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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
I found the following a further giveaway for Allen to have formulated the logbook entry on Naylor: The logbook entry follows the main gyst of Vyse's note on p.182, Ops I., in that the mention of the hospital contract falling out was an unnecessary inclusion in the logbook. Thus the deus ex machina is exposed further; Brewer having come with Naylor is plenty to say, so the added hospital failu
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > R Avry Wilson Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Refetence backstory: > > > > Martin/Jean, > > > > How did you come across the pianist report, re: > > Naylor? > > > > On that storyline, I think the young Naylor
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Refetence backstory: Martin/Jean, How did you come across the pianist report, re: Naylor? On that storyline, I think the young Naylor was a snakeoil 'doctor' who relinquished adult responsibilties as opposed to having been paid not to come home to England. Having to much fun globetrotting and ripping people off. :)
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Martin & Jean > > > > Sorry if I have been too vocal, but perhaps let > me > > start it off. > > > > I have read Part 2 so I understand your > conclusive > > vie
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Martin/Jean, In book II, what was the genesis for the logbook 'versions' (1 through 5) in Chapter 42 ff ? Is there truth in the reconstruction sequence, or does your dialogue appear as a discussion of how the entries _may_ have grown into their final version? Avry
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Umm ... OP Thread title suggests discussion of book content. Anyone up for it? New thread? AOM ? .............. Oh, and Martin, some astounding references. Very impressive research. Well done. I have some questions .....
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
I would say parsing Vyse (to me) might be laborious - far from difficult, much less impossible. I have experience with this type of hand writing (ships logs, marriage records, hieratic, etc) .. doesn't make me an expert - no - but I am compelled to point out the whole notion of Vyse's hand being 'difficult' (even 'extremely', by inference) is an over-exaggeration. But that's just me. I
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott. You want/need it to say "... these were my ..." but it reads "there were many ..." Poof. Your illusion is exposed.
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott Creighton posted this iamge: ------------------------------------------------------- > Pardon me, Scott, but how exactly do you feel it is ok to deliberately crop the text from that page? You've got to be kidding with this stunt. Seriously, now.
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Methods of Ma'at #374 > Lol. > Vyse did not because Vyse could not, > Avry. If he didn't and couldn't figure this out, then how did he make a 'correct' choice of what to forge? That harpoon stuck in your foot really must hurt. > > Behave yourself. > > SC Mmm-hh
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
> SC: In case it’s escaped your notice, Vyse > didn’t identify that cartouche (above) as > “...the Chephren of Herodotus and the Suphis II > of Manetho...” > And so, given the state of knowledge as it stood > in 1832, Vyse could easily have concluded the > cartouche (above) could not be that of > Chephren because he would have seen that the > glyphs therein
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So if it could not belong to Chephren (the > builder of the 2nd pyramid), then Who did the > scholars in 1832 think that cartouche (Rosellini's > #3) belonged to? > > What's your answer to the question (above)? Which > pyramid-builder was it that owned this particular > cartouche?
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott, You asked a question. It was answered. You just don't like the answer(s), so qualify your question as 'not answered'. Do you mean not answered in the way you want? Look. Here's the point: What the scholars of the 19th century thought about hieroglyphs is irrelevant. We know better now, and our modern state of understanding tells us nothing more then they got things wrong in the earl
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2 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Scott Creighton Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > How could anyone, in 1832, conclude that the > > Sen-Suphis glyphs in the bottom cartouche > (below) > > could render the Greek name 'Chephren' when the > > glyphs in the upper cartouche
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3 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- QuoteSC SC: Because their test result found calcium sulphate when it should have found calcium carbonate. Why was no calcium carbonate found in the sample? I asked: QuoteAW Where can we view this official chemical analysis report? Regards, Avry You replied: QuoteSC Scott Creighton Wrote: ----
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3 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- QuoteScott SC: Because their test result found calcium sulphate when it should have found calcium carbonate. Why was no calcium carbonate found in the sample? Where can we view this official chemical analysis report? Regards, Avry
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3 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Avry, > > Yes I'm well, thanks. > > And yes - a couple of comments. > > First of all I see you have resorted to satellite > images when I had asked you to use an (accurate) > plan drawing (of your choice). A drawing outweighs photography. Check. > You seemed to
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3 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Thanks, Dennis. -------------------------* Dear Scott: Is there something you'd like to say (see below)? I imagine there is. I would guess in advance it will follow along the lines of 'dazzle / baffle'. Good night and be well. :)
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3 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteRAW: It's not my 'view'. Actual aerial > photographic pictures are not open to personal > perspective. A quick review of Google Earth (see > timeline imagery for better angles) or the > internet will supply you with what you need to > test what I've pointed out. > > Google Earth
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3 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteRAW: The image you present is a false > representation of reality. > > SC: If that is your view, Avry, then here is what > to do. Select what you consider to be an accurate > plan drawing of the Giza Plateau pyramids - one > that you are happy with - and I will show you the > ve
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3 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 3) The Giza Pyramid 'Inter-Quarter Lines' > > > > As you can see in the image above, there is a > clear geometric relationship between the > dimensions ... The image you present is a false representation of reality. Actual overhead photography shows it is wrong. Anything else you
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3 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Poster Boy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Two further questions, Avry > > In your opinion, and independently of all other > considerations, do you find a 179-foot error to be > outside the realm of archeological persuasion, > that the AEs intended the belt star alignment? > > How about your 43-footer? I would say neither is
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3 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Poster Boy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Avry, I seem to remember discussing > this point with you a long time ago. I'd > calculated the physical error to be around 30 feet > at the apex. Hadn't you greatly reduced this with > a juxtaposition based on the pyramids east sides? Hi Mark, The apex error works out to be about 170ft +/- 15
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4 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Lee McGiffen Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Krupp is only one of the critics of the OCT, and > he's not a very good one. The real problem with > the OCT is withs with the mapping of the stars > onto the pyramid centres. Tonight I was looking up > at Orion's belt and noticed that the central star > is equidistant from the outer two stars,
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5 months ago
R Avry Wilson
For your interest to discuss: QuoteThis recent discovery of a circular feature abutting the environment of ancient Meroe in the northern Sudan results in the need to review the structure's properties and what, if any, relationship it may have to ancient Egypt. The latitudinal placement and physical properties lend an air of curiosity as to the age and meaning of this particular stone-work circ
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8 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > R Avry Wilson Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Corpuscles Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > > > Nah I know this is against the Forum "rules" > > > ROFLMAO!
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8 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Thanos5150 Wrote: (Snip feculant vaping). Know what's funny? You thinking I am all up in arms over your tiny pontifications. I truly am quite calm. You - on the other hand - well ... > > Oh, and please say "Lee Anderson" more. Lol. Yeah, > my real name shames me. Yeesh. That's not the intent. Just don't want there to be any doubt who is being quoted or whose i
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8 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nah I know this is against the Forum "rules" > ROFLMAO! but I got an PM from Avry. Have not > clicked his links will not under any circumstance > use it (if there is any value in it?- yet to be > determined) against you. You mean this link? --> What about it? Or are you speaking
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8 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > WTF are you suggesting, if NOT Mesopotamian > start > > up influence in Egypt? > > I am speechless. So much so you didn't even answer his question. Even with all the snipped bluster that followed.
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8 months ago
R Avry Wilson
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > R Avry Wilson Wrote: > > Are there > > some cross links? Sure. But this is much > different > > then saying such links are a foundation to state > > > nothing of the culture is indigenous. > > When asked "who is saying this" as no where > has this been
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