INDIAN EPICS & UFO’s
The indian epics like
Ramayana and Mahabharata are filled with the flying vehicles and secret
and strange weapons which uses atomic energy, according to their
description. The ‘Brahmastra’ for instance is the most powerful weapon
used in an attack or combat and it is supposed to form a mushroom cloud
and destroy a whole area of population. It is said to be of non
retrievable and once used, would cause destruction of a region where
there would be nothing living or non living for a couple of years.
The flying vehicle used by Rama and Ravana in the Epic ‘Ramayana’ is so
casually mentioned as a normal thing that it makes us wonder
these were so common in those eras; taking into the factor that egyptian
hieroglyphs also explicitly describe and depicts these kinds of flying
vehicles of a forgotten era. Some of the exhibits in Egyptian Artifacts
Museum in Cairo, Egypt; have a curious similarity to the flying vehicles
and airplanes that we are presently using today.
The puranas of ancient india are filled with narrations of various types
of flying contraptions which were capable of doing wonderful feats in
the air and
were able to cover great distances in a very short time. The ‘Maya’
(Architect of Gods) is supposed to be an expert in the construction and
maintenance of these flying vehicles and the details are actually given
in some of the obscure devanagari shlokas of sub puranas.
Sumerian cuneiform tablets which should be considered to be the great
grand dad of all the known scriptures of ancient civilizations of the
world are very specific about the existence and regular usage of these
flying vehicles and the goddess Ishtar (Isis Of the Greek, Venus
Romans and The K?li Of Indians?) is always shown in a flying suit armed
fully ready to depart from her Mesopotamian base to the ancient near
east region of indian continent and she is supposed to have had these
flying trips almost once or twice every week!!!
Even if we are really too egoistic to admit the reality of our great
ancestors having flying saucers and airplanes; the fact remains that
documents, carvings, anecdotes, statues, relics, and other
paraphernalia dug out from around the world from the archeological
sites clearly shows us the existence of a superior technology in those
ancient times ( around 4000-1000 BC). The View expands as we see the
technological advancements in the other areas like astrology, planetary
motions, computational and geographical formulas, and of course the
knowledge about our present unknown areas of death and life.
According to the Vymankia
Shastra, purportedly written by Maharishi Bharadwaja in the 4th
Century BC, there are 32 secrets to piloting a vimana.
The invoking of mantras which will permit one to achieve certain
spiritual and hypnotic powers so that he can construct airplanes which
cannot be destroyed.
by acquiring some of the Tantric powers, one may endow his aircraft with
those same powers.
This secret permits the pilot to make his vimana invisible
to his enemies. Adrishya accomplishes the same purpose by
attracting ‘the force of the ethereal flow in the sky’.
This helpful hint enables the pilot to paralyze other vimanas
and put them out of action.
One may employ this ability to project a beam of light in front of his
craft to light his way.
With this skill mastered, the pilot can produce ‘the thirty-second kind
of smoke’, charge it with ‘the light of the heat waves in the sky’ and
transform his craft into a ‘very fierce and terrifying shape’ guaranteed
to cause ‘utter fright to onlookers’.
can cause the vimana to assume such shapes as those of the
lion, tiger, rhinoceros, serpent – even a mountain- to confuse
If one can attract the thirteen kinds of ‘Karaka force’, one can make
the vimana appear to be ‘a heavenly damsel bedecked with
flowers and jewels’.
This deadly secret pushed electrical force through the ‘five-limbed
aerial tube’ so that the pilot may ‘destroy everything as in a
sends a poison powder through the air to produce ‘wholesale
insensibility and coma’.
This ability, once mastered, provides the pilot with another means of
avoiding contact with an enemy or hiding his purpose from observers: ‘By
mixing with ethereal force 10 parts of air force, 7 parts of water
force, and 16 parts of solar glow, and projecting it by means of the
star-faced mirror through the frontal tube of the vimana,
the appearance of a star-spangled sky is created.’
This secret enables the pilot to attract the forces of air, join them
with solar ryas, and pass the mixture through the center of the craft so
the vimana will ‘have a zig-zagging motion like a serpent’.
permits the pilot to see inside an enemy’s airplane, while Kriyaagrahana
allows one to spy on ‘all the activities going on down below on the
instructs the pilot in the correct proportions of certain chemicals
which will envelop the vimana and give it the appearance of
(Brad Steiger, Worlds Before Our Own)