posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 10:24 PM
reply to post by Chamberf=6
Yes, i know. We are on the same page, i agree the vimana were written about first as far back as 4,000 b.c. 6,000 years ago
i believe there are many anomolies with our own antiquity. I'm not certain that all discoveries made have been fully disclosed to the public.
Anomolies that become less "anomilious" from certain viewpoints. not sure if that was a word, i guess i mean things become less of an anomly if we
are willing to accept occams razor. i think at the very least i agree with Graham Hancocks assesment, that we are a species with amnesia, anomolies in
our own histories.
the books i have read, or reread so far this year offer me some insight into possibilities and were full of insights into this subject, or supportive
in materials for some measure of skepticism.
1) Gateway to Atlantis, by Andrew Collins
2) From Atlantis to the Sphinx, by Colin Wilson
3) Gods of Eden, Egypts Lost Legacy and the Genesis of Civilization, by Andrew Collins
4) Atlantis Blueprint, by Rand Flem-Ath and wife.(4th time)
5) And I will soon by reading Fingerprints of the Gods, by Graham Hancock for the 3rd time.
This is where i get some of my recent background on the subjects concerning ancient civilizations, and their accomplishments. It's an intriguing
passion for me.