Manu: "All the evidence" circumstantially revolves around the central evidence which is what is physically in the chamber ...
Manu:...and that physical evidence in the chamber can be explained with an in situ job by pyramid workers.
Oh sure--the ancient Egyptians wrote sideways and upside-down all the time. If you can find examples of such upside-down in-situ writing outwith the GP, I'd be happy to look at it.
Manu: The relevant publication to your main quest isn't our Sphinx paper, it's the Inventory Stele paper because the stele explicitly pins this pyramid on Khufu.
I wasn't refering your paper as any kind of support to my own contention. Merely saying that I enjoyed reading it.
Manu: This is just one other piece of evidence, you are welcome to quibble with, which says he was the builder of that pyramid.
The Inventory Stele says nothing of the sort. "He built HIS pyramid" could mean many things. There is also a very big clue in the Inventory Stele which suggests the structure was already in existence (and no, it's nothing to do with anything Sitchin has proposed).
Manu: Whether or not Robert and I agree on any given topic isn't (head-) wind in your sails, but only for the record, I refer you to Robert's July 24, 2014 blog entry
Yes, I read that. His apparent mind change was August 2017.
I should add that your colleague, Dr Schoch, is on record in saying the building of the GP (not just the Sphinx) likely goes back to around 11k years ago.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 09-Jun-18 16:24 by Scott Creighton.