CT Scan of 3,000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummies Reveals Non-Human Beings
CT Scan of 3,000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummies Reveals Non-Human Beings (VIDEO)
An incredible discovery was made recently as the two mummies that were discovered decades ago were only now found to have harbored quite the shocking reveal, to say the least.
They were originally believed to contain human remains, but with time it was discovered that one was a bird of some kind that had been mummified while the other was that of a little child.
For the past decades or so the two had been showcased at the National Maritime Museum’s collection only to discover an incredible fact while scanning the two at the Rambam Hospital from Israel.
It turns out that the 3,000-year-old mummy of a little boy is not human after all either, but that it is actually a hand-crafted plant matter doll after all.
This doll was meant to portray the ancient god of death Osiris while the mummified bird was meant to represent the ancient god of kingship and the sky Horus. Now, who actually mummified them and for what reason were they the only ones mummified like this in the first place we cannot tell you for sure as we don’t know, but what we do know is that in ancient Egypt cats, crocodiles, fish and more were often times mummified as offerings to their deities so this didn’t necessarily surprise the team.
However, birds were believed to be protectors of the soul, as they are meant to represent Horus, a good deity, so the team still cannot wrap their heads around this strangeness. Article by Ancient Files