MYSTERIES 

THOTH (known as ENOCH or SAURID) The Builder Of Great Pyramid Of Egypt According To Emerald Tablets

THOTH Tablets are impermeable, resistant to all elements, corrosion, and acids. In fact, the atomic and cellular structure is fixed, and no change can occur, thus violating the material law of ionization. The tablets are engraved with characters written in the old Atlantean language, as some researchers claim, and if these tabs are deciphered, they offer a lot of wisdom. Dr. Michael Doreal, who was part of a Freemasonry organization called the “White Temple Fraternity,” translated the twelve tabs; He would divide the 12 into thirteen for convenience. These tabs…

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OTHER 

Mystery of 24 alien black-boxes discovered near Egypt’s Pyramids of Giza

They weigh more than 100 tons, they are solid Aswan granite, and they are precision engineered to tolerances which would be deemed remarkable today. So how did the ancient Egyptians build and put in place the 24 strange and sinister coffin shaped black boxes discovered buried in a hillside cave system, 12 miles south of The Great Pyramid of Giza? And more importantly, why? The skilfulness of the stone cutting, accurate to just a few microns, is so remarkable that some experts have concluded that they were not built for…

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OTHER 

Watch: Enoch, the Builder of the Great Pyramid of Egypt? (Video)

Egyptian pyramids conceal a mystery that has not yet been distinguished. While some archaeologists believe that they are the creation of the ancient Egyptians, there are also voices who claim that somewhere there was also the hand of civilizations that are superior to humans in raising such miracles. The Keops (Khufu) Pyramid is always said to have been built by the Egyptians. Yes, says Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, the ancient Egyptians built the pyramids, but under the guidance of the gods. If Pharaoh Keops built the Great Pyramid, why was there…

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ARCHAELOGY 

Ancient Egyptian mummy at the Louvre has a face covered by an unusual interwoven square pattern

There are more than 50,000 pieces that comprise the fantastic collection at the Department of Egyptian Antiquities of the Louvre of Paris. Collectibles include various artifacts from the Nile civilizations that span more than four millennia, from 4,000 BC to the 4th century AD. Counted as one of the world’s largest such collections, it gives a detailed overview of Egyptian life and customs from the earliest days of the Ancient Egypt, through the Middle Kingdom and the New Kingdom, as well as the Ptolemaic, Roman, and Byzantine eras. The collections…

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SCIENCE 

The Mummy Returns: Egyptian Dignitary’s Face and Brain Reconstructed

An international team of researchers has reconstructed the face and brain of a 3,500-year-old Egyptian mummy, revealing a unique “packing” embalming treatment. Consisting of a well-preserved head and canopic jars containing internal organs, the remains belong to Nebiri, an Egyptian dignitary who lived under the reign of the 18th Dynasty pharaoh Thutmoses III (1479–1425 B.C.). Nebiri’s mummy became famous two years ago when he was diagnosed with the oldest ever case of chronic heart failure. [Photos: The Amazing Mummies of Peru and Egypt] “He was between 45 [and] 60 years…

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OTHER 

The strange medallion found in a tomb of ancient Egypt

Discovered by archaeologist Professor Winwood. The enigmatic symbols suggest an interaction of presumed Aliens or Extraterrestrials with ancient monarchs of this nation. Includes Egyptian characters like Thoth, Orus, and elongated skulls. In the being that is above we can see in his hands, what seem eyes, or holes, also around his head we could say that the sun rises. The object under the Alien-type Being, resembles a ship or galaxy. The side cylinders that leave the circle look like glass containers with something inside. Inside the central circle there is…

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OTHER 

Little-known but greatly feared, the Sea People raided ancient Egypt and the Mediterranean at the end of the Bronze Age

The Sea Peoples were a mixed group of raiders of unknown origin who raided the ancient Egyptian coastline and the eastern Mediterranean Sea from 1276 to 1178 BCE. Even today, we don’t know much about this group of ancient seafaring people, other than what is found in records of the places they visited and attacked. It has often been theorized that they came from Anatolia or Southern Europe, and it is thought that they invaded Canaan, Syria, Anatolia, Cyprus, and Egypt at the end of the Bronze Age. The names…

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MYSTERIES 

Something Is Heating Up Inside Egypt’s Ancient Pyramids And Scientists Can’t Explain It!

The scanning showed “a particularly impressive one (anomaly) located on the Eastern side of the Khufu pyramid at ground level,” the ministry said in a statement. The largest of the three Giza pyramids is known locally as Khufu and internationally as Cheops.Antiquities Minister Mamdouh el-Damaty and technical experts working on the project showed the higher temperature being detected in three specific adjacent stones at the bottom of the pyramid in a live thermal camera presentation to journalists. The thermal scanning was carried out at all times of the day, including…

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ANCIENT ALIENS 

Something is heating up inside Egypt’s ancient pyramids

Two weeks of new thermal scanning in Egypt’s Giza pyramids have identified anomalies in the 4,500-year-old burial structures, including a major one in the largest pyramid, the Antiquities Ministry announced Monday. Officials speak in front of the great pyramid of Khufu in Giza on Nov. 9. The scanning showed “a particularly impressive one (anomaly) located on the Eastern side of the Khufu pyramid at ground level,” the ministry said in a statement. The largest of the three Giza pyramids is known locally as Khufu and internationally as Cheops.Antiquities Minister Mamdouh…

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OTHER 

This Man Was the First to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphic Symbols, Yet People Keep Forgetting Him

It’s safe to say that there is no ancient writing system that has captured the attention of anyone who came across it the way Egyptian hieroglyphic writing has. For centuries, emperors, scholars, travellers, grave robbers, and many others have stopped by the walls of Egypt’s enduring monuments to examine the mysterious symbols and images etched into the stone, thinking about what they might mean. It wasn’t until in the 1820s that the French scholar Jean-François Champollion finally “cracked the code”, opening the door for the world to study and discover the…

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