Did KGB accidentally discover a 13,000-year-old mysterious mummy in Egypt?

Did KGB accidentally discover a 13,000-year-old mysterious mummy in Egypt?

Did KGB accidentally discover a 13,000-year-old mysterious mummy in Egypt?

The Ancient Egyptians and Babylonians were supposedly visited by intellectual beings come from other worlds, and the Soviet spies hunted for their preserved bodies to uncover ‘military secrets.

There is only a little information about this strange (alien) mummy, and there is only one documentary broadcast exclusively by the Sci-Fi network in 1998, called “The Secret KGB Abduction Files.”

Did KGB accidentally discover a 13,000-year-old mysterious mummy in Egypt?
Stills from the video. This grainy video might show KGB agents excavating a 13,000-year-old alien body in the Egyptian desert as part of a grand plan to secure Soviet military domination.

The same American television network provided the only authorized opinion at the broadcast. The team of experts responsible for evaluating the video film confirmed its authenticity.

The American chain has broadcast the film only once, and there is no other copy of the video available, except for these short films that are available online, thanks to those who took the time to record the broadcast.

It is long thought that the Egyptians and Babylonians were visited by aliens known as ‘ancient astronauts’ who helped them build structures such as the pyramids. And the film would show a secret KGB expedition to Egypt as part of the “Isis Project,” in which Soviet intelligence discovered the existence of what appears to be the mummy of a mysterious unknown being.

It all started with the revelations of Viktor Ivanovich, a Russian neurologist, and astrophysicist hired by the Kremlin as a scientific advisor for the development of advanced propulsion systems.

As he tells Sci-Fi himself, Ivanovich had access to some secret files of the KGB in which there was talk of an expedition in 1961 as part of the “Isis Project.” Its objective was to discover traces of the knowledge and technology of ancient Egypt that could be used for military applications.

The mission team consisted of the Egyptologists of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, one Herman Alekseen, as the Egyptologist of the Hermitage Museum. Military experts specialize in chemistry and radioactivity, and some astronomers, including Vladimir Yuri and Sami Sharaf, the secretary of Gamel Abdel Nasser, the second president of the Republic of Egypt, were all involved in the project.

If we consider the historical period in which the shipment would take place, it is not surprising the political axis between Egypt and the Soviet Union. Already in the conflict in 1956, when Israel invaded Egyptian territory, the USSR sided with Egypt due to the Canal crisis.

The expedition was organized after the casual discovery of a mysterious tomb by two Bedouins of Magbarat Alzoar in one of the pyramids of Giza.

After entering the grave, the two victims became ill and were hospitalized. When KGB agents and Egyptian intelligence questioned them, the Bedouins repeated that they had found the “Visiting God.” Since then, the “Isis Project” became the top priority, and all efforts were organized to find and analyze the tomb discovered by the two Bedouins.

The two countries jointly organized the expedition in secret for fear that the CIA, the US intelligence services, might become aware of the discovery.

The most surprising discovery concerns the mummy. The mummy seems to have a height of more than 2 meters high, much greater than the average height of the inhabitants of ancient Egypt. And the Carbon-14 analysis by molecular biologist Boris Timoyev revealed that the body dates back about 13,000 years ago, thousands of years before the Egyptian dynastic period.

Whose mummy body content could be in the coffin? What sparked Sci-Fi’s interest in the subject was a film that the American broadcaster seems to have obtained from the Russian mafia through an intermediary.

The film obtained from the KGB archives and the high-security images shows the discovery of the sarcophagus inside the Visitor’s Tomb. Sci-Fi experts guarantee the authenticity of the film.

So what value can be given to this video clip? Is it a ‘sheer fiction’ based on the revelations of Ivanovich? There is no doubt that the video shows agreement with the data contained in the Ivanovich documents. This, according to some, would be another proof to support the authenticity of the film.

If the information revealed by Dr. Ivanocih is accurate, we have to reconsider our acquired knowledge about the cultural evolution of human civilization. Isn’t it?

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