Hey guys, today, let us take a look at these strange golden artifacts in Colombia, which look like modern day airplanes. Yes, these are ancient artifacts created around 1000 years ago, and it is impossible not to think of airplanes when you see this. Not just one or two, there are seventeen strange artifacts which look like flying machines, displayed at the Gold Museum in Colombia. Remember many ancient texts around the world talk about aircraft and spacecraft, ancient Indian texts call them Vimanas. I have shown you several similarities between India and Colombia in my previous videos, even about the God of Gold. But What do mainstream archeologists say about these gold airplanes?
Archeologists claim that all these artifacts represent birds. But there is a not a single species of bird which has wings attached to its bottom. In all birds, wings are always attached at the top. So these are not birds. But in modern airplanes, we can see something spectacular – see how the wings are attached at the bottom? See how similar this design is, to the golden airplanes. . If you compare them side by side, the design is uncannily similar to one another. Another important difference is the tail. Look at the tails of these gold artifacts. These have vertical tails, pointing up, like modern aircraft. No bird has vertical tail like this, all birds have horizontal tails, which point sideways.
Even more important, biologists agree that there are no animals or birds which look like this. Some experts claim that these were just rudimentary models of birds, with errors in details, because ancient Colombians would not have paid attention to details. But I found that this is not true at all, because the most important detail is found in the Gold Museum itself. There are actual figurines of birds found in the same museum, created by the same ancient people. This is how they look. You can tell immediately that they are birds, they have eyes, they have beaks and they have actual curvy wings and horizontal tails. So to pretend that the ancient Colombian people were just making these rudimentary bird models is a false argument. Here is another bird and see how it looks. Notice how the details clearly show the wing is attached at the top of its body and its tail is pointing sideways, sharply contrasted to the airplanes. This is why most people call them ‘Quimbaya Airplanes’ because these were found in an ancient civilization called Quimbaya.