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4 months ago
Martin Stower
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > However , at a guess > > Likely the extra 4 pages: > > Page 1 - A crude hand drawn map of the burial > crypt and Church surrounds Vyse family burial > where SC feels sure that the secret cache of > documents found by Col Vyse (and copied into RC's) > is secretly located - marked do
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4 months ago
Corpuscles
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >... > > Again according to Amazon, B072ND77FM has 224 > pages (as does the print edition), whereas > B01F7LDFZI has 228. > > What (we might ask) is in B01F7LDFZI which isn’t > in B072ND77FM? > > M. Martin I confess I do not exactly understand your motivation for the thre
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6 months ago
Corpuscles
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >... > Is Hawass lying or does he not know how to read > ancient Egyptian? > > I am curious-what does the inscription on the > bottom right say: > Lee Your question was likely rhetorical? However as you know as a non expert novice I offer: The symbol far right does look like M4 Ga
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7 months ago
Barbelo
QuoteA couple of years? That would be by March 22 this year. I’ve seen no sign of it. Has anyone? Can't say that I have. But any such wager should be predicated upon the fact that our esteemed colleague can actually produce the trove of hieroglyphs upon which he states his claim. Perhaps, they might be somewhere in the bowels of the B.M. or perhaps residing in some remote corner of the
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11 months ago
Corpuscles
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Real Khufu Cartouche HOAX Hi Lee Again, I congratulate you on the clear succinct post which you seemed to have replicated on another forum (I have never been a member/subscriber there, UM, but am an occasional reader). I quote SC from that UM thread QuoteScott Creighton Lee - it is the mainstream po
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
Merrell Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > As has been commented before elsewhere: if there > was compromising material in his field-notes, > why on earth keep them? Why on earth not > dispose of the journal - or, at least, those parts > dealing with Giza - in a fireplace at Stoke? > > Why? A question which loses none of its cogency
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That is not "HRaven", Stower. . . . No, Creighton, it isn’t. Not exactly. Vyse made a stab at suggesting the “HR” ligature which was painted on the beam in Campbell’s Chamber: So all of your guff about Vyse’s “H” is inapplicable. Your plonking pronouncements on writing which once you ad
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1 year ago
Scott Creighton
So in his self-published book, Martin Stower states that Colonel Vyse's private field notes "...were of no help in the research: even a cursory inspection was enough to show me that the handwriting was effectively illegible." So, rather than spending the time to familiarise himself with Vyse's (admittedly) difficult handwriting, Stower instead reverts to the Colonel's published accou
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1 year ago
Corpuscles
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >> The simple fact is, Stower, all the necessary info > that could have permitted Vyse (yes, had he read > it) to believe that the Suphis cartouche > (Rosellini #2) and the SenSuphis cartouche > (Rosellini #3) probably belonged to the same > person (as a nomen and prenomen) was already in &
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We'll have less of the racist comments, Stower. What we’ll have less of, Creighton, is false accusations. The joke is directed entirely at you: Scott-ish Common Sense. I contrast you with Thomas Reid. It went above your head, as we see. > And less of the bum-trumpetry would be good also. We se
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1 year ago
Corpuscles
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > And STILL you squirm around with bluster and > deflection, failing to answer the actual question. > Let me repeat: > > 1) Rosellini translates the Khufu hieroglyphs as > 'Suphis'. > 2) Rosellini translates the hieroglyphs we > understand today as Khnum-Khuf as 'Sen-Suphis'. > 3)
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
LonelyAngel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Do you think that with over a decade of , > > conjuring up his conjectures, that Scott Creighton > > somehow was unaware of the limited state of > > knowledge of hieroglyphics in 1837, and therefore >
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1 year ago
Corpuscles
LonelyAngel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Barbelo Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > Is that why you frequent GHMB? > > > I come for the smut. I stay for the top quality > banter. Lonely I realise you declare you do not even follow any links to "evidence". However
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1 year ago
Corpuscles
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It would not entirely surprise me if his > next move were to tell us that the “secret > cache” is in the chambers themselves. > > At one > point in the journal, there is a sketch of the > cartouche name “Khnum Khufu” in cursive, with > hieroglyphic equivalents underneath. Look out f
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > The clearest example is this one: > > > > http://grahamhancock.com/phorum/read.php?1,1097177,1097443 > > > > “. . . Now when you go to look at > > his private journal, as I did, I managed
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1 year ago
Warwick
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Warwick Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > When I say cow I really mean horse > > > > > > Warwick > > He’s done a u-turn and I have an idea where > he’s heading. He’s going to tell us that the > “secret cache” is in the ch
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > When I say cow I really mean horse > > > Warwick He’s done a u-turn and I have an idea where he’s heading. He’s going to tell us that the “secret cache” is in the chambers themselves . . . M.
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1 year ago
Corpuscles
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Perhaps now that Rainier Stadelmann is dead Scott > can start tearing his reputation to shreds. > > > Nothing like trashing a dead Egyptologist for > personal gain > > > Wa Rest assured that the only reputation SC can tear to shreds, is his own. As per OP and this thread, about t
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Martin Stower Wrote: > ------------------------------------------------------- > > Corpuscles Wrote: > > ------------------------------------------------------- > > > However despite the 'aper' symbol almost certainly > > > identified in 1837 or thereabouts (mainly from the >
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1 year ago
Corpuscles
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > However despite the 'aper' symbol almost > certainly > > identified in 1837 or thereabouts (mainly from > the > > amulet versions) . . . > > Amulet versions? > > Whether or not
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1 year ago
Corpuscles
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > pg 61and 62 of "Old Hieratic Paleography 1 : > Builders' Inscriptions and Mason's Marks from > Saqqara and Abusir" by Dobrev, Verner & > Vymazalova.. > > shows us almost 2oo hand written 'crossed Planks', > Gardiner's Z11. Lo and behold no 2 are exactly > the same and some, wh
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1 year ago
Scott Creighton
QuoteEoH: ...secret cache of Egyptologists... SC: What "secret cache of Egyptologists"? Come on now, EoH - you're better than this. SC
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1 year ago
eyeofhorus33
If this secret cache of Egyptologists who - having read your book are convinced by your ideas - convince the SCA to undertake analysis of the paint and it is tied to a date of circa 2500 BCE, will your next book be about how Vyse perpetrated the great paint hoax?
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1 year ago
Corpuscles
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteHans: How was Goyon and Ginsells builders > mark explained away? > > SC: Can you explain exactly how these marks found > outside G1 actually prove (beyond > reasonable doubt) that the painted marks allegedly > discovered inside G1 must therefore be > authentic? How exactly does
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
Scott Creighton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > EoH: Ah, the imaginary "secret cache". > > So, if we imagine a person has been shot in the > street. The victim has several gunshot wounds in > their body; there is gunshot residue on their > clothing; there are empty shell casings on the > ground; a witness saw it happen. Unfo
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > History is all the poorer for the actions of a > well meaning but peabrained dolt who placed it > inside Menkaure's sarcophagus for safekeeping > until the BM could welcome it into its bowels. > > A puzzle as to its current whereabouts. Whereas I have argued that to present several marks of this
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1 year ago
Scott Creighton
QuoteEoH: Ah, the imaginary "secret cache". So, if we imagine a person has been shot in the street. The victim has several gunshot wounds in their body; there is gunshot residue on their clothing; there are empty shell casings on the ground; a witness saw it happen. Unfortunately the gunman ran off, taking the shotgun with him. In your world then no crime was committed because we do
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1 year ago
Corpuscles
eyeofhorus33 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ah, the imaginary "secret cache". > > Imaginary. > > Secret. > > Handy, that Hi Matt Potentially the most in valuable, priceless article, in the history of the Ancient Egyptian discovery! ???? Figment of imagination. Or worse? Gawwwwn! ... used it to copy fake stuff
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1 year ago
Martin Stower
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In clarifying recent comments on this board > concerning the Great Pyramid, please consider the > following. > > 1. Scott Creighton's > book, "The Great Pyramid Hoax" headlines that > there is a conspiracy to conceal the true history > of Egypt. Is there? > > Apparently Co
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1 year ago
eyeofhorus33
Ah, the imaginary "secret cache". Imaginary. Secret. Handy, that.
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