It has long been speculated by conspirators that aliens from thousands of years ago played a massive role in the construction of the pyramids – and this new eerie footage is leading many to claim that it is merely further proof.
This footage reportedly shows a team of military experts and Russian scientists excavating an alien tomb in Egypt way back in 1961 where they discover the remains of a 13,000 year old mummified alien.
The black and white clip shows the agents, thought to be members of the KGB, walking into an ancient tomb before trying to open the mummies coffin, or sarcophagus, reports the Mirror.
When they eventually break the seal, a cloud of gas is released and scientists and agents run away from the tomb before returning with protective gear to inspect thoroughly.
The video has gone viral over the Internet after being uploaded by an unknown source who claims to have got the footage from the Russian Mafia who had obtained it from somebody high up in the KGB.
Whether the footage is real or not, it is reportedly shot in the Giza plateau during an operation which was code-named Operation ISIS – in relation to the goddess.
Although many have immediately condemned the video as a viral hoax, forensic experts have confirmed that the footage is genuine – however the experts were not named…
Speaking on a Sci-Fi documentary, high ranking KGB agents also spoke about Operation ISIS and claimed the ancient alien astronaut was legitimate.
Russian scientist Viktor Ivanovich said:
[Operation ISIS was used to] secure alien documents and technology which were stored at a secret tomb in the Giza plateau, in hopes to use it for military purposes.
There is no doubt that a small group of Russian scientists with military experts have discovered a tomb in Egypt in 1961.
But in the documents it has never been revealed exactly what was found inside the sarcophagus.Advertisement
Only through the sources of the highest ranks of the KGB know that we have found the remains of an alien creature died in Egypt 10,000 years before Christ.
What do you think?