Slim shady lyrics found in Egyptian god slime
A slim shady lyrics in the Egyptian god of slime, Slimshady, were discovered in a tomb in the city of Khafre.
The tomb was excavated by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities in 2018.
“We discovered some strange and disturbing lyrics in Egyptian clay, a clay tablet, which are related to a god of sludge,” said Dr Ashish Kishore, the head of the Khafra excavation project, during the excavation.
“In addition, the slimes’ voice, which was heard at night, was very similar to that of a mummy.”
The lyrics were found at a tomb that had been unearthed during the construction of the Egyptian National Museum, where researchers had been working for the past year.
Dr Kishor said the lyrics had been written in Egyptian, and the writing style is similar to a traditional hymnal.
“They are very strange and poetic, but not in the traditional sense,” he said.
“The only word that we could find in the language of the god Slimshader is ‘slime’.” The lyrics contain references to Slimshades name, ‘Slime’, which is derived from the word ‘slush’, which means ‘sludge’.
“In the Egyptian hymn, the goddess Slimshadades name is Slimshadees name, but the word Slimshadinges has the meaning of ‘sloth’, which can be interpreted as the sludge that is found in the clay tablets, and that is also related to the god of the underworld,” Dr Kitchor said.
He said the name of the goddess, SlimShady, is derived directly from the name Slim, which is the word for the word “slime”.
“It is the first name of a sludge god,” Dr Ashif said.
Dr Ashit said the findings were a new twist on a tradition in the country, where the god has been worshipped for millennia.
“Egyptians have been worshiping Slimshads name for generations, so it is interesting to see a new aspect in their worship,” he added.
“This discovery is just a little piece of the puzzle, but it could bring a lot of understanding to their history, and we hope it will give us a more complete picture of the role of the sludges in Egyptian culture.”
The mummy was found on the tomb of the same god, Khafr, and was found in 2019.
“Slimes in Egypt are a source of life, they are a gods existence, and they are also a source for the water and the earth, so their existence is very important to us,” Dr Kashikar said.