> Hanslune Wrote:
> > I understand fully that you are making stuff up
> > you usually do what does the bowl, pyramid and
> > have to do with one another? Yep they exist so?
> > knew that.
> What they actually said and what they actually
> left behind ARE cultural context.
Yes you are right but you don't make the next connection - that writing doesn't have anything to do with a specific bowl buried with Lord Sabu 700+ years before the PT was placed on Unas' Tomb.
You can make very general comments about what the bowl might have been used for but it is just speculation. AFAIK no such bowls were being produced in the pyramid tomb era.
> Egyptology is basing their interpretation of
> "cultural context" on a nonsensical "book of
No idea what you are talking about
> Obviously they have concluded that the people were
> just like the writers of the "book of the dead"
> and spoke in magic.
Yep - and could you link to your extensive study that shows that isn't true? Oh wait all you have is your opinion - I reject your opinion.
Obviously they never
> considered the language breaks Zipf's Law because
> it is metaphysical and can't be translated.
You have made the claim about Zipf's law being broken many times - I would like to see your research that supports it? Sam we both know you simply made up that claim. So I official challenge you to produce the data that backs it up? Oh and remember you're assumption that the entire AE language is contained with the PT is also wrong...lol
You can't imagine someone who doesn't even
> believe in the existence of intelligent life on
> earth could (re)discover it.
Sam we've talked about your being irrational - see above
> > Okay prove it...oh wait all you do is make
> > and never provide evidence - so your claim is
> > ignored. So what does this have to do with the
> > bowl, pyramids and PT?
> "Cultural context" is a bear, deal with it.
You concede you have no idea what you are talking about - as usual
> > It is a simple fact
> > > that the builders said " Bdš.t comes; the
> > > fire-pan burns.
> > > Those with (ready) hands stand to
> > > give an offering to N.".
> > Yes they (the ancient Egyptian) said those
> > Your point is?
> This is the real "cultural context" rather than
> one based on the assumption that this is
Its a statement within a body of material used to help the body get to the afterlife its not a description of sculpture or bowl usage.
You ASSUMED it was nonsense, I never
Sorry you assumed first - your first assumption is that you can change the meaning of words in language you cannot read....lol
I thought it was nonsense before I studied
> it but i didn't ASSUME it was stinky footed
> nonsense. Egyptology said it is just incantation
> and even English translations can't be understood
> without an advanced degree., NONSENSE!!!
No you said all that no one takes that position in the real world - again irrational.
> is obviously NONSENSE of the highest order. The
> PT makes perfect sense if you assume "fire-pan" is
> a floating oil lamp. The object in question has
> ALL THE PROPERTIES of a floating oil lamp and no
> others. Ipso facto this device might be the
'Yep might be' But we agreed that was a possibility some posts before but you've kept screaming and yelling irrational things for several days now...
You calm now?