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Egypt hints at 'mummified lion' discovery

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Stiff

I'm hoping it's a Bigfoot under there. That should stir up a hornets nest.

Actually, that might explain how they moved some of the larger items around too. hmmm.gif

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hetrodoxly

It probably contains 12 cat heads, 15 legs, 11 tails and a rabbit.

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1 hour ago, hetrodoxly said:

It probably contains 12 cat heads, 15 legs, 11 tails and a rabbit.

There is a very real possibility that it's stuffed with the remains of multiple animals instead of just one lion.

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Seti42

Fun fact: There's an ancient Egyptian lioness-headed goddess too. Sekhmet. Her domains were mainly warfare, murder, and healing. (Classic Egyptian deity duality, there.)

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Tom1200

Apis Bulls and now Lions at Saqqara?  Whoopee!  Tin foil hat time! 

It’s obvious that these are an ancient Egyptian power station to beam information from distant planets warning us of impending disaster in the 2020 US presidential race when an earthquake will hit the south coast of Kansas ripping the country in two and releasing millions of carbons into the atmosphere blocking out the sun and causing global warming and killing the penguins and it’s all Trump’s fault or maybe Prince Andrew’s cos we all hate him at the moment as well.

Of course we need real science to back this up, so here goes:

Everyone likes bulls, right?  They give us milk and beefburgers, so they’re okay in my book.  They are positive animals.  But lions are scary – they kill gazelles and people and stuff, so they are negative animals.  And if you put a positive near a negative you make a battery.  They have already found about sixty positive Bull electrodes, so this negative Lion one is really no surprise.  There should be about fifty-nine more and if these archaegyptologists don’t find them soon then it’s because:

    a) They were there but they were plundered in ancient times

or b) They are there but they're being hushed up by the Illumination group who are trying to build their own animal-powered batteries as a prelude to enslaving humans Matrix-style to power the world

The answer is clearly b) so don’t be surprised if the so-called experts deny it and pretend there’s nothing more to this.  You’ve already read above hetrodoxly denying it’s even a lion!  THEY’VE ALREADY GOT TO HIM.  He’s been assassinated and replaced by an ancient-alien-technology-denying bot.  DON’T LISTEN TO HIM.

 

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hetrodoxly
57 minutes ago, Tom1200 said:

Everyone likes bulls, right?  They give us milk and beefburgers

If you start tugging on that bull hoping for milk you're in for a big surprise. 

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Still Waters

Related:

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Very rare lion mummies discovered in Egypt

Until today, only one lion mummy had been found by Egyptologists. Were mummified lions rare by nature, or have we simply just not found them yet?

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/2019/11/rare-lion-mummy-discovered-Egypt/

 

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