Tests on Akhenaten's DNA suggest that the pharaoh may be an alien hybrid, according to the latest findings.

Tests on Akhenaten’s DNA suggest that the pharaoh may be an alien hybrid, according to the latest findings.

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The results of a seven-year study sequencing the genomes of nine ancient Egyptian pharaohs were recently released by Cairo University professor of comparative genomics Stuart Fleischmann and his colleagues. If they’re right, their findings might completely alter the course of history.

Polymer chain reaction was employed by Fleischmann and his colleagues to preserve ancient DNA samples. An accurate representation of the genetic structure may be obtained using this method, which is commonly employed in molecular biology.

However, there was some variation in the results for eight out of the nine samples tested. The ninth champion belonged to Akhenaten, the most mysterious of the pharaohs and the father of Tutankhamun.

One of the genes, CXPAC-5, which regulates cortical growth, was shown to be responsible for the identical outcomes when the DNA sample was taken from a small piece of brain tissue and tested on bone tissue as well.

This greater activity in the Akhenaten genome shows that it had a bigger cranial capacity than usual, due to the necessity to store a larger cortex.

We don’t know how this mutation, which causes brain growth, came to be, but this data suggests that genetic modifications were advanced 3,300 years ago.

Prof. Fleischmann explains this in detail:

There are only two ways to decrease telomerase, which is a hereditary enzyme. Akhenaten lived roughly 45 years, based on genetic and archaeological data. Despite this, there is a reasonable but unpleasant explanation for why chromosomal telomerase isn't completely eliminated. In support of this concept, an electron microscope research revealed evidence of a nucleotide scar, a telltale indicator of repair of the DNA helix after exposure to powerful mutagenic chemicals."

According to these findings, Akhenaten may have been genetically tampered with during his lifetime, which lends credence to the hypothesis that ancient extraterrestrials visited the Nile Valley civilisation during its golden age.

Images of bones from Akhenaten’s cranium and another mummy from the same era are shown below in microscopic detail.

2 Tests on Akhenatens DNA suggest that the pharaoh may be an alien hybrid according to the latest findings.

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Bone density and drastically varies in nanoscales, with the left bone being considerably denser and more resistant to skull fractures, presumably for better brain development.

It’s an interesting finding to say the least.” So many papers and samples have been evaluated that we are confident that the data is accurate. For Fleischmann, “I’m still not sure what the data signify, but I think they can at least lead the scientific community in a route that would have been dismissed a few decades ago.”

A paradigm change has never been witnessed before if this study is right, and discovering direct descendants of the royal line of ancient Egypt who still possess these odd DNA of their forebears would be the most significant piece of this new paradigm.

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