I do not mean to overeact, but I believe that it is ridiculous and disrespectful to say that the Egyptians were aliens on the basis of one blurry picture and lights forming an incoherent image of a face. The Egyptians used a basic form of binomial theorum to calculate Pi, not their alien powers. The doors in the Queen's chamber of the Pyramid at Giza were built more probably to allow the ka and the ba to enter and leave the burial chamber, not as some sort of space craft system.
However, there is growing evidence to support the idea that life on earth that started with amoeba and bacteria could have arrived via some sort of large meteor that hit the earth millions of years ago. Infact it is a commonly accepted idea that life on earth came from space via asteroid/ projectile anyway. So I suppose you could say that all life on earth came from outer space. Sort of.
Also, the idea of the Egyptians being aliens would have connotations that would have inevitably meant that it would be known widely by now. Why would an empire that had space-ships in 2000bc have been overpowered by a wooden fleet of a comparitively feeble country?
It is clear to see that however appetising and interesting the idea is, it really is a non-starter. I would be interested to hear from anyone who does genuinely believe that the Egyptians were from Mars.
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