Egyptian shares detail the scene of UFOs appearing

The ancient Egyptian Tulli pamphlet had the earliest records of the appearance of unidentified flying objects (UFOs).

The ancient Egyptian Tulli pamphlet had the earliest records of the appearance of unidentified flying objects (UFOs).

Egypt is an ancient civilization with rich culture and many unique architectural works such as pyramids, according to Ancient Origins. But a strange little-known story is the Tulli papyrus, which describes in detail the appearance of an unidentified flying object (UFO), which occurred during the reign of Pharaoh Thutmosis. III in 1480 BC.

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Copy of Tulli sedge paper book with hieroglyphs.(Photo: Ancient Origins).

In 1933, Alberto Tulli, director of the Egyptian section of the Vatican Museum, discovered the unique papyrus roll in an antique store in Cairo, Egypt. However, the book was too expensive, so Tulli decided to just copy it in hieroglyphs. For many people studying UFOs, this is an undeniable proof of the existence of aliens.

Tulli papyrus was severely damaged and ragged, but Prince Boris de Rachewiltz, an Italian Egyptologist, translated it and declared the book a part of the historical records of the Thutmosis III, even though The book's content does not mention this Pharaoh's name.

Prince Boris de Rachewiltz's translation has the following paragraph: "In the 22nd year of the winter, the sixth hour of the day, one of the writers of the chronicle The House of Life finds a fire It is strange that it is coming from the sky, it has no head, is about 5 meters long and wide, the breath from the mouth emits an unpleasant odor, it has no voice and comes to the King's house.

After a few days passed, they appeared in the sky more than ever. They shine more than sunlight, and extend to all four sides. Soldiers and the king watched. After dinner, the plates floated high in the southern sky. Fish and many other things poured out of the sky, a strange thing that has never happened since the founding of the country.

The king commanded to give incense to soothe the heart of Amun-Re, the god of the two lands (upper and lower Egypt), and ordered that this event be recorded in the chronicle of the House of Life forever. forever ".