I.L. Cohen: The Curse of Tutankhamun
The excavation of Egypt’s King Tut’s tomb in 1922 was followed swiftly by reports of the horrific deaths of several members of the archaeological team. Lacking any other explanation, many attributed these deaths to some sort of “curse” emanating from the pharaoh’s tomb. In his new book, “Tutankhamun’s Curse SOLVED,” I L Cohen reveals for the first time that the demise of these individuals is attributable to the presence of a very sophisticated and dangerous – yet previously unrecognized – technology that was in use in ancient Egypt. Not only does this technology explain the “curse” but it also accounts for the meticulous and mysterious mass burials of literally millions of birds, fish, baboons and other species, as well as numerous animal extinctions, throughout Egypt.
At a time when speculation is rife over whether Queen Nefertiti’s remains also lie in hidden, sealed chambers within Tut’s tomb, I L Cohen’s research and findings couldn’t be more timely. According to the author, “Based on my research, I would have to advise caution if anyone were to contemplate opening any chambers that are still sealed.
About the author
I L Cohen has been researching Egyptian archaeology for more than three decades. A professionally-trained engineer, his thirst for uncovering the secrets of ancient civilisations began with fieldwork at Stonehenge in the late 1970s before moving to the pyramids of Egypt and the fascinations they contained within.
The author holds a master’s degree in Engineering from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. A former vice-president of the Archaeological Institute of America (LI), he has lectured widely on his research in both colleges and community associations.