Pharaoh returns

  First, the body of the deceased was sent to a tent called “Purification Land”. There, the embalmedist washed the corpse with good-smelling toddy and rinsed the corpse with Nile water.
  The embalmedist made a cut on the left side of the corpse and removed most of the internal organs of the deceased. It is very important to remove these internal organs because they are the most perishable part of the body. The heart will not be taken out of the body, because the ancient Egyptians believed that the heart was the source of wisdom and emotion, and was indispensable to the “soul” of the deceased.
  Clean the liver, lungs, stomach and intestines and other internal organs, and cover them with alkali (natural sodium carbonate) to dehydrate these internal organs. As for the brain, a long hook is used to smash it in, and then lead out through the nose.
  Cover and fill the corpse with soaking alkali to dehydrate and dry it. All the liquid from the corpse and the cloth used in the anti-corrosion process must be preserved and buried with the corpse.
  After 40 days. Wash the corpse again with Nile water, and then apply grease to keep the deceased’s skin elastic.
  Wrap the dehydrated internal organs in linen cloth and put them back into the body of the dead. Fill the body with dry materials such as sawdust, leaves, and flax, in order to make the dead look alive.
  Finally, once again coat the body with fragrant grease. At this point, the corpse can be wrapped in linen.
  In the past, the entrails of the deceased who were taken out were often put into empty jars with lids. With the passage of time, the traditional practice of antiseptic application has also changed. When the internal organs have dried out in the soaking alkali, the preservative put them back into the body of the dead. However, dry wooden or stone pots will still be buried with the mummy as a symbolic protection of the internal organs.
  First, wrap the head and neck of the corpse with fine linen tape, and then wrap the fingers and toes one by one.
  Wrap both arms and legs separately, each arm and each leg are wrapped separately. The antiseptic will place amulets between the layers of the package to protect the dead from entering the “underworld” safely. Among them, the “Isis” amulet is responsible for protecting the remains, and the “Plumet” amulet is responsible for protecting the deceased in the “afterlife”.
  While wrapping the corpse, the priest chanted aloud spells to drive away the “evil” and help the dead reach the “underworld” smoothly.
  Tie the arms and legs of the deceased together, and place a papyrus scroll between the tied hands. On the papyrus there is a spell taken from the Sutra of Death.
  Wrap the corpse with more linen tapes, and apply liquid resin to each layer to bond the layers of tape together.
  Wrap the corpse in a whole piece of cloth with a picture of Osiris, the god of underworld.
  Then wrap the whole body with a large piece of cloth with a linen tape, which extends from the top of the corpse’s head to the heel, and wraps the torso. Place a painted wooden board on top of the corpse, and then put the mummy in the coffin. Put this coffin in the second coffin.
  A funeral was held for the deceased, and his family mourned his (her) death.
  A ceremony called “opening the mouth” is held so that the dead can “eat and drink” again. Then, put the body and coffin into the large sarcophagus in the mausoleum. Furniture, clothing, jewelry, food, water and wine are placed in the tomb for the dead to “enjoy” in the underworld. At this point, the deceased is ready to enter the “underworld”. The happiness of the deceased in the “underworld” will be determined by the good deeds of the deceased while alive. If the deceased did a lot of charity while alive, he (she) would gain “eternal life” in the beautiful “reed field”.
  · Ancient Egyptian pharaohs curse of the mystery
  in Egypt this ancient and mysterious land, the birth of one of the world’s most ancient civilizations, but also gave birth to too many magical legend. The pharaoh’s tomb is a great treasure house of gold and silver, but it is accompanied by the pharaoh’s curse.
  For example, people found several inscriptions of Tutankhamun’s curse in Tutankhamun’s tomb. One said: “Whoever disturbs Pharaoh’s sleep, death will spread its wings and descend on his head.” There is another place. It read: “Anyone who enters this tomb with an impure heart, I will choke his neck like a bird.” For thousands of years, these curses have faithfully guarded the peace of the Pharaoh’s tomb, and at the same time. To punish those who wish to share their wealth with the pharaoh… the
  spell and the pharaoh’s dark road
  The ancient Egyptians believed in the afterlife and the resurrection after death, so they developed a unique set of funeral customs. As the supreme ruler in the world, Pharaoh enjoyed the best treatment among them. The ancient Egyptians believed that the pharaoh would face greater challenges than mortals after death. Because, if he can use the power of magic to successfully pass through the twelve night gates of the underworld and the obstacles of all evil spirits, and finally successfully become a member of the gods, he will be able to bring his people to the world. Come safe and lucky.
  Because of this, people must prepare enough magic power for Pharaoh to let him take them and pass away. This also formed a unique phenomenon in ancient Egypt from another aspect, that is, the interdependence of the pharaoh and the priest.
  Judging from the types of spells that have been discovered, among the spells on the road to the netherworld with the pharaoh, not many are aimed at the tomb raiders, and they are mainly aimed at helping the pharaoh to take the road to the underworld, that is, against the evil dark forces in religion.
  Then, why do so many people die after being directly or indirectly related to ancient Egyptian ruins?
  Guess one: the deadly fungus
  In 1989, American archaeologist Kent Venice presided over the excavation of a tomb numbered K-V5 in the Valley of the Kings. In this tomb, 48 princes of Ramses II of the 19th Dynasty are buried.
  The tomb has long been stolen, but it still leaves a surprise for the excavators: it is a dark and damp tomb, and there are lots of strange things-fungi everywhere in the tomb. They feed on mummies and burial food, and the flooding of the Nile River that seeps in brings them more food. More importantly, these guys don’t need oxygen.
  The discovery of these deadly fungi is very consistent with a message in the excavation records of Tutankhamun’s tomb. That is, when King Tutankhamun’s Mausoleum was first opened, many “unexplainable things” in clusters were also found. They are likely to be the same deadly fungus in the tomb of the prince. That is one of the important reasons why Sir Canafon and more victims died.
  So, why didn’t any of the archaeologists who unearthed K-V5 died?
  That’s because modern science and technology have made people understand the importance of isolation. When the archaeological team first entered the tomb, they would wear protective clothing, masks, and gloves. When excavating Tutankhamun and other excavations earlier, people did not have this awareness. The German Professor Du Michen, who died in a frantic state, his protective device at that time was only to tie a piece of orange peel under his nose to dilute the peculiar smell of some tombs. It is impossible to kill the deadly fungus. The spore is isolated from itself.
  Guess two: poison
  the ancient Egyptian priests, the earliest known human history, but also a group of people had been masters in the use of poison.
  As early as the third millennium BC, in the earliest pre-dynasty period of Egypt, the first pharaoh of Egypt had assigned someone to plant poisonous plants. People also discovered documents from the period of Pharaoh Mannis, which recorded many methods of application of poisons. Among them are not only opium, arsenic, aconite, etc., but also some cyanide. In addition, in ancient Egypt, poisonous toads had the supreme status and were regarded as sacred objects.