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Did you read "The Fingerprints of the Gods" written for Graham Hancock? There you can find a lot of information for you to be more poen minded and stop dobting me. You have TO LET PEOPLE HAD THEIR OWN OPINIONS.

~sigh~ Where did I say you couldn't have your own opinion?
Yes.. I have read Fingerprints of the Gods and I own a copy of it still. I disagree with much of it.

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If you are saying that you do not believe that egyptians travelled overseas it's allright. It's you're opinion. But you can never say that you are always right and the others are not. This is not a trial. You can not say that people have always to proof things IF EVEN THE STUDIOUS OF THE SUBJECT CAN BE TOTALLY SURE.
I respect you're opinion please stop this trial. This conversation it's supposed to be a good thing not a bad.

What trial? I've been a member here since 1998 (or so) and I'm just discussing this matter. It is not my opinion that the AE ships were not capable of ocean going. It is the opinion of the people who have studied the AE method of ship building and the remains of the AE boats.

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To resume Osiris was describled as human, suprehuman. His description exacly matches with Quetzacoaltl, Kukulcan, and Viracocha. They are all civilisatory and very iluminated who travelled the world in boats and taught all kinds of things to people (You really have to read the book because here it's a quick resume).

There was a change from the native method of viewing Quetzacoaltl, Kukulcan, and Viracocha when the Spanish arrived. They wanted to present themselves as the "second coming" of these gods ... Quetzacoaltl esp was hardly a peace loving civilizing god ... he's shown in the native codices and tearing his victims apart, the Spanish recorded a scarifice of thousands upon his pyramid.

There is an excellent paper called "Burying the White Gods" by Camilla Townsend, a Mesoamericanist. You can find a copy of it here:

[historycooperative.press.uiuc.edu]



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Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 315 Duncan Kunz 29-Nov-06 13:07
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 174 Cintia Panizza 29-Nov-06 13:30
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 153 Duncan Kunz 29-Nov-06 16:32
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 159 Citizen Attorney 29-Nov-06 14:58
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 170 Duncan Kunz 29-Nov-06 16:36
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 167 Me 30-Nov-06 01:03
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 191 Duncan Kunz 30-Nov-06 05:26
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 196 Cintia Panizza 30-Nov-06 13:56
For Cintia 188 Duncan Kunz 30-Nov-06 18:11
For Duncan 159 Cintia Panizza 02-Dec-06 13:20
Read with a mirror ... previous post on GHB 158 W_C_Sally 03-Dec-06 08:23
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 201 Katherine 05-Dec-06 17:04
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 180 Cintia Panizza 30-Nov-06 17:32
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 167 Cintia Panizza 30-Nov-06 13:27
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 173 Laird Scranton 30-Nov-06 22:39
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 178 Me 30-Nov-06 23:51
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 150 Laird Scranton 01-Dec-06 00:15
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 172 mephisto 03-Dec-06 08:32
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 141 Katherine 05-Dec-06 17:27
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 186 Merrell 05-Dec-06 14:52
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 169 Ian Alex Blease 04-Dec-06 00:09
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 144 Cintia Panizza 05-Dec-06 16:36
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 129 Katherine 05-Dec-06 17:14
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 169 Cintia Panizza 05-Dec-06 18:35
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 242 Merrell 05-Dec-06 18:47
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 189 Cintia Panizza 05-Dec-06 19:33
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 129 Katherine 05-Dec-06 19:48
Transcript 154 Katherine 05-Dec-06 19:57
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 212 Merrell 05-Dec-06 20:25
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 158 Katherine 05-Dec-06 20:34
For Kat 127 Cintia Panizza 05-Dec-06 18:38
Re: For Kat 139 Katherine 05-Dec-06 18:43
Cintiapanizza 252 Katherine 05-Dec-06 19:29
For Kat and Merrel 190 Cintia Panizza 06-Dec-06 12:33
Re: For Kat and Merrel 176 Katherine 06-Dec-06 15:10
Re: For Kat and Merrel 223 Merrell 06-Dec-06 15:55
Re: For Kat and Merrel 197 Merrell 07-Dec-06 11:55
Re: For Kat and Merrel 180 Me 07-Dec-06 23:55
Re: For Kat and Merrel 530 Katherine 08-Dec-06 00:25
Re: For Kat and Merrel 178 Laird Scranton 08-Dec-06 04:21
Re: For Kat and Merrel 197 Katherine 08-Dec-06 05:07
Re: For Kat and Merrel 212 Laird Scranton 08-Dec-06 15:55
Re: For Kat and Merrel 213 Merrell 08-Dec-06 14:53
Re: For Kat and Merrel 186 Laird Scranton 08-Dec-06 16:10
Re: For Kat and Merrel 197 Merrell 08-Dec-06 18:27
Re: For Kat and Merrel 167 Laird Scranton 08-Dec-06 22:34
Re: For Kat and Merrel 184 Me 08-Dec-06 23:55
Re: For Kat and Merrel 175 Laird Scranton 09-Dec-06 00:01
Re: For Kat and Merrel 169 Laird Scranton 09-Dec-06 15:51
Re: For Kat and Merrel 244 Merrell 09-Dec-06 21:00
Re: For Kat and Merrel 167 Laird Scranton 09-Dec-06 23:58
Re: For Kat and Merrel 248 Laird Scranton 10-Dec-06 15:47
Re: For Kat and Merrel 204 Merrell 10-Dec-06 16:33
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 200 Raja 06-Dec-06 12:49
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 125 Cintia Panizza 06-Dec-06 13:03
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 172 Raja 06-Dec-06 13:13
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 204 Raja 06-Dec-06 13:19
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 176 Katherine 06-Dec-06 15:17
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 179 Raja 06-Dec-06 17:26
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 171 Katherine 06-Dec-06 17:34
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 167 Katherine 06-Dec-06 15:13
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 140 Cintia Panizza 06-Dec-06 17:11
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 185 Katherine 06-Dec-06 17:33
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 145 Raja 06-Dec-06 17:34
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 182 Katherine 06-Dec-06 17:41
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 136 Cintia Panizza 06-Dec-06 21:17
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 178 Katherine 06-Dec-06 21:25
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 159 Cintia Panizza 06-Dec-06 21:45
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 193 Katherine 06-Dec-06 22:15
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 174 Cintia Panizza 07-Dec-06 14:01
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 170 Raja 01-Dec-06 06:40
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 195 Lee McGiffen 03-Dec-06 11:38
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 155 foton 05-Dec-06 11:30
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 172 Me 06-Dec-06 00:10
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 209 Merrell 05-Dec-06 13:13
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 198 P Mac 03-Dec-06 13:50
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 177 Bobajot 03-Dec-06 23:09
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 157 Cintia Panizza 05-Dec-06 16:40
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 170 Bobajot 06-Dec-06 23:30
Re: Egypt/Maya 'correlation' 189 Cintia Panizza 07-Dec-06 14:08


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