Recent archaeological scrapings around and scrabblings about in the Western Desert of Chx’reeb, New Mexico, have literally unearthed further evidence of the much-
The trove2 contains some
papyruses papyrae bits of papyrus in the recently deciphered Linear Vitamin C3 include songs, hymns, power ballads and spoken word poetry4 to The Angel of Mwah as well as lists of instructions to worshippers attending the Mwah-
This is an exciting series of finds and paves the way for further exploration in the area. It is hoped that this may uncover further evidence of the twin of the Angel of Mwah, the so-called Lateral Angel of La-la-
1 In academic circles only; not down your local pub, in the church hall, on the high street etc.
2 Which should really be the past tense of the verb ‘trive’ as in ‘Yesterday, I trove you all day, but I won’t be triving you again in a hurry, Professor Smithereens.’
3 Turns out you have to read it left to right.
4 Contrary to predictions by Fringe, Sideburns, Plait and Quiff (2013), no reggae or hip-
5 Not to be confused with the demonic spirit Tinky-
6 I’ve found it: it’s ‘papyri’. But why?
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