There is a fascinating ostrich eggshell preserved in the Nubia Museum in Egypt, which shows, among its various illustrations, three pointed triangles that, according to some experts, represent the most outstanding pyramids of ancient Egypt, those of the Giza plateau. . The eggshell is believed to date to around 5,000 BC, meaning the illustration is at least 7,000 years old.
This is a problem because, according to leading Egyptologists, the oldest Egyptian pyramid is that of Djoser, built in the Royal Necropolis of Saqqara around 4,700′ years ago. The Egyptian pyramids of Giza, on the other hand, are believed to date back about 4,500 years.
The ancient Egyptians hunted ostriches since predynastic times. Their eggs were widely used during this period for various purposes. The contents of the eggs served as a nutritional powerhouse and helped feed the population, and their empty shells served as containers and canvases for artists.
Modern depictions of the Egyptian pyramids result in an image in which all three pyramids are present.
Close examination of the ostrich eggshell reveals another symbol. One of them, painted right next to the triangles, seems to represent the Nile River.
If you look at the current satellite images of the place, you can see a similarity with the representation on the egg. 7000 years ago, there was a particularly humid climate, the waters of the Nile River must have occupied a large area, which today is only occupied by the desert.
If this is the case, and the illustration does indeed show the Nile, then we have additional evidence to support the idea that the three triangles do indeed represent the Egyptian pyramids, which feeds the hypothesis that the Egyptian pyramids are much older than initially thought. accepted.