Dendera Temple, also known as Upper Egypt’s sixth name, is one of the world’s best-preserved ancient temples. This temple is fascinating in that it carries the “scars” of what would have been a terrifying and terrible catastrophe, an event that is largely disregarded by current academics.
Inside the temple are some of the best-preserved works of art, and what’s more intriguing is the proof of something we didn’t study in history class.
The granite stairs leading to the temple’s roof are in direct alignment with a window carved into the temple’s strong stone wall; these steps contain indications of severe melting, indicating that the temple steps were once molten lava.
What catastrophic catastrophe, if any, might have caused the granite stairs to melt through that little window? Are these occurrences typical, or are they the product of an accident?
Archaeologists believe that this temple was erected on the site of a much earlier temple and that the old temple’s steps survived the passage of time and were utilized in the construction of the current temple. Could these steps have been witnesses to a big solar explosion or a nearby supernova?
Nuclear explosions were detonated in ancient Egypt, or maybe before that era, according to those who analyzed the temple’s stairs.
Have these temples been erected as shelters in the event of a nuclear war in the distant past? Are these steps, along with the radioactive ancient cities found throughout the world, proof of a nuclear war?
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