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Jet pre-Columbian gold, historical artifact or something else? The golden planes are a collection of pre-Columbian gold jewelry of about 2-5 cm long, found a grave of Quimbaya civilization, and dated ca. 1000 A.D. Most of these findings is preserved the Gold Museum in Bogota, at the National Bank of Colombia, at the British Museum in London, and at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington.
Are defined by Archaeologists ” zoomorphic” ie compositions with an animal form or identified with stylizations of insects, birds or fish.
However, the appearance of some of this jewelry undeniably recalls the shape of modern Aircraft and for this reason are considered by some as oopart, ie foreign objects in their original context. As proof of this thesis, in 1994 three German, Eenboom, Belting and Lübbers, decided to create a scale model of the “aircraft” to experiment with his flying ability. The scale model was baptized “The Goldflyer.” The aircraft had a stable flight path and was able to make precise landings and comfortable.
The scale model was baptized “The Goldflyer.” The aircraft had a stable flight path and was able to make precise landings and comfortable. Spaniards Román Molla Also, Justo Miranda and Paula Mercado rebuilt scale models of this little jewelry, and subjecting them to the wind tunnel and in flight simulation programs, confirming that the thumbnails were perfectly aerodynamic and suitable for flying.
A reference to aircraft can be traced in the ancient myths of the Hopi, an Amerindian people deputy in Arizona (USA), which tells of the “Patuwvotas”, or flying shields.
But the planes are also present in ancient India: the Hindu culture the Vimana denotes a flying object. The vimana are described in the Vedas, ancient Sanskrit collection of sacred texts of the Aryans who invaded peoples around the twentieth century BC Northern India.
In the Veda are mentioned different types of Vimanas, with different shapes and sizes, capable of both flying in the air, in space and to dive under water. In my point of view it is natural that seeing a picture of this kind, the first thing that comes to mind is: Surely it’s a plane! Well, you know what I say? that in police investigations or investigation, many times, indeed, in most of the time, the first idea, the prime suspect turns out to be the right one.
Jet pre-Columbian gold, historical artifact or something else?
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