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What is it with all the "winged discs" or "winged sun discs" described anywhere from ancient Tibet to South America to ancient Egypt, Turkey and
Are these depictions of vague memories of times when "Gods" stopped by the earth? Are the wings a way to indicate they were flying?
The winged "sundisc" is most often shown as a ball or disc, sometimes resembling a gear-wheel and spread wings. Often they are shown with
“stilts” of which archaeologists interpret as a flame-throwing-snake but modern eyes would interpret as nozzles/jets or landing stilts.
Sometimes humans and “Gods” are shown riding on, sitting in, flying the sundiscs. For example the mesopatamian Godking Ahuramazda was often
depicted hovering over the crowds and people in his sun-disc. (see picture in OP).
Any connection to modern-day UFOs also being shown as discs?
The oldest discs can be dated pre-3000 B.C. and are found on many temples of ancient egypt, often accompanied by the words “hut” or “api”
which some egyptologists have translated as “Fly-er” or “Flying Device”. This disc is often associated with Horus.
The flying discs are not only reported to have flown and have people inside them, but also to be used as deadly weapons. Here is a translation that
dates back to 1870, done by egyptologist H. Brugsch:
Hor-Hut flew upwards towards the sun in a big, winged disc. He took with him the north- and south snakes, so that their firey breathe would strike
down and burn the enemies""
"He flew with his ship and landed in the city of Hor-Throne. Thoth said: The sender-of-rays, made by Ra, as beaten the enemy"
The translation “sender of rays” (raygun) was later re-interpreted by egyptologists to mean “snake that breathes fire”.
According to Egyptologists the winged disc is “nothing but a decorative figure symbolising the sun”.
The winged disc was sometimes also referred to as “the flying eye”, used by the “Gods” to look for and observe things, indicating something
that we would nowdays call “spy drone”.
Whats interesting: When Egyptians referred to flying discs and other flying devices, egyptologists have often translated this is “barque” which is
an old word for ship. The reason for this is that the dawn of modern Egyptology did not know of “flying ships” yet, had no word for “airplane”
yet and had to rely on what they knew.
Apart from flying or being used as weapons there are also reports of sun discs crashing, falling, needing to land to be repaired and so forth. The
Greek historian Plutarch reports that one age before his own visit to egypt one of the gold-metal wreckage of one of the last remaining sun discs was
found on one of the upper islands of the Nile. According to natives these were the remnants of a sun disc with which Osiris had come from the
In this context it is not too difficult to make out that “Nightsea” refers to Space. For contemporary archaeology the term is supposed to be “a
fanciful description of a mythological place”.
Some Egyptologists try to equate the sun-disc to the sun. This is countered by most of the barques and discs being described not AS the sun, but
shining LIKE the sun.