Discovery of the Atlantis Ring

Marquis d'Argain discovered a strange looking ring in the excavations of the Valley of the Kings in Egypt!

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Discovery of the Atlantis Ring

Around 1860, a well-known French Egyptologist, Marquis d'Argain discovered a strange looking ring in the excavations of the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. The ring, several thousand years old, was adorned with geometric ornaments, which were placed and balanced according to some very special arrangement. According to d'Argain, the ring originated in the ancient city of Atlantis. Another famous Egyptologist, Arnold de Belizal, inherited the Atlantis ring and it has remained in the family of Madame de Belizal. He was a well-known expert in radiesthesia, the science concerned with the energy of shapes. Every person emits energy patterns or rhythms and every part of their body, down to the cell level, reflects these 'vibrations'. These energy patterns can be altered with illness, injury, infection, stress, pollution, malnutrition, or poor hygiene. De Belizal's investigations proved that the Atlantis ring possesses some strange and astonishing properties: it emits electromagnetic waves, capable of creating impenetrable protective barriers, preventing alteration of energy patterns. These barriers can stop or neutralize elements disrupting atmosphere of home or office. The ring protects the wearer from all invisible, external aggressions, and maintains that person's equilibrium (health, luck, happiness, prosperity).

Since the beginning of time, people decorate their body with all kind of things. With skin painting, by means of clothing, headdresses, and other things, like ornaments, which tradition is still in use in our days. In most ancient known civilizations, such as the one of Egypt, certain metals, symbols and gems were very popular, and not only to make you look better. Mostly magical, and mystical values were given to them, and by means of those ornaments, one was connected with other planets, dimensions or Gods.