All the Unidentified Loafs in Egyptian Hieroglyphs are Punic Wax (Saponified Beeswax)

in blurtafrica •  2 years ago  (edited)

All the unidentified loafs in the Egyptian Heiroglyphic writing are #PunicWax.

Heiroglyph Q6 is the Sarcophagus, the Loaf on top may not directly be meant to represent an actual loaf of Beeswax, but the Punic Wax sister discovery called "Egyptian Magic" was a creation made based on Sarcophogus coating recipes, and the Sarcophaguses are coated in beeswax. It is likely that the loaf shape in Q6 represents a wax covering.

R18 raises clear questions related to the summer feast in which wigs are worn with Dreadlocks and beeswax cones melt onto sheer in a Sun effect on the clothing from the Dreadlocks.

Then the Wax Loafs are clearly associated with Bees, which make the Wax, and other things. Heiroglyph A57 is clearly some kind of ritualistic representation for Punic Wax and the very Heiroglyph for "gift" or "give" is a person handing a cone loaf (Bread) to another. Punic Wax is the unidentified rounded loaf.



Also, the product Egyptian Magic which exists in our world only by Serendipity, is like a Celebrity Skincare Secret, the Beeswax was used on the Sarcophagus, in the Soap, melted on their heads into their clothes. It is likely that part of the idea was to preserve their skin, for a fountain of youth.

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