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Originally posted by exsmokingman
THIS DOESN'T SURPRISE ME. WE KNOW NEXT TO NOTHING ABOUT ANCIENT HISTORY. EGYPTIANS,PHOENECIANS,CHINESE ,GREEK AND VIKINGS WENT EVERYWHERE.
Originally posted by Odium
Best thing you can do, is try to get evidence. Check if this report is truth, find other sites that use it and especailly try to find a paper copy of it.
I'll look into it as much as I can, I have my people doing some resaerch on the guy who wrote the article at the moment. Want to check out if he has made any other "wild" claims.
As far as translation is concerned, the inscription has several features which were copied from several 'modern' publications of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, however the greater part of the inscription cannot be translated as it is nothing more than a collection hieroglyphs which do not form words or phrases. The exception, which seems to prove conclusively that this is a modern copy, is the copy of the king's names and titles found within photo e5r. In this photo, the large box on the left (which should be a cartoush) is headed by the Sedge Plant and Bee title which means 'King of Upper and Lower Egypt', while the name within the box is 'Khufu', who was in fact the 4th dynasty king of Egypt who built the Great Pyramid at Giza (ie. he is very well known). The box on the right is headed by a Duck and Sun title which means 'Son of Re', while the name within the box is unknown but possible could be read as 'Neferankhru'. Interestingly this name is written similar to Khufu's fathers name Sneferu' but has used an Ankh sign instead of a Rolled linen sign. So if we were to believe this inscription we would think that it was of Khufu of the 4th dynasty, unfortunately the 'Son of Re' title was not used until the 5th dynasty and hence this creates a major problem in our believing this text.
Originally posted by TPL
So in all certainly faked. However i wouldn't be too surprised if evidence did surface to show visitations to Australia by the Ancient Egyptians. There is evidence to suggest that the pharoah Necho II sent an expedition around the entire continent of Africa by ship.
these might have been done in the last 100 years by random people do they have proof?