Ancient Alien Engines
The Zohar (Bereshith to Lekh Lekha) is a work of Kabbalistic commentary to the Hebrew Bible. The jewish authors who are trying to analyze the stories in the Bible, bases their analyzes in this work on ancient jewish Bible traditions, several ancient jewish texts and oral traditions. When studying this work, one quickly realize that the authors of this work struggle very hard to understand the meaning of the texts (as most of us still do). Most often are their analyzes obviously wrong and out of context and simply ruined because they view the text that they are trying to analyze in the light of religion, instead of analyzing it as real history as it really is. Thus the work is hard to read , and gives nothing away easy. I found that if one can get rid of the religious “analyzes” that are there, most of the real stuff gets unlocked in a more meaningful way, eventually making it a must read for every aa-theorists that are studying the bible connection. One of the most interesting description I have ever come across in any of the ancient Bible texts, I found in the Zohar. It describes the engines that the alien colonists used in their spacecrafts or flying vehicles in a surprisingly detailed way. In this post I will write how I (myself) have interpreted and understood the concept of these engines. Thus I have rewritten the entire descriptions of this engines slightly and changed a few words to give it all a better modern meaning. Those of you who want to read the original description can read it in Chapter XX at the following link:http://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/zdm/index.htm
Note. I am uncertain which vehicle the engines that are described in the Zohar could belong to, but since they are given in a chapter that also describes the seven heavens (In the Zohar the seven heavens are called mansions), one is led to believe that the engines belong to the pre-flood spaceship (lander module) that the aliens used as a science station on earth while they were busy colonizing earth in these days.
Since Enoch and Moses and also Abraham are describing alien vehicles and similarities with this engines, it would perhaps be safe to believe that the concept of alien engines at the time was used on most of their vehicles either they were plains or spacecrafts.
When the Zohar describes the engines, it also struck me that the engines described must have enabled the spacecraft to maneuver in the earth’s atmosphere and thus allowed it to operate as a plain as well as a spaceship travelling in space. The engines must have been so powerful that the vehicle could escape earths gravitation and enter space somehow. Sapira and Lebanah (the power source)
Aboard one of the alien’s ancient spaceship (located on the first heaven) there existed two great machines that produced energy in the form of concentrated light rays. The radiant form of the energy that was produced from the first ray-machine was white and called Saphira. The other one was called Lebanah and produced a red ray. The rays of these two machines then became blended and mingled together, the red absorbing the white. This mixture of rays was the energy that powered the four huge Ophanim’s, which was the Spaceship’s engines. The Ophanim’s (The engines)
The color of the Ophanim’s are described as being like the color of Beryl (a clear color, like air or water). When the energy that powered the engines (Ophanims) became united and blended with each other (as described above), a great white and intense light flashes forth above the four engines (Ophanims) , thus indicated that they were ready to use.
These engines contained huge wheels which was used to move the heavenly Mercaba, or chariot, in all four directions. In each of the wheels of this chariot appears three different colors of the supreme light, twelve altogether.
These engines had the forms of a man, a lion, an ox and an eagle which was facing the four quarters of the chariot. When the wheels of these engines eventually began to move, these forms became faced to each other.
When the wheels of the chariot began to move, a sweet and harmonious sound was heard from the lower section of the chariot. When the chariot starts to move, the four engines operated as one, and blended together as fire with water, and water with fire, as the North with the South and the South with the North, and also as the East with the West and the West with the East. The power from them was enormous, and flowing forth from each of them was a tall lofty column of concentrated light (or fire?) that extended and reached from the lowest to the highest spheres.
Each of these engines has eight wings and derives its power and sustenance from a power source aboard the chariot above them. The engines are stationed at the four cardinal points of the chariot.Each have four figures or forms, two of which are turned towards the “Hayoth” and two are covered by their wings, that they may not stand in the way of the Mercaba or celestial chariot in its circular motions, and thus avoid being consumed and annihilated.
The four engines with faces turned to the four cardinal points each had its own peculiar color. Because these engines approaches each other and comes into contact with one another, so do their colors become fused and blended the one with the other. When this occurs their forms become visible within each other.
When the engines becomes fused together, two fiery rays proceeds from them. The power presiding in these two light rays become united at the time when the engines starts. The force that produces this union comes from the power source aboard the chariot.
When the energy source is seen beaming within the four engines, each of the wheels can begin moving. When the wheel belonging to the East is trying to move in the eastward direction, it is prevented in this movement by the other three wheels which each turns in their own direction. This occurs alike with the other wheels of the North, South and West. Only when their individual motions are equilibrated (synchronized), can the Divine chariot be raised and turned in any direction by the mystical Column of light that are flowing forth from them. The seraphims (rocket engines)
The Seraphim’s are probably some kind of rocket-engines . They are said to have had six wings each and called consumers. It is unclear to me what their purpose was.
When the wheels of the Mercaba or heavenly chariot began moving, these Seraphims (rockets) falled back and many of them are consumed in their own flames, but eventually they are resuscitated and, gaining their pristine state, taking refuge beneath the wing of the eagle, one of the four engines surrounding the Divine chariot. To summarize:
The power source that fueled the engines were some sort of light rays that was blended and mixed together and channeled into the engines.
There were four engines that each had the form of a man,ox,lion and an eagle. They were located at the four cardinal points of the chariot attached to a ring that could move in a circle. Each engine had a wheel attached to it.
When the power source was turned on, each wheel in these engines needed to be synchronized and positioned before the chariot could be moved. From each of these wheel there flowed out yet another column of light (or fire). These column of light were probably the source of power that was able to make the chariot ascend or descend or move in the directions they wanted.
Furthermore , there was some sort of rocket engines and also wings are mentioned. The purpose and function of those are however unclear to me in this setting.
I recently saw the movie Prometheus. I kind of thought that the engines that are described in the Zohar reminded me a little about the engines that we saw on the earthlings spaceship. Also modern plains of today seems to have adopted the concept , although the power source still are based on fossil fuel.
It is however strange to read such a detailed description of engines that probably was used here on earth thousand and thousand of years ago. Anyway. I thought I would share this description with you. I know many of you find the aa/bible connection interesting. Hopefully someone care to comment on it and give their ideas.