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2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Scott wrote: QuoteOkay - via Herodotus we are told that Chephren (the brother of Cheops) constructed the Great Pyramid. (I think we agree that). No, I don't agree for a couple of reasons ... Herodotus tells us that Cheops built G1 and that his 'brother' Chephren, built G2. (I use 'brother' as I've yet to verify for myself that this was how Herodotus defined their relationship. I thought h
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
I can't follow your logic.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Scott I'm not your teacher and you should do your homework. You're the one making the claims here.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Herodotus = Koine Greek = Χνοῦβις There you go.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
I know. Chephren is Khafre. Herodotus knew that, too.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
So if Rosellini recognises that Khnum Khuf was the "author" of the "second pyramid", linking this to Chephren (Khnum Khufu) and attributing it to Herodotus, why on Earth would Vyse be allegedly daubing the name of the "wrong king" in G1? Herodotus stated that G1 was built by Cheops/Khufu. He acknowledges that Khufu's brother, Chephren, ruled after him and built
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Sam Perhaps you should (re)acquaint yourself with the writings of Moustafa Gadalla, who has already published on the notion of hieroglyphs as a metaphysical language.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Drew Clinging desperately to an idea simply because you have invested so much time and effort in it does not make it true. Your theory is predicated on a flaw. Your diagram is testament to said flaw. Sam knows nothing about hieroglyphs, either, by the way. :)
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33

Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Since you're here ... Your bizarre overlay of a cross-section of G1 over a map of the world is fundamentally FLAWED. The foundation of your entire hypothesis rests upon a diagram which has the entrance to G1 positioned on the WEST face. It is on the NORTH face. If you re-orient the cross-section to its TRUE position, absolutely NONE of what you have claimed makes ANY sense at all.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
161. Erratum
Oh dear, oh dear ... It's like the blind leading the blind. Is Drew aware that you don't read and cannot understand the glyphs themselves but form your gobbletygook based on an English translation of a German translation of the glyphs?
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
I can imagine.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Scott I'm referring to the 'Egyptologists' whom you claimed in your previous post are convinced by the ideas presented in your last book but whom, for reasons you have yet to make clear, you have not named. This kind of fallacy is called 'an appeal to authority'. Come on, you're better than this!
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
If this secret cache of Egyptologists who - having read your book are convinced by your ideas - convince the SCA to undertake analysis of the paint and it is tied to a date of circa 2500 BCE, will your next book be about how Vyse perpetrated the great paint hoax?
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Ah, the imaginary "secret cache". Imaginary. Secret. Handy, that.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Hi Lee I issued 'Takedown Notices' via email to the provider, who always act promptly by investigating the claim and, when an uploader is found to be in breach of the terms of the license, the plagiarized work is then removed and the uploader contacted, I guess to remind them of the terms. However, they do not actively monitor the site themselves; I am told it is my responsibility to notify th
Forum: Misc.
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Sam You wrote: QuoteDespite the fact I predicted this anomaly and fought for years to get Egyptology to look for it ... Do you honestly believe - and worse still, expect others to believe - that thermography was undertaken on G1 as a consequence of: (1) your "prediction" (link for purpose of verification required please. Just one which predates public release of the intenti
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Hi Lee I can understand your frustration. I produce and share educational resources free of charge on a platform with global markets and all my resources are uploaded with a 'Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike' copyright license (which gives a third party permission to adapt or use my resources, with two provisos: firstly, that any such resource is subsequently not offered for sale and s
Forum: Misc.
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
'Twas referred to as a "Super blood wolf moon' by the media here in the UK, and it was indeed very red judging by the photos which amateurs took and which were broadcast on breakfast TV shows here the next morning. 'Super blood wolf moon' ... sounds a bit more sexy than a lunar eclipse and the next one won't be until 2029, apparently. :)
Forum: Misc.
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Your 'interpretation' is nonsensical. There is nothing more to say.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
"Ten degrees hotter". It gets worse. You were claiming in this thread it was six degrees the other day. The difference between the 'anomaly' and the stones which surround it on all sides is 1 to 1.5 degrees.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Looks like a crisp wrapper, or a foil lined chocolate bar wrapper. Is the other item a straw? Tourist trash? Tragic, if so.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
No, I read it correctly. The green stones are 'normal' (average) and the red is 1.5 degrees warmer than the green. As for this nugget: QuotePeople are "explaining" things to me all the time about science and they are usually wrong. Classic.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
You wrote: QuoteThe heat differential is far higher than you are saying. No, I am just reading the numerical scale, Sam. One to one and a half degrees is not considered significant. This has been explained to you on other forums by those more learned in geology than me. You also wrote: QuoteThere is a heat sink (something that absorbs heat) back behind this passage and this sink is m
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Did you read, understand and reflect on anything at all presented in the OP? Edited to add: If you look closely at the representations of colour according to the scale on the right of the thermal image, the difference in temperature between the "red" stone and the "green" stones surrounding the anomaly is between one and one and a half degrees only. What do you contend i
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
But what about the Mafdet lynx, the book of Thot and proof that geysers were used in the construction of G1? Spoilsport :)
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Thanks Merrell. The bucket made me chuckle. Matt
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Thanks Dr T Perhaps naively, I thought that the diadem was a funerary item, although the scenes depicting him wearing it suggest otherwise. But where are all the others? Do you assume that they were all looted in antiquity by grave robbers?
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
I thought I'd put this here as it qualifies as a 'mystery', in my opinion. We know from statuary and other artistic renderings that pharaohs wore various crowns: the deshret, hedjet, khepresh, pschent and Akhenaten's cap crown, but my question is this: Why have no actual crowns ever been discovered, do you think? One might have expected a crown to have been discovered in the unlooted tom
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Quotethe hand that sees is the mind that moves <;
Forum: Inner Space
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