> thought I would post this -- look especially at minutes 2:13 to
> 2:29, 6:27 (the corner) and 6:36 to 6:44 -- but really the
> whole video is great -- and NO -- they didn't use "copper"
> chisels to do this, so don't waste my time (or yours) --
> really look at the size of the excavation and the height of the
> wall -- staggering -- 3:22
> it was pasted to my this AM -- have a good one ---
I got a kick out of his summary of Lehner's take on how the granite was chiseled in the OK, starting at 2:57:
Yet another example of the traditionalists' extremely low standards of proof that are now causing the Tenuous Tenets to crack at the seams.Quote
So Mark Lehner, American Egyptologist who was close friends with Zahi Hawass, who started out originally with A.R.E. trying to support Cayce's material, then got his Ph.D. and turned totally against that -- after they paid for his doctorate -- and he became the American Egyptologist and traditional theorist.
So how he explained this, with an honest face, he said they would have a "thousand men lined up with chisels", and one guy would go "[bang, bang, bang] no good, give me another one, [bang, bang, bang] give me another one...", a thousand lined up, and he says this with a straight face on television, PBS, and expects us to believe this.
Post Edited (28-Jun-15 16:01)
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?