Assuming the motive was not to come home empty-handed and instead come home with the solution to a mystery...
What you are saying is use the minimum necessary effort to accomplish the fraud, right?
We have multiple marks in the chambers. Scott’s mission is to expose all those which tie Khufu to G1 as fraud because if even one survives his prosecution, the overall thesis falls.
So this is a discrepancy I also see...the reasonable modus of the alleged fraudster and the mission of his prosecutor.
Furthermore, we have Khufu and Khnum-Khuf side by side at Wadi Maghara, Wadi El Jarf and Khufu Akhet. The probability that these are two separate rulers from two separate eras held against the probability that they refer to one and the same person given the religious shift during that time, given that Khufu had a double golden Horus title, and given that this is the time immediately before the dynasty when King’s established two more titular names, prenomen/throne and Son of Re, weighs little in my opinion.
Also, I have published proof that Hemiunu embedded the design of Khufu Akhet in his mastaba which further pins that pyramid to a king he served.
Also, there were five gangs at work two of which used the nfr and the was symbol. They worked on Hemiunu’s mastaba and on Khufu Akhet. This symbols were painted over other marks. Scott has not ruled out the possibility that the numerals could have been added at a different time than these crew marks.
At this point, Scott has generated enough suspicion to warrant a definitive falsification of his theory. In other words, the next logical step is to probe the partially hidden Khufu cartouche in Campbell’s chamber. If the cartouche extends past the seam behind the granite wall, the hoax theory is falsified. Then, the most likely explanation for the observations made by Scott pertaining to the other cartouche is that it was painted in situ at the time of laying the chamber and not at the quarry.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 08-Jun-18 22:54 by Manu.