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> Mr Creighton seems to insist that :
> - Vyse "found" cardinal numbers (ie upright )
> -Presumably he "found" them somewhere***
> associated, with either or both separately, with
> the nfr or was sceptre symbol also
> in a
> ***"somewhere" perhaps in a very secret never to
> emerge document?
> Surely this 'master fraudster' would have copied
> such onto paper (ie not just retained in his
> NOW, in wishing to fool all comers he decides it
> ought be upside down to indicate his forgery was
> made as part of construction and placed upside
> SO, instead of merely obtaining his piece of paper
> and turning it upside down..... inexplicably for a
> super duper fraudster and way ahead of his time
> interpreter of rudimentary hieratic almost
> identical to the hieroglyphic equivalent of
> cardinal numbers.....
> ….. HE THEN DECIDES (STUPIDLY) to place a
> mirror to his page to determine what it would look
> like upside down!!!!
> If you don't follow what I am pointing out then
> look at SC's step one and look at it from the top
> of your computer screen to mimick "upside down"
> now..... do you (ANYONE) see the same thing as SC
> suggests is step two?
I wish that I had said this . . .
I liked the idea that Vyse was too dim to realise that the transformation needed was a rotation, but the likely medium, a piece of paper, imposing the right choice of physical necessity, did not occur to me.