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The Last Faberge`s – The Curse of Nicholas II

Saturday, November 26, 2016 14:24
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Ever since the beginning of recorded history events, encounters and mysterious writings have mystified and eluded explanation. The many mysteries of the world have baffled Scientists and archaeologists for centuries. When Professor Swartz discovered the tomb of Anastasia in Northern Afghanistan, little did he realize the scope of what was hidden inside the last resting place of one of the worlds most sought after mysteries. Finding the remains of one of history’s most iconic historical families should have been enough. But what was uncovered after this great find proved to be more mysterious than anyone could ever have imagined.
As soon as Professor Swartz removed the sarcophagus bearing the remains of Anastasia, there were two stone tablets with hieroglyphic writings. Defying explanation, the Professor and his team set out to decipher the tablets even though more questions than answers were forthcoming. Seeking answers as to who could have placed these tablets right near the resting place of Anastasia is now the greatest historical find in history. Having found the missing Faberge Eggs and a map to the whereabouts of the wealth of Nicholas II, the Professor and his team knew that whoever had originally hid these treasures was soon to come back. There was not a minute to waste in finding the answers of why and how these tablets are linked to the last of the Romanoff dynasty. It was the task at hand. 
At first the Linguistics expert noticed that these writings are dated far before other known historical records. Secondly, it was beginning to look like the writings were a map with references to the whereabouts of the authentic Turin Papyrus. There was a series of clues all pointing to there really was going to be more mystery to this great find. The Professor knew about the legend of the Turin Papyrus and now he knew that the existing Turin Papyrus was a fake. He never thought that on this day he would have within his grasp not only a treasure beyond description but also have stumbled upon the answer to one of history’s most elusive mysteries.
As work began on deciphering the tablets, Professor Swartz began explaining just what he knew about the Turin Papyrus. The Turin Papyrus is an actual treasure map. It is said to be the worlds oldest map from the ancient world. It shows the location of gold and silver mines in ancient Egypt. It also shows the location of where to find the coveted bekhenstone. This map depicts roads to the Dead Sea port that was used to travel to the fabled Punt. Punt was known as a place where more gold was and most likely still is located. The main source for Myrrh and Frankincense was located in and around Punt. Both were used for the embalming of mummies and temple ceremonies. 
If the Professor could find where this famed map was before anyone else, the possibilities are unlimited for the good of civilization. But if this map fell into the wrong hands along with the Faberge`Eggs and with the vast treasure of Nicholas II, the combined wealth could unleash terror that defies description. The urgency of finding where this fabled map might be caused the Professor to send Marvin Hayard, a Rhodes Scholar from Oxford, photos of the stone tablets, the sarcophagus, the famed Faberge’ Eggs, only leaving out the one map that was too valuable to duplicate. Then the Professor headed to Kabul where he could get more help at the American Embassy. Little did Marvin know that was going to be the last time he saw Professor Swartz. 
A day later the Professor and the rest of his expedition were ambushed and killed. The Taliban grabbed the Faberge eggs and the map of Nicholas II, leaving only the two tablets lying next to the Professor’s bullet riddled body. When no word came from the Professor after several days, the American Embassy located Tom Swartz who was teaching at Notre Dame and informed him that his brother was missing. 
A week later Tom along with the military escort arrived at the campsite of the Professor in the hope that they would find the expedition along with their findings. It didn’t take long to realize that the Professor had been killed in a terror attack when he was robbed of the worlds greatest finds. Tom located the stone tablets, and he knew that his brother had made the greatest discovery in the history of mankind. The hidden wealth of the last Tsar of Russia, the fabled missing Faberge eggs and now the location of the authentic Turin Papyrus, the true map dating back to antiquity, only hastened the urgency to find the killers and locate the riches of Nicholas II and the authentic Turin Papyrus. 
Now, the race was on to find the worlds greatest treasures before they ended up in the hands of an organization hell bent on global domination. With the wealth of the world at their disposal, Tom had figured it was the Catholic Church and the Pope who were the masterminds behind the terrorist attack on Mecca, and now with the treasure of the ages within their grasp, they would have the means to complete their diabolical plans.

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