> Hi Jon,
> So many possible scenarios that could explain what
> went down in those days, and your two may be what
> did, the lubricant idea is kinda plausible to some
> degree, i say some degree because not all sides of
> these chambers exhibit this run off of plaster,
> and not all roof beams are plastered, see these
> three pics below.
> This shot seems to show the ceiling beams devoid
> of plaster , the left insert is of course
> Campbells chamber, im not sure what chamber
> Hawaas is in
> Just to show this gloopy looking plaster dripping
> down the side walls.
> So yea there's no consistancy in their use of this
> plaster, it may be the difference use could be
> down to what gang was working on the chamber
> installation at the time.
> I feel were going to be stuck with speculation as
> to its purpose, mainstream archaeology hasn't
> given it any research since Petrie's time, and i
> doubt if they ever will.
> So yea your sequence of events could be right.
> Sfbey wrote,
> "The cartouche is not on plaster. It is on white
> Tura limestone."
> Well if you took some time and examined the photos
> by Colette Dowel of the block that the Khufu
> Cartouche is on you could only come to one
> conclusion, and that is that the ceiling block has
> been platered, ergo the cartouche is on top
> Take a long look at those pics here
> 4> and if you still think its bare limstone, then
> with due respect, i can only suggest making an
> appointment with an optician
He said while completely ignoring the 3 eye-witnesses who ALL state that the roof blocks are indeed bare Tura Limestone.
But, "you could only come to one conclusion", the one that supports the crack-pot LLAC 'Theory'.
(See you @ the Eye Dr's.)
Campbell's Chamber roof blocks are Tura Limestone until proven otherwise.
THE Cartouche in Campbell's Chamber IS Authentic, as are ALL other RC's Glyphs, until proven otherwise.
"This Forgery 'theory' has more holes than a sieve basket."