Though I studied archaeology, I don’t do it for living. I still have a keen interest in it, especially in the history, archaeology and religion of the ancient leading east, especially the Sumer culture. The theory about ancient astronauts was precisely what led me to study archaeology, and I am currently researching the spinning around these theories. The result of this research is mainly a series of articles published on the Sueneé Universe website, where I also contribute a number of translations of articles about ancient civilizations.
Heavenly paths in ancient Mesopotemy. The theme that I will present at the conference will introduce the audience to the issue of possible evidence of flying in Sumerian literature the third and the first quarter of the second millennium. The main part of the presentation is devoted to the so-called flying temples, i.e. references to the unusual characteristics of the settlements of selected Sumerian gods in myths and celebratory hymns, which are strikingly similar to the descriptions of the viman from Vedic literature. The next part is focused on smaller flying machines and gods descending to the ground. The topic of people, especially kings and sages, ascending to the heavens will not be overlooked either. Last but not least, there will be room for questions from viewers.