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Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs in Australia: This video will blow your mind

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Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs in Australia: This video will blow your mind

Not only do many researchers believe these glyphs are authentic, the scribes accurately used several ancient hieroglyphs and ‘grammatical’ variations which, crucially, were not even documented in Egyptian hieroglyphic until recent times.


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I believe we can all agree that the Ancient Egyptians were one of the most advanced ancient civilizations to have inhabited Earth. They were excellently architects, engineers, scientists and explorers.

The ancient Egyptian civilization has fascinated researchers and historians for years, and it seems that the further we look into their extensive history and connection with the rest of the planet, we find surprising facts that are not always backed up by mainstream scholars who maintain a linear view of ancient history.

One of the most controversial discoveries that are directly connected with the history if Ancient Egypt is located in Australia, the Brisbane Water National Park, Kariong, where researchers have discovered numerous hieroglyphs which shatter mainstream history and patterns.


According to research, the hieroglyphs were first sighted in the 1900’s and there are about 250 stone carvings that have been part of the local folklore of the area for over a century, so it’s not something that has been discovered recently. Media coverage of the discovery has been minimal, which is when you think about it a good thing, preserving this incredible ancient site that can rewrite history books, but there is only one small problem. Mainstream scholars firmly believe; the incredible Gosford Glyphs are nothing more than a hoax. However, several researchers firmly disagree.

The most interesting part about the Gosford Glyphs is their writing style. According to local residents that have had the opportunity to see and study these hieroglyphs, they appear extremely ancient and are written in the archaic style of the early dynasties, a style that has been studied very little and is untranslatable by most Egyptologists.

But, this seems to be an ongoing debate. According to several archaeologists and researchers, the Gosford Glyphs at Kariong are modern day forgeries that have nothing to do with ancient Egypt, claims that are disputed by numerous Egyptologists like Mohamed Ibrahim and Khemit School Co-Director Yousef Abd’el Hakim Awyan (who has studied ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs his entire life) (source). Mohamed Ibrahim and Yousef Abd’el Hakim Awyan worked with a group of people in order to translate the mysterious engravings. The result? Well, not only are the mysterious Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs in Australia authentic, the scribes accurately used several ancient hieroglyphs and ‘grammatical’ variations which, crucially, were not even documented in Egyptian hieroglyphic texts until 2012.

Several other researchers believe that modern archaeology and history simply wouldn’t accept these hieroglyphs as being authentic given the fact that they could change the way we look at history, which basically, is something that happens each day when a new discovery that shatters history is made.

Many other researchers firmly believe that these archaic styles contain an early form of hieroglyphics and correlate with archaic Phoenician and Sumerian writing.

To find out more about the study of the Gosford Glyphs, check out this.

2 Comments
  • Ros

    This proves one thing, and all cultures have done it, travelled the world and yet we still do the same today. As we did many thousands years ago, in a nutshell I believe all cultures around the globe is that we are all related, only just a speak of different language, that’s make us human, and I call it the human race we just keep on changing and moving on

  • txdad1

    it would be nice if the article gave a translation of the glyphs in Australia.

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