UFO and Phenomenon Articles
Ancient Eastern Writings and UFO's
"In the year 22, of the third month of the winter, sixth hour of the day, the scribes of the House of Life found that there was a circle of fire coming from the sky. It had no head. From its mouth came a breath that stank. One rod long was its body and one rod wide and it was noiseless. And the hearts of the scribes became terrified and confused, and they laid themselves flat on their bellies.
They reported to the Pharaoh. Now, after some days had gone by, behold these things became more numerous in the sky than ever. They shone with the brightness of the sun, and extended to the four supports of the heaven. Dominated in the sky was the station of these five circles. The army of the Pharaoh looked on with him in their midst. It was after supper. These five circles ascended higher in the sky towards the south. Fishes and winged animals and birds fell down from the sky. A marvel never before known since the foundation of this land. And Pharaoh caused insence to be burned to make pieceon the earth. And what happened was ordered by the Pharaoh to be written in the annals of the House of Life so that it be remembered forever."
Royal Records of Tuthmosis III, 1480 B.C.
A badly decayed papyrus found in the possession of the deceased Director of the Egyptiam Museum of the Vatican, Professor Alberto Tulli.
What was this scribe describing when he recorded these words almost 4000 years ago? One UFO that was joined by others until the sky was filled with luminous objects that eventually departed? The Egyptiam Book of the Dead refers to the "shining ones". Could they be extraterrestrial crafts or beings?
"Behold, oh ye shining ones, ye men and gods..."
Chapter 134 - 15/17
"I speak with the followers of the gods. I speak with the disk. I speak with the shining ones."
Chapter 124 - 17
Dappled throughout the texts of history are small obscure references that make one wonder if UFOs have always been a part of most every culture. Then they wouldn't have been called UFOs, but they may have been called "flying wheels of fire", "pearls in the sky" and "circles of fire".
Airships whose "tails spouted fire and quicksilver' are described in chapter after chapter in the Samarangaua Sutradhara. Sanskrit Vedas speak of the "lords of light". The books of Dzyan teach that the first men on Earth were the progeny of the Pitris who were celestial men. These books describe ancient dynasties as "the kings of light" that occupied "celestial thrones". Could this be describing something we know as an ET and a UFO? The Dyzan also states that the "Great King of the dazzling face" had air vehicles called "vimanas" or "viwons".
The Tibetan books, Tantyua and Kantyua, mention prehistoric flying machines several times. They called these odd aircraft "pearls in the sky" and declared the information garnered from the 'pearls', secret and not for publication to the masses.
Mexico is experiencing a UFO wave that includes what the public calls, "pearls in the sky". In fact there have been reports of hundreds of the spheres being seen and filmed at one time. The masses in Mexico, like the ancient people in the Tibetan texts, have no information from or about the unknown visitors that have innundated their skies for the past ten years.