Vimanas & Vailixi: Ancient Indian Anti-Gravity Flying Machines (UFO's)

Updated on February 29, 2016
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Vimanas - flying machines of ancient India
Vimanas - flying machines of ancient India
Vimanas documented 1000's of years ago
Vimanas documented 1000's of years ago

Antigravity in History

Many years ago, some Sanskrit documents from the 4th Century BC, which had been recovered from Lhasa, Tibet, were sent to the University of Chandrigarh where they were translated into English by no less than a certain Dr Ruth Reyna.

Dr Reyna went on to claim that the documents contain instructions on how to build an aircraft with interstellar capabilities. According to Reyna, these aircraft used anti-gravitational propulsion.

The document itself traces back to the 'Secret Society of the Nine Unknown Men' which was set up by Indian Emperor, Ashoka. The society consisted of great scientists who intended to catalogue the various sciences, although Ashoka had a terrible fear that these rather advanced sciences could be taken advantage of and could potentially be used to start wars.

Ashoka was therefore highly determined to keep their work secret. The document suddenly gained a lot of attention when it was announced that China would be including parts of the information for study as part of their space program.

Back In Time

15,000 years ago, the Rama Empire developed on the subcontinent which was a nation of highly sophisticated cities. These cities can still be found in the deserts.

Rama was governed by enlightened Priest-Kings and according to ancient Indian texts people owned flying machines called 'Vimanas' which are described as circular double-deck aircraft with a dome and portholes, a description extremely similar to the flying saucers that we know of today.

There are actually many ancient Indian texts written about Vimanas including detailed flight manuals, some of which have already been translated into English. There are also at least four different types of Vimana referred to including saucer-shaped and cigar-shaped.

1923 Translation from Vimanas text.
1923 Translation from Vimanas text.

Vimanas in 1875

The picture to the right depicts a 1923 translation from the Vimanas text. In 1875, a text from the 4th century BC written by Bahardvajy the Wise, known as the Vaimanika Sastra, was rediscovered in an Indian temple.

The text holds a lot of information regarding Vimanas including information on steering, precautions for long-flight travel, protection from storms and, perhaps rather amazingly, how to switch to solar energy.

The document has eight chapters including diagrams. Three aircraft are described that allegedly use equipment that does not break or catch alight. According to the documents, there are 31 parts and 16 materials that absorb light and heat that are used to build Vimanas.

More About Vimanas

Vimanas are allegedly capable of vertical take-off and can hover mid-air. They were stored in a Vimana Griha, which could be considered to be a form of hangar and were believed to be propelled by a yellowish-white liquid and/or a form of mercury compound or at least their navigation system used mercury (a possibility indicated by Samarangana Sutradhara).

Indeed the Foo Fighters which some believe were used by Nazi Germany were allegedly also powered by mercury. Some argue that the yellowish-white liquid sounds like gasoline and therefore believe that Vimanas could have used several sources of propulsion, including combustion engines and pulse-jet engines.

It is for this reason that some people attribute Vimanas to the Nazis and indeed Hitler was extremely interested in ancient India and Tibet, sending expeditions during the 1930s and indeed the Nazis were also responsible for creating the first practical pulse-jet engine.

Atlantean Vailixi

Information from occult sources suggests that the Atlanteans used a similar flying machine to the Vimana named the Vailixi to try to dominate the world. The Atlanteans, known as Asvins, were even more technologically advanced than the Indians and were considerably more war inclined.

A 1966 article written by Eklal Kueshana claims that Vailixi were developed in Atlantis 20,000 years ago. Kueshana wrote that most Vailixi were "saucer-shaped of generally trapezoidal cross-section with three hemispherical engine pods on the underside. They use a mechanical antigravity device driven by engines developing approximately 80,000 horse power."

The Ramayana, Mahabarata texts (and others) mention a war that is supposed to have occurred between 10,000 to 12,000 years ago between Atlantis and Rama using weapons of destruction that man would have been not been able to imagine until today.

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      chintu 3 months ago

      hey key-zen i would to like to have a conversation with you. can you provide your e-mail or some contact details

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      Key-Zen 4 months ago

      Low frequency bass waves can alter gravity. bass waves can be played at a frequency not noticeable by human ears, however there is a rumble and neck hair raising feeling. I have been experimenting with these waves and frequency's in order to create a friction-less plain matrix, so that energy generated in the field can be better manipulated and utilized, with less energy loss happening. I have thus far succeeded, but obviously the powers that be do not want this research meeting the eye of people who could make a change.

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      Ashutosh Joshi 11 months ago from New Delhi, India

      Wow this was great read. Hindu mythology does depict these space ships or vimanas especially in the epic Ramayana.

      It became a hot topic few years back when some conspiracy theories spread that US marines found a 5000 year old spaceship concealed in the tora bora mountains and it matched the " Pushpak Vimana" of Lord Rama that he used during the conquest of Sri lanka.

      Facts or fiction, but thing like these are always intriguing

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      JS Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      Very interesting...


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      Sparkster Publishing 5 years ago from United Kingdom

      Do you use a vimana Rasta? lol

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      Marvin Parke 5 years ago from Jamaica

      You hit a nerve, when you mentioned mercury. It is a necessary component.

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      Sparkster Publishing 5 years ago from United Kingdom

      Indeed, today's UFO's could originate from this ancient technology or this ancient technology could, itself, be extraterrestrial in origin.

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      rickzepeda 5 years ago

      Sounds like UFO Technology.

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      againsttheodds 6 years ago

      Never heard of this before, very interesting.

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      Keith Matyi 6 years ago from Denton, TX

      very interesting article. I will have to read it again. Thanks!

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