The Tomb of Tutankhamun
The Valley of the Kings, Egypt
One of the greatest mysteries found in King Tut’s tomb (and there were many), was one particular amulet, with a scarab beetle made with a strange green glass. Originally, it was thought that it was a precious stone, but when it was tested, it was discovered that it came from one specific place in the desert. Journeying there, they found more samples of the glass, but have no idea where it came from.
Generally, glass like this is made when the earth’s surface is subjected to intense heat, perhaps from a comet. Except, glass like this has never shown up in comet craters.
Now here’s where it gets a little nuts. Researchers started looking at nuclear testing sites and found that the sand there was similar if not almost identical. So does that mean that King Tut had nuclear weapons? I wouldn’t discount that out loud. According to Robert Oppenheimer, the man who created the first nuclear weapon, he wasn’t the first person to invent the nuclear bomb. He claimed he was the first in modern times. He regularly quoted ancient Vedic texts that spoke of an ancient nuclear war.
Maybe, once upon a time, we nuked the earth and had to start all over again?