ARCHAELOGY 

5,000-year-old Egyptian Hieroglyphs Discovered in Australia Prove That History Is Wrong

History is thrown into turmoil as 5,000-year-old Egyptian hieroglyphs are found in Australia. Either plate tectonics have shifted so drastically over the last 5,000 years, or what we knew of the ancient Egyptians may be severely lacking. Either way, it seems that history has been giving the wrong story. 5,000 YEAR OLD EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHS IN AUSTRALIA What is even more disturbing is that this has not been the first discovery that debunked current historical records, and that the records seem to need a severe overhaul. EGYPTIANS TRAVELLED THE WORLD BEFORE…

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MYSTERIES 

Here Are The 9 Parts Of The Human Soul According to Ancient Egypt

In ancient Egypt, a person’s soul was thought to consist of nine separate parts which were integrated into a whole individual but had very distinct aspects.  In many ancient cultures such as those found in Asian, African, and even America, we find a Soul concept analogously similar to the concept developed by the religions of the Judeo-Christian group (including Islam) and European philosophy. The soul, from the Vedic or Veda point of view, is the being, which by nature is eternal (without birth or death or without beginning or end)…

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ANCIENT ALIENS 

ANCIENT NUCLEAR WAR? THE MELTED STONE STEPS AT THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN SITE OF DENDERA

The Dendera Temple complex is one of the best preserved temple complexes in Egypt. The complex covers approximately 40,000 square meters. Also the site of the famed Dendera light relief, Dendera is an incredible site. The building that dominates the Complex is the main temple, which is called the Hathor temple and is dedicated to Hathor who was the goddess of love, joy and beauty. One of the strangest and most intriguing parts of the site however are the stairs leading up to the temple roof. The stone steps appear…

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MYSTERIES 

3,600-year-old pits full of giant hands discovered in Egypt

Archaeologists have made a gruesome discovery fit for a horror thriller: 16 severed hands buried in and around an ancient Egyptian palace. But don’t blame the Pharaohs or their mummies. A team of archaeologists unearthed the 3600-year-old bones of 16 severed hands from four pits within what is believed to be a royal Hyksos compound. They are all right hands. And all hands found are very large. Austrian archaeologist Manfred Bietak, who is leading the excavations in the ancient city of Avaris, told the journal Egyptian Archaeology that the severed…

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OTHER 

5,000 years ago, ancient Egyptians sailed to America and here’s the “evidence”

Coca and tobacco have been found in ancient Egyptian mummies: Is this the ultimate proof of transoceanic travel 5,000 years ago? And if the ancient Egyptian civilization was much more advanced than we have ever imagined? After all, they are the rightful owners of some of the most impressive ancient structures on the planet’s surface. Is it hard to believe that they could have built ships that would have allowed them to travel to other continents? According to the DNA analysis of ancient Egyptian mummies, this cannot simply be “another…

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HISTORY 

Akhenaten – the last alien pharaoh of ancient Egypt

What is enigmatic for  some of the rulers is to have no ancestors, explain Egyptologists. Akhenaten is famous for its mysterious shaped head, elongated skull, long neck, recessed eyes, thick thighs, long fingers, perverse knee joints and prominent belly.Ancient Egypt has one of the most incredible history of the planet Not only is it important to mention numerous architectural achievements of the ancient Egyptians, but also incredible knowledge in various scientific fields characteristicallyfor just a few civilizations in history.Pyramids of Giza and the magnificent Sphinx are not only the largest…

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OTHER 

3,000+ Year Old Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyph Uncovers Origin of The Human Race [Full Documentary]

As featured in National Geographic’s Pharaohs of The Sun, this limestone Ancient Egyptian hieroglyph depicts The ‘House Altar’ of Akhenaten, Nefertiti and Three of their Daughters. This ancient hieroglyph is currently housed in the Egyptian Museum of Berlin, Germany and dates back to The New Kingdom, Amarna period, 18th dynasty, c.1340 BCE. The decryption of this hieroglyph, unveiled through a series of supernatural image transcriptions and a gift of wisdom from above, solves the riddle of ages: the origin of the human race! [COMPLETE 7-PART DOCUMENTARY] FEATURED DOCUMENTARY SERIES (Complete…

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ARCHAELOGY 

Why are there Underground Jesuit Caves in Europe filled with Egyptian and Islamic Art?

I‘ve just spent the last few hours trying to figure out why there’s a network of underground Jesuit caves filled with Egyptian, Islamic, Buddhist, Christian, pagan and secular art– and I’m stumped. This is a bit of a first for me and I’m reaching out to you to help explain the mystery… Okay so here’s what I learned so far. Just outside the city of Maastricht, close to the Belgian border, you can find one of the most exquisitely carved limestone quarries in the world known as Jezuïetenberg (Jesuit Cave). The underground passageways that descend…

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OTHER 

Papyrus Reveals Extraterrestrials Visited Ancient Egypt — Now Allegedly Lost

One of the most intriguing ancient texts, the Tulli Papyrus chronicles one of the earliest mass UFO sightings. It also has an interesting backstory. In 1933, Alberto Tulli, director of the Egyptology section of the Vatican Museum, discovered a unique papyrus in one of Cairo’s antique shops. Unfortunately, it was priced too high — even for the Vatican — so Tulli resorted to copying down its contents. When he later returned, the papyrus was gone. Two decades later, Italian Egyptologist Prince Boris de Rachewiltz announced that he had located the…

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MYSTERIES 

Forensic experts discovery: Secrets of 2,000-year-old Egyptian ‘mummy paintings’ revealed

In the ancient Egyptian settlement of Tebturnis, the modern day Umm el-Baragat in Al Fayyum, scientists believe they have finally uncovered the secrets behind the techniques used to create a series of fifteen “mummy portraits”. Remarkably, these 2,000-year-old portraits, first unearthed by archaeologists over a century ago in 1899, appear to contain a wide variety of pigments and materials from across the European continent, suggesting that these ancient Egyptian artists had access to a vast, trans-continental trade network. These masterpieces, created between the first and third centuries AD, were painted…

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