Cloud Over Arizona: Amazingly Similar to Ancient Egyptian Flying Machine!

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On the evening of March 26, 2018, citizens of Phoenix, Arizona, called in a strange cloud formation resembling a flying machine to a Fox News affiliate. The denizens of Phoenix know all too well about UFO based on the famous “Phoenix Lights” incident on March 13, 1997. Thousands of people witnessed the gigantic formation of V-shaped lights in the night sky.  On March 26, 2018, a similar response happened again when a cloudy transparent outline of UFO hung in the evening sky.

 

 

What I found remarkable about the shape of this cloudy flying machine is it resembles a flying machine etched into an ancient Egyptian bas-relief in the Seti Temple in Abydos. These carvings were made over 3,000 years ago but come with their own set of controversy. Some academics believe some of these hieroglyphs were carved over during different Pharaonic lines and pareidolia is the true culprit. I disagree because these carvings morphed into very distinct technologies of modern times. 

I do find the similarity between the “Phoenix Cloud” and the hieroglyphic striking. The “Phoenix Cloud” was seen from Phoenix to Yuma, Arizona. This means we cannot rule out military technology as well. Yuma, Arizona, is where the Department of Defense test emerging military technologies.  Could the “Phoenix Cloud” actually be a cloaked military device? Or maybe it is nothing more than a cloud? Honestly, I do not know, but what I do know is the cloud is strikingly similar to ancient Egyptian hieroglyph.  

Michael is the Editor-in-Chief of RevelationNow.net fulfilling his true passion of researching and writing about Biblical scripture, ancient text, and esoteric mysteries. His book “Thy Sun, Thy Rod, and Thy Staff” is available on Amazon.com. He has appeared on “In Search Of…” with Zachary Quinto and other radio presentations. Michael’s research is so compelling it closed down a school system and has written over 800 posts on RevelationNow.net.


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