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Subject HERE WE GO: Unearthed tomb of Mayan queen is all over the MSM, and they say she was a "Holy Lady Snake" overlord.
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Original Message The whole week I've notice articles about this Mayan queen all over the MSM. I didn't bother in read them before, but I knew that the massive advertising meant some shit underway.
Now MSM is updating the news about this discovery, claiming that she was identified as a "Lady Snake Lord" and she was as powerful as Sheba and Cleopatra. But the interesting part is that the MSM keep highlighting that she belonged to a "snake dynasty".

All hail Lady Snake Lord -- at least what's left of her. Archeologists believe they have discovered the tomb of the great Mayan warrior queen in Guatemala, according to National Geographic.

Her Snake-ness ruled the Wak kingdom for her family, the Kan or "Snake" dynasty, between A.D. 672 and 692, National Geographic wrote. She reigned as one of the most powerful rulers of the Classic Maya civilization.

Her formal name was "Lady Ka'bel" but her serpentine moniker was far more colorful, Newser points out.

The dig at El Peru-Waka's main pyramid temple produced a critical clue to the decayed bones' identity: a stone alabaster jar in the tomb that has the carved head of an old woman poking out of it. The lined, stern face matches historical accounts of the queen, and the carved hieroglyphics on the other side of the jar list her known nicknames, including Lady Snake Lord, NBC News reported(...)

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