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Ancient Nuclear War? What Could Have Melted These Stone Steps at Dendera (Video)

Monday, February 27, 2017 0:50
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Dendera is an impressive and fascinating site, most intriguing however are the stairs leading to the temple roof. They appear to be melted. Made from solid stone it is hard to imagine what could have melted them.

The walls and reliefs seem to be intact, although they could have been re-surfaced by the ancient Egyptians.

It would take a tremendous amount of heat to melt stone steps such as these. What could have done this?
There has been speculation of ancient nuclear wars. Looking at an image such as this it is not difficult
to believe that there could be some truth to those theories.

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  • AlmostThere

    Is impressive, similar to that ancient lost city in Pakistan “Mohenjo-daro” which is still radioactive today, and is littered with scheletons.

    • Godzilla

      Those are two of the biggest clues: 1)still radioactive 2)littered with skeletons.

      Stone or glass that is completely melted would not be uneven like this though. If you look at the video you will see that more than half of the staircase is protruding over the other half. Those are signs of uneven wear and tear.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe they are worn from heavy traffic?

  • Godzilla

    Most likely wear and tear as well as water erosion. I have been to ancient sites in greece before and you see this quite often. To have stone and glass melt would have to have nuclear bombs explode in close proximity to the affected area and there would not be uneven surfaces like this.

    I remember hearing about sites in india though that exhibit ancient nuclear war. It was part of the ancient alien series on history channel.

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