Pharaoh returns

  Therefore, the ancient Egyptians are likely to use poison as a weapon to protect the Pharaoh’s tomb.
  Of course, the use of poisons is not necessarily intentional. Because in the murals that can be seen everywhere in the mausoleum, those brilliant colors contain various highly toxic ingredients. In addition, “corpse poison” is also a terrible toxin, which can cause incurable diseases such as meningitis in contacts.
  These toxins are mixed and accumulated in the closed tomb of the pharaohs and cannot be dissipated. Of course, it is possible to cause irreparable damage to the body of the intruders (especially the first ones).
  Guess three: radiation exposure
  closer look at the example for “Pharaoh’s curse” and killed, in addition to high fever, stroke outside, more of destruction madness and blood circulatory system. Therefore, the interpretation of radiation is also considered.
  Now that people have discovered uranium ore in central Egypt, it seems to further confirm the possibility of this speculation. That is: part of the pyramid is made of radioactive stones. So, have the ancient Egyptians discovered the role of radioactive uranium and used it to protect the safety behind the pharaoh? Or, the amulets that clung to the mummies or placed them in the tombs were made of high-purity uranium-containing ore or at least had been “processed” by radiation.
  On April 15, 1912, the most tragic and far-reaching shipwreck in history occurred on the route from Britain to New York. The protagonist of the tragedy is named Titanic.
  On this journey of no return, in addition to more than 2,000 passengers, there is also a mummy of an ancient Egyptian priestess. She lived in the Eighteenth Dynasty, that is, the era of Tutankhamun.
  This mummy is wearing many ornaments, the most conspicuous is a charm placed on the chest, on which is painted a statue of Osiris, the god of death, and a line of text: “Wake up from sleep, as you can see Conquer everything that hurts you.”
  In order to keep this mummy properly, it was placed in the captain’s cockpit. And it is said that many people who have dealt with this mummy have become delirious.
  So, did the captain who piloted the Titanic also become one of the victims of radioactive radiation? The experienced Captain Edward Smith, on the last day of driving the Titanic, made some incredible decisions, including excessive high speeds and choosing an abnormal course. Other crew members also made similar mistakes, such as sending the distress telegram too late.
  Of course, the real reason has been lost with the sinking of the giant ship. However, the question about the mummy will definitely become a mystery in the hearts of many people.
  Guess four: psychological pressure
  this situation, most of the initial contact occurs in the middle of the pyramid of non-professionals. They are often only driven by curiosity to visit, but to them, incidents like “curses” also happen frequently.
  In 1866, Chinese scholar Zhang Deyi visited the Pyramid of Khufu. Later, when he described how he felt when he entered the tower, he said that he felt disheartened at the time, dizzy and unable to control himself. Only after leaving the tower he realized that he was already in a cold sweat. “Thinking about it so far, I am palpitating for it.”
  Zhang Deyi’s feelings are not worth mentioning to the tour guide of the pyramid and the surrounding residents. Because compared with many visitors, he is already very good.
  In 1972, a Spanish female tourist collapsed at the entrance of the tomb in the Pyramid of Khufu, screaming as if she had been shocked. When people moved her out of the pyramid, she quickly returned to normal. What’s more, another woman fainted when she wanted to quit after the visit and died. Among other tourists, the proportion of people who feel scared and uneasy is also very high, and there are also many deaths caused by other underlying diseases due to mental stress. This situation, researchers believe, is a typical psychological influence.
  The structure of the pyramid is very special. Take the Pyramid of Khufu, for example, the pharaoh’s tomb was built in the center of the tower. From the entrance to the tomb, he had to bend over a narrow and long chute. After visiting the tomb, he could only exit step by step. For many people who are not physically strong, it is a physical test.
  In addition, the air in the pyramid is suffocating. In addition, the mysterious legend of the pyramid has long been deeply rooted in the hearts of the people, and the structure of the tomb further deepens the fear of some people. For those with weaker will, the psychological pressure is self-evident.
  Regarding the “Pharaoh’s curse,” researchers have not yet come to a unified view, and various explanations are still divided. The legendary curse is still awaiting further research by scientists.