The enigmatic 3,000-year-old vignette from the Djedkhonsuiefankh funerary papyrus found on display in the Cairo Museum illustrates an uncanny scene: a disc-shaped object, depicted as being extremely bright, with a landing gear deployed on top of a Sphinx.
Could this really be an alien UFO?
Alien hunters believe this is the ultimate evidence there is a deep connection between Ancient Egypt and otherworldly beings.
The object seen on top of the Sphinx is unlike any other “boat“ seen in ancient Egyptian mythology.
In fact, it’s unlike anything previously seen in their iconography or symbolism.
The God Ra of the ancient Egyptians is said to have sailed down from the stars and landed in Egypt, founding a powerful civilization. This is all very well but was it some misconstrued myth or could there be some grain of truth to this obsession.
A 3000 year-old vignette from the Djedkhonsuiefankh funerary papyrus on display in the Cairo Museum shows exactly how Ra’s ship appeared to the earliest scribes who created the papyrus. It looks nothing like the traditional boat seen in other later depictions and it looks exactly like something important the ancient Egyptians passionately describe in their texts.
A disc that flies and radiates bright light!
Wayne Herschel South African author of a book titled The Hidden Records which offers a completely new hypothesis explaining the star god veneration of ancient civilizations insists this depiction is the secret behind the iconic winged disc of Egypt. He supports many other controversial authors who have suggested that the strange winged disc of Egypt really is an ancient UFO. But believes this is the missing piece of the puzzle that proves it. He says the anomaly on the papyrus is clearly celebrating exactly what it is, a flying disc that shines like the sun and comes from the stars.
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Wayne Herschel suggests there is a lot more evidence to reason here. It is not only a flying disc arriving from the stars, but the papyrus also shows the constellation that is closest to the specific star of Ra with other forgotten symbols. There is a lot more here. He says another very important issue here in the scenario portrayed in the vignette is where the disc landed.
It is shown positioned on what can only be the Sphinx of Egypt with what he insists is its full undeniable pictographic title. It also suggests the place of the legendary Hall of records!
It shouts out convincingly in context with everything else here that its a real ship from the heavens in typical UFO style landing on the famous Sphinx monument and its on a recorded on an ancient Egyptian papyrus!
“It is a disc with a dome radiating coloured bright light… and it is poised on three legs like a tripod. No wonder the back of the Sphinx was flat . Wayne Herschel claims there is also a tomb that clearly depicts the Sphinx with a lion’s head, something completely missed by historians and authors alike. There are remnants of what appears to be the remains of an arched door that is now filled in from many repairs over thousands of years and its visible at the back of the Sphinx’s head!”
Deciphering the true meaning of this papyrus has been the subject of debate among scholars for years. It is still explained away as a cult like strange belief system and is still a mystery. Firstly, ancient Egypt has at least five different interpretations of the genesis pictoglyphs to start with, so even the ancients had forgotten most of its meaning.
Wayne Herschel’s book The Hidden Records, which challenges the fundamentals in archaeoastronomy like never before, previously identified a stellar pattern that is reproduced in the founding monuments of just about every Megalithic ancient civilization. Since the book, with the theory that the star of the “gods” is identified in a precise position near a cluster of stars called the Pleiades, he sets out to prove another 16 or so civilisations across the globe showed exactly the same records.
“Virtually all ancient civilisations obsessed in star gods with their beginnings. Many went on to build massive monuments to mark the stars positions on the ground and virtually all choosing the same ‘x’ that marks the spot as their ultimate monument within the specific star pattern”
Astronomers have desisted from commenting after realising the patterns speak for themselves. But what is even more daunting for scholars is that if these patterns so meticulously laid out by the ancients on the ground are indeed venerating a very specific area in the night sky. Wayne believes in his conclusion it presents a very powerful case for our human ancestors having originating from the stars.
“The 3000 year old papyrus has everything I was looking for… the cosmic address of the ultimate Sun God “Ra”, what his celestial ship looked like, and where it landed… all this in a well known Genesis portrayal of the beginnings of ancient Egypt.”
“The papyrus has the typical Egyptian portrayal of the sacred feminine (already popularised by Dan Brown) and the seeding of the sky goddess Nut by Geb. I have produced animations and detailed artefacts and murals that tell the story in a simple way. But be warned, the ancient Egyptians were very sexually explicit in their portrayal of the human genesis. But history is history and the meaning of this papyrus challenges everything in Egyptology from ground zero.
The ancients certainly did not lie about their star gods.
These gods appear to be very real, not just to the Egyptians but all ancient civilizations. It explains why so many venerated the cosmic bull, it was Taurus. Infinitely more important, Wayne Herschel challenges Egyptologists …
They worshipped a SUN…
BUT it was not OUR sun at all!