The fragment found in Turkey in 1973 is undoubtedly the most famous 3000-year-old spaceship-looking item, which proves the ancient aliens’ presence on Earth. Zecharia Sitchin found the article.
This cold grey stone look-alike is a contemporary re-imagining of a modern-day rocket with engines powered by scientists and a guy wearing a spacesuit. It may be the last evidence for ancient astronaut theories that extraterrestrials visited Earth in the past.
According to Sitchin, a recent discovery at Tushpa, modern-day Toprakkale, near Van Lake, revealed traces of copper that might have come from Mesopotamia or Cyprus. Tushpa was the capital of Urartu in the 9th century BC. The Urartian kingdom was situated near Van Lake in the Armenian Highlands. The first written reference of Urartu is in Assyrian literature.
An unknown language related to Hurrian, Urartu’s inhabitants, adopted the Assyrian cuneiform writing for their reasons. The remarkable stone relic is believed to be about 3,000 years old, but other experts think it may be older. Not on public exhibit, it is kept at the Istanbul Archaeology Museum in Turkey.
According to Sitchin’s book “The Earth Chronicles Expeditions,” the rock item is a carved scale replica of a spacecraft. 24cm long, 9cm high, 8cm broad. He also described a big exhaust engine flanked by four tiny exhaust engines at the thing’s rear. The pilot’s head was gone from the rocket ship.
The fact that the spaceship-like rock sculpture includes a pilot’s compartment indicates that prehistoric astronauts visited Earth. The pilot is said to be seated in the capsule with his legs crossed. A skin-tight pressure suit entirely covers him.
The ancients’ rocketry knowledge was terrific. You may have heard of the ancient nuclear war theory or ancient flying vehicles. It is claimed that our forefathers could travel in space and knew more about the cosmos than we do. Then-Iraqi Transport Minister Kazim Finjan made a shocking remark in Dhi Qar in 2016. He said the Sumerians had their spaceport and went outside the solar system.
The Sibiu document, found in 1961, thoroughly explains the fundamentals of rocketry and includes illustrations of a three-stage space rocket. The paper also contains directions for making liquid rocket fuel from fuel mixes. Though the book is attributed to Conrad Haas, many think it was created from much older materials.
Scholars have been puzzled for decades about how the gods in Ancient Mesoamerica fueled their spacecraft, but recent archaeological evidence sheds light on the subject. In 2015, a significant amount of liquid mercury was found at the base of the Mexican pyramid in Teotihuacan.