The Hoysaleswara Temple in Halebidu, India, is one of the most mysterious places on Earth. Its walls are decorated with many bas-reliefs on which you can see figures of people in spacesuits, very similar to modern astronauts. They wear helmets that completely cover their heads, and you can see that each person wears protective gloves on their hands. Some of them have hoses that come from one side of the helmet and are connected to a spherical device in the back of the helmet. If you compare this thread to modern astronauts, the resemblance is uncanny.
However, until now, no one has been able to decipher this carving. Historians and archaeologists say that the upper part of this carving was destroyed by foreign invaders, especially the figure who is the protagonist of this carving. If you look closely, this figure is sitting on a throne with the astronauts lying on the floor begging him. The raised stances and hand gestures of the astronauts confirm this, but until we identify the central figure, we can’t determine what’s going on.
However, upon close examination of the carvings, we can realize that this is Vishnu, the God usually depicted on lotus flowers. On his shoulder we see the outline of a circular weapon called Chakra, which belongs to Lord Vishnu. You see a female figure sitting on his lap, and Vishnu is often depicted with his wife Lakshmi on his lap. I wonder why no one has noticed these clues to find the answer until now.
The ancient Indian texts clearly describe this scene. There are two groups of deities at war: Devas and Asuras. The Devas cannot defeat the Asuras, so they go to a planet named Vishnulokha and ask Lord Vishnu to help them. This thread is perfect for the scenario of Devs asking Vishnu for help. Today, historians tell us that all these stories are just mythology – Devas traveling to other planets thousands of years ago would have been impossible because there was no technology for space travel at that time. Scientists are simply defending the false picture they have constructed of the “official history of the world”.
However, this thread shows that such a scenario actually happened: because it shows the Devas as astronauts with helmets, hoses and gloves, just like modern astronauts. What’s even more interesting is that the Devs are cut without those astronaut suits when they’re on the ground. They are depicted with helmets, hoses and gloves only when they traveled to another planet called Vishnulokha. If space travel was not possible in ancient times, how can we explain sculptors who carve devas with remarkable resemblance to modern astronauts?