> I agree with you on the lack of dialog from Xavient. Maybe he
> didn't want to acknowledge the personal attack or the
> digression in the topic. Maybe he (like all of us) doesn't have
> all the answers. Maybe his book is asking the question 'Is the
> ancient alien body of work compelling?' In his opinion it is.
> He wrote a book about it. Did he reaserch every aspect of every
> theorists ideas? Does he believe the suppressed archaeological
> community? This is an important question. Does he believe the
> scientific and historical evidence is misinformation? We all
> know the forbidden archaeology and suppressed history argument.
> He wrote a book on that too.
> I just joined this community. I do enjoy the wealth of
> knowledge this community brings. I have followed Graham's work
> only for a few years and find it very compelling. I am learning
> every day.
Jon, he could have presented, say, a topic from a chapter of his book at a time, written up an argument, and presented it for discussion, then followed up. He didn't do that. He threw out one-liners. That sort of thing doesn't encourage discussion. He wasn't attacked personally. The way he presented his case came under fire. To be blunt, he gave the impression he couldn't care less about being here.
Glad to hear you enjoy these forums. There are some very interesting posters here.