Lost Civilizations – The Temple Complex of Bagan

The temple complex of Bagan once housed over 10,000 temples. Today only 2,200 are left. Were they built by a series of emperors or is that again one of the many tragic errors historians have made?

Fig. 1: The temple complex of Bagan is so vast and houses so many temples it’s almost beyond imagination.

Built by the Pagan Emperors?

Ask anyone (if they’ve heard of them in the first place) about the temples of Bagan and most people will tell you that they were built by some ruler or emperor in the middle ages. After all, that’s what we were taught in school and far too many of us have accepted these explanations and have not concerned ourselves to think about the subject again.

According to the Burmese chronicles, which has been drafted by the monarchy of Myanmar (note: this monarchy is followed up by the British colonials), it is said that over a period of 250 years the Pagan rulers built over 10,000 temples. The chronicles, of course, do not mention the reasons why anyone would spent a mad amount of effort and money to built an average amount of 40 temples each year, and that over a course of 250 years. Imagine that!

Like Napoleon said: “History is written by the winners”. Who are the winners in this case? The winners were the latest ruling monarchs followed up by the colonials. They took the already present temples as their own, renovated them partially, but their orientation never changed. Rulers have nothing to gain by telling people the truth about the ancient past.

Where is Myanmar?

Fig. 2: Bagan in Myanmar is located on the Eastern Hemisphere between India and China.

Where is the Temple Complex of Bagan Located?

Table 1: Orientation of temples of Bagan. The correlations with the former poles jump through the roof.

The temple complex of Bagan in Myanmar is located between India and China. Both China and India are home of many very ancient structures.

China has hundreds of pyramids which are telling the same story as the temples of Bagan. Most of the pyramids in China are counterclockwise oriented as well. These temples of Bagan are much more ancient than historians believe. How do we know that? By studying their orientation patterns.

There is no historian who is able to explain the orientation patterns of these temples. Although mainstream historians tend to ignore many of these factual findings and conclusions, and if pressed would answer with the words, “coincidence” or “fortuitous”. That, in fact, has nothing to do with real science.

Most temples of Bagan are either oriented to our current geographic pole or are counterclockwise oriented. Anyone who is somewhat acquainted with the theory will understand that these temples, if they would have been oriented to former geographic poles, will be counterclockwise oriented by definition.

How The Temples of Bagan Are Oriented

Fig. 3: The orientation patterns of the temples of Bagan show similarities with the pyramids in Xi’an, China. A medium sized group is clockwise oriented (right), another medium sized group is cardinally oriented (middle), and a very large group is counterclockwise oriented (left). The intersection clusters of the counterclockwise oriented group all converge at an explosive large rate on Greenland.

Why Are the Temples Mainly Counterclockwise Oriented?

Most of the temples (63%) on the temple complex of Bagan are counterclockwise oriented. Archaeologists haven’t even noticed this fact, let alone asked themselves the question why that would have been done.

There is a group of temples (17.7%) which are slightly clockwise (+5.4°) oriented, and some of them make even an extraordinary large jump in the clockwise direction. Because this collection is so small we can neglect them as a small unimportant anomaly.

Of course we could try to solve this issue as to why these anomalies occurred and suggest all kinds of assumptions. But why would we do that? Small amounts of anomalies will always occur in all research fields. We focus on the majorities, which are the two groups from which one is oriented to our current geo pole and the very large group which is counterclockwise oriented. These two groups together make up 82.3% of the temple complex.

If we regard this counterclockwise orientation pattern of the temples as the result of coincidence, there’s 1 to 948 billion (0.000000000105%) chance for that pattern to be actually the result of coincidence. That is why we can be 100% certain it is the result of an organized process of orienting the temples to former geographic poles.

And why are we 100% certain of that? Because the largest group of temples (49) is actually oriented to our current geographic pole. That shows the tradition in this region to actually orient temples to the cardinal directions. That is also no coincidence, because there’s only a whopping 1 to 3.40×1030 (3,400,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) for that orientation pattern (to the current geo pole) to be the result of coincidence.

The Incredible Reality: Earth Knew Multiple Former Civilizations

Fig. 4: The crust has been deformed heavily over the last 440,000 years, and knew 4 former geographic poles where many ancient structure were oriented to. They cluster massively in a few mathematical nodes, proving an unbelievable reality: the Earth knew multiple former civilizations – lost civilizations. Atlantis is still in plain sight for everyone to see, only no one seems to know it.

On top of that are the orientation patterns clustering around the same clusters (Pole II to Pole IV) that we’ve already found and proven before. How more proof does one require?

It is a fact that the orientation pattern of the temples of Bagan comply with the theory or method. There is not even a single doubt why these temples are oriented in this odd way: they were built when the geographic pole was at another location. The temples of Bagan are therefore many times more ancient than historians believe.

It is always crucial to remind yourself to the fact that we are always speaking of the orientation of the original foundations, because we’ve seen many times renovations on top of older foundations. If you focus on the top structures you’ll never find definitive answers of their real age. Orientation, when studied in large numbers, reveals the only true story.

The history of the temple complex of Bagan stretches over a period of more than 250,000 years. Any other story is a hotchpotch of nonsense, twists, and lies.

Graph 1: The orientation of the temples is mainly counterclockwise, and therefore complies with the theory as most of the other ancient structures on the eastern hemisphere. The blue dashed line shows the major trend. It points heavily to Pole II, Pole III and Pole IV. The majority of the most ancient structure were most probably destroyed.

Ancient Temples Were Only Renovated by the Emperors

Most of the temples were already present when new rulers took over the area. As most megalomaniac conquerors do they took the temples as their own renovated them, painted them, some even got a golden roof. These ignorant emperors had no idea, for temples to have true (secret) power, they had to be oriented to the contemporary cardinals.

The new emperor ordered to rewrite existing records and burned all the ancient records. Tribes that were in possession of ancient knowledge were persecuted as an attempt to wipe out the true knowledge of the past.

Tragically, historians do not listen to the local folk tales but believe that writings left by rulers are the only reliable source. Funny enough is this the only source which is not reliable.

Happily, there’s always mathematics to set the lies straight, and to separate all the official historical nonsense from the truth.

How This Orientation Pattern Follows the Shifting Crust

Fig. 5: The orientation pattern of the temples of Bagan follows clearly the shifting poles, and therefore the shifting crust. These temples are as old as these poles are. The age of the temples of Bagan stretches over a period of 300,000 years. There’s only 1 to many trillions chance that historians are telling the right story. 

Forbidden History – The True Age of the Temples of Bagan

 

© 2017 by Mario Buildreps