The Scorpion King: Akkadian Mythology
The Scorpion King is the prognostication of the ancient evil. He foresaw the coming fall of the Western Roman Empire and the rise of the emerging Christian Holy Empire. The Scorpion King lived during the time of Alexander the Great. Here is what this explorer discovered in his monumental tomb.
The Scorpion King is a real Egyptian king, far from Hollywood. This fascinating action fantasy movie fromahi montage studios is based on the life and times of this Egyptian monarch. The Scorpion King featured Tom Cruise as the title character, playing the part as an Egyptian prince who discovers the ultimate power within himself: a magical amulet. As he uncovers the truth, he must overcome a series of formidable obstacles. This is the tale of the Scorpion King and his quest for the amulet.
The Scorpion King is the eighth installment of the Egyptologist series, The Caves of Qumran. This newest entry into the Cairo-based series chronicles the search for the legendary “Mummy” which is buried within the sands of the Valley of the Kings in ancient Egypt. The Scorpion King is based on the historical story of the discovery of the Mummy.
Anya elevator, which refers to the Egyptian Museum of St. Catherine’s Monastery, is the setting for the story of the Scorpion King. The museum itself is located in Talaat-Ugali. This is the seat of the High Priest, who is considered to be the “Sorceress of the Pharaoh”, and the keeper of the hidden royal treasures. A powerful sorceress, Shelia, is the subject of the Scorpion King’s jealousy.
The Scorpion King Balthazar stumbles upon the hidden stash of the sorceress while on a mission to kill a renegade priest of the Order of the Golden Dawn. Balthazar assumes the role of a savior to the imprisoned prince, realizing that his past sins would have been fallen upon his family if he had not exposed the sorceress. With the help of his newfound ally, he foils the plot of the evil sorceress and rescues the princess from the clutches of the scorpion king. The princess manages to flee to safety, but not before Balthazar takes the princess to safety, where he intends to marry her.
Now in possession of the powerful scorpion king Balthazar, the Scorpion Queen attempts to poison the princess in order to take over the throne of the rightful queen. Balthazar must travel through the desert with the help of a camel, encountering obstacles along the way. He eventually reaches the citadel, where Osirai and a contingent of his warriors await him.
Returning to present day Egypt, Osirai realizes that Balthazar has betrayed him and orders the construction of a massive statue of the king to guard the area. However, with the passage of time and the magic of the amulet Anu, Balthazar is able to throw the statue over the Euphrates River and into the chamber of the queen. Once inside the chamber the Scorpion King possesses the body of the Egyptian Pharaoh. He then uses the amulet to poison the queen and turn the tide of war in his favor. Using his newly enhanced powers, the king pins down the Pharaoh’s head, killing him in the process.
With the assistance of the amulet and the ancient artifacts given by the amulet’s creator, the Scorpion King flees from the scene of the crime and time passes. However, a thousand years later, an archaeologist named Triton who works on the side of the Nile expedition discovers the tomb of the Scorpion King. Although the site was found long ago, the riches within are so great that the Egyptian authorities approve of the idea of opening the burial chamber to the public in order for the world to gain a greater knowledge of the buried royal treasures. So, with the permission of the Pharaoh, the public is allowed to go inside and take a look at the items inside. Excitement is in the air as the opening of the sarcophagus is broadcasted live on the worldwide television.