A five thousand year old ancient Indian VIMANA found in Afghanistan cave, eight American soldiers stuck in TIME WELL disappeared in attempt to remove it
A 5000 year old Vimana, an aerial vehicle from ancient India was discovered in a cave in Afghanistan, that has caused the disappearance of at least 8 American Soldiers ( stuck in a “Time Well” ) in an attempt to extract it from the cave. The discovery caused a flurry of high level visits to the area by some powerful leaders of the western world.
Great leaders suspicious visits to Afghanistan
In the summer of 2012 the leaders of the most important occidental countries made consecutive visits that were considered “suspicious” in Afghanistan, at short intervals one from another with in week Barack Obama, David Cameron, Nicholas Sarkozy (which was then the President of France) and Angela Merkel. At that time Nicholas Sarkozy was already in India when suddenly he left that country going to Afghanistan.
The following question was naturally asked: why all this suspicious rush of all great world’s political personalities towards Afghanistan? The leak of information — even if partial — coming from the US Air Force seemed to have offered the answer: an ancient flying machine approximately 5000 years old called Vimana in the Hindu writings, was found in one of the caves of the complicated mountain chain from Afghanistan.The writing Mahabharata from the Hindu tradition made numerous references to these flying machines.
Eight American soldiers suddenly disappeared
In the case of the great discovery in Afghanistan, A group of soldiers made the discovery on a scout mission in the desert of Afghanistan. A Vimana is an ancient flying machine described in ancient Indian scripts. It is said to be protected by a strange energy barrier that is preventing troops from extracting the Vimana. the shocking element — that was kept a secret — was that the certain Vimana seemed to be caught in a strange temporal loop. Until now it seemed like 8 American militaries suddenly disappeared ( Stucked in time well ) when they tried to move the ship from its position in the cave.
What is Time Well
To the “Time Well” encasing the Vimana, it appears to be an electromagnetic radiation-gravity field first postulated by Albert Einstein as the Unified Field Theory and long rumored to be behind the infamous American World War II experiment in teleportation called the Philadelphia Experiment that in 1943, like the events occurring in Afghanistan today, likewise, caused the sudden “disappearance” of US Soldiers.
There are also ample references followed by explanations, detailed construction designs and energetic solutions in many other Hindu writings, among which the most important is Vimanika Shastra where it is stated that the Hindu Vimanas had the capacity to fly with a great speed through the terrestrial atmosphere, under water, through oceans and also in outer space.While researching the Vedas (ancient texts) including around 50 episodes of the Mahabharata, Sir Desmond Leslie concluded that the ancient chariots or flying machines called Vimanas were actually anti gravitic vehicles and some of the weapons (Brahma weapon) could well have been nuclear bombs or death rays. Descriptions in the Vedas of the resulting carnage were reminiscent of Hiroshima.
It is claimed that a few years ago, the Chinese discovered some sanskrit documents in Lhasa, Tibet and sent them to the University of Chandrigarh to be translated. Dr. Ruth Reyna of the University said recently that the documents contain directions for building interstellar spaceships!
Their method of propulsion, she said, was “anti-gravitational” and was based upon a system analogous to that of “laghima,” the unknown power of the ego existing in man’s physiological makeup, “a centrifugal force strong enough to counteract all gravitational pull”. According to Hindu Yogis, it is this “laghima” which enables a person to levitate. Dr. Reyna said that on board these machines, which were called “Astras” by the text, the ancient Indians could have sent a detachment of men onto any planet, according to the document, which is thought to be thousands of years old. The manuscripts were also said to reveal the secret of “antima”, “the cap of invisibility” and “garima”, “how to become as heavy as a mountain of lead”.
Vimāna is a word with several meanings ranging from temple or palace to mythological flying machines described in Sanskrit. From the ancient accounts found in The Mahabharata, we know that a Vimana measured twelve cubits in circumference, with four strong wheels.
Apart from its ‘blazing missiles’, The Mahabharata records the use of its other deadly weapons that operated via a circular ‘reflector’. When switched on, it produced a ‘shaft of light’ which, when focused on any target, immediately ‘consumed it with its power’. So it is a good bet that the weapons described on the Vimana in Afghanistan would attract the attention of foreign governments and the U.S. government.
Technology of some Vimanas are mentioned in some ancient indian sanskrit scripts Vedas.
The Yujurveda quite clearly tells of a flying machine, which was used by the Asvins (two heavenly twins). The Vimana is simply a synonym for flying machine. It occurs in the Yajurveda, the Ramayana, the Mahabharata, the Bhagavata Purana, as well as in classical Indian literature.
At least 20 passages in the Rigveda (1028 hymns to the gods) refer exclusively to the flying vehicle of the Asvins. This flying machine is represented as three-storeyed, triangular and three –wheeled. It could carry at least three passengers. According to tradition the machine was made of gold, silver and iron, and had two wings. With this flying machine the Asvins saved King Bhujyu who was in distress at sea.
Every scholar knows the Vaimanika Shastra, a collection of sketches the core of which is attributed to Bharatvaj the Wise around the 4th century B.C. The writings in the Vaimanika Shastra were rediscovered in 1875. The text deals with the size and the most important parts of the various flying machines. We learn how they steered, what special precautions had to be taken on long flights, how the machines could be protected against violent storms and lightning, how to make a forced landing and even how to switch the drive to solar energy to make the fuel go further. Bharatvaj refers to no fewer than 70 authorities and ten experts of Indian air travel in antiquity!
The description of these machines in old Indian texts are amazingly precise. The difficulty we are faced with today is basically that the texts mention various metals and alloys which we cannot translate. We do not know what our ancestors understood by them. In the Amarangasutradhara five flying machines were originally built for the gods Brahma, Vishnu, Yama, Kuvera and Indra. Later there were some additions.
Four main types of flying Vimanas are described: Rukma, Sundara, Tripura and Sakuna. The Rukma were conical in shape and dyed gold, whereas the Sundata were like rockets and had a silver sheen. The Tripura were three-storeyed and the Sakuna looked like birds. There were 113 subdivisions of these four main types that differed only in minor details. The position and functioning of the solar energy collectors are described in the Vaimanika Shastra. It says that eight tubes had to be made of special glass absorbing the sun’s ray. A whole series of details are listed, some of which we do not understand. The Amaranganasutradhara even explains the drive, the controls and the fuel for the flying machine. It says that quicksilver and ‘Rasa’ were used. Unfortunately we do not yet know what “Rasa’ was.
Ten sections deal with uncannily topical themes such as pilot training, flight paths, the individual parts of flying machines, as well as clothing for pilots and passengers, and the food recommended for long flights. There was much technical detail: the metals used, heat-absorbing metals and their melting point, the propulsion units and various types of flying machines. The information about metals used in construction name three sorts, somala, soundaalika and mourthwika. If they were mixed in the right proportions, the result was 16 kinds of heat-absorbing metals with names like ushnambhara, ushnapaa, raajaamlatrit, etc. which cannot be translated into English. The texts also explained how to clean metals, the acids such as lemon or apple to be used and the correct mixture, the right oils to work with and the correct temperature for them.
Seven types of engine are described with the special functions for which they are suited and the altitudes at which they work best. The catalogue is not short of data about the size of the machines, which had storeys, nor of their suitability for various purposes.
This text is recommended to all who doubt the existence of flying machines in antiquity. The mindless cry that there were no such things would have to fall silent in shame.