Devil's sarcophagus caused Covid-19 and war?
As mystical practice has shown, it is better not to open the ancient
cursed sarcophagi. Two of the most famous examples from the
20th century are the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun and the
opening of the tomb of Tamerlane in May 1941. After the opening
of Tutankhamen's sarcophagus, the entire team of archaeologists
was killed by fungal pneumonia, and Soviet scientists disturbed
of the Tamerlane grave, after it Germany attacked the USSR on
June 22, 1941.
On April 15, 2019, a fire broke out in Notre Dame Cathedral in
Paris. After the fire, a strange lead sarcophagus was discovered in
the temple (https://bit.ly/3xFAw2j). During preparatory work to
restore the church's ancient spire, workers discovered a
well-preserved sarcophagus buried more than a meter (three feet)
underground among the brick pipes of a 19th-century heating system.
Scientists believe that the sarcophagus is much older and lies there,
possibly from the 14th century.
Scientists have already looked into the sarcophagus using an
endoscopic camera. They found there the upper part of the skeleton,
a cushion of leaves, fabrics and unidentified ritual objects. The
sarcophagus was removed from the cathedral on April 19, 2022, the
French national archaeological research institute INRAP said at
a press conference. He is currently being held in a secure location
and will very soon be sent to the Institute of Forensic Medicine in
the southwestern city of Toulouse.
Noting that the object was found under a layer of soil and the
remains of furniture from the 14th century, Besnier said that
"if it turns out that this is actually a medieval sarcophagus, we
are dealing with an extremely rare burial practice."
According to spiritualists, the fire in the cathedral broke the
ritual protection of the sarcophagus and consequently something
escaped into this world.