Ancient Alien Influence on the Pharaoh Akhenaten
The ancient Egyptians are probably the most widely known culture that begs us to question our connection to the stars. Ancient Egyptians created scientifically impossible monuments with the pyramids and the sphinx that point so specifically to stars, in particular Sirius and Orion, that it has raised questions amongst anthropologists about the potential nature of this connection. The 14th century pharaoh Akhenaten, the father of Tutankhamun, declared himself to be from the stars and a God. He radically changed the Egyptian religion, abandoning the worship of multiple Gods in favor of worship of the sun, also known as Aten.
A Study Into the Genome of Pharaohs
A seven year study of the genetic material from nine pharaohs proved to be very surprising. Stuart Fleischmann, Assistant Professor of Comparative Genomics at the Swiss University in Cairo, and his team have been researching the genetic samples, mapping the genomes of the nine Egyptian pharaohs. The team used a process called Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR). This technique is usually used to copy and amplify a piece of DNA, which gives scientists a clear picture of a person’s genetic fingerprint. While eight of the nine DNA samples produced fascinating results, it was a sample belonging to Akhenaten that really surprised the researchers.
Akhenaten’s Genetic Anomaly
A brain tissue sample and a bone sample belonging to Akhenaten both produced the same results. They showed that his strange appearance, his larger cranial capacity and elongated skull needed to house a larger brain. He was found to have had a genetic anomaly that caused his brain cortex to grow. When a sample of his DNA is compared against another mummified person of the same age, gender and period, it is very clear that his DNA is quite remarkable.
“One Inconvenient But Possible Explanation”
Professor Fleischmann said “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.”
Ancient Aliens in Egypt
The results suggest that Akhenaten underwent some kind of genetic mutation. Was this genetic interference conducted by ancient aliens? To make matters even stranger, Akhenaten’s son Tutankhamen was recently found to have a blade made out of what is thought to be a meteorite due to its extraterrestrial origin.