These small gold objects were found in a tomb in Columbia and
catalogued as fish, moths and butterfly trinkets. When German
fighter pilot and engineer J.A, Ulrich saw the large, bottom "bee"
in 1972, he remarked that it looked exactly like an F-102 fighter,
with rudder and speed brakes, exactly like the Swedish SAAB
aircraft at the time. Many scientists refused to believe these were
models of aircraft.
From a private collection, Cairo
This perfect scale-model wood glider is in the
Cairo Museum in Egypt and was found at a
dig in Saqqara. It was catalogued as a "bird".
At the 'Ancient Astronaut' Conference in 1997, an exact
copy of the plane was made to a large model scale and
flew when propelled into the air
From a private collection, Cairo