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Modern Inventions Stolen From The Vedas

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Idea of Modern Inventions Stolen From The Vedas :.

Did you know Units of Energy, Power and other elements were mentioned in Vedas….??
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It were Vedas that gave names and details to unit of energy, elements, materials, power and their measurements – which are just tip of iceberg compared to it’s ocean of knowledge.
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History records many other such instances of mis-appropriations in the names of discovery or science. For example, the electrical measurement or volt is named after Alessandro Umberto Volta who lived in the 19th century. The avogardo constant in the field of elementary particles is named after Amedeo Avogadro. The measure of frequency is called hertz after Heinrich Hertz. The synthetic element nobelium is named after Alfred Nobel.
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Let us take the example of Charles Darwin who lived during the heyday of the British Raj, from 1809 till 1882, regularly communicating with Britishers in India. Darwin became the father of the Darwinian theory of evolution much as Amerigo Vespucci is the “father” of America. There is evidence that Darwin requisitioned the concept of evolution from the Vedas. He adapted the Vedic version of transmigration of the soul from lower to higher bodies, to the grossly materialistic western view by propounding his atheistic views of physical evolution. In a word, Darwin’s demonic and unproved fake theory declared that the physical body does not contain an eternal soul and that evolution is based upon some phantasmagorical transformation of matter rather than the evolution of purified consciousness.
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How Thieves of Vedic Knowledge Became Invaders and Scientists of Future
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Once these discoveries of continents and basic sciences were in their hands, instead of honoring the learning and realizations of their new-found teachers, the explorers turned into invaders. They responded by diabolically seizing the lands of less aggressive and unsuspecting people while covering their own tracks by labeling these cultures as barbaric. The knowledge of the local folk was ingeniously used to enslave them.
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The genocidal decimation of the Native Americans—the so-called red Indians of North and South America, where entire languages and cultures were utterly lost—stands as the historical record. Yet no place on earth became subject to Kali Yuga exploitation as it was designed in Europe like India. Thus a once-glorious country was turned into a tarnished jewel in the crown of the British Empire. History was re-written with the bloodshed of millions of innocent, simple people who were killed, tortured or enslaved.
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The shores of India were besieged by private companies of different European origins—France, the Netherlands, Portugal and England—in the early 17th century. By the beginning of the 19th century, it was Britain and its East India Company that had gradually succeeded in taking over the country and which then held ninety percent of India’s territory.
Not co-incidentally, the greatest strides in science were achieved during those days of glory when Britain held India in her iron grip. The factual Vedic version was scrutinized by those Western minds and interpreted according to their very limited capacity. As a result, this new-found knowledge of India was suitably altered and adapted in ways that would prove suitable to serve the needs of the Western world. Much of the ancient texts of India were translated into English, German and other languages and carefully kept in the British libraries. Meanwhile the politically-motivated theory of Aryan invasion was promoted as a political ruse to override and minimize the ancient glory of Bharata-varsha. The foreign invaders were free to utilize India’s heritage for their own so called “scientific discoveries”.
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Many mechanical devices and machines were invented in the 19th century leading to increased production with a result that populations now began to centralize in the cities. Such sophisticated mechanics are well described in the Vimana Shastra and Vedic Sutras which deals with the science of aerodynamics and mechanics – within their shlokas. Even by today’s standards, if properly applied, these Vedic Sutras can create most advanced technological instruments and mammoth machines ever known to mankind.
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Some unusual discoveries were also made in the 19th century; after translation of Vedas to almost all major languages of the world. In 1820 the mission of Fabian Gottlieb Thaddeus von Bellingshausen of Russia discovered Antarctica, with the help of Vedic mappings. Consequently in 1899 Stepan Osipovich Makarov led the first icebreaker on an expedition to the Arctic. Tibet was part of India and had Vedic (Hindu) teachings before Buddhism originated from Hinduism. With his explorations of Tibet, Nikolay Przhevalsky and other Russian pioneers were the first proponents that the Earth may have other dimensions—and in fact may be hollow. While it is already mentioned in Vedas that there are over 64 dimensions – some scientists even today are still rallying for 10 dimensions while Vedas clearly says its far more than that.
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Vedic Manifestation Truth Rephrased by Modern Science
“In these seven planetary systems, which are also known as the subterranean heavens [bila-svarga], there are very beautiful houses, gardens and places of sense enjoyment, which are even more opulent than those in the higher planets because the demons have a very high standard of sensual pleasure, wealth and influence. Most of the residents of these planets, who are known as daityas, danavas and nagas, live as householders. Their wives, children, friends and society are all fully engaged in illusory, material happiness. The sense enjoyment of the demigods is sometimes disturbed, but the residents of these planets enjoy life without disturbances. Thus they are understood to be very attached to illusory happiness.”

Many device of modern science are merely gross material manifestations of the subtle powers long known to India’s adepts. For example, telepathy is a siddhi known to the yogis, inspired long distance communications like the telegraph which first came about in 1837. Telepathy is the psychic transfer of thoughts, concepts, images, sounds, power, strength and feelings that were easily done by Siddh Sadhus. Similarly, the first electric motor was built in 1829. Therefore it is evident that the inspiration for many scientific discoveries came from information that already exists in the Vedas. Telepathy is recent term coined in 19th century. While Vedas, Mahabharat, Ramayan has innumerable instances of successful telepathic journies.
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The Vedas are known as the manual of the Universe. All scientific phenomena are ever present in latent or obvious forms in the vast creations of Shri Krishna. As stated in Shrimad Bhagavatam (1.2.32): “The Lord as Supersoul pervades all things, just as fire permeates wood, and so He appears to be of many varieties, though He is the absolute one without a second.”
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Stealing Vedic Theories AS IT IS and Following Its Community Living
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In 1869 Dmitri Mendeleev created the Periodic Table of Elements. He was famous for his quote that resounds the wisdom of the Vedas: “Nothing is lost. Matter only transforms from one state to another.” Right from this Sutra to other details, the Vedas are full of classifications, including the elements.
See this from Shrila Prabhupada’s purport to SB 1.3.10 (Srima Bhagawata) : “The sum total of the creative elements is twenty-four in all. Each and every one of them is explicitly explained in the system of Sankhya philosophy. Sankhya philosophy is generally called metaphysics by the European scholars. The etymological meaning of sankhya is ‘that which explains very lucidly by analysis of the material elements.’ This was done for the first time by Lord Kapila, who is said herein to be the fifth in the line of incarnations.”
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It was not love of local culture, as later falsely claimed by westerners, when several of their theories and experiments failed, over 100,000 fatal accidents have occurred in 19th century alone by wrongly using Vedic principles due to half-baked implications of knowledge, that also made them translators or writers of dictionaries. These also killed several thousand slaves and Indians who were used as guinea humans for experiments. It was wicked plan to loot the local culture and later claim it as own. If they had loved local culture they would have attributed their findings to Vedic culture and kept high regards for local language not destroyed the original culture, also never had tried to push anglicization on the natives.
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In 1820 the Hungarian Sándor Kőrösi Csoma set out for Tibet to explore the culture of the region. With British assistance Csoma was able to translate many Tibetan works, which were based on Vedic teachings. Thus the first English-Tibetan Dictionary came into existence and the mysticism of Tibet became available to the western world.
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Another interesting detail linked to the 19th century is that London doubled its population. The medical science then advanced so much that many modern diseases were treated. Anesthesia was also used for the first time in 1842. This success is linked to the science of Ayurveda that has solutions for all diseases not excluding even the plague and cancer. Surgeries and devices were already known to native Indians. The treatment of Lord Ram’s brother Lakshman was due to Ayurvedic knowledge. Sanjeevani Buti is still present even today..
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By the 19th century personal hygiene was now held in great esteem, contrary to the Middle Ages then people seldom bathed, if at all. This practice prolonged even in the Renaissance when cologne perfumes were invented in France to cover the foul odors ( today this practice is very common -remnants of old western culture) of the privileged and royal classes. Its mentioned in their personal memoirs that bathing was a boring practice for them. But when they came to know about hygienic factors of bathing from Indians. They began to adopt it. Hygiene was and is deeply imbedded in the culture of India. Even then, the brahmanas were accustomed to bathing thrice daily in order to maintain the high standard of cleanliness required for the performance of sacred ceremonies. The British imported these elevated standards of hygiene first and other nations followed. Some of the first advocates of hygiene like Philipp Semmelweis came from the hospitals. He “discovered” that the likelihood of disease is drastically reduced when a person is clean – clearly mentioned umpteen times in Vedas, Srimad Bhagwad Gita, Mahabharat.
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“The three transcendental qualifications—cleanliness, austerity and mercy—are the qualifications of the twice-born and the demigods. Those who are not situated in the quality of goodness cannot accept these three principles of spiritual culture.By the 19th century personal hygiene was now held in great esteem, contrary to the Middle Ages then people seldom bathed, if at all. This practice prolonged even in the Renaissance when cologne perfumes were invented in France to cover the foul odors ( today this practice is very common -remnants of old western culture) of the privileged and royal classes. Its mentioned in their personal memoirs that bathing was a boring practice for them. But when they came to know about hygienic factors of bathing from Indians. They began to adopt it. Hygiene was and is deeply imbedded in the culture of India. Even then, the brahmanas were accustomed to bathing thrice daily in order to maintain the high standard of cleanliness required for the performance of sacred ceremonies. The British imported these elevated standards of hygiene first and other nations followed. Some of the first advocates of hygiene like Philipp Semmelweis came from the hospitals. He “discovered” that the likelihood of disease is drastically reduced when a person is clean – clearly mentioned umpteen times in Vedas, Srimad Bhagwad Gita, Mahabharat.
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“The three transcendental qualifications—cleanliness, austerity and mercy—are the qualifications of the twice-born and the demigods. Those who are not situated in the quality of goodness cannot accept these three principles of spiritual culture.” (Srimad Bhagawat 3.16.22)”

Idea of Modern Invention Stolen From the Vedas – Part -2:
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Science expanded its views in the area of observation as well. Thomas Edison developed the light bulb and the motion picture based on Vedic principles. Sun rays emitting illusory rainbows, speed of light and its composition are all explained in Vedas. The idea that light defines or makes our universe visible can be found as explained by Shrila Prabhupada in his purport to SB 2.9.4 “In the darkness one cannot see the sun, nor himself, nor the world. But in the sunlight one can see the sun, himself and the world around him.”
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Thomas Edison could not hide his feelings for Vedas. The gramophone (aka record player) was invented by Thomas Alva Edison in the United States in the 19th century, based purely on sound vibration theories of Vedas. For the first recording, and to demonstrate the new machine, Edison asked Professor Max Muller, an eminent scholar of Sanskrit in England, to speak in front of an audience. Before this, Max Muller tried hard to westernize Vedas but when he failed miserably, he openly confessed that Vedas should remain untouched as they are gift to mankind by God himself.
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Max Muller recorded first shloka of Rig Veda agni meele purohitam in his voice.
Max Muller explained his choice to the audience. He said, “Vedas are the oldest text of the human race and agni meele purohitam is the first verse of Rig Veda. In the most primordial time, when the people did not know how to even cover their bodies and lived by hunting and housed in caves, Indians had attained highest civilization and they gave the world universal philosophies in the form of the Vedas.”
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When agni meele purohitam was replayed the entire audience stood up in silence as a mark of respect for the ancient Indian Sages.
Alexander von Humboldt saw that the continents once were a joined land – his claim was based on theories that were never proven. Could his inspiration have originated from the story of King Priyavrata who divided the world into seven continents by his chariot..??
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“Maharaja Priyavrata lived with his wife and family for many thousands of years. The impressions from the rims of Maharaja Priyavrata’s chariot wheels created seven oceans and seven islands. Of the ten sons of Priyavrata, three sons named Kavi, Mahavira and Savana accepted sannyasa, the fourth order of life, and the remaining seven sons became the rulers of the seven islands.” (Srimad Bhagavatam 5.1, Summary)
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Nikolai Lobachevsky worked on the curving of space: a fact which occurs due to our limited sense organs, namely, the roundness of our eyes. His so-called “discoveries” bear his name to this day, again purely lifting as it is from great Vedas. Lobachevskian geometry was based on Vedic teachings of Satapatha Brahmana and Sulbha Sutras. Bernhard Riemann put the basis for the theory of relativity in which everything can become relative depending of one’s point of observation, again taking leaf from:
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Factually, (the Lord’s) appearance and disappearance are like the sun’s rising, moving before us, and then disappearing from our eyesight. When the sun is out of sight, we think that the sun is set, and when the sun is before our eyes, we think that the sun is on the horizon. Actually, the sun is always in its fixed position, but owing to our defective, insufficient senses, we calculate the appearance and disappearance of the sun in the sky. And, because His appearance and disappearance are completely different from that of any ordinary, common living entity, it is evident that He is eternal, blissful knowledge by His internal potency-and He is never contaminated by material nature.
– Bhagavad Gita 4.6( Purport)
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Léon Foucault worked on measuring the speed of light or other big masses like earth and space. These ideas to measure space and time are also taken from the Vedas:
Each and every planet within the universe travels at a very high speed. From a statement in Shrimad Bhagavatam it is understood that even the sun travels sixteen thousand miles in a second, and from Brahma-samhita we understand from the shloka, yach-chakshur esha savita sakala-graham that the sun is considered to be the eye of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Govinda, and it also has a specific orbit within which it circles.
– SB 4.12.39 Purport.
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Some Scientists Acknowledged Vedic Contributions but Never were as Honest
Nikola Tesla has gained popularity through his exploration in the studies of frequencies or the power of sound which was well known in the Vedas. Even common Indians knew that chanting mantras at specific frequencies can generate positivity in the atmosphere and lead to emergence of energy. The secrets of sound and its vibration are known to common Indians since ages. Vedas are filled with such theories and explanations how chanting mantras and then aiming arrow in that direction can create or destruct lightning or fire or any form of energy which get triggered with that particular sound resonated in that suitable frequency. Its like everything is locked in nature and universe by Lord Krishna himself, and we just have to know password (sound frequency) to unlock it for the everyone’s benefit.
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Albert Einstein stated, “We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made.” He also said “Whenever he found difficulties in experiments, he referred Vedas for insights.”
Mark Twain admitted, “India is, the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grand mother of tradition. Our most valuable and most constructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only.”
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The French scholar Romain Rolland wrote, “If there is one place on the face of earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when man began the dream of existence, it is India.”
But the basic history of scientific discovery can be summarized like that: Lord Buddha almost denied the Vedas, yet He also relied on the Vedas, it’s ways of meditations and modified it by His own example.
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Vedas Had Quantum Physics and String Theories Explained
Vaisheshika Atomic theory (600 BC), It dealt with nuances of atomic particles in detailed manner.
The Vaisheshika sutra proclaims the futility of life in the temporary world (maya) and proposes that an understanding of god can free an individual from Karma, following which liberation will ensue. Major ideas contained in the Vaisheshika Sutra are:
There are nine classes of realities: four classes of atoms (earth, water, light and air), space (akasha), time (kāla), direction (dik), infinity of souls (Atman), mind (manas).
Individual souls are eternal and pervade material body for a time.
There are seven categories (padārtha) of experience — substance, quality, activity, generality, particularity, inherence and non-existence.
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Several traits of substances (dravya) are given as colour, taste, smell, touch, number, size, the separate, coupling and uncoupling, priority and posterity, comprehension, pleasure an pain, attraction and revulsion, and wishes.
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Vaisheshika Sutras were used by modern atomists and greeks as a basic foundation to initiate their so called experiments in atoms. Most of the papers submitted by these scientists had rephrased Vaisheshika Sutras in their own languages to show that it’s their part of invention. But since they copied everything with limited minds – even today comparison of Vaisheshika Sutras with modern theories show that Vaisheshika Sutras were far more advanced and covered the explanation in simplistic ways – considering inter-connectedness of every element.
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The famous Danish physicist and Nobel Prize winner, Laureate Niels Bohr (1885-1962), was a follower of the Vedas. He said, “I go into the Upanishads to ask questions.”
Both Bohr and Schrödinger, the founders of quantum physics, were avid readers of the Vedic texts and tried to validate their experiments in quantum physics consistently with what they had read in the Vedas.
They always aligned their experiment with the teachings of the Vedas.
Niels Bohr got the ball rolling around 1900 by explaining why atoms emit and absorb electromagnetic radiation only at certain frequencies.
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Then, in the 1920′s Erwin Schrödinger (1887-1961), an Austrian-Irish physicist, who won the Nobel prize, came up with his famous wave equation that predicts how the Quantum Mechanical wave function changes with time. Wave functions are used in Quantum Mechanics to determine how particles move and interact with time.
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In the 1920′s Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) formulated his famous uncertainty principal, which states when a physicist attempts to observe a subatomic particle, the experimental apparatus inevitably alters the subatomic particle’s trajectory. This is because they are trying to observe something that is of the same scale (limitations) as the photons they are using to observe it.
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It’s mentioned in the Vedas that limited ability of humans to see and feel things would further limit their observations.
When Lord Krishna took Virat Roop, while bestowing Srimad Bhagwad Gita to Arjun, he gave Dviya Drishti (super eyes) and power to him because Arjun with limited capabilities of material body could not see or hear Lord Krishna teachings.

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2 comments on “Modern Inventions Stolen From The Vedas

  1. bpatelk
    May 23, 2017

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