Death of Egyptology

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Death of Egyptology

Post by Frater0082 » Sun Oct 05, 2014 4:42 pm

For a while now I felt as if Egytology is dead or is in the process of dying because nothing new has come from the sands of time. I wonder did they dug every thing and every one up from the ancient times. What do you think do you agree that the Egyptian sands has coughed up all it could from times gone passed?



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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Zooropa » Sun Oct 05, 2014 4:50 pm

How can everything be dug up?

They haven't found your secret alien chamber yet!

I was on the plateau today but didn't find anything other than camel **** and hawkers.

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Who2 » Sun Oct 05, 2014 5:13 pm

They haven't even yet found 1/3rd, so stated by Zahi 'cat in the hat Hawass, but as his removal from the ASC has opened up many discoveries by international missions who this year will find much more than last year.
They will still be evacuating way past my death and yours...:cool:
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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by carrie » Sun Oct 05, 2014 6:10 pm

Judging from the number of teams coming to Luxor this year I would say that Archeology is far from dead and every year new discoveries are made.

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Scottishtourist » Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:11 pm

My God Frater,you come on here and really give this forum the kick up the arse it needs!
Have you ever actually looked at the responses you generate?

You're very special..and you're very clever!
And p.s..as I've said before..your version of events are so much more interesting than the documented ones!

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Bullet Magnet » Sun Oct 05, 2014 11:26 pm

We have discoveries under the Sphinx and the secret chambers in the Pyramids to be found.. One will lead to the other.
Probably the Sphinx has already been found, ( some time ago truth be known, Zahi didnt drain all that water for nothing ) but wont be announced as yet.

Then there's the rest of the Sahara, which before it became a desert was probably densely populated. Look at all those old streams and river beds on Google Earth... :up

Odd no one mentions the Pyramids on Mars and the Moon... ( probably a bot too early to go into that just yet, but I think we will get a lot more out of NASA on Mars, now that the Indians have just gone there )
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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Frater0082 » Sun Oct 05, 2014 11:59 pm

Yes I feel the finding of the secret chambers that I was introduced to will provide many answers that we all have been waiting for.

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by LovelyLadyLux » Mon Oct 06, 2014 1:50 am

Does anybody believe there is a link between the pyramids in Mexico to the pyramids in Egypt? Just curious ........

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Zooropa » Mon Oct 06, 2014 4:34 am

Scottishtourist wrote:And p.s..as I've said before..your version of events are so much more interesting than the documented ones!
And so is the crap, oops I mean testimony in the bible, doesn't make it true.

In any case, by its very nature, truth is always more interesting than rubbish.

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Zooropa » Mon Oct 06, 2014 4:35 am

Scottishtourist wrote:My God Frater,you come on here and really give this forum the kick up the arse it needs!
Have you ever actually looked at the responses you generate?

You're very special..and you're very clever!
And p.s..as I've said before..your version of events are so much more interesting than the documented ones!
Aye up Frates, get yourself over to Luxor on the 22nd, ST might actually decide to meet you.

Honoured indeed!

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Zooropa » Mon Oct 06, 2014 4:36 am

Bullet Magnet wrote:We have discoveries under the Sphinx and the secret chambers in the Pyramids to be found.. One will lead to the other.
Probably the Sphinx has already been found, ( some time ago truth be known, Zahi didnt drain all that water for nothing ) but wont be announced as yet.

Then there's the rest of the Sahara, which before it became a desert was probably densely populated. Look at all those old streams and river beds on Google Earth... :up

Odd no one mentions the Pyramids on Mars and the Moon... ( probably a bot too early to go into that just yet, but I think we will get a lot more out of NASA on Mars, now that the Indians have just gone there )
My dear BM, I take it the magic mushroom crop was good this year? :D :?

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Dusak » Mon Oct 06, 2014 7:49 am

I think that the discoveries of our past histories anywhere will never end. Too much of it, and its ongoing. What happened today will soon be re-discovered tomorrow by the adventurous sole. :up LLL, I firmly believe that everything that existed and exists today is connected in one way or another. We just have to find the fine threads.
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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Brian Yare » Mon Oct 06, 2014 12:27 pm

LovelyLadyLux wrote:Does anybody believe there is a link between the pyramids in Mexico to the pyramids in Egypt? Just curious ........
I believe that there must be. Human development would not move in the same direction and at about the same time in two completely unconnected locations. But it would only take a couple of sailors being blown across the Atlantic to spread the ideas of picture-writing, pyramids, boats, etc.

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Who2 » Mon Oct 06, 2014 2:47 pm

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Frater0082 » Mon Oct 06, 2014 3:57 pm

Zooropa wrote:
Scottishtourist wrote:My God Frater,you come on here and really give this forum the kick up the arse it needs!
Have you ever actually looked at the responses you generate?

You're very special..and you're very clever!
And p.s..as I've said before..your version of events are so much more interesting than the documented ones!
Aye up Frates, get yourself over to Luxor on the 22nd, ST might actually decide to meet you.

Honoured indeed!
Man i would love too but I can't afford to come to Egypt at this moment . Who is ST?

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Bullet Magnet » Mon Oct 06, 2014 4:40 pm

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Re: Death of Egyptology

Post by Who2 » Mon Oct 06, 2014 5:47 pm

Quote: Man i would love too but I can't afford to come to Egypt at this moment . Who is ST?
A: Probably a latvian Mel Gibson in tartan drag....:cool:
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