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2 years ago
DScribr
Thanks Lee, yes, alot of material.....some useful, still reading it myself. I was trying to show that Giza IS a Cemetery regardless of the doubt-mongerers here. Regards, W
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2 years ago
DScribr
Thanks for the reference materials, and your help....I'll check it out. Regards, W
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2 years ago
DScribr
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > M. J. Thomas Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Origyptian Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > > DScribr Wrote: > > > > > > Hi Robin, > > > > > > > > Another
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2 years ago
DScribr
Hi Lee, couldn't find what I was looking for on the Raff site, (not surprising)....possibly the false doors were referred to as, 'the open, and the closed door...' in early Ds. IIRC, there are sketches of this there, one door w/ palace facade, and one door plain, still searching.... Found this interesting Trans of inscriptions, and one that specifically mentions Menkaure visiting the Pyramids,
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2 years ago
DScribr
eyeofhorus33 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Whoever gave you the advice to learn to read > hieroglyphs by starting with Middle Egyptian was > right, Willie. > > By the end of dynastic Egypt, the language and its > vocabulary had grown enormously and it's really > quite difficult to learn. > > However, Middle Egyptian is a lo
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2 years ago
DScribr
M. J. Thomas Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > DScribr Wrote: > > > > Hi Robin, > > > > > > Another fact Ori fails to admit exists is that > the > > > Pyramids of Giza ARE located in a Cemetery. > > > &
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2 years ago
DScribr
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > eyeofhorus33 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Thanos > > > > unfortunately, the three images you link to > won't > > open. The page opens in Italian and says it > does > > not exist. > > They all open just fine for me
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2 years ago
DScribr
eyeofhorus33 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Willie > > Yeah, it is a serekh presented horizontally in the > image I provided, perhaps because Tut's Horus name > is so long. > > OK pharaohs appear to have much shorter names and > so their serekhs are often inscribed vertically. > > I read your post about the oils but
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2 years ago
DScribr
Hi Matt, the three images Thanos linked to won't open for me either. Thanks for all your help w/ Inscriptions, etc...and for the 3-D Bread and Loaf. Would the top inscription in your post be considered a Serekh? Regards, W
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2 years ago
DScribr
10. 7 Oils.
> Apologies for being forgetful and for repeating > myself in respect of the Khufu Khaf photograph - > sadly, it is happening all too frequently to me > these days! T, "Lol. No worries. I'm right there with you." I guess I should be included in this group as well...it's CRS disease, (Can't remember Sh%$). I was wondering IF the ppl offering these 7 oils po
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2 years ago
DScribr
Harte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thanos5150 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > DScribr Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > If you meant by the 17-18th Century Treasure > > > Seekers, yes they were....gold was much m
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2 years ago
DScribr
It WAS!!!!, shortly after the Pyramid was built....as in a century, or so, NOT 20 centuries.
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2 years ago
DScribr
Hi Greg, sounds good to me, thanks, and also for the great pic. Regards, W
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2 years ago
DScribr
Can't help you there, Sam. It was Ori who was missing, (ignoring its existence) the fact I mentioned.
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2 years ago
DScribr
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > DScribr Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > Another fact Ori fails to admit exists is that > the > > Pyramids of Giza ARE located in a Cemetery. > > A lot of Egyptologists believe the pyramids were > "resurrection machines".
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2 years ago
DScribr
Yes, very similar....just noticed the rectangular shape, (w/ grid pattern) is shown in the second, (clearer than PM'ed) pic. As mentioned, also odd that some of the Grid lines pass over/thru some of the Glyphs. Must've been important to them, anyway. More than curious......
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2 years ago
DScribr
Thanks, I see that a partial of my post showed up anyway. Odd how some of the 'grid lines' run right thru some of the Glyphs. Also, note the 7 small holes in a row at top of table, and are similar to the small holes in the centers of the 3 lower 'cup-holders'. And what do you suppose the small extension is protruding from the center 'cup holder'? Edit to make correction.
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2 years ago
DScribr
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Libations table" dated to late 5th Dynasty: >
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2 years ago
DScribr
M. J. Thomas Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Which is simply your own way of admitting you > > don't know either. > > Actually, I do know how the Great Pyramid of Giza > was designed, and how it proves that it was > nothing more than a tom
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2 years ago
DScribr
ROTFLMAO................. "You can't fix stupid."
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2 years ago
DScribr
Egyptologists are very good at digging holes in the ground,
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2 years ago
DScribr
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Damage to the GG walls and the so called Great > Step. > > As previously said i believe the GG was designed > to facilitate the movement of stones and other > ancillary equipment in the construction of the > pyramid , therefore the damaged and other markings > to the walls are consistent with s
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2 years ago
DScribr
".....we have no objective reason to believe it was originally designed to be a "temple" or was originally intended to have any "mortuary" purpose." You still haven't answered my question, (posed many times) WHO are "We" and do YOU have their permission to speak FOR them??? (I do know that I'm NOT included in YOUR 'we'.)
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2 years ago
DScribr
"But it crosses the line when they then try to claim that their belief is the only plausible possibility and that anyone who believes differently is dead wrong." This IS a way of life here for YOU. YOUR hypocrisy IS off the chart, yet again, (or still, as the case may be).
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2 years ago
DScribr
"Fact is - there is no evidence of actual construction, let alone when and by whom." Soooooo, the Sphinx, the Pyramids, Mortuary Temples, TOMBS, Cenotaphs, Mustabas, Cult Pyramids, Causeways, Boat pits, Obelisks, Statuary, and the AE's Artwork/Glyphs contained therein ETC. do NOT exist?!? Like I just told ck, Reality-what a concept....
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2 years ago
DScribr
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > DScribr Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > ...great post...thanks for the common-sense, > > logic, and dose of reality. (IF we could only > make > > it stick.) > > Yeah, it's a damn shame nobody attacked this > "logic" when he
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2 years ago
DScribr
Hi Lee, great post...thanks for the common-sense, logic, and dose of reality. (IF we could only make it stick.) Regards, W
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2 years ago
DScribr
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Jon Ellison Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Question. > > Religious facility or military installation or > > something else or both? > > I'm basing my questions on my knowledge of the > > historical record of large stone European >
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2 years ago
DScribr
29. NONE
"I prefer to think it probable that they were created by homo sapiens, although I see little direct evidence of that. " The blind led by the blind. Who else could've probably created them? Ancient Aliens?
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2 years ago
DScribr
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Warwick Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > > > > 1st establish how something can be done eg > > > quarrying stone, transpo
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