Now it’s back to 1998 — but thanks for this confirmation of how closely you’ve studied Alford’s posts and that he is indeed (as I believe I’ve mentioned once or twice) the source of “your” idea that Vyse found some convenient inscriptions outside the pyramid and copied them into the pyramid. I haven’t noticed you copiously crediting Alford — but suddenly, when it suits you, for purposes of taking a dig at me, it’s “the late, great Alan Alford”. Pass the sick bag.
And how suprising to find that your usual skewed notion of justice applies and that I’m found guilty party in the case without any attempt on your part to learn the circumstances (such as, you know, asking me).
The circumstances were (if I recall this ancient history correctly) that I’d given Alford the benefit of the doubt on a proposal (not marriage) he sent me, when he (as it turned out) was playing a game of two faces. No, Creighton, I didn’t want Alford anywhere near me, much as I don’t want you anywhere near me. I said so. Deal with it.
On consideration, in fairness to Alford, given the choice, I’d prefer Alford.
I notice you’ve given no estimate of when we may expect to see your images (not drawings) of the page in Vyse’s journal on which you have two articles in journals of record (Atlantis Rising and Nexus) to date.
I’m also waiting for your excuse for contradicting yourself on the drawing captioned “in Campbell’s Chamber”. You know, Creighton, the caption you treat like a light bulb, to be switched on and off as it suits you.