> I guess you have already seen this but just wanted
> to link it in case you might want to check it
> again. Hawara Labyrinth Egyptian Complex
> When a little thinking rides it as it goes along,
> you may find a bit of an idea about trying what
> you are doing in a slightly different way. I
> don’t know how you think or what you focus on
> when you do think, but maybe something in the
> video will spur you on to a new inclusion to what
> you are playing with...especially translations of
> spells and instructions where material or
> practical references may just be an allusion to
> physiological journeys instead of terrestrial or
> celestial journeys.
The video is extremely well done. I have some reservations about the technology used to explore the Labyrinth and whether it exists as described. There's no reason it can't because stranger things do exist.
I tend to prefer the simplest explanation for everything. It is beyond obvious that ancient people were capable, strong, and wise. They most obviously did not achieve this through trial and error or beliefs, superstitions, and nonsensical twaddle as archaeologists believe. They had science to achieve what they did and either this science was terrestrial or extraterrestrial (or both). At this time I simply prefer to stick with the idea that it was home grown and see how this explains the evidence and is consistent with logic and nature. There are certainly tantalizing clues that there might be extraterrestrial input if you go very far back, long before the pyramids but I seriously doubt we can ever understand any of this without FIRST understanding ancient science. This is my primary interest until such time as it's been proven that the pyramids were built just as the Pyramid Texts describe literally. Once this is shown I'll move on to practical applications for the limited ancient science I already understand.
I think a lot of people are on the right track in this field. Indeed, most of the alts will be proven to be right at least in part. Even Sitchen might someday be seen as having insights into ancient times. God knows I love his work concerning the ben ben. If Sitchen can be right at all then Egyptology is simply wrong across the board. Someone told me that most archaeologists were born with a silver spoon in their mouths. Normal people can't afford to take a two year unpaid internship. This would certainly explain the chokehold of nonsense on the (soft) sciences. Of course they want us to believe that people used to drag stones up ramps but we're all better now and we work without the chains and whips. I wonder how much truth in in this.
Logically everything after the invention of writing is, I believe, explicable in terms of my theory. Before this there might well be things that are "anomalous".
There's just so very much we don't know. There is infinitely more we don't know than that we do. The number is so exceedingly huge that it makes the concept of "infinity" look puny. Our science doesn't even accept the concept of "reality" and this must someday be a first step to truly understanding anything.
I've come to believe that ancient people tried to preserve ancient knowledge as "God"; a Holy Trinity that was composed of Knowledge, Creation, and Understanding. Knowledge begets Creation and this gives rise to Understanding. We're babes in the woods compared to ancient people.