The ancient archaeological site – located on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt – includes three pyramids and the Great Sphinx.
The Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure can all be found in the Western Desert, approximately 9km (5.5 miles) from the Nile river.
Listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the huge structures date back to roughly 2,570BC, according to the history books.
And YouTube channel thirdphaseofmoon has suggested the location of the pyramids is proof of extraterrestrial involvement.
Dr. J told the channel: “Researchers believe extraterrestrials left vital clues in the design of the pyramid which prove it could not have been our ancestors that built them.
“And the experts believe the truth lies behind the co-ordinates.
“The speed of light is 299,792,458m/s.
“And the geographic co-ordinates for the great pyramid are 29.979.2458 degrees north.
“Humans could not measure the speed of light accurately until 1950, thousands of years after the pyramids were built.”
It is then suggested it is the incredible speed of light that allowed time travel.
“Travelling at the speed of light is theorised as being the only to time travel,” Dr. J added.
“Believers claim aliens could have returned to Earth from the future to build the monuments.
“Aliens chose this location for a reason.
“Humans could not measure the speed of light accurately until 1950, thousands of years after the pyramids were built”
“There can be no doubt it is a mathematically intelligent design.”
And the doctor even suggested the extraterrestrials helped to build the pyramids.
He continued: “Has the function of the Great Pyramid of Giza come to light?”
Viewers were also convinced aliens built the pyramids.
“Aliens made the pyramids – it makes sense,” one said.
“Their technology was unpredictable for the ancient times.”
Another commented: “Egyptians and aliens totally interacted.”
While a third speculated as to why aliens chose to come to Earth.
“Was there an alien war or something,” they said.
This comes as a theory emerged last year the structures were built “5,500 years earlier than history books say”, according to a Brit historian.