Courtesy of Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon
If the Gold Mines of King Solomon have never been found is because the explorers where looking in the wrong place, in Central and South Africa. The first Temple in human history was at the top of Mount Girinagar, in India. That Temple later on became the format, the icon, the model for all subsequent temples built around the world, and according to Plato there was gold, a lot of gold.
So, as reported by Albert Churchward, (Not to be confused with James Churchward), an Egyptian tumb of the 18th dinasty had inscription that state that the gold kept in this site was in fact coming from the ‘Land of the South’; this mean not the South of Egypt, but from a place that is probably the Land of the Ancestral Fathers.
During my research in the State of Gujarat, in India, I came across a location with a very peculiar name: ‘Gola Dhoro’ (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gola_Dhoro); from where this name come from, Sanskrit? Hindi? English?Hebrew? Latin? Some Persian languages? No, is from modern Italian, and it mean: ‘ Golden Canyon’ or Horo’s Canyon (Gola d’Oro/ Gola di Horo). This is a general question of an Indian name, it does not mean we have found anything related to an historic place, but is this just another weird coincidence?
We know that the Romans had a scheduled shipping fleet going to India, so even if the that name was created during those time, the modern Italian language did not exist. It looks that when we found artefacts or other traditions that cannot fit in our narrative, we choose to ignore or hide them. This time we underline this coincidence, and we rise a legitimate question, how a modern Italian name has been conceived and used in India, possibly thousands of years ago, when in fact there was no trace anywhere of the Italian language?
Years ago we found a document written by an historian, P.N.Oak, some evidences show how Vatican City in Roma was built with the clear intention to remember that before Christianity, Roma, was in fact, an Indian settlement.
I heard another similar story telling that in ancient Roma there was an Hindu Temple, and when the Christians arrived they destroyed the building and killed the priest in charge.
From our prespective we suggest that this is just the tip of the iceberg, or we could confortably say, an Indian elephant in the dining room, and that not just Roma was an Indian product, but that all others classic civilizations around the world, including Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt, were products of the fallen Indian City-State of Atlantis and later on, of India itself.
In Roma as a matter of fact, we want to point out that Romans were eating lying on the floor, using only hands, and wearing the ‘Toga’, that is something coming out entirely from India.
What about the similarities of the religion of the Roman soldiers, Mitraism, with the old Atlantis and Indian traditions?
How Christians in the Americas are hiding, destroying and denying any reference to India in the continents, while in their main city, Roma, there are traces of the Hindu presence before them?
So what the name ‘Gola Dhoro’ suggest after all? Well, lets say that in Roma after the fall of the Empire someone introduced a language that later was called, ‘Vulgaris’, something like a rude popular form of Latin. In fact here there is a problem: in Latin the word for gold is not like in Italian ‘Oro’, but is ‘Aurum’, and the word ‘Oro’ seems similar to Horo, the old name of Horus.
Is it possible that the original name of God, in Atlantis, was ‘Horo’, and that his Temple covered in gold became associated with the name of the precious metal?
The name of the Egyptian God ‘Horo’ has been changed in ‘Horus’, but again to divert attention from an old tradition? What is the reason for this change?
Is it possible that someone is trying to keep alive an old language of Atlantis, an early form of lost Sanskrit, a language similar to modern Italian that is also suspiciously similar to modern Japanese, Indonesian and all other Pacific languages, not to mention the North, Central and South American languages of the local Indians? A language made by a combination of one or more consonant and a vowel, in a sequence that is easy to remember, write and pronounce, with scarce use of accents and intonations, when the sound is not made from the throat, by some rare contraction of the tongue and face muscles or by pushing air in or out of the mouth. From Egyptian, Tem-Tu, became ‘Totem’. This is a simple way of producing sounds with the front part of the tongue and only by moving up and down the lips, a kind of language that children use to call parents, food, water, animals, the language of the early humans, the language of the Children of Atlantis?