UFO of Ancient Indian Origin
It is assumed UFOs, i.e. flying saucers, are of alien or governmental military origin, but we are of another opinion, i.e. Ancient India. The Indian link has recently emerged when Chinese identified Sanskrit documents in Tibet and sent them for translation to the College of Chandrigarh. What came, as a surprising discovery was the documents contained directions for developing interstellar spaceships.
It is an effectively-identified truth that the Indian documents contain details on science and medicine, which are currently embraced, looked into and utilized by the Western planet. There are several genuine texts that are still untouched, as their translation from old Sanskrit to the existing languages is ongoing.
Indian Emperor Ashoka formulated a "Secret Culture of the 9 Unfamiliar Men": These guys were meant to catalogue the numerous sciences, which were kept secret because these manuscripts contained potent details, which could fuel war. Becoming converted to Buddhism, he was in opposition to bloodshed and feared getting trapped into the vicious cycle of war once again, if these texts came out in the open.
The nine mysterious guys wrote the nine publications. The initial book focused on The Strategies of Gravity and deals with gravity control. In accordance to the manuscripts historical India experienced flying devices that were named "Vimanas". These are explained as double-deck, circular aircraft with portholes and a dome, much as we would imagine a flying saucer (UFO). It flew with the "velocity of the wind" and gave forth a "melodious audio. " There were at least several different sorts of Vimanas and the historical Indians, wrote the whole flight guides on the control of these Vimanas.
In the Samarangana Sutradhara (Traveling vehicles building handbook) there are 230 stanzas dealing with the building, take-off, cruising for thousand of miles, standard and pressured landings, and even collisions with birds. A scientific treatise dealing with each and every achievable aspect of air travels in the Vimana. Further, steering, safeguards for extended flights, defense of the airships from storms and lightning and how to switch the generator to "photovoltaic energy" from a no cost energy resource which appears similar "anti-gravity" were included in the handbook by a 4th Century B.C.scientist.
The Vaimanika Sastra (Traveling Saucer Handbook) includes 8 chapters with diagrams, describing a few sorts of aircraft, with apparatuses that could neither catch fire nor break. It also mentions 31 essential components of these vehicles and sixteen supplies from which they are made. Given that, these supplies absorbed mild and high temperature they were considered suitable for the building of Vimanas.
Vimanas were run by "anti-gravity". They took off vertically, and were capable of hovering in the sky, like a modern helicopter. It's presumed that some of these texts may well also discuss interplanetary travel, but that will be unveiled in due course, when translators are capable to fully grasp these manuscripts. Even so, the excellent Indian saga - Ramayana holds descriptions of a trip to moon in the Vimana and a fight fought on the area of the moon.