> Corpuscles Wrote to Ori:
> > Hi Ori
> > You never cease to amaze me. Non sequitur?
> > Thanos was refering to Djoser and in other
> > Imhotep and it is a non sequitur to
> > that those comments "adds nails" to your
> > conjecture (you brought it up) about Khufu.
> You read it differently than I do.
> Thanos' post about Djoser shows another
> case of Egyptology filling in the blanks to agree
> with the status quo. This is what myself and
> others question and complain about. How do we know
> they aren't filling in the Khufu blanks to
> solidify the builder of G1 and thereby solidify
> their entire screwed up chronology? They claimed
> to have found fragments of Djoser himself in the
> Step pyramid and that all turned out to be a big
> joke. Why should we be confident that their
> accumulated evidence of Khufu is correct when they
> are wrong about so much? Egyptology has lost
> credibility in my eyes, and I read it as another
> nail in the coffin of absurd assumptions that
> should be dead and buried.
> > Do you have any solid alt views on anything, or
> > it simply that everyone else is mistaken but
> > don't know exactly why and cannot offer
> > basis for an alternative?
> Why do you guys think that if someone disagrees
> with convention they MUST have their own theory?
> If I disagree with the text of Christ having
> walked on water does that mean I MUST have my own
> theory of what the text means? Can't someone just
> simply disagree and question a supposed fact? This
> is nonsense that one cannot disagree unless they
> have a better idea.
Long time no squabble! PEACE, 'tis good and I have noticed you are a more valuable sensible contributor /poster when I do not stir you up by reply (btw sometimes unintentionally) I am enjoying being a relatively silent observer, but today housebound waiting for bloody tradesman to turn up for quotes... so GHMB got a whirl .
So, as best as I can understand your logic or POV, then; if I say you are just wrong! Thats is OK by you. No why, no basis, no alternative that deals with the bits that ARE known (to those who bother to find that out) no progress just a ...'nah it is all wrong'
To use or accept your very inappropriate /poor analogy re Christ walking on water (NOT!) (see above for your exact words) then surely I am entitled to ask .....why do you consider this the case? If you have any reason(s) of which btw I think there are many, then to challenge it means there must be some (no matter how brief) hypotheis of your version of truth?
Criticism is worthless unless you can offer a reason why and an alternative hypothesis to those parts that are known.
In my quiet period here I see repetitively and more noticeably these "Egyptologists are wrong" claims ad nauseum (stinky bumkins, ramps, granite plug holes, relieving chambers that accomodated magic upwards explosions etc etc )but by nutters who in the main haven't any solid grounding or effort to discover the how and whys the original hypothesis was developed. Then and when pressed or politely asked for an ANY alternative explaination of those few facts, that do exist, in the fragmented largely lost parts of ancient history, then somehow that is considered bullying?
You are better than that but I realise there is an instictive motherly urge to change Ori's soiled nappy!
Have great day /evening
PS my intention here was simply congratulating Thanos5150/ Lee with taking the risk to ressurect some good thinking (that I had missed) and having noticed he is progressively getting closer and closer to binding it all into a cognisent consistent potentially unique and valuable contibution to record it for posterity rather than argue with nutters on GHMB "mysteries". He ain't going to get rich even defray the expenses but I am sure it will be immensely valuable because already that is proven here!
Don't happen to know any barkin' experts that you could recommend to help do ya?