> are held up by the tomb theorists as proof that the pharaoh was
> chucked out of the pyramids and that this is proof of the tomb
> theory (which we are not actually discussing here).
Actually, you brought them up this time around... I used them as evidence several months ago in a post directed to you.
> In our
> book, Gary and I go to considerable length in analysing and
> disecting these particular passages of the Papyrus Ipuwer.
Should be interesting.
> I am sure you will find our conclusions uncomfortable for you.
I am sure you are wrong. I have no emotional connections to any of your conclusions - I might find them outlandish, but never uncomfortable.
So what do you think Scott - is it acceptable to quote only half a stanza when the other half contradicts the point you are making?