
Several application programs are pre-loaded on the device. These include the standard Android applications such as email, web browsing, and media playback, as well as some programs aimed mainly at business users, such as Polaris Office, personal information manager software, a note-taking application, and one game, Crayon Physics Deluxe.

Text input
Users can enter text into Samsung Galaxy Note with an on-screen keyboard, with handwriting recognition using the stylus, and with Swype.

The device features an 8-megapixel (2448 x 3264 pixels) main camera with flash on the back panel, and a 2-megapixel (1200 x 1600 pixels) camera on the front, primarily for video phone calls. The clear lens cover of the main camera lies flush with the back panel, exposing it to the same scratches that the panel might suffer, which has been a source of criticism.[10] However, the quality of images captured with the main camera has been praised.[10] Video recording through the main camera is 1080p ("Full HD") at 30 frames per second. Photo-editing and video-editing software is supplied with the device.

Samsung Galaxy Note vs iPhone 4S

If you are in the market for a new smartphone, you are probably aware that there is a mind boggling choice on offer. From budget handsets with basic features, to more powerful mid range handsets, and finally the high end smartphones which come with an array of advanced features, choosing the right smartphone can be quite a task. In this article I will look at the main features to consider when choosing a new smartphone with some examples of handsets which mat fit the bill.

Smartphone screens vary widely between handsets. If this is an important factor for you, you must consider what you intend to use you phone for. If you plan to watch HD movies, play games or create files like spreadsheets, a large screen will be beneficial. The Samsung Galaxy Note has one of the largest screens out there, considered by many to be a smartphone/tablet hybrid. With a 5.3 inch screen with its own smart ‘S-Pen’ it is ideal for any of the aforementioned tasks.

A massive part of the appeal of smartphones is the ability to download applications directly to the handset from the operating system’s respective application catalogue. Undoubtedly the best known is the AppStore which provides apps to Apple devices like the wildly popular iPhone 4S. Android smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note have Google Play (previously known as Android Market), which is quickly catching up to the AppStore in terms of the number of apps it offers. The AppStore however, is renowned for the quality of its apps as well as the diversity of content it offers. If you intend to download lots of apps, a phone like the iPhone 4S would be an ideal choice.

When choosing a new smartphone, many people see the quality of the built in camera as one of the most important features. As far as camera phones go, they do not get better than the Sony Xperia S. With an industry leading 12 megapixel camera, it replaces the need to carry a standalone digital camera thanks to the quality of the images it is able to capture. Also, the phone can capture video footage in a resolution of up to 1080p HD. The iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy Note also feature impressive cameras, both at 8 megapixels. If you are serious about mobile photography, Sony has the ideal handset for you. The iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy Note share an 8 megapixel camera resolution (with 1080p video) which is sure to impress the majority of prospective smartphone buyers.

There is much more to consider when choosing a new smartphone, which I will cover in an upcoming article. The features I have covered so far though are likely to be among the most important for the majority of people.

For a great all round smartphone which can carry out the majority of tasks with ease, I recommend the iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy Note, as both have capable hardware and powerful software in the form of iOS and Android operating systems respectively.

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