Ancient Aliens Taught Egyptians Mummification To Store Corpse DNA For Cloning In Future?

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Ancient Egypt was much more advanced than actual history tells us. In the glory of Pharaohs, Egypt flourished to its full extent in the distant past. The enormous architecture and vast civilization that resided thousands of years ago in Egypt are still baffling researchers. Egyptians believed that it was possible to live even after death. This could be achieved only by preserving the dead body in a lifeform so that the spirits, known as the “ba” (personality) and the “ka” (life-force) could recognize them. They used the art of mummification for preserving the dead. Although there was a religious belief behind doing it, the ancient astronaut theory says that it was supposedly done to restore the dead again back to life one day.

Reason Behind Mummification

Mummification was a widespread tradition (or technique), used not only by ancient Egyptians but also the Chinese, the ancient people of the Canary Islands, the Guanches, and many pre-Columbian societies of South America, including the Incas, who practiced mummification as well. The process of embalming flesh involved removing moisture from a deceased body and using chemicals or natural preservatives.

The earliest evidence of mummification was found in the Chinchorro culture of South America. They began doing it around 7,000 years ago, two millennia before the discovery of the first Egyptian mummy (dated around 3000 BCE). However, it was in ancient Egypt where mummification reached its greatest form.

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Illustration of the process of mummification in ancient Egypt

Ancient Egyptians were obsessed with the afterlife, they believed that the human spirit survived even after his death. Then, it met with numerous divine creatures and demons for its ultimate destiny throughout its journey. If found not guilty, gods allowed it to live with them in an eternal paradise. The mummification helped the spirit to have a successful journey, as it helped the body to stay intact. That is why this process was crucial for Egyptians and could only be performed by skilled artisans that were known as “embalmers.”

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Our forefathers probably were ahead of their times. The reason behind preserving the dead bodies could not be just a religious belief, but there might have been a scientific cause. It is possible that they somehow knew about genetic engineering, using it to return the dead again back to life. If it is so, then who told them about it? Were aliens behind it?

Science, Aliens & Mummification

Modern science has come so far that now with genetic material it is possible to create new species. Dr. Alejandro Hernández Cárdenas developed a groundbreaking technique to rehydrate corpses in order to help identify them. By using a secret chemical formula, he was able to rehydrate the flesh of unrecognizable homicide victims, including bodies that were mummified after years of being dried out in the hot desert climate.

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Left: King Tut’s body was laid to rest in a nest of three coffins placed in a stone sarcophagus; Right: Using a digital version of King Tut’s skull, artists created a flesh-and-blood model of the boy king.

Cárdenas’ technique is indeed spectacular, but it was not the first science attempt to restore a mummified body. From Ancient Aliens Season 9:

“In 1968, Robert Connolly, a researcher from the University of Liverpool, attempted to virtually regenerate the blood of a completely mummified body of Egypt’s most famous pharaoh, King Tutankhamun. His method was to combine antigens taken from a skin sample of King Tut with his own blood cells.”

Connolly, with type O Blood group was able to put the antigens from King Tut on a sort of clean slate of a blood cell, recreating whatever blood type the mummy had. Type O blood group has no antigen which induces an immune response in the body. So, he figured out the blood type of King Tut. This helped the scientists to even discover the King’s DNA.

Ancient astronaut theorists believe that the preservation of a dead body could not be a ritualistic attempt. What if ancient Egyptians had already foreseen such incredible scientific advancements thousands of years ago? They suggested that it is possible that ancient astronauts had taught the Egyptians the technique of mummification for preserving their genetic information in the DNA. So in the future, it would be possible to create a clone of the ancient mummies and bring them back to life.

Amerian author David Wilcock said: “It is possible that, at some point in the future, if your body had been successfully mummified that these ancient extraterrestrials were well aware that a clone of who you were before could then be reborn many years later. And is it possible that with the magnificence of the DNA and with all the information that it contains that you might also come back with the memories of what you lived and who you were and what you knew the last time? And that may be the purpose, which will actually be used in the future, not yet present but with a technology that we are very rapidly acquiring.”

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What Wilcock said seems like a reality. In 2020, scientists successfully cloned the first U.S. endangered species, a black-footed ferret duplicated from the genes of an animal that died over 30 years ago. This is one of the greatest achievements in the history of modern science. It is possible that with this technology, we will be able to clone humans also in the future.

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