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3 years ago
Corpuscles
M. J. Thomas Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > > > if there is one > > original cartouche up there then Creightons > theory > > crumbles faster than a house of cards in a > > hurricane! > > I would dearly love for there to be a genuine > Khufu cartouche in any one of the upper four RCs. >
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3 years ago
Corpuscles
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > > ....and why don't we have heaps of the enormous > > quantity of papyrus first accounts (that > > apparently exist in the "scientific" world) and > yet > > the > oldest
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3 years ago
Audrey
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Ori > > LOL! Whilst I am here. > Does this mean you are yet to recieve, or read, > your complimentary copy of the latest SC novel? Did you get yours? > The certainty is , the very very secret cache of > heiratic script that that darstedly villian Col H > Vyse found and never eve
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3 years ago
Origyptian
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Origyptian Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > > Excellent showcase of how orthodoxy hand waves the > > contradictions in an effort to keep the narrative > > self-consistent. > > > > By the way, since it's really not at all that > > cle
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3 years ago
Corpuscles
Origyptian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >> > Excellent showcase of how orthodoxy hand waves the > contradictions in an effort to keep the narrative > self-consistent. > > By the way, since it's really not at all that > clear that Djoser is Netjerikhet, then can we be > so sure that Khufu really is Medjedu, or even > Khnu
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3 years ago
DScribr
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thanos5150 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I have no interest in your flame bait nonsense. > > You stunningly just argued that Vyse would not > > have the proper light to view the hieroglyphs > to > > make the reproductions, yet are o
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3 years ago
Thanos5150
Hi Corp. Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- I'm going to skip commenting on this because you have given me a lot to think about and am not really finding the right words to respond. But your right. I know you are. I don't take it personally and do not care about drawing atention to myself. The bummer is that people who profess to have a genuine int
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3 years ago
Corpuscles
Hi Thanos This maybe long winded post but prompted by your post below. This is mostly intended to be sensible but you know me, I likely include a bit of "silly"! QuoteThanos what definition would you give to the disorder that makes posters completely ignore this thread, the least of which the bombshell of there being a second Khufu cartouche, only to start yet another thread with
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3 years ago
loveritas
Hi Manu, QuoteCreighton says that Vyse got the wrong cartouche with void circles and two fake dots in his diary from "somewhere else". Where? This is what I don't understand. The answer comes from the book review : QuoteVyse would have needed more than just the correct cartouche in order to convincingly pull off such a hoax. In this regard it is proposed that Vyse, and/or h
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
And this was counsel for the plaintiff. I look forward with interest to the cross-examination. Cross-examining counsel may have further questions on this witness’s disavowal of fan status and his original “encounter” with Scott Creighton on the Hall of Ma’at board, on which the following may appear as exhibits: http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread494968/pg3#pid7110524 http://graha
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3 years ago
Corpuscles
LonelyAngel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >> JUDGE: What did he just say? > > QC: He said “Bugger all” m’lord. > > JUDGE: Really? I’m sure I saw his lips move. > > Well, hands & fingers seemed to be moving vigorously , but the QC nailed it! LonelyAngel/John Smith/ Sean Hunter/ Sockpuppet Did Mr SC describe th
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3 years ago
Corpuscles
Hi Lover If you don't mind, where did you get the photograph (Lady A's) and do you have any more of them? I think I have seen that one in a book sometime but have searched and not relocated it. Modern "plaster" splatter renovations?! How else could Hill & Raven copy the detail. (from proposed very secret cache??? LOL!) Cheers
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Martin > > Thanks for that. > > It seems that Creighton's case largely rests on > two hypothetical (maybe) points. Being a 3rd or > 4th generation chinese whisper family story of H > Brewer and this "proposed secret cache". > > The cache seemingly critical to nov
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
eyeofhorus33 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Colette > > Firstly, the glyphs themselves appear to have been > daubed quite hurriedly as they are written using > hieratic script. > > The script used is different from the more formal, > detailed and stylistic hieroglyphic inscriptions > used on public monuments, buildings
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3 years ago
Corpuscles
Martin Stower Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Golly gosh "a proposed secret cache"! > LOL! > > It is a wonder they didn't first find an ol' > magic lamp with a geni to guide them to it? > > The “secret cache” proposal is borr
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Golly gosh "a proposed secret cache"! LOL! > It is a wonder they didn't first find an ol' magic > lamp with a geni to guide them to it? The “secret cache” proposal is borrowed from Usenet postings of the late Alan F. Alford. He was debating the point with someone sharing my name. I have reaso
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3 years ago
loveritas
QuoteI wonder if the reason the cover is promoted ad nausiem repetitively is because it is the best page of the whole thing? Actually, you are right. But also, it's the only page that Jon Snape has. Reminds me of a fly in a bottle. lover PS. You can pass on the review if you wish. No hard feelings.
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3 years ago
Corpuscles
loveritas Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dear Corpuscles, > > Simply, higher standards of proof, old chap. > > lover > > PS. I am looking forward to your review after I > publish the link where you can read said tome, > gratis. Hi lover I am not sure that I could stomach reading it!? I wonder if the reason the co
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3 years ago
loveritas
Dear Corpuscles, Simply, higher standards of proof, old chap. lover PS. I am looking forward to your review after I publish the link where you can read said tome, gratis.
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3 years ago
Corpuscles
loveritas Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How did Vyse who was unfamiliar with hieroglyphics > differentiate between similar glyphs? > > He found a secret cache. Not a real one. Just an > imaginary one. An assumed one. Or as Creighton > terms it : A proposed cache. > > Hi Lover My thanks for the informative, humorous contin
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
eyeofhorus33 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Aaah ... the imaginary cache. > > Now it all makes sense. > > I feel the phrase "paradigm shift" coming > on ... think I'd better go and have a lie down. > > :) Would not the bathroom be more appropriate? M.
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3 years ago
Martin Stower
loveritas Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Shades of Femano! Should it not in this case be SECRET CA$H? M.
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3 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Aaah ... the imaginary cache. Now it all makes sense. I feel the phrase "paradigm shift" coming on ... think I'd better go and have a lie down. :)
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3 years ago
loveritas
How did Vyse who was unfamiliar with hieroglyphics differentiate between similar glyphs? He found a secret cache. Not a real one. Just an imaginary one. An assumed one. Or as Creighton terms it : A proposed cache. How does this work? Using Dr Femano's higher standards of proof Creighton explains : QuoteVyse would have needed more than just the correct cartouche in order to convincing
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5 years ago
Scott Creighton
QuoteGR: If you must make up the existence of inscriptions that do not exist your arguments are meaningless. You have no evidence that Vyse copied the cartouches along with crew names from some secret cache. And then according to you he destroyed the original crew names? What a pitiful argument. Really? That's all you got SC: No, Greg. The evidence is in Vyse's private, handwritten journal; some
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5 years ago
sfbey
If you must make up the existence of inscriptions that do not exist your arguments are meaningless. You have no evidence that Vyse copied the cartouches along with crew names from some secret cache. And then according to you he destroyed the original crew names? What a pitiful argument. Really? That's all you got?
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13 years ago
Burnt Lime
Hi Jal Phoenix, It's not easy to believe in GOD, and I didn't always myself, but I've had life experiences in the last six years that have convinced me that he's there. HIS help was essential because I should be dead several times over. It would have been impossible for me to write the article if that had happened. As for your first question about the structure. I only have one decent photogr
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