UFO Encounter Described in Egyptian Papyrus


From cave art to the Bible, ancient accounts and images of “flying boats” may be found all throughout the world.

Others were pointed or triangular, some were round or spherical, some were red and appeared like fire circles, while others were yellow and spat fire.

Most traditional scientists are suspicious of these accounts and depictions, seeing the early occupants of Earth as unsophisticated humans who reported observations of natural occurrences with extreme zeal or referring to these events as mass hysteria.

However, the ancient Egyptians are recognized for their excellent knowledge and methods, particularly their mastery of astronomy, which was much superior to that of any other culture during that time period.

The Tulli Papyrus, an ancient manuscript that tells about enormous flying vehicles spewing fire that roamed the Egyptian sky before disappearing into space, is an intriguing piece of evidence of ufo contacts in the past.

The document was discovered in an antique store in Cairo, Egypt, in 1933 by Alberto Tulli, Director of the Vatican Museum’s Egyptian Section, from whom the papyrus got its name.

Many experts dispute the validity and significance of this text, which would alter our existing understanding of history or, at the at least, add an amazing truth concerning supernatural beings or extraterrestrials.

The Tulli Papyrus incident was observed by Egyptian pharaoh Tutmés III, who lived during the 18th Dynasty, and he subsequently instructed his scribes to write about it so that he would be “remembered forever.”

Decoration of the tomb of Tunts III.

The bizarre episode occurred about 1480 BC, and it was observed by the whole Egyptian army, in addition to Pharaoh.

The following is the translation of the enigmatic papyrus:

"In the year 22, in the third month of winter, at the sixth hour of the day, the scribes of the House of Life observed a circle of fire emanating from heaven." He exhaled a horrible odor from his mouth. I was deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafening His physique was both long and broad. I was deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafening He approached His Majesty's residence. The writers' hearts grew confused as a result, and they threw themselves face down. As a result, they informed Pharaoh. His Majesty directed that the scrolls of the House of Life be examined and that he reflect on what was going on."

Some of the papyrus has been destroyed by time, and some have been misconstrued, but the majority of the writing is accurate enough for us to grasp what transpired on that wondrous day.

The following is the rest of the text:

"Now, after a few days, these things have grown in number in heaven." Its beauty surpassed that of the sun and stretched to the four corners of the sky. The point from where these rings of fire came and vanished was high and broad in the sky. Pharaoh's troops stood guard, His Majesty in the center. It was right after dinner. Then these fire rings ascended higher in the sky and proceeded south. Fish and birds plummeted from the sky. A marvel not seen since his homeland's inception. And Pharaoh brought incense to make peace with the earth, and it was commanded that what transpired be inscribed on the scrolls of the House of Life so that it would be remembered forever."

If this document is real, it reveals a highly crucial period in human history, when UFOs were witnessed by hundreds of individuals in ancient Egypt, including their king.

Despite the fact that the book makes no mention of a landing or physical touch with the weird flying object or creatures, it recounts a one-of-a-kind experience that strangely ended when fish and birds dropped from the sky as the things fled.

The ancient Egyptians most likely considered this as a heavenly marvel, a symbol of enormous significance as well as great power over life and death.

The Tulli Papyrus’ Unknown Fate

Copy of The Tulli Papyrus.

Unfortunately, the genuine Tulli Papyrus has been lost or purposely buried, leaving only replicas.

When scholar Samuel Rosenberg requested access to the original Vatican document, he was given the following response:

"The Vatican Museum does not hold Papyrus Tulli." It's now dispersed and untraceable."

Some of the most significant papers in human history are said to be housed in the Vatican. If such is the true, it is logical that they have opted not to release this vital papyrus.

Other attempts to research The Tulli Papyrus were unsuccessful. A request was also submitted to Dr. Walter Ramberg, a physicist working for the US embassy in Rome, who responded:

"Dr. Nolli, the current Director of the Vatican Museum's Egyptian Section, stated that Professor Tulli had bequeathed all of his goods to a brother who was a priest at the Lateran Palace." The renowned papyrus was most likely given to this priest."

Unfortunately, the priest also died, and his things were split among his heirs, who may have rejected the papyrus as of little worth, unaware of its historical significance.

It is improbable that the Vatican would let a document of such value slip through its fingers, but if it did, we can only expect someone to come into it at an antique store, like Alberto Tulli did.

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