Most of us have heard of “The Real Cannon” and “The Stone of Palermo,” but only a few are aware of the existence of “The Papyrus of Tulli,” an ancient Egyptian text. Many people believe that this papyrus is a modern translation and transcription of an ancient Egyptian book that proves the reality of UFOs. The “Papyrus of Tulli” is claimed to be the earliest Egyptian literature bearing evidence of extraterrestrial visitors to our planet. This essay goes into great depth on the massive UFO sightings that happened under Thutmosis III’s reign.
This papyrus belonged to Professor Alberto Tulli, the Egyptian Museum’s former director. According to legend, the papyrus is the earliest record of massive UFO encounters in Ancient Egypt. The most remarkable part is the “fire-circles” that soared over Egypt’s sky on two occasions. This big UFO sighting happened in 1480 BC, during the reign of Pharaoh Thutmosis III, according to the text.
Following are eight fascinating facts regarding the Tulli Papyrus of Egypt:
1) The ‘Tulli Papyrus’ is a mysterious text that some describe as the first recorded account of a mass UFO sighting.
2) The said Egyptian text records an event which occurred during the 18th dynasty, around 1480 BC.
3) The papyrus was lost for centuries. However, the director of the Egyptian Section of the Vatican museum named Alberto Tulli allegedly discovered this papyrus in an antique shop in the 1930s.
4) Alberto Tulli and his papyrus became a massive hit within UFO-related legends. Many Ufologists use it as an indisputable source of alien existence.
5) The Tulli Papyrus is considered to be one of the earliest known accounts of a fleet of flying saucers.
6) The said papyrus was severely damaged and contained various gaps when it was discovered. Prince Boris de Rachewiltz reported that the papyrus was part of the Annals of Thutmose III.
7) This UFO sighting took place in 1480 BC and was observed by multiple people of ancient Egypt. Ancient Egyptians were extremely advanced in astronomy and had sufficient knowledge about strange beings.
8) The papyrus describes the story of ‘a circle of fire’ that had settled in ancient Egypt during the reign of Egyptian pharaoh Thutmose III.
Here’s a video with the entire native translation of The Papyrus of Tulli