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Hi Titus
I've have followed your topics here with interest and agree with you in this sense that it's important to look at all this issues with all it takes in the name of the scientific curiosity.

In my opinion a person outside the established science is just as capable to find
seeds we need to solve some of the missing parts of the history or make invention to help us finding another seed to evolve our society.

I admitting some people have exeptionel skills and intelligence, children at a age of 3 playing and writing music, speaking 3-5 different languages, mathematic, physics, art etc. and when they're 20 with 3-4-6 different master degrees, at age 40 top of the pop and really have done a different.

What about when this intelligence was educated and raised 50 100 200 500 1000 2000 3500 5550 years ago, what could their name have been how long back can we go before history is getting vague or mythical or as John Legon always call invented for political purposes?

Fx. who designed this [ []] the first time and invented it and was thinking these letters give sense to one people or more, because of the style?
And why should semitic mineworkers invent this script - a stage of writing intermediate between Egyptian hieroglyphics and the Semitic alphabet?
So the designer in my knowledge of designing letters should have knowledge in
egyptian hieroglyph but I'm in doubt if the semitic had a alphabet at all at that time, if yes why isn't there much more finds of exactly this alphabet the next 100s of years, but in the end it's still considered the base or father to the
next generations of letters?

I know there are many different meanings of exactly this script here.
[net.lib.byu.edu]


And here is what you probably will call pseudo science but as I try
to express who have tried to cross examine it more than what there is
written but also who could have invented it and why.
He is basing this evidence on a inter-scientifical research in history, egyptology, theology, archeology and historical astronomy.
So could it be moses who invented it, many ancient writers says yes modern scholars says his a myth?
But is this disappeared traces which are mentioned here pure speculation
or is it?

[www.moses-egypt.net]

As you wrote few people know Gordon Childe (but now a bit more because of Spielberg).
Just like Ove v Spaeth

Best

Martin

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Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 977 Titus Livius 13-Nov-08 18:50
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 327 gulsbo 13-Nov-08 20:00
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 309 dmatherly 13-Nov-08 20:25
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 196 martinpescatore 14-Nov-08 00:28
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 244 Pete Vanderzwet 14-Nov-08 17:47
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 286 Lee Burton 13-Nov-08 21:31
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 252 Titus Livius 14-Nov-08 08:24
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 270 Lee Burton 14-Nov-08 12:09
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 261 NetWorkAngel 14-Nov-08 15:18
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 222 Lee Burton 14-Nov-08 15:45
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 236 Pete Vanderzwet 14-Nov-08 18:21
And so each new message on the Mysteries forum proves my point... 218 Pete Vanderzwet 15-Nov-08 08:10
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 266 Merrell 15-Nov-08 09:53
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 300 Susan Doris 17-Nov-08 07:53
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 550 martinpescatore 13-Nov-08 23:48
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 199 legionromanes 14-Nov-08 19:18
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 282 dmatherly 14-Nov-08 20:48
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 651 richarddullum 15-Nov-08 03:55
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 208 legionromanes 15-Nov-08 16:15
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 278 dmatherly 15-Nov-08 17:47
Re: Real archaeology vs. pseudo-archaeology 270 legionromanes 15-Nov-08 18:43
Re: Real archaeology ;) 223 martinpescatore 17-Nov-08 10:20


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