Credit goes to Terrence Aym, reporter at beforeitsnews.com
Buried in a dark corner of the Cairo Museum is a mummy that could change the world and our view of humanity’s place in the universe. Tucked away from the political turmoil on the streets and the rising surge of the Muslim Brotherhood is a mummified creature from the stars. Entombed thousands of years ago with the body of a Pharoah, the small, frail-looking creature is easily recognizable to any present day UFO investigator: the body of an alien, mummified Grey.
What secrets did the Egyptian High Priests bury with their dead as they sent them into the afterlife on their voyage to the stars? Precious jewels, gold, food, the personal possessions of the deceased including the most devout slaves—and sometimes an alien—were all stored in the dead’s subterranean Ark of the Ages.
The ancient Egyptians were artists and meticulous chroniclers of history. They adorned the walls of the tombs of the mighty with a record of the great person’s life, deeds, accomplishments. The paintings on the walls of the tomb also recorded for the gods the worthy one’s relationships and momentous occassions.
Especially relationships with the Sky Gods and the meetings between gods and humans.
Records of alien relationships found in Egyptian tombs
Famous Egyptologists like the now deposed Antiquities Minister, Zahi Hawass, found bizarre artifacts and disturbing tomb paintings and clamped down on the embarrassing finds with a tight lid of security. Any leaks that emerged concerning the discoveries were met with denials, derision, and sometimes veiled threats.
Former Egyptian Antiquities Minister Zahi Hawass
Egypt’s Antiquities Minister, a powerful and prestigious post that oversees the protection and research activity of every historical site that spans the ancient Egyptian dynasties, is responsible for being the State guardian of ancient knowledge and what’s permitted to reach the outside world.
Still, information and photos made it past the phalanx of the many layers of Egyptian obfuscation.
Some information that found its way to the public was of little consequence except to researchers of the arcane. Other information, however, is potentially world-changing, like the paintings of aliens that adorn some tombs of the ancient Egyptian kings.
Alien Grey in the Valley of the Kings
Near the bottom of a mural: an alien Grey [Courtesy Egyptian Museum]
Close-up of tomb wall portion with alien Grey [Courtesy Egyptian Museum]
The sensational discovery of an extraterrestrial depicted by ancient Egyptian artist-chroniclers is not unique. Other such finds have been alluded to by researchers for more than 120 years. This is the first, however, that’s been smuggled out of the research archive division of the Egyptian Antiquities department of the governmental authorities in Cairo.
Other examples are claimed to be in the British Royal Museum of Natural History. If true, the London curator and staff are not talking.
Mummified Grey discovered in sarcophogus
Photographic evidence of an mummified Egyptian mummy sealed withing an ancient sarcophogus and entombed with a Pharoah, has been revealed by researcher David Innis at forbiddenknowledge.com.
Innis writes in part:
“What you are about to see is something you have never heard of….What you haven’t been told is that when the boy-king Tutankhamun’s mummy was unearthed by Howard Carter and his team back in the 1920s there was buried, along with all of the priceless gold artifacts, two ‘baby’ mummies. One of these mummies is an alien Grey!”
The short article is accompanied by photos alleged to be of the Pharoah and the two small companion mummies.
Photo series of sarcophagus and child (top), Grey (bottom)
Enlargement of the Grey’s mummified head
Photo of alleged alien mummy unwrapped on research table at Cairo University
The Egyptian culture was obsessed with the cosmos, the constellation Orion , and the planet Mars. Perhaps this mummy and the painting on the tomb walls reveal why.