Egyptians Wore Jewelry Materials from Outer SpaceCheryle Baviera
History has made a very significant revelation that ancient Egyptians wore jewelry materials from outer space. This was disclosed by the University College of London in Petrie Museum. Precious iron beads were hammered to perfection into an iron ore. However, this was immediately dispelled by some researchers by claiming that the early artifacts of jewelries were from the vastness of outer space.
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What are Egyptian Beads?
Meanwhile, UCL Archaeologist and Professor Thilo Rehren has discovered a new scientific fact about the so-called Egyptian beads. To date, he has this to say,
“The shape of the beads was obtained by smithing and rolling, most likely involving multiple cycles of hammering, and not by the traditional stone-working techniques such as carving or drilling which were used for the other beads found in the same tomb.”
Origin of the Beads used in Egyptian Jewelries
Egyptian-made jewelries that were made from beads date back from not more than 100 years ago. Incredibly, these components came from the vastness of our cosmic constellations. After which, these were beautifully hammered from the precious pieces of meteorites. Furthermore, these beads that were utilized as jewelry materials were already in existence since the onset of two millenniums. Similarly, those exemplary beads from the UCL Petrie Museum were discovered in 1911 near the village of Gerzeh in Lower Egypt.
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These were dug up in a cemetery that dates back from 3200 BC. Due to their antiquity, these beads were said to be corroded up to their core. Characteristically, these objects had a sense of continuity as shown in X-ray machines. In essence, the said jewelry components came from the bosom of meteoric iron from outer space. To examine these beads with unquestionable accuracy, these were scanned with gamma rays and neutron beams. From there, it was found out that the beads have unique textures nickel, phosphorous, cobalt, and germanium. Therefore, these jewelry materials were definitely made from meteoric iron.
“The really exciting outcome of this research is that we were for the first time able to demonstrate conclusively that there are typical trace elements such as cobalt and germanium present in these beads, at levels that only occur in meteoritic iron.
The second part of this article will delve around how these beads were made as lavish jewelry materials to make these ornaments more gyrating over the years.