Gold Jet, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

The pre-Columbian gold jets are a collection of gold jewelry of about 2-5 cm in length, identified as zoomorphic figures. The appearance of some of these jewels can be reminiscent of the shape of delta-wing aircraft, and for this reason are considered by some as OOPArt in connection with the theory of the ancient astronauts.

OOPArt, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

OOPArt

Most of these finds are kept at the Bogota Museum of Gold, Colombia National Bank, British Museum London, and the Smithsonian Institute in Washington. According to some pseudo studios interested in the subject, such finds would have similar elements to the typical jet structures, such as the rigid and flat upright wings located at the lower end of the structure (and not at the top, as it should be for an insect or a bird) and the drift equipped with triangular drift and stabilizer. The biologist and criptozoologist Ivan Terence Sanderson (1911-1973) was the first to observe form similarities with the jets, after noting that in his opinion, such finds did not resemble any winged animal (bird or insect); the similarities between the finds and the modern jets were also noted in the book Chariots of the Gods? by Erich Von Däniken.

To test this thesis, in 1994 three Germans, Eenboom, Belting and Lübbers, decided to create a scale model of the “aircraft” to experiment with its flying capabilities. The scale model was named “Goldflyer I”. The plane had a stable flight path and was able to make precise and comfortable landings. Even the Spaniards Romàn Molla, Justo Miranda and Paula Mercado re-constructed scale models of these little jewelry, submitting them to the wind tunnel and flight simulation programs, confirming that the miniatures were perfectly aerodynamic and fit on the fly.

Flying saucer, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

Flying saucer

But if the jewels were really replicas of aircraft, how could they be present in an ancient pre-Columbian tomb? A reference to antique aircraft can be traced to the myths of the Hopi, a Amerindian people living in Arizona (USA), who tells of “Patuwvotas”, that is flying shields.

Mythology, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

Mythology

According to Hopi mythology, after a flood (reminds you of something?) Ended the third era of humanity: survivors of the second purification came to the surface and gave birth to the third world. Humanity had another possibility. Following the word of the Great Spirit, men grew up to form a complex civilization that built large cities and developed a complex science but used for war purposes in a war of overwhelming. With their aircraft, called “Patuwvotas,” the men overwhelmed and attacked the enemy. Humanity had again abandoned the path of peace. Then the Great Spirit wanted to punish men and command the Spider Woman to save the most deserving of waterproof boats. On the ground giant poured out, and the cities and continents sank into the sea. Thus, the third humanity was annihilated by a flood. But planes are also present in ancient India: in Hindu culture, the term Vimana indicates a flying object. The Vimana are described in the Vedas, an ancient Sanskrit collection of sacred texts of the Aryan peoples invading around the 20th century BC.

Sacred texts, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

Sacred texts

northern India. There are several types of Vimana in the Vedas, with different shapes and sizes, able to fly in the air, in the space and underwater.

Gold Jet, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

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Gold Jet, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

Gold Jet