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2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Hi Susan The use of third person is a dead giveaway. Shakespeare said it far more eloquently than I could ever hope to: "It is a tale, told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing." There is, to my mind at least, a difference between "writing too hard for understanding to be accomplished" (the irony!) and the word soup which is presented, masqueradi
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
The idea has been explored previously by the author Andrew Collins, here:
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Why do you persist in the promotion of a falsehood by claiming that mainstream Egyptologists regard the AEs and their language as "changeless". This is patently untrue - corroborated by the fact that the number of glyphs in their language grew from around 400 to 700 by Middle Egyptian to over 1,000 in Late Egyptian, demonstrating unequivocal growth and change, and the need for a lang
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
There is much to support "belief" htp di' nsw inpw, hnty sh ntr tpy dw=f The whole thing denotes "belief". If only you would bother to learn to read, rather than to challenge what, by your own admission, you cannot read.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
This might be of interest, if you haven't already seen it: Matt
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Hi Sam This new discovery, unveiled yesterday, of a 5th dynasty high priest's intact and seemingly unlooted tomb, will be of interest. There are abundant hieroglyphic inscriptions I can't wait to see in more detail: the 'offering formula' is clearly visible in the fourth photograph. The cartouche in one of the photos bears the name of the pharaoh Neferirkare. He was Sahure's son, third kin
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Are you familiar with the ankh and was sceptres depicted with arms and hands, holding fans in jubilation at the Heb Sed festivals, such as Djoser's? A tool? For operating a fan? Celebrating the pharaoh's fitness for rule? :)
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Remnants of real was sceptres have been found. They are constructed of faience or wood, where the head and forked tail of the Set-animal are visible. The earliest examples date to the First Dynasty.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Two words: Word soup.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Hi Madeleine I'm sorry if you took offence at my association of you with Cladking; there was none intended, hence why I posed it as a question. Matt
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Sam Please can you name these "growing number of researchers"? Do you mean yourself, Madeleine and Duketown? Thanks, Matt
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
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Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Sam You wrote: QuoteEgyptologists have no clue about gender in Ancient Language which is proven by the fact that this is one of the things they most often have to "fix" on those words chiseled in stone. Nobody is claiming that Egyptologists most commonly "fix" on suffix pronouns; they are simply indisputable evidence of gender in hieroglyphic inscription, that's all.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Yes, I agree that in English gender is inferred by wider contextual cues but in AE gender is distinguished in the second and third persons of the singular. Verbal adjectives can inflect for gender, too.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
You ought to know that Cladking cannot read the glyphs themselves. His 'interpretations' (used in the loosest sense of the word) are, by his own admission, based on an English translation of a German translation of the glyphs themselves. I'll leave it there in case this crucial information presents you with too much 'noize' (sic). :)
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
It's tragic, isn't it!
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
What a cop out. You make the grandiose assertion that years before the thermal anomaly was detected YOU said that it would be, and yet when asked to furnish us with the evidence of your claim, you now state "I don't save such things" as though your claim was of no consequence. I'd like to see evidence of you stating your case with confidence and clarity. If it mattered that muc
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Sam Please will you provide a link to your post where you "predict the thermal anomaly" before it was confirmed by the scans. Thanks
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
They had no words for cognition? Thot. Just a thot. Also, what is your understanding/interpretation of the function of the ideogram roll-tied papyrus glyph? (Y1, Gardiner)
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Let's remind everyone ... You are single-handedly "solving" the "true meaning" by using an English translation of a German translation of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. Turn the light off and close the door on your way out. There's nobody left listening to your "special" brand of nonsense! :)
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Cladking wrote: Quote Obviously they spoke a different language and this language has never been translated and probably can't be translated. It can't be translated because the Egyptians didn't think like linguists. Obviously they spoke a different language ... no-one disputes this. Every one else who can read hieroglyphs considers the rest of what you've written here to be utter nonsens
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Peter, I was joking. :)
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
This is the same mound / hill / 'pyramid' as photographed from a different perspective. It's interesting. I'd like to see photographs showing the lie of the land from 4 different vantage points. Here's one ... :)
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
It seems that the science behind the sensational claim clarifies the hammer encased in a limey concretion: QuoteKuban, Glen J. (14 July 2006). "The London Hammer: An Alleged Out-of-Place Artifact. An iron and wooden hammer, sometimes called the "London Artifact" or "London Hammer," found by local hikers in a creek bed near London, Texas in 1936, has been promoted by Ca
Forum: Author of the Month
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Robert The photograph of your so-called "Wedge of Aiud" is just a tooth from a modern excavator bucket. Little wonder it was found in the earth! Also, a Q regarding the wooden-handled hammer found encased in stone: if the rock was molten when it encased the hammer before cooling into stone, why did the wood not char or combust? :)
Forum: Author of the Month
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Hello Brandon Even though Masada is perched 450m atop the cliff, it is actually only 58 metres above sea level - not a great place to camp out in the event of a flood of Biblical proportions. Macchu Pichu, on the other hand, is 2,430 metres above sea level.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Sally This post reads like paranoid delusion but this is just incomprehensible to me: QuoteHiding behind giant messes, this will get us wiped away again, but their minds are (for the most part) gone, (turned to dog hair?) Communication becomes nearly impossible when alternate meanings are attached to words. It is such a freaking mess, I don't look, I won't listen and most importantly I
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Steve, looking at the detail provided by the photograph, would you rule out the use of high-tech, precision-cutting machine tools here? I wonder what Philip and Jon's opinion(s) will be.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Ray, Arlene retorted by stating that what she wrote is not a fantasy. She even added an exclamation mark for emphasis. It's interesting to me how you readily described (to Susan) Arlene's epistemological experiences as 'fantasy'. Arlene has also stated that her third eye is open and Mother Earth is raising her vibration as we speak ... It is my personal, evangelical atheistic belief that
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
2 years ago
eyeofhorus33
Arlene, you wrote: Quote Mother Earth is trying to raise her vibration ... New Age nonsense. What on (Mother) Earth do you even mean? Raise her vibration ... ? Garbage.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
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