Piezoelectric Fires in Ratria, India
Villagers in Madhya Pradesh Face Mysterious Enemy
By Rohit Ghosh in Ratria
March 21, 2004
People of a village in Madhya Pradesh are facing hostility
from an unseen and mysterious enemy. The people of
Ratria village in Neemuch, a district in western Madhya
Pradesh, for the last one week have been coping up with
unexplained fires and stone pelting. And they do not know
who is behind them.
Not only the villagers, even the district administration and the police have till now failed to provide any solace to the
villagers.The villagers feel that if their problem is not solved soon, they may soon face shortage of water. "Our wells
have started drying up fighting the fires," said a villager.
Ratria is a village around 20km from the district headquarters of Neemuch, with a population of 1,000 people. Most
of the villagers are farmers.
It all started a week back when a fire suddenly broke out in the village. The villagers did not find anything unusual in
the fire. Assuming that the fire resulted from the stub of a cigarette, short-circuit or a matchstick, they doused it. But
to the horror of the villagers, breaking out of fires soon became very common. "Fire breaks out anywhere in the village
and at anytime of the day," said Sardar Singh Gurjar, the headman of Ratria village. "We draw water from the wells of
the village to douse the fire. The wells have started drying up. Major fires have broken out in the villages 11 times in a
span of few days," said Gurjar.
But the villagers of Ratria do not have to have to cope with fire only. "Stone pelting is another problem," said Gurjar.
According to the villagers, they suddenly have to face shower of stones. "Many people have been injured in the stone
pelting till now," said the chief of Ratria.
"I was going to my fields in a usual manner a couple of days back when suddenly the stones started hitting me from
all directions. I ran for cover," said Ram Deo, a farmer of the village. "I thought that it was a mischief. But the same
thing happened on the following day also," he said.
The harassed villagers informed Neemuch Police about the matter. Taking the incidents seriously, district police chief
Yogesh Deshmukh visited the village. But much to the surprise of Deshmukh, he and his men also came under the
shower of stones and had to scamper for saving themselves. Once the "rain of stones" subsided, Deshmukh sent his
men to all directions of the village. He was suspecting the hand of some mischievous person. But all his men returned
"We have deployed policemen in plainclothes in the village. Secondly we have decided to take scientists to the village
to allay the fears of the villagers. We have also deployed cameramen on rooftops," said additional superintendent of
police N.P. Varkade, while talking to IANS. "We believe it's a mischief," he said.
Scientific investigation reveals that the piezoelectric fires and other bizarre anomalies experienced
in Ratria are caused by a growing planetary resonance, apparently emerging in waves of
stimulated activity. The acoustic levitation of stones is an effect of infrasound linked with 'UFOs', called 'vimana' in ancient India. The research
shared at this site elucidates the hidden connections linking the global pattern of sacred energy
emerging with the rapid onset of magnetic reversal of December 22, 2012 and the new solar age on our planet.
The piezoelectric calcite content of the limestone bedrock below the Ratria area is transducing focused
infrasound waves into a very strong electromagnetic field. This same effect was utilized by the
multitudes of sacred temples in the region, notably Khajuraho to the east of this site, receiving
focused infrasound from the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt.
Ratria (24.44°N 72.26°E) lies along a sacred Sine Wave alignment of sites
about 2,610 miles from Giza, at 10.5% of the Earth's circumference distance.
Waves of piezoelectric fires are simultaneously occurring in Messina, Italy, Bodibe, South Africa, Seattle and Santa Barbara, USA.