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article imageAncient Semitic Snake Spells Deciphered in Egyptian Pyramid

By RobotGod     Feb 5, 2007 in World
Newly interpreted symbols—the oldest Semitic passages ever deciphered—reveal that the Egyptians turned to outside help for magic.
On the subterranean walls of the pyramid of King Unas at Saqqara, there are passages that show that the egyptians enlisted some outside help or magical assistance of Semitic Canaanites from the ancient city of Byblos.
The spells were invoked to protect mummified kings against poisonous snakes. The snakes, female snakes—acting as mediators for Canaanite magicians—used their multiple mouths and sexual organs to prevent oth
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