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    Adam's Bridge 1,750,000 Year Old Man-Made Bridge between Sri Lanka and India




    Sri Lanka may not be an Island nation after all – a chain of limestone shoals called Ram Setu or Pamban Bridge remains faint evidence to the former land connection between the Mannar islands of northwestern Sri Lanka and Rameswaram in the Indian southwestern coast.

    The 3 ft to 30 ft depth of the sea surrounding this 30 miles (48 km) long bridge is not good enough to allow proper navigation. Earlier there used to be a regular ferry service between Talaimannar of Sri Lanka and Rameswaram of India, which is currently withheld due to the continuing civil disorder within Lanka.


    The first mention of this reportedly man-made bridge was found in the accounts of Ibn Khordadbeh in his Book of Roads and Kingdoms. Since then, it has been attributed with several names like Set Bandhai, meaning ‘Bridge of the Sea‘, Rama’s Bridge and Adam’s Bridge.

    The Islamic legends state that it was used by Adam to traverse the route to Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka to repent for 1000 years, during which he kept standing on one foot. This perhaps explains the large footprint hollow you can find on the Peak.






    On the other hand, the Indian or rather the Hindu legend behind this superbly curved sandstone bridge relates it to the epic Ramayana. Accordingly, it is deemed to be built by the ‘vanara sena’ (monkey army) of the glorious incarnation of Shri Rama, the hero of the epic, to rescue his holy wife Sita from the clutches of Ravana, who ruled over Lanka.

    The radiocarbon dating of the bridge verges on around 1,750,000 years, which roughly coincides with the Indian estimate of the mythical ‘Treta Yuga’.

    The space footages of the Ram Setu provided by NASA has neither confirmed nor rejected these controversial claims. Contrary to the Vaishnava News Network’s insistence on the Rama legend, after taking its 2002 remote sensing images, NASA simply stated that the much-hyped bridge was only a naturally formed chain of shoals and refused to comment on the possible human involvement in its construction.

    source:http://www.hottnez.com/adams-bridge-...nka-and-india/






    Adam's Bridge (Ram-Setu) was constructed about 1.7 million years ago. It is not nature made, but man or monkey-made.

    This is a rare photograph of Lord Rama's Bridge (named as Adams Bridge or Ram-Setu) taken by NASA above Rameshvaram in India & Sri Lanka. NASA released it in 2002, taken by its Satellite Space Imaging Technology. It is submerged about 500 feet in the Indian Ocean. It was submerged long back inside the sea.

    This Rama's Bridge was constructed by the Rama's army of monkeys (mainly Nal & Neel the great monkey engineers), by simply throwing the stones into the sea & by writing the name of the Lord (Rama) on the stones. Mysteriously the stones floated on sea and arranged themselves and formed a bridge.

    The whole army of Lord Rama crossed through it to Sri Lanka and again returned through it after the victory over Ravana.

    The picture confirms without any doubt that there is a submerged man or monkey made bridge inside the sea. The astonished US scientists have estimated the age of this manmade miracle more than 1.7 million years and the stones were fixed by a white-lime like material not by nature.

    According to Hindu Scriptures and Valmik Ramayana it was the Treta Yuga in which Lord Rama incarnated about a million years ago. Such a miraculous construction a million years before can never be without the help of Super Power of the incarnation of Lord Rama. Even the saints are not authorized to perform such miracles.

    Later this bridge was submerged into the sea at an unknown time, may be due to any natural calamity. Our historical knowledge is incomplete and is only of few thousand years. It is erroneous, limited, misleading and insufficient to understand this miracle of God.

    Surely this bridge cannot be a nature's creation. It is not historical but a pre-pre-historical miracle on earth by an Avatara of God.

    No doubt this is the oldest and most valued archeological finding on earth, which must be preserved by the whole world at any cost.

    After this great discovery of NASA, the researchers should do their further research work, to find out how and when exactly it was constructed? If our engineers can't construct such a bridge even today, they should accept the supremacy of the powers of God, Avataras & the Hindu Scriptures.

    They should stop calling the Hindu Scriptures as Myths or fiction. Hindu's Valmik Ramayana is as old as this Bridge. It confirms that the humanity on earth was cultured at the time of Rama about a million years ago and not like a monkey as misinformed by Darwin. It is the time that the historians and the scientists should correct themselves.










    source:http://syamvilakudy.blogspot.co.uk/2...ram-sethu.html

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    Re: Adam's Bridge 1,750,000 Year Old Man-Made Bridge between Sri Lanka and India

    There are two things here that would need further reading a) the rough age of the 'bridge', b) if it natural or not
    I'd like to read more on this subject
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    Re: Adam's Bridge 1,750,000 Year Old Man-Made Bridge between Sri Lanka and India

    This story popped up on the internet in late 2013, recycled in early 2014, claiming “NASA Images Find 1.7 Million Year Old Man-Made Bridge.” Claptrap. It’s not a bridge. It’s simply a natural tombolo: “a deposition landform in which an island is attached to the mainland by a narrow piece of land such as a spit or bar.”

    Let’s clear the first fallacy right away: the discovery of the “bridge” isn’t new, nor did NASA recently “discover” it in a photograph.

    “Remote sensing images or photographs from orbit cannot provide direct information about the origin or age of a chain of islands, and certainly cannot determine whether humans were involved in producing any of the patterns seen,” said NASA official Mark Hess….NASA said the mysterious bridge was nothing more than a 30 km long, naturally-occurring chain of sandbanks called Adam’s bridge. Hess said his agency had been taking pictures of these shoals for years. Its images had never resulted in any scientific discovery in the area.
    See link for further analysis: http://ianchadwick.com/blog/debunking-the-adam-bridge/
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    Re: Adam's Bridge 1,750,000 Year Old Man-Made Bridge between Sri Lanka and India

    The tale of Adam's Bridge fails conventional science.

    Jesus probably never walked on water, though it's possible, I concede, after all, I've done it many times myself, usually over a half-centimeter of rainfall.

    And Santa Claus was too fat for the chimneys, and his suit too red by the end of the purported squeeze, to enchant anyone but the truly Cupid ... that completes this particular trilogy of fantastic beliefs.

    That said, I find Ian Chadwick to be claptrap, himself. His article is littered with references to conspiracy theorists, in the derogatory sense. My first guess is that Chadwick is a stooge for the Zionist clan. My second guess confirmed it when I google-galloped Ian Chadwick's name and found him promoting the bonus tale in the trilogy, namely, the fantastic neoArabian tale of Boeings, Bedouins, and boxcutters bringing down buildings.

    http://ianchadwick.com/blog/campings...ss-carries-on/

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    "Camping was an evil man, as evil as any terrorist religious leader like Osama bin Laden. His terrorism was psychological and economic, but no less deliberately malevolent than bin Laden’s."
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    Osama bin Laden may have shot the sheriff when the Soviets invaded Afghanistan, but he did not shoot no deputy (on 9/11/2001).

    Ian Chadwick had rented his soul to the Zionists ... and is still renting it as late as Nov. 10, 2014.


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    Re: Adam's Bridge 1,750,000 Year Old Man-Made Bridge between Sri Lanka and India

    Quote Originally Posted by Zook_e_Pi View Post
    My first guess is that Chadwick is a stooge for the Zionist clan.
    Indirectly or directly indeed. Across all fields of inquiry, in all walks of life, one is complicit, knowingly or not, feeding the corrupt cause of the Zionists...

    However, the Science referenced is correct.

    This is not a 'man made bridge' but a natural forming 'deposition land-form'.

    This 'disposition' is found in several locations around the globe.

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    Re: Adam's Bridge 1,750,000 Year Old Man-Made Bridge between Sri Lanka and India

    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    Indirectly or directly indeed. Across all fields of inquiry, in all walks of life, one is complicit, knowingly or not, feeding the corrupt cause of the Zionists...
    Complicity without knowledge of it, is excusable. Complicity with knowledge and intent is not excusable.

    As of 2014, no one with above average brain function and access to the internet can continue to endorse the Osama bin Laden Zionist narrative of 9/11/2001 and still claim a lack of knowledge of the evidence. That establishes complicity with knowledge and intent, and that is inexcusable.

    The 9/11/2001 attacks are a litmus test for a person's integrity and/or normal brain function.

    Ian Chadwick appears to be quite capable of advanced brain function, quite capable of having access to the evidence of the 9/11/2001 attacks, and quite capable of studying that evidence and finding that it exculpates Osama bin Laden and inculpates the Zionists. If he has not yet studied the evidence after 12 years, then he is in no position to give an opinion on it let alone be a scholar. His qualifications as a parrot do not matter in this regard.

    Chadwick demonstrates intent wrt bin Laden ... which means he is knowingly complicit and will deserve the dustbin when he's tossed into it. If you want to recycle the garbage, Ross, that's your privilege. But please don't equate complicity with intent (which is damning) ... with unintentional forms of complicity (which is forgivable).

    FWIW, further evidence of Chadwick's complicity is that he unnecessarily invokes the coinage conspiracy theorist and bashes it. The tale of Adam's Bridge exposes religious dogma at play, not conspiracy theory. Guess who else has been unnecessarily invoking that coinage over the last decade and bashing it? That's right the perpetrators of the attacks and their minions. That is their way of stifling discussion on the facts of 9/11/2001. The same perps have consistently used another false coinage, antiSemitsm, to stifle discussion on the Holocaust and other events that implicate the Rothschild Zionists. The perps are an immoral, gutless, conniving lot. Falsifying reality is their trade and craft. Falsifying language is a subset in the craft.


    However, the Science referenced is correct.

    This is not a 'man made bridge' but a natural forming 'deposition land-form'.

    This 'disposition' is found in several locations around the globe.
    Totally agree.

    The priesthood class has never really embraced scientific method. Certainly, the priesthood class in India - powerbrokers serving the Indian elites - were imaginative storytellers. Back in those days, who ever argued with the powerful priests and risked getting their seedbags chopped off?

    Having said that, the reason the tale of Adam's Bridge still enjoys a following today - against all odds and evens and fractions and mathematical functions - is not just due to the strength of religion in India, but also due to the weakness of science in those that have permanently elevated faith over science.

    Alas, those who would make science secondary to beliefs are doomed to anchor beliefs in plausible explanations as opposed to probable explanations. Plausibility, of course, is the poor man's standard of science and it requires no great commitment to facts, logic, and reason. Nonetheless, is there a plausible explanation for Adam's Bridge? Sure there is. Perhaps India and Sri Lanka were connected by land prior to a cataclysmic event (e.g. an earthquake) that pushed the waters from both sides onto the land connection, leaving a strip of land with multiple discontinuities along its length. Discontinues that lacked width and depth, which could be spackled over (as it were) with boulders of various sizes. I dunno, a mile a day perhaps, sometimes 5 miles in a day in places where the discontinuities were few and far between. That sorta thing. Plausible? Sure. Probable? LOL. Not likely.

    But again, plausibility is enough for those that are weighed down by religious dogma. In the Bible it is said that the Earth was created in Six Days? Fact or allegory? Adam's Bridge has some plausibility fueling it even though it is almost certainly allegorical. When allegory has time to ferment, what nectar does it offer? And who's willing to drink it?



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