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Flying Vehicles
Advanced Technology in the Bible

          This section of the work deals with the physical and flight characteristics of the flying vehicles in the Bible. It is important to understand that, since many of these descriptions occur in a place called “heaven”, learning what the word means is crucial to proper understanding of the verses, in which, it appears. In the obscure language the translators used, heaven meant the sky.  The word “sky” or “skies” only appears a dozen times in the entire Bible, although most of the events occur outside.  The words “fly” and “flying” occurs 38 times; the word flight is not included as it meant “to flee” in every instance. This reveals examples of “godly” flight but, though these flights are described, in some instances, as being in the sky, they also flew in “heaven”.  The word “heaven” or “heavens” is translated from Hebrew and Greek words that mean “the sky”, or directly related to the sky, in 99.7%, or all but 2, of the 730 times it appears, in both the Old and New Testaments.  The vehicles described in the Bible are flying in the sky.  The research on this concept can be found here. Heaven Is The Sky
 This concept can easily be divided into four logical categories:

Two Important Verses
Verses describing the need for these vehicles and a likely description
of a vast number and variety of the vessels in the fleet.

The Vehicles 

What Are They Flying?

          The Lord Yhovah of the Old Testament, who became the Lord Jesus of the New Testament, is described as flying in thick clouds, swift clouds, bright clouds, dark clouds, white clouds, low clouds, great clouds, and fiery clouds.  There are  platforms, vessels, whirling chariots of fire, sky thrones, fiery horses, cherubims, thick darkness, great fire, whirlwinds, fiery wheels, pavilions, dark waters, storms, sky dwellings, rolls, and sanctuaries. Whether, or not, one believes these objects are actually flying vehicles that the God of the Bible lives in, appears with, travels in, and is considered the seat of his power is a matter of opinion. The fact that they do not appear without him or his ambassadors, and that, in most major appearances, he and other beings are clearly described as directly associated with these flying objects, is undeniable.

There are 
362 verses describing natural and manmade
objects as vehicles in the Bible