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17 years ago
carolb
See, no mystery there just a typical scholar being forgettful. I'll let my brother know. Ive been reading a few of the 'threads' and everyone seems to know more than I do. Still I suppose thats the best way to learn. I'm actually interested in finding out if GH has been motivated by Stiener in any way. Tamara
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17 years ago
carolb
I have a similiar promblem, I thought they wanted a password Tamara
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17 years ago
carolb
Couldn't the openings just be caused be natural forces. Isn't the sphinx built on some kind if limestone? Tamara
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17 years ago
carolb
But seriously, there does seem to be a lot of bitching on this chat area. I understand that Graham went online after this weeks show. My brother tried to get on, with some thoughts and questions but he tells me that the site was full of abusive remarks and that CH4 stopped the online chat. From a psychological stand point it's very interesting that people seem so afraid of one man. I can under
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17 years ago
carolb
Oh, so you mean my parents lied? And that cold wind I just felt didn't come from the open window? Tamara
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17 years ago
carolb
Well I'm not just referring to fairies, he did attend meetings at Groombridge place. The point is that he recognised that some things just seem magical or impossible at the moment. Who knows what the future will prove. A child thinks shadows are monsters, then we learn it's just moonlight being blocked.
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17 years ago
carolb
Thanks, I've just found it, and it does make some interesting points. I have found some of Grahams work a little emotive. However I also find mainstream archeology a little closed minded at the best of times. What is important is that Mr Hancocks work is opening up public discussion on this subject, and I am a strong supporter of self education. If my memory serves me, I have read there was a
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17 years ago
carolb
Hi, would you be kind enough to explain what ma'at is? I thought it was an Egyptian diety, but this site seems to be full of discussion about another chat line? Thanks Tamara
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17 years ago
carolb
Dear Mr Hancock It has been suggested that you inspiration for your research has some link with the work of Rudolf Steiner. Is that true?
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