20,000 Year-Old Aluminum ‘ Vimana ’ Aircraft Landing Gear Discovered
Some scholars are convinced an ancient, advanced civilization existed
where the nation of India is today. They claim the prehistoric
city-state had advanced technology including high-energy weapons, jet-like aircraft, and even the atomic bomb.
Now a stunning artifact has been identified by some researchers as the
part of an aircraft landing assembly dated as old as 20,000 years made
from a metal that wasn’t discovered until the early 1800s.
For many years certain researchers in India and Asia have tried to convince
Western skeptics that the so-called religious texts of the Vedas are
really descriptive history. Lending credence to their claims are
various artifacts found over the years and detailed descriptions of the vimana aircraft engineering and construction.
The incredible discovery during the 1990s of the remains of an ancient city in northern India that was still highly radioactive sent some archaeologists scrambling to the site.
And then, a very strange artifact, the Wedge of Aiud,first
unearthed in 1973, was given another look: a machined piece of metal
made of an aluminum alloy. Originally thought to be about 400 years old,
new tests have determined it’s from 18,000 B.C.E., from the during the
Pleistocene Era, nearly 20,000 years before aluminum’s discovery in
Odder still, some experts believe the artifact may be part of an aircraft landing gear…possibly from one of the ancient Indian vimana flying machines described in the Veda texts.
The lost super city-states
Evidence that has accumulated during the past few centuries adds credence to the
idea that super city-states arose sometime towards the end of the last
Ice Age. The best evidence for the location of some of the cities—that may have spanned the globe—lies in northern India and southern Pakistan, and a desolate stretch of the Mongolian Gobi desert northwest of China….
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