AMAZING EGYPTIAN DISCOVERY
by Jonathan Gray
Elizabeth Kubicek writes from Australia: “My father built two blocks of apartments, about 8 or 10 stories high, in Alexandria, Egypt., in a suburb called La Petite Cleopatre and La Grand Cleopatre, first one in 1933 and the second one in 1936 or 1937.
“The names of Cleopatre are because it was believed that Cleopatra bathed there.
“As both my parents died many years ago, I cannot verify, but my cousin Jason does recall. So I checked with him this morning.
“I remember mother telling me long ago when we were in conversation about buried treasure and how she knew of a family who had discovered by accident enormous wealth of gold and treasure upon excavating in the garden. All very hush, hush. This was around the late 1920s – ancient Egyptian wealth.
“This is how my mother told me about the giant skeletons (as they thought they found gold, etc.) Continue reading A Cover-up of Giants & Forbidden Archaeology in Egypt