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The Freshwater Point site is one of many around Australia's coastlines and it is almost an exact copy of Tyre of Phoenician legend. The east harbour jetty is a typical Phoenician loading platform of granite stone set in furnace-slag cement, some 400 metres in length by 30 metres width by 5 metres high, running back to a freshwater spring and reservoir -- one of two on the isthmus relative to adjacent to open cut mines accessing gold, copper, metacinnabar, epidote, arfedsonite, etc with associated slag heaps and artifacts with the usual Bel altars on the skyline.
Originally posted by cynical572
Hi there, I recall a thread already here on ATS where I believe these glyphs were already discussed and determined to be "jibberish" so to say...I wish I knew how to read hierogliphics to know if that is true.
Photographs of the hieroglyphs taken in 1983 were sent to Prof. Nageeb Kanawati, head of the Department of Egyptology at Macquarie University, Sydney. Part of his reply to the NPWS reads: "I examined [the photographs] and think that the engravings are the work of someone who perhaps visited Egypt or saw some postcards of Egyptian monuments and wished to have some graffiti of what he saw. It is true that most of the signs are Egyptian, and two names of kings may be recognized, but the whole thing does not make sense at all. Simply a decorative graffiti using Egyptian signs."
Originally posted by unexplainedaustralia
Hi Byrd cannot disagree with anything you have written there. When I started to learn Egyptian Hieroglyphics you notice right away that the Gosford Glyphs are fake. They make no dam sense. And the whole inscription is a jumbled mess. And this guy "White 96" that so many people refer back to has tried to distance himself from the original article ever since.
He really should have done his homework