This most recent discovery comes to us from Turkey, which really shocked most experts out there as they wouldn’t expect an Egyptian finding to emerge out of here, to begin with. As redundant as it may seem, this discovery is quite the spectacle as it completely overshadows a ton of theories that the ancient Egyptians kept to themselves in Egypt and didn’t stray further than their sandy lanes.
But alas, this discovery proves otherwise, as it appears as though Queen Nefertiti was either worshipped here or that she had plans for it herself. Plenty of memorabilia regarding her has been spotted inside, including many different symbols and signs which tell a never-before-heard story about her and her followers.
The story that was deciphered so far tells us about Queen Nefertiti, her followers, her husband, and a conspiracy against her. It appears as though her husband was working with the corrupt Priesthood Amun, and that he had been planning on assassinating the queen herself in her sleep. When her followers discovered his evil plan, they assassinated the husband themselves in order to save her from the same fate.
The tomb dates back to 10,000 BC and showcases what appears to be a true story, although we don’t know that for sure just yet. It is very similar to King Tut’s own tomb, although there is the obvious difference in that Queen Nefertiti’s face is plastered everywhere instead.
Some even believe that the face of Pharaoh Akhenaten is on every statue around and the discovery of artifacts relating to the time of the Amarna family brings a whole new layer to their ancient history, to say the least.
This is definitely going in the books of history as it appears as though newfound information about Queen Nefertiti has been discovered in the most unlikely of places. Dark Journalism has already taken it into consideration and as time proceeds more and more people find out about this insane discovery.