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 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’.
Amazing Rocket Ship introduces a new series : Joyful memories of childhood. These whimsical recollections show Amazing Rocket Ship in a new light, illustrate that once, too, Amazing Rocket Ship had a playful youth, shorn of the burdens of age.
Amazing Rocket Ship remembers scoring the winning goal on a sunny summer’s day.
How many of us can connect with this memory? Thank you, Amazing Rocket Ship for sharing. We look forward to further recollections of joyful childhood.
Cunningly disguised as a Frenchman, Amazing Rocket Ship is in Paris soaking up election fever, and ready to do the right and proper thing: vote for Emmanuel Macron.
Disguised as a Frenchman, Amazing Rocket Ship is in Paris ahead of the second round of voting in the Presidential election.
Note: The Rocket Ship Foundation has not officially endorsed Amazing Rocket Ship’s entry into the affairs of another state, but is hopeful France will do the good and proper thing.
Associate professor I.T.S Joka of the University of Lewisham’s Institute of Illuminated Manuscripts has today informed the Rocket Ship Foundation of a most remarkable discovery. Prof. Joka, in an email, states that in the course of his research on some hitherto undocumented papers he came across the one here exclusively illustrated.
Illuminated manuscript showing the risen Christ markedly pointing to Amazing Rocket Ship atop a distant hill.
Prof. Joka writes: “This is a remarkable demonstration of the fact that Jesus may have had help in removing the tomb top, a heavy stone slab, and is attesting to this by indicating with his fingers the source: Amazing Rocket Ship sitting on top of a nearby hill.’
The manuscript is undergoing further forensic testing and a paper is due to be published shortly in Annuls of the Philosophic Journal of Lewisham, Modern Edition X.
In accordance with the guiding principle of the Rocket Ship Foundation – Making Space for Everyone – Amazing Rocket Ship has set off on a whirlwind diplomatic mission to the rogue state of North Korea. North Korean media depicted the event as shown below. The questions are: Is Amazing Rocket Ship pursuing an ethical response to the impending missile crisis? and Is Amazing Rocket Ship being just a wee bit too non-judgemental? Answers please.
North Korea welcomes Amazing Rocket Ship
Nasa’s announcement of a new solar system a mere hop, skip and a jump away is celebrated by Amazing Rocket Ship, which made the journey there recently to say a big and warm ‘help’ from Planet Earth.
The neighbourhood just got a little bigger with Nasa’s announcement of Trappist 1
The Rocket Ship Foundation sent Amazing Rocket Ship to the Moon to discover if Trump’s Sea of Love is really as full to the brim as he has claimed. This remarkable illustration demonstrates for a fact that the Sea of Love is, as are all seas on the Moon, barren and infertile. Sorry Mr President, but your alternative narrative don’t add up.
Amazing Rocket Ship finds the Sea of Love barren