> That's the thing about skeptics; it's just like
> they've never seen one of your posts.
Unfortunately thousands!!!! Most start with "stinky..."
> The words are mostly translated correctly but the
> translators don't know that the nature of words
> changed and that the meaning is in the formatting.
> They wholly misunderstand everything for these
How would or could you possibly know if they are translated correctly or not?
Just have a go at advising how the "formatting" of this small piece is wrong?
Oh …..and tell us what you fantasise it means? What is the correct translation ( just those portions ,the identifiable words ) in your charlatan insane 'expert' opinion?
Then have a go at the words on this one
How was that 'sitting woman'? 'eye'? and 'step ladder thingy' was incorrectly interpreted?
Do you even know what I am referring too?! Then go ahead cheat on that, and then spell out the rest?
> They used the "book of the dead" to translate and
> interpret the Pyramid Texts. This is horrendous
> methodology and they've been called on it.
Show US the whole forum you can translate anything even remotely correctly BEFORE "calling out" anyone else!
Oh! and you are not correct about "translate". But maybe closer on "interpret".
Get to first base first. (as above)
> But you don't care how much the assumption of
> ramps, tombs, changelessness, and our belief that
> you can judge a culture on a book of "incantation"
> has on the impressionable and naive! You don't
> care about the ideas expressed in either version
> of the Emerald Tablets because you already know
> all the answers.
Absolutely no one suggests "changeless" . Unless it is a word which has a peculiar or unique meaning to you.
"Ramps" in the context of absolute sole construction method are contested by some experts. However, their existence, is not by those who have seen them or those who have shown you pictures of such.
"Tombs" whilst generally accepted are disputed or changed by some as "cenotaph" or "memorial" is far more likely and attested than a crazy imaginary :- cremation funerary pile , sitting under the spay of a fictitious sprouting monster cold water geyser.
What emerald tablets? Have you seen them? My Mrs wants one!
Have you had your daily required dose of attention yet?
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 14-Mar-19 02:10 by Corpuscles.