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9 months ago
Origyptian
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Thanos5150 Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: > > > > -------------------------------------------------- > --
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9 months ago
Origyptian
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > > In Affifi Rohim’s (Chief Inspector of Giza, > > Ministry of State for Antiquities) lecture video, > > Second Boat of Khufu, beginning at frame 39:44, > > interesting statements where forwarded regardi
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10 months ago
Origyptian
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > Yes , i guess i should re-read my posts from you > guys point of view to see if they make sense . > > I don't know if anyone knows for sure other than > Penniston, on whether or not his binary code is a > fabrication. > > And maybe what im finding in this exercise of > decipheri
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11 months ago
Origyptian
How certain are you that with all the reconstruction a few decades ago, those stones were all put back into their original position and orientation?
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > ”Egyptians of that time..." "...of that time..." is an interesting choice of words, considering that we do not actually know when that structure was originally built.
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Race Jackson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve, > This whole subthread started because you asserted: > "Even the best of concrete begins breaking down in > approx. 100 years." > I merely pointed out that this is an incorrect > statement. Roman concrete has lasted 2000 years. > > You stated: "I am sure they cast
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > ... > > So does this suggest pre-Dynastic or perhaps even > > geological time, and does your model also support > > such a possibility? > > > Hi Ori, > > I think you already know the answer to that question. > > It's only a model, and can
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- >... > > So one question that immediately comes to mind is: > > When was the Nile at that elevation that far south > > in Aswan? (the Obelisk is currently about 80' > > above local Nile level). > >
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > Steve Clayton Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > > > > > Hi Cladking, > > > > > > You can be correct and abrasive at the same time. > > > >
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11 months ago
Origyptian
10. Medic!
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Hi Cladking, > > You can be correct and abrasive at the same time. > > Maybe Corpuscles was a Drill Sergeant in his past. :) > > > > Sadly, we recently lost him, as he passed away. Running the risk of going off topic (again), my favorite drill sergeant scene of all t
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > Where are all the copper chisels. Copper is a > valuable commodity. It would be reconstituted, > melted into other items, and or traded as money. > The bulk of it also has disintegrated, if left > outdoors to the elements. Sealed in a rock vault, > is not the same as being subjected
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve Clayton Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > >... > > Hello Dr. Troglodyte > > > > Many of Egypt's most famous monuments, such as the > > Sphinx and Cheops pyramid at Giza, contain > > hundreds of thousands of marine fossils, according >
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > Steve Clayton Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ... > > > Hi Ori, > > > > > > One chisel per block? Ok. That is at least a > > > starting poin
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > Hi Ori, > > One chisel per block? Ok. That is at least a > starting point so I can do some deduction and > math. Actually, I said more than one chisel per block. But on that scale does it really matter whether we’re talking of about 2.3 million versus 5 million chisels? > ...
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > Steve Clayton Wrote: > > > > > Hi Ori, > > > > > > Provide me the link for the $36.00 payment. > > > > Click the link in my previous post that takes you > > to the pri
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: > Hi Ori, > > Provide me the link for the $36.00 payment. Click the link in my previous post that takes you to the primary citation abstract. Then click the ‘“check access” link at the top of that page, and then when the page loads click “purchase”. It’s $35.95.
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > > Hello Dr. Troglodyte > > Many of Egypt's most famous monuments, such as the > Sphinx and Cheops pyramid at Giza, contain > hundreds of thousands of marine fossils, according > to a new study. > > Ref: > That article about the '08 study on nummulites is very int
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteIf you have something productive that you > want to contribute rather than just harassing > others who are at least trying to discuss > practical solutions, then have at it. > > > > What "harassing"? > > Do you think that there will ever be a time when > you're re
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteThanks for confirming that you're not > going to offer any information that's better than > "cognitive dissonance". > > > > You're welcome. > > PWH > > BTW. Actually, I've given you two leads now but > you've ignored both of them. Why do you > continually
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteOr, you can tell us specifically how you > think they intended to extract it from its socket > and transport it to its destination. > > > > While you cling to the false premise that the > Stone Of The Pregnant Woman toppled over and fail > to see the correspondence between it and th
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11 months ago
Origyptian
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > The real color of the blocks. > > Looks like plaster here, but still very deep > insets... > > Regards, > Daniel So how far under the ground surface does that structure go? And why?
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteIs that what you mean by "clue"? > > > > What do you think? > > Start with the river. > > PWH Or, you can tell us specifically how you think they intended to extract it from its socket and transport it to its destination.
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > People get upset when I wander into their sideshow. Maybe it's not just your 'wandering in' that gets people upset. > If you really understood why the Stone Of The > Pregnant Woman is positioned as it is, you might > have some understanding of the Unfinished Obelisk. > > But you d
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Here after 3 45 mark Thanks for taking the time to cite that time marker. Funny, I've seen those blocks before and for some reason thought they were in Karnak. I only had read about the columns in Baalbek that originated from Porphyrites, so thanks.
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Robert Jameson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > Origyprian wrote: > “ … transport it to the river, onto a boat, > then downstream to a remote location, and then > reverse the process to end up anchored vertically > at its final destination?” > > The ‘original stoneworkers’ you refer to need > not be what you envisage. It
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...Aswan red or pink granite has > been found in volume all over Egypt, throughout > the Levant including Baalbek... That's interesting. I'm only aware of columns in Baalbek that are thought to have originated in the Eastern desert quarries like m. Porphyrites. Can you cite which pieces are thought to be f
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Robert Jameson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve Clayton wrote: > It has been determined, that more than just one > Obelisk has been cut and removed from this quarry. > If you Google Earth the site, you will see were > others were removed. As I see no shape of an > Obelisk being lifted up and out of a trench, > leaving the shape an
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteWhat are you on about? You asked where > they were and Nick already gave the answer and > DUNE showed exactly where they were as part of the > base of the pyramid. > > > > I never asked where they were. Perhaps he misunderstood when you asked: “where are the megaliths”.
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Isn't it obvious that these clowns don't have a > clue? > > PWH At least the “clowns” are willing to actively share ideas to see what might precipitate out of the discussion. Meanwhile, I had asked you what you thought was a more “well conceived” story behind that monolith. Still waiting. So far
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11 months ago
Origyptian
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...Oh...the mystical Krill did it. Krell ;)
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