Ancient Nuclear War: The Liquid Stone from Egypt’s Ancient Temple of Hator

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Archaeologists found a liquid stone in the ancient Egyptian Temple of Hator. The petrified signs of erosion suggest many things. However, many ask: Is this the proof we were looking for to prove that the ancient nuclear war happened?

Why this stone is melting does not have a concrete explanation. Most would expect stones to be solid, but the obvious “flow” of the stone steps is out of the ordinary. After all, melting stone is only possible with insanely high temperatures.

hator stairs

Notice the stair’s form. Not only is there visible plaque on the stairs, but it is also heavily damaged. While some argue that this resulted from thousands of people using the steps for millennia, others propose a different theory.

The Liquid Stone from Egypt’s Ancient Temple of Hator is a radioactive substance that was released into the soil of Earth during the last stages of the Atomic War.

The principle of nuclear radiation is that it affects living organisms in one way or another. The Liquid Stone from Egypt’s Ancient Temple of Hator was created as a result of nuclear radiation, which has been proven by tests conducted on it in 2052.

The essay discusses the liquid stone discovered in Egypt’s ancient temple of Hator. This liquid stone was used as a part of Egyptian power struggles between the pharaoh and Roman empresses during the 1st century AD. It is said that if Queen Cleopatra II, daughter of Augustus Caesar, had succeeded in acquiring this liquid stone, she would have been able to dethrone her brother and father-in-law and become Egypt’s captor.

The liquid stone from Egypt’s Ancient Temple of Hator was discovered by Canadian archeologists in 2015. They were able to find out the liquid stone’s original use based on its chemical content and through radiocarbon dating. The scientists found that the liquid stone dates back 6000 years ago and it is believed to be used as a weapon for warfare in a nuclear-based civilization.

Nuclear weapons are very powerful but also very destructive. One of the earliest uses of nuclear weapons dates back to the pre-nuclear era from ancient civilizations like Egypt, Babylon, and Sumeria. The use of nuclear weapons dates back to World War II when the United States detonated the first-ever nuclear weapon, the “Trinity” test. The United States has used nuclear weapons in many conflicts since then, with the exception of a few tests during and before World War II.

There are believers that a nearby nuclear explosion caused this and resulted in portions of the stone steps melting and petrifying almost instantly. In the lower areas of the steps, where other structures would have blocked the alleged “explosion.” This was expected to prove that a nuclear war happened in Earth’s history.

However, the decay was only seen in the area of the steps. There are no other signs of the ancient nuclear explosion anywhere else in the temple. This led people to assume that the steps could have been poured with a substance that could erode stone. 

However, the stone steps were made of granite. And granite is known for its ability to resist the effects of acids. So, did the people who built the temple have a substance that would harden and turn into granite? 

We do not understand several things about what could have happened to these stone steps. However, recent discoveries offer us a better glimpse into Egypt’s history. We found proof that ancient Egyptians used cement long before we discovered it. 

This could explain why the steps flowed. It’s possible that the builders did not make the cement mix properly, causing it to not harden properly. However, the timeline doesn’t align with what we’ve discovered.

Whichever the right explanation is, we might not get them unless further examinations are done on the subject. Even then, we might not find explanations we can understand.

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