#Egypt #travel ASMR | The Most Relaxing Virtual Tour of Ancient Egypt ft. @JubileeWhispers!

Join the amazing @JubileeWhispers and me for an ultra-relaxing virtual tour of ancient Egypt in Assassin’s Creed Origins! The ancient world comes alive in a series of whispered Discovery Tours exploring the animals, plants, people, and culture of the Nile kingdom. Many thanks to Allison (and her adorable kitty Atticus 😻) for collaborating with me on this video, it was a lot of fun! Please be sure to subscribe to her channel for more awesome tingly content, including more relaxing tours of ancient Egypt! 😊

ASMR triggers include tingly ear-to-ear whispering and ambient environmental sounds like gentle wind and water. I recommend listening with headphones for the best experience!

#ASMR #AssassinsCreedOrigins #DiscoveryTour

00:00 Intro
01:04 JubileeWhispers | Fauna of Ancient Egypt
10:03 theASMRnerd | Flora of Ancient Egypt
14:57 JubileeWhispers | Domesticated Animals of Ancient Egypt
20:06 theASMRnerd | Agriculture & Seasons
33:40 JubileeWhispers | The Islands of Pharos
44:34 theASMRnerd | Beer & Bread
56:07 Outro

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My videos are designed to trigger a relaxing feeling called ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response). ASMR is a particular sensation that some people experience when they hear quiet sounds like whispering and soft speaking or watch certain actions like slow hand motions. ASMR is often described as a pleasant tingling on the head and neck, accompanied by a feeling of deep calm and mild euphoria. Many people watch ASMR videos to relax and manage anxiety, stress, or insomnia. To learn more about ASMR, check out

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  1. This really made me think of an idea of an open world RPG historical game where you can explore every corner of the Earth in any historical era. Create fictional countries, serve in armies, fight wars, build cities, or live life like the sims.

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