This isn’t a fake news story. It is not something we invented. And this is a real proven theory that is supported by the reality. These hieroglyphs are from Australia, which means that the Egyptians loved to travel.
But anyway, we’re getting ahead of ourselves so let’s start with the beginning.
Back in 1922, a German researcher that was examining an Egyptian mummy discovered traces of tobacco and cocaine in her hair and bones which obviously couldn’t have originated from Egypt. These were imported to Europe via the Columbus expeditions from the American continent.
How could there have been traces on the mummy first? It’s actually easier than you think. The Egyptians were revolutionary for their times, and I think it’s about time they also got the recognition they needed for their navigational technology too.
The hieroglyphs that were discovered in the Brisbane National Water Park in Kariong back in 1900 are yet another sign that the sneaky Egyptians didn’t exactly feel homesick all that much and would rather cross the sea than stay at home. Not only are these hieroglyphs Egyptian, but they’re also among the oldest hieroglyphs known to man.
Although only a few Egyptologists claim to have the ability to translate this text, even these experts were unable to explain how it could be done with this dialect.
The following video will show you all the details.