posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 08:53 PM
The name Zahi Hawass, in my not so highly educated personal dictionary, means Subterfuge, Distrust and Dishonesty.
Looking into his history shows he gained his position via the application of dirty tactics to become the Head of Antiquities and therefore gain total
control over what happens with any research and digs.
Just ask Rudolph Gatenbrink, or any other researcher looking for the real truth of Egyptian History, and you will find they have all had their permits
revoked and been escorted out of the country when they find something new, especially if that find does not coincide with the traditional historical
view of Egypt that Mr Hawass is so fond of maintaining as the only true history.
There also seems to be another aspect to his works, one where he gains the personal Kudos for other people's finds. Witness how often his face
appears on the TV screen in documentaries, all vetted through him, and which allows him to portray himself in his ridiculous costume of choice from
the Tomb Raider movies..... lol, and lol agin.... it really makes me laugh.
In essence, if Mr Hawass is involved we can be assured there is something else going on! Remember the turn of the century documentary called "The
Opening of the Lost Tombs"? I noted so many inconsistencies that I hurt myself by laughing too hard.
What inconsistencies you may ask? How about, "we have only recently dicovered the tomb of Osiris", and, "you are the first people to see this"...
while other researchers had found the entrance more than 4 years previously to the date he claimed, and yes, that was just prior to them being
escorted onto a plane, lol.
The Tomb was already well cleared out before TV crews gained entry and were able to show us the tunnels leading "elsewhere", the staircases and
lighting already in position for the flood of tourists, etc. By the way, Mr Hawass's answer to the question of "Where do these tunnels lead?", was,
"We don't know as they haven't been cleared yet" stood in stark contrast to the footage showing perfectly cleared out tunnels as far as the camera
crews lights could penetrate.
Another one.... do you remember him taking us into a tight little tomb and watch as he uncovered the coffin (wood) of some reasonably unimportant
personage? Who noticed how easily he removed the sand from around the coffin? Did you also notice that the sand wasn't the same as the surrounding
area of the coffin? I did. I could plainly see they had poured surface sand around the coffin so he could find it on "liveTV". How did I deduce
this? The sand was a completely different color, in fact, it matched the surface sand in color and light reflecting ability, it was loose and not
packed in any way consistent with digging for the first time.
So, believe nothing where Mr Hawass is concerned. Let's all hope that one day the truth of what is there, already found and removed will come to
light. Just out of curiosity, does anyone have an idea what has happened to the Capstone that was supposedly found before 2000, or the where-abouts of
any Crown that has been found? Personal collections you say? lol
[edit on 24-9-2008 by Tayesin]
[edit on 24-9-2008 by Tayesin]