New Tomb Discovered In Turkey

This discovery may seem historical and incredible only by virtue of this simple fact of being located in Turkey and to indicate queen Nefertiti returned using a group of followers fleeing from the fate of her husband who was in the hands of the corrupt Amun Priesthood.

However, this historical discovery has more secrets to reveal. These artifact tests show statistics showing that carbon has made aging these artifacts to around 10,000 BC, which sheds a new light on the age of the imperial lineage of their ruling Amarna family.

AKHENATEN Discovery Changes History Forever!
Within this shocking episode full of historical and changing revelations, Daniel Liszt and the pyramid expert Dr. Carmen Boulter discuss the shocking discovery of a hidden site located in Turkey of an Egyptian Egyptian room that broadcasts a Strong resemblance to the tomb of King Tut and has an abundance of Egyptian treasures along with realistic sculptures of this heretic pharaoh Akhenaton and exotic antiquities from the Amarna period.

Unique images provided in this event to demonstrate that the claim causes this Dark Journalist event more essential so far and represents an earthquake to our understanding of the early years ago, rewrite history!

These royals include Nefertiti, Akhenaton, Amenhotep, Hatshepsut and Tutankhamen.

There are many essential questions concerning our ancient inheritance and it strongly implies that this strange lineage of Amarna may have already been a blood inheritance displaced by the Royal Atlantis and may be related to the spiritual understanding of high Level and the incredible psychic abilities.

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