The “Lady of Dai” -  Xin Zhui, is the best-preserved mummy ever seen, with blood that is still liquefied, intact organs, and flexible limbs. The wife of the ruler of Dai 2,000 years ago, she died at 50. then wrapped in 20 layers of fine silk, submerged in an “elixir of immortality,” encased in 4 coffins, surrounded by 5 tons of charcoal, and entombed 50 ft. under the ground. China

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The “Lady of Dai” - Xin Zhui, is the best-preserved mummy ever seen, with blood that is still liquefied, intact organs, and flexible limbs. The wife of the ruler of Dai 2,000 years ago, she died at 50. then wrapped in 20 layers of fine silk, submerged in an “elixir of immortality,” encased in 4 coffins, surrounded by 5 tons of charcoal, and entombed 50 ft. under the ground. China

Good lord, people.  Don't have a history teacher explain it, have a critical thinker with internet access explain it.  I smelled a rat when my grandfather told me this in 1977 - when I was 7 - and looked it up then.  I can't believe this is still passed around as truth!  Lincoln/Kennedy coincidences.

Good lord, people. Don't have a history teacher explain it, have a critical thinker with internet access explain it. I smelled a rat when my grandfather told me this in 1977 - when I was 7 - and looked it up then. I can't believe this is still passed around as truth! Lincoln/Kennedy coincidences.

Forbidden Archeology A giant mystery: 18 strange giant skeletons found in Wisconsin: Sons of god; Men of renown

FORBIDDEN ARCHEOLOGY

Forbidden Archeology A giant mystery: 18 strange giant skeletons found in Wisconsin: Sons of god; Men of renown

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