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6 weeks ago
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3 months ago
Morten
forumfan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > My guess: > The shafts ware for air circulation while people > were working in the chamber. > The shafts needed to be closed when it was raining > or had sandstorm, and opened again later. Explaining the Shafts in Khufu's Pyramid at Giza by Anthony P. Sakovitch might be of interest to you. Morte
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4 months ago
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3. Snefru
I would like to ask Snefru if he planned the whole Giza necropolis - or only G1. Morten
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5 months ago
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Meadowsweet is often sited as an ingredient in Viking mead so I have been searching for some to use in my brew. Well, guess where I found it. Coincidence? :) Morten
Forum: History
6 months ago
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Thank you, glad you like them. Here is archeologist Christer Tonning explaining how they do not expect to find much preserved wood from the ship. Sandy soil (you see the sea in the background) is bad for preservation. Fun fact - it was Tonning´s daughter, who, on a take your kid to work day, operated the equipment and found it. Morten
Forum: History
7 months ago
Morten
A little more Viking information for those of you interested.. Two full-scale replicas of Viking-ships found in this area. The "Saga Farmann" on the left and the "Saga Oseberg" to the right. Viken (ancient Viking age name for the area), Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway. Saga Farmann - a copy of "Klåstadskipet" (a merchant ship - dated to 998 CE): Saga O
Forum: History
8 months ago
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I went there and took some pictures today. Here is the outline of the newly discovered ship - with two burial mounds in the background, and the visitors center in the far back. For scale. Morten
Forum: History
8 months ago
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"A burial site featuring what seems to be a complete viking ship has been discovered in the Vestfold county in Norway". Forbes Vestfold is where I live so this is very exciting. To give you an impression of the amount of Viking burials in this area, here is a link to "Kulturminnesøk" - a searchable site detailing our ancient past: Kulturminnesøk Morten
Forum: History
9 months ago
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Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > .. I can't say I can remember a > substantial post or thread from a "mainstream > type" that goes into something they believe may or > may not conform to conventional thinking or > propose an idea that fills a gap or takes a new > perspective. Can you? I do not know about substantia
Forum: Mysteries
9 months ago
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.. is a sore winner. Just a friendly reminder to all of us. We all enjoy a good discussion here - and not many persons are as good a sparring partner as Scott. Morten
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9 months ago
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QuoteHOAX ..although a few possible occurrences that may very well be the name Brewer have been identified, but at the time of this writing they have not been confirmed by handwriting experts Has Scott pointed out these occurrences? Morten
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9 months ago
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Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You try this and I will gut you like a fish. The Godfather? Morten
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9 months ago
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Cladking, wake up! You'll be happy to know that you are no longer the only person on my ignore-list. I have no time nor patience for this nonsense. Morten
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9 months ago
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LonelyAngel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 652 pages in little more than a day? I am > impressed. I dont sleep much when I, once in a blue moon, find literature of this caliber, and, I have always, since I was very young, been a fast reader. Always nice to be admired though - thanks. Morten
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9 months ago
Morten
Finished part two, and I remain thoroughly impressed. I am actually at a loss for words as to how I can praise you two enough. Another congratulations and well done will have to suffice for now. I think that I, without giving anything away, can quote this sentence which I found particularly satisfying. QuoteThe Strange Journey of Humphries Brewer If he could have, then surely he must have..
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9 months ago
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I downloaded both parts yesterday and, not being able to put it down, finished the first part the same day. I am thoroughly impressed! Morten
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9 months ago
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Is this going to be a discussion of this type? 1) You win the argument if you can make a case that something is possible 2) Your opponents win the argument if, and only if, they can prove that your argument is impossible Morten
Forum: Mysteries
9 months ago
Morten
18. Finally
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All the information Vyse would have needed > to 'join the dots' was publicly available long > before he went to Egypt in 1836. That took you a while. Why not just skip the drama and state your opinion right away? Morten
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9 months ago
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9 months ago
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Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How does Rosellini get Suphis in one cartouche to > = 'Cheops' and Suphis in another cartouche to = > Chephren? > How exactly? You obviously think you know how/why - why don't you just save us some time and tell us? Morten
Forum: Mysteries
9 months ago
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> Scott Creighton Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > It proves the marks in > this area of Campbell’s Chamber are painted onto > a layer of plaster (which is a reasonable > indicator that the cartouche itself may also be > painted onto a layer of plaster). . . . > -------------------------------------------------- > For the avoid
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10 months ago
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Very interesting indeed. Thank you. Morten
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10 months ago
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Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So it does seem that they began with the previous > Max culmination. We will just have to agree to disagree here. That's ok. Morten
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10 months ago
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Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > But LOOK - there's a FOURTH point also right on > that circle and it is the NE corner of G1. > Now it is entirely speculation on my part here but > this may be the marker we need that tells > us that this is the start point of the > precessional motion i.e. that when the pyramids >
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10 months ago
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Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > EDIT to ADD: Incidentally, if we continue forward > in time along the Precession Timeline from 17,820 > to 10,460 BC and then a precessional pendulum turn > of a further 7,360 years we find the new date of > the intersection point is 3,100 BC, the time we > are told saw the unification of a
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10 months ago
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Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > One of the things we > also find in this 'design' is that the Sphinx > perfectly bisects the Lehner-Goedicke Line (i.e. > the Precession Timeline) into two equal parts > which is why I initially believed that was the > correct line to use (giving the 3980 BC date). You don't attach any
Forum: Mysteries
10 months ago
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Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > SC: As far as I'm aware, yes. Well done. I think that you have presented a good case for "a unified plan" at Giza. However, if it is to be read as a "clock", it seems to me that you interpret it wrong. Where one theoretical line (a line from the Sphinx to the G2 apex) intersects anot
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10 months ago
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Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > when you place G2 centre on > Al Nilam centre (with G1-G3 Belt fulcrum) G2 now > fits very well onto the 'Lenher-Goedicke Line' and > also slots very well into my 2 inter-quarter > lines. You will further find, Avry, that G3 (which > is very slightly longer on its N-S axis) will have > it
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10 months ago
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Ok. Morten
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10 months ago
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Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To paraphrase and old saying: When new information > arises and impacts upon my previous conclusion, I > change my mind. As you should. Perhaps also offer an explanation, free of charge, to those who bought "The Giza Prophecy"? Morten
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