Thank you for writing back. I stepped away from this page for 7 days with hopes of something new, thank you for your encouragement...
I find solace and no coincidence in the fact that you, Jeremy Benthem, would be the one to help me push past any naysayers and stay focused. Unbeknownst to anyone, you've played a part in my personal narrative as I have been recognized for some great social achievements for my community. I was named one of my cities "most unsung heroes" during our sesquicentennial for my philanthropic work in elementary education. Something I continue today, on many levels. You see, Jeremy, I am Robin Hood AND Prince John for my community, something I think you'd appreciate. My previous efforts to discount my credibility through my personal and scholastic hardships and highlight the absolute worst of those hardships were all in vain. It was all for the Doc and Company with hopes of making them at least entertain all options when solving a mystery of their own. Clearly, I have no problems being a martyr for my community or my cause. I used to be a landman negotiating oil and gas leases with mineral right owners which included hours of work in the courthouse, grinding through a centuries worth of property records to find who actually owned the land. Prior to that I worked for a company that built and marketed the website for the most popular crypto currency company in all the land. I graduated with more credits than anyone who has ever attended my prestigious private college throughout our 120+ years as an institution of higher education. I simply didn't care to have a high gpa, I focused on the things that mattered and did just enough to get by and partying as much as I could, lol. My mantra in college was "bring me a block of cheese so that I may feast!", Jeremy, we should grab a proper pint sometime soon and talk. My college was mostly paid for through scholarships and the fruits of being a paid athlete after my schooling. However all I wrote is still true but it's self inflected in hopes of rising all who are around me up into their own greatness. I was not happy making big money for oil and gas, I slept like shit. I am happy and sleep like a baby on a couch knowing that tomorrow I get to make the world a better place to live, again. I appreciate my opportunities when my time on this plane is so short. It's the "unsung hero" tag that I happily cannot shake from my namesake that will carry over, hopefully...
Currently, I'm writing a short story based off of several poems by the Frenchman Remy, our 7th star of the Pleiades and window into nature, which takes place in modern times but written with an ancient Grecian sub-narrative (because I play games within games, within games) I'm casting a timetraveling oracle as the main character. LOL, it's true though. I've never attempted to write a story, especially one like this! You see my inability to hold a job has 100% to do with how bored I get so fast, like in school, and my mind will soon wander and I inevitably just want to create something new and do art, camp and go fishing. My inability to get a job stems from the aforementioned complex, lol. Unfortunately, my ability to negotiate a "signing bonus" with each position has keep the carrot dangling. I'll negotiate a few thousand down to cover what ever transitional expenses I have along with a 6 month guaranteed pay. They get their monies worth, I go above and beyond for my employer but only for so long, then I'm mentally checked out, then I'm physically checked out. But you see, now I have a few thousand to put into a new creative idea that's gnawing at my soul and time spent fishing and camping with my daughter. I'll live like a hippie artist until I can't afford to start the next big project. As of now I'm sitting on about 200 lbs of crystals I intend to use in art installments and help in my future video production, which I've never done before. The video will be from the story I'm currently writing and sung by a local artist using the beat that I'm about to produce, I have never attempted to write or produce a song ever in my life, but it sounds fun. I have never, ever in my life done any of the following and all of which I am going to do, because why not, sounds fun. I know what you're thinking, but I have been boo'd by thousands of people, an entire stadiums worth of people when I played baseball. I got a little wild and hit their star with a fastball breaking? his elbow, so my fear of public ridicule is virtually non existent. I had to go back out there the next night to close it out and got the job done. You're going to fail, miserably at times, but you gotta let'em hang. I'm a lone wolf, I have no one to answer to, except my young daughter of course, lol.
I don't know what else to say except that not much can put my dobber in the dirt, lol, IamI the real pifaaso.
But I digress... I don't think he did it. I think he had a role in the construction of the pit, or his "sect' were the keepers of this knowledge. By that I mean his lineage of knowledge pertaining to advanced hydrodynamics, which began at a very young age, even predating his art studies I believe. Treasures are often moved, I believe the knowledge of the necessary construction to hide a treasure of such value/importance and the secrets in how to hide it would have moved with it, not physically. I have several childhood friends who grew to be Seals and French Legionnaries (people of same blood/energy find each other, shit, I'd been a warrior too but I threw a baseball 96 mph, lol!, lucky me;) and have been called on for special assignments. Times are the same, specialists are specialists in any realm in any time, just as you are all specialists here, in this plane, now, on mysteries of Egypt. because of this I'd call on you guys for anything, regardless, because I know you'd do it for the knowledge and hopes of spreading your knowledge, just as I have here with you.
I agree with everything you said above, the show is hard to watch. But I'd feel okay if I end up being the one who solved this mystery. Just think, maybe I too could be revered as an asshole by critical theorists, "the asshole who found the great capstone", lol. That is something I'd like to write a book about, what do you think Graham, wanna help me put this book on the shelves?