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The ancient pharaohs of Egypt believed their lives were everlasting and one with the gods. Through burial and rituals, their tombs were a place of sacred beliefs and earthly treasures. The ingenuity of the Egyptians felled raiders of all sorts, securing their belongings for thousands of years. Do not disturb the dead - stay back! Many have died from the mythical "curse of the pharaoh."
Like the ancient Egyptians, we all have our own reclusive desires to be left alone. Having been rejected by Coptic churches around the United States, Homerik wanted to do something special and create a curse for this piece in the old language. Instead, through academia, they found a real curse from the "Cannibal Hymn" of the pharaoh Unas: the ninth and last ruler of the Fifth Dynasty during the time of the Old Kingdom.