Family Members Survive the Middle East
The headline is purposely misleading (a la my old newsletter), just because I can.
My brother and his wife just returned from their 16-day trip to Dubai, Egypt and Jordan. "It was a great trip and at no time did we feel unsafe (except in the crazy traffic). In Egypt, we had a tour guide and a security guard with an Uzi at all tourist areas. Jordan and Dubai are pretty safe anyway, so no security guard was needed.
Today, we heard from one of our fellow travelers in our Egypt group, a doctor with expertise in the study of viruses. He told us that on another Nile River cruise boat, a large number of guests had tested positive for coronavirus just two days after we had left our boat. He said we dodged a bullet!"
Anonymous said, "There's a pyramid on Mars. There's a pyramid in Egypt. And guess what Cairo means? City of Mars. So maybe the pyramid builders came from Mars."
Doug wrote, "The precision the pyramids required supposedly didn't exist when they were built. So IF that's the case, was it just magic? Do you really believe in magic?"
Greg said, "We saw the pyramids this past February. I agree they were made so precisely that the technology the Egyptians were supposed to have back then couldn't have made them. We saw the same kind of precision with stone blocks in Peru in 2016."
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