Top 10 Scary Egyptian Urban Legends

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Top 10 Scary Egyptian Urban Legends
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Hello and welcome back to the Most Amazing Channel on the internet. I am your host Rebecca Felgate and today we are talking about the Top 10 Egyptian Urban Legends. Ancient Egypt gets a lot of air time, but what about legends that more modern and prevalent today! While the rich history of Egypt definitely still impacts the modern day and cant be avoided in this list, but there are also so many new stories that we may never have heard of! Let’s do this. Before we get into this list, I want to ask you guys to let me know what the coolest country you have visited is? I have been to Egypt – that was pretty cool !

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    1. +iNGL Official first of all I want to say what a big fan of you I am, I enjoy these kinds of topics they are interesting enjoyable and I geek out on’em hard! I love the discussions on the comment section a lot especially when you join lol! thank you keep up the good work!
      you are right, there are many types of jin, demons or whatever. they are created from a merge of different kinds of fire, which means there’s a variety of’em. and as u said, they differ according to their element wind, water, fire…also there are Moon, and light demon.
      they have the ability to change their appearance to snakes, cats, dogs, and even humans in order to blend in.
      they live in a parallel dimension which means…. they can see us without us seeing them. scary!

    2. in a sense you are right. they are considered a type of spirit or demon since the translation al-jinn, which has a broader translation into spirit or demon (depending on the source). But in that sense you could say all spirits are demons and all demons are spirits which is incorrect. Also Djins are considered elemental types of creatures, spirits or demons in egyptian and Islamic lore. Which classical spirits are not. And the describtion of a Djin states tht its a more broad meaning of spirit and demon, and is considered a type of supernatural creature. Yeah i know egyptians consider the demons in translaton but there are sooo mny types of demons.

  1. The coolest place I traveled to was Laos. It was so amazing to see how people live in a virtually untouched landscape. While there, I was given the name Aloondate, and was told it meant pleasant in the morning.

  2. That djinn one is real. When me dad was in the egyptian military he used to be the errand boy ( transporting commands,news,messages and supplies from the base that he was in to anothr bases) and the night shifter. He told me that when goes out to deliver commands or whatever; random walls start to appear in the middle of the desert where there is absoultly no civilization there and the only way to get past them is to climb over them

  3. Can you guys do a Montana urban legends because we have a lot of history here buildings that are 100 to 200 years old like three ghost towns maybe more like six cemeteries in Kalispell alone there’s a lot here they would be an amazing thing if you guys could do it cuz I mean you guys are the most amazing channel on the internet

  4. When I was younger I went to dover castle with my nan and grandad and around halfway through the tour around the castle I heard a voice ask “have you seen my wife”

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