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Facebook helped identify this weird Egyptian artifact

Facebook helped identify this weird Egyptian artifact
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Do you have any idea what that strange looking object is? Either did the Israel Antiquities Authority.

They found the large, solid-metal object in an Israeli cemetery, and tried to figure out what it was. One idea, that it was a bomb, turned out to be incorrect, thanks to a controlled explosion.

It's unlikely it was left in the cemetery as a complimentary back roller, although it looks like it could be used for that purpose. So, the stumped Antiquities Authority posted a picture of the gold-plated object last week on its Facebook page.

They quickly got an answer from an Italian man named Micah Barak. It turns out, it's called an Isis Beamer that, thankfully, has nothing to do with the terrorist group, ISIS.

Like a lot of women named Isis, the Isis Beamer is named after the Egyptian goddess Isis. The Beamer is supposed to harmonize electromagnetic and geopathic fields.

You may be wondering, "What does that mean?" Supposedly, it harmonizes the energy around you. To which you may be thinking, "Does it work?"

As it turns out, for about $230, you can buy one online to find out. (See photo below.)

Weber Isis Beamer

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Source: Mashable
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