The Temple of Abydos

The story of the unveiling of the Temple of Abydos and the objects out of context

These writings, dating back to three thousand years ago, were found in the temple of Seti I in Abydos, in 1989 in Egypt and depict a helicopter, a plane and a futuristic vehicle. They are inserted between the usual insects, symbols and snakes common in Egyptian writing and located at about 6 meters above the panel you see above. It was under another panel that fell ruinously to the ground and shows a series of rather strange hieroglyphics … I would say … unequivocal.

The writings have become known as “Helicopter Hieroglyphs” and many supporters of this theory claim that if the ancient Egyptians had designed these modern means of transport, they would have had to have seen them or observed images that represented them.

According to the conspiracy theorists, this “advanced race” alien would bring their advanced technologies from the future to Earth and be the architects of the pyramids of Giza, Stonehenge and other world-famous monuments that are still shrouded in mystery today.

The glyphs suggest, I guess also in your opinion, a series of aircraft and already this word placed at the time of the Egyptians sounds a little strange … What do you say? in fact they seem: a helicopter, a submarine, a mobile-plane, and another aircraft. Incredible, but true. How is such a thing possible, so long ago, it is credible that the Egyptians had seen and depicted these aircraft?

Could their life have been influenced by a higher civilization?

Did the Egyptians come into contact with UFOs and extraterrestrials? Did they perhaps know these vehicles because the aliens had shown them to them?
To you the doubt …

Cesare Valocchia

Cesare Valocchia was born in Rome in 1970. He is a telecommunications specialist with dedicated fibre optics and data transfer curses. He cultivates two main passions: volunteering in 118 ambulances and ufology. Instructor of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation maneuvers for adults and children, he collected his experiences as a volunteer on the means of the 118 national health emergency service in Rome in an ebook entitled “Non dirmi grazie” “Don’t tell me thank you” His motto is: Helping those who suffer is the best payment. He has devoted himself to ufology since the early 1990s, and has been running the website since 2011. He conducted the first analysis on the “dancing” Sun of Medjugorje, which linked the UFO phenomenon to the Marian phenomenon. In May 2017, the article was published in the official journal of the National UFO Center. Further analysis of the sighting of unknown flying objects during the “Sun dance” around the world can be found on his website. He has been a member of the National Ufologic Center since 2019.

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