Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Pyramids and Aliens

In this rather old piece of news, Head of Cairo University Archaeology Department, Dr. Ala Shaheen, appears to have made some rather bold statements:

Head of the Cairo University Archaeology Department, Dr Ala Shaheen in December 2010 had told an audience that there might be truth to the theory that aliens helped the ancient Egyptians build the oldest of pyramids, the Pyramids of Giza.
On being further questioned by Mr Marek Novak, a delegate from Poland as to whether the pyramid might still contain alien technology or even a UFO with its structure, Dr Shaheen, was vague and replied “I can not confirm or deny this, but there is something inside the pyramid that is “not of this world”.
Delegates to the conference on ancient Egyptian architecture were left shocked, however Dr Shaheen had refused to comment further or elaborate on his UFO and alien related statements.

The story seems to have originated from the murky depths of allnewsweb, a disinformation website that usually circulates sensational crap, and then the mindless internet drones take up the task of making it viral.

But….., is it all crap?


Andrew Collins contacted Dr Shaheeen, and he denied everything.

The Egyptologist Zahi Hawass who believes the ...

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Let’s think things through: Shaheen is the destined successor of Zahi Hawass, the watchdog of Egyptian Archaeology, and a man rumored to have many secrets of his own.
Hawass is the man who fervently denies any extraordinary claim about the Pyramids, but also denies research that could prove or disprove once and for all.

He denied further research of the wooden door inside the Great Pyramid.
He denied seismological research under the Sphinx to find the huge tunnels mentioned in ancient texts.
He denied the existence of tunnels in the Giza Plateau, despite countless photographs and videos!

How unlikely is this: Shaheen made his statements before an audience of his peers, only to discover the power of the Internet. He is cautioned (or disciplined) by Hawass, and refuses everything.
That sounds plausible, doesn’t it?

Well, we cannot know one way or the other, but the whole thing stinks of something rotten.

It was Edgar Cayce who said that what lies beneath the Shpinx will change the course of History.
I think we’ll find out, eventually. Nothing can stay hidden for that long. Or can it?


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