Eyes from Mesange (Group Gift)
Snakes from deviousMind, Part of "Eve - Epidote" Outfit (Includes Mesh L & R Mesh Bracelet, Rigged and Unrigged Mesh Decor, L & R Apple Pasties With Leaves, Hanging Snake, Modesty Cover Part, Single Apple Pasties, Two Apples Pasties, Snake for Right Arm, Reverse Shoulder Wrap Snake, Shoulder Wrap Snake, Shoulder Wrap Snake with Apple, Waist Snake, 2 Makeup Tattoo Layers, 3 SLink Appliers and 2 Belleza Venus Appliers. Available in Several Colors)
"Circe" Jewelry Set from Aisling (Available at Fantasy Gacha Carnival Event, Gacha Machine. Commons: Necklace in Chakra Root/Red, Chakra Sacral/Orange, Chakra Naval/Yellow, Chakra Heart/Green, Chakra Throat/Aqua, Chakra ThirdEye/DBlue, Chakra Crown/Purple, Thaumaturgy/White, DarkMagi, Wind&Water or Earth&Fire with 3 Metal Texture Options and 2 Moon Texture Options. Rares: Circlet and Earrings with Texture HUD with 3 Metal Texture Options, 2 Moon Options, 11 Gem Options, Resize and Brightness Options; Arms Jewelry with Texture HUD with 3 Metal Texture Options, 2 Moon Options, 11 Gem Options, Resize and Brightness Options. Original Ad HERE)
Sultan Ali Mughayat Syah was the first sultan of Aceh in northern Sumatra, reigning from about 1514 until his death. Although he was not the first ruler of the Aceh heartland, he is considered the founder of the greater Aceh kingdom. Sultan Ali's life and career are nevertheless ill-chronicled, and have to be pieced together from various Acehnese, Malay and European accounts.
The death of Sultan Ali Mughayat Syah is given variously by the later chronicles: 1511, 1522, 1530. According to the testimony of his gravestone he died on 7 August 1530, exactly one month before his abdicated father Syamsu, and was buried in the palace compound of Kutaraja (Banda Aceh). According to the Portuguese chronicler João de Barros he was poisoned by his wife, a sister of the ruler of Daya, in order to exact revenge for the conquest of Daya. This lady, Sitt Hur, survived him for 24 years and died on 6 December 1554. Sultan Ali left two sons called Salahuddin and Alauddin al-Kahar. Salahuddin, who did not share his military abilities, succeeded him on the throne.