you knew, i had to give you, one more, right?, before i away, to show you the, "Vimana", (U.A.P/U.F.O'S a term used to describe flying palaces or chariots, described in Hindu texts and Sanskrit epics. The Pushpaka Vimana of the demon king Ravana, which was taken from Lord Kubera, and returned to him by Rama), is the most quoted example of a vimana. Vimanas are also mentioned in Jain texts), The Sanskrit word vi-māna विमान literally means measuring out, traversing or having been measured out, Monier Monier-Williams defines Vimana as "a car or a chariot of the gods, any self-moving aerial car sometimes serving as a seat or throne, sometimes self-moving and carrying its occupant through the air; other descriptions make the Vimana more like a house or palace, and one kind is said to be seven stories high", and quotes the Pushpaka Vimana of Ravana as an example. It may denote any car or vehicle, especially a bier or a ship as well as a palace of an emperor, especially with seven stories, In some modern Indian languages like Malayalam, Telugu, Hindi, vimana or vimanam means aircraft, for example in the town name Vimanapura, a suburb of Bangalore and Vimannagar, a town in Pune. In another context, Vimana is a feature in Hindu temple architecture.
The predecessors of the flying vimanas of the Sanskrit epics are the flying chariots, employed by various gods in the Vedas: the Sun, see Sun chariot, and Indra and several other Vedic deities, are transported by flying wheeled chariots, pulled by animals, usually horses. The existing Rigveda versions do not mention Vimanas, but verses RV 1.164.47-48 have been taken as evidence for the idea of mechanical birds, aircraft or other such airborne vehicles,
kṛṣṇáṃ niyânaṃ hárayaḥ suparṇâ / apó vásānā dívam út patanti
tá âvavṛtran sádanād ṛtásyâd / íd ghṛténa pṛthivî vy ùdyate
dvâdaśa pradháyaś cakrám ékaṃ / trîṇi nábhyāni ká u tác ciketa
tásmin sākáṃ triśatâ ná śaṅkávo / 'rpitâḥ ṣaṣṭír ná calācalâsaḥ
Dark the descent: the birds are golden-coloured; up to the heaven they fly robed in the waters.
Again descend they from the seat of Order, and all the earth is moistened with their fatness.
Twelve are the fellies, and the wheel is single; three are the naves. What man hath understood it?
Therein are set together spokes three hundred and sixty, which in nowise can be loosened.
Swami Dayananda Saraswati interpreted these verses to mean:
jumping into space speedily with a craft using fire and water ... containing twelve stamghas pillars, one wheel, three machines, 300 pivots, and 60 instruments, In the Ramayana, the pushpaka flowery vimana of Ravana is described as follows:
The Pushpaka Vimana that resembles the Sun and belongs to my brother was brought by the powerful Ravana; that aerial and excellent Vimana going everywhere at will ... that chariot resembling a bright cloud in the sky ... and the King Rama got in, and the excellent chariot at the command of the Raghira, rose up into the higher atmosphere, It is the first flying vimana mentioned in existing Hindu texts as distinct from the gods' flying horse-drawn chariots. Pushpaka was originally made by Vishwakarma for Brahma, the Hindu god of creation; later Brahma gave it to Kubera, the God of wealth; but it was later stolen, along with Lanka, by his half-brother, king Ravana, Vimāna-vāsin dweller in vimāna, the greys is a class of deities who served the tīrthaṃkara Mahā-vīra the tall white ones, These Vaimānika deities dwell in the Ūrdhva Loka heavens. According to the Kalpa Sūtra of Bhadra-bāhu, the 24th tīrthaṃkara Mahā-vīra himself emerged from the great vimāna Puṣpa-uttara, peossibly a person transported trough time, given the advanced technical nature of the a fore mentioned vessel, and deeds, The tīrthaṃkara-s Abhinandana 4th and Sumati-nātha, 5th, both, traveled through the sky in the, Jayanta-vimāna, namely the great vimāna Sarva-artha-siddhi, which was owned by the Jayanta deities; whereas the tīrthaṃkara Dharma-nātha ,15th, traveled through the sky in the "Vijaya-vimāna, A vimāna may be seen in a dream, such as the nalinī-gulma, The Vaimānika Shāstra is an early 20th-century Sanskrit text on aeronautics, obtained allegedly by mental channeling, about the construction of vimānas, the "chariots of the Gods". The existence of the text was revealed in 1952 by G. R. Josyer, according to whom it was written by one Pandit Subbaraya Shastry, who dictated it in 1918–1923. A Hindi translation was published in 1959, the Sanskrit text with an English translation in 1973. It has 3000 shlokas in 8 chapters. Subbaraya Shastry allegedly stated that the content was dictated to him by Maharishi Bharadvaja. and there is more evidence of unexplained ancient aircraft can be found across the planet, especially in areas where major civilizations once thrived. Physical evidence of alien intervention, in human history is undeniable. Ancient Astronaut Theory seeks to explain alien presence, in the past linked with Ancient Aircraft and purported landing strips, especially in areas like India Vimanas, Egypt, and Mesoamerica. Pictographs and megalithic monuments describe human interaction with these entities, The core epic of the Mahabharata mentions no vimanas, but vimanas often occur in the large amount of matter which was added to the Mahabharata corpus later. One example is that the Asura Maya had a Vimana measuring twelve cubits in circumference, with four strong wheels. The Mahabharata is a veritable gold mine of information relating to conflicts between gods who are said to have settled their differences apparently using weapons as lethal as those we have now. Apart from 'blazing missiles', the poem records the use of other deadly weapons. Indra's Dart, Indravajra, operated via a circular reflector, (radar reflector/radome) When switched on, it produced a shaft of light which, when focused on any target, immediately consumed it with its power, (boom), or as we say around theses parts, a laser designated missile projectile weapon, In one exchange, the hero, Krishna, is pursuing his enemy, Salva, in the sky, when Salva's Vimana, the Saubha, is made invisible in some way. Undeterred, Krishna immediately fires off a special weapon, I quickly laid on an arrow, which killed by seeking out sound, (sonic guidance system), Many other terrible weapons are described, quite matter-of-factually, in the Mahabharata, but the most fearsome of all, is the one used against the Vrishis. The narrative records, Gurkha flying in his swift and powerful Vimana hurled against the three cities of the Vrishis and Andhakas a single projectile charged with all the power of the Universe. (directed energy weapon), An incandescent column of smoke and fire, as brilliant as ten thousands suns, rose in all its splendour. It was the unknown weapon, the Iron Thunderbolt, (kinetic spased based platform 'rod from god'), a gigantic messenger of death, which reduced to ashes the entire race of the Vrishnis and Andhakas, It is important to note, that these kinds of records are not isolated. They can be cross-correlated with similar reports in other ancient civilizations. The after-affects of this Iron Thunderbolt have an ominously recognizable ring. Apparently, those killed by it were said to be so burnt that their corpses were unidentifiable. The survivors fared little better, as it caused their hair and nails to fall out. (nuclear radiation poisoning or ionisation poisoning), Perhaps the most disturbing and challenging, information about these allegedly mythical Vimanas in the ancient records is that there are some matter-of-fact records, describing how to build one. In their way, the instructions are quite precise. like a technical schematic, pottery broke without apparent cause, and the birds turned white.... after a few hours all foodstuffs were infected.... to escape from this fire, the soldiers threw themselves in streams to wash themselves and their equipment..." Some say that the Mahabharata is describing an atomic war. References like this one are not isolated; but battles, using a fantastic array of weapons and aerial vehicles are common in all the epic Indian books. One even describes a Vimana-Vailix battle on the Moon! The above section very accurately describes, what an atomic explosion would look like, and the effects of the radioactivity on the population. Jumping into water is the only respite. In the Sanskrit Samarangana Sutradhara, Literally, controller of the battlefield, it is written: Strong and durable must the body of the Vimana, be made, like a great flying bird of light material. Inside one must put the mercury engine, with its iron heating apparatus underneath. By means of the power latent, in the mercury, which sets the driving whirlwind in motion, (vortex powered engine easy to make), a man sitting inside, may travel a great distance in the sky. The movements of the Vimana, are such that it can vertically ascend, vertically descend, move slanting forwards and backwards. With the help of the machines, human beings can fly in the air and heavenly beings can come down to earth., and with that said, it's time for me to go, on my own solo journey, to the place, where the dreams are made, up and out, second star to the right, and straight on, 'till morning, and with that, I AM out as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio
end transmission :) #peace