Skip to comments.Video: Obama jokes hieroglyphic “looks like me…look at those ears”
Posted on 06/04/2009 4:10:57 PM PDT by Justaham
While visiting the Tomb of Qar, terrorist supporter Barack Obama noticed a hieroglyphic of a thin man with big ears. That looks like me! exclaimed terrorist supporter Obama. Look at those ears.
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He is right. It does look like him!
I finally agree with Odumbo.
Damn....you just have to be wondering about the psyche of this man...he is obsessed with his divine awesomeness and sense of destiny. Betcha the glyph was of a Pharoh......
That’s not the way it goes, O’Narcissus... You are supposed to see yourself in a pool of water...
It really does look like him.
Blithering freakin’ idiot. Grow the Eff Up! Better yet, STFU and GTFO!
Maybe it is him. At least very possibly one of his relatives.
how the heck can that be a real glyph, did somebody vandalize the pyramid?
- When Obama pointed out the hieroglyph that he thought looked like himself, his tourguide, the historian Zahi Hawass, indicated that the symbol was that of Kar, a black king of Egypt. His response was “No, Mr. President, you look like King Tut.”
- The Kar referred to in the hieroglyphs was a Khemitian, (an indigenous, darker skinned Egyptian) who had served one of the Pharaohs during Egypt’s golden age, in around 2500 BC. He was a priest, a scholar, a lawyer, an advocate, and eventually, a judge.
- King Tut was an Egyptian Pharaoh of disputed heritage, who reined briefly in 14th Century BC, many years later.
- Herodotus, a Greek historian in the fifth century BC, described Kar as the ancestral hero of people in the regions between the Mediterranean and the Middle east. Kar was not a head-of-state himself, but was the brother of Lydus, the third and last King in the Dyansty of Astus, around 1200 BC.
- According to Pausanias, a Greek historian in the second century BC, Kar was a son of Phoroneus (one of the “primordial men”), a grandson of Inachus (god of river) and Melia (tree nymph), and a great-grandson of Ouranus (god of the sky) and Gaia (goddess of the earth).
Okay, that is just TOO funny.
Note: this topic is from 6/04/2009. Thanks Justaham.
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