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By Graham Phillips

ISBN-10: 1591430097

ISBN-13: 9781591430094

Exhibits how a desecrated tomb within the Valley of the Kings holds the foremost to the real historical past of the destruction of Atlantis

• finds that Tomb fifty five within the Valley of the Kings was once designed to not continue intruders out, yet to capture anything inside

• presents forensic proof proving that the masks believed to be the face of Tutankhamun is de facto that of his elder brother Smenkhkare

In Atlantis and the 10 Plagues of Egypt, Graham Phillips explores the excavation of a mysterious and ritually desecrated tomb within the Valley of the Kings, Tomb fifty five, which he contends holds the main to the genuine background of the destruction of Atlantis. in contrast to different Egyptian tombs designed to maintain intruders out, Tomb fifty five used to be developed to maintain anything imprisoned inside of, in particular Smenkhkare, the older brother of Tutankhamun who was once deemed chargeable for the 10 plagues in Egyptian heritage, to avoid such tragedies from ever occurring back. The forensic findings from this tomb coupled with compelling new proof from the polar ice caps supply sensational proof that the parting of the crimson Sea, the deaths of the 1st born, and the opposite plagues that Egypt have been all genuine old occasions.

Core samples from the polar ice caps point out substantial volcanic eruption happened within the japanese Mediterranean round the time of Amonhotep’s reign. different learn indicates this to were the time of the eruption that destroyed the Greek island of Thera, one of many most probably destinations of Atlantis, and that the following cataclysm might clarify the bizarre loss of resistance to the recent faith put in by way of Amonhotep’s son, Akhenaten, whilst he took energy numerous years later.

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The mummy's wide pelvis may well be a female feature, he argued, but it also corresponded with Akhenaten's strange physical appearance. In both the statues and the reliefs of Akhenaten found throughout Egypt, he is depicted with a slender feminine waist and unusually wide hips. This prompted many historians of the period to speculate that Akhenaten may even have been an hermaphrodite. Accordingly, the identification of the mummy as female because of its wide pelvis could equally apply to Akhenaten.

Moreover, a stone toilet vase found in the tomb was actually inscribed with her name, as were other tiny amulets found in two small boxes. What clinched the argument for Davis, however, were the gilded panels. Forming part of a shrine that was meant to be erected around the coffin, they were decorated in relief with figures of Queen Tiye, and an accompanying inscription declared that it had been specifically made for her. Ayrton vehemently disagreed: if the carved head on the stoppers really was the likeness of the mummy, why had they not been disfigured like the mask?

If Smenkhkare was the mysterious mummy in Tomb 55, then the sealing of the tomb with his successor Tutankhamun's cartouche means that it must have been reopened within a few years of the original interment. Indeed, this is exactly what the evidence from Tutankhamun's own tomb reveals. From more than a century's excavations in the Valley of the Kings, a fairly detailed picture of contemporary royal burials has emerged. Within a series of chambers housing opulent grave goods and an ornate Canopic shrine, the king's mummy would be enclosed by a series of progressively smaller wooden shrines, together with a decorative frame over which was draped an embroidered linen cover.

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