> As a technicality, that the words were already
> ancient in Dynastic times strongly supports the
> notion that they were NOT written by the
> Dynastics, but they could have been written by
> another intermediate culture between the Dynastics
> and the original builders and not necessarily by
> the builders themselves. In fact, since we really
> don't know with certainty when those things were
> built, any number of intervening cultures might
> have had their way with the historic record before
> Dynastic times. And any intervening influence on
> those texts make it more likely that the
> Dynastics' version is that much farther from an
> accurate portrayal of those original events. Kind
> of like what we read about the Creation, Adam &
> Eve, the Burning Bush, the parting of the Sea,
> Noah, manna from Heaven, etc.
I agree that nothing is as yet "settled" whether I'm right or wrong. For all I know aliens might have bred Atlanteans to create a human computer and when this failed they cut their losses by programming a new language and having them build the pyramid as a self powered interstellar beacon than is still working and being powered by the generator behind the thermal anomaly.
I'm not really convinced of anything except that we don't know and there appears to be a scientific language behind the funiculars used to build the great pyramids.
That Egyptology has all the answers is merely indicative of their low standards of evidence and proof.
> > "Egyptology" as it applies to the great pyramid
> > builders is an anachronism.
> It certainly does seem to be the case,
> increasingly so.
That they can't even engage in an argument with me speaks volumes. That they can't put forth the evidence to show they are correct is equivalent to meaning their whole "science" is nothing but a construct built on et als and old guesses.