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What would be the descendants of Hatshepsut that could have been Pharaoh in ancient Egypt?
Ancient Egypt had very macho rules of government, since only men had the capacity to be proclaimed Pharaohs, but recently it was discovered that a woman adopted this figure and reigned for more than two decades. We are talking about Hatshepsut, Thutmose I, who enjoyed all the privileges of this work during her childhood and who, after many years, began to have an insatiable ambition for power.
This woman changed her name to Maatkara Hatshepsut and became a man so that she could rule without any impediments. She was a woman with a lot of character and got everything she wanted because many iconic characters from temples and previous governments owed her a lot of favors, however, there is something that does not fit completely into this story, in fact, it is believed that she received some kind of help outside our planet.
It is possible that ancient Egypt had an alien queen
Hatshepsut the woman who was Pharaoh
There are many rumors about Maatkara Hatshepsut, in which it is said that she was a descendant of extraterrestrial beings and therefore did not have so many problems in her government, in fact, in the few statuettes that remained of her, her physical features were extremely different compared to the other pharaohs and other Egyptians in history. It is very likely that this “Pharaoh” used her extraterrestrial powers to have an entire people in her power.
In the writings it is said that her stepson could not even do anything to prevent her from governing and, although there is nothing wrong with the plans of her mandate, it is mysterious that no man of the royal family wanted or could put her aside in political matters and it is believed that it is because they were afraid of her. It is not uncommon for his name not to appear on the list of kings of ancient Egypt and for his statuettes to be destroyed after his death.