They said that it was a energy transferrer from one plan to another to the places where angels dwell. A man out of Israel makes them and says that they remove negative energies. I don't have all of the information about it if you don't know about I will have to come back later and place a link here.
"Wheel in the middle of the wheel" . An enough welth comment with biblical references at:
Before many years, reading and re-re-readind the Ezekiel chapter from Bible, I also waspuzzled by this wheel inside the wheel, the more so as the espression suggested me a bearing, id est the ball bearing . See this:
AHA!!! It is about Mechanics. Well !. And there and why is used the bearing? - When need to diminish the coeficient of friction. Then THIS IS AMECHANISM, A VEHICLE -What vehicle which come down from sky? - An OZN ??? - Yes!. Why not? And why reducing the friction if it flys on air? - Because the OZN come from a pfysical platform and in the moment of taking-off it need a very-very great energy to defeat gravitation of the starting planetand it need to spare the energy for realizing the antigravitational force.
Well. But what are the movements on four direction, without turn the body to the movement direction? There is a relatively simply solution:the cross shaft or cardan joint , or cardan shaft. They are commonly used on terestrial vehicles (in any car). See this at:
A very common example is a table with four wheels, which can be muved on any direction without spin it.
The biblical vehicledescribed by Ezekiel have nothing to do with Merkaba. Merkaba is not a physycalvehicle, it is an absolutely subtle, energetical configuration manifested by a human for him self and need an enough high level spirituality. See about:
I hope this will useful for you.
HAPPY NEW YEAR anybody
answered 01 Jan '11, 01:43
Hi flowingwater ... "energy transfer from one plan to another to the places where angels dwell", yes the merkaba is certainly all of that and more ... the wheel within the wheel within the wheel within the cosmic wheel
answered 02 Jun '13, 02:30