Ancient Egypt is one of the most mysterious civilizations in human history. It has left behind obvious proof of infrastructure and technology that was extraordinary for the time (as far as we know). Nowadays, we’re still fascinated by what ancient Egypt managed to accomplish, and we still ask ourselves how they did such complicated things with their apparently modest technology. Modern science still cannot explain some of the Egyptians’ accomplishments, one of them being the building of a perfectly structured pyramid. Their development is actually so unusual that some people believe it’s a possibility that ancient Egypt was a potential destination for extraterrestrial life. It would be a great explanation for every advanced methods that the Egyptians must have used to accomplish all they did. Granted, definitive physical proof that aliens indeed visited Egypt in the past might very well be covered up by world governments, but there are still signs that point to alien contribution to ancient Egypt, and these are the most exciting:
Ancient Egyptians left behind a lot of hieroglyphs that have great historical and artistic value. But that isn’t the most significant thing about them. There are drawings that have created a lot of amazement among people, especially among those who are curious about ancient Egypt. One case is that of a hieroglyph appearing to show the Egyptians in possession of electricity. It depicts people holding what seems to be an electrical lamp or light bulb.
That has raised a lot of suspicion. If the hieroglyph is really portraying an electrical lamp, then how did they discover electricity back then? The hieroglyph may indicate the scientific and technological capacities that ancient Egyptians potentially possessed.
Aliens On Ancient Money
Of all the possible indications of potential extraterrestrial life in ancient Egypt, this one would be the weakest, but that, however, doesn’t make it unworthy of consideration. During a house renovation in Egypt, coins were found that had unusual portraits on them.
One resembles the head and shoulders of an alien. The images on the other coin show an alien spaceship—or at least that is what it looks like. People have opposed this theory by suggesting that the carvings have been manipulated by passionate believers in alien life. However, these coins are still very possibly from ancient Egypt. And if that is the case, few can oppose the theory that aliens did indeed populate or at least help Egypt back in the day.
The Tulli Papyrus UFOs
The Tulli Papyrus is potentially the best primary source that suggests an alien presence in ancient Egypt. The papyrus supposedly contains sightings of UFOs during the time when Thutmosis III ruled Egypt. In his description of the events, the person who wrote the papyrus says that a circle of fire approached from the skies.
The objects—which seem to have been some form of alien discs—increased in number but eventually left. The papyrus is said to have been found by the former director of the Egyptian section of the Vatican Museum, Alberto Tulli. When he died, Tulli’s belongings passed to his brother, but before long, the brother died, too, and the papyrus could not be located. One of the most important original sources that could change a lot of things we know about human history went missing just like that—or at least that’s what they want us to believe. Although a lot have questioned the authenticity of the document, the Tulli Papyrus remains a major indicator of extraterrestrial life in ancient Egypt.