The Pyramid Paradox: How Aliens Built Wonders but Forgot to Share the Cool Stuff

When ancient Aliens skipped the Techno-Party and left us Hieroglyphic Hangovers

Muchina T.K
4 min readJul 10

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Surely you’ve heard of Warp Drive Papyrus, Universal Translator Sandstone, Holographic Sphinx Simulators, Anti-Gravity Sand, and Nanobot-Building Scarab Beetles. Right?

If not, keep reading. You’re about to.

Back up half a decade or so.

I used to be a fan of the History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens” tv show. 🤷‍♂️

It sparked my imagination. I also really like the idea of tall, skinny, greyish semi-nude creatures with big black eyes having visited (or still visiting) our lowly planet and helping us carve out monolithic monuments that have stood the test of time to the tune of thousands if not tens of thousands of years.

That’s until I engaged my critical thinking brain and started poking holes in that theory.

Was anything left in the bucket? Keep reading.

First, the facts:

The great pyramids of Egypt have always captivated our imagination, standing tall as a testament to the ingenuity of ancient civilizations.

However, some enthusiasts have gone a step further, postulating that these magnificent structures were built by advanced extraterrestrial beings.

In this lighthearted exploration, I hope to debunk the idea of ancient aliens constructing the pyramids and ponder the missed opportunities for technological advancements they supposedly left behind.

But first, let’s start by acknowledging the incredible feats achieved by ancient Egyptians. {Go Kemet…}

No doubt the construction of the pyramids required meticulous planning, labor-intensive efforts, and exceptional engineering. By dismissing the notion of ancient aliens, we can truly appreciate the remarkable accomplishments of our human ancestors.

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Muchina T.K

I question everything...and then write about it. I'm probably not going to help you "make money writing." But I might teach you a thing or two ..or not.