Wiman — old aircraft


Sanskrit texts are full of references on how to fight the gods in the sky, using the vimana, equipped with weapons such as deadly as-used in our more enlightened times. For example, here is an excerpt from the Ramayana, in which we read:

Puspaka machine that resembles the sun and belongs to my brother was brought by the powerful Ravana, this beautiful air machine goes anywhere at will, this car … like a bright cloud in the sky … and the King [Rama] entered into it, and this beautiful ship commanded Raghiry up in the upper atmosphere. "

From the Mahabharata, an ancient Indian poem unusual volume, we learn that an individual named Asura Maya had Wiman about 6 meters in circumference, which have four strong wings.
Perhaps the most impressive and challenging information that in some ancient records about these allegedly mythical Wiman tells how to build them. Instructions in its own sufficient detail. In Sanskrit Samarangana Sutradhare written:

"Strong and durable casing should be presentable, like a huge bird of light material. Inside, it is necessary to put the mercury engine with its iron heating apparatus underneath.
By the power latent in the mercury which causes leading whirlwind in motion, a man sitting inside may travel across the sky at great distances. Movement Vimana are such that it can vertically ascend, vertically descend, and move the pan back and forth. With the help of these machines human beings can get in the air and heavenly entities can come down to earth. "

Hakafa (the laws of the Babylonians) states quite clearly: "the privilege to manage the flying machine is great. Knowledge of flying — are among the most ancient in our heritage. The gift of "those at the top." We received it from them as a means of saving many lives. "

Even more fantastic the information given in the ancient Chaldean work, Sifrale that contains more than one hundred pages of technical details on building a flying machine. It contains words which translate as graphite rod, copper coils, crystal indicator, vibrating spheres, stable, angled design.

Many researchers UFO mystery may overlook a very important fact. In addition to the assumption that most flying saucers of extraterrestrial origin, or may be, are the military projects of the Government, the other possible source of them may be ancient India and Atlantis.
What we know about ancient Indian flying vehicles comes from drevneindiyseih written sources that have come down to us through the centuries. There can be no doubt that most of these texts are authentic;
There are literally hundreds of them, many — well-known Indian epic, but most of them have not yet been translated into English from the ancient Sanskrit language.

Indian king Ashoka established a "secret society of nine unknown men" — great Indian scientists who were supposed to catalog the many sciences. Ashoka kept their work secret because he was afraid that the advanced science of information collected by these people from ancient Indian sources, can be used for evil purposes of the war, against which Ashoka was strongly configured by being converted to Buddhism after defeating the enemy army in a bloody battle. "Nine Unknown" wrote nine books, presumably one each. A book called "The Secrets of gravity." This book, known to historians, but never had seen them, dealt mainly with the control of gravity. Presumably, this book is still somewhere in a secret library in India, Tibet or elsewhere (perhaps even in North America). Of course, assuming that there is knowledge, it is easy to see why Ashoka kept it a secret.

Ashoka was also aware of devastating wars using these vehicles and other "futuristic weapons" that destroyed the ancient Indian "Ram Raj" (God Rama) for several thousand years before. Only a few years ago, the Chinese discovered some Sanskrit documents in Lhasa (Tibet), and sent them to university transfer Chandrigarh. Dr. Ruth Reyna of the university said recently that the documents contain directions for building interstellar spaceships!
Their mode of transportation, she said, was "anti-gravitational" and was based on a system similar to that used in "laghima" unknown force "me" that exists in the mental structure of man, "a centrifugal force sufficient to overcome the gravitational pull." According to Hindu Yogis, it is the "laghima" which enables a person to levitate.

Dr. Reyna said
on board these machines, which were called in the text of the "Astra", the ancient Indians could send a squad of people on any planet, which, according to the document, could reach the age of thousands of years. Manuscripts also talk of opening secret "Antim" or the cap of darkness, and "Garima", allowing to become heavy as a mountain or lead.
Naturally, Indian scientists did not take the texts very seriously, but they began to treat their values more positively when the Chinese announced that they have used some of them to study the space program! This is one of the first examples of the government's decision to allow the study of antigravity.

In the manuscripts did not say definitely whether steps have ever interplanetary flight, but is mentioned, among other things, the planned mission to the moon, although it was unclear whether the flight is actually implemented. Anyway,
One of the great Indian epic, the Ramayana, has a very detailed account of the journey to the moon in "vimaana" (or "Astra"), and describes in detail the details of the battle on the moon with "Ashwin" (or Atlanta) ship.
This is just a small part of the evidence of the use of the Indians of antigravity and aerospace technology.

To understand this reality technology, we must go back to earlier times. The so-called kingdom of Rama in northern India and Pakistan were created at least 15 tyyachelety ago and was a nation of large and sophisticated cities, many of which can still be found in the deserts of Pakistan, northern, and western India. The kingdom of Rama existed, apparently, parallel to the Atlantean civilization in the center of the Atlantic Ocean, and was ruled "enlightened priests, kings," that had led the city.

The seven greatest capital cities of Rama known in classical Indian texts as "The Seven Rishi Cities."
According to ancient Indian texts, the people had flying machines called "Wiman." Epic describes Wyman as double-deck aircraft with round holes and the dome, which is very similar to the way we present a flying saucer. He flew "with winds" and issue "melodious sound."
There were at least four different types of Wiman, some are like saucers, others like long cylinders — cigar-shaped aircraft. The ancient Indian texts on Wiman so numerous that they would take a retelling entire volumes. The ancient Indians, who created these ships, wrote entire flight manuals on management of different types of Wiman, many of which still exist,
and some of them have even been translated into English.

Samara Sutradhara a scientific treatise, considering all possible angles for air travel to Wiman. It contains 230 chapters, telling about their design, take-off, flight for thousands of miles, normal and emergency landing, and even possible collisions with ptiitsami.
In 1875, in one of the temples of India was found Vaymanika shastra, the text in the IV. BC, written Bharadwaja Wise use as a source even more ancient texts.
He talked about the exploitation Wiman and included information about their driving, the warnings about the long flights, information on the protection of aircraft from storms and lightning and guide on how to switch the engine to "solar energy" from a source of free energy, which calls this "anti-gravity."
Vaymanika Shastra contains eight chapters, provided with diagrams, and describes the three types of aircraft, including apparatuses that could catch fire or break. It also uprminaet 31 the bulk of these vehicles and 16 used in their manufacture materials that absorb light and heat on way because they are considered suitable for the construction of Wiman.

This document is available in English, JR Dzhosaerom and published in Mysore, India, in 1979. Mr. Dzhosaer is the director of the International Academy of Sanskrit Research, based in Mysore. It seems that the vimana perivodilis certainly moved some native antigravity. They can take off vertically and hover in the air like a modern helicopter or dirigible. Bharadwaja refers no less than 70 authorities and 10 experts in the field of aeronautics antiquity.

These sources are now lost. Vimal contained in the "vimana grha" varieties hangar, and it is sometimes said that they were driven by a yellowish-white liquid, and sometimes some native mercury mixture, although it seems that the authors are unsure on this issue. Most likely, later authors were only observers, and enjoyed the early texts, and it is clear that they were confused about the principle of motion. "Yellowish-white liquid" suspiciously like gasoline, and perhaps vimana different sources of traffic, including combustion engines and even jet engines.

According Dronaparve, part of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana, one of Wiman described as having the appearance of a sphere and rushing with great speed mighty wind generated by mercury. It moved like a UFO, rising, falling, moving back and forth as desired to the pilot. In another Indian source, Samara, vimana described as "iron machines, well-knit and smooth, with a charge of mercury that comes out of the back part of it in the form of a roaring flame." Another work, entitled Samaranganasutradhara describes how units were built. It is possible that mercury had something to do with the movement, or, more probably, to the control system. Curiously, Soviet scientists have discovered what they call "ancient instruments used in navigating cosmic vehicles" in caves in Turkestan and the Gobi Desert. These "devices" yavoyayutsya hemispherical objects of glass or porcelain, ending in a cone with a drop of mercury inside.

It is evident that ancient Indians flew these devices throughout Asia and probably in Atlantis, and even, apparently, to South America. A letter, found at Mohenjo-daro in Pakistan (presumed one of the "Seven Cities of Rishi Rama Empire") and still undeciphered, has also been found in another part of the world — Easter Island! Writing on Easter Island, called the letter rongo rongo also undeciphered, and is very much like writing Mohenjo-Daro. …

In Bhavabhuti Mahavir, Jain text VIII century, collected from older texts and traditions, we read: "Air chariot Pushpaka, delivers a lot of people to the capital of Ayodhya. The sky is full of huge flying machines, black as night, but dotted with yellowish glow of lights. "
The Vedas, ancient Hindu poems, considered the most ancient of all Indian texts that describe the vimana of various types and sizes, "agnihotravimana" with two engines, "elephant presentable" with more engines, and other, named "Kingfisher", "ibis" and behalf of the other animals.

Unfortunately, the vimana, like most scientific discoveries, ultimately used for military purposes. Atlanteans used their flying machines, "vayliksi," a similar type of apparatus, in an attempt to conquer the world, according to the Indian texts. Atlanta, known as "asviny" in the Indian writings, were apparently even more advanced technologically than the Indians, and, of course, were more warlike temperament. Although not aware of any of the ancient texts of the Atlanta vayliksi, some information comes from the esoteric and occult sources describing their aircraft.

Similar to the vimana, but not identical to them, were usually vayliksi torpedo and were able to maneuver under water as well as in the air and even in outer space. Other devices, like Wiman were as saucers and apparently also able to dive. According Eklalu Kueshane, author of the "maximum limit" vayliksi as he writes in 1966, were first developed in Atlantis 20,000 years ago, and the most common were "saucer and usually trapetsialny in cross section with three hemispherical engine cover at the bottom. They use a mechanical antigravity Plants powered motors of power approximately 80,000 horsepower. "



ASTRONAUTS in ancient India?

… When morning came, Rama, taking the celestial ship, ready to start. That ship was large and beautifully decorated, two-story with many rooms and windows. The ship issued a melodic sound before soar in the clouds … so is described in the ancient Indian epic "Ramayana" start-god hero of the heavenly ship.

There is an evil demon Ravana abducted Sita, Rama's wife, put her in his vehicle and headed back home, however far away he could not: Rama on his "fire" machine caught the thief, damaged ship Ravana and return Sita. A used frame mysterious weapon — "arrows of Indra" …

Descriptions of the various flying objects — "Wyman" — were not only in the "Ramayana," but also in "Rigveda» (II millennium BC) and other works that have come down to us from antiquity. In "Rigveda" terrible god Indra rushed in space in an airship, waging war against the demons, destroying their cities, terrible weapon.


Ancient aircraft described as "surrounded by a cloud of meteors powerful" as "flame on a summer night," as "a comet in the sky."

How should these descriptions? The easiest way — to write off reports of aircraft through fantasy and imagination. But was not alerted even skeptics such detail: Indian gods and heroes fought in the skies than dragons or birds, and the manned "aircraft" from on board a terrible weapon? The descriptions contain the very real technological foundation.

So, it is not a fantastic book appears to experts' Vimanik prakarana "(in Sanskrit -" Treatise on flights "). Its authorship attributed to the great sage Bharadwaja. It is also considered the author of several hymns "Rigveda". Indologists not rule out that he was one of the Aryan missionaries, advancing with large groups of Aryans who came to India, presumably in the III millennium BC from an area north of the Black and Caspian Seas.


For the first time this book in a dead language Sanskrit, which, according to some experts, is only the fortieth (!) Part of the work, "Wiman Vidya" ("Science of Aeronautics") was published in 1943. The text was written in the 20 years of this century Venkatachakoy Sharma in retelling sage Subrayi Shastri. Sam Subrayya Shastri argued that the text of the book in a few thousand years were transmitted orally from generation to generation.

A careful analysis of a number of descriptions in this work is made of modern scholars seriously wonder — is it the ancient Indians were known secrets of aeronautics? Some excerpts from the book points to high technological knowledge in people living in hoary antiquity.

Three of them — two solid and one liquid — obtained in the laboratory in accordance with the formula set forth in the book, were demonstrated recently
scientists at the Narino Shethom held in Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh), a national symposium on "Science and technology in ancient India."

He argues that the presentation of the book in detail reflects the ancient thinkers of aeronautics, aircraft and some of its systems, the science of the sun and solar energy use in aircraft.

An entire chapter of "Vimanik prakarana" Narin said Sheth, describes the unique device "Guhagarbhadarsh yantra ', which was mounted on an aircraft. As stated in the book, it can be had with a flying "vimana" to locate objects hidden under the ground.
According to some experts, it is a dislocated underground anti-aircraft guns of the enemy.

The device "Guhagarbhadarsh yantra" consists of 12 components, including a kind of semiconductor "Chambak mani" (alloy with magnetic properties), which is the source of "Shakti" — "strength."
In this case, according to Narina Shetha, it is a "source of radiation energy" that can identify objects hidden under the ground, sending microwave signals and taking them.

Narine Shethu took three years to determine the 14 materials, of which, according to a formula composed alloy "Chambak mani." Then, with the help of the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay, the scientist managed to make it. The alloy is described as a "solid black material with magnetic properties, insoluble in acid." In it, in particular, the presence of silicon, sodium, iron and copper.

"Guhagarbhadarsh Yantra" — just one of 32 instruments or instruments, as described, can be installed on the aircraft and used for monitoring purposes hidden enemy.

The book contains descriptions of the various instruments, performing, by today's standards, the functions of radar, cameras, projectors and use, in particular solar energy, as well as descriptions of destructive weapons. Says diet pilots, their clothes. Aircraft, according to the "Vimanik prakarana" were made from metal. The three types of them: "Somaka", "saundalika", "maurthvika", as well as alloys that can withstand very high temperatures.

Then it is about seven mirrors and lenses that can be installed on board the "Wyman" for visual observations. Thus, one of them, called "Mirror Pindzhuly", was intended to protect the eyes from the blinding pilots' diabolical ray "of the enemy.

Further describes the sources of energy that drive aircraft. They are also seven. Called the four types of aircraft — "Rukma Wyman", "Sundara Vimana ',' Tripura Vimana" and "Shakun Wyman." Thus, "Rukma Wyman 'and' Sundara Vimana" have a conical shape. "Rukma Wieman" is described as a three-tier aircraft with propeller in the base. In the second "floor" — the cab for passengers. "Sundara Vimana" is a lot like "Rukma Wyman," but unlike the latter, more streamlined. 'Tripura Vimana' — the ship bigger. Moreover, this versatile machine and can be used for air, and for underwater travel.

A kind of prototype shuttle could be called "Shakun Wyman." According to the description in the book, it is the most difficult technically and structurally, the most maneuverable.

Analysis of "Vimanik prakarana" described in the book "destructive weapons" led British explorer David Davenport to guess the reason for the sudden destruction of the city of Mohenjo-Daro, belonging to the ancient pre-Aryan civilization in the Indus river basin in Pakistan. According to Davenport, the city destroyed weapons of enormous destructive power.

In "Ramayana" is mentioned about the destruction of a number of cities around the same area. David Davenport leads in favor of his assumptions and such evidence. On the ruins of Mohenjo-Daro is clearly visible to extremely high temperatures and strong shock wave. Maybe this is the result of a nuclear explosion? Found at the epicenter of the alleged explosion pottery shards melted. Chemical analysis does not preclude the fact that they were exposed to a temperature of about 1500 degrees Celsius.

It is no accident, say Indian and Western scholars, concepts and ideas in "Vimanik prakarana" does not correspond to the time, which include the creation of this piece, quite different from the then dominant views about the world of man.

Even more surprisingly, mentioned in the book, technology is fundamentally different from the modern space technology.

Aircraft are driven by some kind of internal energy, and not to fuel use. Movement in space exclusively swift.

Not looked through there a connection with UFO, seen in this century many earthlings?
Referred to in the ancient work process solutions and aircraft can be explained not only disappeared from the face of the earth advanced civilization. Is' Vimanik prakarana "consequence of contact with aliens who visited Earth civilization from time immemorial? Maybe sage and missionary Bhadravadzh was an apt pupil, which representatives of other civilizations have shared their knowledge?

From an article by Boris Zaitsev

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