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Ancient Aliens/Space Beings in Egyptian Art

September 24, 2019 By

Ancient Aliens/Space Beings in Egyption Art.
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32 Comments on "Ancient Aliens/Space Beings in Egyptian Art"

    September 24, 2019

    You really got to use your imagination to see a "Grey" in that image.

  2. M Daminee
    September 24, 2019

    in one of the picture they r showing space ship..

  3. Dan Marsh
    September 24, 2019

    The gre alien is just a flower vase. Look at the whole picture you'll see.

  4. Dan Marsh
    September 24, 2019

    Sorry I ment "grey" alien.

  5. Ed Weibe
    September 24, 2019

    The face on MARS is still valid. The formation is still most unusual with its sharp edges and such and other formations in the region.  I consider the case still open.

  6. ayo4010
    September 24, 2019

    Like the dude said earlier    BULL SHIT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. hassan Mostafa
    September 24, 2019

    Guys This Is all Wrong Our Ancient Egyptians Didn't Have Relation With Aliens.
    Oh By The Way What's The Music Name?

  8. hassan Mostafa
    September 24, 2019

    Great Thing I'm From Egypt

  9. Vincent Fink
    September 24, 2019

    even misspelled. you suck.

  10. karo
    September 24, 2019

    And another photo of a queen and king.The king and queen have children. I have seen this photo before, and its not aliens. It is their children. And like I've said before, the head of an Egyptian can be the size of an egg.

  11. karo
    September 24, 2019

    Good evidence, although a picture, the second maybe, was two heads; one of a man and one of an alien or perhaps a child. That photo can be an alien, although Egyptians' head sizes can vary. It could be the shape of an egg. Hoped this helped - xxx(:

  12. tjp353
    September 24, 2019

    For an example of drill and saw marks in granite, look at the sarcophagus in the King's chamber in the Great Pyramid. No-one's saying they did it as quick as we could with modern power tools, but they did do it.
    They also made granite bowls using lathes.
    Looking back through history we can see that machines have been developed to speed production and reduce the need for manpower, but that doesn't mean it wasn't possible to do the work before these machines existed.

  13. Hardicwilix
    September 24, 2019

    Let's not ignore the cold facts and find excuses and explanations because we can't grasp the possibility of an advanced civilization before our own. There is no direct proof I know of, but that's not the point here.. the point is; here are these wonders erected in an age, when most of the world was assumably stone age people, hunters and gatherers and there is no apparent explanation for it, even though we think we know everything. besides it's not 'unique'. peace

  14. Hardicwilix
    September 24, 2019

    Listen for a second.. have you ever been to Egypt? the things you see there are phenomenal! Red granite are amongst the hardest materials on earth and let us just ignore the facts about their size and the long way they were brought and then put in place meticulously in a height of about 200-300 feet. Today we use laser and diamond drills, yes.. but we use engine driven machines with thousands of rpm and hammers with a pressure of over 100 bars.

  15. tjp353
    September 24, 2019

    It's not the bronze that's doing the drilling, just like with a modern steel core drill, it's not the steel that's drilling - it's the diamonds set into the steel that cut the stone.
    While it's only speculation, it's not impossible the Egyptians used similar techniques, using the materials they had.
    Do you have a better explanation that doesn't involve ET or other 'advanced' civilizations and gives the Egyptians the credit they deserve?

  16. Hardicwilix
    September 24, 2019

    I would very much like to see you drill a hole in granite with a bronze drill..! please take your time..! :)

  17. tjp353
    September 24, 2019

    There are tool marks in the pyramids that could have only been produced with saws and drills. Stones at Pumapunku are the same.
    A modern core drill is a steel tube set with small diamonds and it may be possible the ancients used a similar man-powered bronze tool for drilling stone. No-one's saying they did it as quick as we can, but those techniques would leave the tool marks we see today. It's clear they were ingenious master masons, so a stone saw or drill shouldn't be too hard for them.

  18. tjp353
    September 24, 2019

    Make as many assumptions as you like, but organic material has been taken from under the stones that are still in situ and radio carbon dated to around 550AD. When other samples taken from under different stones all produce the same results, it's pretty clear that the site couldn't have been built any earlier.

  19. MooPotPie
    September 24, 2019

    I wish those "reliable looking" sources would care to explain how the Indians of that time fashioned the incredible stonework with stone hammers, copper chisels or chicken bones. It sure looks machined to me. I believe it was the so-called "coneheads" that apparently pre-date the Indians who attributed the monoliths to "the gods". Artifacts depicting these mysterious people (as well as their skeletal remains) have been found in the area. I anxiously await confirmed DNA results.

  20. tjp353
    September 24, 2019

    That's exactly what I did, but the dates given depend on the sources used. The more reliable looking sites that explain, in detail, the nature of the archaeological excavations, radio carbon dating, etc, all give a date of 536 - 600AD.

  21. MooPotPie
    September 24, 2019

    Simply Google "puma punku 17000 years old" and pick any number of sources. I didn't just make the number up and it is far from impossible.

  22. tjp353
    September 24, 2019

    Pumapunku has been dated to around AD500. It's 1500 years old NOT '17000'. Where do you get these dates from?

  23. MooPotPie
    September 24, 2019

    …and look up "Gobekli Tepe". A huge site discovered in 1994 in Turkey being excavated now. It has been dated ( by mainstream archaeologists) to 12,000 years ago. Puma Punku in Bolivia, to 17,000 years. We know little of advanced civilization at that time, but it DID exist. Based upon skeletal remains and incredible monolithic construction, we may not even be talking about modern homo-sapiens. Look up Brien Foerster, Paracas Peru. Strange things indeed!

  24. MooPotPie
    September 24, 2019

    The water erosion on the Sphinx and Sphinx enclosure indicate that the carving was done when the region still received heavy rainfall. That has not been the case since the end of the ice age. (See the work of geologist, Dr. Robert Schoch.) Indigenous legend, though not "evidence", dates the Sphinx back 54, 000 years! There are still people living in caves, and naked in jungles today. That doesn't negate a high tech society elsewhere. Don't believe everything you learned in grade school.

  25. MooPotPie
    September 24, 2019

    I'm familiar with that quote. It was made centuries after Nubians were enslaved by Egypt. The account of the 14th century destruction of the Sphinx's nose was written by a Muslim historian at the time. The nose was chiseled off. The chisel marks are still clearly visible. Nose removal (even on living humans) is still practiced by radical muslims.When present, the nose would not have been a Bantu nose common to west Africa. Different region and ethnicity there. "Negroid" is an inaccurate term.

  26. Mike Vizioz
    September 24, 2019

    10,000 years? You do realize there is no evidence supporting that the Sphinx would be 10,000 years old? People lived in caves 10,000 years ago...even farming hadn't been invented yet.

  27. MooPotPie
    September 24, 2019

    You misunderstand. Egypt is in North East Africa, so of course we're not talking about "west Africans". (The Dogon are believed to have migrated west.) The original carvers of the Sphinx lived some 10,000 years before todays Arab/Muslim Egyptians. The head was originally a lion, the present head having been recarved from the eroded stump 1000s of years later. The nose would never have been Bantu. Plus,Since pre-dynastic times, Egypt has been invaded and occupied by Persians, Greeks, Romans etc.

  28. Mike Vizioz
    September 24, 2019

    Exactly what does "egypt is in africa mean"? You're saying that since it's in Africa then the Egyptians MUST have been west-africans? That's retarded. The population of Egypt is not black now. So OBVIOUSLY the population of Egypt doesn't have to be West-African.

  29. BlackFistUpHigh
    September 24, 2019

    0:18 is not a alien its just flowers lol

  30. Indy Pendant
    September 24, 2019


  31. MooPotPie
    September 24, 2019

    I still contend, based on proportion, that the existing face was carved from the eroded stump of the original neck.

  32. MooPotPie
    September 24, 2019

    @caddy1010 The whole face is negroid, nose or no nose. Egypt is in Africa after all. I had always assumed that the pre-dynastic Egyptians who built the Sphinx and the two temples in front of it were black, and probably related to the Dogon as well, seeing as they share hieroglyphic commonalities. Is this not accepted history? I've seen this in documentaries going back some 20 years.

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