The mummified heart of a Norse giant.
While going through his famous grandfather’s belongings after his passing in 1937, violinist Lars Sigerson discovered this casket. It appears to have been passed from generation to generation within his family for hundreds of years. The explanation and whatever story that goes with it has been lost to the ages.
The inscription on the casket is written in old Norse runes and reads:
“Behold! Within this casket lies the heart of the fierce and terrible giant known as Hrungnir, slain this day by Fafrd the Red whose bravery and cunning shall live forever!”
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This is the first snow in Egypt for 112 years. This angle of the Sphinx shows the anomalous weather condition even more.
The end is near
WHOLOCK - Sherlock meets The Doctor!
This is mind-blowingly well-done.
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I LOOKED UP “SNOW IN CAIRO” AND THERES SO MANY CUTE TWITTER PICS, OH MY GOSH, ITS SO CUTE EVERYONE FOR THE MOST PART LOOKS SO HAPPY
its the first snow in cairo in over 100 years and nothing makes me happier than people who rarely ever get snow enjoying some snow