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Berenice

 

The girl, of Egyptian origin, honey-colored eyes, dark skin, jet-black hair, spoke perfectly our language.

“My name is Berenice, and I will accompany you to the interior of the pyramid to document the works that are going to realize and of those of what I will inform to the Egyptian government once you have finished. We do not know the origin of the glow that has occurred recently, but the superstitions about the revenge of the pharaoh Zoser on all that violate his rest has made that the two officials who accompany you do not want to enter the camera. I apologize for that.”

"We are delighted that you are accompanying us in this delicate matter. We will be very grateful for your kindness of ordering the transfer our computers to the camera. Without them, we will not be able to do our work.”

The direct look of the head of mission at Berenice did not intimidate her. On the contrary, she responded with a broad smile and told him that the computers would be located at their place of work after half an hour.

It was twelve o'clock. We were very close to the pyramid when it happened again. It was an intense light that seemed to emerge from all parts. A yellow solar color that was going to transform into turquoise blue and lasted only a few seconds.

Berenice shuddered.

"I've never seen anything like it before. In the ancient documents found in the pyramid, it is indicated that manifestations of this type could take place to warn the intruders of the consequences of altering the dream of the pharaoh.”

 

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