Egyptian Queen Nefertiti – No sign behind Tutankhamun’s Tomb Wall

nifertiti 600x400_b9d51_lgWhen I did this blog on March 17th this year Scans of King Tut’s burial chamber show hidden rooms that could contain organic material , it was right up my street, alongside ‘Time Travel’ in terms of Interest, we know a lot about the Egyptian culture but I believe and I side with Science when I say this that it has been proven the Egyptians were not slaves and were willing builders of these amazing Wonders of the World structures that are almost an exact match to what the World found in Giza, Egypt,  pyramids of Mexico, also Pyramid structures in the USA, South America, Russia, China, all over Europe and also very high up in the Northern Hemisphere, showing us through scientific proof that Pyramids were not contained just to North East Africa, the fact they are all over the World just adds to the wonder of it all as at this time your World was maybe 500 miles, anywhere further and you were lost. For the Pyramid shape to make it all over our World does not show slavery, it shows warship, the same warship we see in Today’s Religions. I don’t think there is proof of Slavery in making the Egyptian Pyramids when we look properly

UntitledSo could it be possible? Could these new chambers found behind Tutankhamun’s Tomb have any relics to point towards Neferneferuaten Nefertiti the Egyptian queen and the Great Royal Wife of Akhenaten, an Egyptian Pharaoh. Nefertiti and her husband were known for a religious revolution, in which they worshiped one God only, Aten, or the sun disc, almost like some Religions still do today. News today suggested that the Queen to beat all Queens remains may indeed be in the same chamber. So far it is unknown with the latest scans, but we can live in hope. I love this stuff, fascinates me how we as a species look up to them.



Has Queen Nefertiti Been Found Behind Tutankhamun’s Tomb ?
Via: Ancient Egypt on You Tube


British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves enters King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Egypt.

British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves enters King Tutankhamun’s tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Egypt.



Despite extensive scans on the tomb of Tutankhamun, more work is need to establish if newly discovered chambers hold the remains of Queen Nefertiti, archeologists have said. The tomb, at the Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt, is believed by some to conceal a wider network of ancient structures and tombs.

Several leading figures believe that the remains of Queen Nefertiti could lie beyond the walls of Tutankhamun’s tomb. It was speculated last month that the hidden spaces could house organic or metal material, leading to speculation that ancient royalty could lie within.

Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani said experts worked for 11 hours overnight to obtain 40 scans of five different levels of the area behind Tutankhamun’s burial chamber.

British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves has been prominent in advocating the idea that Queen Nefertiti, who died in 1331 BC, could be hidden in the Luxor site. “I believe and I still believe” that King Tutankhamun’s tomb is “simply the outer elements of a larger tomb that is of Nefertiti,” he said. Mr Reeves told reporters the latest scans had presented “the most detailed data” so far on the secret chambers.

More scans will occur later in April. After, archeologists will be invited to Cairo to view the findings.

If it is deemed appropriate, a small hole could be drilled in the wall of the tomb and a camera passed through to give researchers a clearer perspective of what lies on the other side.

Queen Nefertiti is one of the most famous symbols of ancient Egypt and classical beauty.

King Tutankhamun’s reign lasted from around 1332-1323 BC. The discovery of his complete, undisturbed tomb in 1922 by Briton Howard Carter remains one of the most sensational archeological discoveries of all time.

The discovery of the hidden chambers has ignited massive interest among the archeological community and beyond. It could also renew excitement in Egypt’s antiquities and help reinvigorate the country’s flagging tourism industry.

Tourism has been hit hard in Egypt in recent years by political violence, an insurgency in the northern Sinai Peninsula, and persistent attacks since the military’s 2013 overthrow of an elected but divisive Islamist president

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