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The ancient text of Agastya Samhita describes the method of making electric battery, and that water can be split into oxygen and hydrogen.
Modern battery cell resembles Agastya’s method of generating electricity.
For generating electricity, Sage Agastya had used the following material:
1.One earthen pot
4.Wet saw dust
His text says : “Sansthapya Mrinmaya Patre
संस्थाप्य मृण्मये पात्रे ताम्रपत्रं सुसंस्कृतम्।
छादयेच्छिखिग्रीवेन चार्दाभि: काष्ठापांसुभि:॥
दस्तालोष्टो निधात्वय: पारदाच्छादितस्तत:।
संयोगाज्जायते तेजो मित्रावरुणसंज्ञितम्॥
Which means, “Place a well-cleaned copper plate in an earthenware vessel. Cover it first by copper sulfate and then by moist sawdust. After that, put a mercury-amalgamated zinc sheet on top of the sawdust to avoid polarization. The contact will produce an energy known by the twin name of Mitra-Varuna. Water will be split by this current into Pranavayu and Udanavayu. A chain of one hundred jars is said to give a very effective force. (p. 422)”
When a cell was prepared according to Agastya Samhita and measured, it gives open circuit voltage as 1.138 volts, and short circuit current as 23 mA.
Anen Jalbhangosti Prano Daneshu
if we use the power of 100 earthen pots on water, then water will change its form into life-giving oxygen and floating hydrogen.
If hydrogen is contained in an air tight cloth, it can be used in aerodynamics, i.e. it will fly in air. (Today’s Hydrogen Balloon)
Process Of Electroplating by Maharshi Agastya in Agastya Sanhita:
Excerpt from “Technology of the Gods: The Incredible Sciences of the Ancients” – By David Hatcher Childress
“In the temple of Trivandrum, Travancore, the Reverned S. Mateer of the London Protestant Mission saw ‘a great lamp which was lit over one hundred and twenty years ago’, in a deep well in side the temple. ……. On the background of the Agastya Samhita text’s giving precise directions for constructing electrical batteries, this speculation is not extravagant.”