Headline, April 05 2021/ ''' '' PARADE PHARAOHS' PARLEY '' ''' : !WOW!


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The 'Global Founder Framers' of The World Students Society' - [for every subject in the world] :

Rabo, Dee, Zilli, Haleema, Saher, Saira, Saima, Sahar [Canada], Lakshmi [India], Zainab, Dusyarn [Malaysia] -

Hussain, Shahzaib, Bilal, Ali, Jordan, Salar, Reza Haider [Canada], Toby [China], Vishnu [India], Hamza, Sanan [Germany], Zaeem, Danyial [UK].

The Founder Framer Salar Khan Yusafzai will ensure, that in the fullness of time and just after the first Global Elections begin, the photographs of these students are ever hung through Computerized Tomography Scan [CT] in SAM MUSEUM OF HISTORY for the future generations to both educate and thrill.

Founder Framer Salar Khan will further ensure that just after any three country Elections are done and incorporated, The World Students Society will every year gear up for a virtual Students Parade the world over.

CAIRO - SIGHT TO SHINE : EIGHTEEN KINGS AND FOUR QUEENS will travel in order - oldest first, each aboard a separate float decorated in grand ancient Egyptian style.

Princess Margaret horrified

The Macabre appearance of the mummies has over the decades put off some visitors. Among the most prominent was Princess Margaret, sister to British monarch Queen Elizabeth II.

''I will never forget when I took Margaret to the museum,'' said Hawass, a former antiquities minister. ''In the gallery was the mummy Ramses II, Princess Margaret closed her eyes and ran away. She couldn't stand what she saw before her.

Dubbed the Pharaohs Golden Parade, the 18 kings and four queens will travel in order, oldest first, each aboard a separate float decorated in ancient Egyptian style. They are being moved from a decades-long residency at the Egyptian Museum in central Cairo for display at the National Museums of Egyptian Civilization.

The new museum, in the south of the capital, opened its doors to limited exhibits from 2017 and will open fully on Sunday, before the mummies go on display to the general public from April 18. Upon arrival they will occupy ''slightly upgraded cases,'' said Salima Ikram, professor of Egyptology at the American University on Cairo.

''The temperature and humidity control will be even better than it was in the old museum,'' added Ikram, a mummification specialist.

Emblazoned with the name of their allocated sovereign, each of the gold-coloured carriages will be fitted with shock absorbers for the 10-minute journey through Cairo, to ensure none of the precious cargoes are accidentally disturbed by uneven surfaces.

Seqenenre Tao-II, ''the Brave'', who reigned over southern Egypt some 1,600 years before Christ, will be on the first chariot, while Ramses IX, who reigned in the 12th century BC, will be at the rear.

Ramses II and Queen Hatshepsur, the most powerful female Pharaoh, will also make the journey. The procession on Saturday will take place under the watchful eyes of hefty deployments of security forces.

The parade will be spurred on by music and performances from Egyptian artists, all broadcast live on state television.

The Horrors World

Discovered near Luxor from 1881 onwards, most of the 22 mummies have lain since the early 1900s in the Egyptian Museum, on the capital's iconic Tahrir Square.

From the 1950s, they were put on display in a small room, on next to the other, unaccompanied by explanatory blurbs.

Ahead of their departure onto Cairo's streets, the mummies will be placed in special containers filled with nitrogen, under conditions similar to their regular exhibition boxes. In their new home, they will be showcased individually, each next to the sarcophagus - and in some cases, a statue - in an environment redolent of underground royal tombs.

Exhibits will be signposted by a brief biography and, in some cases, copies of computerized tomography [CT] scans.

''The mummies will be shown for the first time in a beautiful way, for education, not for thrill,'' another Egyptologist, Zahli Hawass said.

Curse of the Pharaoh

In the coming months, the country is due to inaugurate another new facility, the Grand Egyptian Museum, near the Giza pyramids.

It will also house pharaonic collections, including the celebrated treasure of Tutankhamun. Discovered in 1922, the tomb of the young ruler, who took the throne briefly in the 14th century BC, contained treasures including gold and Ivory.

A so-called ''curse of the pharaoh'' emerged in the wake of the Tutankhaman's unearthing in 1922 - 1923.

A key funder of the British dig, Lord Carnarvon, died of blood poisoning months after the tomb was opened, while an early visitor died abruptly in 1923.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Fullness of Time on The World Students Society - for every subject in the World, continues. The World Students Society thanks AFP.

With respectful dedication to Mankind, the Global Founder Framers of The World Students Society and then the Students, Professors and Teachers of the entire world. See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! -The Ecosystem 2011 :

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