ok, do any of you remember the pictures of the hieroglyphics from the temple of osiris ? sorry if it has been posted before, i have not come across it
if it has.
here is a link to 1 of the sites, sorry if this does not work, my first time posting a link, not sure how to do it lol. www.catchpenny.org...
so what do you guys think of this ? do you really think it is due to erosion and filling in ??
it remains fascinating to me, i have a hard time accepting the so called explanations that are given.
look forward to hearing your comments.
I always enjoy these posts. I like seeing the ancient hieroglyphs and stone carvings. People interpret them as space craft, and they may be, who
Maybe some other members will post more examples.
Those are just precursers to ATS. It's the closest thing we had to a message board. I asked them to post anything unusual they may have seen, and
then others could discuss and leave messages of their own. Don't worry about it, I asked them to do it.
The first time I ever saw these, a long time ago, my first impression was of sea life, whales, fish, and large birds, I didn't see spacecraft. But
after my friend pointed out to me what he expected me to see, spacecraft, I could make out something like a helicopter, something like a tank, ect,
but not clearly. I could however clearly see animals and sea life. Go figure.
cavemen just dont come out of the wood work and build metropolis if you will type cities and be as organised as we are...plus hunter gather's would
not be wasting there time for pyramids just to bury someone! theres more to it then meets the eye
There was a theory that the Egyptians were using pyramids as like, gliding places and had invented 'hang-gliders'. I think someone posted that that
a pharoah died and had a broken leg and fractured skull or something that you would get from a fall from high or crashing down to Earth.
If they invented gliders it's not a great stretch to imagine that they
1) were taught this or
2) were given gliders by Aliens or
3) mastered flight?
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