The Baboon God of Ancient Eygpt By Isabel Cutter
The baboon in ancient Egypt is known as the Babi, also Baba they are the Gods of virility of the dead. They were sacred animals that sat in temple. They are depicted in mythology raising their arms up in praise to the most high. There were 4 males, the sons of Horus through interspecies marriage. Thoth was one of the his sons and is depicted with the head of a baboon. The human and the baboon genome mixed in ancient Egyptian times. Baboons and humans are carriers of AIDS and Ebola. Bone marrow transplants are being done today to help people live longer HIV. The disease does not change into AIDS in the baboon species its remains as HIV. The human defence’s systems cells T&B antigens. These are deployed by the body to fight any invaders such as dust by forming a mucus membrane. Hay fever is a result of over active antigens. A cross
species blood transfusion between a human and a baboon would lead to the T&B
antigens collapsing and failing to replicate to defend the immune system. The ancient ones hold the cure.
Meanwhile koko & Teddy somewhere on the Nile
Koko: Honey welcome to our new location, the heart of the oil lands.
Teddy: Laysha and you are at home in the desert my princess
Koko: Yes let’s get to business.
Teddy: Deploy the orders honey.
Koko: I need the team to collect water samples from these coordinates on the map.
Teddy: Yes darling the water sanitation in this country very is poor.
Koko: I am looking for something ancient in the water. I am going hunting with Laysha and Dei.
Teddy: Be safe.
Koko: Dei let’s move out.
Dei: I have the tranquilizers as requested.
Koko: That won’t be necessary be necessary, will it Laysha my pet?
Dei: Koko what are you up too?
Koko: Trust me, we are off to temple.
Dei: Give me strength; Teddy is going to kill me.
Koko: The monkeys I need are there.
Dei: Why these monkeys?
Koko: These monkeys have been isolated at the temple of The Khonsu Temple at Karnak for centuries. And I need to look at their DNA. Their genome is similar to our human DNA. If Ebola wipes baboons we are next.
Dei: Understood. I will call the lab at home now.
Koko: Not necessary, you will break trust at the temple no uniforms my love. Get changed now; be by the gate in 5 minutes. I will put on temple robes.
Dei: I will call the Ustadha (teacher) from the team.
Koko: Thank you Dei. Akeya will be helpful on this trip. Ameriah as well.
At the temple
Dei: Welcome to temple ladies. I will wait out here as this is a female only temple.
Akeya: I sense we are being watched.
Koko: I know we are, spot the priestess on the at 9 O’clock. That’s my contact ladies formation Alpha Number Seven.
Ameriah: You just made my day; my katana has not bleed for months.
Lindi: Welcome ladies. The ancient ones are in the temple to the left, I have left you the scrolls my lady Akeya.
Koko: Akeya will wait here with you and read the scroll. Ameriah, it’s time to make the sacrifice.
Akeya: About time.
Lindi: The ancients have been waiting for this day for you to read the scrolls, will you translate my lady?
Akeya: Lead the way
Koko: Let’s get my genome
Ameriah: It will be my pleasure.
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Isabel M Cutter