An Interlinear Translation of the Tulli Papyrus Text
Oldest Record Of UFOs Flying Tulli Papyrus
പുരാതന ഈജിപ്തിലെ ടുള്ളി പാപ്പിറസ് രഹസ്യങ്ങൾ The Strange Story of the Tulli Papyrus Malayalam
La momie ne sait pas lire le papyrus et Ségolène de sourire, embarrassée
6 Facts about the First UFO Encounter: The Tulli Manuscript
The Tulli Papyrus is claimed to be a transcription of an Egyptian papyrus dating from the reign of Thutmose III. The claim originated in a 1953 article published in Doubt, the Fortean Society magazine, by Tiffany Thayer. According to Thayer, the transcription was sent to him by Boris de Rachewiltz who supposedly found the original transcription of the papyrus among papers left by Alberto Tulli, a deceased Vatican museum director. References to "circles of fire" or "fiery discs" allegedly contained in the translation have been interpreted in UFO and Fortean literature as evidence of ancient flying saucers, although ufologists Jacques Vallee & Chris Aubeck have described it as a "hoax". According to Vallee and Aubeck, since Tulli had supposedly copied it during a single viewing of the original papyrus using an "Ancient Egyptian shorthand", and de Rachewiltz had never seen the original, the alleged text likely contained transcription errors, making it impossible to verify.
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