Hey guys, we are in Ellora caves in India
and I am going to show you a Vimana, which is an ancient flying device. You are in for
a big surprise because it is completely different from what we think it is. By the end of this
video, I hope you will come to a logical conclusion if such a flying device could have ever been
used in the past. What is special about this 1200 year old carving?
It shows a scene from the Hindu epic Ramayana where Ravana, who was the King of Sri Lanka,
is shown as flying in the air. According to the scripture, he uses a flying object called
“Pushpaka Vimana”. During this flight, he was attacked by a bird called Jatayu, which
is also shown in the carving. There is no guess work involved here, because it is all
documented in the Hindu epic Ramayana. Now, let us take a closer look at how this
flying device looks. Instead of an aircraft like machine, it is shown as a much smaller
device which is attached to Ravana’s back. Surprisingly, this device looks very similar
to a modern day jet pack. How detailed is this carving?
First, notice how firmly Ravana is fastened to the Vimana using plenty of straps. In his
safety harness, there are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 straps. Remarkably, you can even see the
main strap going from his waist and being securely hooked on to the Vimana. This is
the exact same technique that we use today in a jetpack. If you are flying, you wouldn’t
want to lose the jetpack in mid-air, would you? You know what would happen if you did.
It’s just incredible that the so called primitive people carved these 6 straps, over
1200 years ago. Now, there is also a circular object carved
on this Vimana, that is very similar to a modern day propeller. You can even see the
spinning blades of the propeller. Remember that this is a side view of a scene, which
shows only one side of everything. This means that there could have been another propeller
on the other side for balance. Again, notice the similarity with the modern day jetpack
that uses two rotors on either side. Was this 1200 year old carving created based on an
actual working Vimana? Why else would it be so similar to a working jetpack today?
Look at this part at the top of a modern day jetpack. It is called a safety roll bar, which
is a gear stick like device used for safe landing. Now, look at the top of the Vimana,
a very similar device that looks like a gear stick too. Is this all just a coincidence?
Were these carvings done based on pure imagination, or did people carve what they really saw?
Speaking of creating what you see, let’s take a look at how the Pushpaka Vimana is
shown in modern day Indian movies and TV shows. You can see how our generation which is more
used to commercial and private planes show it as a small aircraft with wings. This is
because the directors create these scenes with machines that they are familiar with.
Could this be true with this ancient carving as well? Did ancient people see human like
figures flying with devices attached to their backs? Did they simply carve what they saw?
I say human like figures because Ravana is defined as a “humanoid” with supernatural
capabilities. Were these flying humanoids with complex machines, in fact extraterrestrials?
This 1200 year old Vimana has almost all the features including a fuel tank, but something
very important is missing. For jetpacks or rocket belts to take off from the ground,
you need at least two pipes facing downwards that will blow out heat to create a steam
powered thrust. This is a crucial piece for a jetpack, so just hold on to that thought
that this Vimana does not have that tube or pipe-like extension.
Now, you can see a carving of a horse as a part of the Vimana. There is no way it can
be a real horse because it cannot be that much smaller than Ravana and Jatayu, and there
is no reason why it would be attached to Ravana�s back. Moreover, notice that this horse is
carved facing the opposite direction of Ravana’s flight. What is the secret behind this mysterious
horse that makes no sense at all? I am going to read a few lines from a Hindu
scripture about this horse or mare that is called Vadavamukha. “This was a lifeless
mare with a needle like mouth. It hissed like a snake, breathed fire and spit out hot smoke
which blistered human skin.” End of passage from the scripture. This must be the answer
to the missing piece. This horse after all, is the mechanical device that pumped out the
heat and steam needed for the jet pack to take off. Notice its mouth facing downwards
and when it breathes fire or steam, the Vimana would be pushed up in the air.
Now, let us take a look at Ravana and see what he is doing while flying. He seems to
be operating a circular instrument in one hand, and needless to say, he is wearing a
helmet for protection. In the other hand, you can see that he is holding a dumb-bell
like instrument over his ear listening to something. This is exactly what modern day
pilots do, they listen and talk to nearby airports while flying. In fact, in the Hindu
epic Ramayana, the author mentions six working airports in Sri Lanka, which were used by
Ravana. It is also mentioned that he used several flying devices of different sizes
and power. Is this listening gesture connected to the flying process or is it just a coincidence?
Here is another carving in the same Kailasa temple, which also happens to be a flying
“humanoid”. It is disfigured a little bit, but look at his hand: the exact same
gesture. He is definitely holding something to his ears while flying. And sure enough
on his back, there is the flying device. Notice how he too, is strapped on to the Vimana.
Not this one, because it could be a religious thread worn by Hindus, but this bigger strap
that goes around his waist that connects to the Vimana.
Why would the so called primitive people carve these flying devices, and listening gestures,
so accurately? It just seems impossible that sculptors could carve such a vivid scene purely
from imagination. I think we have to accept that at least it is more likely that these
remarkable details were carved from experience, rather than imagination.
Now, the jetpack is considered as one of the fanciest inventions of modern times. From
these carvings we can see that the jetpack could have been used thousands of years ago.
Are we simply reinventing historical devices? Could this technology have been used thousands
of years ago by these “humanoids” that came from higher planets?
Please do let me know your opinion whether this Vimana would have been a real flying
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