> Have you never read any part of the Bible or Koran
> or Vedas, or L Ron Hubbard's crap?
> The invocation of the supernatural (and it's
> claims, whether they actually work or result in
> something or not) does not render the translation
> or interpretation of the actual words or meaning,
I can read the Bible because it's not incantation. Egyptologists say the PT is incantation.
> No! "Infinite" is not a concept that you
> have capacity to understand. It is not a tangible
> However , it is not amazing that you seem to think
> that it is rational. Especially in terms of the
> meaning of any word or words.
You didn't look up "emerald" didya?
Ironically I don't believe in infinity but this is something that exists to most English speakers. Just as there are an infinite number of types of emeralds there are an infinite number of shades of emerald and an infinite number of meanings for every word. Egyptian words all had a single fixed meaning and none of them were defined. How can a modern language speaking Egyptologist hope to understand the PT if he doesn't even know what it means to parse words?
> I do not and have made no such claims. It is the
> voices in your head that deceived you!
You sure seem to know a lot about incantation.
If someone on the street told me he understood incantation I'd back slowly away. Yet it seems to bother no one that Egyptology parses this backward and forward, right and left, and up and down. Then they whip a little "cultural context" on everyone who doesn't agree. When that fails they play word games and get hostile.