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World of Mysteries – Tutankhamun

July 11, 2019 By

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Tutankhamun : Curse of the Boy King

For 3000 years the treasures of Tutenkahmun lay entombed beneath Egypt’s desert sands, until archaeologists disturbed the pharaoh’s rest and unleashed a deadly curse. It’s a controversial issue that scientists dismiss out of hand, yet the threat of an ancient curse has enthralled the public for nearly 100 years.

When an Egyptian King died suddenly 3000 years ago it marked the start of an ancient murder mystery that baffled scientists to this day. Far more chilling than the death of this young pharaoh, is the mystery of his curse, said to have caused a sinister series of deaths that began with the opening of his tomb in 1922.

This is the story of Tutenkahmun.

It’s set against the backdrop of Egypt, this country of awe inspiring natural beauty is more than twice the size of Texas. Egypt sits on the Mediterranean Sea at the northeast corner of Africa, between Libya, Israel, and the Sudan. It’s a land steeped in mysticism, which shrouds the most magnificent monuments in the world. Architecture of colossal proportions bears silent witness to a glorious past. Thousands of years ago Egypt was home to ancient Egyptians, at that time, the most advanced civilisation on Earth.

“Tutankhamun”, is a documentary, from the “World of Mysteries” series.


45 Comments on "World of Mysteries – Tutankhamun"

  1. shwat2013
    July 11, 2019

    Akhenaten's family

    *Queen Tiye (mother),+King+Tut+grandmother.jpg


    Amenhotep3 (father)




    Tut's Father; Akhenaten type



    Possible Nefertari type of Northern Sudan and Southern Egypt, ranging from Arab-like appearance tpo recognizably black

    Possible Tut type in Aswan and Beja youth

    A little extra

    There's no need to guess about Akhenaton and Nefertiti's appearance. The sculptor often kept molds of the person for quick reference (probably due to the fact   that high officias couldn't be there all the time) . Keep in mind that the ancient Egyptians had a conventional style that sometimes compromised the person's natural appearance, but a plaster cast mask is the person's real appearance

    Ladies and gentlemen, from the sculptors studio of Thutmose,  plaster cast mask of both Nefertiti and Akhanaton. These are not artist conceptions. You're looking at them

    A more stylized conventional version

    For a better understanding of the stylized version vs realistic. On the left is a cast mask of Amenhotep iii, on the right is an conventional conception with a slightly different nose type.

    We can be more certain of the ones from the sculptor's studio

    Tiye more realistic,l;'

    A few wall paintings

    Some examples of modern types that lean more towards the " black" African phenotype. ...Southern Egyptians

    These are all anceirnt Egyptian as well



    Amenemhat III from Kunstshistorisches Museum Vienna Austria

    Amnht lll again from the 12th dynasty

    Ankhtifi 11th dynasty. These are shocking because they're darker than Chestnut brown ---- a bit different from the general perception of Egyptian paintings


    2 ( scroll through)

    Kheti 12th dynasty



    3 Assuring no contrast distortion, notice the light skin guy in the middle

    From the tomb of Khnumhotep of the 12th dynasty. Line one shows the Hyksos people. These are like the Palestinian and other Levant people of today ( which is similar to Cairo population). Line 2 shows Egyptian men.

    No Afrocentric hoax. They are really in that contrast ( chestnut, hazelnut, and brazilnut shell brown)

    Amenemhet3 12th dynasty ( those are locks on his head. Notice the stylized bushy new growth near the scalp)

    More  rarities of Amenemhat later in post

    It's like we're looking at Huni of the 3rd dynasty (left), Mentuhotep (right), and Hatshepsut (backround) in this scene.

    The blacks in ancient Egypt were Beja type in appearence.and not West African. They ain't went nowhere and still live in the area.  They are the only ones in that region to display an unbroken continuity of ancient Egyptian style. Talking hairstyle, robes, pouches, bracelets etc. We have photos of them in the mid 1800s wearing this stuff in their nomadic state. As though their Ancient ancestors fled invasion, settled in the desert, time past, sand covered monuments, the desendants forgot about ancient Egypt and what it was all about, but still retained the base essentials like clothes ornaments , and hair

    Photo of Beja family of the 1800s

    Menkaure  triad

    Menkaure's queen with microbraids

    Beja women with microbraids

    Modern and from the 1800s ( scroll through 3 pictures)

    Possible Menkaure lookalike from the area

    Menkaure with Nubian hair under nemes



     Though a Kenyan man of the 1800s, this is what's being portrayed under the nemes

    The modern type was there as well but as an African American, I like to amplify the black component of ancient Egypt.....even though there's no direct descent

    These are the chestnut and hazelnut brown people seen in the wall paintings of Ankhtifi Nakht, and Kheti's


    Elephantine island area

    North Sudan

    Coal black Nubians of Southern Sudan

    The people seen as yellowish and orangish tones in ancient Egyptian art


    Check out replies, or...

    See my uploads for more on this and Sub-Saharan African history

  2. shwat2013
    July 11, 2019

    Here's an Analogy...

    To say ancient Egypt wasn't originally black is like saying African American youth didn't create breakin and hip hop (yes, there are those who suggested not)  because nowadays mostly non-blacks bboy and rapp.....and the fact that it's worldwide serves as proof...

    Or the fact that you see video footage from the 80s with mostly nonblack crews. Then telling a summed up history, brushing over detail -- leaving the viewer with the impression that these nonblack crews of the  80s are the originators.

    Breakin and Poppin history

    Other African American historical dances

  3. Maggie Bastolla
    July 11, 2019

    These things are not even coincidences! There were thousands of people involved in King Tut’s excavation, presentation and research. 100 years later, they are all dead from something! And yes, some of them did experience traumatic events (as do most of us at some point or another).

  4. Maggie Bastolla
    July 11, 2019

    People dying from heart attacks (years later), a house burning down, someone dying of malaria (while in Egypt), a man becoming paralyzed... THESE ARE NOT EVEN COINCIDENCES. Everybody dies of something, and bad things happen to everyone.

  5. Chelle Marie
    July 11, 2019

    Very good documentary! So interesting! Thank you. I love History. :)

  6. Raymond Diedrich
    July 11, 2019

    Someday people will dig us up and write exciting stories about "King Steve" in his royal chariot when it was just some guy coming home from the mall...

  7. Joseph Achee
    July 11, 2019


  8. Ccrazy Crackerr
    July 11, 2019

    Coincidince every secound 3 poeple die

  9. jack Rabbit
    July 11, 2019

    This stuff if is cool but I just
    can't believe they did this.
    Where is all that stuff today ,
    AnD I mean all of it !

  10. MyLove USA
    July 11, 2019

    I m glad all those fuckers who dig him died😊😊😊...of the do you feel...if someone dig out your perents... then put them on display for people's just to make money....😤😤😤...well done...king tutankhamun...👑👑👑...Hail the boy king...🤗🤗🤗

  11. Carter Enos
    July 11, 2019

    imma mavrick

  12. Nuttinlikeit
    July 11, 2019

    30:08 lol take that ridiculous hat off and bury it so that nobody will find it for 3,000 years.

  13. this is the truth here one go on this link

  14. Iman Alamdari
    July 11, 2019

    i love anything about ancient Egypt

  15. Renee Catagnus
    July 11, 2019

    Sadly, I missed King Tut!!! Sorry, watching the video,& not sure how to spell His name.

  16. Renee Catagnus
    July 11, 2019

    Was anyone able to see the Cleopatra Exhibit was it was touring the U.S.? She was INCREDIBLE!! The Entire Exhibit was AMAZING, even down to the voice used to portray Cleopatra!!

  17. Herriott's Findings!!!
    July 11, 2019

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  18. Sally May
    July 11, 2019

    DO U THINK ITS WRONG 2 DIG UP THE DEAD? I would love it if some1found my body 3000 years from now & put me on display in a carnival. Saying come 1 come all c the 3000 year old half bread female. Her clothes r orginal from the era called demins. The coat & boots r made from the skin of a cow that was killed 4 this purpose called leather. Her red nail polish was a comman practious among wemon. What will they say about us 3000 years from now ?
    Will the human race still b here or any where ?

  19. Nic3378
    July 11, 2019

    Ancient Egypt + Rock Music = No. Stop.

  20. Mike T
    July 11, 2019

    Who gives. A damn if they are white blue back green on purple this why racists shit will never go away who gives a fuck what color they are just like santa Claus Easter Bunny and so on no body gives two fucks let the shit go and move on

  21. Better Blue
    July 11, 2019

    The lesson here is don't be a heathen. And om not a church goer but always know there is Just One God.

  22. Better Blue
    July 11, 2019

    So far ... Well done. Well said video.

    July 11, 2019

    Why is he pronouncing King Tut’s name like that, WTF!

  24. Juci Shockwave
    July 11, 2019

    Dose anyone know the mummy movie shown in clip 25:21 to 25:35?

  25. I actually really wonder if the items in those rooms were already looted ... the reason I say this is because I cannot believe that King Tut would have those items that were meant for his afterlife thrown into those rooms in such a haphazard and disarrayed fashion..... That does not make sense to me.

  26. Mike Jones
    July 11, 2019

    More time spent on history and less on the "curse" crap might have made this a good video.

  27. Just Me
    July 11, 2019

    They do all these shits to tell a Lie at the end , smh

  28. Big About
    July 11, 2019

    Plzzz keep those mummies back in their tombs as soon as possible. I do not believe in curses but I feel that we are insulting the death by disturbing their bodies

  29. Big About
    July 11, 2019

    42:30 a dog dies thinking that his owner in another country dies is normal. Are you fucking kidding me.

  30. Paiden Cashe
    July 11, 2019

    There was no curse that's what was said in order to cover up the deaths of the people who knew that the Earl synced discovery of Tutankhamun's grave those people were the only ones that knew he had painted the hieroglyphics on the wall that said they belonged to King Tut This is all propaganda the Earl was a fraud

  31. siyathma sadanaki
    July 11, 2019

    I love the history of Egipt than other things.It has really Amaizing and Interesting Stories

  32. Bo Huggabee
    July 11, 2019

    i'm just going to say this. it is pronounced, too-tonk-ha-moon. or tootan-kah-ha-moon. it definitely isn't tootan-kaman

  33. mrchicago87
    July 11, 2019

    European archaeologists get under my skin , they travel the world stealing riches & priceless artifacts that have nothing to do with their culture! It’s a business to them ..

    Ever notice how the noses are always chipped off ? Faces defaced? & the Egyptians are represented by Europeans with body make up & tans ? Egyptians are the ONLY great civilization that is consistently misrepresented!!!!! Africans should be getting rich off their artifacts not Europeans !

  34. Debbie Moore
    July 11, 2019


  35. Klaus S
    July 11, 2019

    BTW: The kings body was NOT black at the time of discovery!

  36. Klaus S
    July 11, 2019

    No curse at all. But the explanation start with a 'C" too = Coincident!

  37. brady rankin
    July 11, 2019

    And l love to learn more

  38. brady rankin
    July 11, 2019

    I'm leaving about that in school

  39. E
    July 11, 2019

    Palestine 🇸🇩

  40. Vito Anderson
    July 11, 2019

    Hes was no where near the most famous king of kemet, he died so young contradictory to what western civilization would have you to belive

  41. Greg Jay
    July 11, 2019

    C end only chosen pro cons

  42. Greg Jay
    July 11, 2019

    Egypt study what santanic lock em out pro cons

  43. Greg Jay
    July 11, 2019

    Curse pro cons pile of bs

  44. S Ash
    July 11, 2019

    Why are so many people looking at skin color in documentaries of ancient times? Sad!

  45. mick76
    July 11, 2019

    I rekon we should dig Carter up and rob his grave site .......

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