Unimaginable what was found in Egypt, but hitherto hidden from the public! Valuable alien artifacts have been found as early as 2015 in Sir William Petrie’s former home in Jerusalem. They are said to have been withheld by representatives of the Rockefeller Museum shortly after their discovery became known.
Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie was indeed a well-known Egyptologist and died on July 28, 1942 in Jerusalem. That would mean that the hiding place behind the book wall in Petrie’s library was not discovered for 72 years.
Sir William was known for his numerous discoveries as one of the most successful archaeologists in history. His collection is now in the Petrie Museum in London.
If true, these artifacts could prove a direct relationship between the ancient Egyptians and an extraterrestrial civilization.
There are to be two little skeletons of these things, which do not seem to come from humans, with their comparatively large, elongated skulls, oversized eye sockets, and small, thin arms and legs.
A particularly interesting artifact is a circular device of unknown origin and function labeled with hieroglyphics, which was found next to the remains of the human body.
Also fascinating is a carved in stone head of a so-called Gray Aliens, which attracts attention with its big eyes in relation to the facial skull.
This creature is depicted with an Egyptian headgear adorned with images that seem to have addressed the encounter of humans with extraterrestrials.
According to the report, a kind of “extraterrestrial device” was found in the other objects, which gives the appearance of a very advanced device of a fine mechanical nature. It is almost entirely made of gold, is shaped like a plate and should also have a “transparent” surface.
Opening this device revealed a complicated mechanism characterized by a gold spiral hose with several small golden balls and crosses attached to it.
The mystery is further reinforced by the fact that on the outer edge of the disc inexplicable symbols were engraved, which definitely can not be assigned to any known alphabet and also bears no resemblance to expected Egyptian hieroglyphics.
It is still unclear why Petrie did not present his findings and extraordinary findings to the general public during his lifetime. Unfortunately, the enigmatic relics were sang immediately after becoming known by employees of the “Rockefeller Museum” and received unimpeded.
The “hand-picked” finds of Petrie have been released and are now visible to the public in the “Petrie Museum” in Camden London.
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