Secret room uncovered behind top Egyptologist’s bookcase reveals possible alien artifacts
By Shepard Ambellas
JERUSALEM (INTELLIHUB.COM) — It looks as if Egyptologist Sir William Petrie may have recovered proof of extraterrestrial existence on earth.
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Shockingly the “remarkable relics” were allegedly found in Sir William Petrie’s home after his death and were said to have been “taken by representatives of the Rockefeller Museum” soon after. However the majority of the relics are now on display at the Petrie Museum in Camden London.
Sir William Petrie is known as one of the greatest archeological discoverers of all-time and his findings may in fact link an advanced extraterrestrial civilization to ancient Egypt.
To make it all that more interesting, two mummified bodies, less than 4ft. in height, possibly alien in nature, were found fairly well-preserved. The skeletons have “elongated heads, “large eye sockets, and long spinally arms” according to a report posted on YouTube.
According to the report, some type of “alien device” was also found with the bodies. The device looks advanced, mechanical in nature, shaped like a disc, and is mostly made of “gold”. It also has a “transparent top”.
“Contained inside is an intricate mechanism which is surrounded by gold spiral tubing that has several small gold orbs and crosses attached to it.”
There are also non-Egyptian symbols on the outer edge.
Other relics found by Petrie include stone tablets that appear to show alien spacecraft.
It is unknown why Petrie didn’t release his findings to the “general public” before his death in 1942.
These artifacts are said to have been found within the “Giza complex”.
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