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1. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Southeast Egypt (Part 1)
Alien vessels on the shoreline of Lake Nasser. Shown top centre the vessel measures 414 feet (126 metres) in length. Shown bottom left the vessel measures 410 feet (125 metres) in length. 
2. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Southeast Egypt (Part 1)
Storage facilities for manufactured material as gathered by the worker ‘bushes’
3. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Southeast Egypt (Part 1)
Each grid field measures approximately 243 yards (222 metres) in length and 200 yards (184 metres) in width.
4. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Southeast Egypt (Part 1)
The alien responsible for the centre and edge lines measures 32 feet (9.6 metres) in length and at its broadest point 17 feet (5.3 metres)

5. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Southeast Egypt (Part 1)
From the tip of its probe to its rear this specimen measures 61 feet (18.4 metres) in length.

6. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Southeast Egypt (Part 1)
The specimen appears to be pushing with its small tentacle feet clasped around a ball of wispy white material

 

 

7. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Peru.
The size of the circumference around the alien specimen is 184 yards (168 metres) The total length of the specimen is 23 feet (7 metres) and its width 15 feet (4.6 metres)

8. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Peru.
The ‘wings’ of this monolithic construction measures 1.25 miles (2.4 kilometres) from wing tip to wing tip. The tallest point of the small ‘wing’ stands at 70 feet (21.5 metres)

9. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Peru.
The length of this particular alien is 35 feet (10.7 metres) and its width 18 feet (5.5 metres) As much like other specimens I have noted both in Egypt and Sudan there appears to be a genetic anatomy that indicates a dispersal of energy both to the front and rear

10. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Peru.
The dark mass with tentacles, the ‘bush’ ejecting from the solid white piping measures 18 feet (5.5 metres) in width

11. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Peru.
The 10th specimen has a body circumference of 104 feet (31.5 metres) Its longest tentacle of its ten tentacles measures 65 feet (20 metres)

12. Photograph included in Non Human Engineering Works of Peru.
A frequently used alien tunnel.

13. Photograph included in The Concise Anatomy and Physiology of Gods
The author David Spencer Wilson leaving the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. His right foot is on the step of the second Egyptian commandment Thou shalt not kill (Pharaoh) His left foot is on the step of the third Egyptian commandment Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.

14. Photograph included in The Concise Anatomy and Physiology of Gods
The Ark of the Covenant. Note the Covenant below the Ark is the ghost of a five month foetus that was interred with Pharaoh Tutankhamun.

15. Photograph included in The Concise Anatomy and Physiology of Gods.
Some of the 1936 congregation gathered to worship the gods Nimrod and Tammuz. From left to right. King Leopold the 2nd of Belgium, Tsar Boris of Bulgaria, Crown Prince Umberto of Italy, Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, Crown Prince Gustav Adolph of Sweden, Crown Prince Paul of Greece, The Emir Zeid of Iraq, Prince Farouk of Egypt.

16. Photograph included in The Concise Anatomy and Physiology of Gods.
Some of the 1936 congregation gathered to worship the gods Nimrod and Tammuz From left to right. Wearing the bearskin Earl of Harewood, to his left King Haakon of Norway, Crown Prince Olaf of Norway, Earl of Athlon, King Carol of Romania, King Christian of Denmark, President Lebrun, President of France.

17. Photograph included in The Concise Anatomy and Physiology of Gods.
The five ancient Egyptian gods as they appeared on the 17th September 2002 deep within the Great Pyramid of Khufu. Top centre, Taumatef, right, Ra, Mesta, below left of Mesta, Qebbsennuf, below and the smallest body of light, Hapi.
 

18. Photograph included in The Concise Anatomy and Physiology of Gods.
The same five ancient Egyptian gods being weighed on twelve lotus leaves before Osiris the Judge of the Egyptian dead. From left to right. Qebbsennuf, Taumatef, Hapi, Mesta and what looks like a beard is in fact the naked Ra.