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« Thread started on: Jun 22nd, 2016, 7:15pm »

through my studies of ancient stuff i found a location on earth clearly marked as an ancient alien time capsule they knew we wouldn't be able to get into it for thousands of years. i dont know if it just holds proof that they was here or if it has ancient technology and knowledge in there perhaps the first chamber is proof and then each successive chamber has knowledge and technology for us. its was made to never flood or fill with sand we can easily enter it with current technology

it would make a killer documentary and be the discovery of all discoveries

i am looking for someone who has the resources to make this happen because it has to be explored

please email me [mod edit: posting/exchanging email addresses on open forum is discouraged for member safety -- UFO Casebook offers an Instant Message system]

thank you for your time
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« Reply #1 on: Jun 23rd, 2016, 07:53am »

on Jun 22nd, 2016, 7:15pm, lostowl wrote:
through my studies of ancient stuff i found a location on earth clearly marked as an ancient alien time capsule they knew we wouldn't be able to get into it for thousands of years. i dont know if it just holds proof that they was here or if it has ancient technology and knowledge in there perhaps the first chamber is proof and then each successive chamber has knowledge and technology for us. its was made to never flood or fill with sand we can easily enter it with current technology

it would make a killer documentary and be the discovery of all discoveries

i am looking for someone who has the resources to make this happen because it has to be explored

please email me lostowl@yahoo.com

thank you for your time


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« Reply #2 on: Jun 23rd, 2016, 11:08am »

on Jun 22nd, 2016, 7:15pm, lostowl wrote:
through my studies of ancient stuff i found a location on earth clearly marked as an ancient alien time capsule they knew we wouldn't be able to get into it for thousands of years. i dont know if it just holds proof that they was here or if it has ancient technology and knowledge in there perhaps the first chamber is proof and then each successive chamber has knowledge and technology for us. its was made to never flood or fill with sand we can easily enter it with current technology

it would make a killer documentary and be the discovery of all discoveries

i am looking for someone who has the resources to make this happen because it has to be explored

please email me [mod edit: posting/exchanging email addresses on open forum is discouraged for member safety -- UFO Casebook offers an Instant Message system]

thank you for your time


Welcome Lostowl. Easy entry, current tech? I have a big shovel I could send you. Better yet, where is the alien time capsule located, and how is it marked?

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« Reply #3 on: Oct 12th, 2016, 5:37pm »

i am telling the location in hopes someone will explore it and if you strike what i think is down there please reward me

the location is under the Kailash temple its the only one that you can see from the air it has lions on top that make an X from the sky. it is only place in the world that was cut out of the rock from the top down. some ancient ruler employed 1000 men for 3 years to destroy the temple but they gave up because could only deface statues and stuff but couldnt destroy anything else this place is amazing and down them tunnels is something special i know it. there are even carvings of people on top and little people below ground under them holding stuff

there is air shaft type things in the floor that go down there are stairs and tunnels that go down but get to small and narrow for a human or child to carve so what made it and i think if we send a drone down in there it will come to a chamber the alienns made and knew we wouldnt get there for thousands of years so what would they leave there for us to see?
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The Kailash (IAST: Kailāśa) or Kailasanatha temple (Kailāsanātha) is one of the largest rock-cut ancient Hindu temples located in Ellora, Maharashtra, India. A megalith carved out of one single rock, it is considered one of the most remarkable cave temples in India because of its size, architecture and sculptural treatment.[1]

The Kailasanatha temple (Cave 16) is one of the 34 cave temples and monasteries known collectively as the Ellora Caves. Its construction is generally attributed to the 8th century Rashtrakuta king Krishna I. The temple architecture shows traces of Pallava and Chalukya styles.

Contents

1 History
1.1 Construction method
2 Architecture
3 See also
4 References
4.1 Bibliography

History

The Kailasa temple lacks a dedicatory inscription, but there is no doubt that it was commissioned by a Rashtrakuta ruler.[2] Its construction is generally attributed to the Rashtrakuta king Krishna I (r. 756-773 CE), based on two epigraphs that link the temple to "Krishnaraja" (IAST Kṛṣṇarāja):[2][3]

The Baroda copper-plate inscription (c. 812-813 CE) of Karkaraja II (a ruler of a Rashtrakuta branch of Gujarat) records the grant of a village in present-day Gujarat. It mentions Krishnaraja as the patron of Kailasanatha, and also mentions a Shiva temple at Elapura (Ellora). It states that the king constructed a temple so wonderous that even the gods and the architect were astonished.[3] Most scholars believe that this is a reference to the Kailasa Shiva temple at Elora.[4]

The Kadamba grant of Govinda Prabhutavarsha similarly appears to credit Krishnaraja with the construction of the temple.[2]

However, the attribution of the temple to Krishna I is not completely certain, because these epigraphs are not physically connected to the caves, and do not date Krishnaraja's reign.[3] Moreover, the land grants issued by Krishna's other successors do not contain any references to the Kailsa temple.[4]

Kailasa temple features the use of multiple distinct architectural and sculptural styles. This, combined with its relatively large size, has led some scholars to believe that its construction spanned the reigns of multiple kings.[5][6] Some of the temple reliefs feature same style as the one used in the Dashavatara cave, which is located next to the temple. The Dashavatara cave contains an inscription of Krishna's predecessor and nephew Dantidurga (c. 735–756 CE).[7] Based on this, H. Goetz (1952) theorized that the construction of the Kailasa temple began during the reign of Dantidurga. Krishna consecreated its first complete version, which was much smaller than the present-day temple.[8] According to Gotez, Dantidurga's role in the temple construction must have been deliberately suppressed, as Krishna sidelined Dantidurga's sons to claim the throne after his death.[9] Based on analysis of the different styles, Goetz further hypothesized that the later Rashtrakuta rulers also extended the temple. These rulers include Dhruva Dharavarsha, Govinda III, Amoghavarsha I, and Krishna III. According to Goetz, the 11th century Paramara ruler Bhoja commissioned the elephant-lion frieze on the lower plinth during his invasion of Deccan, and added a new layer of paintings. Finally, Ahilyabai Holkar commissioned the last layer of paintings in the temple.[10]

M. K. Dhavalikar (1982) analyzed the architecture of the temple, and concluded that the major part of the temple was completed during the reign of Krishna I, although he agreed with Goetz that some other parts of the temple complex can be dated to the later rulers. According to Dhavalikar, the following components were completed by Krishna: the main shrine, its gateway, the nandi-mandapa, the lower-storey, the elephant-lion frieze, the court elephants and the victory pillars.[11] Dhavalikar admits that the most important sculpture of the temple, which depicts Ravana shaking the Kailasa mountain, appears to have been built after the main edifice. This sculpture is considered as one of the finest pieces of Indian art, and it is possible that the temple came to be known as Kailasa after it. Dhavalikar theorizes that this sculpture was carved around 3-4 decades after the completion of the main shrine, on the basis of its similarity to the tandava sculpture in the Lankeshvar cave.[12] H. Goetz dated this relief to the reign of Krishna III.[10] Like Goetz, Dhavalikar attributes some other structures in the temple complex to the later rulers. These include the Lankeshvar cave and the shrine of the river goddesses (possibly constructed during the reign of Govinda III).[13] Dhavalikar further theorizes that the excavation of the Dashavatara cave, which began during the reign of Dantidurga, was completed during the reign of Krishna I. This explains the similarities between the sculptures in the two caves.[14]

Dhavalikar pointed out that no major part of the monolithic temple appears to have been an afterthought: architectural evidence suggests that the entire temple was planned at the beginning.[15] The main shrine is a very similar to (although much larger than) the Virupaksha Temple at Pattadakal, which itself is a replica of the Kailasa temple at Kanchi.[6] The Pattadakal Virupaksha Temple was commissioned by the Chalukyas of Badami to commemorate their victory over the Pallavas, who had constructed the Kailasa temple at Kanchi. According to the Virupaksha temple inscriptions, the Chalukyas brought the Pallava artists to Pattadakal after defeating the Pallavas. Dhavalikar theorizes that after defeating the Chalukyas, Krishna must have been impressed by the Virupaksha Temple located in their territory. As a result, he brought the sculptors and architects of the Virupaksha Temple (including some Pallava artists) to his own territory, and engaged them in the construction of the Kailasa temple at Ellora.[16] If one assumes that the architects of the Virupaksha temple helped construct the Kailasa temple at Ellora, the construction of a massive temple during the reign of a single monarch does not seem impossible. The architects already had a blueprint and a prototype, which must have significantly reduced the effort involved in constructing a new temple. Moreover, quarrying a monolithic temple would have actually involved less effort than transporting large stones to build a new temple of similar size. Assuming that one person can cut around 4 cubic feet of rock every day, Dhavalikar estimated that 250 labourers would have managed to construct the Kailasa temple at Ellora within 5.5 years.[15] The presence of non-Rashtrakuta styles in the temple can be attributed to the involvement of Chalukya and Pallava artists.[17]
Construction method

The Kailasa Temple is notable for its vertical excavation—carvers started at the top of the original rock, and excavated downward. The traditional methods were rigidly followed by the master architect which could not have been achieved by excavating from the front.[18]

A medieval Marathi legend appears to refer to the construction of the Kailasa temple. According to this legend, the local king suffered from a severe disease. His queen prayed to the god Ghrishneshwar (Shiva) at Elapura to cure her husband. She vowed to construct a temple if her wish was granted, and promised to observe a fast until she could see the shikhara (top) of this temple. After the king was cured, she requested him to build a temple immediately, but multiple architects declared that it would take months to build a temple complete with a shikhara. One architect named Kokasa assured the king that the queen would be able to see the shikhara of a temple within a week's time. He started building the temple from the top, by carving a rock. He was able to finish the shikhara within a week's time, enabling the queen to give up her fast. The temple was named Manikeshwar after the queen. M. K. Dhavalikar theorizes that Kokasa was indeed the chief architect of the Kailasa temple, which may have been originally known as Manikeshwar. Multiple 11th-13th century inscriptions from central India mention architects born in the illustrous family of Kokasa.[19]
Architecture

The Kailasa temple architecture is different from the earlier style prevalent in the Deccan region. As stated above, it appears to be based on the Virupaksha Temple at Pattadakal and the Kailasa temple at Kanchi, but it is not an exact imitation of these two temples.[20] The southern influence on the temple architecture can be attributed to the involvement of Chalukya and Pallava artists in its construction.[21] The indigenous Deccan artisans appear to have played a subordinate role in the temple's construction.[22]

The entrance to the temple courtyard features a low gopuram.[1] Most of the deities at the left of the entrance are Shaivaite (followers of Lord Shiva) while on the right hand side the deities are Vaishnavaites (followers of Lord Vishnu). A two-storeyed gateway opens to reveal a U-shaped courtyard. The dimensions of the courtyard are 82 m x 46 m at the base.[1] The courtyard is edged by a columned arcade three stories high. The arcades are punctuated by huge sculpted panels, and alcoves containing enormous sculptures of a variety of deities. Originally flying bridges of stone connected these galleries to central temple structures, but these have fallen."

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« Reply #5 on: Oct 13th, 2016, 8:18pm »

Amazing art, to cut 4 cubic feet a day, that's allot of debris, do we know how the debris was removed from the site?

There are others cut from the top down, also.



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