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Traditionally, the study of Vedic knowledge is organized according to a precise order,
starting with the most authoritative classical texts,
defined as the prasthana traya: Bhagavad gita, Upanishad and Vedanta sutra.
This fundamental study is also supported by other extremely important texts, such as the Puranas,
compiled by Vyasadeva himself for the purpose of facilitating the understanding of the prasthana traya.
We have no objections against the idea that some ancient civilizations, and particularly Vedic India,
had some form of advanced technology, or contacts
with non-human species or species from other worlds.
In fact there are numerous genuine texts from the Indian tradition that contain data on this subject:
the problem is that such texts are often incorrectly or inaccurately quoted by some authors to support theories
that are opposite to the teachings explicitly presented
in those same original texts.
This book is meant to correct such misconceptions,
and to present the perspective that we could call "orthodox",
in the sense that it strictly respects the correctness of the original Hindu texts (from the Greek orthos, "correct").