|Not Colorado but the seven lakes of Amir Dam, Bamiyan, Afghanistan (IADC/WQ)|
|Early Buddhists repurposed ancient statues built by a technologically advanced culture.|
|Click to enlarge for extraordinary detail: The Buddhas of the real Kapilavastu, Bamiyan Valley at the foothills of the Himalayan range now known as the Hindu Kush (wiki).|
|Treasures of Mes Aynak, Afghanistan|
(According to Indian historian Ranajit Pal, the Buddha was born and grew up in Bamiyan, ancient Scythia or Shakya Land, now formerly Buddhist Afghanistan -- home of the world's largest human images of the historical Buddha). What can an examination of the remains of the CIA/ISI's "Taliban" destruction of these sacred structures reveal about their mysterious origins?
Wise Up gives an analysis (in "Hiding in Plain Sight") of the forbidden archeology relating to the larger Buddha statue built into the mountainside. Fortunately, the largest remains buried in the "reclining into nirvana" pose, although National Geographic made an excellent film documenting its existence.
|Foot paddle boats launching from the shore of Amir Dam, Bamiyan, Afghanistan (IADC)|
|Afghanistan is a world of wonders, home of the Buddha, being destroyed by the U.S.|
|Afghanistan: The Great Buddha Statue of the Bamiyan Valley, 1972 (amazon.com)|
|When restored to its original glory, it would overlook the crossroads of East and West.|