Friday, December 22, 2017

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

What makes up a great beach all depends on the traveler. Some prefer wide, open beaches with throngs of things to do and people to watch, while others prefer deserted shorelines with calm waters.

This is the 10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World.

1. Navagio Beach, Greece

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

This beach started as a ship wreck that has always being suspected of smuggling contraband cigarettes. It is also known as the smugglers’ cove which is the most famous beach in Greece. It can only be accessed by boat. The boat shipwrecked in 1980 when it hit rocks due to bad weather.

If you plan on going there, make sure to carry your necessities as you won’t find any facilities there.

Also, remember to carry a sun umbrella as the heat that radiates from the white cliffs is unbearable, and there is no shade on this beach.

2. Half Moon Bay, Jamaica

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

Enjoy activities like horseback riding, snorkeling or just relax on the crystal clear water beach.

Jamaica is known for its reggae culture, and you can be sure to enjoy the culture on the beach from the many hotels and resorts that hold reggae concerts.

The beach is always quiet and peaceful in the evenings, and you can get away from the town’s hustle and bustle and just relax.

3. Myrtos Beach, Kefalonia

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

This beach is considered as one of the most famous beaches in Greece. It is surrounded by majestic green cliffs, and its floor is made of tiny white pebbles.

The sea waters change color from dark blue to electric blue and turquoise, and the views that Myrtos beach offers are always mesmerizing each day.

This beach can easily be reached via a private boat, or by road with a motorbike or public means. Here you will experience the most romantic sunset.

4. Morro de Sao Paulo, Brazil

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

This beach is packed with numerous numbers of restaurants, shops and, small agencies. One remarkable thing is that no cars are allowed on this part of the island. The only mode of transport is wheelbarrows which ferry tourists’ luggage.

There are two ways you can access this island: you can take a 2-hour Catamaran but if you tend to get sea sick avoid this option and for the second one where you take a 40 min calm boat ride, 1.5 hours air conditioned bus ride followed by a 12min speed boat ride.

Once you get off the boat, you will have to pay a tourist tax of $4. Plan to visit this beach during the summer months when the temperatures are warm and the beach is filled with party goers.

While on their beaches, enjoy diving, banana boating, snorkeling, surfing or visit the light house for amazing views.

5. Grace Bay, Providenciales Island

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

You will find most of Providenciales resorts and hotel around this beach. Nearly all the luxurious hotels are found here. It also houses banks and gift shops. The unfortunate thing about Providenciales is that they don’t have public transport.

If you want to get to the beach, you will have to either use a bike, walk, hire a rental vehicle or go by taxi.

The beauty of Grace Bay is that it is pretty easy to navigate and is smaller in size so, you can easily walk. Just remember that the sun can be quite intense.

6. Omaha Beach in Normandy, France

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

This is the arena where the final defining moments of the Second World War played out. Located across the English Channel, it is from here that the Allied forces were able to dislodge the German army from France.

The best way to get the significance of the events that took place here is to take a guided tour, even without being a war buff, a trip to the American Cemetery and Memorial is a somber experience that brings into sharp focus the sacrifices made for us to have the world we have today.

7. White Haven Beach, Australia

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

The startling white sand of Whitehaven Beach in Australia is 98% white silica. This, however, is not the only reason why this pristine stretch of beach should be top of any tourist list.

It is part of the Great Barrier Reef and can be accessed by helicopter, seaplane or boat with each trip offering unique views.

As part of a protected park, the beauty of the place can be enjoyed from the comfort of an organized cruise ship trip.

Other activities include snorkeling off the reef with its rich marine life, traveling in a high-speed catamaran or going on a guided hike on Hill Inlet.

8. Tulum Beach in Mexico

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

This beach is like a giant aquarium offering excellent snorkeling opportunities. Its other attractions include the well preserved Mayan ruins on a 45foot cliff overlooking the sea and the fabulous beaches where you can laze and soak in the sun.

For the adventurous, their explorer appetite will be whetted by exploring the caves and caverns in Sac Actun.

With plenty of good quality hotels that offer both local and international cuisine, tourists are spoilt for choice. There are also cultural and themed tours to educate and entertain visitors.

For those interested in wildlife, Tulum Monkey Sanctuary and Dolphineris Tulum are just some of the places to visit.

9. Aharen Beach on Tokashiki Island, Japan

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

It’s a place of beauty with its sparkling white sand. The water is so clear that you will have no spotting the blue and black schools of fish that abound here.

It does not end there as tourists can explore the wild nature of the island which includes amazing grottoes.

One can also take a kayak to sea under an experienced guide. There are also other sparsely islands nearby that can be explored after a boat ride.

10. Ko Phi Phi Don Island

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In The World

It’s the largest in the Ko Phi Phi archipelago and the only one with permanent residents in the group of Phi Phi islands.

It is part of Thailand but to get to it; one has to take a 90-minute ferry ride from the mainland or the island of Phuket.

For some time the island has acted as a magnet for tourists. From its natural beauty, this limestone island offers various activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving for those who wish to explore its excellent marine life.

Other physical activities include cliff climbing. For the more laid back, relaxing on the beach and sampling the local delicacies as well as shopping in the numerous tourist shops will make your trip worthwhile. -ggp

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Monday, December 18, 2017

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

Ever dreamt of having your very own salon, bowling alley, or high-tech swimming pool in the comforts of your home? Well, on this list, you’ll see the world’s most luxurious and expensive homes built only for the royalty and the ultra rich.

1. Buckingham Palace ($1.55B)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

The most expensive house in the world is none other than Buckingham Palace, the residence of Queen Elizabeth II.

This palace built in 1703, has a total of 775 rooms, 52 bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, 19 state rooms, and 280 rooms for the offices and staff rooms — a massive structure built only for royalty!

2. Antilla, Mumbai, India ($1B)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

Mukesh Ambani, one of the richest businessmen in India put up his own skyscraper, which he paid $1 billion to construct.

This house has a “health floor”, six levels of underground parking, and multiple helipads. It’s so massive that it requires a staff of 600 to keep the home in top shape.

3. Villa Leopolda, Villefranche-sur-mer, France ($750M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

This home, named after King Leopold II of Belgium, is known as the most expensive and biggest French villa on earth.

It is built on a 20-acre land and provides a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean Sea.

4. Kensington Palace Gardens, London, U.K. ($222M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

This luxurious home is owned by Tamara, the daughter of Formula One billionaire Bernie Ecclestone.

The amazing features of the house include amenities such as a bowling alley, nightclub and even a bathtub made of Amazonian crystals.

5. One Hyde Park, London, U.K. ($221M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

One Hyde Park is known to be one of the most extravagant and costly apartments. It has leisure facilities such as an abundance of relaxation rooms, exercise studios, and entertainment rooms.

6. Ellison Estate, Woodside, California ($200M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

Named after its billionaire owner and Oracle founder Larry Ellison, this estate is Japanese-inspired with its very own man-made lake and facilities such as a bath house and a tea house. The property has ten buildings in total.

7. Broken O Ranch, Augusta ($132.5M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

The worth of this multi-million dollar house is just an estimate because its actual price is protected by state laws.

However, its features include an abundance of horse stables and land area big enough to cater to an aggregate of 4,500 cattle.

8. Blossom Estate, Palm Beach, Florida ($130M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

This extravagant estate owned by Ken Griffins is definitely the perfect home to relax and rejuvenate. It has a tennis court and, of course, its very own dock.

9. Xanadu 2.0, Seattle, Washington ($120.5M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

This high-end home equipped with advanced technology is owned by the richest man in the world Bill Gates. This massive cabin was constructed over a span of 7 years.

It has amenities such as a 2,500 square-foot gym and a 60-foot indoor swimming pool.

10. Mountain Home Road, Woodside, California ($117.5M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

Owned by Masayoshi Son, this $117.5 estate can even be considered a small community with its very own building for retreats, a detached library, and of course, a swimming pool and tennis court.

11. Further Lane de Menil, East Hampton, N.Y. ($103M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

Further Lane de Menil is a 40-acre property bought by billionaire Ron Baron from Adelaide de Menil and Edmund Carpenter.

12. Silicon Valley Mansion, Los Altos Hills, California ($100M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

Russian billionaire Yuri Milner, who has a net worth of $1B, bought a $100M home in the US. It has both an inside and outside pool and a tennis pavilion.

Despite making one of the biggest purchases for a single home in America, this tycoon’s primary residence is still in Moscow with his wife and daughters.

13. Maison de L’Amitie, Palm Beach, Fla. ($95M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

Worth a total of $94M, this oceanfront property boasts of not only a colossal ballroom but also a conservatory. This luxurious palm estate was originally owned by Donald Trump but then was bought by a Russian tycoon for a total of $95M.

14. Promised Land, Montecito, California ($88M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

This 42-acre property is owned by none other than the Queen of Media, Oprah Winfrey. Not only does the Promised Land in Montecito have its very own man-made lake, it also has both an indoor and outdoor theater.

15. 15 Central Park West, New York, N.Y. ($45M)

15 Most Expensive Houses in the World

This multi-million penthouse owned by hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb is known to be one of the most exclusive and lavish addresses in New York.

What makes it stand out is that this ultra luxurious building is also the home of some of today’s elite billionaires. -rr

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Sunday, October 8, 2017

10 Bizarre Restaurants Around the World

Next time you are looking for an unusual evening out, be sure to check out one of these restaurants. If you have any experience of any of them, be sure to let us know.

1. Nyotaimori Restaurants

Nyotaimori Restaurants

In Japan there are many restaurants that follow the Nyotaimori practice of serving food on human bodies usually naked.

Before becoming a living sushi platter, the person is trained to lie down for hours without moving. She or he must also be able to withstand the prolonged exposure to the cold food.

Body hair, including pubic hair, would also be shaved, as a display of pubic hair may be seen as a sexual act.

Before service, the individual would take a bath using a special fragrance-free soap and then finish off with a splash of cold water to cool the body down somewhat for the sushi.

2. Hitler’s Cross

Hitler’s Cross

Hitler’s cross a cafe in Mumbai, India, complete with swastika logo was the brainchild of Puneet Sabhlok, a novice restaurateur, who said he wanted a catchy café name to sell his $3 to $4 plates of crostini tonno, pear & ricotta salad and pannacotta.

So he went with Hitler’s Cross. “Hitler is a catchy name. Everyone knows Hitler,” he explained in an interview.

After intense pressure from the ADL, German & Israeli diplomats, and India’s Jewish community, the cafe’s name was changed to “The Cross”.

3. Modern Toilet

Modern Toilet

Modern Toilet, a restaurant in Taiwan, every customer sits on a stylish acrylic toilet (lid down) designed with images of roses, seashells or Renaissance paintings.

Everyone dines at a glass table with a sink underneath. The servers bring your meal atop a mini toilet bowl (quite convenient, as it brings the food closer to your mouth), you sip drinks from your own plastic urinal (a souvenir), and soft-swirl ice cream arrives for dessert atop a dish shaped like a squat toilet.

According to the manager, “it’s supposed to shock and confuse the senses”.

4. New Lucky

New Lucky

The bustling New Lucky Restaurant in Ahmadabad is famous for its milky tea, its buttery rolls and the graves between the tables.

Krishan Kutti Nair has helped run the restaurant built over a centuries-old Muslim cemetery for close to four decades, but he doesn’t know who is buried in the cafe floor.

Customers seem to like the graves, which resemble small cement coffins. The graves are painted green, stand about shin-high, and every day the manager decorates each of them with a single dried flower.

They’re scattered randomly across the restaurant. The waiters know the floor plan like a bus driver knows his route, and they’ve mastered the delicate dance of shimmying between graves with a tray of hot tea in each hand.

5. Christian Cafe

Christian Cafe

In Japan, Christianity is still a novelty, so they’ve turned it into a theme-restaurant in Shinjuku. This place looks like a church and is full of religious imagery and statues, which makes it an unorthodox venue for knocking back cocktails.

Worth a visit, (but you might feel compelled to behave yourself.) Christian Cafe is decorated with statues of saints, the Virgin Mary and thing mostly commonly found in Catholic churches.

6. Hobbit House

Hobbit House

Located in Manila’s one time red light district Malate, the Hobbit House, found at 1801 Mabini Street, at the corner of Remedios Street, is staffed entirely by midgets.

Billing itself as The only restaurant in the world owned, managed and staffed entirely by Hobbits, the Hobbit House has managed to survive in an ultra competitive area with its unique offer of fine dining, diverse offerings of live music and, of course, its unforgettable staff of Hobbits.

7. Dinner In The Sky

Dinner In The Sky

Dinner In The Sky is for people who expect more from their restaurants than four concrete walls and a solid floor.

Instead, diners perch around a massive table, which is suspended from a crane high up in the air. It sounds completely insane, but as the most unusual – and entirely legal – way of getting high over dinner, it is the new must-do experience for the super-rich and adventure-hungry who yearn for something a little more extreme at mealtimes.

Although based in Belgium, the “restaurant” can be driven to any destination in the world. There have already been dining events in Paris and Brussels, while New York and Niagara Falls are on the agenda.

8. Eternity Restaurant

Eternity Restaurant

The coffin restaurant, called Eternity, is the work of a funeral parlour in the town of Truskavets, in the west of the country near the Polish border.

The undertakers hope that their restaurant will be confirmed as the world’s biggest coffin, attracting tourists to a region best known for its mineral-rich bathing waters.

Morbid diners can browse the funeral paraphernalia before ordering from a menu that includes “Nine Day” and “Forty Day” salads – named after local mourning rituals – and an ominous-sounding dish called “Let’s meet in paradise”.

Single candles on the tables contribute to the funereal mood.

9. Dick’s Last Resort

Dick’s Last Resort

Dick’s Last Resort is a small bar and restaurant chain in the United States, known for its intentional employment of an obnoxious staff and the use of vulgar decor.

The chain consists of seven restaurants, including one near Petco Park, California and another inside the Excalibur Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, which is affectionately referred to as “The Shame O’ The Strip”.

The restaurant, which uses picnic-style tables and no tablecloths, has its origins in the owners’ original opening of a “fine-dining” establishment.

The establishment was a failure, which resulted in bankruptcy. Rather than continue with the upscale restaurant motif, the owners retooled their efforts and decided to “go sloppy”.

Patrons of Dick’s are expected to be insulted, or placed in uncomfortable situations. Adult bibs and larger paper hats, representing condoms in their shape, are given to diners to wear during their stay.

While there are no napkins on the tables, they are generally thrown directly at the customers by the serving staff.

10. Dans Le Noir

Dans Le Noir

BlackDans le Noir means “in the dark” in French, and that is exactly how you eat at this restaurant which can be found in Moscow, Paris, and London.

According to one review: Nothing can prepare you for the uniqueness of Dans Le Noir? It works like this; you meet in the tall-ceilinged entrance bar, put your phones and anything else that might emit light in a locker, then order from the ‘surprise’ menu where you don’t know what you’ll get.

Then you’re led through three sets of black drapes and to your table. You can’t see a thing. Nothing.

Leaving you to rely wholly on the remaining four senses, and the blind waiter or waitress assigned to you. You’ve never tasted food like this before, that’s for sure.

And because you can’t see who’s next to you, everyday judgments and fears are removed and chatting to your neighbors becomes irresistible. -listverse

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

10 Hottest Hollywood Actresses 2017

Sexy is seen through the eyes of lust while hotness is the attire of a personality. Sexy refers to only body while someone with a great sense of wisdom, style, and looks (with a bird eye view of body) is thought to be hot.

Majority of the women like to dress up short to look hot not to attract men but because they like their body that way. The sensuality is all about looking extremely attractive with feeling amazing about oneself.

The Hollywood industry is full of hot actresses with great self-worth and confidence.

Following is the list of top 10 hottest Hollywood actresses of 2017.

10. Francia Raisa

Francia Raisa

Francia is a phenomenal actress having all of the attributes of a young hot lady. Born in 1988, this hottie has appeared in so many big movies like “The Secret Life of American Teenager”, “Dirty Lies”, “Bring It On: All or Nothing” and “The Secret Life of Emily Blair”.

9. Amber Heard

Amber Heard

The killing hot looks of Amber could not save even Johnny Depp. The Rum Diary was the hit film on which Amber met Johnny and became Mrs. Depp until Jan 2017.

Amber was born in 1986, in Austin, Texas. With an English, Irish, Scottish, German, and Welsh ancestry, Heard comes at number 9 on our list of hottest Hollywood actresses of 2017.

She involved in social activism for causes such as LGBT rights and Habitat for Humanity. Also, she’s one of the most beautiful woman in the world today.

8. Imogen Poots

Imogen Poots

Imogen Poots is the new sensation that surely staying for decades now. This beautiful actress is originally from England and reserves 8th place on our list of top 10 hottest Hollywood actress of 2017.

Need for Speed are the most famous movies of her. Being born in the family of producers and models this young actress got her carrier all sorted out soon after the school.

Other than acting, the actress has been involved in certain fashion advertising activities.

7. Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson

When beauty and hotness combine, something like Scarlett is born. Scarlet is one of the most rated and famous actress of the Hollywood family.

Miss Johansson is known as a ‘hottie’ not only in the acting industry but in fashion industry too. A lot of fashion magazines display her as their cover picture.

She has been mentioned in the list of the most hot and sexy women of Hollywood. This 31 year old actress has performed in hit movies like “The Avengers, Iron Man and Captain America”.

6. Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie

Well, who could forget the crazy, hot actress of Suicide Squad? Margot certainly has killing looks making the young and adults go crazy after.

She had a good leading role in The Wolf of Wallstreet alongside Leonardo di Caprio. Her other hits are “The Legend of Tarzan” and “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” and luckily both did great on the box office.

5. Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts

February 10, 1991 is the date of birth of multi-talented Emma Roberts. This great American singer and television actress started her carrier in film industry as well.

Her film in 2016 “Nerve” was quite a hit on box office. “The Billionaire’s Club” is the new thrilling movie everyone should watch of this hot actress.

From eyes to her feet everything about Emma Roberts has a sensation of hotness well-absorbed in it.

4. Hailee Steinfeld

Hailee Steinfeld

Hailee is one of the most profound yet hottest Hollywood actresses of 2017. Having an extra ordinary height of 5’7 and a sharp body makes her much more desirable than any other woman.

Hailee started appearing in films since her early age making it to big movies like Romeo & Juliet soon after.

Steinfeld performed in the famous ever movie Pitch Perfect 3 as Emily Junk which was appreciated.

The best part about Hailee is she’s an ambitious woman who’d like to extend her carrier and experience multi-dimensional life as she looks forward to become a director.

3. Emmy Rossum

Emmy Rossum

The Day after Tomorrow, The Phantom of the Opera, Dragonball: Evolution are the movies Miss Rossum is best known for.

This dazzling and glaring actress is often the focus of youth all over the world. Rossum’s body shape is what every woman wants to adapt in.

2. Chloe Grace Moretz

Chloe Grace Moretz

Deep eyes, sharp nose and beautiful lips are the sharpest features that define Chloe’s hot personality. The actresses is born in 1997 in Atlanta to nurse and surgeon parents respectively.

Other than having attractive features, her greatest quality is her height, is 5’4. Chloe’s first appearance was in The Guardian, though her biggest yet most famous role was in The Amityville Horror.

Kick ass, Kick ass 2 and The Hunger Games are the most famous movies of hers. The young actress continues to aspire her following.

1. Alexandra Daddario

Alexandra Daddario

Amazing eyes, sexy figures with 5’8 height, Alexandra Daddario top our list of hottest Hollywood actresses of 2017.

Alexandra is of Italian, English, Czech, and Irish descent. She’s one of the most beautiful actresses in the world as will as the most beautiful women in the world today. -wonderslist

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

10 Signs Aliens Could Have Influenced Ancient Egypt

Modern science still cannot explain some of the Egyptians’ accomplishments, one of them being the building of a perfectly structured pyramid.

Their development is actually so unusual that some people believe it’s a possibility that ancient Egypt was a potential destination for extraterrestrial life.

It would be a great explanation for every advanced methods that the Egyptians must have used to accomplish all they did.

Granted, definitive physical proof that aliens indeed visited Egypt in the past might very well be covered up by world governments, but there are still signs that point to alien contribution to ancient Egypt, and these are ten of the most exciting:

1. Ancient Artifacts

Ancient Artifacts

Ancient artifacts were allegedly found in the former home of Sir William Petrie, aka Flinders Petrie, who is considered one of the best Egyptologists in history.

The items found at his old house in Jerusalem were rumored to be of unearthly origin.

Among the items were two mummified bodies, allegedly of extraterrestrials, as well as items featuring symbols that could not be explained.

The artifacts were taken from Petrie’s home by Jerusalem’s Rockefeller Museum and are said to be kept secret by them.

Being one of the best archaeologists of all time, it is hard to imagine that Petrie would have hidden the items if they weren’t of massive importance.

His reputation has fueled the rumors of extraterrestrial life in Egypt even more.

In the end, physical proof is very hard to find, but we should always remember that evidence of high importance isn’t really accessible by the public.

However, these ten signs do help us form a strong argument that the Egyptian people didn’t score so many major accomplishments on their own.

The findings create a pattern that is consistent with logic and are attracting more people every day to invest in the mysteries of ancient Egypt.

2. Hieroglyphs On Spaceships

Hieroglyphs On Spaceships

Another important factor that has raised more questions regarding aliens in ancient Egypt is the alleged finding of Egyptian hieroglyphs on both the Roswell UFO and the one witnessed at Rendlesham Forest.

The symbols found in the Roswell UFO, which supposedly crashed in 1947, apparently match up with those seen on the Rendlesham object in 1980.

In particular, a triangle with two spheres was allegedly found on both these UFOs.

Why would two UFOs that crashed 33 years apart share similar, if not the same, ancient symbols?

If information was disclosed and the symbols were proven to be linked, it would be more than a coincidence, and it would present some serious implications about ancient Egyptian society.

However, the hieroglyphs on these two UFOs still reinforce the suspicion that has risen on the subject of extraterrestrial influence in ancient Egypt.

3. Tulli Papyrus

Tulli Papyrus

The Tulli Papyrus is potentially the best primary source that suggests an alien presence in ancient Egypt.

The papyrus supposedly contains sightings of UFOs during the time when Thutmosis III ruled Egypt.

In his description of the events, the person who wrote the papyrus says that a circle of fire approached from the skies.[8] The objects—which seem to have been some form of alien discs—increased in number but eventually left.

The papyrus is said to have been found by the former director of the Egyptian section of the Vatican Museum, Alberto Tulli.

When he died, Tulli’s belongings passed to his brother, but before long, the brother died, too, and the papyrus could not be located.

One of the most important original sources that could change a lot of things we know about human history went missing just like that—or at least that’s what they want us to believe.

Although a lot have questioned the authenticity of the document, the Tulli Papyrus remains a major indicator of extraterrestrial life in ancient Egypt.

4. Akhenaten

Akhenaten

Akhenaten was potentially one of the biggest religious innovators in human history. The Egyptian pharaoh who lived and ruled during the 18th Dynasty is famous as the one who switched Egypt from a polytheistic society into a monotheistic one.

The god that the pharaoh worshiped was called Aten or the Sun Disk. Akhenaten’s devotion for his god even pushed him to build a whole city for Aten.

In poetry of the time, the pharaoh is portrayed as being visited by beings from the sky. Some have even indicated that he was one of these beings himself.

Akhenaten brought religious and social revolution in Egypt and started a new era for the nation.

To do so in a traditionally polytheistic civilization adds to the suspicion that he wasn’t doing it alone but was guided.

5. The Astonishingly Placed Pyramids Of Giza

The Astonishingly

The pyramids of Giza are positioned in a way that is more than coincidental. Three pyramids perfectly match with the stars in Orion’s belt. Even the pyramids’ sizes are related to the brightness of the stars.

Where two pyramids are identical with the third being half as high as them, two stars are equally bright with the third half as bright. The pyramids are even positioned in an almost perfect line with the North Magnetic Pole.

Coincidence? Think again.

This positioning of the pyramids would have required massive knowledge in science, geometry, and astronomy, to say the least—knowledge comparable to today’s capacities.

How did an ancient civilization acquire such knowledge?

6. Unusual Mummy

Unusual Mummy

Another sign that excites supporters of the claim that ancient Egypt was visited by aliens is a mummy recently discovered in a small pyramid near Senusret II’s pyramid.

The structure of its skeleton does not resemble that of a human’s body. The face is what looks especially different.

The mummy was uncovered by Dr. Victor Lubeck, a retired professor from the University of Pennsylvania.

The remains were found surrounded by unusual objects that could not be identified.

An anonymous source claimed that the mummy does not originate from Earth and that it has greatly troubled Egyptian authorities, who want to keep it a secret.

According to the source, in life, the mummy served as an advisor to Pharaoh Osirunet.

Governments refuse to admit the implications that such a discovery has for human history, but they still fail to provide the world with significant explanation for it.

This mummy isn’t the only discovery that has reinforced the alien rumors.

7. Photogenic Aliens On Ancient Money

Aliens On Ancient Money

Of all the possible indications of potential extraterrestrial life in ancient Egypt, this one would be the weakest, but that, however, doesn’t make it unworthy of consideration.

During a house renovation in Egypt, coins were found that had unusual portraits on them.

One resembles the head and shoulders of an alien. The images on the other coin show an alien spaceship—or at least that is what it looks like.

People have opposed this theory by suggesting that the carvings have been manipulated by passionate believers in alien life.

However, these coins are still very possibly from ancient Egypt. And if that is the case, few can oppose the theory that aliens did indeed populate or at least help Egypt back in the day.

8. Visionary Hieroglyphs

Visionary Hieroglyphs

If you thought the light bulb glyph is the only interesting ancient Egyptian hieroglyph that has survived, then you’re wrong.

Another is said to show far more advanced technology. The figures in it are very similar to images of a helicopter and a plane.

The hieroglyph, which has gone viral, raises even more questions about the development of Egyptian technology.

How did the ancient Egyptians have any ideas of flying instruments back in their day?

There is always a possibility that the hieroglyph is being interpreted the wrong way, but the chances of that are very low, given how accurate the image of the helicopter in particular is.

It is certainly one the biggest indicators of the presence of a more advanced species.

9. Electricity

Electricity

Ancient Egyptians left behind a lot of hieroglyphs that have great historical and artistic value. But that isn’t the most significant thing about them.

There are drawings that have created a lot of amazement among people, especially among those who are curious about ancient Egypt.

One case is that of a hieroglyph appearing to show the Egyptians in possession of electricity. It depicts people holding what seems to be an electrical lamp or light bulb.

That has raised a lot of suspicion. If the hieroglyph is really portraying an electrical lamp, then how did they discover electricity back then?

The hieroglyph may indicate the scientific and technological capacities that ancient Egyptians potentially possessed.

10. Pyramids

Pyramids

Let’s start with the obvious. How on Earth did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids? Their spectacular design and structure required tremendous skill.

Yet the Egyptians somehow found a way to build not one but several pyramids across Egypt. They were the burial places of dead pharaohs.

The building of these pyramids required millions of blocks of stone, each weighing tons.

According to specialist Richard Coslow, only one stone would require ten men to lift 400 kilograms (900 lb) each. That is practically impossible.

Even if the workers all had Superman’s powers, how does that explain the amazing precision of the pyramids? The blocks were cut so precisely that you would think computers and machines were used to do so.

The ratio of the Great Pyramid’s circumference to its original height is equal to the value of pi.

So how did they do it? Unless there was indeed a mutant breathing at the time like X-Men: Apocalypse indicates, there is no possible explanation of such accomplishment without the use of an extremely advanced technology that we are not aware of.

source: listverse