Pictured in this hieroglyph is queen Nefertiti (wife of king Akhenaten). She and her husband were known for a revolution, in which they worshiped one god only, Aten Ra, or the sun disc. In the noted link, she stands with her 3rd eye aligned with an ankh that appears at the end of one of the sun rays being emitted by Aten Ra.  The ankh, which in ancient Kemetic mythology represents the key to the ancient secrets of the Gods, appears (sort of as if it is a gift to those of kinsmanship) via a hand that is extended at the end of each of sun ray. Following the alignment of it’s meeting with 3rd eye, queen Nefertiti holds a cup in each hand as thought she is filling it with the sun’s rays to drink. What did these greatest of our genetic ancestors know about our kinsmanship with the sun that we haven’t yet come into the full knowledge of?

Stuart Fleischmann, Assistant Professor of Comparative Genomics at the Swiss University in Cairo and his team have recently published the results of a 7-yearstudy that mapped the genomes of 9 ancient Egyptian Pharaohs. Fleischmann and his teamtfab-OTASTLIG-m1st2r-osubjected the precious samples of ancient DNA to a process called Polymerse Chain Reaction (PCR). In the field of molecular biology this technique is often used to replicate and amplify a single copy of a piece of DNA, giving researchers a clear picture of someone’s genetic fingerprint.  Eight out of nine samples returned interesting but typical results. The ninth sample belonged to Akhenaten, the enigmatic 14th century BC pharaoh and father of Tutankhamun. One of the genes tested is identified as CXPAC-5. It  is responsible for cortex growth.  The results found that, by comparison to the other samples tested, Akhenaten had increased activity in his  genome which suggests he had a higher cranial capacity because of the need to house a larger cortex. In short, he was undergoing a mutation that was causing his brain to grow.

y7a-y1k5bgl6ph3cs-aaThe growing brain theory in ancient Kemetic mythology is not a new one and is traceable to the now mythologicalized scientist known as Jacob in the Bible and as Yakub  in the Quran. He was frequently referenced as the big headed scientist. While many literature and history researchers are quick to note that people and things that are identified by definition as myths cannot be proven. Those same researchers, however, do not that within every so called myth there are elements of truths that aren’t explainable. Fleischmann’s reported DNA study, though, now establish the bloodline through which the genetics and the descendants through which those genetics run.

What were Stuart Fleischmann and his team of researchers looking to find with their 7 year study? Because their heads were so big, their study was to find whether the genetics of the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt contained alien DNA. Alien DNA? Yes, their study was being done to determine not only if those great ancients possessed foreign to earth DNA but too to determine if those genetics still existed in our world today i.e. in us – from our extra terrestrial cousins.