> Nejc wrote:
> > This is funny... no histerical reaction from the
> > "experts"...???
> You were expecting hysterical laughter, perhaps?
> Sixteen years on, Don Barone quotes Jochmans, whose slapdash
> treatment of the question offended even Sitchin (by failing to
> credit him):
> M.....Moriarty? :)
Try the Author line.
> For those of us comfortable with the concept of mainstream
> science's gatekeeping having its doors kicked in,
> we understand everything from information forwards being taken
> or used by others,
> to complete obsession with topic themes,
> found....with Authors....and groups,.....and the searcher.
> The mature person who reasons will understand that critical
> information is to be found in the above,
> you can either faint before it,....or work it.
> playing sage against sage......or author against author has
> been a medium the Gatekeepers* ...use : )
> Whats next M,.....lectures on how the British have never
> conspired in their world adventurism,
> British East India Company......clean as a whistle : )
> LOL.....One gets the same 1000 yrd stare when confronting
> Americans about the same.....and False Flag events.
> so while your here....just a reminder that the Fabulous Khufu's
> don't actually fly around on wires and pull off Giza
> Plateau....all by themselves.
> excerpt:Alan Alford The Giza Adoption Theory
> 3 Inscriptions:
And when we finally get to it, your idea of a suitable source to back up Jochmans is . . . Alan Alford!
> The Inventory Stele, mentioned earlier, was supposedly written
> by the priests of the cult of Khufu during the 26th dynasty to
> praise the deeds of the ancient king. However, it makes no
> claim whatsoever that Khufu built the Great Pyramid. A very
> strange omission indeed if Khufu really did build the Pyramid.
Suggestion: try searching this very board.
Note the question in the concluding paragraph: it’s one you likewise should answer.
> Moreover, 4th dynasty inscriptions found at Giza confirm that
> Khufu was building the mastaba fields for his high officials to
> the west of the Great Pyramid in ‘year 5’ of his reign. Is it
> really likely that Khufu, having initiated the largest, most
> complex and innovative pyramid-building project in Egyptian
> history, would have allowed any work to be carried out in
> building mastabas? Can we seriously believe that Khufu would
> have put his great venture at risk by diverting resources to
> the building of such mastabas in the fifth year of his reign,
> bearing in mind that he did not know whether he would live long
> enough to see the completion of his pyramid? The idea is
> ludicrous. The inscriptions only make sense if the Great
> Pyramid was already built before the time of Khufu. (As far as
> I know, I am the first person to have highlighted this anomaly;
> my thanks to Mark Lehner for mentioning it in his book ‘The
> Complete Pyramids’.)[end]
Can we seriously believe that Alford has a clue, when he comes out with something as silly as this?