Monday, 19 November 2018

Were We On The Moon In 2309BC?


In 1926, Professor A. W. Bickerton declared the concept of shooting at the moon to be foolish and impossible. In 1935, the noted astronomer F. R. Moulton wrote that man could never travel in outer space. In 1957, Dr. Richard van der Riet Wooley (former Astronomer Royal) called the idea of space travel “utter bilge.” Eight months later Sputnik I was orbiting the earth.
In a remote northern area of Tibet lie the ruins of the Hsiung Nu capital, discovered by Duparc in 1725. Within the city, Duparc came upon a mass of monoliths (once coated with silver), a pyramid, part of a tower of blue porcelain, and a royal palace, containing thrones with sun and moon images. There was also a large milky white stone surrounded by exquisite drawings.

Now for the stunning sequel. In 1952, a Soviet expedition arrived.
The group was
shown by Tibetan monks some ancient documents, whose descriptions agreed
with those of Duparc.
But here is the breathtaking part: the milky white stone, so said the documents, was “brought from the moon.” Moon rock? Is it possible? COULD MAN ACTUALLY HAVE LEFT THIS EARTH AND GONE TO THE MOON IN AGES PAST? Was space travel a natural adjunct to his civilization? Are there clues?
Indeed, there are. Indications of the reality of ancient space travel do come from widely separated parts of the world. Written and oral tradition is widespread – and, it seems, reliable.
Chinese historians in particular never tried to please their rulers at the expense of truth. Death was preferred to untruthful reports of history. As an example we have the fate of historians in the reign of Chi in 547 B.C. We should therefore take seriously the historical reports of China, even if they seem at first to he far-fetched.
There is a tendency in scientific circles nowadays to regard ancient documents and even mythology and folklore – as sources of history. Anthony Roberts expresses it this way:
“Legends are like time-capsules that preserve their contents through ages of ignorance.”
In regard to some of the chronicles cited hereafter, internal evidence will carry its own proofs of authenticity.
My first source is an old manuscript described by James Churchward, the English scholar who wrote decades before people spoke of artificial satellites and spaceships.
1 – INDIA: Vehicles that could revolve around the earth (i.e., satellites):
“Their fuel is drawn from the air in a very simple and cheap way. The motor is something like a modern turbine: it works from one chamber to another and does not stop or stall unless switched off. If nothing happens it continues to function. The ship in which it is built could revolve as long as it liked around Earth, only falling when the parts of which it is made were burnt up.”
2 – INDIA: Philosophers and scientists who orbited the earth “below the moon and above the clouds” are spoken of in the ancient Surya Siddhanta.
Giant satellites made of shiny metal and turning about an axis are described in detail in ancient Sanskrit texts, right down to their dimensions and interiors, as well as smaller craft that fly between them and the earth.
3 – CHALDEA: Two “modern” rockets emitting rays at the rear, a box like a loudspeaker and a “copy” of a Gemini capsule – are engraved on a copper chisel unearthed at Ur.
4 – SUMERIA: Pictographic texts describe three related objects on display in Sippar: the golden sphere (command module?), the “GIR” (a long arrow-shaped object, divided into several compartments) and the “alikmahrati,” meaning “advancer that makes vessel go” (i.e., a motor, or an engine). Together they look very much like a three-part rocket ship.
Another explicit sign is the combination of two words “DIN” and ’GIR.” When joined together to form the word “g-ds,” the tail of the finlike “gir” fits perfectly into the opening of the rocket like “din,” which exhausts fire from its tail. 

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