Elon Musk said that the pyramids were built by aliens

Musk made another statement that the pyramids were built by aliens. This statement caused the whole of Egypt to be swept by a wave of indignation. Musk posted a post on his Twitter page.

After such a statement, Musk was invited to visit Egypt so that he personally made sure that absolutely all the pyramids were erected by people. It is worth noting that Elon Musk regularly publishes very controversial and sometimes strange tweets on his page.

The post was liked by a huge number of people. More than 25 thousand comments were left. Even the Minister of International Cooperation of Egypt, Rania al-Mashat, expressed his opinion.

She wrote that she really appreciates what the head of Space X is doing, but at the same time she would like to invite him to Egypt to learn more about the construction of the pyramids, and also to visit the graves of those people who were involved in their construction.

Egyptologists believe that the tombs of the pyramid builders that were found in the 90s of the last century are the best evidence that aliens have absolutely nothing to do with these objects.

Despite the fact that the minister spoke rather amiably about Musk’s statement, the secretary of the Supreme Council for Egyptian Monuments, Zahi Hawas, was outraged by this statement and called the post “complete nonsense.”

Under the onslaught of a huge number of users, Elon Musk nevertheless admitted defeat and added that he could well be wrong.

4 Comments

  1. Hello, this is Alexander.
    I don’t want to suggest it was aliens, but if this was a technology created by Egyptians then there would have certainly been traces of the technological development left in Egypt. It couldn’t have been that they’ve had an advanced technology to work with stone and no other advanced technology. Scientific advancement does not work like this, because in order to create a sophisticated technology like automobile you need to develop a lot of other technologies like advanced metallurgy, rubber processing, oil processing for gasoline, complex tools, etc. And this technology used in Egypt looks sophisticated enough. The way these stones are cut and composed is even comparable if not superior to such of a modern technology.

    So there had to be some kind of advanced civilization that did it or has given the technology to work with stone to the Egyptians. But could it have come from Earth? If such an advanced civilization ever existed on Earth and then for some strange reason was wiped out then there should still have been plenty of traces left from it, because it is very unlikely that a civilization, let alone an advanced one, could have been wiped out without a trace. If some sort of unpredictable natural disaster struck it then there almost certainly survivors be left and they would very likely have traveled elsewhere and started the civilization again with their knowledge and what they’ve had left.

    So, this leaves the only likely option and the most likely one that this civilization has come from the outer space.

    Good bye and hope it sheds light, Alexander.

  2. Hello. This is Alexander.
    There is indeed something very strange about these pyramids in Egypt. The rock cutting technique that they have used there makes no sense to me. The patterns left there in rocks would have taken a long time to make if you were doing it by smashing another rocks onto them. How many days would it take you to cut and extra foot in a rock like this? These patterns show that they’ve done unnecessary work and for what if their goal presumably was to cut it as quickly as possible? And they have transported not entirely cut rocks up there and then they have cut it, but why would you be transporting so much extra weight up there, why not to cut it all the way on the ground? Who would be building like that? And the extra cuts look even polished, not rough. Why would they polish unnecessary rocks? This building technique just would be very inefficient and it just makes no sense to me… Especially taking into account the amount of work they would need to do to build this. It makes no sense unless the builders could afford wasting so much extra energy. Unless they could afford carrying extra weight and cutting unnecessary extra into the rocks and polishing the cuts for no apparent reason… But you would not do this with conventional prehistoric tools. It would make much more sense if it was built using machine tools. And the patterns, left in the rocks the building blocks were cut from, they look surprisingly regular as if they were cut with some kind of machine tool, not by the hands of ancient Egyptians. And Egyptians are just too stupid to do this.
    Good bye and take care, Alexander.

  3. Hello. This is Alexander.
    There is indeed something very strange about these pyramids in Egypt. The rock cutting technique that they have used there makes no sense to me. The patterns left there in rocks would have taken a long time to make if you were doing it by smashing another rocks onto them. How many days would it take you to cut and extra foot in a rock like this? These patterns show that they’ve done unnecessary work and for what if their goal presumably was to cut it as quickly as possible? And they have transported not entirely cut rocks up there and then they have cut it, but why would you be transporting so much extra weight up there, why not to cut it all the way on the ground? Who would be building like that? And the extra cuts look even polished, not rough. Why would they polish unnecessary rocks? This building technique just would be very inefficient and it just makes no sense to me… Especially taking into account the amount of work they would need to do to build this. It makes no sense unless the builders could afford wasting so much extra energy. Unless they could afford carrying extra weight and cutting unnecessary extra into the rocks and polishing the cuts for no apparent reason… But you would not do this with conventional prehistoric tools. It would make much more sense if it was built using machine tools.
    Good bye and take care, Alexander.

  4. Hello. This is Alexander.
    There is indeed something very strange about these pyramids in Egypt. The rock cutting technique that they have used there makes no sense to me. The patterns left there in rocks would have taken a long time to make if you were doing it by smashing another rocks onto them. How many days would it take you to cut and extra foot in a rock like this? These patterns show that they’ve done unnecessary work and for what if their goal presumably was to cut it as quickly as possible? And they have transported not entirely cut rocks up there and then they have cut it, but why would you be transporting so much extra weight up there, why not to cut it all the way on the ground? Who would be building like that? And the extra cuts look even polished, not rough. Why would they polish unnecessary rocks? This building technique just would be very inefficient and it just makes no sense to me… It makes no sense unless the builders could afford wasting so much extra energy. Unless they could afford carrying extra weight and cutting unnecessary extra into the rocks and polishing the cuts for no apparent reason… But you would not do this with conventional prehistoric tools. It would make much more sense if it was built using machine tools.
    Good bye and take care, Alexander.

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