Egypt transported 22 historic pharaohs in a bizzare ceremony in Cairo yesterday. The ceremony marked the transferring of historic mummies from a museum in Cairo to a brand new location outdoors of the town. The multi-million greenback occasion was an unimaginable spectacle however ignored an historic warning about transferring mummies, and lots of are involved the occasion has introduced with it a curse.
Amongst the procession had been 22 mummies of 18 kings and 4 queens aboard spectacular golden vans.
The traditional stays had been transported in chronological order of their reigns – from the seventeenth Dynasty ruler Seqenenre Taa II, to Ramses IX, who reigned within the twelfth Century BC.
The lavish multi-million greenback spectacle noticed the mummies moved from the peach-coloured, neo-classical Egyptian Museum to their new resting place three miles away to the south of Cairo.
Crowds watched on as performers escorted golden vans designed to appear like tombs as they carried the traditional royals to their new residence.
However whereas the occasion made for an unimaginable spectacle following months of Covid chaos within the nation, many questioned the parade warning of an historic rule that claims it’s best to by no means transfer the physique of a Pharaoh otherwise you’ll face a curse.
Transporting the mummies – or “disturbing their peace” is warned towards on King Tutankhamun’s tomb. The warning reads: “Loss of life will come on fast wings for many who disturb the King’s peace.”
Egypt has had its justifiable share of unhealthy luck in latest months and can come as a fear to superstitious minds who watched the occasion unfold.
Egypt has seen greater than 12,000 deaths covid deaths, misplaced billions in commerce after the blocking of the Suez Canal by the Ever Given cargo ship and dozens of individuals tragically died in a prepare crash in Sohag, Higher Egypt earlier
They added: “The pharaoh curse activated once they introduced that they’d be transferring mummies to a brand new museum, together with King Ramasses’ mummy.
“He was the strongest & strongest pharaoh.”
However others had been extra constructive.
One individual mentioned the present was “Completely spectacular.”