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2 years ago
IanHusbands
Hey thanks for the answer, No arguments here, I don't want to get into that... I have lurked at GHMB for a long time and seen too many arguments, they actually put me off of posting for the most part... I am just seeking knowledge and knew that some people on here would be able to fill some of the gaps I had - there is too much rubbish scattered around the internet, it is hard to identify t
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
IanHusbands
Thanks for the info Martin, that video isn't my original source, but from what you have described I would imagine it came from the same source as I initially read... Scott Creighton, didn't he used to post here at GHMB? Thanks!
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
IanHusbands
Here is a link to a video that states the cartouche was written on a "plaster repair" - I have set the video start at 2.20 into the video where it covers this! Let me know what you think!
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
IanHusbands
I read it in an article or heard it on a documentary some time ago... I will see if I can find a link and post it!
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
IanHusbands
Thanks Brian, Again, another link to a flood myth... So possibly, Surid is buried with his family in the Pyramids along with all the knowledge, science and treasures of his time... 3 centuries later, a massive flood causes havoc and massive displacement on earth... Eventually, the "Survivors" of the flood find themselves back at Giza, empty the pyramids and use the hidden knowle
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
IanHusbands
Thanks for the reply, I will certainly check out the links and do some research on Merrer! As for the 'graffiti' in the relieving chambers, I thought that was proven to be written on a plaster covering the original limestone block and not on the block itself, suggesting that it was written during some kind of repairs or regeneration work on the Pyramid, possible by Khufu himself? It seems s
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
IanHusbands
I watched a video on the Great Pyramid of Giza today and one of the commentators described the Egyptians as having a legend/myth of a Pharaoh called Saurit (spelling uncertain) who was the builder of the Great Pyramid. Allegedly he is equated to the Hebrew equivalent of Enoch. I have been studying Egyptian history and Alternative history for a good few years now and never have I come across t
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
IanHusbands
In some studies that I have done recently, I found out that Hyksos meant "Leaders of Foreign Lands" in Egyptian, and they were probably from Asia, or possibly Indo-European... The horse and chariot were more than likely brought to Egypt by the Hurrian speaking tribes which probably went on to form the Mittanian Superpower, allegedly ruled by an Indo-Aryan warrior caste who held a lo
Forum: History
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