The ancient Egyptians left behind many records and images in temples. Of particular value are the papyrus, telling about past events. In this regard, papyrus Tully for ufologists is considered a real treasure, as it can tell about the observation of a UFO.
In 1933, Alberto Tulli, director of the Egyptian branch of the Vatican Museum, walked around the local market in Cairo. In one of the antique shops he found an unusual papyrus with hieroglyphs. Tully realized that he came across an ancient relic. However, the shopkeeper demanded too much price, so Tulli could not buy papyrus. But he was allowed to make a copy (perhaps this service was also paid).
For the translation, Tully turned to Boris Racheviltz, who wrote several books about the life and art of the Egyptians. It turned out that we are in front of a truly valuable relic, since it was created during the reign of Pharaoh Thutmosis III. That is, the document itself dates from around 1480 BC. er
Example of hieratic writing. This is an excerpt from the “Instructions of Amenemhat”, dynasty XVIII, the reign of Amenhotep I (1514-1493 BC.) But more surprised translation, which described an unusual atmospheric phenomenon. However, ufology considered in this hint at the observation of UFOs and aliens. It was written in the text that in the “22nd year” a huge fireball appeared in the sky that did not make any sounds. He pulled out at a length of 46 m and flew past the palace. The scribes immediately told all to Pharaoh, and he ordered to watch the ball.
A few days later the sky was filled with balloons. And the author writes that in terms of brightness, they were superior to sunlight. Objects moved completely quietly, but freely in all directions. Then they retired to the south side, and "fish and birds began to fall from the sky."
Copy of papyrus Tully using hieroglyphs
When they learned about this story, many thought that the papyrus describes only a meteorological phenomenon. But the bottom line is that the ancient Egyptians fixed the lunar phases, the movement of stars, spans of comets and meteorites. Ufologists are convinced that they could distinguish a cosmic phenomenon from an alien invasion.
Prince Boris Rachevilts - one of the translators of the papyrus Tully.
However, to argue in this matter is pointless. It would be more logical to verify the authenticity of the papyrus itself. But the problem is that scientists could only look at the copies of the copy, and not the original itself. If you evaluate the translation, it is accurate. However, the antique shop with the original was not found, and after the death of Tully, a copy of the document was also lost. Since he worked in the Vatican Museum, then suspicions arose that the copy was simply destroyed or hidden to hide information about the arrival of newcomers. The Vatican is said to have nothing. However, it’s hard to believe here, as they do not let outsiders into their secret archives and prefer to keep priceless ancient manuscripts away from human eyes.
Astronomical images on the tomb of architect Senmut
If this is a fake, then it should have been a professional. Some believe that this is the work of the translator. However, Rachevilts was considered a respected scientist who was foolish to risk his own name for a second and very doubtful glory.
It turns out that on hand there is no copy and original. There are only guesses, rumors and suspicions. If such a document really existed / exists, then it describes one of the earliest examples of UFO sightings, or some unusual cosmic phenomenon that may also be of interest to scientists.