Re: Aliens are in fact Demons
According to a source of first-hand information that I consider to be reliable, ETs and other civilizations do exist. After all, the universe is so vast and limitless, that assuming the earth to be the only place capable of sustaining human life sounds not only stupid but also arrogant. We've now entered a higher age in the cosmic time cycles, and one of the characteristics of this age is advancement in technology. Hence we'll see more and more discoveries of extrasolar planets supporting human life.
As far as "alien spaceships" are concerned, we have enough evidence of it from the ancient texts and scriptures. Here's some food for thought...
The Chinese Annals relate that Emperor Shun (2258-2208 B.C.) constructed not only a flying apparatus but even made a parachute about the same time Daedalus built his gliders.
Emperor Cheng Tang (1766 B.C.) ordered Ki-Kung-Shi to design a flying chariot. The latter completed the assignment and tested the aircraft in flight, reaching the province of Honan. Subsequently the vessel was destroyed by imperial edict as Cheng Tang was afraid the secret of its mechanism might fall into enemy hands. This implies that the Emperor and his sages must have had blueprints of this skyship.
The Chinese poet Chu Yuan (3rd Century B.C.) wrote of his flight in a jade chariot at a high altitude over the Gobi Desert towards the Kun Lun Mountains. He accurately described how the aircraft was unaffected by the winds and dust of the Gobi, and how he conducted an aerial survey.
In the early part of the fourth century Ko-Hung wrote about a helicopter in China: "Some have made flying cars with wood from the inner part of the jujube tree, using ox leather straps fastened to rotating blades to set the machine in motion."
The Sanskrit term 'vimana vidya' means 'the science of building and piloting airships'. Why would they use or need such a term?
The Indian classic 'Mahabharata', one of the oldest books in the world, speak of 'an aerial chariot with the sides of iron and clad with wings'. An aeroplane?
The Ramayana describes the 'vimana' as a double deck circular aircraft with portholes and a dome. It flew with the 'speed of the wind' and gave forth a 'melodious sound'. Now that sounds more advanced than the jets we see now - what were they? A pilot had to be well trained otherwise no vimana was placed in his hands. The vimana could stop and remain motionless in the sky. The ancient classic gives an account of how the vimana soared above the clouds - from that altitude 'the ocean looked like a small pool of water'. The aviator was able to see the ocean coast and deltas of rivers. The vimanas were kept in 'vimana griha' or hangars. They were propelled by a yellowish-white liquid and employed for warfare, travel or sport. One is amazed at the wealth of detail in this ancient tale and wonders what stimulated it - fantasy of the authors or actual memories and/or happenings?
In ancient India six young men constructed a dirigible airship - the Pantachantra contains the full story of the experiment. The machine was operated by a complex control system, providing a safe, fast flight and perfect manoeuvrability.
There are two categories of ancient Sanscrit texts - the factual records known as the Manusa and the mythical and religious literature known as the Daiva. The Samara Sutradhara, which belongs to the factual type of records, treats air travel from every angle. The book contains 230 stanzas about the construction of flying machines. It deals not only with take-off, cruising for thousands of kilometers, normal and forced landings, but even with possible collisions of aircraft with birds! The same source mentions the 'Samhara', a missile that crippled and the 'Moha', a weapon that produced a state of complete paralysis.
As discussed earlier, man's mind power is the blueprint for technology. The ancients knew how to directly harness the mind power and hence, "inventing" a new technology was an easy thing for them.
Here's another link that gives good information:
The Vedic texts also talk about visitations from Devas (benign) and Asuras (malevolent). Hence, both types of ETs seem to exist. The Bhavishya Purana indicates that this period will be ruled by the Asuras, who will do everything in their capacity for self-aggrandisement at the expense of other people's happiness. It also mentions that the rulers of the world will ruthlessly confiscate the property of the people (sounds very much like the NWO agenda).
The Devas have tremendous power, but this power is derived from being in alignment with the source and submission to the Creator. Hence, they use this power only to help other living beings, or else they know that this power will be lost. The Asuras also have a lot of power, which is derived from intense austerities, but they use this power for self-glorification at the expense of others. The Puranas are filled with stories of conflict between Devas and Asuras. In almost all cases, the Asuras gain power and ascendancy in the beginning, then the Devas meditate on the Creator, and with the help of the Creator, they eventually succeed in vanquishing the Asuras after a long battle.
I see the same thing happening in today's time too....it's no different. And the Devas will undoubtedly come out victorious in the end.
Anyone who develops "Asuric" (evil) qualities will attract Asuras to his side....after all, like attracts like. He will certainly be lured by the promise of quick rewards and self-aggrandizement. However, this type of quick self-aggrandizement takes place by causing harm to others, and hence will never last long. The law of karma operates with precision and eventually all the asuric people will be defeated.
On the other hand, anyone who develops "Devic" or spiritual qualities will attract Devas to his side. Such a person will have to fight a long battle and be persistent enough to go past the illusion of defeat that comes in the beginning (when the asuras achieve initial victory). But with enough patience, faith and persistence, a Devic person will always win in the end. And when such a person wins, his victory and rewards will be permanent and long-lasting.
Hence, regardless of what happens in the outside world, our ultimate fate eventually rests on us.
\"Fly with the eagles or scratch with the chickens\"