Mysteries :  The Official GrahamHancock.com forums
For serious discussion of the controversies, approaches and enigmas surrounding the origins and development of the human species and of human civilization. (NB: for more ‘out there’ posts we point you in the direction of the ‘Paranormal & Supernatural’ Message Board). 
Welcome! Log InRegister
charly Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Scott Creighton Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > charly Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Scott Creighton Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > I am sure you understand the point well
> > enough.
> > > > While some churches, chapels, abbeys and so
> > on
> > > may
> > > > have crypts for the deceased, these
> buidings
> > > are
> > > > conceived and built primarily as
> > places
> > > of
> > > > religious worship and various other
> religious
> > > > ceremonies, baptisms, weddings, funerals
> and
> > so
> > > > on. These buildings are not conceived for
> the
> > > > primary function of burial.
> > >
> > > A while the pyramid was conceived and built
> as
> > the
> > > tomb for the king,
> >
> > You keep repeating this as if saying it over
> and
> > over will make it true.
>
> Only reason I repeat it is because you don't get
> it.
>

You're right. I don't get why soemone keeps repeating the same thing over and over and think that by mere constant repetition will somehow make it true. I'm sure I'm not alone in this.

> For it to be accepted as
> > true you will need EVIDENCE.
>
> There is plenty, presented time and again on this
> board and others, but of course as a good fringe
> you deny, ignore, forget this.
>

No. If that were the case then I and many others on this board would not feel the need to keep asking for this evidence. Opinons, assumptions, guesses are NOT evidence. Claiming the pyramid is a tomb simply because that is what you think, will NOT make it a tomb. If what passes as evidence to you is the best you have then understand that it falls far short of the level of evidence I and many like me would expect. All you appear to have is nothing more than a BELIEF bordering on a cult and like most cults, they are difficult to shake.

> I have presented to
> > you physical evidence which explains the
> purpose
> > of the earth-filled stone container found by
> > Belzoni in G2. I have shown how this chthonic
> > ritual was carried on by later dynasties. In
> > short, I have shown you that the stone box in
> G2
> > (and by extension, all other pyramids with an
> > anonymous stone box) was never a QRSW (ie. a
> > sarcpphagus for the burial of a person such as
> we
> > find in the QRSW of mastabas).
>
> Your "evidence" is a debris filled sarcophagus
> i.o.w. rubbish.
> Inventing "stone boxes" that aren't sarcophagi
> (when the typology and developpement is well
> known) doesn't help either.
>

No. An earth-filled anonymous stone box also containing framents of bull bones. The earth symbolising the earth/kingdom, the bull bones symbolising the fecundity of the earth. Placed therein as part of a sacred chthonic ritual. I didn't "invent" anything. The EVIDENCE was found and reported by Belzoni. Alas, however, Belzoni didn't quite understand the implication of what he had discovered. Had he known about the later miniature replicas of this earth-filled box then I am certain he would not have been so quick to declare what he had found was a king's sarcophagus. It wasn't and isn't.
> >
> > various other parts of the
> > > pyramid complex were used for the numerous
> > aspects
> > > of the funeray cult.
> > >
> >
> > Just because your books speak of a "funerary
> cult"
> > does not make these temples funerary
> structures.
> > These temples abutting the pyramids were, imo,
> > temples of life of a "rebirth cult" (of the
> > earth/kingdom). Just like the later dynasties
> > would build sun temples in which to recite
> > prayers, spells and incantations to bring about
> > the rebirth of the sun each day, so these
> 'earth
> > temples' with prayers and incantations said
> each
> > day to bring about the desired rebirth of the
> > earth/kingdom (after the deluge).
>
> Your unsupported opinion.
>

No more "unsupported" than your "funerary cult". Except I have a piece of evidence--an earth-filled box--strongly indicating a chthonic function and rebirth (of the earth) ritual. Where's your mummy?

> > > > With the pyramid as an instrument not of
> > death
> > > but
> > > > of life and rebirth (for the
> earth/kingdom),
> > > why
> > > > wouldn't high-ranking people of that
> > > time
> > > > not want to be buried close to such
> an
> > > > edifice?
> > > >
> > > > SC
> > >
> > > The pyramid was not only the tomb of the king
> > but
> > > also a resurection machine (rebirth),
> >
> > And THAT is where I believe Egyptology has gone
> > awry. They were, imo, 'ressurection machines'
> to
> > bring about the rebirth of the kingdom - that
> is
> > what the Coptic-Egyptian tradition informs us
> and
> > is what the evidence points to. This is not to
> > say, however, that in later dynasties when the
> > pyramid was regarded an 'instrument of rebirth'
> > this concept would be appropriated for the king
> > himself, thus all the confusion we have today.
> But
> > they were FIRST the rebirth instruments for the
> > kingdom--16 (completed) pyramids that would, in
> > time, come to be seen as the body of Osiris
> which
> > had been cut into 16 pieces and scattered
> across
> > the land. This is what the Pyramid Texts say
> i.e.
> > "the pyramid is Osiris... the construction [of
> the
> > pyramid] is Osiris." The Ka of Osiris is within
> > the pyramid (NOT the Osiris N. king's actual
> > body). The pyramid as the 'body of Osiris'
> would
> > essentially serve as the Ka Double for kings of
> > this period.
>
> Folklore as evidence doesn't help either.

Yes--when the evidence goes against you then it is dismissed as "folklore". No doubt had this Coptic-Egyptian tradition stated these pyramids were conceived as tombs then you would have no problem using such texts to bolster your own argument. The FACT remains, these Coptic-Egyptian texts tell us these pyramids were constructed as 'recovery vaults' or 'arks'.

Your 16
> pyramid Osiris thing exists only in your
> immagination, not a shred of evidence (well real
> evidence) to support your claims.
>

What is it you don't understand when the Pyramid Texts tell us quite explicitly that "This pyramid is Osiris... this construction [of the pyramid] is Osiris"? By extension every and all pyramids were regarded by the AEs as the 'body of Osiris'. This is why in later dynasties, as the number of pyramids increased, so too did the body parts Of Osiris--from 16 to 26 and then 42. So why wouldn't the first 16 pyramids not have been regarded as the 'body of Osiris'?

> > high-ranking
> > > people wanted to be buried close to the most
> > > important one.
> > >
> > No. They would want to be close to a structure
> > they knew to be an instrument of rebirth (of
> the
> > kingdom). If the pyramid could bring about the
> > rebirth of the kingdom, it could surely bring
> > about their own rebirth. This is why an Osirian
> > rebirth is a fully corporeal event in the
> living
> > realm and not regarded as a metaphysical
> > resurrection in the heavenly realm. It is a
> > corporeal rebirth because the rebirth or
> > 'reawakening' of the earth was a fully
> corporeal
> > event.
>
> Made up story, by you.
>

No--a reinterpretation of the EVIDENCE.

> > > If the pyramids of the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th
> > dyn
> > > weren't the tombs of the kings, where are
> their
> > > tombs? Still hidden? What are the odds that
> not
> > a
> > > single one of those "hidden" tombs has been
> > found?
> >
> > Many early dynasty mastaba tombs of AE kings
> were
> > raided numerous times. I suspect some of those
> > kings may well have been re-located in the
> >
> Hall
> > of the Ancestors
.
>
> Hall of Ancestors, another story you made up.
>

Again--a reinterpretation of the EVIDENCE. I do not insist that it is correct. Only time may tell.

> But one would have thought
> > that the visibility of mastaba tombs would have
> > taught these early kings that underground
> burial
> > in an unmarked tomb was the safest way to
> ensure
> > an uniterrupted afterlife (certainly NOT an
> even
> > more highly visible pyramid).
>
> Again, no evidence of large scale looting before
> the FIP.
>

Evidence? And if that is so then why was it felt necessary that the kings suddenly needed a giant pyramid? One of the reasons often cited by orthodoxy is that the massive pyramids offered better security than the simple mastaba. But if, as you claim, mastaba tombs were never raided until the FIP, why then the need for the supposedly more secure pyramid?

> The underground tomb
> > of Khufu's mother at Giza was discovered only
> in
> > the early 20th century after a freak accident.
> I
> > suspect there may be other underground burials
> to
> > be found.
> >
> > SC
>
> Again, all those kings and not a single one found,
> what are the odds?

Em, that's kinda the whole point.

SC



Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 07-Jan-18 16:46 by Scott Creighton.

Options: ReplyQuote


Subject Views Written By Posted
Plausible functions of the great pyramid 2112 Nemobutwhatiimagian 04-Jan-18 19:10
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 419 Nemobutwhatiimagian 04-Jan-18 19:15
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 363 Barbelo 04-Jan-18 20:29
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 208 theoferrum 11-Jan-18 21:43
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 252 Nemobutwhatiimagian 05-Jan-18 12:53
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 254 D-Archer 05-Jan-18 13:25
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 222 Nemobutwhatiimagian 05-Jan-18 14:24
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 235 Pifaaso 05-Jan-18 14:58
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 203 MBeeler 07-Jan-18 05:14
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 271 M. J. Thomas 05-Jan-18 14:47
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 288 Jon Ellison 05-Jan-18 17:47
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 196 M. J. Thomas 05-Jan-18 19:39
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 240 Jon Ellison 05-Jan-18 20:51
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 221 M. J. Thomas 05-Jan-18 22:08
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 243 Jon Ellison 05-Jan-18 22:16
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 268 M. J. Thomas 06-Jan-18 00:59
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 206 Jon Ellison 06-Jan-18 08:40
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 182 Nemobutwhatiimagian 06-Jan-18 19:08
Re: Function in plain sight! 239 Thunderbird 07-Jan-18 19:12
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 227 Corpuscles 05-Jan-18 19:51
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 191 cladking 05-Jan-18 20:36
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 209 Jon Ellison 05-Jan-18 21:30
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 135 Audrey 06-Jan-18 06:50
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 242 charly 06-Jan-18 11:19
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 147 Jon Ellison 06-Jan-18 14:04
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 153 charly 06-Jan-18 15:00
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 140 Jon Ellison 06-Jan-18 19:50
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 121 charly 06-Jan-18 20:55
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 151 Jon Ellison 06-Jan-18 21:28
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 114 charly 06-Jan-18 21:52
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 113 Jon Ellison 06-Jan-18 21:58
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 156 charly 06-Jan-18 22:11
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 199 Scott Creighton 06-Jan-18 21:52
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 143 charly 06-Jan-18 23:04
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 143 Jon Ellison 06-Jan-18 23:14
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 171 Scott Creighton 07-Jan-18 10:10
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 156 theoferrum 12-Jan-18 07:05
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 200 Martin Stower 12-Jan-18 12:04
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 127 Nemobutwhatiimagian 13-Jan-18 10:49
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 119 cladking 13-Jan-18 15:28
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 139 Martin Stower 13-Jan-18 17:17
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 121 cladking 13-Jan-18 17:51
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 181 Nemobutwhatiimagian 08-Jan-18 19:04
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 169 Scott Creighton 06-Jan-18 14:28
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 164 charly 06-Jan-18 14:49
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 178 Scott Creighton 06-Jan-18 15:29
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 123 charly 06-Jan-18 21:35
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 129 Jon Ellison 06-Jan-18 21:46
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 146 charly 06-Jan-18 22:04
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 106 Jon Ellison 06-Jan-18 22:21
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 105 charly 06-Jan-18 22:43
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 150 Jon Ellison 06-Jan-18 22:51
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 126 Nemobutwhatiimagian 13-Jan-18 11:13
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 179 Scott Creighton 06-Jan-18 22:07
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 173 charly 07-Jan-18 09:20
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 192 Scott Creighton 07-Jan-18 11:20
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 105 Merrell 07-Jan-18 12:18
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 145 Scott Creighton 07-Jan-18 13:23
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 169 charly 07-Jan-18 14:17
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 134 cladking 07-Jan-18 15:00
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 110 Scott Creighton 07-Jan-18 15:11
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 191 charly 07-Jan-18 15:55
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 156 Scott Creighton 07-Jan-18 16:41
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 192 Corpuscles 07-Jan-18 17:28
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 147 Scott Creighton 07-Jan-18 18:52
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 219 Martin Stower 07-Jan-18 19:27
SC deflection 171 Corpuscles 08-Jan-18 23:00
I must be doing something right, too. n/t 161 cladking 09-Jan-18 02:01
Re:Sneferu and his pyramids 215 charly 09-Jan-18 09:32
Re: Re:Sneferu and his pyramids 180 Scott Creighton 10-Jan-18 13:26
Re: SC deflection 190 Scott Creighton 09-Jan-18 15:04
Re: SC deflection 193 Martin Stower 09-Jan-18 16:59
Re: SC deflection 136 Corpuscles 09-Jan-18 23:23
Re: SC deflection 177 Scott Creighton 10-Jan-18 10:22
Re: SC deflection 157 Martin Stower 10-Jan-18 11:56
Re: SC deflection 136 cladking 10-Jan-18 14:25
Re: SC deflection 166 Martin Stower 10-Jan-18 15:47
Re: SC deflection 171 cladking 10-Jan-18 17:05
Re: SC deflection 136 Open mind 10-Jan-18 17:14
Re: SC deflection 135 cladking 10-Jan-18 17:41
Ramps? 159 Scott Creighton 11-Jan-18 10:57
Re: SC deflection 126 Martin Stower 11-Jan-18 20:46
Re: SC deflection 127 cladking 11-Jan-18 21:12
Re: SC deflection 156 Corpuscles 11-Jan-18 01:17
Re: SC deflection 149 Open mind 11-Jan-18 04:07
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 123 Martin Stower 07-Jan-18 18:40
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 159 eyeofhorus33 09-Jan-18 21:05
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 134 cladking 09-Jan-18 22:41
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 155 Corpuscles 10-Jan-18 00:31
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 112 cladking 10-Jan-18 01:02
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 119 Scott Creighton 10-Jan-18 09:47
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 185 Merrell 10-Jan-18 16:09
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 146 eyeofhorus33 10-Jan-18 17:29
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 162 Scott Creighton 11-Jan-18 11:26
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 166 Martin Stower 11-Jan-18 15:00
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 156 eyeofhorus33 11-Jan-18 18:36
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 146 cladking 11-Jan-18 18:51
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 161 Martin Stower 11-Jan-18 19:32
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 114 eyeofhorus33 11-Jan-18 20:31
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 126 cladking 11-Jan-18 20:56
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 157 Martin Stower 11-Jan-18 21:17
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 208 cladking 12-Jan-18 01:00
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 129 eyeofhorus33 12-Jan-18 18:10
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 117 cladking 12-Jan-18 19:08
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 100 eyeofhorus33 12-Jan-18 20:44
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 112 cladking 12-Jan-18 21:26
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 128 eyeofhorus33 12-Jan-18 22:33
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 126 cladking 12-Jan-18 22:55
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 130 Corpuscles 12-Jan-18 23:25
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 120 cladking 13-Jan-18 00:59
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 114 Martin Stower 13-Jan-18 01:38
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 126 Martin Stower 12-Jan-18 23:37
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 100 cladking 13-Jan-18 00:52
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 146 Martin Stower 13-Jan-18 01:26
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 135 cladking 13-Jan-18 03:50
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 134 Corpuscles 12-Jan-18 23:04
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 193 Scott Creighton 12-Jan-18 10:39
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 116 eyeofhorus33 13-Jan-18 07:45
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 172 Scott Creighton 13-Jan-18 11:31
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 121 Martin Stower 13-Jan-18 12:31
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 125 cladking 13-Jan-18 15:03
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 126 cladking 13-Jan-18 15:17
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 133 eyeofhorus33 13-Jan-18 18:29
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 156 cladking 13-Jan-18 20:00
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 113 Martin Stower 13-Jan-18 21:27
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 118 cladking 13-Jan-18 21:34
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 152 eyeofhorus33 14-Jan-18 00:00
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 144 cladking 14-Jan-18 01:27
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 177 Nemobutwhatiimagian 09-Jan-18 17:55
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 151 Martin Stower 07-Jan-18 13:39
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 176 cladking 07-Jan-18 15:12
Sam: act 3 scene 2 126 Warwick 09-Jan-18 16:58
Re: Sam: act 3 scene 2 137 cladking 09-Jan-18 20:36
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 176 charly 07-Jan-18 15:17
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 119 cladking 07-Jan-18 15:50
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 124 Scott Creighton 07-Jan-18 18:02
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 207 Thanos5150 08-Jan-18 00:02
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 199 Martin Stower 08-Jan-18 10:33
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 164 Scott Creighton 08-Jan-18 10:47
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 181 Martin Stower 08-Jan-18 11:31
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 177 charly 08-Jan-18 13:18
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 191 Martin Stower 08-Jan-18 14:35
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 188 Scott Creighton 09-Jan-18 11:33
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 134 charly 09-Jan-18 13:59
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 122 cladking 09-Jan-18 14:34
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 139 Scott Creighton 09-Jan-18 15:54
the Root of the tree 142 Warwick 09-Jan-18 17:09
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 163 charly 09-Jan-18 19:49
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 118 Thunderbird 09-Jan-18 20:24
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 132 Thanos5150 09-Jan-18 23:01
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 171 Scott Creighton 10-Jan-18 08:42
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 147 Thanos5150 08-Jan-18 21:00
Rubbish! 161 Warwick 09-Jan-18 17:23
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 171 Martin Stower 09-Jan-18 18:02
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 129 Warwick 09-Jan-18 19:03
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 150 Thanos5150 09-Jan-18 22:35
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 169 Martin Stower 10-Jan-18 18:30
just to be clear... 171 Warwick 10-Jan-18 18:40
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 117 cladking 07-Jan-18 15:08
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 160 charly 07-Jan-18 16:03
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 119 cladking 07-Jan-18 20:27
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 143 Martin Stower 07-Jan-18 12:39
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 175 Audrey 07-Jan-18 07:04
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 165 Thanos5150 06-Jan-18 18:54
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 178 cladking 05-Jan-18 21:15
Re: Plausible (?) functions of the great pyramid 137 Susan Doris 05-Jan-18 23:34
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 237 Susan Doris 05-Jan-18 15:03
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 192 cladking 05-Jan-18 17:32
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 184 Susan Doris 05-Jan-18 17:45
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 205 Jon Ellison 05-Jan-18 18:01
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 166 cladking 05-Jan-18 18:50
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 169 Nemobutwhatiimagian 14-Jan-18 09:26
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 139 Nemobutwhatiimagian 06-Jan-18 16:59
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 137 Barbelo 06-Jan-18 19:53
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 157 Open mind 07-Jan-18 08:25
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 180 Nemobutwhatiimagian 07-Jan-18 12:18
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 163 Jon Ellison 07-Jan-18 12:42
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 173 M. J. Thomas 07-Jan-18 16:32
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 145 Open mind 07-Jan-18 16:42
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 123 M. J. Thomas 07-Jan-18 19:23
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 150 cladking 07-Jan-18 15:31
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 131 Open mind 07-Jan-18 16:07
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 170 cladking 07-Jan-18 20:42
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 168 Martin Stower 07-Jan-18 21:32
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 92 cladking 07-Jan-18 21:50
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 167 Martin Stower 07-Jan-18 22:19
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 184 Open mind 08-Jan-18 01:59
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 183 cladking 08-Jan-18 02:46
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 124 Warwick 09-Jan-18 19:15
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 184 Anonymous User 07-Jan-18 17:35
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 155 Nemobutwhatiimagian 07-Jan-18 22:02
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 166 Jon Ellison 07-Jan-18 22:09
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 163 cladking 07-Jan-18 22:28
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 185 Nemobutwhatiimagian 07-Jan-18 18:41
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 148 Nemobutwhatiimagian 08-Jan-18 18:58
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 147 Nemobutwhatiimagian 08-Jan-18 21:16
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 125 Nemobutwhatiimagian 08-Jan-18 21:45
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 163 Open mind 09-Jan-18 21:56
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 170 Nemobutwhatiimagian 10-Jan-18 01:20
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 149 Nemobutwhatiimagian 10-Jan-18 16:40
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 150 Open mind 10-Jan-18 17:07
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 159 Anonymous User 10-Jan-18 17:20
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 168 Open mind 10-Jan-18 17:50
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 103 Open mind 10-Jan-18 18:00
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 99 Anonymous User 10-Jan-18 18:22
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 137 Open mind 10-Jan-18 18:48
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 129 Anonymous User 10-Jan-18 19:06
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 173 Open mind 10-Jan-18 19:27
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 137 Anonymous User 10-Jan-18 19:48
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 129 Nemobutwhatiimagian 13-Jan-18 11:03
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 170 Anonymous User 13-Jan-18 15:09
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 182 Warwick 10-Jan-18 18:20
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 126 cladking 10-Jan-18 21:27
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 171 Open mind 10-Jan-18 21:33
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 134 Nemobutwhatiimagian 10-Jan-18 23:59
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 202 Open mind 11-Jan-18 03:57
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 110 M. J. Thomas 11-Jan-18 19:35
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 192 Nemobutwhatiimagian 11-Jan-18 01:31
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 184 M. J. Thomas 11-Jan-18 19:48
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 176 cladking 11-Jan-18 01:41
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 153 Open mind 11-Jan-18 02:46
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 180 kborissov 23-Jan-18 00:44
Re: Plausible functions of the great pyramid 205 kborissov 28-Jan-18 18:50


Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.