> Hi Matt.
> eyeofhorus33 Wrote:
> > Hello Lee
> > My introduction to the writings of Graham
> > was 'Fingerprints of the Gods' shortly after
> > finished reading a book entitled 'When the Sky
> > Fell' by the Flem-Aths.
> Never got around to When the Sky Fell, but I read
> the Atlantis Blueprint by the Flem Aths.
> > I then read 'Keeper of Genesis' and was
> > by the claim that seismic surveys had detected
> > what might be man-made chambers beneath the
> > Sphinx. This seemed to lend weight to the
> > ramblings of the so-called 'sleeping prophet',
> > Edgar Cayce, who had previously claimed that
> > was indeed a subterranean chamber yet to be
> > discovered.
> > Robert Schoch's claims that the type of erosion
> > the body of the Sphinx was caused by heavy
> > rainfall and not wind erosion was also of
> > to me.
> > What I also find particularly baffling is that
> > 'entrance' to G1's sarcophagus chamber is
> > bigger than a crawl space. It seems to my mind
> > somewhat unceremonial and undignified to drop
> > coffin, get on one's hands and knees and push
> > through the entrance. Naturally, some will
> > that I am wrongly ascribing modern funerary
> > traditions and practices to an ancient
> > civilisation but it is something I have never
> > able to reconcile.
> Imagine all the other indignities poor Khufu
> suffered just to get there, the least of which not
> being able to even go through his own mortuary
> temple and dragged up a temporary structure to get
> up to the entrance.
> 41326,1041858#msg-1041858]HERE.[/url] Not a single
> relevant response despite hundreds of views.
> > I like to read the posts of others and don't
> > always have anything to offer to the
> > of a discussion, so I keep quiet. Other times,
> > poke the dog with a stick.
> It seems to me that for some of you, the ones who
> could make a more meaningful contribution, "poking
> the dog with a stick" is how you spend most of
> your time here. I mean, for example, what do you
> think of this Matt:
> 57597,page=1]The Enigma of the Palace Facade
> Mastabas of the 1st Dynasty[/url]
> No contribution from you, Martin, Dr T, ect. Or to
> most of the ideas I have presented here:
> 23765]Mysteries: The Collected Works of
> Its not about me, but rather these topics, that I
> do not understand why it is more interesting to
> argue with flat Earthers or the minutia of the
> Khufu cartouche for the umpteenth time or
> Cladking's stupid bullshit ad nauseum. And not
> just along with more interesting topics, but
> actually in lieu of? I am truly at a loss to
> understand why people care most about the things
> in reality they should care the least.
> > I have always been - and remain - open to
> > the work of authors regarded as 'fringe'.
> > Those are some of the reasons which brought me
> > the site. I read articles from the News Desk,
> > threads on the message board and on occasions
> > contribute something to a thread when I think I
> > have something to offer, or a question I'd like
> > ask, prompted by reflection on the discussions
> > enjoy reading.
> Fair enough.
> I suspect you had some Egyptology courses in your
For my part, while I enjoy reading, I don't have the knowledge base to even begin to form an opinion, let alone express one.