> Even one man's affirmations and another man's denigrations
> about the size of a grain of sand can lead to a chasm between
> what is being affirmed, and both will be correct and incorrect
> in not just their observations but in their deductions and
> applications: "It is 1/25th, not 1"; "It is 1, not 1/25th'.
> For the question you asked: no, I don't; and yes, I do.
> For the first: the pyramid can't change its form, so the story
> it tells is locked into it. Interpretations will vary,
> certainly, but still, there it is.
I didn't understand any of that. :(
> For the second: Australian Aborigines have Song-Lines. They
> have been passed on for hundreds of centuries.
How does anybody know that they haven't changed for hundreds of centuries?