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Originally posted by AdamsMurmur
لا إله إلا الله
That is "There is no God but Allah" ("lā ʾilāha ʾillà l-Lāh")
Only the last bit (first two characters above, which are supposedly on top of each other) partially seems to resemble what's on the ring, the rest doesn't.
As it apparently appears on the ring:
Personal verdict: NOPE.
Originally posted by dayve
Muslims aren't allowed to wear gold.....
The Aztec revered him as the symbol of death and resurrection and he was later considered as the patron of priests. The name Quetzalcoatl can be roughly translated to "plumed serpents," "green-feathered-serpent," or "serpent of precious feathers." The main translation of the word is “quetzal," which is a beautiful, green Guatemalan bird, and "coatl," meaning serpent. Hence due to the significance attached to the name later on Aztecs priests and the Aztec society came to regard the snake as assign of the god.
Originally posted by Hefficide
Originally posted by ezekielken
I knew it. Guy has falafel lover written all over him.
Originally posted by SLAYER69
Drink more Ovaltine....
Its "an intricate gold design from Indonesia, where he had lived as a boy,"