MA: Did Vyse, in 1837, have access to an example of Khufu´s Horus name in a linear inscription next to a Khufu cartouche that he could copy?
SC: ...It would seem that he did.
MA: What? You do not know?
SC: If fraud was committed (as the Brewer/Allen 'testimony' alleges) then yes, he most certainly would have copied something because he certainly didn't have the knowledge of hieroglyphs to do it all by himself, did he?
MA: You claim that he "simply copied" the inscription without knowing if he had an inscription to copy?
SC: Don’t be silly now. You know exactly what I am saying and you are merely attempting to muddy the waters here.
MA: You do not do any research before you jump to conclusions?
SC: These are not conclusions and they are certainly not my conclusions. They are allegations that have been made against Tricky Dicky by others i.e. Brewer/Allen and whereby the questionable character of Tricky Dicky makes it more likely, imo, that he DID perpetrate a fraud than not. But the allegation of fraud remains to be proven. And these are serious allegations and they will not go away until we can determine the truth of them. You do know what ‘truth’ is, don’t you? We may hope to get to the truth of these inscriptions through the application of forensic science. But we know where you stand on that matter, don’t we. You are not interested in obtaining the truth. And, as such, you have made yourself an irrelevance to this discussion and are simply wasting everyone’s time here.
MA: Vyse either had something to copy or your claim is bunk. Simple.
SC: Well you follow the logic—it’s very simple. If the Brewer/Allen claim has a basis in truth and Tricky Dicky placed these inscriptions into these chambers and managed to do so without any real knowledge or understanding of hieroglyphics, how do you suppose he might have achieved such? Oh, I forgot – he used your fantasy time machine, didn’t he! Laughable.
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