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2019-03-18 10:07:26 PM  
I read this the other day, glad it got submitted. Neat article.
 
2019-03-18 10:24:36 PM  
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2019-03-18 11:19:46 PM  
Judaism wins with its magical robots.
 
2019-03-18 11:58:22 PM  
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2019-03-19 12:39:25 AM  
I'm surprised that Rajinikanth isn't in this thread.
 
2019-03-19 08:13:34 AM  

commodork: I'm surprised that Rajinikanth isn't in this thread.


Bless you..
 
2019-03-19 02:39:11 PM  
The Vaimānika Shāstra is an early 20th-century Sanskrit text on aeronautics, obtained allegedly by mental channeling, about the construction of vimānas, the "chariots of the Gods". The existence of the text was revealed in 1952 by G. R. Josyer, according to whom it was written by one Pandit Subbaraya Shastry, who dictated it in 1918-1923. A Hindi translation was published in 1959, the Sanskrit text with an English translation in 1973. It has 3000 shlokas in 8 chapters. Subbaraya Shastry allegedly stated that the content was dictated to him by Maharishi Bharadvaja.[13]
 
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