In a shock statement, head of the Cairo University Archeology Department, Dr Ala Shaheen has 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 has refused to comment further or elaborate on his UFO and alien related statements.
Torva wrote 575 Days Ago (neutral)0Tell us More...More...MORE!!!!!!!0 points Trail-Guide wrote 892 Days Ago (neutral)0And what does Dr. Zahi Hawass say to this? "Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities" and somehow the "star" (maybe because people like to see him humiliate underlings?)
of the show "Chasing Mummies" which I did have the misfortune of watching ONCE. And that one time convinced me that yes, my Antiquities Dealer friends on th NewsGroup was correct in their observations of him LOL. I'll have to follow this one..
BTW Dr. Hawass has been accused of covering up more than he has dug up, look up "Giza Conspiracy" and then see Hawass spin on it here http://www.guardians.net/hawass/the _giza_conspiracy.htm and you will see why I am most interested to see what Hawass says in regard to the above statements coming out of no less, Cairo University.
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On May 3, 2013 members of the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure Committee and Hearing witnesses representing ten UN member nations met at the National Press Club