> Corpuscles Wrote:
> > If Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics is
> > "untranslatable" , which is NOT accepted by me
> > any other sane or even partly sane person on
> > planet, THEN it is particularly so for you!
> So I'll put you down for the camp that claims
> incantation makes perfect sense.
> There's nothing crazy about judging an entire
> culture by a book of magical mumbo jumbo.
You are either the most idle pointless TROLL, ever, on any internet forum, or you (or your minders) seem incapable of restraining your prolific inane contributions to the internet.
Contrary to what I suspect most would make of my comments, I do not enjoy declaring your seemingly obvious INSANITY. In fact, it grieves me that your life is so wasted or depleted and the unfortunate impact you have on lowering the standard of any discussion here (and elsewhere) about interesting subjects.
As I pointed out to you very recently your host G Hancock regularly participates (seemingly proudly) of ceremonies steeped in incantation.
You might only look at 80% (rough approximation) of the current world populous to realise they rely on various " book of magical mumbo jumbo"
What??? You never even went South of Chicago to the bible belt? Or heard about the jihad, or seen (even pictures) of the thousands of gods and spells in India?
You really make an art form of being ( pretending ?) to be TOTALLY IGNORANT!
> Otherwise I agree, Ancient Language can't be
> translated by anybody at all and if you try it'll
> just look like magical mumbo jumbo.
I see you elected to use my choice (long ago) yours is "gobbledygook".
You are a fecking troll … and a lunatic!
> What I'd realkly like to do is translate Lehner's
> contention that the pyramids have to be studied by
> turning your back to them. I guess Hawass already
> translated this when he said that evidence that
> contradicts the paradigm will never see the light
> of day. How I really don't understand how this
> dark age nonsense gets accepted by the masses.
> Most people have always been led around by the
> nose and now days with all the specialization it's
> harder than ever to form your own opinion. You'd
> think since it is hard to come to one's own
> opinion Egyptologists would be willing to debate
> just so they don't look too much like shamans and
> priests. Where appearances are everything why do
> Egyptologists risk the tactics they use to fool
I realise you have never been to Egypt nor Peru /Bolivia or perhaps even Mexico. Sad given you bather about such and are now likely confined from doing any such thing. But if you could you would realise such behaviour is alive and well and still practiced in the 21stC CE (my last personal experience 2016)!
Is that enough attention for now?
Could you advise whether there is any medical staff, or even remotely sane minder/relative , that are supervising your internet activity? If so, could they drop us a line of apology (edit explanation at least) please?
PLEASE , it is a serious request!!!!
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04-Apr-19 01:18 by Corpuscles.