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Mysterious Ancient Alien Coins Discovered In Egypt

Ancient aliens conspiracy theorists believe a set of old Egyptian coins could be proof that alien beings visited Earth in the remote past.

A number of very rare coins were found by a group of people who worked on the renovation of a house in southern Egypt. One coin seems to depict a spacecraft flying above the ground while another one shows the head of an extra-terrestrial being with an extremely large head with bulging black eyes. These characteristics are commonly associated with aliens.

Mysterious Ancient Alien Coins Discovered In Egypt

Mysterious Ancient Alien Coins Discovered In Egypt

Mysterious Ancient Alien Coins Discovered In Egypt

According to Mysterious earth.net  coins were called unique because other coins have “no images of a strange human figure.”

As other UFO hunters they believe the recent discovery points to a planned return of the alien race to Earth at some time in the future.

Mysterious Ancient Alien Coins Discovered In Egypt

Conspiracy theorists suggest these coins may have been a true alien currency, and if yes, is it possible that aliens participate in foreign trades or trades in general?

Mysterious earth.net also notes that one of the coins – which have not been authenticated – has “OPPORTUNUS Adest” carved on the back, Latin for “it’s here in due time”.

Mysterious Ancient Alien Coins Discovered In Egypt

Mysterious Ancient Alien Coins Discovered In Egypt

Information regarding this finding is still coming out, however no experts have verified the coins are real.

All images via mysteriousearth.net

source:thesun

Mysterious Ancient Alien Coins Discovered In Egypt
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  • Despite the date on the coin the important thing here is verifying the authenticity of the coins themselves. I’m impressed by the imprinted ship and Being on the coins. The date is important so that the metal and castings can be verified as authentic based on known metallurgy for the times, I think.
    I do wonder why they are being touted as ancient tho. Wouldn’t that imply the coins were struck way way earlier than the 1600s? Wouldn’t that be more the middle ages?
    Anyway, I’m intrigued and looking forward to future articles on this subject.
    have a nice day

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