The mystery behind the curse of Pharaoh has been revealed, a hoax was hidden behind the myth of curse! Thanks to science, we finally are able to reveal the truth behind it with the help of science, religion and superstition have always encouraged and cultivated such a myth of curse. These myths of cure were put up only to protect the secret of the pharaohs. The most famous pharaoh was Tut Ankh Amun.

In the year 1923, when two archeologists Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon first discovered the mummy of pharaoh from a very ancient place known as Valley of the Kings. Lord Carnarvon died in a very mysterious way, just after six weeks he found the dead body. He had a great interest in pyramids so he met Howard Carter. They successfully discovered the corpse in 1923, after the First World War and came to know about the curse by some tablets which were made of rocks, they found those in the pyramid.

According to the tablet, the person who will disturb the peace of the great king must die. Although it didn’t have any psychological effect on Howard Carter Lord Carnarvon was tensed. Many other deaths occurred after the death of Carnarvon, even a photographer went blind after he clicked the photo of Tut Ankh Amun and died after a couple of days.

A famous radiologist Archibald Douglas Reid took x rays of King Tut Ankh Amun and complained of feeling dizzy and unstable. He traveled back to England and died within a few days. Almost 30 famous people died due to the curse including American archeologist Arthur Mess, Prince Al Fahemi, Scientist and Professor Bafleyar, Chicago University’s James Brested, American Writer Lui K Sigince, French archeologist Dr. Pasanova and Dr. George Benedied, respectively. Still, Howard Carter was not willing to stop the work, he continues and he was the only person who was alive. Why didn’t die?

Archeologist and pyramid expert Vandenberg gave three symptoms of the dead peoples which were seen before their deaths, they are:

  1. Paralysis without any reason,
  1.  Terminal Cancer  And
  1.  Delusion and terrible fever.

He also revealed the exact reason for people falling sick just after entering the pyramid. He stated due to the harmful effects of poison and bacteria people fell sick. Parisian toxicologist Dr. M. Martini said that even if the poison is dried, it still can kill people but ultraviolet can destroy the ability of poison. But the problem is, sunlight can’t pass the wall of pyramids and that’s why poison still has the ability to kill people easily. Ancient Egyptians had amazing knowledge about poisons and Vandenberg also said that if someone takes small doses of poison regularly, his body becomes invulnerable to poison.

And because Howard Carter was an archeologist and pyramid expert, he had spent a lot of time inside a pyramid which is why poison didn’t affect his body. Vandenberg also suggested that bacteria can also be the cause of those deaths. Although Egyptians didn’t know about the bacteria specifically, they had great knowledge about them. They sued oil, fat, and resin a lot to conserve mummies. All the bacteria love these things so it is also possible that some kind of harmful bacteria was on the mummy and caused biochemical infection to all of them who died. Chemists also agree with him and say that it is possible.

Famous archeologist Lui Bulgarini shocked everyone saying that they also had great knowledge about Laws of Atomic Decay and Egyptian priests used uranium to protect the temples and the holy places so no one can harm these places. And many uranium radiated rocks were found in many places in Egypt. And there’s a rumor that pharaohs used to collect those rocks. But radiations affects differently like, a radiation could kill thousands of people but there are some people on Earth that radiation doesn’t affect them and that’s why Howard survived.

It also proves that the curse of Pharaoh is a complete myth; they used science to create the illusions. And luckily, Howard Carter was completely well even after the discovery of the pharaoh’s mummy and died a natural death in 1939.

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