"Many are the stars of heaven whose names no man knows. By the same token no man knows mankind..."
- the words of Ahiqar, fifth century-Elephantine, Upper Egypt



To say they went uppity-up-up and down-dity-down-down is a gross understatement.


They describe the very aerial machines we are trying to create today. To attribute what these people describe as mental delusion has no bearing here for the detail is superb as was found of the ship of Ezekial. The most valuable texts are the Egyptian, Sumerian and especially the Veda for flying vehicles. It would not be appropriate to hit the reader full-face with these very stark accounts of high technology eons before ours without first an introduction to the skills they had in aerodynamics and weaponry.


If ever you thought you were in the middle of a Star Wars or Star Trek movie this would be it. It also shows how powerful mental engrains can be for the resemblance in these films is uncanny.


As the Veda says of its history,

"Even as all the senses rest on the manifold workings of the mind, so all works and virtues rest upon this narrative. No story is found on earth that doesn't rest on this epic - nobody endures without living off its food. Even as seivants that strive for preferment live off a high-born master, so all the best poets live off this epic."1

You will find some of those great "poets" today in George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Gene Roddenberry.


And in writers as Eric Von Daniken and Zecharia Sitchin who are tripping old engrams of these days past just as Heinrich Schliemann swore there was a Troy despite those who laughed at him and by intuition and genetic memory, found the city of his "dreams."


All of us though, harbor some memory of these past times, whether it lies dormant or not depends on many factors.

In Saqqara in 1891, there was found a bird-like object made of sycamore dated to 200 BCE and eighty years later when it made sense, they looked at its possibility of being what it really looked like - an airplane. A team of aviation experts in the 1970's revealed that the body was aerodynamically sound and comment was made that its shape appeared as one NASA was planning to build for an aircraft.


Put to the test it soared, it was a small scale model - of the real thing?


That is for us to investigate through these histories. Even the laser-type swords used in Star Wars are well displayed throughout these writings called the "thunderbolts" and as we will see the duels they fought are quite reminiscent. Actors of Star Trek may think they are only acting out parts when they speak into their wrist transmitters but a Sumerian pictograph seems to point this out with very curious wrist ornaments that seem to be not bracelets.


There are "bright shining birds" and "celestial weapons" and horses that take to the sky,

"those swift as thought followed the pattern of the Sun to where the Gods were standing. And, one of the most curious lines concerning the famous "Boats of Ra," which seem to be aircraft, when one passes - "Making to stand the hair is the name of the oars...'' 3

When is the last time your hair stood on end when a boat passed by?


This profound statement alone tells us electro-magnetic power was being used. The ships of the Pandava seem to be run on crystal while those of the opposition on "Elixir", or fuel, but all seem to use the electromagnetic powered ships when they could. Even the automatic opening doors, a la Star Trek, are used by saying a name in Egyptian texts.


And, we will see 'Scotty' beaming up someone numerous times. In a passage from the Veda it states that:

Astaka said,
"Whose are these five golden chariots we see before us, which stand there shining high, ablaze like flame crests?" Yayati said,
"They shall carry yourselves, these golden chariots, which stand there shining high, ablaze like flame crests!" Astaka said,
King, you ascend your chariots and stride wide in the sky! We shall come after you whenever our time comes. Yayati said.
We must now go altogether; we have conquered heaven together. See how our path goes beyond the sky to the seat of the Gods! 5

These 'horses' are quite unusual - "the thunderbolt of the baronage is their steeds - the steeds are known to be indestructible.


Vadava gave birth to the chariot steed - hence the name suta for those who drive the horses.

"Gandharva bred horses take on any color or speed, they can be approached for any whim, and they fulfill any desire."

Animals used seem to be more as military insignia and symbolism. Amen-Ra of Egyptian texts called also the "Traveler" who,

"dost pass over and dost travel through untold spaces requiring millions and hundreds of thousands of years to pass over; thou passest through them in peace, and thou steerest thy way across the watery abyss to the place which thou lovest; sink down and dost make an end of the hours."

One thing we have to divorce from our minds is that these animal representations are some bizarre worship or wild mental symbolism.


They drew from nature the forms they could use and which signified their behavior patterns. We have our military units through history and men such as The Desert Fox, (Field Marshall Rommel) the Sea Wolves, a World War II unit, the Flying Tigers, etc. I can just see the headlines 2,000 years from now - "Primitives in the I970's were so ignorant they actually believed an 'eagle' had landed on the moon!"


And some academic know-all will state we rose from someone so primitive. What a game we play. Hawk-headed Gods seem to imply flying units, dog-headed, trouble-shooters, being keen and alert. The Egyptian God Seb was represented by a goose called the Seh as he made his way through the sky in its form. We should ponder whether the twelve symbols of the Zodiac merely represent units who were deployed in sections of space.


There are ships described which can come from water to air,

"You brought him back, Asvins, in ships that were alive, that swam through the realm of air far from the water." 8

Are not the horses that fly from which we get our Pegasus myth?


Mystics have told us that the animals in Egyptian history are some great symbolism but the Veda comes right out and tells us what they are. The vulture, the apes, the monkeys, the lion, the bulls, the crocodile and hawk are symbols of the people or groups, more basically, military units as the Wolverines, Blue Angels, the monkey patch of the 2nd Calvary Division in our times.


My father was a 'monkey'. The vultures, hawks, falcons, are aerial commands, no mysticism here. The apes, monkeys are infantry and artillery groups. The snakes are electrical engineers, communication, etc. The crocodiles of Egyptian hieroglyphics are represented in the Veda with the legions of Rama hoisting their crocodile flag, with "its maw wide open, terror of fishes, waved brightly on the chariot, sowing fear before the army entire of Salva.


Animals also represented physical conditions, as the Baboons, who represent those with prognathous jaws having weak pineal glands as baboons are known to have.

Mothers hope to bear sons who,

"Shall become an India to reign alone over the birds. A heroic Bird; esteemed by all the world, he will have every power in his grasp." 10

In other words, she hopes he will become a part of the star fleet, for to reach the stars was the epitome of wisdom and manhood. Some Gods as Krishna, were called the "bird-bannered God" while others had the sign of the Nibiru family, the golden lion.


Interestingly, in both the Egyptian and Veda texts, the Gods always circumnavigate their ships before taking off. In the Veda, the men sometimes circle before sitting down as a dog does, which is believed to be done to attune themselves to the magnetic forces of the earth.


Some 'chariots' seem to be open vehicles,

"The generous Matali, art expert in the science of horses, stalled the steeds, which speed like thought and the wind, in the proper fashion. The charioteer looked at my face as I stood on the swinging chariot, king, and he said in surprise.


"This appears to me most marvelous and wonderful today that you have not moved afoot while riding on this celestial chariot! Even the king of the Gods I have always found to stagger at the first upward start of the horse, bull of the Bharatas. But you stand right there on the swinging chariot, scion of Kuiv, arid me thinks your mettle surpasses Sakra's." 11

The "blood" from these ships we shall encounter often and it seem to merely be the loss of some sort of fuel of which there were many battles over.


The burning pools of the Gods as in the following seems to be from an attack.

"When that grand Bird had rid them all of life, he strode across them to look for the Elixir. He saw fire everywhere; blazing fiercely, it filled all the skies with its flames, burning hot and razor-sharp rays, and evil under the stirrings of the wind.


Thereupon Garuda, fierce and great-spirited, took on ninety-times ninety mouths, drank up with these mouths the water of the rivers, returned with great speed and driving the chariot of his wings, the burner of his enemies sprinkled the burning fire with the rivers. Then, after putting out the fire, he took on another tiny body to make his entry." 12

There are many parallels in the stories from Egypt, the Bible, Sumerian and the Veda, as Enoch of the Bible has his counterpart as we will see in the Veda, and was taken aloft in a,

"large celestial crystalline chariot in the sky, which it is the Gods' privilege to enjoy, this airborne chariot will come to you as my gift Among all mortals you alone shall stand upon a grand and skygoing chariot, and indeed, you will ride there above, like a God come to Flesh!"13

Some got a little carried away by the privilege,

"for before, when I rode around heaven in a celestial chariot, I was so drunk with self-grandeur that I did not think of anyone else." 14

An Egyptian text states,

"Ferry me over speedily to the landing place of that field which the gods made, on which the gods carouse on those their days of annual festivals." 15

The Veda describes temples and halls that move in the sky which were,

"mansions made in the image of celestial chariots, colorful, gem-studded, opulent with superb wealth." 15

In the Sumerian texts, "Edins" (Edens) were created but they were no gardens but enclosed areas where they could reside from the impurities of the environment.


The Veda too speaks of them and those that could fly,

"this lovely airborne city, with the splendor of good works, piled with all precious stones, and impregnable even Jo me Immortals, the bands of Yaksas and GandJiarvas, and Snakes, Asuras, and Raksasas, filled with all desires arid virtues, free from sorrow aiid disease, was created from the Kalakeyas by Brahma, O best of the Bharatas.


The Immortals shun this celestial, sky-going city, O hero, which is by the Pauloma and Kalakeyas Asuras. This great city is called Hiranyapura, the City-of-Gold, and it is defended by the grand Pauloma and Kalakeya Asuras. They are always happy and cannot be slain by any of the deities, O Indra of Kings, and they live here unworried, with nothing left to desire. But Brahma has of old decreed that a human would be their death."

The relevancy of all this will come to us.

One of the hallmarks of the Gods was their penchant for flags. In Egyptian hieroglyphics the symbol for the Gods is a flag. And in the Veda they are described as waving off masts on the air ships. The men had a penchant of carving the heads and bodies of their enemies on cane handles and arrows as the Egyptians such as King Tut was found to have on one of his walking sticks, or on footstools and even sandals.

As for weaponry, both the Egyptian and Veda speak of the "dreadful club" that,

"flashed like lightning in the sky wiih^ many arrows that had been wetted on stone...The fearfully whistling missile...''16

In Egyptian hieroglyphics it is shown thusly .


There was the "Castle of the Mace" in Egyptian history, which if this is a missile of some sort, may have housed it.

Some of the Edens seem to be totally enclosed, like bubble-topped cities, that had to be built to help them in their enclosed environments.

"After the undefeated Pandavas, led by Krishna, had gone there, they built a beautiful city like a new heaven. Led by Dvaipayana, the heroes performed the rite of appeasement on an auspicious and holy stretch of land and had the for! measured out. It was made strong by moats that were like oceans and surrounded by a wall that covered the sky, white like clouds, or like a mountain of snow.


That grand city shone as Bhogavati shines with its Snakes and it was protected by dreadful looking, double-hung gates like two-winged Garudas, with gate towers that towered like packed clouds, like so many Mount Mandaras." 17

It was protected, very similar to that of the Biblical Eden, by whirling swords, and,

"covered with spears and javelins of many kinds, surpassing sharp and smoothly turned, as though with double-tongued Snakes. Guarded by warriors, it was splendid with spiraling turrets and resplendent with sharp spikes and hundred-killers and movable trellises."

Even in the Epic of Gilgamesh he would encounter very similar obstacles.


They were well planned cities which "sported" massive iron wheels and a well laid plan of streets that avoided collisions with Fate" which indicates their genetic soundness as they abhorred those who fell to Fate, as they had great intuition and foresight.

"Thus Indraprastha shone wide in the image of heaven, grown big like a mass of packed clouds, that are encircled by lightning. In this lovely and beautiful place stood the splendid seat of the Kaurava, filled with treasure, which was like wisest scholars of the Vedas..."

 All the Gods tried to obtain these 'Edens' that were "free from sorrow and disease. "

The staff is well represented in Egypt, Sumer and Veda literature, long before Moses' use of it in the Bible. In one part of the Veda, when the Gods do battle on the ocean shore with laser-type swords it is because some of them had been "squeezed down by me staff of Brahman on the shore of the ocean. To "wield the stoff" was "to be dreaded, and to protect the people."19


When anyone is mad in the Veda, they "burn like Brahma's staff. "


Depending on who had it of course measured the impact of it upon the people.

"Take my weapon, the irresistible staff, strong-armed hero, for with this weapon you shall do great deeds."

Apparently, it had its hazards for Rama, the original of the Ennead, when visited by his son in the Heavens has a "hand that was scarred from holding the thunderbolt," but this sounds more like he was using one of their famous laser swords. It was no doubt made of iron, copper or gold, the latter two excellent electrical conductors, the former for electromagnetic power.


One passage in the Veda calls it the "staff of Death" and was plated with gold. There was also the trident staff that was more the symbol of Indra, the famous symbol of the devil, however both sides seem to use it at various times. Some staffs were just as rods, others with hooked ends. It was often used with the famous 'disc' seen often in Egyptian and Sumerian pictographs hovering in the sky, as we will see how Moses used those above to help him as well as it seems to often draw power from these "celestial chariots."


It had great power and those who knew how to use it were greatly feared,

"When I heard that the divine spear, which had been granted by the king of the Gods had been spirited away by Madltava to the abominable demon Ghatolkaca - then, Samjaya, I lost hope of victory..." 21

When the accomplished actor Charlton Heston in the Ten Commandments brandished the staff as Moses, little did he realize he was reenacting the use of a very powerful weapon as we shall come to see.


According to the Sumerian Tale of Aqhat, the staff can make, like a magicians wand, the bearer disappear and reappear at a different location.

As with the snake of the Bible it soon comes to be only foolishness when people try to make philosophical renderings out of something very concrete. It seems that the "snakes" of the Veda are actually people, a unit of men trained in electrical technology. They also dispensed EMR, (electro-magnetic resonances), which will comprise a great deal of this history.


I would never have understood the Veda and others if I were not a student of biomagnetism and recognized the accompanying pathological effects well represented in all the literature.


I soon found that what historians were calling myths, hysteria, mania, illusions, were not neuroses but from very planned and executed maneuvers,

"the curse of the king, now twice pronounced over him, waxed strong, and he became fully possessed by the power of the Roksas and lost his mind." 22

His "senses were bottered by the Raksasa." How much we shall see that is trying to be accomplished today.


The 'snakes' are actually electrical emanations and what better fitting representation of the waves and erratic moves as like a snake? Those who could subdue them were called "eaters of Snakes."


There was some relationship between the snake and the staff, for Ra is shown holding a snake as Moses did. However, people see images and bizarre forms which is easily done with EMR and which we will later study.


In battle they trick one another by changing into a myriad of forms, probably through using holograms, and the legend of reincarnation took root from these times,

"By my wizardry I divide myself into many ports and reside in many incarnations."25

The snake also was used for transmitting and receiving. They used the geometries of nature continuously which we do only minimally, regretfully.


The "serpent-guide" worn upon the brow of the God Unas seems to be just such a transmitter and receiver in Egyptian texts and with it he was endowed with power and sailed the heavens.


However, it is both the Hebrew and the Egyptian texts that give us more as to what the 'snake' was as it means "word", "thing" and "matter." The 'tchet' sound of the Egyptians.


When Ra speaks to his assistants his voice is like the "humming of bees,"24 what better reference to a transmitted voice? They answer in a voice which resembles "weeping women" and of "men who moan" and others like "bulls" or "Roar of the living" or "cry of the divine hawk of Horus," all very reminiscent of garbled transmissions.


Actually, volumes could be written from the Veda especially, which gives us more detail on the use of their technology but we shall see much more through these pages.





1. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 1, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen-University of Chicago press, 1975.
2. IBID.
3. THE EGYPTIAN BOOK OF THE DEAD, E.A. Wallis Budge, 1895 (reprint 1967), Dover Publishing Company, Inc., New York, N.Y.
4. THE GODS OF THE EGYPTIANS, E.A. Wallis Budge, VOL. II, 1904 (reprint 1969) Dover Publishing Company, Inc., New York, N.Y.
5. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 1, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, University of Chicago Press, 1973.
6. IBID.
7. THE GODS OF THE EGYPTIANS, VOL. II E.A. Wallis Budge, 1904 (reprint 1969) Dover Publishing Company, Inc., New York, N.Y.
8. THE RIG VEDA, An Anthology, Edited by Wendy Doniger O'Flaherry, Penguin Classics, New York, N.Y., 1984.
9. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 2 & 3, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, University of Chicago Press, 1973.
10. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 1, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, University of Chicago Press, 1973.
11. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 2 & 3, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, University of Chicago Press, 1973.
12. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 1, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, University of Chicago Press, 1973.
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14. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 2 & 3, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, University of Chicago Press, 1973.
15. IBID.
16. IBID.
17. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 1, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, University of Chicago Press. 1973.
18. IBID.
19. IBID.
20. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 2 & 3, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, University of Chicago Press, 1973.
21. THE MAHABHARATA, VOL. 1, Edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, University of Chicago Press. 1973.
22. IBID.
23. IBID.
24. THE GODS OF THE EGYPTIANS. E.A. Wallis Budge, VOL. II, 1904 (reprint 1969) Dover Publishing Company, Inc., New York, N.Y.

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