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Pharaoh's curse or coincidence ?

Posted on Wednesday, 29 November, 2006 | Comment icon 6 comments

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"Scientists who recently conducted a high-tech examination of King Tut's mummy insist they don't believe in the "Curse of the Pharaohs."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Krayt12 on 29 November, 2006, 11:32
Ive heard about this. When it was first discovered man were there a lot of dyin! 1 person got bitten by a Mosquito then Died, another died from causes unknown, someone's dad comitited sucide + someone's Canary got eaten by a python (Python is also a Symbal of Pharoah Tutankamun...?) and more! cant fully remember it all though. Hey, i believe in curses since i heard about Tutankamun...'s curse! And somin bout these odd masks...
Comment icon #2 Posted by woody82 on 29 November, 2006, 13:22
Well it all comes down to is what do you believe if your a scientist then you will look on it as coincidence wereas if your more religious and your eyes more open to things that aren't just proved by scientific facts or facts in general placed in front of your face then you probably would believe in the curse. Were do i stand? I personally believe there is a curse or what appears to be one. Now if we look at the ancient egyptians they built these great pyramids, created these great confins of great elegance, and look around the world at the time for evidence of a culture that was on the same l... [More]
Comment icon #3 Posted by the lastninja on 30 November, 2006, 3:15
did any one find the big round thingy grey looking with lots of symbols on it?lol.the air would have been very stale in the chamber and that would have been a breeding ground for germs so there would have been a high risk of illness from just breathing
Comment icon #4 Posted by Dakotabre on 30 November, 2006, 3:19
His head was cut off, his body cut in two, his joints had been disconnected.... Was this the norm for burial back then? Were other Pharoahs found in pieces like TUT?
Comment icon #5 Posted by woody82 on 30 November, 2006, 9:35
Well all i know is what most people know about the organs thing, but dismembering i don't think was common between burried pharoah's.
Comment icon #6 Posted by apharaoh on 8 September, 2007, 9:10
His head was cut off, his body cut in two, his joints had been disconnected.... Was this the norm for burial back then? Were other Pharoahs found in pieces like TUT? Death shall come on swift wings to him who disturbs the peace of the King 1922, the journalists reported that an inion near the door of King Tutankhamen's tomb read, "Death shall come on swift wings to him who disturbs the peace of the King". The Curse seemingly proved itself to be real, when all of the archaeologists and workers who desecrated the tomb of Tutankhamen were reported to have died horrible and early deaths. By Novemb... [More]

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