A report saying that one of the most controversial mysteries ever has been solved by the discovery that ancient Egyptians had cutting-edge technology cites a tour guide “scientist” as its primary source.
The report from the conspiracy website Before It’s News–which is infamous for rampant speculation and sensationalist headlines–says that scientists are speechless over what they found beneath Egypt, and that “one of the most controversial mysteries ever” has been solved.
The report includes the usual hodge-podge of photos, YouTube videos, and stretches of the imagination, and random pieces of information such as a Bible verse.
Brian Foerster, a tour guide with Hidden Inca Tours, is the scientist referred to in the report, and is the primary source.
“For many generations, it has been questioned and debated. Many long hours and much time has been spent pouring over the evidence, yet with no clear answers and no hard proof. However, today, more evidence keeps piling up that proves the ancients did have technology far beyond what we can even begin to imagine,” the report says.
“Brien Foerster takes you down dark tunnels, beneath pyramids, and inside places you have only seen in your imagination. But now he goes even further and takes you beneath Egypt, where mysterious 100 ton stone boxes were discovered. Some people believe they were used for burial purposes, but Brien clearly shows us how they were used for ancient ‘high’ technology.”
The author goes on to say that Foerster’s proof is unassailable and that she believes that the technology of ancient civilizations was so advanced that it was beyond ours today. She then quotes a Bible verse and says that fallen angels and ancient aliens handed down the so-called “high technology.”
Foerster has posted a number of videos on his YouTube channel (three are embedded above) that allegedly show proof that the Egyptians were engaged in “ancient machining” and other “high technology.”
“See the compelling evidence in this video that ancient machines assisted in the construction of the Giza pyramids of Egypt,” says the description for one video. “Long believed that slaves made them, you will see the actual tool marks and massive stone blocks that were hewn out of the bedrock in order to make these masterpieces that may be 12,000 or more years old.”
Another video, the main one cited in the Before It’s News report, purportedly shows ancient 100-ton stone boxes that, instead of being used for burial, were actually utilized for using batteries or other storage of energy. “What we’re looking at we don’t understand in the 21st century,” Foerster says in the video. “We’ve always been led to believe that we are the greatest of all creation, we are the most intelligent, most sophisticated of the human species. but what we saw there could be evidence of lost, ancient high technology of an order that we cannot simply comprehend.”
Foerster and his tour group link to The Khemit School of Ancient Mysticism, which says that it is “gathering place for those who wish to promote positive self-transformation, contribute to raising levels of awareness, and the integrity of our collective consciousness.”
It’s needed “Because Egyptology doesn’t cover everything or offer valid explanations for all that we see and experience at the sites in Egypt, Indigenous Wisdom Keeper, Abd’el Hakim Awyan developed the discipline of Khemitology, which offers an alternative, higher dimensional perspective of Egypt’s heritage,” the website says. “Much evidence of glaring anomalies has been discovered throughout Egypt, which warrants our collective continued research of the legacy that a highly advanced civilization left behind more than 10,000 years ago.”
The Khemit School’s website includes an advertisement for the Hidden Inca Tours, called “Lost Superior Technologies and Consciousness of the Ancients Tour.”
“Join the experts of Egypt and Peru to discover Egypt’s secrets,” it says, noting that the tour is $4,550 per person.
Foerster says he obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Victoria and later got into carving and sculpting, before beginning to study the Inca culture and show parts of Egypt and Peru to visitors as a tour guide.
“Other projects, which will result in published books, include one about the ancient history of Hawaii, the mysterious stone monuments of Peru that predate the Inca, and the search for the lost continent of Mu,” he says on his Facebook. “This will require combining all that he has learned so far, with trips to New Zealand (Aotearoa), Hawaii, and Easter island (Rapanui).”
Foerster has been criticized for claims that include DNA analysis of an elongated skull found in Peru possibly showing that it was from an alien.