Saturday, June 02, 2007

ATLANTIUM Episode XXX















ANCIENT AVIATORS

During World War I and later in WWII fighter pilots were the swaggering icons of Newsreels and Hollywood movies. Aviators were idolized by millions of young men who dreamed of someday having the chance to take the stick and fly effortlessly through the azure sky. On the ground dressed in their flight suits with helmet, and parachute they appeared larger than life. Today new clues are emerging that point to a time in the ancient past when advanced aircraft dominated the skies above the Americas.

Today ancient reproductions of advanced aircraft sit in museums all over Central and south America. Thousands of Pre-columbian solid gold artifacts were created by the Maya and the Inca centuries ago. Many have been recovered from the ruins of the Maya and Inca empires that spans Central and South America. Gold can not be dated so the true age of these gold icons are unknown, they could be thousands of years old. Archaeologists and researchers have classified these objects as native Indian gods and objects of adornment. However when these figurines are viewed through the lens of aviation and aeronautical design it becomes evident that many of the objects are three dimensional representations of very advanced ancient aircraft. Highly advanced jet aircraft could have dominated the skies from Mexico in the north to Peru in the south. The North American Indian legend of the "Thunderbird" tells of a time when large birds flew through the sky making the sound of rolling thunder while flying from horizon to horizon. Modern jet aircraft make the same sound today. Hundreds of these gold icons display aircraft with forward swept wing configurations, twin jet engines and articulating tail horizontal stabilizers. As in modern high performance airplanes the shapes are highly aerodynamic. One model exhibits exceptional detail of the engines with cooling veins and combustion chambers clearly in view straight from an F-15. The Maya left an amazing legacy of their fascination with flight in carvings and solid gold. Scientists and Archaeologist are loath to even consider the possibility that any of these artifacts could be ancient 3-D models of advanced flying craft of any kind. Just as in our modern culture the pilots that flew these ancient machines were immortalized and are present in great numbers. These ancient aviators are presented wearing flight suits and are equipped with various communication and navigation aides. The details of connectors, hoses and various ports was not over looked by the artists. One gallant aviator appears to be wearing a rocket pack and is in a slightly squat position as if ready to jump into the sky. His feet are even displayed as being just inches off the ground. The configuration of the rocket apparatus is identical in almost every way to new state of the art rockets packs. He is depicted holding the controls in the very same way as modern rocket belt operators. How many of these icons were lost when the Conquistadors conquered the new world in the 16th century. There could have been thousands of these figurines sent back to Spain aboard gold laden Caravels. The Spanish Conquistadors would have seen these icons as primitive religious idols and would have not thought twice as they threw them into the smelting pot. They would have been unable to imagine that the past is the future. The Maya believed that the earth had been destroyed four times in the past. After each cataclysm man rose to extreme heights only to once again be completely wiped out. Many ancient cultures around the globe refer to a time when the Earth was filled with fantastic technology. A time when man had solved all scientific challenges and the earth was a Garden of Eden. Edger Cayce the American prophet of the last century spoke while in one of his famous trances about the Maya. He said the Maya were the remnant people of Atlantis and that they had maintained much of the ancient knowledge. All of the gold figurines would have required an astonishing amount of manpower to create. Gold is extremely difficult to mine and process. These 3-D gold icons were meant to be treasured and passed on to generation after generation. It is astonishing that so many of these objects are still with us today in museums from Mexico City to Santiago. Are these objects just imaginary muddling by an ancient goldsmith? Were these icons created as ancient Nick knacks? In the Atlantium continuum the answer is "NO". It is possible the Maya and Inca were leaving us 3-D records of aircraft and the pilots that operated them. Many ancient artifacts contain information that is highly technical in nature. This information was most likely handed down from a much earlier age. These Ancient Aviators still fly in the bright blue skies of our mind. ATLANTIUM. Roc Hatfield/Author



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