Wednesday, 19 March 2014

CLUES FROM ANCIENT INCAN PANELS - SRI GANESHA AND HIS VEHICLE, THE 'MUSHAKA'

If Sri Rama had the Pushpaka Vimana, did Sri Ganesha also own a flying vehicle? Traditionally it is believed that his vehicle , mushaka (मूषक) was a  mouse. Clues from ancient Incan (Latin American) panels:


On an ancient Incan panel you find a central figure,considerably larger than the other two figures, seated on a 'mushaka' or mouse. Is that Sri Ganesha? He was known as 'Mahakaya' (महाकाय) on account his being 'large bodied'. And his vehicle was a 'mouse.


The true potential of Sri Ganesha's vehicle
'the mouse'? From an ancient
South American panel.
A sketch of the coloured panel above where
the 'human entity' is seen operating the vehicle.



Flying Mouse (मूषक)?
Personal flying machines

As an aside, etymological dictionaries state that the word 'mouse' originates from PIE 'mus'. PIE is an engineered language. Most likely the source of 'mouse' is the Sanskrit 'mushaka' (मूषक) meaning 'mouse'.


Seen here are ancient artifacts from South America.
Was Sri Ganesha's 'trunk' really a 'breathing apparatus'.

Incan Astronaut Panel
Sri Ganesha with his flying machine?


Vimana shaped ancient flying machine?
in a Hindu Temple at Cambodia.

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