Curse of Tutankhamun: An occult explanation
We received this interesting piece in response
to the article on the Curse of Pharaoh Tutankhamun.
It seems there is more to it than the black and
white of Curse vs Rationality.
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The ancient Egyptians were very good in using
certain kinds of poisons, derived from spores, in
the chemicals used to embalm the mummies or write
on the tombs, which could have killed many people
when the tombs were opened. That is one theory
which could be used to explain the mystery deaths.
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But there are some instances which cannot be
explained by that theory. For example, the crew of
the RAF plane played cards on the coffin. All of
them died unnatural deaths. One man kicked on the
tomb playfully. He broke that leg while alighting
from the plane in London. He did not have anything
to do with opening the tomb. Then what could it
There is another interesting explanation for
this. This is more occult. Thoughts, as they say,
have power. The more you think a thought, the more
you energise it. Tibetan Lamas are known to use
such concentrations techniques and actually create
thought forms, even of men and animals, which can
be seen by others.
Also all thoughts have a form, which those with
astral sight can see, and find out what you are
One interesting story is that of a feudal lord
in England who lost his only son in a battle. The
old man thought very hard about how he could give
advance warning to his relatives before death.
After his death, whenever any one of his family
members died, before that a strange melody floats
in the air. Every one in the family hears it.
Apparently, it stil happens. The explanation
is, because the old man's thoughts stored up so
much power, they activate in such times to warn
the family members of the impending tragedy.
Now, the ancient egyptians, as any other occult
people, practised this theory. What they used to
do, while the body was being embalmed, was to make
their slaves think and energise thought forms that
will protect the dead. since these wretches were
really cruelly treated, they were given the hope
by the Egyptian priests that if they do this job
right, they will attain a great afterlife; and
they really strived to think up the thought forms,
as the priests wanted them.
It is believed that such thought forms could be
the cause of the curseof the pharaohs. Personally,
I find that this theory has some merit.