> Steve Clayton Wrote:
> > "Go to a wall(any wall will prolly do), and
> > about 6 inches from it. Now, lean forward a
> > little(I think it helps if you lean into it
> > Now, rapidly bang your forehead against the
> > ten or fifteen times(but you can go more if you
> > think it will help)."
> It feels like I've been banging my head for years
> and years. Getting through to people is pretty
> tough when what you're saying goes against every
> single one of their beliefs.
> You are suggesting that these people might not
> have been stupid and ignorant. You are suggesting
> that maybe they used their heads to build instead
> of their backs. You are implying that they
> mightta been a lot smarter than Egyptologists and
> people today are convinced "evolution" is making
> us smarter and smarter. We have science don't
> People find the concept that the ancients were
> capable and knowledgeable abhor ant and the fact
> you don't care if they were moribund and
> superstitious is irrelevant to this point.
> You'll find on the net it's almost always better
> to give the other guy the benefit of the doubt.
> This is a difficult venue for parsing meaning.
> > Cladking is not required to
> > supply anything to back up his assertions.
> As I've said numerous times, ALL of the evidence
> supports my theory and the fact that it has
> predictive value virtually proves the theory.
> Simply stated my theory is nothing new but is
> rather a reinterpretation of all of the physical
> evidence put in a framework of logic and
> rediscovered by solving the Pyramid Texts in
> context while reverse engineering the great
> This is simple enough but I can't draw that above
> paragraph in a simple CAD drawing. If you ignore
> the peanut gallery you just might find a thread to
> allow you to understand the theory. YOU don't
> believe ancient superstition matters but I do.
> It was by rediscovering ancient science that I
> learned to understand the ancient metaphysics;
> their language. Imagine my surprise when I
> discovered they had NO superstition and we DO!
> If you aren't careful you can lose support. Most
> people on this site (other than the peanut
> gallery) are well intentioned and want you to
> succeed so give them the benefit of ANY doubt.
I am aware there are well intentioned individuals here on the board. As for support, I'm not sure that matters much to me. I'm not up here to win a popularity contest. I am not that insecure.
Becoming steeped into the AE religion, has no bearing on a mechanical process. The two are totally independent of each other. Intermixing them, will not change the behavior of Gravity, or anything of the like.
If you really feel inadequate about representing you point of view, I suggest you Google and download a copy of Sketchup, preferably Sketchup 2017 Make. It's Free. It takes all of about 1 hour, to start being able to make a difference. Jonny E, managed to do this. He complained as well, though made the effort to change his situation.
How many years have you been up here, arguing back and forth. In all this time, I have not seen you make any progress. What support have you gained? You will not be remembered for your augments, other than in a negative light. Bitching about the way people are, will not gain you anything, as it is not constructive.
Not all of us up here give a hoot about AE superstition. The subject of my efforts, have nothing to do with "ancient metaphysics". I only concern myself with the mechanics involved, with building a Pyramid. I am not sure, why you feel it is your obligation, to educate us all on ancient superstitions. Superstition is an unjustified belief in the supernatural. It has little or no place in people with a sound mind.