Tulli papyrus is believed to be an evidence of ancient flying saucers in the distant past and, for some reasons, historians have questioned its authenticity and meaning. Like many other old texts, this old document tells an incredible story, one that could change the way we look at our past, our future and our present.
This old document, which is not actually a papyrus, is believed to offer the first flying saucers encounter on the planet. Tulli’s papyrus is a translation form of a modern transcript of an ancient Egyptian document.
According to this ancient text, it was around 1480 BC when this massive UFO sighting occurred, and the Pharaoh who ruled Egypt at that time was Thutmosis III. It was recorded in history as a day of great importance, a day when something inexplicable happened.
Here is the translation of the text according to anthropologist R. Cedric Leonard:
Some portions of the papyrus are erased or barely interpreted, but the majority of the text is accurate enough to let us understand what had happened during that mystical day. The rest of the text as it follows:
This incredible and historic event was described as silent, but with incredible views of mysterious highly reflective flying records, shining like the sun. According to this ancient text, the departure of otherworldly visitors was marked by a mysterious event as fish rained from the sky.
Although this ancient text does not mention whether the ancient Egyptians actually made contact with the visitors from another world, however, it is a very important day in history, both for humanity and for the ancient Egyptian civilization.
It’s important to mention that it’s highly unlikely that ancient Egyptians misinterpreted these “fiery discs” with some sort of astronomical or meteorological phenomenon. The ancient Egyptians were experienced and briliant astronomers, and by 1500 BC they had expertise in this field, which means they would have described an astronomical phenomenon in a very different way. Also, in this ancient document, the “fiery discs” are described as they changed direction in the skies, so we know these objects did not fall, but stayed in the Egyptian sky.
Disappeared without a trace!
To understand this ancient history and its history, the old text would have to be studied, unfortunately, today, the original papyrus is gone. Researcher Samuel Rosenberg requested the Vatican Museum the opportunity to examine this beautiful document to what he got the following response:
“The Papyrus Tulli is not the property of the Vatican Museum. Now it is dispersed and no more traceable.”
Is it possible for Papyrus Tulli to be fact in the archives of the Vatican Museum? Hidden from people? If so, why? Is it possible that this is one of the best recorded ancient UFO sightings in history? And if so, is it possible that these otherworldly visitors have influenced the ancient Egyptian civilization as ancient astronaut theorists believe?