Currently, a number of ancient objects and relics have been found that contradict the canon of traditional history. Among them is the famous « Nubian Egg »; an ancient ostrich egg that has amazed archaeologists for decades.
The ostrich egg shell is found in the Nubian Museum, and generates controversy for its illustrations , in which 3 triangles stand out , which, according to archaeologists, represent the pyramids of Egypt .
The problem is that the Nubian Egg dates back to 5,000 BC. C. , which means that the illustrations are at least 7,000 years old … about 2,500 years younger than the pyramids. How is that possible?
The mysterious Nubian Egg
The enigmatic object was discovered in Nubia and is believed to date from the Naqada I culture . The rest of the objects inside the tomb where the egg was found suggest that they date from 7,000 years ago.
The Nubian Egg is decorated with the drawing of an ostrich , next to what is presumed to be the Nile River and the Pyramids of Egypt .
Egg exhibited in the Nubian museum.
Although the proportion of the triangles do not coincide with the 3 pyramids on the plateau, experts and theorists suggest that this is proof that the historical canon is altered .
It should be noted that the triangles are geometrically isosceles, a shape that is more reminiscent of the pyramids of Meroe , in present-day Sudan and which belong to the kingdom of Kush.
However, the structures were built as tombs at a much closer date to Christ and are further south from where the relic was found.
This has brought up the following question: If archaeologists do not accept that they are a representation of the pyramids along the Nile, then what do they represent?
The illustration of the Pyramids along the Nile River would support the hypothesis that the Egyptian pyramids are much older than initially accepted.
Attempt at explanation
In 1988, German archaeologist Günter Dreyer , following in the footsteps of British Egyptologist Flinders Petrie , set out to find the tombs of Egypt’s Zero Dynasty.
During his stay at Abydos, he found a 5,250-year-old tomb . Inside there were several objects that suggested that the tomb belonged to the « Scorpion King ». Being that, for Egyptologists, he was just a predynastic mythological figure.
The most important object was 160 tokens made of bone and ivory with simple carved figures, ranging from trees, animals and the most important, mountains .
Tokens found in the supposed tomb of the Scorpion King, at Abydos. Credit: Juan de la Torres Suárez/Egyptomania
Although they looked like primitive drawings, like those found in other expressions of ancient art, Dreyer believed there was more to it.
Using hieroglyphics as a guide, they wanted to show that the figures were actually symbols and represented the most ancient writing system . Thus, taking the card with the figure of an elephant on some mountains and adding a phonetic value of a hieroglyph, the elephant would represent the sound «Ab» and the mountains the sound «Yu». Together, they represent the syllables “Ab-Yu”, which means Abydos.