“By human calculation, a thousand ages taken together form the duration of Brahma’s (the Creator) one day. And such also the duration of his night. At the beginning of Brahma’s day all living entities become manifest from the unmanifest state, and thereafter, when the night falls, they are merged into the unmanifest again.” Bhagavad gita (8.17-18 )

According to Vedic chronology, now is the age of degradation (Kali Yuga). Naturally, such a statement may come as a surprise for most people brought up on the idea that we live in an age of progress. The ancient wisdom of the Vedas helps us to understand this contradiction, which completely shakes up our perception of the course of history.

From our very childhood, we’re used to think that the world was created from the primordial chaos, that there is no ultimate plan, and the emergence of intelligent life is purely accidental. We were led to believe (but not proved) that man evolved from apes and we made our way from caveman to civilized human.

At first glance, it sounds plausible, but there is an alternative view of the world history, which is supported not only by the ancient Vedic manuscripts, but also by many real artifacts. However, because of the inconsistency with official doctrines, they are either ignored or hidden away.

Science postulates the principle of evolution out of nothing, while the Vedas establish the principle of emanation of the world from the super intelligent source. In the early days, science tried to explain that the world is simple at its fundamentals, because it consists of elementary particles and therefore everything is quite explainable by physics and mathematics.


It is interesting that when physics evolved from the classical Newtonian mechanics to quantum mechanics, the talk about elementary particles subsided. It was discovered that the more we learn about matter the more complex it appears. Elementary particles are not elementary any more. When scientists came to the edge of research of matter, which at some point ceases to behave as matter, they got puzzled in indecision facing the unexpected complexity.

Surprisingly enough, the Vedas say that the world is inherently over complex, since every atom is permeated with divine energy, which acts on the basis of spiritual laws unknown to science.

It sounds as fantastic as currently fashionable “super-fibers theory”, believing that the very foundation of matter is super fibers, which are in a different dimension of reality, away from the empirical observation.

So, according to the Vedas, our universe is a limited sphere, where we are placed for breaking the law of the spiritual world of freedom. However, we are given a manual – the Vedas, which reveals how to live in harmony in the material world and how to return back to the spiritual world.

Everything in this world is activated due to the invisible energy of time, which divides all into past, present and future. This energy of time is also permeated with the three qualities (gunas) – goodness, passion and ignorance. Goodness is associated with awakening and sustaining, passion – with rapid growth and, ignorance – with destruction. All of the observed processes in this world go through phases of birth, growth, maintenance and destruction. This means that time is an alternation of these energy modes.


According to the Vedas, time goes in cycles, and this is also an observed fact. Every day we see awakening in the morning (goodness), frantic activity in the afternoon (passion), gradual cessation of activity at night (ignorance), and tomorrow the cycle is repeated.

The same thing happens in the annual cycle: spring (awakening – goodness), summer (rapid flowering and fruit – passion), autumn and winter (wilting and complete destruction – ignorance). Then a new cycle comes. By the way, this is why it is more logical to celebrate New Year in the beginning of spring (which is done in most of the eastern countries) than in the middle of winter. The same cycle is repeated on a greater historical scale.

It is interesting to know that in all of these cycles one can trace the same tendency: it all starts well and ends badly. Why everything is falling apart over time, degrades, fades away, and requires some repair or a complete reform? Science says that it is the law of entropy: “A system’s disorder increases with time.”

But why does time flow inexorably in only one particular direction and never changes? The Vedas say: because that is the sequence of changes of the three modes (goodness, passion and ignorance). Which means that the basis of the physical law of entropy is a metaphysical law of alternation of modes, associated with the awakening, growth and destruction.

It is on the basis of the universal law of entropy the Vedas explain how the ages change in the direction of degradation. Like four seasons of the year, there are four ages – Yugas – which are constantly repeated.


539759_4959158689432_324416766_nThe first epoch of the cycle is called Satya yuga. It lasts for 1 million 728 thousand years and is characterised by the dominant mode of goodness. Therefore, the human lifespan is 100 thousand years, they are huge in size (the Atlanteans) and have the very best human qualities. And since at that time the spiritual knowledge is available to the public and is the basis of education, then 100% of the population follows a spiritual path.

However, over time the influence of passion gradually increases, and then the next era comes- Treta yuga. It is shorter by quarter – 1 million 296 thousand years. The lifespan is reduced to 10 thousand years, and people are becoming shorter and the qualities like hatred, greed, hypocrisy, etc. are becoming apparent. About 75% of the population is following the spiritual path.

The next age is called Dvapara yuga. The sattva guna (goodness) is weakening and the raja guna (passion) is more prevalent with a slight influence of the tama guna (ignorance). Because of the prevalence of these qualities, all the good decreases and vice increases. It lasts for 864 thousand years (shorter by another quarter), and people live for about a 1,000 years.

In this era only 50% of the population is interested in spirituality. The events described in the Old Testament actually took place at the end of Dvapara yuga, for example we may learn about the age of the people: it is mentioned that Adam lived for 930 years, his son Seth – for 912 years, Enos – for 905 years, Cain – for 910 years, etc. And interestingly enough in that age, they retained their physiological productiveness. For example, Lamech begat Noah at the age of 595 years.1286370154_g4

Finally, the last and the shortest period of the cycle (432 thousand years) is called Kali yugax. It has begun 5000 years ago and will continue for another 427 thousand years. Approximately at the junction of these yugas, Dvapara and Kali, there was the flood that has been described in the Bible.

Kali Yuga is dominated by the modes of passion and ignorance with a little increment of sattva (goodness). In this regard, the respective symptoms are manifest. The lifespan is reduced to 100 years, and by the end of Kali yuga it will be no more than 30 years and the height will shrink to just one meter. Due to such a powerful influence of tamas (ignorance), spirituality will completely disappear, and by the end of Kali yuga the cannibalism will thrive. That’s when, according to the Vedas, God wipes out the entire “civilization” which is called the “end of the world.”

After this a new cycle begins, and the earth is re-populated again with spiritually developed people. With every consecutive era the human sensory abilities decrease by quarter and therefore the ability to perceive the spiritual reality in Kali yuga is a prerogative of the saints only, although in the past it was a norm for the majority. That is why, in this age no more than 25% of the population is inclined to the spiritual life.

The transition from one epoch to another is always accompanied by a partial destruction, especially in the transition to the current era. It is the last in a cycle and represents spiritual winter. When winter approaches, all remnants of summer and autumn are fading away. That’s why there is an opinion that humanity exists for a relatively short period of time.

According to the Darwinian theory of evolution, human-like creatures – Australopithecus began to evolve from apes about 4 million years ago in Africa. For 2.5 million years, they have developed into Homo habilis and Homo erectus, having migrated to Europe and Asia.


Approximately 200-300 thousand years ago they became Homo sapiens, having yet little resemblance of a modern human being. Then about 100 thousand years ago there was a Neanderthal man, and only 40 thousand years ago, the first representatives of modern human came into being. According to anthropologists, modern civilisation exists only for the last 10 thousand years.

It’s quite obvious, that the official doctrine is backed up by carefully selected archaeological findings. However, there are quite a large number of artifacts, which are simply ignored because they are inconsistent with the main theory. Besides that, due to the fact that the change of epochs is accompanied by disasters, the remnants of past civilisations are fewer.

Also, in the past the dead bodies were cremated to avoid ptomaine poisoning of the soil and to help the soul quickly cut ties with the dead body and move on. This fact also reduces the number of finds, contrary to Darwinism. And yet there are more than enough to think differently about our past and the future.

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Those who are eager for details we recommend M. Cremo and Richard Thompson’s book “Hidden History of Human Race”, which is very appreciated by the scientific community in Europe and America.


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Picture 2 Here’s the footprint of a huge humanoid, found a few years ago in taiga of Siberia. According to independent experts, it does not look like a fake, because of the stone type and quite visible radial lines of the footprint. This block of stone was found on the bank of the river when it was inverted by the spring floods. Mindful of the fact that people used to be much larger, we can assume that this footprint belongs to a human being who lived at the end of Treta yuga (about 1 million years ago) and his height was about 9 meters.

In the “Museum of Ancient History” in New Delhi there is a display of the sword handle, which suggests that the hand of a warrior who held the sword, was three times bigger than the hand of a modern man.

Near Samarkand (Uzbekistan) there is a tomb of the great saint of biblical times – Daniel. The length of the grave is 18 meters long. When the Mughal conqueror Timur was transporting the remains of the body from Syria to Uzbekistan, it required him a whole caravan of camels.


Sometimes the theory of evolution cannot explain the findings of modern human remains or other artifacts of advanced civilisation in very ancient layers of soil. But cyclical time described in the Vedas is the key to understanding these paradoxes.

In addition, the civilised and uncivilised people co-exist even now in a timeframe of one era. In this case, African Pygmies and Amazon Indians do not become civilised , because according to the Vedas, they are different types out of 400 thousand human forms of life. Similarly, in the old days the highly civilised and the primitive life co-existed simultaneously.

The Vedic concept of time is quite clear – things are going from best to worst, and the law of entropy confirms it. So, what makes us think that we live in an age of unprecedented progress?

The answer is simple: The common evaluation criterion which is used is “information and technology”. But this is a very narrow minded one-sided assertion.

If we evaluate a bigger picture progress in its entirety, taking into account life expectancy, health, quality of human relations, family stability, crime, the environmental issues, cultural values, then we will understand that the degradation is obvious.

According to medical statistics, in the world one person dies every minute from cancer, and 20-30 year-olds die of heart attacks. While scientists are searching for a cure for AIDS, new viruses are discovered almost every day.

Over the past 30-40 years, a number of illnesses such as pathology of the cardiovascular, digestive, immune, endocrine, nervous and mental systems became so-called diseases of civilisation. The occurrence of these diseases has increased a million times since the beginning of the last century! Their cause is stress.

Simple life of the past gave way to urbanisation and an unprecedented rapid pace of life. Troubles with work, pursuit of money, family conflicts, abnormal food full of chemicals, terrible environment – all these lead to weakening of a nervous system and failure of an immune system.

Pedestrians cross the road on a zebra crossing in the Shibuya shopping district in Tokyo

Telecommunications are now faster than ever, but there is lesser and lesser of understanding. We have abundance of information and lack of true wisdom, which helps to solve the fundamental questions of life. The quality of human relationships, inevitably reduce.

Consumerism increases, but the most basic human need, which is to find the ultimate meaning of life is never satisfied. We made a lot of discoveries that made our lives comfortable, but our peace of mind was gone forever. And is this progress?

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