This is probably the hardest ancient astronaut artefact, to be explained away by archaeologists and scientists.
The “Toprakkale Space Shuttle” was believed to be a sculpture from the kingdom of Urartu. After the Ministry of Arts and Culture Memorial and Museums Department conducted chemical and petrographical analyses, revealing the true age of the ‘artifact,’ many have started questioning how the object made its way to the museum in the first place.
Here’s a quick quote from Howandwhy’s:
A 3000-year-old spaceship-looking artifact is one of the most famous artifacts that supposedly prove the fact of the arrival of ancient aliens on Earth. Zecharia Sitchin was the first person that drew attention to it, having discovered the artifact in Turkey in 1973.
This mysterious stone artifact incredibly resembles a rocket with modern engines, in which a man is shown sitting in a spacesuit. It could be the ultimate proof for the ancient astronaut theorists that the otherworldly beings visited Earth in the distant past.
According to Sitchin, the artifact was found in a town called Tushpa, modern-day Toprakkale not far from Van Lake.
There’s really not a lot known about this straight up mystery and it’s not going away anytime soon so we may as well investigate this spaceship looking artefact and we all should (international community) get to the bottom of what this really is with all the leading technology and the leading scientists in their own respective areas. This needs to be proved and if you agree with me, please share your thought’s with all of us right here in the comments.
Almost all of the information surrounding the artifact was written as follows:“It is confirmed that the spaceship that is now in the Istanbul Archeological Museum was found in an archeological dig made in 1975 in the old city of Tuspa that is also known as Toprakkale. It is in the northeast of the Van lake where the Urartu Kingdom spread between 830-612 BC.”
When a three-thousand-year-old Space Module was discovered in storage at Archaeological Museum of Istanbul, it quickly gained attention. The ‘ancient’ space module has five engines and is 23 centimeters long. Now, the General Director of the Museum, Alpay Pasinli, Ph.D., has come forward to say the artifact is 25 years old, tops.
There’s really no way of knowing what happened in times of the past where nothing was recorded or nobody was taking notes. The further we go back in ancient times, “the more” we don’t know. Mankind is relatively a young species. We’re definitely not sharing the real truth that there is of our ancient origins, with each other! And, on the many artefacts to come from museums, these are deliberately hidden away from us. It’s all because there’s a preferred history and the real history is wrongfully kept away from everyone and used in favour of the enlightened ones, so-to-speak.
Here’s a fascinating YouTube video uploaded by Dark5 showing 5 different ancient Alien spaceships which are all said to be discovered by people on archeological digs: