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Vaimanika Shastra

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  • Vladimir Rubtsov
    Dear Colleagues, Richard L. Thompson wrote in his book Alien Identities: Ancient Insights into Modern UFO Phenomena (Govardhan Hill Publishing, San Diego,
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 30, 2004
      Dear Colleagues,

      Richard L. Thompson wrote in his book "Alien Identities: Ancient
      Insights into Modern UFO Phenomena" (Govardhan Hill Publishing,
      San Diego, 1993):

      "In the Vedic literature of India, there are many descriptions of
      flying machines that are generally called vimanas." "...There is
      one book entitled Vaimanika-sastra that was dictated in trance
      during this century and claimed to be a transcription of an
      ancient work preserved in the Akashic record." "The medium in
      this case was Pandit Subbaraya Sastry, a 'walking lexicon gifted
      with occult perception', who began to dictate the
      Vaimanika-sastra to Mr. Venkatachala Sarma on August 1, 1918."

      As far as I know, Vaimanika Shastra was translated into English
      and published by G. R. Josyer, Director of the International
      Academy of Sanskrit Research, Mysore, India, in 1973.

      Does anybody know where in the Internet it would be possible to
      find a complete text of this translation, please? All my attempts
      to find it led only to very brief excerpts at best. Any help or
      advice would be highly appreciated.

      Best indeed!

      Sincerely, Vladimir Rubtsov, Ph.D., Director, RIAP
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