New Discovery: 3000 Year Old Pharaonic Statue

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A massive 28 ft Egyptian statue has recently been unearthed in the area of Matariya near Cairo Egypt. The discovery was made in muddy ditch waters near Ramses II’s temple in the ancient city of Heliopolis. 1

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A giant crane was used to pull up the 3 ton torso of the statue. Researchers from Egypt and Germany found the bust and lower part of the head.

                                                    Photo by Neithsabes / Public Domain

It is thought to be a statue of pharaoh Psamtek I, who ruled from 664-610 BC.

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According to the antiquities Minister “Khaled al-Anani” the megalith is made out of quartzite. Quartzite is rated a 7 on the Mohs hardness scale with a 10 (Diamond) being the hardest. Was this statue shaped with advanced ancient machinery? 2

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Notice the elongated head of this Egyptian ruler. Does this point to a genetic anomaly like we see in Paracas, Peru where DNA analysis of the elongated skulls verifies that elongation was not just caused by artificial cranial deformation, but rather by genetics being that the elongated skulls cranial volume is up to 25 percent larger and 60 percent heavier than conventional human skulls – meaning they could not have been intentionally deformed through head binding and flattening? 3

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