> Martin Stower Wrote:
> > But do carry on, Doctor: the
> > more flagrant your lies, the better.
> > M.
> I cannot believe you are still trying to rehash
> the same old nonsense.
> I do not accept that triangle glyph as
> specifically referring to a man made pyramid vs.
> hill, mountain, location, etc. If you do, good for
> I do not accept the engraving in the Causeway of
> Unas to indicate a scene that occurred in the
> physical world. Besides, no building is depicted
> in that scene which simply shows columns, animals,
> and food being shipped to the underworld.
> Likewise for the Djehutihotep fairy tale in a tomb
> that also references a man with the strength of
> 1000 men and an impossible strapping that only
> serves to damage the statue. That picture is far
> more likely depicting how the artist thought such
> a thing might be done rather than depicting a real
> scene. Is there any remant of such a statue
> remaining today to verify it actually even existed
> in the physical world?
> The bottom image was identified as a modern fake
> in an earlier discussion. The sphinx is a modern
> style, possibly Victorian, and not at all the
> style of 3rd millennium BC Egypt. .
> None of those scenes describe any contemporaneous
> construction of any pyramid or monument in 3rd
> millennium BC Egypt.
Thank you for your co-operation.
“I cannot believe you are still trying to rehash the same old nonsense.”
It’s past time you got over your illusion that “what you accept” has any kind of authority, on this board, in this discussion or in the world in general. Tell us, Doc, what other than acromegaly of the ego makes you imagine it has?
What you post is nothing other than evidence of the necrosis of your intellect and integrity. Your talk of “fairy tales” is amusing, from someone pushing a loony conspiracy theory of dynastic Egypt as a culture which falsified itself to a level which the Ministry of Truth could only envy.
“Is there any remant [sic] of such a statue remaining today to verify it actually even existed in the physical world?”
Did someone drop one on your head?
“The bottom image was identified as a modern fake in an earlier discussion.”
Really? Then you won’t mind linking to the discussion and showing us that the identification was evidenced, argued and other than mere assertion on your part. Evidence at this point is that you’ve lost the plot entirely. Did this not get through?
In all seriousness, Doctor, you’re showing signs of memory deficit and compensatory confabulation.
“None of those scenes describe any contemporaneous construction of any pyramid or monument in 3rd millennium BC Egypt.”
Says you. Have we any reason to believe you? You can’t even be honest about the claim you made and I challenged: that “they” “never wrote about” certain processes “or even portrayed any of their buildings in their graphic inscriptions or sculptures”. My having shown with examples that this is a blatant lie, you move the goalposts (or try to, but I’m not having it).
For other readers:
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