The Vampire Lair
"All Torque & No Traction"
"Static - Cold"
Posted 05 December 2007 - 02:00 PM
Ive seen heaps of doco's on The Curse, Tut, Egypt and such. Read much of the stories behind the deaths of those involved. Theres one fellow on Discovery, (not sure of his name) that takes you into the tombs and shows and tells of the trials and tribulations of those that discovered and explored Tuts tomb. He went in to the possabilities of the tombs holding ancient disease, and how due to the lack of know triumph of medications needed was the unimmunicable chance of surviving something that was never investigated.
The coincidence of the happenings that surrounded those that had said to have died from the curse where a deterent. Unlike nowadays they didnt have the nouce or the evolutionary tecnological inclination to investigate how the so called happenings had any link to the deaths. "If this makes sence".
They say that when they opened the tombs and the discoverers took in their first wiff of the most ancient and pungent air, recounted twas said " It literally took your breath away". God knows what 'then' air born nasties hadnt even been concidered. Their only goal from what Ive learnt was the treasure we so often here about.
The Egyptions built the pyramyds, whats to say they didnt rig the ulltimate concealed air born booby trap?
They where so maticulas in the burials of their highest, which possabley took them to those great lenghts. " It literally took your breath away" It took those scientist explorers and treasure hunters breaths away permenantly.
What is sacred? Of what is the soul made? What is worth living for, and what is worth dying for? The answer is love, only love.....
Posted 05 December 2007 - 08:03 PM
Who the heck did the voiceover for that documentary snippet???
And he began to have it in mind, as so many gentlemen had done before him, to marry a woman of fortune and condition. And, as such things so often happen, these thoughts closely coincided with his setting first sight upon a lady who will henceforth play a considerable part in the drama of his life....