Peru, Nazca : The Huaqueros Found A Biobot, Or Amphibious Specimen, Preserved As Dressed With Golden Outfit, And Ornaments

Last updated on December 31st, 2023 at 05:49 pm

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Imagine leaving Bio-Mechanical Instructors among primitives, what would happen?

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Golden coffins have been a significant feature in the burial practices of ancient civilizations, particularly in the context of mummification. The ancient Egyptians, known for their elaborate funerary rituals, are famous for using golden coffins to preserve and honor their deceased. Recent archaeological discoveries have shed light on the prevalence of gold-covered mummies and sarcophagi in Egypt. For instance, a gold leaf-covered mummy sealed inside a sarcophagus that had not been opened for 4,300 years was found in Saqqara, Egypt. This discovery is considered one of the oldest and most complete non-royal corpses ever found in Egypt. The mummy, believed to be that of a man named Hekashepes, was unearthed from a burial site south of Cairo, along with other tombs belonging to individuals of significance, such as a “secret keeper” and a judge and writer. These findings have provided valuable insights into the burial practices and social structure of ancient Egypt.

While the use of golden coffins for mummification is most commonly associated with ancient Egypt, similar practices have been observed in other parts of the world. The discovery of the teenage pharaoh Tutankhamun’s mummy, nestled inside three coffins, including one made of solid gold, exemplifies the grandeur and significance attributed to golden coffins in ancient Egyptian culture.

The practice of using golden coffins for mummification reflects the cultural and religious beliefs of these ancient societies, as well as the importance placed on the afterlife and the preservation of the deceased. The intricate craftsmanship and the use of precious materials in the construction of these coffins also signify the high status and reverence accorded to the individuals laid to rest within them.

The use of golden coffins for mummification was a widespread and culturally significant practice in ancient civilizations, particularly in ancient Egypt. The recent archaeological discoveries of gold-covered mummies and sarcophagi have provided valuable insights into the funerary customs and social dynamics of these ancient societies, highlighting the enduring fascination with and reverence for the leader deceased.


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Imagine leaving Bio-Mechanical Instructors among primitives, what would happen?

The primitives would have venerated them as leaders, as Gods on Earth, painting them in their cave art, and as is now being discovered in Peru, preserving them in a funerary manner as the ancient Egyptians used to do with the Pharaohs, preserved in golden coffins with gold ornaments.

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Imagine that being alive…


Imagine now that being alive, dressed like a King and surrounded by hundreds of men and women from that era kneeling.



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