Floating Stone from Treta Yuga (Silver Age) on Earth
My dear readers this floating stone I found in Rameshwaram when I was roaming around near sea beaches then suddenly my eyes spotted on a stone which was laid down half in the sea water and half on the ground. It was looking like non-identical and beautiful stone so just I went near to that stone and kept it with me, I observed that stone was floating on the sea water so this was very surprising thing that time for me.
After long time when I came back to my home town then I tried to show it to my family members and then I said them I will show them a magic but as soon I put this stone in the water then it was not behaving the same as in the sea water…
What was the reason I never know but I searched on internet about such things I did not found the similar case or story but it is confirmed this stone was really very unique for me and definitely this stone is not young stone but a very old silver age stone.
Silver Age is also called ‘Treta Yuga’ as per Hindu Scriptures if you see there are four types of different Yugas existed and still existing on earth which is as below:
- SATA YUGA – the golden age lasts 1,728,000 years.
- TRETA YUGA – also called the silver age, lasts 1,296,000 years.
- DWAPARA YUGA – or the bronze age, lasts 864,000 years.
- KALI YUGA – the iron age of hypocrisy and quarrel lasts 432,000 years. (Running)
Now the question is why I am claiming this stone is near to Treta Yuga because if you will read Hindu Epic Ramayana then you see that Lord Rama and his Vanar Sena or his army of monkeys were constructed a stone bridge from Rameshwaram to Shri Lanka for invasion and save holly Sita and get her back to Ayodhya, India.
During making stone bridge by Lord Rama and his army one by one they write Lord Ram name on each stone and after writing Lord Rama name on the stone it was floating in the sea water by helping of this behavior of stone, his army made the long bridge in few days.
If you calculate all completed years from now till the Treta Yuga it will come appx 2,000,000 years and the radiocarbon dating of the bridge verges on around 1,750,000 years.
So what do you think now? is really my stone 1,750,000 years old?
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