By Graham Phillips
Exhibits how a desecrated tomb within the Valley of the Kings holds the major to the genuine background of the destruction of Atlantis
• finds that Tomb fifty five within the Valley of the Kings used to be designed to not preserve intruders out, yet to catch whatever inside
• offers forensic facts proving that the masks believed to be the face of Tutankhamun is admittedly that of his elder brother Smenkhkare
In Atlantis and the 10 Plagues of Egypt, Graham Phillips explores the excavation of a mysterious and ritually desecrated tomb within the Valley of the Kings, Tomb fifty five, which he contends holds the most important to the genuine heritage of the destruction of Atlantis. in contrast to different Egyptian tombs designed to maintain intruders out, Tomb fifty five was once developed to maintain whatever imprisoned inside of, particularly Smenkhkare, the older brother of Tutankhamun who used to be deemed answerable for the 10 plagues in Egyptian historical past, to avoid such tragedies from ever occurring back. The forensic findings from this tomb coupled with compelling new facts from the polar ice caps supply sensational facts that the parting of the pink Sea, the deaths of the 1st born, and the opposite plagues that bothered Egypt have been all real ancient occasions.
Core samples from the polar ice caps point out substantial volcanic eruption happened within the jap Mediterranean round the time of Amonhotep’s reign. different learn indicates this to were the time of the eruption that destroyed the Greek island of Thera, one of many most likely destinations of Atlantis, and that the following cataclysm might clarify the bizarre loss of resistance to the recent faith put in by way of Amonhotep’s son, Akhenaten, whilst he took strength numerous years later.
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The walls, that should have been elaborately decorated with murals and hieroglyphics, were neatly plastered but completely bare. Below, small glazed earthenware vessels, decorated amulets, more panels and numerous fragments of broken clay were strewn haphazardly across the floor. From the damage and the musty smell that hung in the air, it was clear that water had at some time flooded the chamber. Looking up, Davis could see the cause. A long thin crack running down the length of the ceiling had allowed rainwater, which occasionally scoured down the valley in rare but violent torrents, to seep into the tomb and wreak havoc.
The mis-identification was due to the fact that it had fallen up over the head when the bier collapsed, giving it the appearance of a headdress. The mummy was therefore not only unquestionably male, but also a king. So who was the mysterious mummy in Tomb 55? And why, when he was undeniably a king, did his tomb not bear his own seal? The answer to both questions appeared to be that he was one of Tutankhamun's discredited predecessors, placed in the tomb during Tutankhamun's reign. As the mummy was too young to have been Akhenaten, and the tomb of Akhenaten's immediate forebear, Amonhotep III, had already been discovered in the western Valley of the Kings in 1799, both were ruled out as possible candidates.
Although the largest feature of the burial site, Zoser's pyramid formed only part of a complex of monuments designed to imitate the main elements of the king's royal court as it had been in life. Within a white limestone wall that encircled the compound, there stood an array of religious buildings, courts and a mortuary temple where extravagant offerings could be continually made. It was not long before the more familiar smooth-sided pyramids began to appear. Various explanations have been offered to account for this development.
Atlantis and the Ten Plagues of Egypt by Graham Phillips