New Genetic Study Suggests The Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt Were Alien Hybrids

A new genetic study suggests a lineage of Egyptian pharaohs were subjected to willful genetic manipulation by a technologically advanced civilization. Some would call this definitive proof that the builders of the pyramids had a strong connection with beings that originated elsewhere in the universe.

Stuart Fleischmann, Assistant Professor of Comparative Genomics at the Swiss University in Cairo and his team have recently published the results of a 7-year study that mapped the genomes of 9 ancient Egyptian Pharaohs. If proven correct, their findings could potentially change the world’s history books.

Fleischmann and his team subjected the precious samples of ancient DNA to a process called Polymerse Chain Reaction (PCR). In the field of molecular biology this technique is often used to replicate and amplify a single copy of a piece of DNA, giving researchers a clear picture of someone’s genetic fingerprint.

Eight out of nine samples returned interesting but typical results. The ninth sample belonged to Akhenaten, the enigmatic 14th century BC pharaoh and father of Tutankhamun. A small fragment of desiccated brain tissue had been the source of the DNA sample and the test was repeated using bone tissue but the same results were obtained.

One of the culprits was a gene called CXPAC-5, which is responsible for cortex growth. The anomaly is visible in the image below.

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The right section shows the prevalence of the CXPAC5 gene in a normal human. On the left we have Ahenaten’s DNA sample.

It appears this increased activity in Akhenaten’s genome would suggest he had a higher cranial capacity because of the need to house a larger cortex. But what mutation would have caused a human brain to grow? We have yet to discover such a technique despite years of breakthroughs in genetics. Could this 3,300 year-old evidence point out ancient genetic manipulation? Was it the work of advanced extraterrestrial beings?

Is the mythology of ancient Egypt more than a collection of allegoric tales? Prof. Fleischmann explains:

Telomerase [a genetic enzyme] is only expended by two processes: extreme aging and extreme mutation. Genetic and archaeological data suggests Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten lived to about 45 years of age. That is not nearly enough to consume all the chromosomal telomerase, leaving behind one inconvenient but possible explanation.

This hypothesis is also backed up by the fact that electron microscope analysis revealed signs of nucleotidic cicatrix, which is a telltale sign of the DNA helix healing after being exposed to strong mutagens.”

Does this suggest that Akhenaten, one of ancient Egypt’s most mysterious pharaohs, was subjected to genetic modification during his life? If anything, this allegation supports the theory that ancient aliens once visited the civilization that lived along the banks of the Nile.

Another interesting piece of evidence provides backing to this hypothesis. The image below shows two microscope photographs of osseous tissue sampled from the skull of Akhenaten and that of a different mummy of the same age.

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The bone tissue on the left is far denser and fundamentally different at a nanoscopic scale. Could this increase in strength of the skull bones be an indicator of increased brain development?

This is an exciting finding, to say the least,” Fleischmann told press. “My team and I have submitted the papers for peer review and we’ve done and redone the tests enough times that we’re confident they’re accurate.

I don’t know the full implication of our findings but I certainly believe they should at least point the scientific community in a direction that would have been immediately dismissed just a few decades ago.”

If this study is correct, it could trigger an unprecedented paradigm shift. If aliens were actively involved in the life of the most powerful individuals thousands of years ago, does that mean they’ll return? Perhaps they never left at all.

But the most important aspect would be the existence of individuals, direct descendants of ancient Egypt’s royal lineage, that still posses the alien genes implanted in their ancestors’ genomes.

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12 comments

  1. This article has nothing to do with the original study… The research was investigating the prevalence of a genetic disorder that caused overproduction of female hormones. There is no evidence suggesting genetics that are out of the ordinary. Please read the actual study before you listen to an article summary. Or read it before you write an article that jumps to extreme conclusions.

  2. Your link to the study says that they’ve never found Akanatan’s mummy. Do you have another link with the results of his tested DNA?

  3. More evidence that suggest the Bible and other ancient writings spanning thousands of years BC are not just pure mythology but true. You cannot defend todays outdated educational dynasty forever.

  4. This is fascinating (in my mind) wonderful news to me! I was just looking at his family’s reliefs showing their elongated skulls!!! You guys just reaffirmed my suspicion s. This does, however, through a monkey wrench In the currently popular theory that Akhenaten was Moses! If that were true, where the Hebrews lead out of Egypt by a hybrid!????

  5. The elongated skull and stunted fusion of the skull is attributed to familial gynecomastia, brought on by an inherited syndrome called aromatase excess syndrome. Yes I am quoting verbatim the study. This is a genetic disorder that also induces changes in estrogen and androgen production. I cannot interpret a commonly recognised natural genetic disorder as being the result of genetic tampering, much less extraterrestrial, without proof of said tampering. If the article included a link to the images of the PCR reaction source which indicated abnormal levels I might be more convinced.

  6. Thank you Tegaric, much appreciated. I’ve found that many articles like this one, which have astounding claims and purport to be analysis of scientific research, are entirely misconstrued lately. It’s a huge perversion of science which muddies the waters. I feel for the scientists, many of whom are being discredited due to popular misunderstanding of the research paper – which are never read by the general public; instead they rely on articles written by non-scientists such as this one.

  7. As was suggested,’

    Telomerase [a genetic enzyme] is only expended by two processes: extreme aging and extreme mutation. Genetic and archaeological data suggests Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten lived to about 45 years of age. That is not nearly enough to consume all the chromosomal telomerase, leaving behind one inconvenient but possible explanation.

    This hypothesis is also backed up by the fact that electron microscope analysis revealed signs of nucleotidic cicatrix, which is a telltale sign of the DNA helix healing after being exposed to strong mutagens.”

    Another interesting piece of evidence provides backing to this hypothesis. The image below shows two microscope photographs of osseous tissue sampled from the skull of Akhenaten and that of a different mummy of the same age.

    The bone tissue on the left is far denser and fundamentally different at a nanoscopic scale. Could this increase in strength of the skull bones be an indicator of increased brain development?

    This is an exciting finding, to say the least,” Fleischmann told press. “My team and I have submitted the papers for peer review and we’ve done and redone the tests enough times that we’re confident they’re accurate.

    Its easy to be skeptical. I understand

  8. post the study please bc i have been searching everywhere and can not find it.

  9. You are so right. I wish people would at least try to read the actual studies, and not just rely on this fluff.

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