Fission on Mars – Perseus Killing Medusa – Atlantis

Fig. 1 Mare Acidalium the location of the fission hot-spots on Mars.

Fig. 2 Mars (Indra) with Agni in geostationary orbit above Mt. Kailas. The four heads were due to ancillary lava columns seen from the Aryan lands in the Punjab, almost directly beneath.

In a book, along with a youtube interview by Dr. John Brandburg, titled ‘Death on Mars’. The author claims that there are isotope signatures on the surface of Mars that could only be due to the explosion of a fission (atomic) bomb. The fission product measured was Xenon 129, Because the amount of radioactivity is too large for an atomic bomb, Dr. Brandburg has proposed it was a fusion (hydrogen bomb) explosion and this Xenon 129 is from the fission used to trigger it, so a larger than life atomic bomb fits the bill. He hypothesizes that an advanced society dropped a bomb, characterizing it as a massacre, despite the fact that there are very few signs of an advanced culture who would have been the target, .

Since there are no craters in the radioactive areas, he concludes the explosions were air-bursts, which are used to destroy larger areas. The surfaces in the two areas are covered with a thin layer of glass over “thousands of square miles”, due to the heat of the explosion melting of surface material. Although the two hot-spots are localized near the north pole, radioactive Potassium and Thorium have been detected over half the surface of Mars. Dr. Brandburg claims that the NASA landers have avoided the radioactive areas for fear of public reactions to reports.

Although the US Military are upset with the idea of like-minded Little Green Men, the event which left this radioactivity was unique and it will not happen again. It was observed three or four millennia ago by everyone in the Eastern Hemisphere and recorded in the myths of a number of cultures. The RgVeda called it the “Fifth Head of Brahma” and one myth associated with it got him into a lot of domestic trouble.

“His fifth head also having read the Vedas, which the other four heads had delivered, acquired a splendor which neither suras (gods) nor asuras (demons) could endure…Unable to approach or behold it, they determined to apply to Siva for relief…Siva granted their wish and proceeded with them to where Brahmā remained inflated with pride. On seeing Siva, Brahmā did not pay him the customary honours. Siva, seeing Brahmā’s fifth head inflicting distress on the universe by its effulgent beams, brighter than a thousand suns, approached him and said, ‘Oh! this head shines with too much splendour,’ and immediately cut it off with the nail of his left thumb.”

Fig. 3. Locations of two fission hotspots on Mars

Greek myth weaves a more intricate story. Athena (Venus) and Hermes (Mercury) told Perseus how to kill Medusa and along with the nymphs gave him the following weapons: (1) The helmet of Hades to make him invisible; (2) A magic bag in which to put the terrible head; (3) winged sandals to fly him to the rock in the middle of the sea; (4) A glittering shield to look upon Medusa; (5) a sharp scythe or curved knife which would cut through her tough skin. .Medusa, the column of smoke and fire, was in the middle of the northern island and was known to have thick skin of hardened lava columns. These weapons reveal that whatever cut off the head, it was not visible, that is, the reaction became quickly quenched. This is consistent with the head also not being visible after the flameout but the flameout may have caused a unique flash interpreted as the the glint of light from the mirror. The two winged slippers fit the observation by Dr. Brandburg, that the glowing radiation fell to the ground in two places, These were the slippers. The curved blade of Perseus’ scyth was probably based on the splitting of the explosion into two parts, forming an arc.

Prior to the Vedic Period, 3687 to 687 BC, Mars had been in Venus’ current orbit with plenty of sunlight and was full of life exactly like that which now exists on Earth. It was then ejected by proto-Venus into an orbit close to the Earth and became captured in a geostationary orbit of the Earth directly above Mt. Kailas, called “Indra’s Home on Earth” in the RigVeda. In that orbit, its lithosphere became reoriented so that its north pole remained pointed toward the Earth. As a result, the gravitational effect of the Earth melted and drew lava in a column of hollow, vertical, intertwined hardened lava tubes forming a tall, tree-like or man-like column with “flaming hair”. This was the most propitiated deity in all cultures because of its tree-like shape. Because it extended down toward the Earth, it was imagined to be an intermediary through which prayers and supplications could be passed to the other gods and large bodies blasted through hundreds of volcanoes carried life giving water, atmosphere, soil and minerals to the Earth. It was called Brahma, Purusha, Osiris, Atlas, Zeus, Asherah, the Tree of Life, the upside-down tree of the Shamans, Agni, and the most descriptive, unbeliveably, in the Bible, “the column of smoke and fire”.

On thousands of occasions it acted as an enormous cannon, firing hot, incandescent rocks onto the Earth. In fact, Mars is where the entire surface of the Earth 80 to 100 km thick originated. Because Mars was in a geostationary orbit, it remained stationary in the heavens during each “Day of Brahma” for 14.4-years rotating like a great wheel. Myth of many cultures express wonder at how it kept from falling to the Earth. Because the column was interposed between Mars and the Earth it was considered the deity that “held up the world”, in Greek myth this deity was Atlas. Note that Atlas is located on an island at Mars’ north pole. The island, Atlantis, was overflowed by the surrounding Atlantic ocean at the end of each “day of Brahma”. At the end of which Mars would escape into a planetary orbit for 15.6 years then become captured again. This 30-year cycle was repeated ninety-nine times in order to blast the entire life resources of Mars to the Earth.

But during one “day of Brahma”, the volcanic vent beneath the north pole tapped into a concentration of uranium deep inside Mars and when this reached the top of the hardened lava column it flowed up in the weightless environment and a naked fission reaction began, so bright that no one on Earth could bear to look at it. In Greek myth this was interpreted as Medusa being so ugly that no one could look at her. (That’s why Perseus used a mirror.) Based on the RigVeda it lasted about a week, eventually burned out and the hot radioactive materials were carried in the direction of the prevailing wind, landing in the mare Acidalium marked in Figure 1.The fuller story is told in the Rig Veda, Egyptian and Greek myth, and is explained in more detail in posts dated 2010 and 2014.  away.

Fig. 3. Scoria, volcanic rock fragments from the collapses of the column at the Viking 1 landing site.

Four ancillary columns spaced around the main column, which from the Aryan and Egyptian perspectives, these appeared as heads looking in four directions.  Therefore Purusha and Osiris were described as having four heads. Nordic cultures, with a perspective thousands of km to the North and West imagined the same columns as deer extending their necks to reach the leaves high on the tree.

The volcanic vent from which it rose was exactly at the north pole of Mars, on top of the ‘risen land’ (duat), the firmament or northern island, which can still be seen in NASA images of Mars’. It remains hidden beneath  a whirlpool of ice, from the northern ocean which flowed into the vent, ejected Mars’ solid iron core, Mercury, in 687 BC, through the Valles Marineris, a huge fault on Mars equator.

During the Vedic Period, the Pharaonic Period in Egypt, and the period when the Olympic gods ruled the Earth, this column rose many times and large hot bodies were ejected through it, causing it to collapse and spread rocks all over the northern hemisphere of Mars, found at both Viking Lander sites thousands of miles apart, but quickly reformed.


“Whoever cannot seek the unforeseen sees nothing, for the known way is an impasse.”

“Stupidity is doomed, therefore, to cringe at every syllable of wisdom.”

“Even what those with the greatest reputation for knowing it all, claim to understand and defend, are but opinions.”

“Give me one man from among ten thousand if he is the best”
― Heraclitus, Fragments

~ by Angiras on April 19, 2018.

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