Plasma weapons used 4,000 years ago in the city of Mohenjo-Daro?

EsplosioneAfter a long preparation, years of study and research, as well as a trip planning directed not to neglect any element of value and interest, last December we began our adventure in PakistanNot without risks, but full of great emotion and a lot of surprises that we met along our way.

Henry Baccarinthe

So a little over a month ago, along with a documentary film crew consisting of the director Diego D'Innocenzo and the Director of Photography Matthew De Angelis, we started our avvenutura completely unaware that we were going to live and experience the beauty of a country incredibly unique .

The result of this work will be aired next & nbsp;March& Nbsp; transmission of & nbsp;BBC2Conducted by Robert Jacob, & nbsp;Voyager.

Trying to retrace the footsteps of a great mystery of the past we have come in some of the oldest archaeological sites in the world, belonging to the people, places & nbsp;Harappa& Nbsp;, and his mysterious civilizations in an attempt to reconstruct the history of & nbsp;David William Davenport, Of his theories and to analyze the & nbsp; references in ancient Indian epics in which he speaks of wars and explosions, & nbsp;Vimana& Nbsp; and highly advanced technologies.

During the making of the documentary, we also had the opportunity to interview several scholars who, for various reasons, we are interested in each other over the years, among them the English writer & nbsp;Graham Hancock, Author of the international bestseller; Dr. & nbsp;Fulvio Terzi, A personal friend of Davenport; & nbsp;Giorgio CerquettiFor decades deep knowledge of Indian mysticism, and finally & nbsp;Mauro Paoletti, Writer and scholar of the mysteries about the past of humanity.

Currently the documentary VOYAGER is in post-production, but we will present the preliminary results of these studies, in the conference to be held in Rome April 28, 2013 at the Pineta Palace Hotel. A lot of work that I hope will be appreciated by all those who feel drawn to these lands, their mysteries and timeless charm emanating.


Undoubtedly, Pakistan still has the two extremes of a society divided between the old traditions and modernity paced, two sides that blend in & nbsp; a unique synergy sometimes conflicting and difficult to describe in words. This experience made me & nbsp; taught even more, however, not to take anything for granted. As I have stated on & nbsp;Facebook, It was essential to analyze and test the "ground" and do not leave anything unfinished.

So the first thing that we studied was the possible environmental radioactivity, mindful of the theories of Davenport. We brought with us a Geiger counter, but in the days spent on the site, we have not found& Nbsp; no& Nbsp; trace of radioactivity (I got to sample a minimum of 3 points equidistant from each other with multiple detections continued for some time).

The undersigned entrance to the archaeological site of Mohenjo Daro and under a sun "hot"!

Equally important, however, was to see how much of Mohenjo Daro (and even more so the so-called 'epicenter') Would be & nbsp; fully sprinkled and glazed pottery cast! I was able to bring with me some rock samples that have already been delivered to the analysis of ritual in parallel while we are at the end of the writing of the book to which we have devoted many years of our studies. But first things first!

The background

I have often treated through the pages of ENIGMA, but not limited to, studies and theories of William David Davenport and who could listen to lectures that I gave on this subject has been able to perceive, at least I hope, the charm that these territories for many years have enjoyed in me. The ability to be able to go personally to the places studied by Davenport and put it back under analysis, and for the first time ever with scientific instruments, as he theorized in 1979 together with the Italian journalist Ettore Vincenti does not constitute a personal achievement but a small step aimed to all those who want to understand and know the nature of anomalous events that occurred in this area in 2000 BC

From left, David W. Davenport, Josyer and Ettore Vincenti

The theory proposed by Davenport is certainly complex and not easy to 'digest' for those who are not accustomed to certain issues publicly and saw the light in the book now unobtainable "2000 a.C .: Atomic Destruction".

During their journey, at the end of the 70s, the two scholars gathered rock samples, pottery and jewelry that were melted and vitrified. No natural event could explain these findings, no human intervention seemed likely to be able to generate such destruction, unless Mohenjo Daro was not really theater for something different, an explosion or something like that which took place 4000 years ago.

Some samples recovered from Davenport and Vincenti where they are clearly visible traces of melting (70)

Of its 100,000 inhabitants, from the 20s to now only 44 skeletons were found, no tombs or graves, bodies that appear as silent witnesses of instant death, still shrouded in mystery, in which archeology has failed to give an explanation, and that in some cases even showed signs of calcination as if they had been exposed to an intense heat source.

Going through these tracks we came in hard to reach places still discovering, perhaps, & nbsp; truth long forgotten. During our shoot at the archaeological site of & nbsp;Mohenjo Daro& Nbsp; explored various areas that immediately were totally scattered from pottery and fused or vitrified brick, as if they were actually exposed to a source of heat is very high.

In the desire not to miss any road so we tried and tried to find a rational explanation for these events but nothing could justify the fact that we had before. Speaking (in English) with some of the makers of the site we could also see that the hypothesis of "waste furnace"Was not able to, I could, to justify the large amount and extent of deformed objects present in the soil, and do not deny that after talking with some of their hypothesis of Davenport does not have remained fascinated.

The extension of the debris and the mystery on their training really seemed to suggest that an unexplained event had hit the town in the remote past.


The radioactivity

As we divide over 4000 years after the event atomic theorized by Davenport, in the event that it had been an explosion of this kind, we would still have had to find traces of its contamination.

In their book Davenport and Vincenti wrote "... & nbsp;the current state of technology only a nuclear device may have been able to simultaneously create a shock wave and heat wave that left the tracks that we recorded in the & nbsp;Mohenjo Daro".

We believe we have found the traces of a possible heat wave, but because the place was not radioactive?

I personally think that the hypothesis was the only nuclear power in the 70s, during the Cold War, could explain and justify what was found but no other element seems to have never proven this assertion. The same analyzes of '79 made Roma do not speak 'never' radioactivity but only vitrification, melting and high temperatures.

The ancient Indian texts also describe weapons whose effects closely resemble those of an atomic explosion but it is equally true that in these same texts speaks specifically of weapons 'energy', defined & nbsp;tejas Astras, Used by 'of during their battles'. If such an event actually occurred is impossible to think that its origin was other than nuclear?

During our research we have identified the legendary weapon, l 'Agneya Astra, & Nbsp; whose description seems to follow faithfully the effects described by Davenport, a weapon that is capable of developing a heat source extremely high as to be able to melt the rocks but equally circumscribed as not to contaminate and destroy totally the affected area.

Here is the description dell'Agneya present in the Drona Parva, the seventh book of the Mahabharata:

"A single projectile charged with all the power of the universe, an incandescent column of smoke and flame, as bright as ten thousand suns, rose in all its splendor. An unknown weapon, an iron thunderbolt, a gigantic messenger of death which reduced to ashes the entire race of Vrishnis and Andhakas".

We could not go to Mohenjo Daro without bringing with us a Geiger detector, the instrument can detect the radioactivity in the environment and provide realistic estimates of the levels on the site. As you can see from the map below we submitted not less than three points of the archaeological complex (which carry some GPS coordinates) to an environmental analysis to try to understand if there were traces or residues of radioactivity as suggested by Davenport.


GPS tracking of surveys carried out by Geiger counter

As our surveys have endured for some time the results were negative, the measured values ​​did not differ from the normal background radioactivity and even the rocks that lined entirely fused or vitrified parts of the site have submitted the minimum emission of radioactivity ( in the next period we will publish the values ​​and tables and analyzes in detail).


Another survey carried Geiger on the evening of December 4, 2012 at Mohenjo Daro, shortly after the previous one. The value of 0.02 mSv / h indicates totally normal levels of environmental radioactivity

I do not deny that initially this outcome has left me in a profound disappointment and bitterness, but I continued in the goals that I set myself conducting further surveys, such as the detection of the ambient magnetic field (totally normal), and starting to study the terrain that stretched under my feet.

If it had been an atomic explosion, as it is now more than 4,000 years, we & nbsp;in any case& Nbsp; discovered the signs and traces of its former presence. An illustrative example is the same as Hiroshima and Nagasaki that, after 60 years since the explosion of the first atomic bombs, they are devoid of environmental radioactivity harmful to humans although there are some areas that still have high values ​​and harmful to human health .


In the case of Hiroshima and Nagasaki explosions occurred at high altitude, at a height of about & nbsp; 580 meters from the ground, for which the zenith of the explosion is not no crater was formed and consequentially the radiation scattered to a greater extent in the surrounding environment rather than interest and persistence in the soil.


Effects of a nuclear explosion at high altitude by 200 kt (kilotons) and damage as the crow flies.

That said, however, the wave generated by the explosion and the fallout that ensued left indelible marks in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and a permanent contamination.

If at Mohenjo Daro had not been a 'nuke' was the undeniable fact that the entire perimeter of the area concerned (epicenter and surrounding areas) were& Nbsp; totally,completelyPervaded by each type of molten rock, brick and glazed pottery and exposed to a high temperature. & Nbsp; The curious thing, as he wrote Davenport, is that the structures in the immediate & nbsp; vicinity of the so-called epicenter are totally non-existent, as you have that is 'mounds' that only a close analysis shows the nature of brick and pottery broken and scattered on the ground.

To the questions raised and the finds joins a new discovery, totally unexpected and effected after our return to Italy, a discovery that seems to further substantiate the possibility of an explosion in antiquity.

This evidence is directly related to the types of molten debris found at Mohenjo Daro and is associated with the most modern technologies of war and to the residue of fusion explosions caused by high intensity and heat generated by them.

We refer to "Trinititi"Stones that make up the remaining melted and vitrified originated after the first atomic tests carried out in 1945 in the United States, but also similar to residues resulting from explosive bombs from above as the BLU-82 (a warhead to 6,800 kg). A comparison between the two types of molten rock that leaves you speechless.

Maybe have been used directed energy weapons, very similar to those laser or plasma weapons?

A parallelism that is so obvious as to warrant necessarily the question of what really had happened at Mohenjo Daro 4000 years ago! & Nbsp;

Here are some samples of pottery and molten rocks photographed at Mohenjo Daro:

Sample # 1 - You can see both the vitrified rocks that those merged with the corresponding bubbles. (Photo by Enrico Baccarini ©)

Sample # 2 - Different varieties of relics found in a sample area circumscribed. You can see shards of amphorae, a vitrified brick and Dovers types of molten rock (Photo by Enrico Baccarini ©)

Sample # 3 - A detail of the previous photo with fragments of broken crockery and in the foreground a piece of a vessel subjected to a high heat with the formation of bubbles. (Photo by Enrico Baccarini ©)

Sample # 4 - fragments of various vessels fused to a strong heat. In the foreground you can see the notch in the bottom of a bowl contora old and deformed by the merger. (Photo by Enrico Baccarini ©)

We have embarked on our journey to find answers and hoping to find evidence of ancient explosions, we have found a common thread that seems to bind the city of Mohenjo Daro, the Vimana and the stories described in the ancient Indian texts.

The journey will continue and deepen many of the subjects covered, for now we would like to conclude by meditating on a phrase that wrote Davenport, & nbsp; "in the past has buried the solution for our future".

Maybe ristudiando our past we can really improve our future, to avoid making the same mistakes and perhaps even learn what the ancients have always said, but we have not yet really wanted to hear.

Anyway you look all April 28, 2013 at the conference organized by the website

Edited by Enrico Baccarini