The Spaceships of Ezekiel. Wide-ranging examination of NASA engineer Josef F. Blumrich’s claims that Bible prophet Ezekiel flew in a spaceship with ancient. by Josef F. Blumrich. from EarthPortals Website. Background. A native of Steyr, Austria, engineer Blumrich is the holder of patents on numerous inventions. Austrian Author Blumrich was until recently the chief of the Systems Layout Branch at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. In earlier years he.
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Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. Blumrich March 17, – February 10, on a spaceship that was supposedly observed by the prophet Ezekiel, written while the author was chief of NASA’s systems layout branch of the program development office at the Marshall Space Flight Center.
A thorough examination, though, convinced him that Ezekiel had, in fact, seen a spacecraft, and occasioned him to fabricate detailed drawings of the latter. He stated the technology of the creators of the craft must have been a little bit higher developed than that of mankind of the present, and that he had seldom felt as delighted, satisfied, and fascinated by a full defeat. In The Spaceships of Ezekiel Blumrich asserts that Ezekiel’s account in the Bible was not a description of a meeting with God in a prophetic vision, but one of several encounters with ancient astronauts in a shuttlecraft from another planet.
Blumrich analyzes six different translations of the Bible in conjunction with his experience in ezekisl and presents one possible version of Ezekiel’s visions of how God — described as riding in an elaborate vehicle capable to see, attended by angels — supposedly showed him the future and gave him various messages to deliver.
In the appendices to the book he presents technical specifications of the hypothesized spacecraft.
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