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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Lee McGiffen Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Let's not forget the Papyrus of Merer which proves > that Khufu was the builder of the Great Pyramid. Does it though...? Can you point to the specific passage(s) that mention Khufu the pharaoh as well as the stone hauled being specifically for G1? This is not to say Khufu did not have a hand in building G1 b
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Poster Boy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Gaining fuller clarity puts a person like me in a > tough position, though. I hesitate to ask types > like you questions because I figure I'm wasting > your time, knowing that my level of commitment is > light at best. Ah. Those types. Eww. Regardless of your level of commitment, if you are open m
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Poster Boy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Do you consider yourself an "Egyptologist", > Thanos? No. I do not have a degree (which if you do not have a masters and really a PhD then you are not an Egyptologist regardless) or equivalent body of field work/professional experience. Does this mean that most Egyptologists are more qualified to tal
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > btw Meidum is a place, South of Seqqara, (it is > not a mis-spelling of medium) Saqqara....
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Merrell Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Despite its appearance, the Yonaguni Monument is a > natural formation. "Marine geologist Masaaki Kimura claims that the formations are man-made stepped monoliths". "Some of those who have studied the formation, such as geologist Robert Schoch of Boston University, state that it is most likely n
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteNow I would Like Barbelo to share his or > her (could that be clarified?) thoughts about what > the tree of life means in ancient times (pre > Kabbalah). > > > > Clarification will occur at the appropriate time. > > The Tree of Life cannot be discussed in isolation > from o
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > But suggest that the Ancient Egyptians might have > been influenced , even a tiny bit, by the Major > Civilisation RIGHT NEXT DOOR!!??!! > > > next thing you'll be accused of channeling > Stichin Or being racist.
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Quote"And as it relates to the OP, again, > whether or not these events actually happened is > irrelevant as what we can say for sure is that the > story is set in the real world speaking of real > places which for the purposes of the OP the real > place we are concerned with is the cedar fo
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "I know that you think literally because you > maintain that the Epic of Gilgamesh is an > historical account. " > > I've been soaking up Thanos' threads for a few > years now. > > The topic of the interconnections between the 2 > major river valleys of the ancient world is on
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Read through that thread where I challenged Thanos > 5150 as to the size of the forest which I > calculated to be impossibly big. My post to Audrey: QuoteMy understanding is that they did not have such a thing as a "league" but the translation was offered as a placeholder using the English word o
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I know that, once again, you do not want to > contribute to a meaningful discussion. I have it on good authority this is actually not true. Quoting Barbelo but some 3 months ago: "Whilst taking nothing away from the sincere efforts of Thanos 5150 in maintaining a high standard of contributions on the
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thank you for your concern. For the readers. > Humility, such as you have shown, is a rare trait > in this topsy turvy world. Which you again remind us how true this is. > However, you have not adequately answered the > question. Didn't I...? > "Is the Tree of Life" rea
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
thirdpal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That is a pretty big difference in head/brain > size. Neanderthals, based on skull size, would > appear to be much larger than human beings and > yet, they were not. Good point. They had significantly larger bone density and musculature, but height-wise were notably shorter. Very strong and stocky.
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3 months ago
Thanos5150

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3 months ago
Thanos5150
thirdpal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > My bad Thanos. It's the ivory tiara I'm thinking > of. Thanks for your detailed reply. Makes sense > about the mammoth bones, they could have "bent > back", it's possible but not absolutely proven? - > at least that's my take on it. We definitely need > more bones. Not giving up on the myt
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I’m on a ship on the Danube. Finishing a > coffee, watching the shore pass by. To me, > that’s sense. All this historical stuff, > enjoyable speculation, in your terms, nonsense. Wow. Good for you man. Yeah, I agree. Enjoy your coffee and unplug for a while.
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Was the Tree of Life, really a tree? This is an Assyrian interpretation from the 9th century BC. An earlier example from c. 2000BC: I think it is arguable this is what it represents, and supposedly others of the like were found, but this example from the Halaf Domuztepe site, Anatolia c. 5,500BC is cons
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
You suggest, for reasons unclear, that "Jesus" was a title and not a name but as I understand it, though I have not read his books, Osman is not saying this but rather that Tut is actually the "historical" Jesus- no different than he equates Akhenaten with the "historical" Moses. Jesus in the House of the Pharaohs: The Essene Revelations on the Historical Jesus
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
thirdpal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've seen images of the oversized teeth. The jade > headband is way too large for any person around > today. Have any estimates been made as to their > size? It is a bracelet, not a headband, and is not "way too large for any person around today". It is barely an inch wide with an estim
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
seasmith Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thanos, > > Apologies for the belated response, had to spend > some time pouring back over your prolific > postings. No worries. > You are correct, a statement of apparent fact was > actually dribbling hypotheses. I wish it were otherwise, but that is where its at for now. >
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Lee, sorry, I just do a’ think that your > original points on the Amarna sculptures and > Tut’s brain scans are dispositive on these > peoples lives. There are some sculptures of > Ahkenaten showing him without the Amarna styling. > I think Nickolas Reeves shows these pictures in > his b
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
gulsbo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It seems as if Osman has somewhat deeper insight > than you. Which you have no insight and no doubt do not understand a word I have said, let alone Osman, yet still feel qualified to judge nonetheless. Regardless, as is par for the course none of you seem to understand and/or care about any of the information I pr
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Lee, where are these Aramaic and Hebrew > versions of the Gospels to be found. And how were > they dated? I wasn't reffering to writing. The dominant language of the native people of Judea and Gailee in the 1st century AD was Aramaic followed by some Hebrew then and a distant Greek. The first books of
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Here is how you crack the code Lee, read the > Gospel of John without biasses or > rationalizations, This is the second time now you have accused what I have said as being the product of some kind of "bias". Again, explain what this "bias" is you think I am operating from and how anyth
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thanos is Lee J. Cobb from 12 Angry Men. The > last guy to figure it out. You are one hopelessly stupid human being. But by all means-explain how it is exactly you think I do not have it "figured out" as compared to Jesus being Tut and Moses being Akhenaten and the like? Or the name "Jesus"
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Why not Lee? That whole Jesus is Yeshoua thing is > more modern than the Gospel of Phillip. No Eddie. Yehoshua, or "Yeshua" in Aramic, is the original Hebrew name which translated to Greek is spelled Ἰησοῦς ), with an "I". When the Greek NT was translated into Latin in the 4th century it
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Read the Gospel of Phillip Lee. Sorry Eddie, but an anachronistic literal misinterpretation of an apocryphal Gnostic book written centuries after Jesus's death does not trump the entirety of the NT and our understanding of the period's languages. > You biasses seem > too well entrenched for me.
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Jon Ellison Wrote : ------------------------------------------------------- > Likewise, keep rattling that orthodox cage... > Priceless. I am curious what you think is most "priceless"- is it the pathological lying and intellectual fraud? The repeating of the same moronic repetitive dishonest phrases and rhetoric ad nauseum-literally thousands of times not just here but all
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Freaky! The pics would make interesting halloween > costumes. > However, I suggest that “Jesus” > refers to a persons status in the hierarchy, such > as crown prince. Thus various groups could use > the term. > Jesus obviously doesn’t refer to a > muscle man or wrestler I’m afr
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3 months ago
Thanos5150
gulsbo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > From Johannes Revelation; > Their bodies Shal be laying in the great city, > that spiritually is called Sodoma and Egypt, there > were your Lord was CRUSIFIED. Gadzooks. > This is a confirmation of Osman claim that > Tutankhamen was Jesus. Tutankhamen was a very unremarkable pharaoh in AE h
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