> the problema with saying that "ancient people all over the
> world (wrote) stories about space people" is the problema of
> translating ancient texts and languages that only a handful of
> "experts" are capable of doing....
I realize you put experts in quotations but this isn't enough. There is no one in the world who can properly translate or understand the ancient texts and their saying they can is an ongoing lie more than anything else. They maintain this fiction that only they can understand it but the simple fact is they understand it as abracadabra. They say it's nonsense and no two of them are in agreement about the meaning of even the simplest terms.
They say they undersatand it to use their supposed understanding as a weapon against anyone who has a different interpretation of the virtual void of evidence. They call it "cultural context" as though you can understand people by their magic and superstition. If it's really magic and superstition then all we can say is they were superstitious and believed in magic not that there were no little green men from alpha centauri.
It's simply a lie and all the honest translators have said that they can only "circumscribe" the meaning. The only real meaning that can be extracted from gobblety gook is through interpretation from later material which is understood.
Simply stated there exists no cultural context from the great pyramid building age other than divination from pot shards and bone placement. All we have to work with is whatever came out of tombs and gobblety gook and this is all that Egytological opinion really is; gobblety gook.
The fact is that there are dozens of lines in the Pyramid Texts that look a lot ore like little green men than Egyptological lies. There are lines like "Which boat shall I bring thee? Bring that boat which flies up and alights." Where I come from that doesn't sound like ramps. It sounds much moree like aliens and this makes them liars.
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