Roman Mosaic discovery places Amazing Rocket Ship in BCE context

Our colleagues [and now friends] at the University of Lewisham have published this image in the renowned international and peer-reviewed journal, Tractus Romanae. 

Mosaic and Amazing Rocket Ship

Mosaic of what appears to be an Amazing Rocket Ship discovered by archaeologists in London

Following several years of patient excavation at a location within the known former city limits of Londinium, archaeologists chanced across this mosaic, located beneath a former slaughter house near Marsala Road. Radiocarbon dating places the mosaic at 115 BCE, an incredible finding since the earliest settlement is dated to at least 150 years later. Professor U.R Jo-King explains: ‘It is clear early settlers had contact with some extra-terrestrial object, perhaps indeed a Rocket Ship, as seen in this splendid rendition in mosaic. Further research is necessary to confirm this extraordinary discovery that may well change the course of human history’.

Exclusive: Chalk art on English hillside shows what may be Ancient Rocket Ship

Today the University of Lewisham’s (Marsala Campus) Department of Physical Anthropology and Archaeology publishes a paper titled: Did Ancient Celts know of Space Travel? The article makes reference to an astonishing discovery on a remote hillside in the English Cotswold’s that has gone unnoticed for centuries. A spokesperson for the department reports that this example of chalk art – shown here – was only found when the landowner cleared bracken and some hedgerows in preparation for the development of a wind-farm.


Ancient Rocket Ship carved into English hillside

Archaeologists from the department have dated the piece to a similar period as that of the Cerne Abbas Giant [below] and note it is also of a similar size and scale. ‘Though this image is not as graphic as the Cerne giant,’ the spokesperson comments, ‘it may be speculated that it too possessed supernatural properties and was a symbol of fertility and abundance for the ancient peoples of this area.’


Cerne Abbas Giant