Ancient Egyptian Statue “moves” on Its Own

Statue of Osiris

On June 24th, 2013 an Egyptian statue of Osiris, originally a god of nature and ruler over all of Egypt, residing in a London museum was caught on time lapse security camera to spin 360 degrees evidently on it’s own accord. 

The video below shows an 11 hour time-lapse clip of an ancient Egyptian statue of Osiris moving on it’s own. A real life Night at the Museum caught on camera. Some have tried to explain it by suggesting the vibration from people walking through the museum caused the artifact to move. This is what I call “Truth Stranger than Fiction,” a metaphysical force moving an object without any scientific proof of how. Ancient Egypt is the world’s most mysterious place, home to the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, and giant sarcophagus found in the Valley of the Kings.

The idea of vibration from people walking through the museum causing the statue to move does not makes sense. If that was the case then the phenomenon would have been happening for years. This is difficult event to explain with any science or knowledge mankind is capable of imaging. Nobody would believe this story if it weren’t caught on video. Humanity requires concrete proof before it acknowledges topics on the fringe of supernatural. After watching this video, the only explanation is of a supernatural origin. Theories on the fringe are discussed and investigated in smaller circles. The general public is unable to digest information outside the box of their societal thinking cap.

Outside of the box is where truth and knowledge reign. The more I research about history, politics, and spirituality, the more I discover that things in the world are not as they appear. We live in a matrix of illusions spun by those who control us.

Check out the video below, definitely makes me think- “Truth about Life is Stranger than Fiction.”

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