It's time to shed some light on the fact that not only has degravitation been perfected in 19th century, but humanity gained and lost this tech
cyclically for literally more than 70 million years. For now we will focus on last 12,000 years, first a little from Babylon and Chaldea and then
I quote from translations of babylonian Sifr'ala and Hakaltha by Yonah N. Ibn A’haron, Jewish six times doctor of mid-eastern lingua, having all
possible credit and more to be THE authority on such translations.
In introducing his discoveries, he explained that the 5,000 year old Sifr’ala contained instructions on how to build and pilot an aircraft (Ibn
A’haron, 1958)—a sort of Chaldean Viman Vidya it seems! In so doing, the ancient document makes use of a number of technical terms, such as:
calibration, crystal indicator, copper coils, graphite rods, vibrating spheres, stable angles, etc. In addition, aeronautical jargon is used, such as:
equilibrium, gliding capacity, stability, and wind resistance.
In this ancient text the vehicle is referred to as a marvid. Three spheres were mounted on the underside of the craft [a temple bas relief shows three
spheres topside], and copper wire was wound around the main sphere forming an inductive coil. This was attached to the steering mechanism in such a
way that the effective number of turns could be varied thereby—also the degree of contact made by the graphite rods (electrical resistors) with the
two spheres at the rear of the craft. Thus by the use of one steering control, the craft could allegedly be guided in any direction desired by the
“The privilege of operating a flying machine is great. The knowledge of flight is among the most ancient of our inheritances: A gift from ‘those
from upon high’. We received it from them as a means of saving many lives.” (Translated by Ibn A’haron, 1958)
Also from THE EPIC OF ISHTAR AND IZDUBAR we find quotes such as
At early dawn the shining ranks are massed,
And Erech echoes with the trumpet’s blast;
The chosen men of Erech are in line,
And Ishtar in her car above doth shine.
The sixty gods on chargers of the skies,
And Ishtar’s chariot before them flies.
Now roars the thunder of great Akkad’s cars,
Their brazen chariots as blazing stars,
Through Nuk-khu’s [darkness] depth with
streams of blazing fire
Thus fall upon the foe with vengeful ire.
The smoking earth shakes underneath their wheels,
And from each cloud their thunder loudly peals.
The Akkad on their foes have fiercely hurled
Their solid ranks with Nin-rad’s flag unfurled.
The charging lines meet with a fearful sound,
As tempests’ waves from rocks in rage rebound;
The foe thus meet the men of Izdubar,
While o’er the field fly the fierce gods of war.
The foe beheld the gods in wrath above
As Akkad’s charging lines toward them move,
The gods now rushing from the gleaming sky,
With blazing weapons carry victory;
Notice the similarty to indian war epics describing Vimanas, aerials chariots of the kings and "gods" often possessing incredible weapons. Some of
them are said to be able to fly at speed of sound and some at speed of thought and able to reach other planets and even other planes of existence.
Even aerial routes are given, not only for this plane but for all 7 planes surrounding Earth.
Best known sources that mention Vimanas are Mahābhārata and Rāmāyaṇa but Vimanas are not described only in these war epics, there are like 30
ancient indian texts which talk about these aerials cars and how to build them.
Vimanas in Ramayana
Pushpaka Vimana is described similar to a huge Jumbo Jet in Sundara Kanda and Yuddha Kanda.
Vibhishana says that after lunch Rama can reach Ayodhya before sunset if he travels in Pushpaka Vimana.
He says with Pushpaka Vimana, about 2200 KM can be travelled in less than 5 hours.
Which means it can travel at 440 KMPH !!
It Carried Rama, Sita, Lakshmana along with entire Vanara army. So it must be of great dimension.
Mahavira of Bhavabhuti (A Jain text of the eighth century culled from
older texts and traditions) describes aerial chariots, known as the Pushpakas
that conveyed many people to the capital of Ayodhya.
“The sky was full of stupendous flying-machines, dark as night, but picked out by lights with a yellowish glare."
In ancient vedic text Sabha-Paryana besides Vimanas are described "flying cities". They shone like silver, and they contained much food, water, a
variety of drinks and all other necessities of life, and various defensive weapons of great destructive power. They could accommodate up to a thousand
people. There are also similar descriptions of "flying cities" in the Mahabharata that could move and ascend high into the sky on their own and
descend to the ground. On them was a huge door through which smaller aircraft (vimana) could fly in and out.
There is an alleged description of a battle of Atlantis and India in Ramayana that extended to the surface of the Moon.
Dr. Pinotti, said another text, 'Samarangana Sutradhara' had 230 stanzas devoted to the principles of building Vimanas and their use in peace and
“Having spoken thus, Maharaja Nirga made a complete circle around Lord Krishna and touched his crown to the Lord’s feet. Granted permission to
depart, King Nirga then boarded a wonderful celestial car as all the people looked on.” (Bhagavata Purana)
“While Dhruva Maharaja was passing through space, he saw, in succession, all the planets of the solar system, and on the path he saw all the
demigods in their vimanas showering flowers upon him like rain.” (Bhagavata Purana)
“He traveled in that way through the various planets, as the air passes freely in every direction. Coursing through the air in that grand and
splendid vimana, which could fly at will, he surpassed even the Devas.” (Bhagavata Purana)
“Then the highly intelligent Asura Maya built the cities . . . There were many palaces with gems. Aerial cars shining like the sun, set with
Padmaraga stones, moving in all directions and looking like moonbeams, illuminated the cities.” (Siva Purana)
“When morning dawned, Rama, taking the Celestial Car Puspaka had sent to him by Vivpishand, stood ready to depart. Self-propelled was that car. It
was large and finely painted. It had two stories and many chambers with windows, and was draped with flags and banners. It gave forth a melodious
sound as it coursed along its airy way.” (Ramayana)
“The Puspaka Car, that resembles the sun and belongs to my brother, was brought by the powerful Ravan; that aerial and excellent car, going
everywhere at will, is ready for thee. That car, resembling a bright cloud in the sky, is in the city of Lanka.” (Ramayana)
“Beholding the car coming by force of will Rama attained to an excess of astonishment. And the king got in, and the excellent car, at the command of
Raghira, rose up into the higher atmosphere. And in that car, coursing at will, Rama greatly delighted.” (Ramayana)
“When the Daityas were being slaughtered they again took to their vimana and, employing the Danava science, flew up into the sky . . . I (Arjuna)
assaulted their vimana . . . Wounded by the flight of deadly-accurate iron missiles, the Asura vimana fell broken to the earth . . . Matali swiftly
descended earthward, as in a steep dive, on our divinely effulgent car.” (Mahabharata)
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