A Survey of Religious and Archaeological Sites Across Asia

Bon, Ancient Proto-Buddhist Religion

Cult leader military intelligence plant HH Lungtok has his portrait hung in every room in the complex, like his homeboy, Chairman Mao

In 1994, he witnessed the long-awaited return visit to Tibet of the 33rd Menri Trizin, His Holiness Lungtok Tenpé Nyima. During this visit, the two would meet for the first time, and the future 34th Menri Trizin was able to take the 250 vows of a fully ordained monk from the 33rd Menri Trizin, who gave him the name Dawa Dargyal Wangpo. Thus it would come to pass that the 34th Abbot, named Dawa (“moon”), followed after the 33rd Abbot, named Nyima (“sun”), forming an auspicious connection like the moon proceeding in the path of the sun.

Bon Foundation

Bon is a religious cult set up by the International Industrial Complex Complex. Its a mockery of religion and a novelty, a curiousity is a better word. Its an art project from the art spook scriptwriters set up to be a tourism attraction. The mystique around it is the attraction. Its written to be as over the top complex as mystical as possible to fill hotel rooms. Furthermore it is all finacned by Univesity special interest groups and set aside by the Workd Bank. There is nothingmysterious about this place except how come nobody has called them out before me.

Crazy Bon hats look like they got a Spartan flair

The People of Menri are a religion and not a geographical location, includes thousands of adults and children from Tibet, Nepal, and other borderlands.  Over the past five decades, they arrived as orphans, monks, and nuns. They received secular elementary and secondary school education in a Tibetan school offering special Bon training. Many of them continue their education at the Bon Dialectic School and nearby universities. The leaders of the Bon were really military intelligence agents sent in to lay the infrastructure for the long game, a full on ancient, obscure religion set up as a remote World Fair exhibit. The religion is the modern relative of the mummies, minus the blonde braids and 13ft dildos.

The education system serves several purposes; recruitment, the teachers are always on the lookout for students displaying certain aptitudes; conditioning, the younger the better when it comes to training the normies to behave within certain confines. The children displaying aptitudes and the children with birth-right status are sent to Universities in the outside world. where they are trained for special assignments. The birth right system is worldwide and includes the same families that built the ruins inbetween outside expeditions, its the same here as the pueblo Indians of the SW that are forced to live there bc there imaginary boundary lines encompass the fake sites for protection.

Keep practiciing your One-Eye magick tricks young shaman, you aint deceiving shit

The cult leader is the 33rd successive imperial wizard with the prefix H.H., for ‘His Highness‘ but thats some shit, thats an 88 number drop like Heil Hitler. H.H. is remembered as the Master Builder that manifested the Shining City monestary. This serves as a command center for Special Ops and a hiding place for those that need such things. It also is a world tourist destination set up by the travel industry. You are not allowed to travel except for a few places which they have designated. They will tell you you may travel where ever you want just so you wont want to.

The women of Bon serve as nuns and live in a separate area. No fuckin means it is populated by orphans and…well, spooks. If you ever meet someone that has an ivy league education that started as a Bon orphan just walk away. Thats why its focus is so heavy on education, its an orphaned children “refuge”. The backdrop is the Chinese invasion of Tibet which is when the Bon monks fled into neighboring India and set up shop. This would be the same time and area that the CIA was running projects Barum, Bailey, and Circus.

The complex started out as mud huts, then a single structure was built, now a whole series of buildings serving as the world center of Bon, a gleaming campus of Tibetan-style temples, a library, a university, a medical school, housing for monks, and Redna Menling Nunnery. Interesting they chose a medical school; the name of the valley the complex is in translates into ‘the land of precious medicine’, I also noticed Ephedra had been inserted into the narrative in one of the bigger digs. Ma-Huang, a medicinal plant with potential recreational properties was found during a re-excavation

The Yungdrung is their swastika variation which could merit its own dedicated post. Some form or other has been inserted into just about every religion on earth. Recently it was given a bad rep but the Bon still flaunt it openly. Any religion or tradition that use it is a fractal of the others. This alone blows just about all the mainstreet religions out of the water and all the peripheral obscure ones too

Theres even an online store where you can purchase genuine Bon mustneeds, like prints by Norbu Wangyal, a student who grew up at Bon Children’s Welfare Center, went on for continued education, and has now become a professional artist; a purse made from recycled monk robes (their only worldly possession); or a stained glass yungdrung, each for $108. or the big one for $180. Aces and Eights for days

Take in the energy of thousands of prayers while recycling this sacred material

Nazi Monk bag sales pitch

Along with the swastika stained glass panels on sale for 108$ you can sponsor a Bon child for 400$ per year. Boys are sent to the Bon Children’s Welfare Center and Girls to the Redna Menling Nunnery, both in the Menri complex. All children attend the nearby Central School for Tibetans. The Bon Foundation forwards all children’s sponsorship money and donations to the Yungdrung Bon Monastic Center (YBMC), a non-profit foundation under the leadership of the Abbot H.H. Menri. 

Visitors to Tibetan settlements in India are required by the Government of India to have a Protected Area Permit (PAP) in addition to a visa. This includes Menri Monastery in Dholanji, India. The theme is split up into different countries so each one gets a piece of the tourism pie.

Bon supposed stem directly from Shambala, making it older than Buddhism. Its fake founding father was born 18,000 yrs ago and his descendants can still be found in the temples today.

In general, Buddhism is not overly concerned with the direction  the swastika turns. This is not true for the Bon religion, however, where the left-turning yungdrung is the principal symbol of the religion, and a right-turning yungdrung has no meaning. The word is also part of the official name of the religion, Yungdrung Bon—”Everlasting Truth.”

The yungdrung is also a commonly found in the hands of Bon teachers and deities in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes. It is even used for religious hats and seats, carpets, and for marking the bottom of Bon sculpture. Since ancient times, the yungdrung has been one of the more common etchings in pictographs and petroglyphs of the western Himalayas and Tibet.

The Tibetan Kapala is a carved skullcap taken from an already deceased monk and used for ritual offerings for thousands of years.

Not really. The first ones were brought back by the SS Shaffer Expedition in the 30’s. Modern price tags in the thousands offer an explanation why scammers make them for shock value.

Ancient Swazzies, Modern Politics

In 2022 a centennial column was designed to celebrate 100 years of the construction of the government building where the first Constitution of India was signed. The 8 sided obelisk features a tree with one leave for each original 331 signers and the top is sided by the symbol of the local government. There was only token opposition that was more upset the usual symbol was replaced, the Sunwheel, called the Ashoka Chakra. This comes at an end of centennial celebrations drawn out over the last decade starting in 2012.

The province of Bihar and Orissa came into being on March 22, 1912 after the 1911 Delhi Durbar announcement by British monarch King George V. After that a series of buildings were built to house the new government. His-story books still applaud the workers that got the buildings complete before the government was even finished being sorted out! I’m sure I don’t have to tell you, the buildings were finished WAAAYYY before the proxy Indian government was created by illegitimate binding contract ritual magick. These were all the regional Old World buildings that were co-opted by the Inheritors and given to their local recruits to be passed down generationally, same template as every case in the world

The final product did wind up including the Swats, albeit much smaller than the model, but nobody over there seems to notice, they have been groomed since birth and consider the Germans to have hi-jacked their ancient politico-religious sigil. The artist that designed the monument is know for living all his life in the slums, a rags to riches story of an artist. (another universal template puke). This is relevent in our investigation bc it proves the same hidden hand string pullers are still running the show

This was the old sigil for provincial gov. Look familiar?

The centenary pillar — Shatabdi Smriti Stambh. The size difference between the model and the real thing tell that it was all part of the hype.The model had the swazzies so big for the cameras to cause conversation but the final product just included a relatively small centerpiece.

The name of the building is the Bihar Legislative Assembly

This is the two-dimensional facsimile. Translations are lacking, I can tell the service I use isn’t very fluid with Hindi so IDK, they call them prayer beads, but I know the real reason is they are representatives of the laural ‘Victory’ wreathes most common in ancient Rome and the French Revolution.

Archaeological Survey of India

Aside from the rock art there is a high number of mountain palaces/monasteries. Most are all similar in design and maintained or being ‘preserved’ by the Archaeological Survey of India. The ASI is a branch under the umbrella of the Ministry of Culture charged with preservation and promotion of art and culture of India. Most recently the Ministry tasked itself with establishing a library and recovery of stolen ancient relics. Ahh, thats a good one. They can come up with anything and attached some Indiana Jones plot script in order to sell museum tickets and document the whole thing in their own library. The ministry has splintered itself into dozens of bodies that claim autonomy but each one serve the same master and plays the same end-game.

The ASI claim to be a faction of the India government but are composed and founded by all the same prominent families that are everywhere. A proper review will come at a later date but for now the take-away is they were founded in 1861 by a Cunningham (cunning- adj, Marked by or given to artful subtlety and deceptiveness) Cunningham was a member of the Indian Army Corps of Engineers, specifically the Bengal Engineer Group, which was a military group under command of the East India Trading Company.

Pre-history of the study of India was done by the Asiatic Society in the late 1700s, they deciphered and translated ancient Sanskrit and Persian texts, like the Bhagavad Gita in 1785. The late 1700’s is a period I call the living memory. Even though it was before the start of the current timeline it still seems close enough so that the first orphans would think that their fathers and grandfathers were alive at the time, and it explains why everything is in such undeveloped form. Nothing was translated at this point, that is when it was written. language makers invented the texts and called them ancient and then spent the next half century pretending to be figuring out what they say.

The formation of the ASI also includes funding by Lord Lawrence in 1871. The Lawrence’s were a big time name in the textile manufacturing capital “Mill Island” where the Bread and Roses strike was staged. This family had the birth-right status high enough to be shot-callers in India as well.

In 1892 an announcement would be made that funding would be withdrawn and the ASI shutdown unless big discoveries were made. The great “discoveries” were indeed made with the March 1895 discovery of the Nigali Sagar inscription, a Nepalese site, or sites would be better as this was a series of monuments called the Pillars of Ashoka will multiple languages inscribed on them. This is regurgitated Rosetta Stone narrative mixed in with the Obelisks of Egypt or Victory Columns of Ancient Rome. (More on that later)

Funding was thereby based on the success of the years’ dig so as you can image the one-upmanship continued for years afterward until about 1898 when the director, Alois Fuhrer, was called out and admitted to passing off fake artifacts.

Things picked back up around 1902 when a young Cambridge grad J. Hubert Marshall (Hubbard, Marsh) was appointed as director. Marsh led the discovery of the Indus Valley civilization at Harappa and Mohenjodaro in 1921. Those two sites are the ones shown on Ancient Aliens and Histories Mystery’s all the time that show nuke evidence or vanished without a trace, they appear that way bc they are fake sites.

In 1944 Director-General was passed over to M.Wheeler who stayed just long enough to oversee the shuffling of boundaries as territories were reorganized and Pakistan was created as a separate country. Meanwhile during this period he excavated the site of Arikamedu and the Stone age sites of Brahmagiri, Chandravalli and Maski, all in the same geographical proximity of each other in Southern India.

Wheeler is the same guy that pulled the expeditions through the Grand Canyon and Pueblo Cliff Dwellings, well obviously not the exact same guy but these are multi-generational family based projects, we see the same names and orgs running the same cons everywhere on the whole Earth. The cliff-dwellings of America were overseen by engineering corps but most likely built by real Red-skins that still inhabit the area today, Im sure if you looked at each site in India you would find the same patterns. Not only that but the original Indian Army Corps of Engineers was installed by the East India Trading Company, it wasn’t even Indian, it wasn’t White either, the EITC were open Crypto-Jews.

The shuffling of national boundaries was in 1947, just in time for the Chinese invasion in 1950, which was even more shuffling and turmoil. When you are looking at the history of ancient sites dont focus only on the precise site itself, pay attn to the surrounding area, violence is one of the things to keep on the lookout for. This not only keeps people out of the area but causes confusion to the point where nobody is certain who even controls the area or what country it belongs to. The Chinese, India, Pakistan, Nepal, and Tibet all pretend like they are separate entities and hold proxy military engagements but they are all working together as one entity to pass off the fake history long game. China was set to play the bad guy at the very beginning, they aren’t anybody, they didn’t even survey their own roads for fux sake.

  • Many of Cunninghams relics were purchased by the British Museum. So far I havent found a single authentic artifact displayed by them.
  • Cunningham’s name was Alexander, I notice a pattern Alexander the Great, the Library of Alexandria, photographer Alexander Gardner. The name Alex. is on the radar. (its all context)

Alois Anton Führer and the Lucknow Museum

B. Nov 26, 1853. d. Nov 5 1930. Anytime around Thanksgiving is a trigger, maybe thats why it doesn’t fall on the same day every year, it just has to be close, get it? Also Nov 5, Guy Fawkes (Fox, the trickster, Cunning) day, you know, Remember, Remember the Fifth of November. Fawkes was a Jesuit agent, I mean, he never really existed but in the narrative he is written in as a Jesuit.

Well, Fuhrer started out as a Sanskrit teacher at St Xavier Institute around 1880. St X is a Jesuit school, any place or figure named Xavier is a Jesuit. Loyola and Ignatius are the same. Its their fake founding fathers; one of the charter members of the Jesuit Order was named Xavier, homeboys with Ignatius Loyola. X is not an uncommon name, when you see it it means they are Jesuits. These are the OG missionaries, the mission is inserting a fake narrative history. This Fuhrer guy isn’t off to a good start.

Originally born in Germany, he was appointed as a teacher of Sanskrit at St Xavier’s Institute in Bombay, most likely bc his teacher was a teacher of Sanskrit and got him the position. In 1882 he published 2 lectures on Hindu law for the Royal Asiatic Society, which later came out to be plagiarized. In 1884 he dropped out of the Catholic church, returned to Germany and applied for a position in Lucknow, India. Ok, so, in real life Jesuits dont get to just change their mind and drop out. In 1885 he was back in India as curator of the regional museum.

The provincial/state museum of Lucknow had only been established for 20 years, According to Nornie history Lucknow had come out of the independence revolution. The East India Trading Company controlled the area until 1857 there was a major battle called the Siege of Lucknow. This is total fake history. Just like the American Revolution it is a cover story for the Reset. Every independence revolution for that matter.

I have images said to be of the Lucknow siege a few chapters down. This was no simple battle. A battle of which is said to come behind a series of wars called the Anglo-Sikh Wars. The damage is so bad they need two fake wars to cover for it. The main thing I look for is vegetation growth and travel accessibility. If there are mature trees growing through a rubble pile and all the road ways are free of debris chances are it has been that way for a long time.

They might trick you but they aint tricking me. I gather my work from multiple sources and cross check everything. Fact check that, bitch.

The British put down the rebellion and are the ones blamed for destroying the building. (create a strawman target, promote insert racism). The building was considered a NGO (non government org), by NGO they mean NWO. This means the museum dealing in all the fakes isn’t tied to a nationality, they are covering the States ass. Like using a front cpmany to avoid freedom of information acts (FOIA, as if those were real), this creates plausible deniability. lol, the NGO was an American golfing club, they had a private golf club and the museum together in the same place. It was only a museum in history books.

Council of Scientific and Industrial Research has been associated with the building since the Reset as well. Today they are an autonomus entity with fractal entities of the same name in S. Africa and Australia. Pharmacutical R&D, Big Pharm, these are the guys that experiment new vaxxeens on the primitive cultures they created at the World Fairs just for this reason, a guinea pig class. This is how the NWO got where they are. They stole it The Reset is real, asshole, deal with it and move on.

The collection housed at the golf clubhouse was moved to its current location in 1883, when Fuhrer arrived. No sources would tell who the own of the building was but their virtue-signalling always gives them away. When I looked to see who the donation of artifacts came from at the time of the relocation they were quick to say it was a generous Abbott, not the priest kind, the Abbotts are one of the bankster families that are in charge of the Federal Reserve still today. Big Pharm, International Banksters, museum of fraudulant artifacts, all under the same roof.

The makers of the artifacts of India really sexed up the female imagry. The American Indian art is nowhere near as provacative. The inscription reads: “In the year 33 of the Maharaja, the Devaputra Huvishka, on the 8th day of the 1st summer (month)…” You’re right, that’s what it says.

These are the people that are really pushing the fake narrative from day 1 of the repopulation. Fuhrer didn’t stop being a Jesuit just like he didn’t apply for the curatorship. He was specifically groomed to be a museum gatekeeper of false antiquities to support the new fake timeline. Thats why he was outed later. He wasn’t outed either. He knew he was going down at the beginning. Of course he dealt in fakes, they are all fakes. Now there is plausible deniability, any artifact that gets challenged can be brushed aside.

The first curator of the museum, archeologist Dr. A.A. Fuhrer was appointed on 30 March 1885 (3/30). Fuhrer’s expertise and interest in the field of archeology was reflected in his first contribution to the collection of the museum, excavation at Kankali Mound at Mathura in three consecutive periods— 1888–89, 1889–90 and 1890–91. All the excavated antiquities recovered from the site were relocated to the erstwhile Provincial Museum.

The museum undertook other important excavations including one at Ahichchatra in 1891–92, the 1912–12 at Kasia and subsequent excavations at Indor Khera, Sankisa, Unchgaon and Astabhuja. These excavations and subsequent collections from the same contributed to the important Archeological section of the museum

Ministry of Truth

Every one of those places is fake, that means so is all the artifacts said to be from there.

Plus, he only gets busted for plagiarism. This suggests that everything he said was correct, just that he wasn’t the one that said it. This is the lowest err on the spectrum and involves only himself. Its not like he pleaded guilty to staging a mock excavation, which would throw the system under the bus.

Expedition to Nepal in 1886

In 1896

  • Felice Beato was the first photographer to devote himself entirely to photographing in Asia and the Near East. He photographed in Japan, India, Athens, Constantinople, the Crimea, and Palestine. He settled in Yokohama and from 1863 to 1877 made hundreds of ethnographic portraits and genre scenes in Japan. He opened a business in Burma.

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Pillars of Ashoka

So far to date up to 30 pillars have been discovered, these are the finds that saved Fuhrer’s career and then ruined it as he was caught plagarizing Cunninghams research papers. The pillars are in varying stages of ruin with only one, the Pillar at Vaishali, being in pristine condition. Modern academics like to discuss possible inspirations for the phallic symbols as they share atributes with other cultures that are thousands of miles apart. Maybe we can save them alot of time and effort by just telling them straight up that they’re all fake and the same people that made these pillars are the same people that made up the other cultures as well.

Top image: Abacus of the Allahabad pillar, with lotuses alternating with “flame palmettes” over a bead and reel pattern.
Bottom image: A quite similar frieze from Delphi, Greece.
Above: Both lions from present day Iran but separate locations and time periods. All sites share simiale features that indicate a common source, instead of an over complicated attempt to explain this I put forth a small group from a prestigious elite art academy is responsible, making only slight changes to a standard template.
Left image: Vaishali lion of Ashoka. Right image: Relief of a lion at Nineveh, Babylon.
Top Left: Lion Capitol of Ashoka features animals joined at the rear resting on lotus bell.
Top right: Joined horses from the Persian Empire on a lotus bell

Below left: Delphi column topped with Sphinx capitol. Bottom right: Pillar of Ashoka at Sarnath

In 1950, three years after Indian independence, the lion capital at Sarnath was adopted as the emblem of the Republic of India, with the lions representing virtues such as pride, power, courage and confidence. The inverted lotus bell has been omitted, and the motto ‘Satyameva Jayate, meaning “truth alone triumphs,” is inscribed in Devanagari script below the abacus. The original lion capital is now preserved at the Sarnath Museum, near Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

Truth Alone Triumphs”, Ok

Winged Lion of Venice, showing an admixture of all parties mentioned above.

  Kolhua :- The Excavations conducted by Archaeological Survey of India have unearthed remains of  Kutagarshala, a Swastika-shaped monastry, a tank, cluster of votive stupas, miniature shrines, main stupa and the Ashokan Pillar.  The main components of structure and the antiquity belonged to the period ranging from Maurya ( 3rd Century B.C.) to post Gupta (7th Century A.D.).

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FIRST REPUBLIC: It was the capital city of the Vajjian Confederacy of Mithila, considered one of the first examples of a republic in the world, around the 6th century BCE.

Lord Buddha visited Vaishali frequently and at Kolhua, he preached his last sermon. Emperor Ashoka, in the third century B.C. erected one of his famous lion pillars here. It is one of the best-preserved of the Pillars of Ashoka, topped by a single Asiatic lion.

The pillar locally known as “Lat” is 11.00 meters high monolithic polished sand stone column surmounted by a seated lion capital. It is probably one of the earliest pillars of Ashoka and does not bear the usual edict. But a few letters in shell characters of Gupta period are engraved on it.

The brick stupa was erected to commemorate the event of offering honey to Buddha by the monkey chief. It was originally built during Mauryan period (323 B.C. to 232 B.C.)

Jainism, too, has its origins in Vaishali. It was here in 599 BCE the 24th [and last] Jain Tirthankara, Bhagwan Mahavira was born and brought up in Kundalagrama in Vaishali republic. He lived in Vaishali till he was 22. This makes Vaishali a pious and auspicious pilgrimage to Jains.

The city finds mention in the travel accounts of Chinese explorers, Faxian (4th century CE) and Xuanzang (7th century CE), which were later used in 1861 by British archaeologist Alexander Cunningham to first identify Vaishali with the present village of Basrah in Vaishali District, Bihar.

Antiquities like beads of semi precious stone, terracotta figurines, seals and sealing, bricks embedded with semi precious stone, inscribed potsherd and an unique terracotta figure of crowned monkey found during the excavations of the site are kept on display for visitors in the local site museum run by ASI.

Vaishali was nominated to be a UNESCO World Heritage site as one of the Silk Road Sites in India in 2010 .


The site is located in the heart of the Patna. It is a chance finding. In 1991, during digging a foundation for multi-storeyed commercial building by Bihar state Government authorities few terracotta antiquities recovered by the labourers. It created a curiosity among the archaeologists and thus this office has been asked to conduct a trial excavation for proper investigation of the site.


L.P. Tessitore (1916-17), Aurel Stein (1940-41) and A. Gosh surveyed this area and identified the archaeological importance of this region. The excavation work at Baror added new chapter in the study of Harappan Civilization.   


Jainism, along with Buddhism and Hindu, are the three religions inserted into the region that are basically the same thing with minor differences. I’m sure many people would argue, its like how all Christian factions are basically the same thing. Their sigils give them away every time. Supposedly this flag was accepted at a world convention in 1974 as their universal symbol on their 2500th anniversary. How they managed to keep the same calendar as everyone else for that long is amazing by itself. The core belief is reincarnation. It would be entirely too easy if this was kept as a single religion, these are the compartmentalists we are talking about. They broke it up into three main branches, this means each temple has sections dedicated to each sect and all the cave complexes each have there corresponding sections as well, each section having its own isolated history. All this ado is to break up the outline and hide the fact they are all made up by the same people.

You probably have noticed a trend here. Im not a big fan of the swazzie as a sigil of hate… or any capacity really but its necessary to show the language of symbols that most people fail to recognize. This is not evidence that the same symbol was used for thousands of years all over the world, its evidence that the same group of people traveled around the world and made these cultures and religions up and inserted them into the narrative and the local population.

Case in point:

This is a 1917 currency from Russia, the Bolsheviks did away with all things Russian, including this piece. It shows all the connections. Plus, I don’t think it would considered a conspiracy theory in Normieville to say the Jews control the Central Bank. Sure, dif regions might print currency thats specific to their language and featured characters, every land has their own fake founding fathers on their own money, but there is only one central bank, thats why its called a ‘Central’ bank, duh.

Cave art from 1904 Younghusband Expedition; the same wall also featured swastikas.

Since here seems like the right place, I’ve been looking to find a place to include some artifacts at an art museum in Corfu, Greece. If you read my essay on the Winged Lion symbol this might make more sense.

Briefly, the winged lion is a representation of the changing of the guard. Its the new ‘World Order’, and anywhere its found was, or still is a seat of power. One of those places is a tiny island in Greece I’d never heard of before, Corfu. Corfu was home to a once-great civilization of urban canals and dual starforts at the harbor entry. On google earth it shows a blurred out area in the rear of one of those starforts which turned out to be an Asian art museum. Kinda strange to blur out something like that huh? Well, Asian history is just as fake as Corfu history and the search for the Winged Lion began with the pillars of Ashoka so it is not inappropriate. Even though it was blurred on one page I found a complete archive of all its contents. Not much details of the location of where the artifacts originated but the important part is the symbols.

Flag symbolism

Since we’re on the subject of flags, now would be a good time to mention the flag of India itself. Common color and pattern layout, the center design is the Dharmachakra wheel that is the same one found on all the fake sites dug up by the ASI. The first one dug up on the Lion of Ashoka pillar became the National emblem. Its a 24 spoke variation of the flag but is also common with 12 or 8 spokes as the wheel by itself in Indian art. It doesn’t matter so much as to how many spokes as to the context

The Dharmachakra in turn is called a Chi-rho, the Wheel of Shamash, the Sun Wheel and many others, depending on who the local pagans are.
It is very similar to the Gypsy flag, with 16 spokes. intersetingly, the Gypsys incorporate ancient Egyptian, Roman, and Indian influence into their own culture, all of which are modern fabrications.

This is also the Wagon Wheel thats featured so prominently in American folk-art thats used as a symbol of the Westward Expansion.

Tilaurakot, Kapilavastu

Home of one of the Pillars

Capital of a state in Nepal mentioned in the ancient texts, supported by ancient Chinese texts. The first modern attempt to the capital was in 1858 by Dr Lassen, seconded by Mr. MS Julien. Again in 1863 by Cunningham, later in 1876 by his assistant Mr Carlleyle. Finally some coins and pottery chards were discovered in 1889. Dept of Archeology supervised the excavation unearthed the whole village complex, they found rooms for blacksmith that made war stuffs and coins and kitchenware in one spot, several stupas, terracotta figures.

In 1896, Nepalese archaeologists (led by Khadga Shamsher Rana and assisted by Alois Anton Führer) discovered a great stone pillar at Lumbini. Führer postulated that the pillar was placed at the site by Ashoka (emperor of the Maurya Empire).

It was the later archeological dig in the 1920s that led to the discovery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, The interesting part is the ancient Chinese texts mention a Hindu temple on the site, which can be found today still occupied. This means the hindu temple was made to confirm what the texts said, a two-fer. The ruins of the Buddist structure accompanied by the Hindu temple, all in a forged Chinese pilgrim travelogue.

c1905. This is a pic label ‘rediscovery’. its a bad photoshop. Its too clean. the wet sand around it was a nice touch but it too looks fake. The artifacts just laying around are all museum pieces. Its the only dig I’ve seen with fully intact museum quality pieces just laying around. Most of all its the shadows that dont add up. The lions are pointed to 11 o’clock, none of the other pieces even have shadows. The base layer photo is probs real. Its either a staging area or they are constructing it and not excavating it.

Artist Created the Cave Temples

A survey of the art institutes in early India and the adoption of the Lion Chakra as the national sigil would start with Abanindranath Tagore, it was he who determined to use the Ashoka capital as the National Emblem. He was given the royal title of Companion for his contributions to British India, founded the “Indian Society of Oriental Art”, was the first proponent of the system of self-rule made famous by Ghandi. He also founded the Bengal School of Art, we have mentioned briefly that the Bengals were the first survey teams and were an extension of the East India Trading Company.

Tagore learned art from the Government School of Art, the Sanskrit College in Calcutta during the 1880’s, and later at the St. Xavier College as a special student. St Xavier was the Jesuit school connected to the scammer Fuhrer, the is given credit for discovering the original Pillar of Ashoka even though he later admitted to faking a bunch of other stuff.

In 1890, Abanindranath attended the Calcutta School of Art where he learnt to use pastels from O. Ghilardi, (Gulliard) and oil painting from C. Palmer, European painters who taught in that institution.

Around 1897 he took lessons from the vice-principal of the Government School of Art, (it is the same institution as Calcutta School of Arts)

Tagore also is noteworthy for his name, which this is a good opportunity to introduce another character by the same name, his uncle, the poet and New World Agent that I first became acquainted with as eugenicist Margaret Sanger and Helen Keller’s contact in India. The uncle, Rabindranath Tagore, founded a public institute of higher learning, starting first as a single unit and elvolving into a full University.

The name is spelled Visva-Bharati which means the “communion of the world with India.” I aint even trying to pronounce it.

The motto of the institute translates roughly into “Where the world makes a home in a single nest.” So, two fancy ways of saying New World Order.

The whole family are nazi’s, thats why him and Sanger got along so well.

The Tagores got their start by Rabindranath’s old man, born around the year 1800 into a wealthy family, this means he was of the Reset class, not the Inheritors. Devendranath was one of the founders of an early Hindu sect called BRAHMO SAMAJ. They traveled back and forth between Bengal and the British Royal Court where it is claimed he “advocated the ideals of the French Revolution” (the F.R. is an allegory for the Reset) and developed the Hindu branch of the One World Religion, and also pledged to work toward a “world-wide republic” you can read more about the early fathers of the religion here and here. The thing worth pointing out here is they are known to have traveled to Tibet in “chasing the Mystery Schools” around the beginning of the 1800’s. If you remember Tibet wasn’t breached by anyone from the outside until at least the late 1800’s so this indirectly challenges that timeline. Reading the sigils, he was not chasing the Mysteries as much as he was inserting them. Or, they never existed at all and it is just a way scriptwriters can connect the two places. This is your Bon connection.

Lets go back to Abanindranath and his Oriental Art Society. (History wants to distinguish between this and the school in Paris of the same name, of course they would, they are the same) The Society was founded in Calcutta in 1907, but sponsored by a group of European elites, many from Sweden.

It organised art exhibitions, taught students, and published high-quality reproductions and illustrated journals. Meetings were held in the Government Art rooms at the school and sometimes in the rooms of the Asiatic Society. The Society subscribed to a series of art magazines which were distributed to members.The Society won notability for the first time by joining the London India Project, The Indian Society had other new Exhibits made from the frescoes in the Ajanta caves The Indian Society nominated two eminent artists, Nandalal Bose and Asitkumar Haldar, to go to the caves and for several months under the direction of an English artist, Lady Herringham, who was a copyist. Copies of Italian frescoes. Work from the group of artists were later used by the India Society in London and enjoyed great popularity. admired by the press in Europe.

In addition to color reproductions by Indian painters, the Indian Society regularly publishes excellent photographs of outstanding Indian paintings by Dr. Johnston & Hoffmann, Calcutta, a Society-sponsored photography firm. If any Hoffman is involved there can only be one angle. These would be the photographers that made up photoshop pics of the sites.

But the work of the Society received a real boost from the generous patronage of the then Governor of Bengal, with the help of large sums of money provided from public funds, the Society was able to create a home of its own by renting the Hindusthan Insurance Building on Hogg Street, where a school of painting and sculpture is located. The spacious floor and large walls of the hall provided a magnificent display space and evoked a fascinating and mystical atmosphere of Indian culture. (Thats bc they were making artifacts to be used at ancient sites)

The first President was the Earl Kitchener. Kitchener was born into a military family, served in the Crimean War, which we already know was a fake, so the claims he also served in the Boer War in S Africa we can assume the same thing. in 1871 he was commissioned to the Royal Engineers and surveyed parts of the Middle East and Egypt. Kitchener will be a good springboard for looking into Egpyt.

Here is Kitchener in the first military propaganda poster of its kinda with the outstretched finger copied the world over, esp in America with Uncle Sam.

Kitchener was a media invented war hero during a colonialist period. Colonialism is a cover for the Reset.

Lady Herringham was inspired by the British Museum to get copies of the frescos of the caves of Ajanta. She had the help of the local authority of the region the caves were located in. The caves were “rediscovered” in the mid 19th century, my fav trigger word.

  • The Asiatic Society connects to Japan and China, it was an international project, collaborators from every land were meeting here to learn and teach.
  • the Boer war utilized the Scorched Earth Policy to eradicate all people and all traces of people in an the largest region so far, this means there was no people there to begin with

Source, 2,

Fred Henry Andrews ran the Mayo School of Art, these would be the guys that created the physical manuscripts and did the interior decorating of the cave walls, them or a fractal group with a new name to provide cover. The Pundits of India were always on the periphery bc they were the ones doing all the grunt work. Check for art school partners from elitist institutions, this is who made the temple complexes

Aurangabad district, Maharashtra

This whole state is further compartmentalized into a vast series of temple/cave complexes. There also is several palaces and structures within urban areas that dont match the timeline and somehow managed to survive the revolution unscathed

Olde World Architecture

These are the real Reset structures, not the rubber stamp faux religious temples, although some temples in a modern setting appear to be old-world but their backstory is false, I tried to stay away from those but I should warn you for your own notes to be mindful of urban temples. The all-fake temples are built away from civilization just to keep them isolated.

Borobudur at Magelang, 1866. Collection at Leiden U

Fake Tourist-Trap History Cave Complex

So the thing about these places is is they leave the viewer is awe and wonder but that is the trap. These were dug out before the start of the repopulation, during the period betwwen the reset event and the start of modern timeline history. They are not relics from the Old World though. The intent is to draw attn away from the real artifacts, keeping the focus here, like, “How did they do that?”, that way nobody is paying any mind to the structures like the ones above that the narrative says were done in only a couple years with nothing more than a donkey and cart.

All caves systems, while breathtaking at first glance all have the same cookie-cutter features. The amount of energy required to make just one hand-cut cavern suggests these were done before the repopulation. However, they are not near as old as the brochure claims, meaning, I thought originally they were existing and the Reset Order just scratched their name on it but now I am sure they were fabricated from wholesale bullshit, meant to serve as tourist trap history spots only. These 3 systems each have the influences of the European Cathedrals with the high vaulted arched ceilings and center alter. Each system is in its own little compartment and completely isolated and unrelated to each other site. Even with identical architectural elements they are not supposed to be connected. The other feature they share is the highlighting of hips and boobs on the female sculptures. Each complex also has 3 independent sites, one each for Jains, Buddhists, and Hindu’s. These comprise the Asian trifecta of the Judaeo/Christian and Islam mainstream religions in the West

Ajanta Caves

Approximately 30 man-made caves cut into the cliff face contain some of the most well know examples of Buddhist cave art and sculpture on Earth. A UNESCO World Heritage site and under jurisdiction of the ASI.

The caves are mentioned by traveling Chinese pilgrims, just like in other narratives of fake sites, not only that, its the same exact pilgrim, Faxian, that Hedin and the Silk Road crew were following up on his discription to find the Lop Lou sites. The fact that the caves are in the ficticious travelogues of imaginary characters could mean either the whole complex is recent fake or just the history and discovery is faked.

The Caves were covered by jungle until accidentally “discovered” and brought to Western attention in 1819 by a colonial British officer Captain John Smith (lol, for reals) on a tiger-hunting party. The sites were well known to the natives so Smith recruited some to help clear the entrance where he scratched his name and year into the surface. This is more recycled script from Chaco Canyon/Mesa Verde. Furthermore anyone name John Smith is not to be trusted, think Jamestown and the fake map. This is a conglomeration of all the UNESCO sites we have covered so far.

Kanheri Caves

War of Indian Independence’s covers all land and all destruction. Same as the cultural revolution in China. All war serves the Reset

Deowara cave, 1880’s

Naqsh-e Rustam

This is the cliff tomb of Darius the Great, King of Ancient Persia, Persepolis, Iran. The Indian exterior tourist trap cave are more similair than other cliff sites which are build up with bricks instead of recessed back into the wall.

If its on the currency it is deception

Barabar Caves

Oldest hand cut caves in India. pic 1870

Karna Chopar cave, Peppé, Thomas Fraser Date: 1870 – British Library

Seven new caves found in 2017


This site here was found accidentally by two random hikers after a rainstorm washed 10,000 years of dirt off the surface. I guess that kind of thing happens all the time in India, at least according to the folks at the Smithsonian it does. All confirmed by the ASI.

Jammu/ Kashmir/ Ladakh

In speaking of petroglyphs and rock art I found a representative case in Ladakh, Buddist Northern India. It is really only separated by imaginary borders meant to break up the region so that its spread out between several countries so each can get a share of the tourist industry.

It was not until the beginning of the 1900s that the petroglyphs of Ladakh were scientifically recorded by the Moravian missionary, August Hermann Francke during his stay in Ladakh. We have cover several Frank hoaxsters already so he’s not off to a good start. On top of that he’s a missionary, and specifically Moravian. This ties him to the Czech World Heritage sites and the Moravian’s were among the first missions in Cherokee country on the East Coast. Franks include Anne, the case that was proven a fraud in both German and American Supreme Courts, and Leo, the graphic torture murder art project.

Not much history is available about the place. Ladakh served as an independent country from the 10th century till about 1979, when it was put in possession of India. It was held ‘illegally’ by China and Pakistan for a period of time. Two districts Leh and Kargil. Leh is the capitol city, headquarters of the Moravian Mission. The region is marked by periods of violence in the 1900’s starting with the Chinese invasion of Tibet, between India, China, and Pakistan, which constitute a Muslim/Buddhist/Hindu force. Gherkin Indian soldiers is according the Geneva Convention guidelines is a mercenary group however is overlooked by Article 47, similar to the French Foreign Legion.

Ladakh is a land full of cliff side monasteries and rock art and like the case of there has been a build up of activity toward the end game of having the whole area designated a World Heritage site for commercial tourism reasons.

Leh: Ladakh is getting more and more popular as a tourist destination. And why not: the peculiar landscape, the snow-capped mountains, the high altitude lakes, a different culture, the monasteries and so on make it an ideal tourist destination.

The rock art of Ladakh is one aspect which has a high potential for tourist attraction of a different nature altogether. It is in fact the oldest monument to be found in Ladakh, far more than any monasteries. Many of the rock art sites in the world, including India, have successfully tapped rock art as a tourist destination. The rock art of Ladakh (technically classified as petroglyphs) is so widespread throughout Ladakh that we can claim to have largest concentration of petroglyphs in India (if not world). In fact we feel Ladakh could serve as an open museum for rock art. So far we have discovered hundreds of sites, thousands of engraved rocks and tens of thousands of figures, throughout Ladakh. Given the fact of their antiquity, there is every scope of an open museum of rock art in Ladakh. But till anything is done, for the present, the message is “protect these rock art” they are part of our cultural heritage.

At Domkhar, particularly in the private compound of Thangjuk family lies one of the most beautiful forms of animal representations, a clear Central Asian art of more than two thousand years old. The family has now made it a Rock Art Heritage Garden for visitors to enjoy. In fact every single one of the artifacts lays within his compound, which he single handedly has ‘protected’ and given an official award in recognition. I’m sure it also helps that his rock garden is the number one tourist trap in Ladakh. Sounds pretty jenky to me.

Fortress remains in Tibet. Compare with remains of Pueblo sites in the SW
The similarities are clear to me, there doesnt have to be much, just a few rubble piles and some circular foundations. This is taken in Chaco Canyon.
Desert Kites, discovered in 1920’s by RAAF over Syria

Monasteries in Ladakh

A mix of Pre-Reset structures and modern fakes. Some of the places have the same pics for multiple listings. Or maybe there are separate monasteries within each building complex… I will say even if some are Pre-Reset, the frescos, paintings, carvings and all other markings are recent forgeries. Its immpossible to distinguish the age when you cant even find a credible picture. If the ones I am showcasing are indeed the reall things I’d say theres a very small percentage that is legit old. These mud brick structures are small and less ornate than the Pueblo Indian dwellings of the 4 Corners region of America, which I have already shown to be modern constructs. The ones that are potentially old have modern buildings attached. They are cheap knock offs of the monasteries of Tibet, designed to be tourist traps.

  • Shey Monastery – 
  • Rizong Monastery –
  • Matho Monastery – 
  • Karma Dupgyud Choeling Monastery – 
  • Samstanling Monastery – 
  • Hemis Monastery – 
  • Spituk Monastery –
  • Stakna Monastery – 
  • Phyang Monastery – 
  • Takthok Monastery –
Thiksey*1912 2Mangu1500’s 3
Leh Palace*18734Alchi13th C5
Basgo20197Likir11th C8
Sumda Chum201910Diskit15th C11
Rangdum1700’s12Wanla14th C13
Monasteries house multiple temples, all in various states of disrepair. It seems the scam is that any pile of rubble can be given any age and then placed on a protected monuments list which provides restoration funds. a new ‘old’ structure is built with the same fake year attached. These are no different in engineering to the Pueblo homes of the South West U.S.

A. H. Francke states that, “according to popular tradition,” it was originally the foremost Bon monastery in Ladakh; its name means sauwastika and is a popular symbol in Bon for “eternity”. Yungdrung is the name of the most popular school of Bon.- Lamayuru

Sumda Chum, Alchi, Mangu: legend says flying fairies built it in one day 1.000 years ago. IDTS. World Monument Fund 2006 [link] Most sites are promoted by Global Himalayan Expedition (GHE), the International Bankster/NWO front org. (Anything with the word ‘global’ is Agenda 21/NWO).

I thought the places were reusing the same image repeatedly. No, they are cookie cutter palace/temple/monastery complexes that are all built with the same design and feature the same attractions, such as the 33 meter Buddhas and plastic looking stupas.

Festival of the Scapegoat” is the popular prayer festival that is celebrated at Diskit Monastery, Likir Monastery and Leh Palace. The mask dance, also known as Cham dance is performed. Significant bc all of the American Indian dances are modern inserts.

THE ACHI ASSOCIATION is a private, non-profit organisation based in Switzerland. It was founded by people dedicated to the preservation of Buddhist heritage and scholars specializing in the early Art and Architecture of the Himalayas. Its purpose is to contribute to the safeguard of the outstanding but endangered cultural heritage in the Himalayas. Currently the association concentrates its efforts on a number of early temples in the Tibetan Buddhist area of Ladakh, Northwest India, which are not protected otherwise. An interdisciplinary team of specialists from Europe and India, partly linked to academic programs at different universities, combines in-depth research with hands-on preservation. The typical earthen architecture with its flat roofs and the splendid interiors, in particular the wall paintings executed on clay plaster, pose particular conservation problems. They are the focus of Achi Association´s conservation efforts. The involvement and participation of the local people is key for sustainable preservation. Since the 1970s Ladakh has opened up for tourism, modernization and industrialization. On the one hand, Ladakhi communities have been able to profit economically from tourism. On the other side tourism and an increased presence of the Indian Army significantly affected and altered all aspects of traditional life… [Link]

Several sites have a Maitreya Buddha, a 33 meter tall representation of the future Buddha. Installed in the 90’s. Some said to be gold gilded.

Hungarian Alexander Csoma de Koros visited Phuktal between the periods of 1826-27.

  • (*) date of historical Image. Most have no old images, not bc of isolation but bc they are not old, in this case I give the the year according to the brochure

This area is Laddakh, which we have already partially covered. (Note to self: reorganize chapter) Laddakg is not the only places in the region

Here’s just some random shots included in the Beato folder that all come from the same book published a long time ago. The album is all fake ruins sites. Big stone building out in the middle of nowhere with no surrounding foundations or nothing. This keeps people from looking at the real old stuff they call recent war damage. I’m looking for the book now to do a better analysis but its promoted, another sign its all fakes.

On my Pontoon:

T. Haskins Collection

Haskins was one of the first White politic-ers in Asia and the first one to interact with the 13th Dalai Lama. The existance of a photographic collection supposedly taken by him is largely unacknowledged however it was hiding in the library of Congress. The dates range from 1902-1906.

‘Workman’ is a code word. This also shows how far Edison’s tentacles reach

Lotus Foot binding

This is a random no-name image in Haskins file, the part that interests me are the little details.

Did you see the elephant capitols topping the columns? What are there elephants doing in China at this time to merit such a position?

To understand better lets return to our place in Beato’s folder at the Mermaid Power Plant in Lucknow. These are the double-tailed Merfolk like the one in the Starbucks coffee sigil. Just a guess here but it appears like they are offering a royal crown.

Talk about spooky, found her in the background of a random image. This explains everything, they’re alien gray hybrids. Here is the famly photo album.

Port Macarthur

Great Wall

Kings Tomb



    1. hey broski, Well they are twins, which is significant in itself, I’m almost surprized they admit it since they both will be playing the part. The article doesn’t say how the boys were chosen but they are US born with parents in the university and poiltical arena, executive of national resources at that, so this was a gift, comeuppance, pay-off. Whatever you want to call it. The drama with china will always be there, its part of the script. In the end there is nobody acknowledged on the world scene without china’s blessing so its about as real as WWE. This could be just used to trigger a whole new string of political unrest. They are already foreshadowing this in the coming death of the Dalai Lama, although he is also saying he is retiring so idk how thats going to work out if he has to chose his reincarnation before he is dead… Thanks for commenting

    1. shit bro, I never even heard of these people or places before a few weeks ago. Someone in the comments asked about it. Its just one of those things thats never gonna be done and I just have to know when to walk away. Its crazy. I dont like breaking up the articles but I find it makes it easier for alot of people to process. Theres like 10 posts in here. I guess its better for people to get one little piece than to just keep scrolling and not read anything. I was thinking about that pdf you sent. Did you see the section about the Indian Revolution? The mermaid ruins and steeples? Its spot on. I almost emailed you about it when I seen it. Sorry if I didnt reply timely or at all, sometimes I just dont want to fuck with anyone and then 2 weeks go by and I got to play catch up.
      Since I seem to find mummies wherever I go I think the elongated skulls of Paracus is next. Thats gonna be a good one. South America is terraformed and if you follow the old canal beds it goes right up to the National Park where they are found. it gave me goosebumps when I seen it. Africa is terraformed too, at least the Sahara desert is, but im sure those rock etchings of the hippos in what is now desert are fake. wait till you see some of the new city layouts they are building out there in the middle of nowhere. its wild.
      I have come across articles about some new AI programs that college kids are using to write their dissertations. I was thinking about trying one. I spend so much time trying to edit and finalize. Thats how you find the good shit though, Im sure I wouldnt like it but Im curious to see what would come out if I fed all these notes into one of those programs. I spent 12 hrs today and got about 3 and a half paragraphs about some no=name dust bowl town nobody will ever hear of again. Thats the way it is though. My premise is right. Thats the easy part. Thats why all the other sites want you to stay focused on current events. They spend all their time telling you about every story in the media is fake… well no shit, just come right out and say it, It’s All Fake.
      Thanks for dropping by. hey what do you think about breaking some articles out? Like the part about the monks lighting themselfs on fire is a good one to try and draw in some readers. Thats the sucky part is you can have the best info on the net but what good is it if nobody will read it? I can separate the chapter about the atmospheric energy components if you will share it.

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