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Audrey
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Audrey & thinkitover 'n all > > If you click on the link to the first Volume and > download (LOL! unlikely) you will find Breasted > devotes the entire 11 page PREFACE to the issues > you raise. He also addresses who else was > collaborating and independently checking > translati
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Today
Audrey
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > There may be some embellishing, but they do not > say this as "male chest pounding" but rather to > make one's case they are accomplished and > righteous when judged in the afterlife. Harkhuf > says: > > QuoteI came today from my town, I came from my > Nome; I built a house, I d
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Today
Audrey
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi, Audrey > > I am surprised! You're obvious much better versed > in Egyptology than I am NO! not at all. My interest is in the construction of the great pyramids, how and when. As far as Egyptology in general, you know more than I do. > and already even I've > heard the term "sister
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Yesterday
Audrey
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hey, I just had a thought - supposing 'he' were > wrong about our inability to translate ancient > language, there might still be a massive > difference between being able to translate > something accurately, and being able to believe > everything you read. Nice shot... two birds with one st
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Yesterday
Audrey
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I had read long ago but the English translation > always looked a little too 'smooth' to me. Be wary of translations. There are different types such as literal or literary or mechanical. The field evolved quite a bit in the 20th century and if you're interested there is a way too long entry in wiki. For exa
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Yesterday
Audrey
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Lol. Well, not exactly what I was going for, but > yeah, incest was a thing to AE nobility. A > conversation in and of itself. But it kinda goes hand in hand with your other points. Incest was practiced in ancient Persia, plus your palace façade and the cedar from Lebanon, are all pointers to the middl
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2 days ago
Audrey
Knowing that you never start a simple thread, I had some time so I thought I would read through your links. I made it though Autobiography of Weni and scanned the Harkhuf link, then started to look for background info but was sidetracked by the mention of incest. QuoteMerenre married Ankhenespepi II, his father’s widow and his mother’s sister, making her his stepmother, queen, and aunt! To fur
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3 days ago
Audrey
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Audrey Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > You sound like an old stoner. > People are getting tripped up on the concept of > "metaphysical language". This is largely because > very few people understand why science works or >
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3 days ago
Audrey
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Audrey, thanks for stopping by. I suggested > meditation as a way for Sam, or really anyone, to > reconnect with reality. Since you and ck are being all philosophical, I first meditated when barely a teenager. Was taught by adults who for some reason couldn't relax. I thought then, and still do, it'
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3 days ago
Audrey
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thought is what goes on in the brain/ body. It is > the expression of consciousness. Just wanted to be sure we were on the same page. > Pyramid builders and other forms of life do not > experience this. Experience? You talk as if it is something outside of oneself, to be experienced. That doesn'
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3 days ago
Audrey
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Pyramid Texts are actually about pyramids!!! > This may astound many people but these pyramids > were the "instruments of ascension" and the > Pyramid Texts are the ritual read to the crowds at > the ascension. Define "thought". If they didn't think, why did they have
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6 days ago
Audrey
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6 days ago
Audrey
Steven Myers Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That makes sense to me. I want to work with other > people who agree that Egyptology is a > Pseudoscience. Then why are you on this forum? You know damn well there will people who disagree with you. I take it you want to ignore them. > Just as a public service I will post the link to I hate t
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6 days ago
Audrey
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles behaving? Hardly. Sometimes he does behave. Sometimes he doesn't. I think he knows what I meant. > You might have missed it while you were next door > in the Village saving us from The Toupeed One, but > Steve Clayton spent weeks posting illustrations of > possible pyramid buildin
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7 days ago
Audrey
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We know the Nile in peak flood brought water close > to the Valley temples of Khafre and Khufu however > the site of the pyramids are at least 40-50 > meters (130 - 160 feet) higher ground than the > flooded Nile or the level of ground water at Giza. > SO HOW DID the water get on top of the pyram
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7 days ago
Audrey
Alex Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Does anyone know of estimates for the length of a > day during the last glacial maximum? Why would it have been different? Somehow the ice affected the speed of rotation? I've never heard that it did. > Is anyone aware of other reasons that ancient > cultures may have chosen to center on the number >
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7 days ago
Audrey
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi, cladking > > Another very well stated post, not to mention that > here we begin to touch on what I'm tempted to find > so disturbing about Egyptology, which is that the > attitude problems on display are not limited to > Egyptology, and in other fields such as medicine > they become
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10 days ago
Audrey
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yep I hate having to waste my time on his idiocy > but in this case the majority of the folks here > aren't capable of dealing with his incessant lying > so I have to step in and assist the weak-minded > ones. What a load of bs. No one needs your assistance. That's a mighty big ego you have there.
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10 days ago
Audrey
molder Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Author: Sirfiroth () > Date: August 12, 2013 12:04PM > Hi Patricia, > > Wikipedia assessment and statements do not > necessarily create an accurate picture regarding > the cubit rods. If you are interested, a good > source for study I would suggest, The Ancient > Egyptian Cubit and
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10 days ago
Audrey
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I could go on but I hate wasting my time dealing > with this fraud. > He his fake, a fraud and not deserving > of the slightest attention or consideration. Yet you made 4 posts in a row about him. That's a lot of attention. You hate wasting your time on him, but you go on and on and on. Obsessive-c
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11 days ago
Audrey
Steven Myers Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Maybe we can move on. > > The 2nd bullet point in the video is: > A science embraces criticism > A Pseudoscience is hostile to criticism > > Which of those two characteristics best describes > the "not science" of Egyptology? Sorry Steven but I don't have 40 min t
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14 days ago
Audrey
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I googled "Is Egyptology a science ?". The top > results indicate that Egyptology is generally > considered a philological discipline. However the > wiki page with reference citation: > > QuoteWiki -Egyptology > Egyptology (from Egypt and Greek -λογία, > -logia; Arabic: عل
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15 days ago
Audrey
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So who was the first "Egyptologist" to promote the > theory that the pyramids were tombs? Knowing that > should be central to the support of your idea. Why don't you pick a "first" from this very long list of eyptologists. I see some from the 1600's but it doesn't do you much good unles
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22 days ago
Audrey
Warwick Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > Wanna buy a bridge? > Thanos5150 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > > Not the bridge you are selling, no. > > Warwick Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > I am not selling anything. > > > When and why did you
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23 days ago
Audrey
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah, that is strange. Unrelated but funny how no > one mentioned it until the MK either. In > Herodotus's case, he would have visited Giza more > than a century before the Ptolemaic Period. I > suspect it was buried in his time but then again > there are several suspicious details and/or > om
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23 days ago
Audrey
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- The old photo's I was talking about 1911 The pile of stones on the left fascinates me. I can't imagine it was piled by hand. Anyways, back to the Sphinx > Apparently no one knew it was there so much so the > Romans built a massive staircase flanked by high > walls right over the top of
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24 days ago
Audrey
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I begin to get the sense that Corvidus is someone > who can't bear to lose an argument that they have > no hope of winning... I get the impression that he thinks he's won the argument, before it started. You're funny. I don't agree with much of what you say, but damn you say it very well. Oh wai
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24 days ago
Audrey
nemomen Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Hello everybody > > My mother tongue is not English, so please forgive > my errors. This is also why I realise I am neither > capable of defending myself properly in the > ‹Trial› that is bound to follow this comment > (language issues) nor taking part in discussions > in the way I re
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24 days ago
Audrey
Corvidius Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nonsense, I'm not playing your game, Isn't mimicking a form of flattery? > show evidence > that they were not tombs, the consensus opinion, Uhhhh…. let me think.... there is no evidence for their intended purpose. Therefore I can't say they were tombs. Damn, that was a hard one > and while you t
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25 days ago
Audrey
Merrell Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Audrey Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Merrell Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > > > "My theory"? I said nothing about any theory. > > > I > > > merely provided a li
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