Originally posted by XsweetNspiceyX
reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
Much like an ancient mind trying to depict et technology right? Someone in 1918-1923 didn't see any airplanes. But is trying to describe something
he's never seen.
Much like Egyptians describing a heavenly boat. That's the point I'm making here. Dragons and Flying shields. Meaning reptiles from the heavens who
fly in saucers. Or if you want to go chariots that is all their minds had to go off of.
this has obvs been covered by someone else, but i just cant stay away, sorry.
you surely must know that they had aeroplanes back then, if you dont then shame on you and you need to learn the most basic of historical info.
also, this is not someone supposedly describing something they have not seen...... it claims to be channelled, therefor the direct communication of
someone with intimate knowledge of these supposed aircraft - if they can produce diagrams then they can give detailed information verbally.
and spinning mercury creating a vortex? spin water and you get a vortex, fill your sink or a bucket up with water then stir rapidly and consistently
from the edge - you get a vortex.... it aint a big deal
can you produce evidence that a mercury vortex can produce usable energy in some form? especially enough to get something so un-aerodynamic off the
ground and then make it stay in the air. what is it that powers the vortex, or produces the movement in the gyroscope to do this?
also the vid does not state what any of the components are or what they do, just a load of description free images with some music, interesting as the
lack of description is a nice means of not providing material for someone to refute - and if that is science or evidence to you then i really dont
know what to say.
you really need to go to the source material - that should be the motto of ATS, not "deny ignorance" as it means precisely nothing to a great many
posters here, they just come to have their illusions re-inforced.
ETA: you also reference a wikipedia page on indian epics, yet non of your quoted info comes from these sources and vimana are not mentioned on that
wiki page either, i'm gonna research this "manusa" that is mentioned, a little later today i hope, should be most interesting.
have you read any indian epics/myths/scriptures? if so which ones and in which books/languages? who published/translated/reviewed them? this makes a
difference as it attests to the reliability of what you are reading. is a chaneller really a good source when we have ancient texts you could read
for yourself in their complete and unedited forms?
edit on 30-1-2013 by skalla because: (no reason given)