The ancient tomb of Tutankhamun was officially discovered in 1922 but ever since then, experts have tried to effectively explain the many discoveries that ensued shortly after.
Take for example all of these artifacts that were uncovered in the tomb. For the most part, they may not seem all that special as most any other pharaoh was also surrounded by strange artifacts, but none are as strange as these ones, to say the least.
Just take a look at this strange ring that was uncovered right next to the young pharaoh’s head. The materials used for its construction are strange enough but even stranger than that is the actual strange humanoid creature that is depicted on it.
The Egyptologists that uncovered it stated that this was all just a misunderstanding as that is just a representation of Ptah, the ancient Egyptian god, but that still doesn’t explain its strange alien look like no other depictions of the Egyptian God even resemble this, to begin with.
The ring is said to date back to 600 BC as far as we know and the ancient god Ptah is said to have lived on our planet around five to fifteen thousand years ago.
This ring has been used in a lot of arguments to prove the fact that the ancient Egyptians were very in tune with the extraterrestrial beings of their time, as they essentially worshiped these beings as Gods at the time.
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