> Hanslune Wrote:
> > ...and not doesn't make any sense at all Sam! -
> > remember your evidence free speculation about
> > AE culture and religion is just imaginary
> Evidence free, eh?
Yep - unless you cleverly published your 1,500 page book/paper debunking the AE Religion in the last 48 hours - did you? No you didn't.
You say no evidence but the actual
> people who made and used this spoke of rising for
> work when something (fire pan) burned and that
> something (mks-sceptre) commanded the living.
What does that have to do with your often stated belief that the AE religion is just imaginary?
...and the PT in which it was written was made around 700-800 years after Lord Sabu died. Context Cladking Context
> They said that when the fire was swamped they
> could see and they said that the way went over the
> flames under which the gods create.
Gods? I thought you'd been screaming for years that there were was no religion? Contradicting yourself again Sam?
Seeing as how
> we know for a fact there were no ramps
No Sam that isn't a fact we know there were ramps used in all manner of ways by the AE - that is simply a personal delusion of yours.
> "I will prepare your path in the sky, and its
> waters will come down so that you may navigate
> your bark in it by night."
...and that has what to do with this object? Sounds like religious imagery unless you are prepared to argue the AE could fly......
> "I have swamped the fire, I have lightened the
> darkness among those who come with offerings when
> ma'at is brought to him who crosses the
'Offering" 'Ma'at' again you are using AE religious commentary (Ma'at is the ancient Egyptian goddess of truth, justice, harmony, and balance) - why are you contradicting yourself again?
> To you it's merely a coincidence that the actual
> people said EXACTLY what I'm saying.
No because they are not they are talking about religion while your going off the deep end.
It's NOT A
> COINCIDENCE; I am simply saying what they said
> because they said it and meant it.
> say what they say because they bwelieve it and
> maybe they believed the water falling down lighted
> the way because falling water kept the fire pan
> lit and lighted the way.
Or it's religious metaphor....again the religious thing you don't understand.
> They even said the water in which this floated was
> called "the Lady of the Magic Lamp", Flaming One,
> Awakener (remember those with ready hands stand to
> make an offering to the dead king), Inspirer of
> Men, Lady Of The Waters Of Life, sekhmet, Who
> Rouseth The People, The One Who Holds Back
> Darkness, The Beautiful Light, and Lady Of All
Yeah magic and religion.....written 800 years after Lord Sabu 'bowl' was buried and you think they are referring to it? Really?
>Never mind ANY OF THESE SIMPLE FACTS
> because you read somewhere that it must be a
> ritualistic bowl.
Cladking my comment was about your dismissal of religion - if you want it to be ritualistic bowl that had candles floating in it - that's fine by me.
This stands to reason that
> stionky footed bumpkins would need ritualistic
> bowls more than oil lamps
They can be both Einstein...
> so obviously you know
> you're correct and all these FACTS are mere
No another of our strawmen, I said no such thing and your interpretation of the PT aren't 'facts'.
> Evidence free is the superstition that this thing
> is a "ceremonial bowl".
You are saying it is a ceremonial bowl - which it certainly could be. A religious or utilitarian object.
Never mind there's a hole
> in it and the fins are in the way of access to
> it. Never mind the part we can see is crudely
> done. Never mind that it's stupid looking as a
> bowl because ignorant savage stone dragging
> bumpkins would use something just like this for
> their superstitious rituals and therefore it must
> be a ceremonial bowl.
What exactly are you whining about Sam? You've seemed to have lost it a bit.
> Egyptology is wrong and the longer they insist on
> being wrong the sillier they are going to look.
No its a lot easier to realize you've lost it and Cladking is wrong and that they had religion and that the item was used for 'something'. What that is is not known and you certainly don't have a clue what it was for and your idea of the AE having no religion is falsified once again by your own words.