from Pierluigi Peruzzi
Everyone on board ?
At first I thought of one of the normal coincidences that inevitably arise from today's sea of images. But if there are coincidences, there must not be too many things in common, otherwise the probability of calculating coincidences will be lost. The more similarities there are, the less coincidence can be considered a coincidence. I leave the calculation of probability to you all. Think it over carefully.
Figure 2 shows the following similarities
The tried and tested wheeled bag (trolley) is very visible. In the ceiling painting (top right) we see the man directing the plane on the ground. Then that of the ground crew that gives the pilots the roll instruction.
The bird's eye in the ceiling painting can easily represent the cockpit windows. That you get on a plane that is on the roll runway on a ladder, should be clear to everyone.
The hangar ?
Figure 3 illustrates very well that it is not a portal, but a simple hangar gate and the man on the far right of the ceiling tells the pilot to roll forward. The passengers have to wait and are already standing on the stairs.
The pilot ?
Random again? It's not possible ! A nice part of Dendera's fresco that clearly shows a person sitting inside the eye. Even the passengers sat down. This had to be proven and has been proven.
The plane ?2>
The pigeon of Saqqara
In the Egyptian museum in Cairo the artifact n. 6347 is exhibited, which researchers consider to be the portrait of a pigeon. It is a wooden object, found in 1898 in a tomb in the necropolis of Saqqara. This object clearly shows a model aircraft. It cannot show a bird, because birds do not have rear vertical directional rudders but rather horizontal tails.
Underneath the image of this wooden model. There is a strong indication that the rear horizontal rudder has fallen off, as its attachment is still visible.
The positive flight characteristics of a high wing aircraft are:
can fly at low speed (at "only" 70 - 100 km/h) can carry heavy goods compared to low-winged aircraft of the same size is easy to fly the balance doesn't have to be perfect
Comparison with today's model planes
Picture above from 1981. This high wing model aircraft - which in its construction looks a lot like the Egyptian model - I built it in the winter of 1980/81. The task of this model aircraft was to carry my small camera. This means that it was a heavy-duty transport aircraft. Of course in relation to its size. I was able to do all this with a two-stroke engine of 5 cm3.
Image below from 1981. While my brother is holding the aircraft, I'm kneeling to set up an 8mm film camera. Unfortunately, the previous model was too small to lift heavy objects into the air. So I decided to buy the "Big Lift" assembly box in its raw state. With its 15 cm3 2-stroke, it was doing its job well. Since it was a very sturdy model aircraft, I decided to build it and use it for my film purposes. At that time satellite photos did not exist and so you had to help yourself.