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Egyptian Artefact Spotted in Nasa’s Photo of Mars Opens Debates and Conspiracy Theories

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UFO expert Scott Waring opens a very interesting debate about ancient Egypt after one of NASA’s photos of Mars showed what looked like an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus.

This won’t be the first time to spot an object that looks exactly like ones that date back to ancient Egypt, as this coincides with a previous discovery of an object that resembled the head of an Egyptian statue on the Red Planet.

Conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring claims that this strange rock is actually an Ancient Egyptian sarcophagus.

Scott used photo-editing tools to color the object, which he spotted in a Nasa photo of the red planet. 

This discovery led Scott to start questioning where ancient Egyptians really came from? He is backing up his theory with the claim that Egypt is quite similar to Mars in both the weather and appearance, so it would make perfect sense for them to move from Mars to Egypt.

“I’ve got an interesting discovery on Mars that is going to rock archaeology,” Scott said in a YouTube video about the find.

“There is an Ancient Egyptian tomb of sorts carved into the side of this mountain on Mars.

“Are ancient Egyptians from Mars? Did they then move to Egypt? Egypt is very similar in appearance and weather to that of Mars. No other place on Earth looks much like Mars.”

“So if this is true, it totally explains why such amazing pyramids are built way out in the middle of nowhere,” he added. “It’s because it was the closest home that they could come.”

What does this mean for us? Does it mean that our ancestors are actually aliens? Does this mean WE are actually aliens who belong in outer space and not here on Earth?

Well, none of these questions can be answered as Waring’s claims are not yet backed up by scientific evidence. So far, space scientists and astronomers didn’t find any trace or signs that there was once a life on Mars.

 

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Egypt to Establish Fourth Terminal at Cairo International Airport

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The Egyptian government announced its plan on building a fourth terminal at Cairo International Airport after reaching an estimated capacity of 75% this year.

The Cairo Airport Company, the operating organization of the airport, has already drawn up the needed studies to build the terminal which hopes to increase the capacity and reduce the traffic on the other three terminals, chair Ahmed Fawzy said in a statement on Friday.

Besides the new terminal, Fawzy revealed a series of development projects that will take place as well, including an upgrade to Terminal 1 and updates to the airport’s baggage handling system.

 

 

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National Youth Conference Celebrates the Achievements of Egyptian Youth

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The opening session of the 8th National Youth Conference which was held yesterday celebrated Egypt’s African Games champions who returned back with medals they won in the tournament.

Attendees also celebrated the junior handball team for wining the world championship. The session also reviewed a number of achievements done by the Egyptian youths in different fields including science, sports, economy, and energy among other sectors.

The eighth National Youth Conference kicked off Saturday and took place at New Cairo’s Al Manara International Conference Center, according to Parliament Member Saad al-Gammal, “The 8th edition of the National Youth Conference has presented a solid platform of communication between the president and all the citizens.”

The conference was attended by around 1,600 participants, the majority are of young adults, in addition to members of the Presidential Leadership Program (PLP), university students, young politicians, young engineers working in national projects, young physicians, and young businessmen.

The one-day conference was inaugurated by President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi and consisted of three sessions, the first one discussed the local and regional efforts in fighting off terrorism, while the second one discussed the impact of spreading rumors and incorrect information on the state, the third and final session entitled ‘ Ask the President’ was dedicated to answering questions sent by citizens via online platform.

 

 

 

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Ministry of Education to Launch Egypt’s First-ever Jewelry School

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Egypt’s Minister of Education, Tarek Shawky, has signed a cooperation protocol with Egypt Gold to launch the first government-backed technical school which will specialize in the making of accessories and jewelry.

Shawky further explained that this step is an attempt towards shifting the focus of technical education towards applied schools.

 

The minister also explained that ten other technical schools similar to this have already been launched but are tackling different fields such as agricultural and industrial, with the aim of changing the way that technical education is perceived in Egypt and end the stereotypes surrounding them.

The admission will be open until mid-September and eligible students are those with preparatory certificate from schools in Greater Cairo.

The school is located in Obour City and according to Shawky, four or five more branches will be opened. Moreover, students will also be granted a salary and will have two theoretical courses and four practical.

Mostafa Nassar, representative of Egypt Gold, said that there is a lack of technicians in the field of gold and jewelry making and so with the opening of the school, there will be qualified Egyptians ready to taken on jobs in commercial, agricultural and industrial fields.

 

 

 

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