> Martin Stower Wrote:
> > I was just now looking at this.
> > £8.24 is the price of a page check only.
> > Actually getting the copies done costs more (I
> > suspect a lot more).
> > M.
> Hi Martin
> Please could I ask for some detail of what the
> significance of this document has? Sorry the
> thread has become fragmented and I have not
> grasped the point?
> It is sad news that DUNE was unable to locate
> 'target documents' however enormous THANKS for
> There seems to have been many who have vaguely
> concocted a version of a not well articulated or
> specified conspiracy theory, about the end resting
> place of the G3 sarcophogus. Some mild mannered
> such as Avery and Dune, others who seem to attract
> ire, others who are seemingly addicted to CT's.
> Could you confirm your study results in it being
> ....lost at sea?
> I have taken interest in parts of two long
> threads, and have attempted to be objective.
> I confess (somewhat proudly) that I have no
> experience of plotting any grand theft however the
> conclusion I reach at this point is it rests
> somewhere in the sea.
> This is because ( recall what you thought was a
> humourous post but was really an attempt to
> respond to T'Bird in a form fitting ....no humour
> consciously intended):
> In order for the sarcophogus to be stolen or sold
> then we have the problem of disposing (mass
> murder) of the Beatrice crew or ability to somehow
> ensure absolutely no leak (silence) of what else
> is imagined to have happened.
> If a high ranking official whether English or
> Egyptian or otherwise wanted to acquire the item
> then surely early covert, silent, behind the
> scenes action, with as few involved as possible
> and no correspondence would be essential?
> In other words if someone sold it eg in Livorno,
> how does the ships captain hope to survive to
> answer questions and explain where it went unless
> he and all crew was to be murdered?
> No one could confidently unload the item, during
> say eg hostile attack outside a port.
> Was a sarcophogus so important that a captain
> would agree to the preplanned destruction of his
> own ship? As I say I am no great train robber...
> but that sounds an obviously stupid plot to me!
> Particularly when the transport seems to have
> entered official interest of the Foreign Secretary
> of the then world's super power and arranged by a
> government official, and interest of the British
> Even if it mever was loaded on to Beatrice, as
> some seem to infer, Forshall has an official
> letter, and has involved a high profile insurance
> institution. Strange way to go about thieving
> Does that make sense? Hope so
> PS EDIT: Origyptian... if it proves interestingly
> important, could you advise how much it cost to
> acquire the document? Please? US$ is Ok I can
> convert .
Hi Corp, I'm not 100% sure myself on the significance, etc. of the Forshall document, but some would have us believe it's very important to this CT.
I guess 'someone' could've loaded the Sarcophagus onto a rail car, transported secretly to another port, etc, and possibly slipped the Capt/crew of the Beatrice a few GBPS to keep quiet, etc. etc. etc. thereby avoiding the mass murder part.....
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