Pardis Mountain, the magnificent magnifying zone covers about 50 – 100 meters around the mountain, which pulls cars parked within the zone even with a released handbrake. It is said that if someone stops their car within 50 to 100 meters distance from the mountain and pushes down the parking brake, they’ll surprisingly see the car beginning to move on the ascent way instead of moving downhill, which shows the mountain is magnetic.
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In the town of Jam and near Asaluyeh, just above the Persian Gulf, there is a region and amazing mountain with which unique features have made it one of the Wonders of the World that although is not inscribed on any record or history books but in many resources, has been referred to as one of the most special places on the earth.
This mysterious Mountain locally known as Pardis (Paradise) or Jam Mountain is an ancient peak in Southern Iran that is comprised of highly magnetic rock. The magnificent magnifying zone covers about 50 – 100 meters around the mountain, which pulls cars parked within the zone even with released handbrake. It is said that if someone stops their car within 50 to 100 meters distance from the mountain and pushes down the parking brake, they’ll surprisingly see the car beginning to move on the ascent way instead of moving downhill, which shows the mountain is magnetic.
Other surprising features are as follows:
The herbs growing there are said to have various medical benefits with high usage in the pharmaceutical industry; especially these days when interest in the medicinal use of herbs is growing, this place has achieved an important status in this regard. There are also a unique variety of dates called Kaseh that grow in this area and are used for making special diabetes diet sugar & pills to combat diabetes.
Another interesting story of this region is; its special honey. This honey is produced by honey bees that collect pollen and suck the nectar out of a kind of desert thorn bush. Its healing usages have been proven and so being used mostly in making tranquilizers and anti-inflammatory drugs.
On the northern side of the mountain, Olive trees are also found in conditions where Olive trees are not normally known to flourish due to its inappropriate climate so many agricultural engineers are astonished by this.
Additionally, there are vast springs of High Purity Water pouring out from under the Pardis Mountain which are also claimed to be completely healthy and drinkable.
Some historical facts about this mountain and the region around it:
According to Badie Dashti, an Iranian UK-based researcher and archaeologist, sayings; this mountain is the nearest distance between the Earth and the sun. She believed Mount Jam is the country’s oldest region pertaining to the Paleolithic. “The available relics discovered in Mount Pardis is a proof of the existence of human fossils pertaining to thousands of years ago,” Dashti said.
After Dashti delivered a report from her research to ICHHTO, the organization specified the location of Mount Pardis, namely the Paleolithic Age region on Iran’s archaeological map (which is kept in the National Museum of Iran). In 2005 she wrote a letter to the United Nations to protest against the recognition of Tajikistan as the cradle of Aryan Civilization: “Given the discovery of Mount Pardis as a Paleolithic Age region and available documents, Aryan civilization has emerged from Iran not Tajikistan,” she said. Speaking to ISNA, she added that an underground historical site is located some 50 kilometers away from Pardis Mountain where the remnants of a historical village including columns and the collapsed ceilings of houses were unearthed one meter below the surface.