Quoting from my guest tonight, Indian researcher on “ancient civilizations, myths, symbols, cosmic knowledge and spiritual wisdom …” Bibhu Dev Misra:

“A number of ancient cultures believed in a Cycle of World Ages, in which we gradually descend from a state of spiritual perfection and material abundance to one of ignorance and scarcity.

“In ancient India, this was called the Yuga Cycle. The Yuga Cycle doctrine tells us that we are now living in the Kali Yuga … The Indian epic The Mahabharatadescribes the Kali Yuga as the period when the ‘World Soul’ is Black … only one quarter of virtue remains — which slowly dwindles to zero at the end of the Kali Yuga.  Men turn to wickedness; disease, lethargy, anger, natural calamities, anguish and fear of scarcity dominate.  Penance, sacrifices and religious observances fall into disuse.  All creatures degenerate.  Change passes over all things, without exception ….”

Sound all-too-familiar?

Well, here’s the good news:

According to Bibhu Dev Misra (and our own Hyperdimensional/Torsion field calculations), the Kali Yuga — after creating literally thousands of years of “hell on Earth” — is (finally!) coming to an end … in 2025.

Join us … and find out what could happen NEXT.

Richard C. Hoagland


Richard’s Items:

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Bibhu Dev Misra’s Items:

1-  The end of the Kali Yuga in 2025: Unraveling the mysteries of the Yuga Cycle

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4- The Sphinx of Balochistan: Is it a Man-made, Rock-cut, Architectural Marvel?

 

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7- Free Energy Developed from Vedic Texts and Nikola Tesla

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Bibhu Dev Misra

 

Bibhu Dev Misra is a researcher and writer on ancient civilizations, myths, symbols, cosmic knowledge and spiritual wisdom. He has been working as an Information Technology consultant for nearly 2 decades in various organizations all over the world. His education has been in engineering and management, having graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur and the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Kolkata. Currently, he is settled in Kolkata, India, with his family, and devotes his time to research, writing and explorations of ancient sites, while working on a start-up venture.

Bibhu’s primary passion is exploring and writing about the mysteries of the past. He has been inspired by the works of a number of writers – Graham Hancock, Michael Cremo, Adrian Snodgrass, Joseph Campbell, Walter Cruttenden, Subhash Kak, David Frawley and others – and seeks answers to a large body of mysterious knowledge left behind by our ancestors in the form of sacred texts, inexplicable artifacts, awe-inspiring architecture, cryptic symbols, and fantastic myths and legends.

He traveled to many ancient sites around the world – in Egypt, Mexico, and India – in order to gain a first hand experience of these remarkable places. For the past few years, he has been writing articles for his personal website, some of which have been published in different international magazines and websites such as the New Dawn, Science to Sage, Nexus, Viewzone, Graham Hancock’s website, Esamskriti, Waking Times, and others. He has been interviewed by the Earth Ancients Radio and Times FM India, and his research work has been made into You Tube videos by various YouTube channels such as Ancient Architects, Mystery History, and others.

5 Comments so far:

  1. Al says:

    Dear Friends,
    I rarely leave 2 but the comment on vitamin C rang a bell.
    Vitamin C and copper are for collagen formation. If vitamin C is well supplied and copper is deficient, all the copper might be used up. Supplementing copper is tricky and foods containing copper might be short of it, so eat plenty! Blaming vitamin C is misguided.
    Salud and happy trails,
    Al

  2. Al says:

    Dear Richard,
    Walk a mile in his sandals and argue his world view instead of your own. Any intelligent debater can do this and so can you.
    Warm regards to you and yours.
    Al

  3. Have you looked at the research about aneurysm and deficiency of Cu+/Cu++ (Cupric /Cuprous COPPER…. VERY STRONG … may be one of the rare negative side effects of Vitamin C. Email me if you would like specific details!

  4. Jerry Cullins says:

    Your sound is good quality tonight! Interesting guest so far! Have a Happy Holidays!

  5. The crow sound bombing the podcast is very fitting!

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