PERSIAN PRINCESS MUMMY DJINN
Regular price $ 38.00
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These pieces are extraordinary. I mean, I have seen some things in my time, but I have never seen an entire government agency attempt to cover something up the way they did in this instance. Well, let me amend my statement. Not until the current monarchy that exists in American did I ever see somebody try to cover things up as staunchly as this case was attempted to be covered up. Not even Richard Nixon was this determined. I promise you this.
While they were in the process investigating a murder, Pakistani authorities questioned a man named Ali Akbar about his mummy for sale. Akbar had recently acquired the mummy from an Iranian man who said he found the body after an earthquake in Quetta. Akbar made a video showcasing the mummy, which he had originally intended to sell for $11 Million. The mummy was found two weeks later located inside a wooden coffin, which was decorated with jewels and other stones. It was in the care of one Wali Mohammad Reeki, Ali Akbar's selling partner. A press conference was held confirming the mummy to be that of a Persian Princess from 600BC.
Later this statement was rescinded after skeptics supposedly probed an investigation of the mummy finding her to only be around 250 years old. The investigation was eventually doctored up one more time to conclude that the mummy was actually the body of a female who had died of blunt force trauma to the head, dying in her twenties. The whole spectacle was supposed debunked as a hoax in 2008 after which the body was filled with powder and finally set to rest.
I have to say, the people who originally had these pieces were quite envious of the powers they entail. Which is why they tried to keep the pieces for themselves. It's rather shady that they covered up the truth just to make sure that the powers of the Persian mummy would be silenced, or so they thought. These pieces came from a top-secret provider who only ever trades under a fake alias on the black market. I don't know if he stole these pieces or what. All I know is that he has them-- well had them, because now I have them and they are for sale. The fact that the mummy was a Persian Princess was never a question, the officials just determined that their press announcement came a little bit too post-haste after they discovered the powers of the jewels and stones set into the coffins. They covered it up with the help of a few American fanatics who will pretty much say whatever you want them to say for a little bit of money.
As for the stones and jewels? They were ground up and used in the making of these items. These items bring you a secret supply of ancient Persian magic that comes from the realm of djinn. They were the djinn belonging to the mummy princess, who were kept in the jewels and stones on the coffin to guard her in death. Obviously a man-made disaster had other plans for the destiny of these djinn and now they are placed into these pieces-- one per piece-- that you are getting. These djinn are fit for a princess-- or prince for that matter. They will grant all of your wishes and will bring you any power or ability that you desire.
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