The Spaceships of Ezekiel
Are there Flying Saucers in the Bible?


The Situation- Part D


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Chapter 1

Who was Ezekiel?

(Part D)
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    It is obviously impossible to overcome and to resolve this mountain of problems all at once. Therefore it appears to me that it would be far more appropriate to follow in this area a course regarded as self-evident in all other fields: to divide the total complex problem into smaller problems and questions.  [p.6] 

    Ezekiel points the way in this direction. He has described the presence of spacecraft so accurately that we can confirm the authenticity of his depiction by figures and with our knowledge of technology. Thanks to his key document we can begin to find confirming traces of evidence from other sources too. We should therefore amend the position as outlined above and say: "They were here, so they must have come here."

    The changed psychological background reflected in this new formulation cannot fail to have an impact on the attitude toward the question "Where from and how?"

    With regard to my own work I want to say that I have carried it out from the viewpoint of an engineer, out of technical curiosity, so to speak. My interest was primarily focused on those parts of the Book of Ezekiel that contain statements describing shapes and procedures relevant to my professional area of activity. These parts, incidentally, are almost without any exception clearly distinct from the prophetic content. Some nontechnical conclusions were drawn from considerations embracing the overall contents, on the basis of the technical materials available.

    The considerable reservations with which I began this study yielded to a very positive attitude as a consequence of the truly enormous prospects that became apparent when the application of well-established technical formulas and principles produced plausible results. The investigation included necessarily the consideration of possible improvements and developments insofar as they can be assessed today. Therefore, the conclusions give us not only the answer to the question "Is such a vehicle possible?" but also to its corollary: "How much higher developed was that historic technology than our own today?"

    I would not have written this book had the answers I found seemed implausible or fantastic.  [p.7] 


       Who was Ezekiel?