Besides an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus, Waring claims to have discovered incomplete statues left behind by "Martians" - Credit: ET Data Base Besides an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus, Waring claims to have discovered incomplete statues left behind by "Martians" - Credit: ET Data Base

Ancient Egyptian artefacts allegedly spotted in Nasa’s photo of Mars

Tue, Aug. 20, 2019
CAIRO - 20 August 2019: UFOs hunter and expert Scott Waring stated that NASA's images of the Red Planet confirm the existence of an ancient Egyptian Pharaonic coffin on Mars, according to International Business Time.

The overall shape of the "body" spotted by NASA is similar to the Pharaonic coffins. There are also many Pharaonic inscriptions on the sarcophagus where the inscriptions were identified by the use of advanced cameras.

This is not the first time an object is spotted on Mars that is believed to belong to the ancient Pharaonic civilization. Last year, the image taken by NASA's Rovers Corsetti attracted wide attention after astronomers said it revealed an ancient Egyptian statue.
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Scott believes his "discovery" proves the Ancient Egyptians came from Mars. Pictured is the sarcophagus of King Tutankhamen - thesun
The discovery of these alleged Pharaonic monuments on Mars has sparked debates about the nature of the ancient civilizations that once flourished on the Red Planet.

Many archaeologists and astronomers believe that the ancient Egyptians on Earth (Pharaohs) actually came from Mars, as this explains the presence of Egyptian monuments on the Red Planet.

Besides the sarcophagus, Warin has found what appeared as carvings of faces and unfinished statues. He strongly believes that the Martians left behind what he called “Alien Technology”.

"It appears to have eye, nose, chin and a very extended forehead, which may have occupied a more enhanced brain," said Warin

However, Waring's claims are not yet backed up by scientific evidence. Space scientists and astronomers have not found any traces or clues that there is or was life on Mars.









 
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