I'm off to Egypt in a few weeks, I'll talk to some locals and ask their opinions on the Pyramids and the Sphinx. See what local folklore there is.
Originally posted by woodwytch
I have a few of my own to share but I'm very hesitant. Not because of the potential ridicule that might/will ensue (that's par for the course) ... but the reprocussions that could be involved. I've always felt that timing is of the essence ... and I'm teetering on the brink here ... just not sure this is the time yet.
Originally posted by mojo4sale
Surely you can understand the reluctance of a government or person to allow archaeological work to be carried out by someone wishing to find a connection between aliens and martians even if they happen to believe in it.
When death is regarded not as an ultimate dissolution, but rather a transitional (and crucial) stage of a journey, then the apparent Egyptian preoccupation with death becomes exactly the opposite as it seems to be. It is, in fact, a preoccupation with life at its deepest possible sense.
John Anthony West