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Archaeologists Have Uncovered 2,400-Year-Old Pure Gold Bongs Used To Smoke Cannabis By Aryan Kings

I guess we can say without a doubt that ancient Aryan kings and modern trap kings have something in common.

Archaeologists have uncovered two 2,400-year-old sold gold "bongs" that were used by Aryan tribal chiefs to smoke cannabis during ceremonies. The bongs were found along side other gold items during routine construction to put up power lines in Russia.


They were buried in a stone chamber before being concealed by a thick layer of clay. I guess they didn't want anyone getting into their stash.

While no arrests have yet been made, criminologists still carried out tests that indicate that the thick, black residue inside of the bongs is from cannabis and opium being smoked by tribal royals. They likely belonged to the Scythians, a nomadic warrior clan that ruled over large swathes of central Europe and Asia between 900 BC and 400 AD.

These bongs are the oldest known to exist.

Historians think the Scythians mixed opium and cannabis and smoked it before heading into battle.

Herodotus, a famous Greek historian who died in 425BC, wrote: "Scythians used a plant to produce smoke that no Grecian vapour-bath can surpass which made them shout aloud."

The bongs were discovered along side golden cups, rings, and neck rings. All of the items have been cleaned and will be placed on display in a Russian museum

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