Is The Movie “Night At The Museum” Real?
“Night At The Museum” is amazingly based on a true story! There was indeed a museum where the exhibits came to life at night. However liberties were taken to hide the truth under the Supernatural Secrecy Pact. In Night At The Museum, The Golden Tablet of Pharaoh Ahkmenrah had mystical powers responsible for breathing life into the inanimate historical figures at the museum. In reality the Pharaoh Ahkmenrah nor his fabled tablet of pure gold actually exist. The movie was based on the Pharaoh Nemtyemsaf II of the sixth Egyptian dynasty. Oddly enough he reigned for only one year in 2184 BC. Legend suggests he was murdered in a nefarious plot to steal the fabled Golden Tablet Of Osiris. Osiris is the Egyptian God of the afterlife, underworld, and the dead. Ancient scrolls indicate that Nemtyemsaf II employed dark magic in an attempt to rule the world but counter forces killed him. A product of his metaphysical meddlings was the Osiris Tablet imbued with powers by the God Of Death himself.
The Excavation Of A Dark Mummy!
The movie was set at New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. However the real the museum where history came alive was located in Colorado. For legal reasons we cannot mention the name of the museum nor the city it was in. Mainstream history records very little about Nemtyemsaf II and certainly there is no mention of finding his tomb, or the tablet. However the museum in question got an anonymous lead, and sent a secret expedition to Egypt. Naturally Egyptian authorities frown upon foreigners conducting secret archaeological digs. It was financed by an undisclosed millionaire, and the museum was eager to take possession of the sarcophagus containing the Nemtyemsaf II mummy along with the golden Osiris tablet. They had a whole backstory ready for how they got this rare possession without acknowledging their illegal Egyptian expedition. Sometime in 1988 they received the treasure during a renovation of their museum. So the mummy, and tablet were never seen by the general public. During that time a lone night watchman was shocked to see the museum exhibits come to life at Midnight. This also included extremely dangerous wild animals!
Night Watchmen Witness The Impossible! Museum Dioramas And Wax Figures Come To Life!
The Night Guard thought he was going nuts, and immediately sought psychiatric help! However in his leave of absence another guard reported the same thing. Shockingly a third guard was unfortunately killed the night he replaced the second guard. Incidentally the second guar quit the first night on his job. Soon various other museum officials witnessed it as well. Inexplicably the animation of wax figures wasn’t captured on newly installed video cameras! However the disappearance of figures did appear on film. One minute it was in its display case, and the next it was gone. Really though it had walked out through a door, or crashed through the glass! When the animated beings returned to their displays at dawn, the camera would suddenly see it seemingly blink in out of thin air. Often high level electromagnetic interference is to blame in supernatural cases where the phenomenon doesn’t appear on camera when visible by human eye. Although in this case there was no static, or any other distortion of the video.
The Golden Tablet Of Osiris
The Museum called in various paranormal experts who determined the cause of this unique supernatural phenomenon was in fact The Golden Tablet Of Osiris. Over the course of several weeks the paranormal experts, funded by wealthy philanthropists, paid off the museum officials to keep the building closed, and not inform the government who would surely swoop in, and confiscate everything. Numerous injuries were recorded as well from the various violent, and unpredictable historical, and even fictional characters coming to life. Clearly the Witching Hour triggered the power of the tablet, and it ceased its hold on the museum at the sunrise. In particular whenever the first direct rays touched the building. Any exhibits outside in live form at that time would instantly disintegrate into ash like a Vampire caught in the holy sunlight. It seems the tablet cast a spell on the wax figures since they could leave the museum, and travel quite far away. If placed outside before the Witching Hour they didn’t transform. This indicates they had to be in the museum for the spell to work.
Historical Humans And Fictional Characters Come To Life!
All the beings that came to life knew they were originally inanimate objects yet at the same time had memories of being their respective historical or fictional figures. The historical figures had memories not contained in any texts which indicated the possibility that they were actually linked to the souls of the real person. This would make sense since Osiris has power over the afterlife, and access to the memories of souls. The fictional characters coming to life might indicate they’re real in another Parallel Universe. However some of the fictional characters had missing memories. Clearly things never written or conceived of by their creator. Also if they were real in another Universe the tablet may have requires too much power to retrieve the parallel reality memories. Especially if it was actually in another Multiverse! One incredible example of a fictional character coming to life was the wax figure of Superman! He was molded in the image of Actor Christopher Reeve yet he completely believed he was Superman.
Darth Vader Animates As Powerless And Depressed
The animated sapient Superman figure came to life with deeply conflicting memories from all his various comic, television, and movie incarnations up to that present. It’s unknown why it merely didn’t portray the Superman from the 1978 film. Superman had all his powers seen in all forms of media. Especially the comic books. This was unlike Darth Vader who had no Force abilities in Night At The Museum 2, and also in real life when his figure became animated. Darth was very depressed he could no longer feel the force nor wield its awesome powers. He became very despondent within his plight as a quadruple amputee with numerous health issues that required him to be confined to claustrophobic cybernetic suit. Yes the suit clearly worked along with his lightsaber! However he only wielded it once. What’s unusual is that he had memories from the Prequels as young Anakin Skywalker. He even spoke of events from Rogue One in 1988! There was also things he knew not written or seen in any media up our present. Perhaps more Star Wars movies not yet made! He eventually refused to leave his Death Star control room diorama when animated. Instead of taking a place in the final battle to rid the museum of this dangerous Osiris curse he committed suicide by his own saber never to be animated ever again. Please partake of a moment of silence for poor downtrodden Darth!
Superman Temporarily Lives On Our Earth To Save The Day!
It was Superman, or we should say the animated wax figure of Superman in the image of Christopher Reeve, who eventually got the museum under control. He battled a plethora of animated characters causing chaos, and destruction that sometimes spilled out onto the streets around the museum. Reports of which the government eventually covered up as they do with most prolific paranormal incidents. The only real person to come to life in the museum was the mummy of Nemtyemsaf II. Unfortunately he wasn’t a good guy like Pharaoh Ahkmenrah in the Night At The Museum movies. Superman fought him when he escaped his sarcophagus but he needed help against the magic the mad mummy wielded through Osiris. Some of the animated characters along with a brave team of supernatural warriors took the mummy down. The team included Priests who blessed Superman’s heat vision so he could blast the mummy into unholy ash for eternal disposal. Such holy flames insured the mummy could never return in physical form or as a dark spirit. Unfortunately US Paranormal Defense Agents showed up to take custody of the mummy for research. Superman being a law abiding citizen didn’t stop them.
Luckily one paranormal investigator knew the Osiris Tablet was too powerful to be in the hands of the US, or any other government. He stole it, and disappeared just as Superman flew out into the cold night to meet his fate as ashes in the rising sun. Although we have no reports of his destruction so who knows?!? The removal of the golden tablet put an end to the supernatural occurrences at the museum. Despite this all exhibits were confiscated by the government for further study. US officials gave the museum money to reopen after “renovations” with replacement exhibits ready for the public to view.
At some point the paranormal investigator who stole the Osiris tablet for safekeeping had it stolen from him by a sinister Sorcerer named Zortax. The nefarious Sorcerer Zortax attempted to raise an army of the dead from the Underworld in order to take over the world. He made several ritualistic sacrifices to Osiris for his approval. It’s said that strange people became appearing out of nowhere at The Great Pyramid of Giza in March of 1993. This army of the dead could have very well sparked the First Battle Of Armageddon if not for a secret coalition of supernatural services from the United States, and other governments of the world who got word of the Zortax threat. In addition private paranormal crime fighters were employed in this titanic effort to thwart the army of the damned. The Sorcerer Zortax was assassinated by mystical sharp shooters as he performed his dark ritual nearby. The Golden Tablet Of Osiris mysteriously vanished into the shifting Egyptian sands never to be seen again. Although there are rumors it was seen in the private collection of a French billionaire in 2001!