THE “BIRD OF SAQQARAH”, THE AIRPLANE OF THE PHARAOHS, by Laurent Glauzy (french creationist author)


The Incan and North American pyramids, as well as the Ica stones, testify to civilisations possessing knowledge escaping our conventional mode of understanding. In 1898, a winged object was discovered in a tomb, near Saqqarah, an important necropolis in Memphis, capital of Egypt during the Ancient Empire, founded around 3000 B .C.
The object was labelled a “bird” and was placed among other similar artefacts in the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities in Cairo. Dated back to 200 B.C., era of the fabulous rapid expansion of Greek Macedonia science in Egypt, under the dynasty of the Ptolomys, the “Bird of Saqqarah” remained there for half a century without arousing any interest. In 1969, Dr. Khalil Messiha, physician, observed that the proportions of this “bird” were quite strange and examined it with greater care: the object, made of sycamore wood and in good condition, had no feet, and no plumage. The tail, like that
of an airplane, is vertical and perpendicular to the wings. It weighs thirty-nine grams and measures fourteen centimetres.

The head and nose exceed 3.2 centimetres, while the wings have a wingspan of 18 centimetres. Its contours are perfectly aerodynamic.

Dr. Khalil Messiha’s brother, an engineer in avionics, reproduced a model of it in balsa wood, on a scale 10 times greater in magnitude. Tested in a wind tunnel, the new prototype flew very well: its proportions were perfect. Dr Khalil Messiha noted on the object a small inscription in ancient Egyptian which read “Gift from Amon”, the “Lord
of the wind”. He stated that the bird is in fact a miniature model of a glider, 2,100 years old. It is, according to Dr. Khalil Messiha, the proof that the basic principles of aviation were known before their official discovery. The relationship between the effective dating of the “bird of Saqqarah” from 200 B.C., and the inscription which it bears, is not explicable in our present state of knowledge, while obvious traces of very ancient aeronautic technology were already mentioned under Sethi I, two thousand years before the “bird of Saqqarah”.

In the early 1990s, the Frenchman Gérard Martre was the author of an equally astonishing, anonymous find: in the temple of Abydos, in Upper Egypt, to the north-west
of Luxor, behind a section of wall covered with crumbling hieroglyphics, he discovered carvings of a modern helicopter, a submarine and a glider on another wall. These motifs are all the more surprising since the majority of the reliefs in the temple of Abydos were made during the reign of Pharaoh Sethi I, who reigned from 1,294 to 1,279 B.C.
These vestiges, as well as the research of Juan Moricz and the treasures discovered by Father Crespi are positive proof that the history of ancient humanity reveals highly advanced and unsuspected technical know-how!



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