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that underneath it lies a secret vault containing a library of historical and religious records... Unfortunately no one yet seems to have followed up her lead by searching for it.
Has anyone tried to do more site work at the Temple of Seti? The book was published in 1999 and says no one has attempted to find Omm Seti's chamber.
Originally posted by Philadelphite
Basically you are saying that this chamber was found in the first decade of the 20th century.
So you, the great debunker, are saying that Omm Seti is credible, at least, not completely off the level? The book I read this from described her as being very respected by Egyptologists and the Department of Antiquities.
So you, the great debunker, are saying that Omm Seti is credible, at least, not completely off the level?
After the fall Dorothy(Omm) began to have a recurring dream of a large building with columns and a garden with trees, fruits and flowers. She also entered a depressive stage, frequently bursting into tears for no apparent reason and explaining to her parents that she wanted to go home. Reassured that she was at home, she denied it, but could not say where she believed her real home was. (James & Thorpe, 584)
This is my home! This is where I used to live!" But why is it all broken?And where is the garden?
Originally posted by Hanslune
As I understand it she remained an amateur Egyptologist and didn't obtain any degrees.
Did she ever claim to be able to read and speak Ancient Egyptian? That fact would have been easy to check on.
Hmmmm, where did they live. You might want to ask that question at the Hall of Ma'at as there are no Egyptogists that post here, as far as we known.
Hall of Ma'at - Egyptian forum