The Cave of Hathor, the Historical Moses, Monatomic Gold & Egyptian Alchemy | Ancient Architects

In the southwest Sinai Peninsula, a location where the Ancient Egyptians once mined the semi precious mineral turquoise known as Serabit el-Khadim, the great Sir Flinders Petrie discovered ancient mining camps and a mysterious cave temple dedicated to the cow goddess Hathor.

The cave was originally opened in the 3rd Dynasty by King Sneferu, the builder of the Red, Bent and Meidum Pyramids, but was reopened in the 12th Dynasty and also used in the 18th and 19th.

But Petrie discovered something unique at this site, that beneath its foundations was around 50 tonnes of a mysterious white powder, a kind of pure ash that to this day remains unexplained.

Some say it is white monatomic gold and this was once an industrial centre to produce this material, which was ingested by the pharaohs for its incredible properties.

Amazingly, some authors speculate that this is the Mount Sinai where Moses, who I speculate is the closest advisor to Hatshepsut - a man named Senenmut - received the 10 Commandments, where he destroyed the Golden Calf and turned to into a powder than was ingested by the Israelites. So could this story be true? Watch the video to find out!

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Sir Flinders Petrie: Researches in Sinai




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Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone, courtesy of Warner Bros Pictures
An Idiot Abroad, courtesy of Sky.

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