When I saw this piece “Looters Destroy Mummies in Egyptian Museum“, I knew that the Egyptians had nothing to do with this entire episode of controlled rioting. The Egyptians would not desecrate the mummies.
First you have potent strains of bacteria within the dusty corpses(1), second it is a total disgrace, and third there is the mummy’s curse(2). No Egyptian would make the outrageous steps to destroy mummies, so who did it? Who abandoned Egypt early on and who could possibly be interested in the organizing of an upheaval in Egypt and other countries and is best buddy to the Bogus POTUS? Now a screen capture can speak volumes:
Might want to look at more organizing efforts… via this slime time guy… Planet Earth!
(1) Microbial Study of Egyptian Mummies informational excerpt: “…Among these, biological agents such as actinomycetes, fungi, bacteria etc., may cause massive damage to museum objects. Studies on indoor aeromycoflora have attracted the attention of several aerobiologists. Martinez et al isolated a total of 469 fungal colonies from 12 mummies that presented deterioration attributed to colonizing fungi…”
(2) Curse informational excerpt: “… Zahi Hawass recalled that as a young archaeologist excavating at Kom Abu-Bellou he had to transport a number of artifacts from the Greco-Roman site. On the day he did so his cousin died, on the anniversary of that day his uncle died and on the third anniversary his aunt died. Years later when he excavated the tombs of the builders of the pyramids at Giza he encountered the curse: “All people who enter this tomb who will make evil against this tomb and destroy it may the crocodile be against them in water, and snakes against them on land. May the hippopotamus be against them in water, the scorpion against them on land.” Though not superstitious, he decided not to disturb the mummies. However, he later was involved in the removal of two child mummies from Bahariya Oasis to a museum and subsequently reported how he was haunted by the children in his dreams. These phenomena did not stop until the mummy of the father was re-united with the children in the museum. He came to the conclusion that mummies should not be displayed though it was a lesser evil than allowing the general public into the tombs. Hawass also recorded an incident relating to a sick young boy who loved Ancient Egypt and was subject to a “miracle” cure in the Egyptian Museum when he looked into the eyes of the mummy of King Ahmose I. Thereafter the boy read everything he could find on Ancient Egypt, especially the Hyksos period…”
Is it an inside job or is it more likely a job pulled from outside of Egypt?
I believe the entire world knows the answer to this question!