Ryan Graves’ “Dogfighting” Reports Remind Me Of The Mahabharata.

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For the unfamiliar, The Mahabharata is an ancient Sanskrit text that reads like an epic poem and it details a war as old as human history playing out on our planet between hundreds (thousands?) of gods who use ships to do battle in the sky. It’s one of the origins for the Vimana concept. One very accessible version is Grant Morrison’s graphic novel “18 Days”, which is a pretty comprehensive summary of the story.

I am also reminded of the 1561 Nuremberg wood carving featuring a lengthy battle between orbs, crosses, and a giant horizontal craft…a battle which resulted in a smoking craft in the lower right corner of the image.

Battles between craft might go a long way toward explaining why these advanced craft end up crashing sometimes.

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