This was one of the coolest artifacts I had ever seen. I’m assuming it’s terracotta? Not the first Indus Valley artifact that I’d seen that featured non-human looking beings with elongated and/or misshapen skulls. The motifs of the Queen positioned in her throne at the bow of the ship makes for one of the more bizarre and awesome pieces I’ve ever laid eyes on. It’s of course in a private collection and has been hidden away from the public for most of its existence.
The Indus Valley is just one of many locations to yield these artifacts depicting alien-looking humanoids. Mexico and Sardinia are two other hot spots but these strange humanoids of many different forms can be found all over the globe.
Sardinia, Mexico & Indus Valley
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The Strange Ship Of A Forgotten Ancient Civilization – Lady Of The Spiked Throne
We often think of amazing artifacts from the mysterious past, such as the “London hammer,” which is over 100 million years old, the stone imprint of a sandal (almost modern footwear) that is 500 million years old, the African nuclear reactor of the town of Oklo, which was operational about 2 billion years ago, and so on.
There are, however, many less well-known and “loud” unexplained items from the past that aren’t even dated or investigated, and are kept in private collections of antiquarians.
Among them is a one-of-a-kind figurine known as the “Lady of the spiky throne in mystery surroundings,” according to archaeologists. This item was discovered somewhere in the Indus Valley, between Pakistan and India, and nothing is known about it. It is still unknown when and by whom this enigmatic stone “boat with passengers” was discovered.
The eminent Italian archaeologist Massimo Vidal was asked to investigate and admire this relic by a private collector in 2009. The scientist did an adequate study (including thermoluminescence testing) and discovered that the product was created approximately 2700 BC in the shape of some unusual vehicle with equally strange inhabitants.
Vidal seeks to match the pictures of the “wonderful boat” and the people on it to previously discovered global artifacts of similar type, such as those in Pakistan (Nausharo figures), as archaeologists do to fit the newly discovered into the overall history of mankind.
Otherwise, the find will “hang in the air,” as antiquities specialists put it, and will, at best, accumulate dust in museum depositories or private collections, never becoming the property of world archeology.
The Lady of the Serrated Throne did not make it beyond the private collection, despite the best efforts of the Italian archeologist. In the future, an astonishing artifact (more on pictures) is examined by a number of separate scholars, each of whom proposes a different hypothesis on the issue.
The Flying Alien Ship Hypothesis
According to the most intriguing explanation from our perspective, an ancient civilisation caught an airplane in this figurine. And the individuals who sat in it clearly had enlarged heads, which have been discovered in ancient Egypt and other parts of the world, including Russia.
Despite some scientists’ pretty convincing claims that individuals in ancient times purposefully distorted their skulls to emphasize their allegiance with the governing class, it’s still unknown who duplicated such elongated skulls and why they used them as a model of perfection.
According to independent scholars, there existed a superior race in antiquity (perhaps aliens or residents of Atlantis) who possessed this head form. Furthermore, these higher personalities possessed not only a stunning look, but also vast knowledge and abilities: they understood how to fly in their heavenly aircraft (vimanas), construct pyramids, and spew lightning, among other things.
It’s probable that the item mentioned here, which takes the appearance of a bizarre vehicle, is a representation of this higher race’s aircraft, complete with the arrivals. As a result, the passengers’ heads are elongated, with weird eye sockets and something resembling a beak in place of a mouth and nose (the rest is guesswork on the sculptor’s part).
All of these are only guesses, but they all point to the same conclusion: our past is filled with secrets and mysteries that remain unsolved despite the best efforts of scientists and independent researchers. Perhaps they will stay unresolved indefinitely until mankind unlocks the mysteries of time and learns to see into the past by means other than archaeological digs and architectural ruins…