Rama airlines could be the name given to a powerful fleet of the past: the fleet of a rich prehistoric empire, ruling over northern India, known as Rama’s Empire.
Rama’s empire is widely mentioned in the sacred literature of ancient India. It was a highly developed civilization, just like ours, or even more developed. At its peak, around 12,000 BC, the empire had seven major capital cities called the seven Rishis, located in northern India.
In these cities, comfort and luxury were everywhere. Exquisite food, exotic zoos and aviaries, parks in bloom, the ancient descriptions remind of modern cities. And what follows is even harder to swallow: the Rama’s planes could travel anywhere on Earth, and even go to the moon or stars.
To fly from one city to another, the nobles had individual aircrafts called Vimanas, and also airliners called Pushpaks. According to a Jain text of 850 BC, the Pushpaks were “overhead trolleys used for normal transport and could carry a lot of people from one capital to another.” And all this took place in an atmosphere of science-fiction from the sixties, that makes you want to get a closer look. The show made by the Rishi cities was really weird.
Let us hope that, sooner or later, they will learn also from the light.Apart from the palaces and big estates equipped with sophisticated pipes, we can also see there factories, geo-energy power plants, lightning sensors, and alignments of small houses for workers. What an amazing modernity for the worlds before the great flood! Although they are the most concerned, archaeologists are unaware of these findings they consider totally absurd.
After a lifetime spent exploring the earliest Sanskrit texts, the expert in Indian culture Alain Daniélou has made a startling discovery: the vimanas are described with two large diamonds on the front and two smaller rubies in the back. Diamonds shine in white, rubies in red.
Just like our modern car lights, white headlights, and red tail lights!
Daniélou was amazed, and so are we. Even on details like the color of car lights, History is repeating …
Enough to confirm the existence of the Akashic Records, where everything is written.
During the Silver Age, many flying machines crisscrossed the sky, showing the white glare of their headlights or the red glow of their tail lights. What a magical show! How could we forget it? So when it was necessary to determine the color of our contemporary vehicles’ rear lights, someone has “remembered” this former wonder. He simply had to make a trip to the Great Library of the Universe.
It is very easy indeed: just open the door of Dream.You do it every night.
Quotes, descriptions and stories about vimanas are numerous in the Mahabharata and other scriptures of ancient India. You can find an attempt to classify them: the texts distinguish three kinds of flying machines, small Vimanas to go from one city to another, larger Pushpakas to go from one continent to another, and much faster gears to go into space.
Please note this only applies to the Indian subcontinent. Because at that time, many other flying machines were moving everywhere.
In the Middle East, for example, King Solomon did not despise the joys of flight. In Egypt and among the pre-Olmecs, it was also a custom of the “gods”. Among the Ashvin people, there was another kind of flying machine, the Vailixi, which could fly and sail, even under the sea. Thanks to this technological superiority, the Ashvins finally defeated the Ramas. Who were these Asvins? Who were this rival high-tech people? Why not the Atlanteans?
Then the Mahabharata would tell us the war of all against all, the war of the Atlanteans against the Ramas, of Zeus against the Hecatonchires, of the Anunnaki against the Great Planners, the Elohim? A war of the West against the East, already, probably doubled with a religious war, already: the Ramas worshiped a Trinitarian deity, and the Atlanteans, themselves, were strict followers of the One, as evidenced by the U.S. clairvoyant Edgar Cayce.
Notice To Handymen
To build your Vimana, please follow this ancient manual: “Strong and durable must be the body of the Vimana, like a great flying bird made of light material. Inside must be put the mercury engine with its metallic heating device underneath. Thanks to the latent power of mercury which allows movement, a man sitting inside may travel long distances in the sky.” (Source)Sanskrit Samarangana Sutradhara, 11th century
Nowadays, the use of mercury on that purpose has been totally forgotten, and that makes our bad scientists laugh.
“The movements of the Vimana are such that it can climb vertically, descend vertically, tilt forward and back. With the help of machines, human beings can fly in the air and eventually return to the ground.” (Source)Sanskrit Samarangana Sutradhara, 11th centuryNo one could invent out of nothing so compelling technical details. Studying these descriptions, U.S. researcher Richard Thompson makes a fundamental distinction between two kinds of vimanas, corresponding to two different technological approaches.