The Book Of The Dead & The Book Of The Living Wooden Keyrings

Engraved wooden keyrings. 

70mm tall 

 

 

 

HISTORY OF THE BOOKS

"Known colloquially as "the Black Book”, the Book of the Dead contained ancient spells and incantations that could resurrect the dead and can summon the Warriors of the Book (Ghost Warriors). In the late 3000's B.C. King Ramusan protected the Book of the Dead in the Treasure Chamber in his palace to keep it safe form anyone taking it. Two thousand years later to keep it safe from interference from unworthy men, the ancient Egyptians kept the Book inside a statue of Anubis at Hamunaptra, where it was declared forbidden to use."

“I believe you need a key to open that Book.” 
–Evelyn Carnahan to Dr. Chamberlin on his discovery, The Mummy

The Book of the Dead was an ancient volume that was held in such reverence for the ancient Egyptians that to speak of it was blasphemy, and so was kept stowed away from any interference in the necropolis Hamunaptra; the Book of the Dead contained the spells and incantations needed to bring the deceased back to life as well as to perform other rituals and summoning the Warriors of the Book (Ghost Warriors), such as the separation of Alex O'Connell and the Manacle of Osiris and the deterioration of the undead.

A heavy tome made of pure obsidian with golden hinges, the Book of the Dead could only be opened by the use of a puzzle-box-like object that would fit directly onto an emblem on the cover, in the late 3000's to read from the Book you needed the Eye of Gods Medallion and the Book of the Dead didn't need the puzzle box to open it. Its counterpart, the Book of Amun-Ra, known as the "Book of the Living", was opened using the same puzzle box and contained the reverse incantations to the Book of the Dead.

 

 

The Book Of The Dead & The Book Of The Living Wooden Keyrings

Engraved wooden keyrings. 

70mm tall 

 

 

 

HISTORY OF THE BOOKS

"Known colloquially as "the Black Book”, the Book of the Dead contained ancient spells and incantations that could resurrect the dead and can summon the Warriors of the Book (Ghost Warriors). In the late 3000's B.C. King Ramusan protected the Book of the Dead in the Treasure Chamber in his palace to keep it safe form anyone taking it. Two thousand years later to keep it safe from interference from unworthy men, the ancient Egyptians kept the Book inside a statue of Anubis at Hamunaptra, where it was declared forbidden to use."

“I believe you need a key to open that Book.” 
–Evelyn Carnahan to Dr. Chamberlin on his discovery, The Mummy

The Book of the Dead was an ancient volume that was held in such reverence for the ancient Egyptians that to speak of it was blasphemy, and so was kept stowed away from any interference in the necropolis Hamunaptra; the Book of the Dead contained the spells and incantations needed to bring the deceased back to life as well as to perform other rituals and summoning the Warriors of the Book (Ghost Warriors), such as the separation of Alex O'Connell and the Manacle of Osiris and the deterioration of the undead.

A heavy tome made of pure obsidian with golden hinges, the Book of the Dead could only be opened by the use of a puzzle-box-like object that would fit directly onto an emblem on the cover, in the late 3000's to read from the Book you needed the Eye of Gods Medallion and the Book of the Dead didn't need the puzzle box to open it. Its counterpart, the Book of Amun-Ra, known as the "Book of the Living", was opened using the same puzzle box and contained the reverse incantations to the Book of the Dead.

 

 

The Book Of The Dead & The Book Of The Living Wooden Keyrings

Engraved wooden keyrings. 

70mm tall 

 

 

 

HISTORY OF THE BOOKS

"Known colloquially as "the Black Book”, the Book of the Dead contained ancient spells and incantations that could resurrect the dead and can summon the Warriors of the Book (Ghost Warriors). In the late 3000's B.C. King Ramusan protected the Book of the Dead in the Treasure Chamber in his palace to keep it safe form anyone taking it. Two thousand years later to keep it safe from interference from unworthy men, the ancient Egyptians kept the Book inside a statue of Anubis at Hamunaptra, where it was declared forbidden to use."

“I believe you need a key to open that Book.” 
–Evelyn Carnahan to Dr. Chamberlin on his discovery, The Mummy

The Book of the Dead was an ancient volume that was held in such reverence for the ancient Egyptians that to speak of it was blasphemy, and so was kept stowed away from any interference in the necropolis Hamunaptra; the Book of the Dead contained the spells and incantations needed to bring the deceased back to life as well as to perform other rituals and summoning the Warriors of the Book (Ghost Warriors), such as the separation of Alex O'Connell and the Manacle of Osiris and the deterioration of the undead.

A heavy tome made of pure obsidian with golden hinges, the Book of the Dead could only be opened by the use of a puzzle-box-like object that would fit directly onto an emblem on the cover, in the late 3000's to read from the Book you needed the Eye of Gods Medallion and the Book of the Dead didn't need the puzzle box to open it. Its counterpart, the Book of Amun-Ra, known as the "Book of the Living", was opened using the same puzzle box and contained the reverse incantations to the Book of the Dead.

 

 

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