It’s safe to say that the most famous 3000-year-old spaceship-looking item that proves the ancient aliens’ existence on Earth is the 1973 discovery in Turkey of a spaceship-looking artefact. Zecharia Sitchin found the object.
Rather of being an old-fashioned stone statue, his stone likeness is a futuristic take on a contemporary rocket powered by scientists and a human in a spacesuit. Evidence that extraterrestrials may have visited Earth in the past may finally have been found with this new discovery.
According to Sitchin, copper from Mesopotamia or Cyprus was recently unearthed near Van Lake in Tushpa, modern-day Toprakkale. In the ninth century BC, Tushpa was the capital of Urartu. On the Armenian highlands around Van Lake, the Urartian kingdom was established. In Assyrian literature, Urartu makes its first appearance as a written name.
There were various reasons why Urartuans, who spoke an unidentified language related to Hurric, chose Assyrian cuneiform as their writing system. Incredibly, some scientists believe the stone relic is more than 3,000 years old. It is kept at Istanbul’s Archaeology Museum, which is closed to the public.
Sitchin claims that the rock item is a carved scale model of a spaceship, according to his book “The Earth Chronicles Expeditions.” 24cm in length, 9cm in height, and 8cm in width. In addition, he said that the monster’s rear will be equipped with a big exhaust engine flanked by four smaller exhaust engines. The head of the pilot of the rocket spacecraft was nowhere to be found.
In the spaceship-like rock sculpture, the existence of a pilot’s cabin shows that Earth had previously been visited by astronauts. He is reportedly seated in the capsule with his legs crossed, according to the latest reports. A skin-tight pressure suit has entrapped him.
The ancients were masters of space exploration. You’ve undoubtedly heard of the old nuclear war theory of flying machines from a long time ago. That our ancestors could travel through space and learn more about the cosmos than we do is widely accepted. Kazim Finjan, the Iraqi Transport Minister at the time, made an astonishing remark in the Dhi Qar newspaper in 2016. Claimed Sumerians had a spaceport and ventured outside the solar system.
A three-stage space rocket is depicted in a Sibiu manuscript that was unearthed in 1961, detailing the fundamentals of rocketry. Instructions for making liquid rocket fuel from fuel mixes are also included. Conrad Haas is listed as the author of the book, but many feel it was based on earlier works.
Ancient Mesoamerican gods were puzzled for decades about their aircraft’s power source, but fresh archaeological evidence has put light on the topic. Liquid mercury was discovered near the Teotihuacan Pyramid in Mexico in 2015.