Did you know that Ancient India has one of the most extensive stories in the world? Their greatest ancient texts are called Vedas, and these writings literally speak of flying ships that visited their continent more than 6,000 years ago. Compiled in Vedic Sanskrit, the texts constitute the oldest layer of Sanskrit literature and the most ancient writings of Hinduism.
So, why did the main story ignore these ancient texts? Even better, does this mean that we are not the only intellectual species inhabiting the universe? It seems that the ancient Vedas will raise more questions in time.
The canonical division of the Vedas is fourfold (turiya), namely:
- Rigveda (RV)
- Yajurveda (YV, with the main division of TS vs VS)
- Samavede (SW)
- Atharva Veda (AV)
According to experts, the Vedas talk about two categories of flying objects that visited ancient India in the distant past. These mysterious objects are described in a Sanskrit letter where you can find incredible devices and technologies that should not have been present on our planet for thousands of years. In the Mahabharata, the Puranas and the Ramayanas, we find more descriptions of mysterious devices that surpass the technological understanding of the ancient man.
Descriptions of highly developed cars, found in ancient texts, are incredible and confusing. In the ancient book of the Vaymanik Shastra or the “Science of Aeronautics” there are texts that talk about crafts that are literally controlled by our minds, which is made possible by extremely advanced technologies that have in our time been away from society.
Not only do these ancient texts speak of mind-controlled ships, but these sacred books speak of levitation and anti-gravity, 6,000 years ago. Many experts believe that Vaymanik Shastra is a sacred book that tells about ships that can travel to different places on our planet, but also could travel to space.
A hand-written illustration of the heavenly battle of Kurukshetra, fought between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, recorded in the epic of the Mahabharata
According to Dr. V. Raghavam, a famous Sanskrit scholar and musicologist who wrote more than 120 books and 1200 articles, ancient Indian texts speak of people who lived on other planets and alien beings who visited our ancestors thousands of years ago. In 1966, Dr. V. Raghavam received the Sahitya Academy Award for Sanskrit.
We quote Dr. Raghavan:
Fifty years of studying this ancient work convince me that there are living beings on other planets, and that they visited the earth back in 4000 BC.
He then explains:
There is simply a mass of fascinating information about flying machines, even fantastic science-fiction weapons, which can be found in translations of the Vedas (scriptures), Indian epics and other ancient Sanskrit texts.
According to Dr. Raghavan, there are references to numerous technologies in the Mahabharata and the Ramayanas: you can find there all sorts of advanced technologies, some of these ancient technologies were recycled by the great Nikola Tesla; Ray weapons, lasers, etc.
But Dr. Raghavan is not the only one who believed this theory. Another scientist, who strongly agrees with Dr. Raghavan, is Dr. A.V. Krishna Murthy, Professor of Aeronautics at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore.
It’s true, says Dr. Krishna Murthy, that the ancient Indian Vedas and other text refer to aeronautics, space ships, aircraft, ancient astronauts.
The study of the Sanskrit texts convinced me that ancient India really knew the secret of the creation of aircraft, and that these machines were formed after spacecraft coming from other planets.
One of the most interesting places in Ramayana says:
The Puspaka car, resembling the Sun and belonging to my brother, was brought by a mighty Ravan; This airy and excellent machine, going everywhere at will. This car, like a bright cloud in the sky … and the king [Rama] came in, and an excellent car under the command of Ragira rose to a higher atmosphere.
In addition, in the Mahabharata we find texts that read as follows:
Gurha, flying in his fast and powerful Vimana, rushed to the three cities of Vrisha and Andhaka – the only shell charged with the entire power of the universe. The glowing column of smoke and fire, as bright as ten thousand suns, rose in all its splendor. It was an unknown weapon, the Iron Thunderbolt, the giant death messenger who turned the entire race of Vrsni and Andhaka to dust.
In Sanskrit Samanganganasutraadhaara it is written:
Strong and durable should be the body of Vimana, like a large flying bird made of light material. Inside, you need to put a mercury engine with its iron heating device under it. With the power hidden in mercury, which sets the moving whirlwind in motion, the person sitting inside can travel a great distance in the sky. Wiman’s movements are such that they can rise vertically, vertically descend, move forward and backward. With the help of machines, people can fly in the air, and celestial beings can descend to the earth.
As you can see, there are numerous texts that talk about those technologies that were considered divine in the distant past. These technologies are not present only in Ancient India. The recording of such phenomena is recorded in ancient cultures around the world, from ancient American Aborigines, to people living in Ancient Egypt and even in Asia. Wherever you go and do not look at the ancient texts, you will find fragments of forgotten history, texts that have been labeled as mythological, and were avoided by the main archaeologists and researchers.