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1 year ago
Duketown
thirdpal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In Mesopotamia they are depicted as being held by > fish/bird/men (gods). I think Graham mentioned > that the "fruit" they were picking (apparently to > put in the bags) look like pine cones and pine > cones look a lot like the pineal gland. And that > gland, recessed in our brain, is the
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1 year ago
Duketown
The bag is a symbol for god's, as owners and thus collectors of the fruit of the lands.
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1 year ago
Duketown
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteYou are in no position to judge > anything > > > > Yes, I am. > > And I'm watching you. > > The 2018 Crackpot Awards are coming right up. Yes, go to the slander forum to deal with me. Typical action for people like you. That was already clear in your first try of communic
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1 year ago
Duketown
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteHey Barbarelo. You mean how you welcoomed > me on my second post was an invitation to > dance? > > > > I didn't welcoome you. > > > Just a thought. > > How is it possible to translate AE glyphs into > meaningful English when you struggle with the > written lan
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1 year ago
Duketown
Manu: I see you refer to El-Daly. I like to read from multiple perspectives; history is not alone written by the victors. That claim is incorrect and keeps you within the abrahamic circles. At least check out his other sons. First step in separating noize, is to find the best sources. But El-Daly refers to sources, who refer to sources, which isn't available anymore. Besides, you're in the Se
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1 year ago
Duketown
For correctness and completeness: QuoteNo more hiding Manu; you can't keep running from the real issue. Prove those mappings are right, then we can move on to more difficult questions. This is still the easy part and I made it even more easy for you by providing a simple list that at least can give some more insights in your rationale. this also comes from that earlier topic.
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1 year ago
Duketown
I blame the Abrahamic and their family quarrel. So between 1900 bc and Charlatan, we can discuss Arab and Coptic as well. @atul.seth: Keeping an open mind is all that is needed. Make sure not to pollute it with noize: your brain is an important gift; we need it. You call it unintelligent; I call it wrong.
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1 year ago
Duketown
A quote from myself out of the pyramid text topic; it might get lost: QuoteFor your understanding: In a later phase, we will also filter out all Semitic influence. The Semitic Phoenicians created the alphabet and they made quite a lot of choices. Without a doubt, they had their own agenda. First, we needed an equal playing field Manu. Remember? How can we have a good discussion if people li
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1 year ago
Duketown
ps. Note that this text is written without references; I couldn't find any. Seems to touch some mystic topics. Now read an Egyptian text: you get burried in references. That is not a sign of good work; it's a sign of "stacking missing rationale".
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1 year ago
Duketown
Egyptologists and linguists Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If you want to prove it you must have a process to > go from symbol to meaning. You disagree with the > process discovered by 180 years of studies. Correction If the alternative researcher want to prove an alternative translation system they must have a process to go from symbol to meanin
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1 year ago
Duketown
Nice wordplay.. Crash Course. @ atul.seth: stay sharp. You might get lost in the translation machine and it takes longer than 180 years to get out; you will only fall deeper. If you rephrase (way above my paygrade) your question I might be of some help.
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1 year ago
Duketown
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteThere is the PT and there is nothing else. > Cladking > > > > Sorry, bud. > > If there was only the PT and nothing else, you'd > still be sitting staring at Sacred Texts and > humming blithely to yourself. > > No. > > Before Sacred Texts was Mercer (Remember
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1 year ago
Duketown
Hi guys.. I copied this topic to the science department. It deserves an own topic and let's continue discussion overthere
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1 year ago
Duketown
Stower.. I have to ignore you again. You make me forget to have a normal discussion and that's not good since I don't want to be like that and I don't want to be banned; I just arrived. Sure, you'll understand.
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1 year ago
Duketown
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Seeing as how you have been good enough to > misdescribe me as a “Semitic tongue expert” > (which I never claimed to be) and > “egyptologist” (which I never claimed to be), > and to question my competence on grounds of what I > wrote being beyond you, perhaps you would like now > to outline
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1 year ago
Duketown
No, you need to do 2 things: 1> Isolate the words in pyramid text you want to change. I would start with those that you suspect are scientific. Find it's glyph, it's transliteration, and current translations. 2> You need cross-references. Select the most important other texts and filter out useless texts, text not containing those scientific text. Let's call it Corpus Cladking. If you
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1 year ago
Duketown
@Stower: I noticed you have a sharp eye to find some minor details to nag about. Can you have a look? Maybe some comment about birds tsjilping? @stower: I want to buy your book. Have you got a link? @Stower: I gave you a prominent mention! Must be a while ago.. @Stower: please elaborate. Your a great example and the more you type the better. You're really smart so the world needs your amazing
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1 year ago
Duketown
Manu Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If you want to prove it you must have a process to > go from symbol to meaning. You disagree with the > process discovered by 180 years of studies and I > have absolutely no problem with it and I wish you > good luck with your quest. (again) Correction Manu.. If you (= cladking) want to prove it (= alt
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1 year ago
Duketown
And for your understanding: language isolates also need justification. You can not even classify something as a language if you can't explain what the sounds mean. That's why birds tsjilp instead of speaking, no matter what you claim. Clearly, Egyptologists treat that what they can't understand as a language. I already explained extensively that means we need to have a rationale. Sure, any sane
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1 year ago
Duketown
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Duketown Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Martin Stower Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > No comment required. > > > > > > M. > > > > Don't forget about you
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1 year ago
Duketown
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No comment required. > > M. Don't forget about your agenda. You still have alot of research to do, to explain yourself. The best you produced so far : Greek letter are a special kind of letters, which justifies Charlatans mapping because of fixed tradition and convention. Subsequently, no informatio
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1 year ago
Duketown
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Duketown Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > huh? > > Are you trying to explain how Champillion > attached > > a sound to Greco characters? Please use > > human-understandable sentences. We are not > > translating glyphs. We are talking reason
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1 year ago
Duketown
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Duketown Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Stower.. Sorry to break it to you but your > brain > > is broken. > > > > Sometimes you show signs of responsiveness and > > understanding, a moment later you fall back > into >
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1 year ago
Duketown
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Duketown Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > No wonder you became lookup translator. You > don't > > understand what you are doing. Why argue > > consequences in a discussion about reasons and > > choices? > > > > You can br
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1 year ago
Duketown
No wonder you became lookup translator. You don't understand what you are doing. Why argue consequences in a discussion about reasons and choices? You can bring in all jargon from any science, yet you still fail to prove your rationale. Even your jargon fails, your sources fail, your preacher will fail, your idols will fail. Again, use your mouth and lips and tell me how it's possible to fu
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1 year ago
Duketown
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nope. > > Loprieno says of Ancient Egyptian that “its > morphological repertoire differs to a great extent > from that of Semitic and of other Afroasiatic > languages”. This may in part explain his > treating it as sui generis. > > The book is full of detail and to understand it
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1 year ago
Duketown
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Duketown Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Again, you don't add to the topic and you avoid > to > > answer simple questions. . . . > > Like you avoided these? > > http://grahamhancock.com/phorum/read > .php?1,1172206,1172393 &g
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1 year ago
Duketown
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In Ancient Egyptian: A linguistic > introduction, Antonio Loprieno has this to > say: > > “Ancient Egyptian represents an autonomous > branch of the language phylum called Afroasiatic > in the USA and in modern linguistic terminology, > Hamito-Semitic in Western Europe and in > com
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1 year ago
Duketown
> > Manu Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > > Martin, I have a question I don't know where > else to put. > > > Also, why might Egyptian not be a semitic > > > language? > Duketown Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------- > > Let me answer this since Stower already proved > he > >
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1 year ago
Duketown
Manu Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin, I have a question I don't know where else > to put. > > The early German scholars believed Egyptian is a > semitic language and basically approached it with > that mind-set, correct me please if I am wrong. > > The one criterion I am interested is the stative > verb-form. It give a
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