These images were found on the ceiling beams of a 3000-year old New Kingdom Temple,
located several hundred miles south of Cairo and the Giza Plateau, at Abydos.
From this images we see many craft that resemble modern day flying machines.
Submarine (1940) - or UFO?
Zeppelin - Hindenburg - 1940 - UFO?
A vimana is a mythological flying machine, described in the ancient literature of India. References to these flying machines are commonplace in ancient Indian texts, even describing their use in warfare. As well as being able to fly within Earth's atmosphere, vimanas were also said to be able to travel into space and travel submerged underwater.
Descriptions in the Vedas and later Indian literature detail vimanas of various shapes and sizes:
- In the Vedas: the sun, and flying wheeled chariots pulled by animals, usually horses (but the Vedic god Paksan's chariot is pulled by goats).
- The "agnihotra-vimana" with two engines. (Agni means fire in Sanskrit.)
- The "gaja-vimana" with more engines. (Gaja means elephant in Sanskrit.)
- Other types named after the kingfisher, ibis, and other animals.
In some modern Indian languages (e.g. Gujarati), the word vimana means ordinary real aircraft.
Vimanavatthu (Pali for "Vimana Stories") uses the word "vimana" with a different meaning: "a small piece of text used as the inspiration for a Buddhist sermon".
VIMANAS IN INDIA - UFO CONNECTION?
ANCIENT ASTRONAUTS CREATION BY GODS FROM THE SKY
GODS WITH WATER BUCKETS CREATION REPTILIANS