I've no idea what this was originally for but I'll entitle it, 'Lucid Dreamer: The lines between beginning and end.'
Amazing how many 'disasters' in history are related to the Federal Reserve and Freemasons… kinda makes you wonder, doesn't it?
The Starving of Saqqara is a curious sculpture, possibly pre-dating Egypt, that first surfaced in the 1940s. The sculpture shows two gaunt figures entwined, rendered in a ghostly whiteness. While the likeliest origin lays in pre-Dynastic Egypt or outright forgery, more offbeat and chilling suggestions have arisen. Some believe the statue depicts Atlantean refugees. Human sacrifices, famine, and catastrophe in great antiquity draw further speculation as inspirations for the statue.