Dwarka in India: This film airs for 24 hours, from midnight to midnight on May 1st, 2014.
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Welcome to the Dwarka: Atlantis of the East screening site. This film airs for 24 hours, from midnight to midnight on May 1st, 2014. Just press play below. -
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Could this forbidden ancient technology beneath the Arabian Sea force mankind to rewrite history?
For the first time ever, discover the stunning truth buried in the submerged city of Dwarka.
Free online screening on May 1st 2014. For 24 Hours ONLY.
You must register your spot at the link below:
DWARKA: ATLANTIS OF THE EAST THE SUBMERGED TRUTHS UNCOVERED ON A 2012 EXPEDITION TO MODERN-DAY DWARKA
These truths, as you are about to discover, may force humankind to reconsider everything we know about historic civilizations, ancient technology, and what lies in store for our uncertain future.
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In 2012, a childhood obsession drew Amish to the sunken city of Dwarka, off the Indian Ocean. Today, his new documentary film promises to reveal never-before-seen truths that challenge not only the established history of this mysterious city, but of early human civilizations and technology.
In the ancient Sanskrit text known as the Mahabharata, Dwarka was a majestic kingdom built by the enigmatic figure Krishna, which sank after a brutal war that reportedly killed over 4 million soldiers in just two days. Multiple modern-day excavation missions have consistently unearthed artifacts from Dwarka’s sea bed that appear to corroborate these historical accounts, until all digs were abruptly halted in 2000.
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In 2012, upon traveling to Dwarka, a camera crew decided to follow him around on his trip. Amish encountered multiple strings of evidence - including controversial archaeology experts and evasive excavation team members - that hinted at irrefutable truths within the seemingly sensational tales of this sunken city.
The Dwarka: Atlantis of the East film marks the first time he is going public with this information.
The Ancient Explorers are a movement founded by Amish in 2013, with the purpose of exploring historical hotspots across the globe that may reveal untold secrets regarding the ancient origins of mankind. In just 6 months, their online community has grown to over 130,000 members worldwide.
The public is invited to the world premiere online screening of Dwarka: Atlantis of the East on May 1st, 2014.
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