from Anomalies Website
An ancient, heavily populated city in Pakistan was instantly destroyed 2,000 years before Christ by an incredible explosion that could only been caused by an atomic bomb. That's the mind bogging conclusion of a British researcher, David Davenport, who spent 12 years studying ancient Hindu scripts and evidence at the site where the great city - Mohenjo Daro once stood.
What was found at the site of Mohenjo Daro corresponds exactly to Nagasaki, declared Davenport, who published his startling findings in an amazing book, "Atomic Destruction in 2000 B.C.", Milan, Italy, 1979. There was an epicenter about 50 yards wide where everything was crystallized, fused or melted, he said.
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Based on his study of many ancient manuscripts, Davenport believes that the end of Mohenjo Daro was tied to a state of war between the aryans and the mongols. Aryans controlled regions where space aliens were mining minerals and exploiting other natural resources, he believes. Because it was a Mongol city, the aliens had agreed to destroy Mohenjo Daro on behalf of the Aryans.
The aliens needed the friendship of the Aryan kings so that they could continue their prospecting and research, explained Davenport.
Mohenjo Daro ruins
The texts tell us that 30,000 inhabitants of the city were given seven days to get out - a clear warning that everything was about to be destroyed. Obviously, some people didn't heed the warning, because 44 human skeletons were found there in 1927, just a few years after the city was discovered.
All the skeletons were flattened to the ground. For example, a father, mother and child were found flattened in the street, facedown and still holding hands. Interestingly, the ancient texts refer repeatedly to the Vimanas, or the flying cars, which fly under their own power, he added.
Davenport's intriguing theory has met with intense interest in the scientific community. Nationally known expert William Sturm said:
Added professor Antonio Castellani, a space engineer in Rome:
Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa, Pakistan:
David Davenport (1996), who spent 12 years studying ancient Hindu scripts and evidence at the ancient site of Mohenjo-Daro, declared in 1996 that the city was instantly destroyed around 2,000 BC. The city ruins reveal the explosion’s epicenter which measures 50 yards wide.
At that location everything was crystallized, fused or melted. Sixty yards from the center the bricks were melted on one side indicating a blast… the horrible mysterious event of 4000 years ago was recorded in the Mahabharata. According to that text,