> It should be near a million if you count the
> number of times I said it between the lines.
an exaggeration is an exaggeration no matter how exaggerated it is
> The Pyramid Texts is easy enough as soon as you
> simply accept the fact they knew what they were
> talking about.
I assume anyone who writes something in stone knows what they are writing
They saw reality much differently
> than we do but their perspective
still no mention of yours for comparison
was based on
> 40,000 years of scientific observation.
> people weren't daft, confused, or superstitious.
> They hadn't stared too long at the sun. They
> simply saw reality in human terms and ascribed
> human characteristics to all of reality.
The had an Elemental Belief System
> This just isn't that complex.
It was very complex
> The language was wonderful in its ability to say
> exactly what you meant.
Most language is, as long as the speaker is relatively sane
The listener either
> understood or knew he didn't because it sounded
> like gobbledty gook;
If you knew the language you understood.
just a bunch of disjointed
> words. Of course it can't be translated but they
> didn't need a language as flexible as ours. They
> didn't need writing since the original speaker was
> always understood.
Of course it Can be translated. You've alluded to telling us you've done so a million times
> These are all simple concepts and, ultimately,
> solving this language was really quite simple as
Care to share how you differentiated between the words, consonants and determinatives for us dummies?
> I find the ancients to be very remarkable people
> since they were a force of nature. They operated
> naturally, thought naturally, and in terms of the
> same natural logic that underlies mathematics.
> They painted all of nature with a human face that
> we still can see out of the corner of our eyes.
> They simply were nothing like us so when we
> ascribe all these wacky beliefs to them we are
> really describing ourselves and assuming they were
> primitive versions of us. They were not.
> Humanity changed from homo sapiens to homo
> omnnisciencis but we can't see it from our
> position at the crown of creation.
They ate, they made waste, they laughed and cried, they lived and died
they were people
Just like us