Did Grey Aliens and their Hybrids Live Amongst the Ancient Egyptians?
'Dwarfs in Ancient Egypt'
By Chahira Kozma
American Journal of Medical Genetics 27th December 2005
According to biological and artistic evidence found from Ancient Egypt, ancient Egyptians had a great respect for dwarfs. Ancient Egyptians worshipped dwarf gods, and many dwarfs held positions of authority in households The depiction of dwarfs as shown in records available from ancient Egypt, the numerous figurines and amulets that were formed in their shape, as well as text from papyri invoking their magical powers leads the author of the article to conclude that "the image of short people in ancient Egypt is essentially positive."
Could the depictions of 'dwarfs' in ancient Egyptian art with 'magical powers' actually be depictions of Greys and/or alien-human hybrids, with the ability to manipulate matter through superior technology?
There were two dwarf gods in ancient Egypt; Bes and Ptah. Bes was a protector of sexuality, childbirth, women and children. His temple was recently excavated in the Baharia oasis in the middle of Egypt. Ptah was associated with regeneration and rejuvenation. Both were involved in magical practices to protect the living and the dead.
It is strangely coincidental that the two 'dwarf gods' are involved in activities with which the grey aliens are notorious for: Reproduction, regeneration and rejuvenation. Could these 'dwarf gods' be the greys themselves? If this is the case then the dwarfs themselves could be grey-alien hybrids with humanity.
The researchers found that the earliest biological evidence of dwarfs dates back to a Predynastic Period called the "Badarian Period" (4500 BC) in addition to several skeletons from the Old Kingdom (2700 - 2190 BC).
They found numerous images of dwarfism on tomb walls and on vase paintings, statues and other art forms.
- Dwarfs were depicted in at least 50 tombs, and the repetition of certain pictures shows that they were well integrated into society, the researchers said.
- The pictures showed dwarfs were employed as personal attendants, overseers of linen, people who looked after animals, jewellers, dancers and entertainers.
- Several were members of households of high officials and were esteemed enough to receive lavish burial sites in the royal cemetery close to the pyramids.
'The Song of the Greys' refers specifically to alien intervention in ancient Egypt:
Extract from Chapters 11 - (Cloning and All That Jazz) 'The Song Of The Greys'
"I am reminded of the story of Isis and Osiris where the former was said to have swept the entire realm of Egypt for the last remnant of Osiris who was said to have been cut up into little pieces by his brother Seth and these pieces strewn all over the kingdom. She did not rest till she got back every piece of him. It is said that she cloned Osiris back to life as the sum of all the parts found. The feature of the story was that she had to get back every single physical part. If for the sake of speculation the Isis - Osiris story was one of alien visitors to the earth doing their business here then their technology would have told them that you don't need the entire body to clone someone. You just need a single cell. So why make such an effort to claim back every single body part. Could the story imply that the characters or 'visitors' as the case may be, knew the awesome importance of keeping every single bit of the physical being together as individual and entire, because the future best disposition of the soul demanded it."