One of the Egyptians Top government officials invited SpaceX’s mogul and Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk to see the pyramids himself after he claimed that the historical wonder was built by Aliens.
Apparently, it turns out that genius Elon Musk is one of the believers of conspiracy theorists who say that humans didn’t build the historical monuments, it was aliens who did the construction.
Musk tweeted on Friday:
I am sure with musk comments, not only us, but aliens and Egyptian mummies must be confused too…
But Egypt’s international co-operation minister doesn’t like to give aliens any of the credit.
She says the discovery of the tombs of pyramids-labors is the proof itself.
Discovered in the 1990s, the tombs of pyramids-builders are ultimate evidence, archaeologists say, that the historical monuments were indeed built by ancient Egyptians.
Musk’s tweet prompted Egypt’s Minister of International Co-operation Rania al-Mashat to invite him personally to the country so that he can learn the history.
In a tweet, she states that she admired and followed Elon’s work but he gotta work on his history.
She suggested that he should come to the place himself and explore the evidence about the construction of the structures built for pharaohs of Egypt.
On Saturday, she tweeted:
Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass also seems to be offended by Musk’s tweet and said in a short video, posted on social media, stating that Mr. Musk’s claims were a “complete hallucination.”
He said that he finds the pyramids builders’ tombs that tell us that the pyramids’ builders are no one but Egyptians, not even slaves. EgytpToday translated his quotes.
But Musk didn’t want to lose his argument, he tweeted yet again, this time with a history article saying that the BBC content is evident of sensible summary regarding how it was all done.
There are approximately around 100 maintained pyramids but the most famous one that is also among the 7th wonders of the world, is the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, which is about 450ft in height.
They were mostly built as tombs – a final resting place for the pharaohs of Egypt.