> SC: My point here is that this
> Coptic-Egyptian tradition tells us something quite
> different. The question is: which one is right?
> Corp: I am sure you will decide and make up a
> completely different cherry picked version and
> claim it as "evidence".
> Certainly I draw my own conclusions and those
> conclusions are based upon both documentary and
> physical evidence. I find it somewhat amusing that
> you consider that I have "cherry picked" one
> explanation of why these pyramids were constructed
> and yet, at the same time, you fail to realise
> that Egyptology has "cherry picked" the other
It is evidence which gets cherry-picked, not explanations. I find it amusing that you use the phrase without understanding it.
It is a documented FACT that you have cherry-picked, among other things, even your (so-called by you) “Coptic-Egyptian tradition”.
As for Corpuscles, he has in my estimation made his position perfectly clear:
However, a reasonable objective study of the discoveries made in Egypt, beyond a primary focus on just one pyramid, even if such study accompanied by considerable scepticism, then that "anyone" would be in no doubt why Egyptology reaches its speculative opinion, based on what evidence actually found (as opposed to just imagined)
My understanding of this is that he has considered the question from a position which is clearly not one of preconceived “orthodoxy” and having considered it, he does not believe that Egyptology is doing the cherry-picking.
Any news on the naked woman with fangs?