> Scott Creighton Wrote:
> > SC: Genuine marks are almost certainly those that
> > Vyse writes about in his private journal,
> > (discovered upon his second visit) on the east
> > wall of Wellington's Chamber . . .
> You mean the ones you told your podcast dupes Vyse
> wrote weren’t there?
> Almost certainly.
> > EDIT TO ADD: And, as I have oft stated - if just
> > ONE mark in those chambers is found to have been
> > fraudulently placed then it automatically calls
> > everything therein into question (excepting
> > those already accepted as genuine from other
> > evidence e.g. Vyse's private journal). . . .
> “For the avoidance of doubt, it's my view, and
> always has been [sic], that there are some marks
> in these 'Vyse Chambers' that I believe are
> probably genuine and others that are probably not
> so. We just have to figure out which is which.”
> To which we now find added:
> “. . . (excepting those already accepted as
> genuine from other evidence e.g. Vyse's private
> journal) . . .”
> Hypocrisy turned up to 11.
The clearest example is this one:
“. . . Now when you go to look at his private journal, as I did, I managed to track his private journal, his handwritten notes, they’re located in a small archive library, in the North of London. I found these and I was reading through them—I managed to find the first chamber that Colonel Vyse entered was Wellington’s Chamber. This is the first chamber that he managed to blast his way into, with gunpowder. Now when he, visited this chamber on two occasions, on the second occasion, he writes, in his, private notes, that, there was nothing in the chamber that looked like hieroglyphics. Now when Vyse uses the term ‘hieroglyphics’ he’s talking about these quarry marks (Right), and these are the marks that the gangs would paint, their gang name or crew name, onto their block that they cut—they took pride in these, so they made sure that their gang name was stamped on these blocks or painted, onto these blocks. So Vyse tells us that there’s nothing, in, this chamber—Wellington’s Chamber—that looked like that—and then, three years later, we find that his published account, of the very same night, Richard, the very same night—remember this guy’s want to find a cartouche. He writes in his published book, ‘On this night we found the quarry marks.’ (In Wellington’s Chamber.) In Wellington’s Chamber. (The same chamber that he said he found nothing in earlier.) Yes. In his private notes, his private thoughts, of his time at Giza—so we know that’s authentic, that’s his real thoughts—he found nothing—and then in his published book he says he found the quarry marks—and then when you go and look to see, well, what quarry marks had he found, he got, one of his assistants to basically copy, the quarry marks that were allegedly painted in these chambers. I mean you go and look at the quarry marks from Wellington’s Chamber, what do you find? A cartouche—and that’s the very thing Vyse wanted to find, and the remarkable thing is in his private notes there’s not a single mention of him finding a cartouche, and that was the very thing he wanted to find. (Right, so that . . .) There’s no ‘eureka’ moment, nothing, completely silent, and yet he found a cartouche allegedly. (Very suspicious, very suspicious.)”