King Tutankhamun (more commonly known as King Tut) was an Egyptian Pharaoh that ruled Egypt from 1332 BC until 1323 BC. As Jon Manchip White writes, in his foreword to the 1977 edition of Carter’s The Discovery of the Tomb of Tutankhamun, “The pharaoh who in life was one of the least esteemed of Egypt’s Pharaohs has become in death the most renowned.” King Tut is best know from his tomb which was discovered mostly intact, and un looted, in 1923. Buried with him (and placed on his thigh) was an iron dagger with a golden handle and sheath and a crystal knob on the hilt that scientists are now claiming is extraterrestrial in origin.
King Tut was the son of famed Pharaoh Akhenaten (who some claim was an alien hybrid). Akhenaten was known as the Pharaoh that created monotheism when he changed the religion of Egypt from the worship of Amen (and numerous other gods) to the worship of Aten (the sun god). Akhenaten died in 1335 BC and was succeeded by his wife Nefertiti. Nefertiti was succeeded by Tutankhamun.
Tutankhamun was born Tutankhaten but changed his name to Tutankhamun after he reverted the theology of Egypt back to the worship of Amun (and his pantheon of gods), and forsaken the god of his father Akhenaten. Many believe that the young Pharaoh made the change under direction from his advisors, possibly under duress.
The dagger found with Tutankhamun was found, using non-invasive, portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometry, to contain a high percentages of nickel. This is consistent with meteoric iron. “The nickel and cobalt ratio in the dagger blade is consistent with that of iron meteorites that have preserved the primitive chondritic ratio during planetary differentiation in the early solar system,” researchers said.
King Tut was buried with a dagger made of an iron that literally came from space >> https://t.co/uk5LGyjche
— Discovery (@Discovery) May 31, 2016
There is something here that is bothering me. King Tut was died in 1323 BC. Modern archaeological evidence identifies the start of the iron age to be around 1200 BC, marking the end of the Bronze Age. Between 1200 BC and 1000 BC.
So King Tut had an expertly made iron dagger buried with him 132 years before the start of the Iron Age? Could it be that this dagger was made on another planet, and brought here by Tutankhamun’s alien grandparents? That the dagger was handed down to Akhenaten, and in turn handed down to Tutankhamun? That when Tut died, as the end of the Thutmosid royal line, the dagger was buried with him?
Maybe this dagger was a lesson from the aliens on how to smelt iron. A lesson, that over the next 132 year, would bring humans into the Iron Age.
Maybe I don’t know what I am talking about, but it seems strange that nobody thought to bring up the simple fact that a iron dagger was around 132 years before the dawn of the Iron Age. There are so many artifacts and inscriptions in Egyptology that are either ignored, or “altered” because they don’t fit the accepted timeline. Maybe it is time we rethink the timeline.