Book of Ezekiel, the decisive proof of an ancient alien presence. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.
One of the most fascinating accounts of ancient “flying machines” is told in a very unexpected place, the Bible.
In this sacred Hebrew text, we find many details about an “advanced technology” that existed on Earth, already thousands of years ago.
In the book of Ezekiel, the prophet describes “a flying chariot” that is presumably made up of “wheels inside wheels”: I suppose this reference is a clear proof of ancient unidentified flying objects.
Bible scholars claim that the Book of Ezekiel does not literally describe flying machines: they claim that the prophet spoke symbolically of enemies that Israel was facing.
But did the prophet really describe mythological enemies, or could the Book of Ezekiel offer the missing evidence of ancient alien life on Earth? Ezekiel reveals prophecies about the destruction of Jerusalem, about the restoration in the land of Israel and about what some call visions of the Millennial Temple or the Third Temple.
Ezekiel’s book describes something in the first person, while many other texts are always transcribed in the third person: “I looked and saw a whirlwind coming from the north, a big cloud with the fire flashing back and forth and a bright light all around. At the center of the fire there was a glow similar to amber, and inside it was the form of four living creatures. And this was their appearance: they had a human form … ” Ezekiel refers to a flying vehicle, powered by “celestial energy”, in motion that emitted sounds: a modern technology misinterpreted in the past?
If we read Ezekiel’s book carefully, we will notice that the “landing” described by the prophet, of the fire chariot, is very similar to that of a spaceship: windstorm, flashes of light, must have been an amazing sight for a man who lived two thousand years ago.
It is also described the composition of the cart that descended from the sky as if it were made of incandescent metal. “Everyone had four faces and four wings … Their legs were straight and the soles of their feet had faces and wings … their wings touched each other. They did not turn around as they moved; each went straight … The shape of their faces was that of a man, and each of the four had the face of a lion on the right side, the face of an ox on the left side and also the face of an eagle … Such were their faces. Their wings were scattered upward; each had two wings that touched the wings of the creature on both sides and two wings that covered his body … Each creature went straight. Wherever the spirit went, they went, without turning as they moved … Among the living creatures there was the appearance of burning hot coals or torches. The fire moved back and forth between the living creatures; it was bright, and a flash of lightning flashed out … The creatures darted back and forth like flashes of light … Moreover, in Ezekiel’s book we find a crystalline description of the mysterious and powerful flying device: When I looked at the living creatures, I saw a wheel on the ground next to each creature with its four faces. The processing of the wheels resembled the glow of beryl, and all four had the same resemblance. Their processing seemed like a wheel inside a wheel. As they moved, they went in one of the four directions, without turning. Their edges were high and wonderful, and all four circles were full of eyes all around. As the living creatures moved, the wheels moved beside them, and when the creatures rose from the ground, the wheels also rose. Wherever the spirit went, they went and the wheels rose at their side, for the spirit of living beings was in the wheels. When the creatures moved, the wheels moved; when the creatures stopped, the wheels remained motionless; and when the creatures rose from the Earth, the wheels rose at their sides, for the spirit of living beings was in the wheels.
Spread over the heads of the living creatures was the shape on an impressive expanse, sparkling like the crystal.
In short, the prophet describes in his book something fascinating that descends from the sky, never seen before that made the earth tremble. Something shining and very powerful. In the 1970s, a NASA scientist, Joseph Blumrich, decided to categorically deny this “testimony” of the prophet.
Blumrich was a top-notch scientist at NASA who worked on the moon project, and was a missile engineer. The scientist, despite his initial skepticism and months of study and research, concluded that what Ezekiel described in his report was really a type of spacecraft. This conclusion led Blumrich to write a book called The Spaceships of Ezekiel. In my opinion, there is no need to plumb the Bible text so thoroughly, especially when it comes to a vision. It is obvious, in fact, that the luminous phenomenon – here as elsewhere – has been described thanks to images that were familiar to the seer and that he shared with the people of his time: a four-wheeled cart similar to the one used to transport the ark and of winged cherubs. However, through these images it is perhaps possible to understand something more than Ezekiel’s vision, without distinguishing between the original version and subsequent developments. It all starts with the sight of a vast formation of dark clouds from which both the sides and the center glow.
From this background appear four winged beings with an almost human form, above which there is a transparent platform on which rests a celestial throne. These beings can move in the four directions of the cardinal points and emit a brightness similar to torches that cross the surface. They have offshoots that allow them to touch the ground (hooves) and perform various operations (arms). It seems that the whole structure – platform, throne, beings – moves thanks to an ingenious system based on four wheels, made up of two re-entrant wheels, the outermost of which was provided with a sort of studs that however possessed a mysterious visual ability (the eyes). These wheels moved thanks to the wind or dynamism (spirit) that came from the four beings. Above the platform there was something like a topaz-colored throne (blue?) On which sits a luminous being surrounded by a kind of luminous rainbow.
First of all, Ezekiel says he received “divine visions” after the “heavens had opened”. The latter is an expression that often occurs in the Bible (see Matthew 3:16, Acts 7,56, Revelation 19,11). Many, rightly, place it in relation to the vision of a celestial seen that usually follows. I would add, however, that in order to properly understand this sentence, we must link it with the aforementioned “between earth and heaven” .
With this it was probably intended to indicate an intermediate zone between the world of man and that of God, an area in which it is possible to receive the divine visions that allow us to deeply understand the mystery of history.
By integrating the two expressions we can perhaps say that the vision of Ezekiel is to be located between the human and the divine world that opened up. Thus Ezekiel received in the middle of the revelations, in this case that of the mysterious chariot. If we try to approach it to other similar scenes, as for example the vision of the fire tanks that were around Elisha and his disciple and even before the chariot of fire that is linked to the kidnapping of Elijah, it is as if the biblical author there now let us see in detail what four hundred years ago had simply been sketched. This flowering of images is partly due to the current of thought of which Ezekiel is the first exponent in the Bible. In fact, in the period in which the prophet lived he developed a very particular way of expressing himself, which experts call apocalyptic, born from the idea that God guides the events of history and reveals the mystery through visions, encrypted messages, symbols. A thought and a language that will particularly characterize the books of the prophet Daniel and the Apocalypse. However, if we had to outline the apocalyptic vision of Ezekiel, we would obtain a horizontal line (the platform) surmounted by a semicircle (the luminous rainbow), below which there are four circular self-propelled wheels. One would think of the most classical form with which UFOs would appear to those who claim to have spotted them.
This insistence on the ufological phenomenon in the Bible may seem at least bizarre, but it could be a key to verify if similar phenomena represent one of the modes of communication between God and man. The fact is that, again, Ezekiel receives this vision in a place where it seems that normal sensory perception is suspended. This contrasts again, then, with the “classic” sightings of UFO, appeared instead to normal people, certainly not during an ecstasy.
Yet it does not mean that there are no extra-terrestrial life forms. On the contrary, the Bible clearly attests the existence of other worlds that – for those who want to accept it – would be created, like ours, by God.
It is absolutely not to be excluded, at least in principle, that in the future these worlds can communicate with ours, in some mysterious way. But the element that interests us here is rather represented by the fact that God can establish contact with us in various ways, always using the cognitive abilities and the baggage of images of those who have the vision. Today, probably, we would perceive very differently – perhaps even more precisely – the luminous phenomenon that saw Moses on the Sinai, or the fire chariots of Elijah and Elisha. In the same way, those who witness the Marian apparitions perceive the woman who is revealed to him, as she is able to see her. The problem always remains the border between what really shows itself and what is instead projection of man. But how could we imagine this mysterious border? As we have mentioned, in Ezekiel’s vision we speak of a “crystalline and transparent platform”, above which stands a “sapphire throne” on which a “luminous being” is seated. This platform is called firmament, a Hebrew word – raqi’a – which corresponds to what God created to separate what is above from what is underneath. The allusive language of Genesis would do nothing but represent in a very elusive way the scene that Ezekiel describes.
The prophet says the platform was “shining crystal”. For some, the barrier could be compared to a slab of ice: in short, something transparent and yet beautiful and resplendent. A boundary that allows us to see and not see and that is placed between what is human perception and what is the world of God. Ezekiel once again describes its luminosity, united this time with the rainbow’s color range. It is perhaps no coincidence that it is precisely the colors that represent the full range of sunlight. If then some want to make the details of the vision coincide with the physiognomy of an alien spaceship it is another matter! That barrier is in fact also a mirror where, in addition to seeing, man reflects himself expressing in a terribly human way what is not human.
Book of Ezekiel, the decisive proof of an ancient alien presence. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.
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