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The Scorpion King

A myth submitted to the site by Snigdha

Cairo, Egypt, Egypt

We all know about the Scorpion King’s story. Lets spread our eyes further .

Okay.. you all know till the curse and The Scorpion King turning into stone; I will continue with my own part.

I and my elder sister were archaeologists, so far looking for the grave of The Scorpion King. According to latest researches, we were sure he would be in Egypt, in Cairo.

Off we were, on a plane. No, not for sightseeing but to unleash the legendary Scorpion King!

There, according to us, we discovered the king’s palace. It was just like it was before, people singing and dancing. It was night time and it was a full moon night. According to the legend, the king would come in action today. And he did.

We saw him kill his men and hid behind bushes to save our life.

Suddenly, the sky tore up and there was the god, Jesus, founder of Christianity.
(No, I am Hindu and so is my sister.)

He shouted as his voise sounded like sweet chili. “O King! What have you brought upon yourself?” But the arrogant king just shouted. “For killing hundreds, for murdering thousands, I bestow upon you this curse, you will be stone for the rest of your life.” The King turned back to human. “Oh Lord! It is not my fault. I was handed over to the demons. Please please don’t!”

Jesus said “I cannot take my curse back but if someone comes here and finds you, you will be the greatest prize for millenniums.” But that moment he turned into stone and we knew the story.

Our agency came and took the statue of the Scorpion King. We got a fortune.

But, let me tell you a secret. Few millennia ago, the statue changed into real and was reborn as a normal person. Believe me, this was JUST A STATUE!

By Snigdha
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