Many websites on the internet are touting the discovery of what seems to be one or more ancient Egyptian coins with what seems to be the head of an extraterrestrial on one side. Is this proof, as some say, that aliens visited ancient Egypt or do these coins have a less mysterious, but still an exciting origin?
Do these coins actually prove the existence of aliens, as scientists all over the world are still unable to explain them? A set of Egyptian coins could actually determine that an alien race once has visited the planet Earth, maybe thousands of years ago, according to conspiracy theorists. The idea which says that aliens have continued monitoring the planet Earth was popular for some time, but now UFO hunters claim that alien life could probably be walking among us.
A group of people that were working on the renovation of a house in southern Egypt found some very rare coins. These coins are unique in its kind, and they have images of a strange human figure. So far, no one could actually explain the origin of these parts.
One coin shows the head of an extraterrestrial being, which has enormous hollow eyes and a big, bald head. The other coin shows a spaceship hovering above the ground.
The alleged reasons why aliens decided to roam the Earth are different. A lot of people believe that the intention of aliens is to create a war against human beings, as well as wipe out society so that they can overtake the planet and built a more civilized society. The words carved on the back of one of the coins are "OPPORTUNUS Adest". This is Latin for ‘it is here in due time.’
The sightings of UFOs go on with taking place all over the world almost every year, which leads conspiracy lovers to believe that aliens have touched down on the planet Earth. A lot of people interpret the message on the coins with the meaning that there is a planned return of the alien race at some time in the future.
Also, there is information which still comes out regarding the finding, but nothing is still confirmed. As far as it is known, all this could be a hoax.
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