Ancient Aliens s18e20 Episode Script

Return Of The Egyptian Gods

More than 5,000 years ago,
Egypt gave rise to
the world’s first great empire,
and in the 20th century,
a mysterious woman
named Omm Sety helped bring
ancient Egypt back to life.
Omm Sety was one of
the most remarkable women
of the 20th century
possibly ever.
She moved modern archaeology
along enormously.
She claimed to be
the reincarnation
of a priestess.
Omm Sety
had an incredible insight
into ancient Egypt in a way
which went beyond the norm.
And she
astonished archaeologists
with her incredible knowledge.
They’re fond of saying in Abydos
that Omm Sety was never wrong.
And she was not.
But was Omm Sety being directed
by some unseen force?
Perhaps one
of otherworldly origin?
She truly believed that
she was bringing back
the old age of the gods.
There is a doorway
in the universe.
Beyond it is
the promise of truth.
It demands
we question everything
we have ever been taught.
The evidence is all around us.
The future is
right before our eyes.
We are not alone.
We have never been alone.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism
and Antiquities
stages "The Pharaohs’
Golden Parade,"
a glittering celebration
the nation’s ancient rulers.
The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade
was a major spectacle.
Mummies of ancient Egypt’s
greatest pharaohs,
22 of them,
paraded through the capital.
All of Egypt is watching.
The world’s watching,
and there’s just
tremendous excitement.
The bodies were paraded
through the majestic boulevards
of Cairo
to a new home, a new palace,
a new museum.
Nothing like this had happened
since the days of Cleopatra,
and the glory of ancient Egypt
was rediscovered by the world.
The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade
was intended to revitalize
Egypt’s tourism industry.
And the three-mile procession
from the old Egyptian Museum
in Tahrir Square
to the new National Museum
seemed to bring a
long-forgotten age back to life.
In the Western world,
in the 21st century,
people are hungry for
connecting with something
truly ancient and very powerful.
That’s ancient Egypt.
And what we’re starting to see
is a tremendous resurgence
and interest in the Egyptian
mysteries and the gods.
Considered by most historians
to be the world’s
first great empire,
ancient Egypt is of
enormous significance to
the ancient astronaut theory.
It was a place
of colossal structures,
technologies so advanced
that they continue to astonish,
and a pantheon of gods said to
have come from the stars.
In ancient Egypt,
one of the origin stories says
that a long time ago
a pyramid-shaped stone
descended from the sky.
Out of which
the first creator gods
emerged and started
Egyptian civilization.
In fact,
they referred to a golden age
when the gods still mingled
with human beings.
In ancient Egypt,
it’s chock-full
of references of celestial
beings descending from the sky
and imparting knowledge
to our ancestors.
Egyptian civilization arose
in North Africa
around 3100 BC,
and thrived for 3,000 years,
before being conquered
by the Roman Empire.
Over the centuries,
many of its monuments
celebrating the gods
and pharaohs
were literally overcome
by the sands of time.
But Egypt came roaring back
to the world’s attention
in the 20th century,
thanks in large part
to the contributions of one
of the most extraordinary
and unlikely Egyptologists
who ever lived
Dorothy Eady,
more commonly known as Omm Sety.
Omm Sety had
an incredible insight
into ancient Egypt in a way
which went beyond the norm.
She wrote books,
she wrote articles.
She was one of the most
accomplished Egyptologists
the world has ever known.
And she had no formal training.
I think Omm Sety was one of
the most remarkable women
of the 20th century
possibly ever.
Omm Sety astounded
Egyptologists with her
ability to accurately
predict the location
of lost ruins and artifacts
seemingly out of the blue.
Her incredible story includes
revelations from a past life,
communicating with
ancient pharaohs and gods,
and ultimately,
recovering critical pieces
of Egypt’s lost history.
There are many who believe
the life of Omm Sety
was guided by a higher power
especially when considering
it began with a miracle.
Three-year-old Dorothy Eady
is playing in her family home
when she takes a terrible
fall down the stairs.
When the doctor comes
to examine her,
she is completely nonresponsive,
and he soon pronounces her dead.
But when the doctor returns
to collect her body,
he is shocked at what he sees.
When he comes back
to prepare the body,
little Dorothy is sitting up,
and playing,
and eating candy.
The doctor was certain that
little Dorothy had been dead,
but here she was, and she was
awake, and she was great.
But while she suffered no
lasting injuries from the fall,
Dorothy Eady’s personality
had changed in a way
that deeply disturbed
her parents.
She was like a different girl.
And she started talking about
going home, "I want to go home."
And her parents,
of course, said,
"But you are home, darling."
You know, she said,
"No, I want to go home!
Not here home!"
The following year,
a family trip
to the British Museum in London
gave her parents
more cause for concern.
Everything was going normally
until they got to the area
of the Egyptian rooms.
And this little girl
ran up to the statues
and kissed the feet
and was just
out of her mind with joy.
Not long after,
Dorothy began having
recurring visions of a place
that would dominate her life
for the next 60 years
the Temple of Seti
in the small
Egyptian town of Abydos.
Her father brings home
an exploration magazine
and it has photographs
of the ruins
of the Temple of Seti in Abydos.
And she sees it
all ruined with sand
and the roof caved in,
and she starts to cry.
Because that’s her place
and something terrible
has happened to it.
Here’s this little girl saying,
"Not only did I live there,
"but it looked
completely different
when I lived there
thousands of years ago."
Did Dorothy Eady simply have
an extraordinary imagination?
Or is it possible
as many researchers suspect
that when she hit her head
falling down the stairs
it awakened a memory
of a past life?
There have actually been
many documented cases
where someone who has suffered
a brain injury or head trauma
suddenly has something unlocked
within them and now they can
play an instrument
that they never learned
or speak a language that
they’d never spoken before,
or have some sort of skill that
seemingly came out of nowhere.
It is possible that
because of the fall
that Dorothy endured
that this is what happened.
She had something unlocked
in her brain and all of a sudden
she can actually tap into
a past life experience.
Reincarnation is defined
as the rebirth of a soul
into a new body,
and from an early age,
Dorothy Eady sensed she had
lived a past life in Abydos.
While many in the West view
reincarnation with skepticism,
numerous cultures,
both past and present,
consider it an integral
part of their belief system
and ancient Egypt
was no exception.
In ancient Egyptian religion
there was a great emphasis
on the next life, the afterlife.
The ancient Egyptians did
believe in reincarnation,
that the soul
appeared many times.
Omm Sety was famous
for accessing memories
from a past life,
but she herself claimed
that much of her knowledge
was given to her by figures
she encountered in the night.
Figures that came to her
from the distant past
and some that came
from the stars.
At the British Museum,
ten-year-old Dorothy Eady
is exploring the
Egyptian galleries
when she catches the eye of one
of the world’s most prominent
Sir Ernest Wallis Budge.
Wallace Budge
took her under his wing.
And at the time, he was it, man.
You couldn’t get any higher.
And, all of a sudden, this guy
is interested in a ten-year-old?
Well, there had to
be something there
that was
absolutely extraordinary.
This tiny child
just knew everything.
She took to Egyptian
very readily.
Um, and sort of almost
paranormally swiftly.
With over 1,000
distinct characters,
hieroglyphic writing takes
modern scholars years to master.
Did Dorothy Eady simply have
an unusual aptitude
for mastering a
complicated writing system?
Or is there another explanation?
Years later, Dorothy would
answer that question herself.
At the age of 27,
Dorothy Eady takes a job
with a political journal
advocating for
greater Egyptian independence
from Great Britain.
The British had had
control over Egypt
for quite a long time.
And there was a
but-but still not independence.
So, Dorothy was
headlong into that.
At that time, there was a
crazy Egyptian Egyptomania
presence around the world.
Dorothy was ahead of them.
She was already
obsessed with Egypt.
She started working
at an Egyptian
PR relations magazine in London.
And that’s when she met
Eman Abdel Meguid.
He was a student at the time.
Eman was a young Egyptian man
studying to be a teacher.
And Eman fell head
over heels in love with this
energetic, passionate woman.
And when he had to
go back to Egypt,
he asked her to marry him
and she did.
She just went to Cairo.
Dorothy and Eman married
and moved in with
Eman’s parents in Cairo.
Not long after,
she gave birth to a baby boy
and named him Sety,
after the great pharaoh of
the 19th Dynasty, Seti I.
In accordance with
Egyptian tradition,
Dorothy changes her name
to reflect her status
as an Egyptian mother.
Whoever your
firstborn child is you are
the mother of that child.
You are Omm, the mother,
and then the child’s name.
Dorothy Eady is now Omm Sety,
and she spends
every moment she can
exploring the archeological
wonders of ancient Egypt.
She went all over.
She studied everywhere.
And she specifically went to
Giza Plateau a lot.
She is obsessed by
the Pyramid of Giza.
And she ended up meeting
Selim Hassan.
Selim is a huge person.
He’s the godfather
of Egyptology.
He liked her enthusiasm
about archaeology.
He was terribly
impressed by her.
I mean, she was no
sort of mad flake.
She knew stuff.
She was very handy.
And also,
she offered her services
as a proofreader
of his writings,
and as a drafts woman
because she was very good
at drawing his finds.
Omm Sety became a pivotal
contributor to Hassan’s work,
sketching the illustrations of
his findings and helping to edit
his towering opus,
the ten-volume
Excavations at Giza.
To this day,
many Egyptologists consider it
to be the most important study
of the Giza Plateau,
which is the home of the
Great Pyramids and the Sphinx.
Ultimately, Omm Sety
became so consumed with studying
ancient Egypt that it left her
no room for her marriage.
She sometimes would just
spend the night out
in one of the tombs
and she would bring her baby.
And of course,
her husband realized that
this just was a marriage
that could not work
and he didn’t want his child
brought up in that environment.
He asked for a divorce.
He got custody.
Around this same time,
in the early 1930s,
Omm Sety began to have
mysterious encounters at night,
awakening in what she described
as a trance-like state
to find a figure
in ancient Egyptian garb
standing before her.
This entity refers to
himself as Hor-Ra,
and he begins to
give her information,
and he tells her
to write it down.
She was writing it
in a type of cursive,
hieroglyphic script
known as demotic writing,
but in her daily living life,
she could not write demotic.
And this went on for
almost a year until she had
70-plus pages of information
in this demotic script.
It wasn’t until she sat down
with a number of
demotic dictionaries
and went through
the manuscript page-by-page
and began to actually
translate it,
that she ultimately
came up with the story
that he was telling her.
According to
Omm Sety’s writings,
Hor-Ra had related
the story of Omm Sety’s own
previous life in ancient Egypt
as a girl named Bentreshyt,
born in Abydos in 1300 BC.
Eventually, Bentreshyt became
a priestess of the goddess Isis,
and got involved in a secret
affair with the Pharaoh Seti I.
But who was this mysterious
messenger called Hor-Ra?
And what was his reason
for telling Omm Sety
the story of her past life?
What happened to Omm Sety
is actually extremely similar
to everything
we’ve learned about
close encounters with
extraterrestrial beings.
Some sort of message is
imparted to a human being
and then it’s up to them
how they interpret it
and use that information.
Is it possible that Hor-Ra
was an actual visitor
from another time
or another world?
Soon after Omm Sety
learned about her past life
in ancient Abydos,
she had another
nocturnal visitation
and was transported
back in time to her home,
and to her former lover,
Pharaoh Seti I.
Omm Sety describes
going to Abydos.
And she also claims to have
visited not just that place,
but the time that she claims
to have hailed from in 1300 BC.
Over 3,000 years ago.
It was very important
because it helped her
to provide information
to modern-day archaeologists
who are looking for things.
She knew they existed
before they were found.
The way Dorothy Eady
describes her interaction
sounds strikingly similar
to modern-era
alien abduction phenomenon.
She describes this
amorphous shimmering being
suddenly appearing before her
in a physical form
and then takes her
to an otherworldly realm
where she’s given
specific knowledge
and then is returned
to her room.
You have to wonder whether
she was perhaps actually taken
physically back in time
then brought back
to the present.
So, is it possible that
the strange entities
that were coming to her
were extraterrestrials?
In Cairo, Omm Sety
impressed Egyptologists
with her understanding
of hieroglyphs
and knowledge
of the ancient world.
But the astounding revelations
for which she would
become famous
had to do with the place
she claimed to be
her home in a past life,
the sacred city of Abydos.
And when she finally
returned there,
her insights
would prove critical
to reconstructing a temple that,
according to the
ancient Egyptians,
provided a direct connection
to the gods.
After 20 years in Cairo,
Omm Sety feels
an irresistible urge
to move to Abydos the place
she dreamt of as a child,
and which she believed
was her home in a former life.
300 miles south of Cairo,
this 5,000-year-old town
was once the chief pilgrimage
center of ancient Egypt.
People came to worship Osiris,
the god of the underworld,
who brought knowledge
to the people of the Nile.
The faithful,
in a strong tradition may
have a pilgrimage site.
Abydos was that
for the ancient Egyptians
as Varanasi is for
the Hindu in India,
Jerusalem for the Jews,
Mecca for Islam.
These places change you.
According to
Egypt’s Pyramid Texts,
the gods Osiris and Isis
came to Earth
from their home in the stars
of Orion’s Belt.
Is it more than mere coincidence
that Omm Sety was drawn
to Abydos
the place where Egypt’s most
important gods were worshipped?
Could it be that she was led to
this location because it served
an important purpose
for otherworldly visitors?
When you look back at
ancient Egyptian history
and the various stories
that the gods came down
to educate the Egyptians
who have power and very
high-tech means to do things,
including building the pyramids
and raising obelisks,
moving stones that weigh
hundreds of tons.
It would seem like
they’re extraterrestrials.
And so, that Omm Sety was
living in Abydos is significant.
With decades of experience
assisting Egyptologists
in Cairo, 47-year-old Omm Sety
seeks out Edouard Ghazouli,
the man in charge of
excavating the ruins
of the Temple of Seti I,
which is in shambles.
Having heard of
Omm Sety’s uncanny knowledge,
Ghazouli devises a test,
asking her to find specific
locations and carvings within
the temple that he and his
team have just discovered.
- Long time, no see!
- Hello, Omm Sety.
- Don’t get up.
- How are you?
Omm Sety herself
described this test
in a 1981 BBC documentary
called Omm Seti and Her Egypt.
They said that
they would test me.
The first time I went in,
they told me where to go.
It was the chapel of Amun.
So, I went right in,
and they told me to go
in front of the scene of
the sacred boats, which I did.
Called out.
They came, they found me
where I was supposed to be.
They said, "Ah,
that’s just chance."
I said, "Well, try again."
Well, they tried several times,
and each time,
I was in the right place.
It was as if I walked in
into a place where I had lived
before and knew all about it.
Did you recognize anybody
from the reliefs?
Oh, Seti!
The King Seti.
I had known him.
The archaeologists
on-site were astounded
by Omm Sety’s
unexplainable knowledge.
But what left them
truly stunned was her revelation
of a temple garden
that no one knew existed.
She asked them,
where is this garden that she
was very familiar with?
And the archeologists said,
"Well, there’s no garden here."
And she said,
"It’s over there, just go dig."
And the head excavator says,
"We know for a fact there’s
no garden over there."
And she says, "Yes, yes,
there is, please just do it."
And they started digging,
and they found the garden.
So, it’s stuff like that
just speaking right now,
I have goose bumps,
because stuff like that
shouldn’t happen.
Omm Sety remained at the temple
for the rest of her life,
helping to uncover
artifacts known to her
not only from
her past life memories,
but also from
the visitors she continued
to encounter in her dreams.
While these
dream-state encounters
were regarded with skepticism
in the 20th century,
in ancient Egypt,
they were not uncommon.
One of the key
aspects of Omm Sety’s story
is the dream conduit
that she opened up
to receive knowledge
and also to connect with
these otherworldly beings.
This is something
that’s very important
to the ancient Egyptians.
In the ancient world,
there was a religious practice
often referred to as
which involved
sleeping in a sacred area
with the intention of
a divinely inspired dream.
Stories of sleep incubation can
be found in the Hebrew Bible,
in ancient Greece,
and perhaps most commonly
in ancient Egypt.
There’s story after story
of people coming,
for example, to Saqqara,
which was a
dream incubation center.
People would come to Saqqara,
go into a dream,
and have an experience
with the god Ptah
or a healing entity,
and be cured of
whatever that malady was.
Going back to
Pharaoh Seti the first,
he depended upon dreams.
He had a dream that
informed him where to dig
to find the what was
already ancient Osirion.
So, it was not unknown
for the ancient Egyptians,
to use dreams
in a very practical way.
According to Omm Sety,
after she moved to Abydos,
Pharaoh Seti
who had been visiting her
in the night
began to appear to her
even when she was not asleep
or in a meditative state.
People would allegedly see
him in her room
as a physical person.
So, how could this be?
Is he an extraterrestrial
who is able to travel
through different dimensions
and to different times?
If the figure that
appeared to Omm Sety
as the Pharaoh Seti
was an extraterrestrial,
as ancient astronaut theorists
suggest, what was his agenda?
Perhaps further clues can
be found by taking a closer look
at the life of
this mysterious pharaoh.
Thebes, Egypt. 1290 BC.
The elderly
King Rameses I passes away
after a reign of just 16 months,
and his son Seti is announced
as the new pharaoh.
Egypt is in a period of chaos,
and Pharaoh Seti
believes the only way
to save it is to restore
the power of the old gods.
Pharaoh Seti is one of
the most important characters
in Egyptian history.
And one of Seti’s
most important objectives
as pharaoh was to
bring back the old gods,
to bring back
the power of the old gods,
the understanding of
the importance of Osiris.
One of the things
that he does as part of
that restoration of the old ways
to the multiple gods
is go to Abydos,
builds the temple there with
lots of different side temples
that are there to worship these
different gods and goddesses.
In Abydos, Seti built
one of the most
magnificent temples
in all of Egypt,
containing seven chapels
dedicated to different gods.
But when Omm Sety arrived in
Abydos in 1951, the great temple
she claimed to have known in
her past life was all but gone.
There was around
2,500 pieces of the temple
scattered everywhere,
and Ghazouli and others
had no idea
how to fit these pieces
back together.
But Omm Sety, maintaining that
she had this past life memory,
could tell them, "Oh,
this piece would go here.
This piece would go there. I
remember it looking like this."
This was an incredibly
daunting task.
But she started each day
with unbridled passion
and enthusiasm.
And Abydos was reconstructed,
according to
Omm Sety’s instructions.
She solves the amazing
jigsaw puzzle,
putting together
these 2,500 pieces
and restoring the Temple of
Abydos in two and a half years,
which is absolutely impossible
without her extraordinary
understanding of the temple.
It would have taken
20 years for anybody else
to do the work that she did
in two and a half years.
According to Omm Sety,
restoring the temple at Abydos
was about much more than
just resurrecting the past.
To her closest friends,
she confided that
this ancient structure served
an extraordinary purpose.
Omm Sety would actually
state that
the Temple of Abydos served as
a star gate of sorts,
a place where you were able to
jump in and out of
time and space.
A star gate?
Could the Temple of Abydos
have acted as a portal
to other points in the universe?
According to
ancient astronaut theorists,
a feature inside the temple
supports this sensational claim.
They point to a bell-shaped
object painted on a chapel wall
that some refer to as
the Osiris Device.
When we look at this symbol
through modern eyes,
it’s highly technological.
To the eyes of
a physicist or an engineer,
it looks like a Tesla coil.
And you wonder,
what could an image
that resembles a Tesla coil
be doing on the walls of
a temple that’s 3,500 years old?
The Tesla coil was designed
in the late 1800s
by inventor Nikola Tesla
as a way to wirelessly
transmit electricity.
But ancient astronaut theorists
suggest there is a far more
advanced technology depicted on
the opposite wall of the chapel.
On the opposite wall,
we see the same device,
but now it’s attached to
what is called
the Neshmet Barge of Osiris,
his resurrection barge.
And what’s so amazing about
this barge is that its shape
is virtually identical
to the way modern science
portrays a wormhole or
an Einstein-Rosen bridge.
The power of Abydos is something
that we’re still only
beginning to understand.
It’s such a profoundly
mysterious place.
Is it possible that
by reconstructing
the temple at Abydos,
Omm Sety was restoring
an ancient star gate?
And if so,
was she being directed
by otherworldly beings that
have the power to activate it?
By the 1970s,
Omm Sety had become famous
beyond the world of Egyptology.
She was toasted by
luminaries like Carl Sagan
and became the subject of
several books and documentaries.
Om Seti means
"mother of Seti," because
I have a son named Seti,
hoping he’d turn out
like the king.
Of course, he didn’t.
In a 1981 BBC documentary,
76-year-old Omm Sety
visits the temple in Abydos
with British Egyptologist
Dr. Rosalie David.
Due to a hip injury,
she hasn’t been
inside the temple
in almost a year.
How do you feel,
now you’ve arrived back
- after so many months?
- Oh, I feel marvelous!
What are your feelings about it?
The temple, which she was
integral in rebuilding,
honors not just one
Egyptian god, but seven
and Omm Sety had
an incredible theory as to why
it was considered the most
sacred site in ancient Egypt.
People coming
from all over Egypt,
you see, would find
their local important god
- worshipped here.
- Yes.
It may be
that the gods themselves
were coming to Abydos
on pilgrimage to Osiris.
I was beginning to think
I’d never see it again
in this life.
- Yes.
- I’ll see it in the next one.
Could it be true that
this extraordinary woman
was connected to
the gods of ancient Egypt?
Gods that were perhaps
As far as ancient astronaut
theorists are concerned,
the answer
is a resounding "yes,"
and they suggest the proof
may soon be found
by investigating
a prophecy she made
about the tomb
of King Tut.
Over the course
of her lifetime, Omm Sety
made countless predictions
that were proven to be true.
But perhaps her most significant
was one that has yet
to be verified.
In 1970, she claimed that
Pharaoh Seti had given her
important information about
the location of
the lost mummy of
an 18th Dynasty queen
named Nefertiti.
Nefertiti’s Tomb
has become the new obsession
of the 21st century.
Everyone wants to
find Nefertiti’s Tomb.
Now here’s this truth:
in Amarna, in the city of ruins,
there is a tomb for
Nefertiti there.
But her mummy
was never found there.
As far as ancient astronaut
theorists are concerned,
recovering this mummy
could be the most significant
archaeological find
in human history
because they believe Nefertiti
was very likely
not of this world.
Nefertiti’s parents are unknown.
On pictures,
she is shown with one of
these elongated heads.
Now we know
the old Egyptian gods,
they had
longer heads than we have.
And according to
the Pyramid Texts,
sometimes they left the Earth.
So Nefertiti’s parents
were maybe extraterrestrials.
This sensational claim
applies not only to Nefertiti,
but also to her husband,
the Pharaoh Akhenaten.
During his rule,
Akhenaten introduced
a new and controversial
monotheistic faith to Egypt,
where the worship of multiple
gods was replaced with reverence
to only one disk-shaped
sun god called Aten.
Akhenaten is worshipping
this sun disk up in the sky,
and he actually
communicates with it.
He said he spoke with
a disk and it also had wings.
So, the idea is that we have
a misunderstood technology here.
And Akhenaten, in the ancient
astronaut opinion, may have been
an extraterrestrial.
Some Egyptologists believe
that a mummy found
in a vandalized tomb in
the Valley of the Kings is
in fact Akhenaten,
while others say the remains of
the controversial pharaoh
are still missing.
But locating Nefertiti’s mummy
may be well within reach
thanks to Omm Sety.
One amazing idea that Omm Sety
has left us,
that is still yet to be
involves the tomb of
the Queen Nefertiti.
During a conversation
with Pharaoh Seti,
he told her that
Nefertiti’s tomb is
nearby Tutankhamun’s tomb,
in a place that no one
would think to look.
better known as King Tut,
was the son of Akhenaten
by another wife,
making Nefertiti his stepmother.
But when the tomb
of King Tut was discovered
roughly a century ago,
the entire area around
it was thoroughly excavated.
So, how could Nefertiti’s
mummy be somewhere nearby?
Over the past few years,
evidence has been found
from ground penetration radar
and other means of
the existence of a chamber
next to that
of Tutankhamun himself.
Incredibly, 35 years
after Omm Sety suggested
that the mummy of Nefertiti
was hidden near King Tut’s tomb,
evidence was
discovered that this tomb
may contain a secret chamber.
In 2005, the British
Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves,
he noticed that there were
some cracks in the walls.
And on further examination,
he came to the conclusion
that these could possibly
be that of a doorway
into a separate chamber.
And since that time,
there has been radar
done inside the tomb
which definitely seems
to confirm that there
is some kind of chamber.
And is it possible, therefore,
that this could be
the tomb of Nefertiti?
Archeologists are still debating
how to enter the hidden chamber
without causing severe
damage to King Tut’s tomb.
Once they do, will they discover
that Omm Sety was correct?
And that her amazing life
didn’t just
connect us to ancient Egypt,
but to our ancestors
in the stars?
Nefertiti’s tomb
is potentially very special,
because Nefertiti may have had
the secrets of the whole
Akhenaten lineage.
Did she have
an elongated skull herself?
I think finding her tomb
could answer a lot of unanswered
questions in ancient Egypt.
Throughout her life,
Omm Sety made
numerous predictions
that years later
were proven to be true.
And according to
ancient astronaut theorists,
she may well have been
facilitating an alien agenda
one whose purpose
is soon to be revealed.
On April 21, 1981,
Dorothy Eady,
now famously known as Omm Sety,
dies in Abydos at the age of 77.
Of her many
contributions to Egyptology,
the reconstruction
of the Temple of Seti I
stands as her
greatest accomplishment,
attracting millions
of tourists every year.
Because of Omm Sety,
Abydos is one of the most
important places
in ancient Egypt.
The Seti temple is an
absolutely fascinating temple.
It’s got beautiful carvings and
pillars and wall inscriptions.
It has the famous
kings list on it,
which is really interesting,
because this really describes
kings going back
thousands of years.
While many consider
the Temple of Seti in Abydos
to be the most
sacred site in Egypt,
for ancient astronaut theorists,
it may represent
something even more profound.
Could this
ancient structure have
once been capable of
opening a portal
to other parts of the universe,
as Omm Sety claimed?
And was her work
in Egypt the fulfillment
of an otherworldly agenda?
Omm Sety’s story has meaning
on many levels:
as a spiritual story,
as a reincarnation story,
as an archeological story.
But most importantly to me,
it says
that we can open portals
between our
earthly material world
and the immaterial realm
of the gods.
That’s the realm of
the extraterrestrials.
There’s something so
special about Omm Sety because
she makes all of these ideas
interdimensional realities,
time travel, connections
with otherworldly beings
she makes all of these
things real.
Her predictions came true.
And Omm Sety really
influenced and inspired
generations of people
who wanted to get deeper into
an understanding of Egyptology.
When it came to being a woman of
service to Egyptology,
she was all
seriousness and science.
But the esoteric part,
the parallel consciousness,
that was there, too.
And I have no way of proving
that she didn’t experience this
and there are so many
reasons to think she did.
Omm Sety is one of the most
enduring mysterious stories
in the history of humankind.
Because even the Egyptologists
say that she had something
that nobody else had.
So is it possible that
maybe she tuned into
a direct channel
of ancient Egypt?
I think the answer
to that is "yes."
Some believe
that Omm Sety’s story
is not yet complete.
Is it possible that
her life’s work was to help
prepare for the return
of Egypt’s ancient gods?
Perhaps, like Dorothy Eady,
humankind is about to awaken
to an entirely new reality,
and find that the key to
unlocking our future
in the stars
can be found deep in our own
extraterrestrial past.
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