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Hidden Technology – Was History Way Ahead than the Future We’re Blinking?

“In a famous saying Oracle told Neo, the problem is not in the answers, the problem is that we are asking the wrong questions.”

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Niloy Banerjee, Consultant Editor & External, Communication, BISinfotech

What If? You travelled the world just from your home by just sitting back at your couch popping your butter-spiced popcorn. Or maybe binge-watching ‘Dark’ on my refrigerator enabling entertainment and storing food at the same time. In a case imagine, the things we worship can talk to us, but is it possible? In this piece of “What If?” I will share my research and findings unveiling few astonishing theories that commemorate and spell the well existence of ‘Hidden Technology’.

Hidden Technology States We’re Still Technologically Lame?

Our ancestors and their architecture depict many truths of Hidden Technology which they were using discreetly. But Why? What If it did flash innovations in front of every people at that time?

– Few Questions?

  • Did a highly advanced civilization exist in prehistory?
  • Is the Giza Pyramid a remnant of their technology?

From the pyramids in the north to the temples in the south, ancient artisans left their marks all over Egypt, unique marks that reveals the very existence of technology and moreover not even be invented till today, yes, more than smartphones or air-drones.

Ancient or ‘Anci-net?’

AncientAccording to modern technocrats, the future everybody desires is when machines are more cognitive and connected. Hundreds of billions has been divulged to make this future enable a new system of sustainability for humans. But what if somewhere in distant past few theorists reveal that they used similar wavelengths and ‘networks’ to connect and communicate with eachother. While researching across the modern internet I got few evidences of ‘Anci-net’. Even, when one tumbles few words from ‘Ancient’ you get the word I soberly discovered ‘Anci-net’. So as stating according to Quora, “British archeologists found traces of copper wire dating back 1000 years and came to the conclusion that their ancestors already had a telephone network one thousand years ago. Not to be outdone in the weeks that followed, Russian archaeologists dug 200 meters and headlines in the Russian papers read: “Scientists have found traces of 2000 year old optical fibers and have concluded that their ancestors already had advanced high-tech digital communications 1000 years earlier than other Europeans. “One week later, Israeli newspapers reported the following: “After digging as deep as 800 meters, our scientists have found absolutely nothing.” They have concluded that 3000 years ago, Hebrew tribes were already using wireless technology.

‘Governments and Aliens’ Together Using Hidden Technology?

From anti-gravity, FTL drives, and teleportation, these technologies bring a much old legacy than we identify it to be intuitively modern. From many of the best-selling books of @MartyEttington he writes a jaw-dropping book named “Aliens and Secret Technology: A Theory of the Hidden Truth (The Aliens and UFO Secrets Series Book 1)”. This book is an overview of both the history of aliens and UFOS, as well as a review of hidden aerospace and propulsive technologies. Where did these technologies come from? And how have they developed in the intervening years? How about the CARET program to reverse engineer anti-gravity technology which uses diagrams and intelligent materials to implement it. Do we know how to travel to other stars? Yes–This is part of what the US government has learned from alien ships over the years. Quoting from almost a three-decade-old entirely digital media outlet, Salon, wherein an article it reads, According to self-appointed “UFOlogist” Steven Greer, aliens have come to the Earth many times over — and even had a meeting with President Dwight Eisenhower in the 1950s! — but most people are unaware because of a government conspiracy to hide the truth. And he has a new documentary out, titled “Unacknowledged,” that promises to blow the lid off the whole thing. “The evidence for interstellar civilizations will be presented,” his website reads, “along with evidence of an illegal cartel hiding from the public and Presidents alike the truth that we are not alone and that we now know how they get here.”

Technology of Information

In a strive to make people more smarter technology handed over the modern society to ‘Information’. Hence one well informed or ill-informed the bazooka of information is here and now undeniable and more accessible.

Few Examples of Information You Never thought Changed The Modern world:

  • This vertical control structure held until Gutenberg. Printing’s relatively inexpensive distribution was the original information revolution. Its effect was, once again, to horizontalize the flow of information.
  • In 1545, almost 100 years after Gutenberg’s breakthrough, Swiss scholar Conrad Gesner attempted to put his arms around the cacophony of conflicting information by cataloging all the books that had ever been published. The preface of his collection eerily sounds like what we hear today.
  • In 1848, in order to share the costs of telegraphic reporting from afar, the major newspapers of New York City founded the Associated Press (AP).
  • Hicky’s Bengal Gazette was the first English-language newspaper published on the Indian subcontinent. It was founded in Calcutta, capital of British India at the time, by Irishman James Augustus Hicky in 1779.

Wrapping up this issue of ‘What If’ I would like to conclude stating that decisions are made by the release of technology and the creativity of early adapters, which change the social landscape before opponents even have a chance to express their opinion.

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Niloy Banerjee

A generic movie-buff, passionate and professional with print journalism, serving editorial verticals on Technical and B2B segments, crude rover and writer on business happenings, spare time playing physical and digital forms of games; a love with philosophy is perennial as trying to archive pebbles from the ocean of literature. Lastly, a connoisseur in making and eating palatable cuisines.

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