CM: And the Seed Recovery Vault theory? Might that be
> equally fictional?
There is good evidence presented in our book to support The Recovery Vault Theory (RVT). There is also good evidence presented in our book that the Earth's axis was perturbed around the time of the construction of the large pyramids of the Old Kingdom period. We also present some evidence that may indicate that the Gizamids are older than the mainstream view.
But I'm confused.
Apparently, you're now saying that some of the material that you've posted here in the past is fictional, i.e., not meant to be taken as fact.
But which parts of your work are fiction, and which parts are non-fiction? The evidence for The Recovery Vault Theory (RVT) might be "good" - but is it also fictional, too? And the "evidence that may indicate that the Gizamids are older than the mainstream view" - what category does that fall into? Fiction, or non-fiction?
How, finally, is the reader meant to tell the difference between the fictional and non-fictional parts of your work?