> The video/podcast or whatever it is, wasn't made
> specifically for this forum either. So, it's
> difficult to go over evidence within, say, an hour
> window and address absolutely everyone's pet
> theories or ideas. It could literally be a 20
> hour video. What I wanted to do was very
> specifically address the evidence for a primary
> burial. Archaeological, literary, and
Only 20 hours?
*grins* I've known Pete about 20 years in
> this online world of ancient Egypt, and I can tell
> you he is not just a puppet. :) In fact, he and I
> and a few others (proudly?) claim the distinction
> of being involved in the same way you are right
> Yeah, I don't think they know my background.
> Remember True Origins?
Nope. Never heard of it. :)
It's a shame the wayback
> machine isn't working right now. My original
> position, as you remember I'm sure, was heavily
> influenced by Cayce and other alternative
> positions like Hancock, West, and Bauval. In fact
> I was West's webmaster for some time.
Oh, that's right ... I forgot about the webmaster thing.
> difficult for me to accept the evidence
> contradicting theories or positions I believed
> were correct. But I did. It's not the mystery I
> was in love with, but a quest to understand the
> past in whatever form it took. I think the most
> informative discussions were on Andrew's site with
> George Johnson, Brent, Andrew and that gang going
> at it with us.
Yup. And I'd also like to add (for Audrey), I can't speak for Pete or Don, but I wholly admit I was asinine, smart-mouthed, uppity, nasty, and at times an uneducated jerk. I still remember George B. Johnson telling me to 'go read some books'. If only I had listened at that moment I would not have taken so long to open up the floodgates of wonder most people don't see -- or never see.
Are Egyptologists perfect? No. Contradictions and infighting still exist. But have they got it 'all wrong'? Absolutely not. Broad-brushing a dash of ineptitude over the whole canvas can surely disguise fascinating knowledge of ancient Egypt.
> And that Sir Maftet guy. :)
Why is it always you and Don who keep bringing that up? LOL.