When it comes to ancient Egypt there is clear proof that these beings with dog-heads or bird features or animal features and such, depicted on ancient Egyptian inscriptions were idealistic adaptations or even masks and costumes in some cases, because, as if the fact that all other parts of them were obviously human and for some strange reason it was just their heads that were different which presents a case of “convenience” rather than some kind of a natural mutation, there is also the fact that when you look closely at some of the depictions you would see clear traces of “hanging material” loosely hanging down from the Mask or the head-dress and is not an area that is smoothly blended with the rest of the body. Alot of these sequences were ritualistic, not literal.

Hahaa facts that’s what we are working with, fools don’t know about that, fools are impractical fucks. Out there in life, they just suspend some unconvincing-hype-imagry and “opinion” and [mis]interpretations hoping someone falls for the garbage, but FACTS can’t be fooled, unlike their messy mucky shitheads, FACTS are CONCRETE :D

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    1. Hey, thanks for checking out the blog bro πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘ŠπŸ˜„


      1. All good. Some good stuff there man. Cant wait to catch more

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        1. Haha thanks alot BINNZY πŸ˜„; same here man I checked out your blog too and it was great so I will definitely be visiting you as often as I can πŸ‘πŸ’―

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