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Old April 12th, 2017, 08:08 PM   #1091

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You will note a trend here. Cladking going out of his way to avoid having his ideas scrutinized. Most fringe believers make it their first priority to get their ideas into print either via a paper, pdf, website or book. Cladking has refused to do any of this preferring to post contradictory material on multiple websites and fleeing in terror from any suggestion that he do the above.

One must wonder why?

I would suggest it's because of his past experience - based on what happened when he wrote up portions of his ideas and tried to get them 'accepted' by knowledgeable people. Instead he was diced up, shredded, consumed and defecated out in short order. Since then he just likes to pretend he is 'scientist' with a brilliant idea who is defeating evil Egyptology at ever turn.

In fact he cannot get a single person to believe anything he has made up.

Sad old guy!
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Old April 12th, 2017, 08:39 PM   #1092

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Okay, thank you, Hans! I think
Be careful for what you wish for.....

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Ancient people were animals and used an animal language.

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The Pyramid Texts implies that their version of The Handbook Of Chemistry and Physics which they called "The book of Thot" (book of human knowledge) was preserved under the northwest corner of G1 and is being protected by the missing (second) Sphinx known as "Mafdet". In other words there is a chance that the ancient science can be found. This
is not of critical importance, perhaps, because with modern science and computers it pro-bably won't take more than half a century to redevelop the science from scratch.
Sorry my other links are broken for additional images. I can link you to hilarious threads on other websites as he tries to pretend a knowledge of math, engineering and physics.
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Old April 12th, 2017, 08:50 PM   #1093

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Old April 13th, 2017, 03:35 AM   #1094

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Well, still nothing on the news fedds. The SCA is now a real black hole for information. The only story still floating around is the finding of the 13th Dynasty pyramid substructure a week or so ago. Even the reease on that was sort of lacking. No one writes in depth anymore. Or one person at AP writes the story and everyone reprints it.
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Old April 13th, 2017, 04:00 AM   #1095

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I've tried just about everything. But the bottom line is that getting this into an understandable format is nearly as difficult as understanding metaphysical language. I often say the ancient language isn't even translatable but this isn't strictly true. It would be possible to develop logic charts or flow charts that include all the meaning in ancient language. But these charts would be impossible for most people to understand. The ancient language started off simple but 40,000 years of science made it highly complex.

I normally don't do this but here's one of my failed attempts to help people understand the language;

Anybody can understand the ancient language - Graham Hancock Official Website

I believe this post would be sufficient if it were studied in conjunction with the PT;

The Pyramid Texts Index

This is not clearly and smoothly reproducible so one must enter in with an open mind. Once you see the patterns then you can resume being critical and skeptical.
The problem with using the reference you gave is that is belongs to a |New Age" site. Where credibility is of serious issue.

The PT are spells and prayers to ensure the king makes a safe trip to the afterlife. As the Egyptians believed he had too. In order to prevent chaos. Even the Egyptologists call a pyramid a resurrection machine. The same for the writings on the wall in the valley of the kings. The software code on the walls to get the spirit where it has to go. All these physicalities we are left with are the products of a rich and changing belief system.

As for the changes in language I leave that for linguists. I equate it the same as translating Archaic English to Old English to Modern English. Words change meaning and context over time. This is common among all human societies.
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Be careful for what you wish for.....

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Sorry my other links are broken for additional images. I can link you to hilarious threads on other websites as he tries to pretend a knowledge of math, engineering and physics.
Thanks, Hans. I appreciate it..
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Old April 13th, 2017, 05:02 AM   #1097

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Here is a very good article on the quarry used to build G1. Even how there is evidence on how they removed the blocks.

Great Pyramid Quarry | Building a Mountain | Mark Lehner | Ancient Egypt Research Associates

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How big of a hole do you have to dig to quarry enough rock to build a mountain? Pretty big when the mountain is the Great Pyramid, as Mark Lehner and David Goodman discovered when they surveyed the Great Pyramid quarry on the Giza Plateau.
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Here is a very good article on the quarry used to build G1. Even how there is evidence on how they removed the blocks.

Great Pyramid Quarry | Building a Mountain | Mark Lehner | Ancient Egypt Research Associates
How do you like the book so far?
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Technically, regarding lengths and levels, Egyptians had no precision tools available to check long distances like the lower layers of a pyramid, the most important layers to determine its future perfect shape. So, by extending the work at the quarry, Egyptians imagined a smart solution for the whole facing which resolved the accuracy problem: to “prefab” there, block by block, the four faces of each course. The height of each layer was determined by the height of each strata from which the blocks were cut. Each block of a same layer was cut and accurately dressed concomitantly with its two adjoining blocks (right and left); then all blocks of a same layer and face were criss-crossed to check the slope and the height. After which and while still at the quarry, the “prefab” blocks were positioned in order to “pre-build” a full row of a facing and quarry marks were added, bearing the laying information for the masons who worked at the pyramid; in this way the ancient Egyptians had practically invented the bar-code system of logistics used by modern builders today. Finally, the blocks were loaded on sledges, like we do with our pallets, and were sent to the building site, the Egyptians having also set up an amazing supply chain!
The Facing Stones of the Large Pyramids?An Interview with Jean-Pierre Houdin

When you look at the logbook found and recently translated you see the repetitive process generated by what is noted in the last portion of the quote. The AE were experts at supply chain management.
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How do you like the book so far?
Very good. Can't get into the small print well until current eye bleed clears.
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