This system is developed by, created by Bill Clendenon, an inventor of the mercury vortex propulsion system. Clendenon explains that the vimana was an ancient Indian aircraft, mention in variuous Vedic scriptures. This was a machine driven by a now unconventional manner. The mercury vortex propulsion engine. The workings of the mercury vortex technology David hatcher Childress has explained a bit further, the theory of the mercury vortex technology. A ring conductor directional gyro-armature is placed around the field coil heat exchanger windings so that the core of the vertical heat exchanger coils protrudes through the center of the ring conductor.
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Translated by G. It makes the claim that the vim? The existence of the text was revealed in by G. A Hindi translation was published in , while the Sanskrit text with an English translation was published in It contains shlokas in 8 chapters which Shastry claimed was psychically delivered to him by the ancient Hindu sage Bharadvaja. The text has gained favor among proponents of ancient astronaut theories.
In his introduction, Hare writes: The Vymanika Shastra was first committed to writing between and , and nobody is claiming that it came from some mysterious antique manuscript.
The fact is, there are no manuscripts of this text prior to , and nobody is claiming that there are. So on one level, this is not a hoax. In plain terms, the VS never directly explains how Vimanas get up in the air. The text is top-heavy with long lists of often bizarre ingredients used to construct various subsystems. The technical illustration based on the text They look like brutalist wedding cakes, with minarets, huge ornithopter wings and dinky propellers.
In other words, they look like typical early 20th century fantasy flying machines with an Indian twist.
According to Josyer, he dictated the text to G. Venkatachala Sharma in the early s completing it in According to the history unearthed by Mukunda et al. His parents died at a young age and he was diseased and in a poor state. While wandering, he met a great saint at Kolar , who initiated him into spirituality and revealed to him several shastras, including the Vimana Shastra. Afterwards, Shastri settled into normal life.
Translated by G. It makes the claim that the vim? The existence of the text was revealed in by G. A Hindi translation was published in , while the Sanskrit text with an English translation was published in