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The Istanbul Rocket (Ancient Aliens)

June 26, 2019 By

Is this a replica (see photo) of an ancient single-seat rocket-ship? That’s what it looks like to Zecharia Sitchin, the leading authority and scholar on the Ancient Astronaut theory. Hidden away in the Istanbul Archaeology Museum in Turkey for a quarter of a century, Sitchin recently convinced the Museum that this artifact may indeed be ancient, and not the modern forgery they concluded it must be, simply because our current view of our ancient history doesn’t include rocket-ships […]


17 Comments on "The Istanbul Rocket (Ancient Aliens)"

  1. mary mcdonagh 4u Mcd
    June 26, 2019

    if it is turned on end it just looks like a man sitting cross legged on a throne.

  2. CSM101 T800
    June 26, 2019

    If it's a fake, fine ! but ,.
    Looking in to the analysis of Dr Alpay Pasinli, some things are notable. In his text its almost like he wants to debug the thing and he only made a petro-graphical analysis that proved its composition, so far I know you need to use C12/14 dating to determine it's real age.
    And it looks like he is religious, I personally do not take a scientist who is religious seriously.
    There are so many examples off religious scientist who are biased, look at Egypt !

  3. TheOsmanly
    June 26, 2019

    zakaria zichin was right about some of his theories and rocket of istanbul exist really in Turkey and recently they descovered something beyond imagination that links Mayan civilisation and Aliens civilisations.

  4. new name
    June 26, 2019

    debunked as fake...

  5. Sari Kuronen
    June 26, 2019

    To Clive B
    So you dont have more important things to do like only these kind of things. Very childish I think.

  6. larry mcadams
    June 26, 2019

    only a damn jackass would belive this shit

  7. Greekrider55
    June 26, 2019

    I think this is fake. According to a Turkish article it is fake and not authentic, it is about 20 years old and made out of plaster.

  8. Matt Anderson
    June 26, 2019

    The only chemicals the found were plaster and marble powder and the only reason they conclude its from 30 years ago is when it came to the museum. You guys always say fantasies but when you argue something make sure you know how to say it without being a pessimist and or sounding too sure of yourself.

  9. Matt Anderson
    June 26, 2019

    Clive B. the reason why to me why it might not be fake is because of the fact that man has been using molds and plaster for over 3,000 years. It could be fake but who knows but the fact is, its a typical depiction of a man sitting inside of a vehicle. You cannot carbon-14 test this so how do we even know its "fake". All we know is that it came out of nowhere in Istanbul, Turkey. Humans could make molds for weapons but not for plaster and crushed marble but not a model of something real....oh no.

  10. Rabee Zidane
    June 26, 2019

    you pray for this pyramid?

  11. Clive B
    June 26, 2019

    It's been chemically tested and proven to be a fake. It was produced in a mould 25 years ago, and is made of plaster and ground marble. But people believe what they choose to believe. They never allow facts to get in the way of their fantasies. The irony is that they are the ones who consider themselves to be the truthseekers.

  12. SolGuildOfAstronomy
    June 26, 2019

    u uneducated?

  13. VictorLepanto
    June 26, 2019

    I think it looks like an ancient garden gnome. It is proof that in the past, the Earth was visited by cheap tacky lawn decorations.

  14. Lil Peep Peep
    June 26, 2019

    I give a shit! I love stuff like this. Imagine if it is authentic!

  15. RayLovesRomania
    June 26, 2019

    @Illuminotorious :)

  16. RayLovesRomania
    June 26, 2019

    @Illuminotorious Well somebody gave a shit on the Ancient Aliens Theory Series on the History Channel.

  17. RayLovesRomania
    June 26, 2019

    @Illuminotorious You have the option not to post anything :)

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