posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 06:45 PM
Originally posted by Skyfloating
Thats one piece of evidence in an overall cause for ancient hybrids which makes use of a number of pieces, among them ancient scripture,
historical accounts, images, and the theory that our future (genetic engineering) is someone elses past.
The trouble is, scripture and art can very easily simply be imaginary figures and ideas transferred to art form, and the history in question relies
strongly on religious mythcycles. Just because I draw a picture of a three-headed man with a goat's hindquarters doesn't mean that I'm documenting
the existence of such a creature, you see?
You want to say genetic engineering was accomplished in the past? You're going to need some evidence of it. There are lots of tools and machines
needed for genetics work in the present, and I see no reason why the same wouldn't be true for a past civilization, even one advanced beyond us -
even if all it took was a magic crystal ray-zapper, then there would need to be evidence of said ray-zapper.
Yes, correct. The overall theory of ancient GE states that later civilizations only attempted copies of that which the "Gods" (in this case
Ptah) did long ago.
So this speculation (we're talking science here, it's certainly no theory) states that Ptah genetically hybridized animals together, and that this
is proven by the speculative assumption that later peoples were trying to copy it?
That's some nice circular logic there.
While the beef carcass jumble is certainly odd, a better approach would be trying to figure out why it is the way it is, rather than trying to
shoehorn it in as evidence of ancient genetic engineering... especially when you admit that the find in no way resembles anything like genetic
Its correct that the Gods were there way before the civilization we know as "ancient egypt" arose.
Is it also correct that the world was nothing but an endless sea, until a lotus rose from its depths, revealing Ra, who masturbated and created the
land from his puddle of semen? Or is it true that the world was formed from the struggle between the force-deities of the Ogdoad? or was the world
formed from the dead body of Ymir, the first giant? Did YHWH wave his hand and make it all happen
But let's stick with hte "Ra made it" of classical Egyptian myth. Surely we can find Ra's genetic hallmarks from his semen, thus the dirt