Many do not believe in the supernatural or the spiritual realm, so to speak. Those in this category regard such mystic claims as mere myths and fables and nothing to pay heed to.
Nonetheless, many others of varying cultures and ideologies champion and advocate the movement of the reality of the supernatural.
Part of the supernatural are curses that pro-mystics and spiritualists hold to be powerful enough to cause grievous harm to whoever it comes upon.
Various religions and cultures give credence to these curses and pass on the belief from generation to generation.
Today we ask you to travel to Egypt with us, to the Valley of the Kings, to learn about one of the most famous curses in the world – the curse of the pharaohs.
We should warn you, though, that you just might have your beliefs about curses and the supernatural change at the end of this article.
10 The Boy-King Tutankhamun
King Tutankhamun – King Tut (c. 1342 BC – c. 1325 BC) was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty who earned the moniker the boy-king for ascending the throne the age of 9 or 10.
Reigning for about nine years, King Tut died around the ages of 18 and 19. He was plagued with a deformity that required him to use a cane as support.
He had other health issues, including malaria and scoliosis. King Tut, like his father, was married to his half-sister, who had two still-born daughters for him.
9 The Curse Of The Pharaohs
Also called the mummy’s curse, the pharaoh’s curse is a curse that allegedly comes upon anyone who disturbs the tomb of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh.
The curse is said to bring ill luck, sickness, suffering, and in some cases, death upon anyone who disturbs the tomb of an Egyptian mummy.
The curses usually appear inside the mummies’ graves. The exact words of the condemnation are alleged to come true in the lives of anyone who disrupts the peace of those inside them.