Sumerians Built Spacecraft Launch Pad 7,000 Years Ago From Where They Traveled Outside Solar System


In 2016, Iraqi Transport Minister Kazim Finjan made a sensational statement during a business trip to Dhi Qar. According to him, the Sumerians had their own spaceport and actively traveled, including outside the solar system.

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The ancient buildings of the Sumerians amaze with their grandeur and are not inferior to the Egyptian pyramids. Naturally, numerous theories go about the purpose of these ziggurats (massive structures built in ancient Mesopotamia), including among ufologists. However, nobody expected the official to make such a statement.

Finjan is sure that the first airports and spacecraft platforms were built about 7000 уears ago in the ancient cities of Eridu and Ur. Unfortunately, the minister did not tell about where the Sumerians had such technologies from, and why there was no evidence of them.

Scientists have several versions of the emergence of multi-tier temples. One of them is the need to preserve the building that was intended for the gods as long as possible. That is why each next tier was built on the previous one.

Sumerians Built Spacecraft Launch Pad 7,000 Years Ago
Sumerians Built Spacecraft Launch Pad 7,000 Years Ago

The Sumerians showed their desire for the upper world. The number of platforms could coincide with the number of known luminaries. It is worth noting that there were no forests and minerals in Lower Mesopotamia. The Sumerians actively traded, so it’s hard to imagine where the resources for building full-fledged spaceships would come from.

The truth will remain under the cover of time. If the Sumerians could conquer space, then they would have long flown away from Earth.

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