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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Exactly...I believe that Thunderbird alluded to that notion also. Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
How can Biblical stories be seen as fairy-tales? Are we to believe that a people who built a pyramid from rock with little hammers could possibly create stories of a God coming and going in a loud airborn ship? It does not make sense...to them, their God would appear and vanish on the spot...like a Genie...or a Jinn...as in the Qu'ran! However, we have a number of texts that are in the Bible and
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Great post Rick! I agree...but Jesus and Biblical stuff holds very little water here...only scratches in an upper dank recess hold water - for they prove without a doubt that Kufu...the great Kufu...built the Great Pyramid...lol...but maybe...just maybe...he only fixed it! Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Ezekiel is not hard evidence?...God making as much noise as possible is not hard evidence? I guess that we should just throw the Bible in the trash bin then...if so..then toss the Qu'ran as well...and get rid of the Book of Enoch (both copies) as well (Jesus only quoted it once in the New Testament). Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
"playing the man and not the ball is a losing strategy"...you definately are not a follower of professional football...lol...or even soccer...lol...because that is what "man on man" means! As for the issue at hand...how can a people build one of the greatest structures on this planet...and then lose the knowledge of how to build it...unless they never built them...but just fi
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Who cares what you or Hawass think when you have to categorize people in a negative way! Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Please enlighten me if you are so well versed in the subject...and please explain in simple terms (seeing that I am not well versed) how the Great Pyramid was made...and please update me with the actual time frame for its complete construction. Thanks Dam That (not well versed) Beaver
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
If you know so much and I know soo little...please tell me how many people you believed died or were maimed constructing this huge monument. Or did very few get injured because they all had great expertise in the area of chipping and cutting stone? Also...Waht in the world does "Allway" mean? Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
I still liked Alford's first book...guess its in vogue to sell-out!! Sitchin is not wrong...the attacks against him are coming via Egypt...but what about Von Daniken and his findings - is he to be discarded too? Do we actually believe that there was no "cargo cult" - that the Nazca Lines and descriptions of flying vehicles in the Vedasand Holy Bible are total garbage? I am alarmed that
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
"the theories. suspicions etc.. dished out by Sitchin, Alford et al. must be discarded"... No they should not be discarded!!! This is true ignorance to make such a statement...for shame on you!! Alford's book is absolutley brilliant - and to state that his theories should be discarded is stating that his book should be discarded...for shame...No one has the right to say such a thing...
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
"Appears to be an absurd and baseless theory"...lol...lol..."Appears"...of course it is absurd and mindless...lol...lol...and the air shafts also aid in allowing the "much needed" moisture into the tomb area so as to destroy the mummies...lol...its all absurd and its all madness!! But then again..what do we know...were not Egyptologists - and as we all know...only Eg
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
I agree...it does not prove anything...but we can still believe that lots and lots of tiny little fleshy creatures dragged and pulled gigantic blocks into place so that a pyramid could be built...a pyramid sooo important to its Pharaoh, its people and its country - that it was left to rot and be consumed by the desert! Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Gee thanks...That was helpful! Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Very well stated Cintia...the board has run into problems because certain people act as "bullies" and hide like filth behind their monitors...I have long sat back and watched the carnage unveil as positive posts would be assaulted over and over again - without even a comment by one of the moderators! I believe that free speech is a fundamental right, but cliques should not be able to &
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Hi Jan...what a great post!!! I agree with your belief in the "expanded Earth" concept...Thunderbird is the true "Over Lord" of expanded earth - and He too is resented and cast out by many on this board! But the truth stings...and if we look throughout history we find that all the greats and their ideas were attacked! So we are in great company - and this message board serves
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
I don't think Hawass would look good in a scarf...lol...but with that light saber - he sure could keep everyone away who is seeking the truth! Lol...lol. I refer to him as "Lord", in that there is no one to oppsoe him - He is the "Al Davis" of archeology...everything stays the same...there is no real progress and most people are steamed about the outcome! Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
In being the Over-Lord of the Giza Plateau...has Hawass...or Lord Hawass ever explained why the Ancient Egyptians stopped making gigantic pyramids like the Great Pyramid? It was such a success, so why not keep building them? Isn't every King worthy of a humungous pyramid burial plot? If you were the successor to Kufu, wouldn't you want to have a massive pyramid to exhalt your brilliance and grea
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
I too agree with your perspective on this notion, "of seeing all from afar"! Am I to conclude that there are no more fortresses or cities hidden in the dense jungle throught Central and South America? Are the only hidden treasures on Earth located soo far down in the ground that we will never find them? This should come as a major hit too all those children that dream of growing up and
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Great post! The pyramids were definately not tombs...lol...and everything that you say makes sense. Sitchin's book, "The Wars of Gods and Men" really covers the Great Pyramid and explains what really happened to it. Of course, others will say that Giza was a tomb...but as I said before...What sort of tomb has openings into it to let moisture in? Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Wow Thunderbird...amazing...but you have to watch what you say when it comes to "Mans mythology speaking of the Gods coming down from the Stars"...it may upset the purists on this site...they believe that the ancients were talking about people living in the high mountains and coming down to the masses...you know, things that every society would deem as being plausable...lol...Maybe ther
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Wow...now thats big news...but I am sure the Hawass crowd will dump on it and make it out as a sham :( Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Hidden cities would be visable from space? Really? I just don't think so bro...If so...then how did the giant pyramid known as El Tigra stay hidden for sooooo many years? Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
The bottom line is that the Earth will give-up all of her mysteries in time...I remember a story of a group of Europeans who were escorted out of Peru through the rain forest to safety during the mids 70s - under Penoche's oppresive regime...a group of natives took these people and blind-folded them...as they did not want them to see all the hidden cities that existed in the rain forests...these
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Thunderbird 1 Vanderzwet 0 Getting back to what matters...Can anyone tell me when they discovered the entrance that lies near the hind quarters of the Sphinx? Is this proof that more underground passages exist? Does this hint at Thunderbird being right...and even Hawass being right when he referred to Osiris as the "Lord of the Underground Tunnels". Is there a tunnel that runs undern
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
I thought Casey stated that the Hall of Records was in a hidden underground room situated near the foot of the Sphinx...I remember this as a child, back in the early 70s...I do believe that Thunderbird is on to something here...I will not be shocked if underground passages are found in the next 10 years - or have already been detected...it would make sense...as it would connect the Sphinx with Gi
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
T Bird 1 Hawass and friends 0 !! Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
The two openings to the outside do not make sense to me...would they not allow moisture to enter the tomb? I see the spiritual aspect that surrounds the notion of looking at the stars...but why endanger the delicate atmospheric balance that had to be maintained in order for the mummies or mummy to remain intact? Or am I way out in space - in that, no special atmosphere is needed for a mummy and t
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Yea...but Hawass thinks the Great Pyramid is a burial tomb! Please....please...if it is such...then why is there no coffer in the Queen's Chamber? Why build a tomb and allow air and moisture to enter it? Why abandon it - knowing that it will attract attention and possibly thieves? The answer is simple...you create a Valley of the Kings for burial purposes! Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
Bow down to the king...bow down to the king!!! Well stated Bro :) Hawass & Egypt 1 Truth & Integrity 0 Dam
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13 years ago
damthatbeaver
I am not a young man and I have been studying Egypt since the early 70s and nothing I have ever read has moved me more that Van Daniken's and Sitchin's books. I have not had the opportunity to go to Egypt...but others that I have known have gone...and they went prior to reading any of Sitchin's works. They were amazed afterwards at how Sitchin was able to answer most every question they had about
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