Originally posted by Lokey13
I would propose to anyone who is here that is actually trying to obtain information on this subject that you ignore both anti annd harte; it will make
your viewing experience of this data much more enjoyable: two more people to IGNORE!!!!
Sure, everyone should ignore established fact.
Otherwise, how could you believe any of this?
Here's what I said in the post Lokey reccomends you "ignore":
Originally posted by Harte
Originally posted by unknown known
What about the fact that although the Egyptians kept very careful records about everything they ever did; every king they had, every war they
fought, and every structure they built, there were no records of them ever having built the pyramids?
You must be talking about some other Egyptians.
The Egyptians from planet Earth certainly did not do this.
Here a poster has declared that the Egyptians kept rigorous and meticulous records of every structure they ever built (among other things.)
That is not so.
According to Lokey, you should ignore the fact that the Egyptians didn't do this because if you don't ignore it, it doesn't seem all that strange
that there are no Egyptian records regarding the construction of (I guess) the Great Pyramid.
If Lokey wishes to maintian that it is true, why doesn't he provide us with the detailed construction plans and records for, say, the Funerary Temple
of Ramses at Medinet Habu?
Or, how about the Temple of Hathor in Dendera? Now, I mean the Egyptian one, not the Ptolemaic and Roman add-ons that came later.
Or how about records documenting the Temple of Karnak at Luxor? How about the Sphinx Temple? What about the Temple of Ptah in Memphis?
I'd dearly love to see the construction plans and details for these structures. Surely Lokey, or Unknowknown will provide us with access to the
Egyptian's documentation for the construction of these fabulous temples. After all, everyone here is commanded to ignore my claim that they don't
exist. That can only mean that Lokey knows that they do.
I'll check back later to get my hands on this previously unknown Ancient Egyptian documentation.
Also in that post (which you are to ignore) is:
Originally posted by Harte
Originally posted by unknown knownDid you know that the height of the pyramid (481 feet) is almost exactly 1/1,000,000,000 of the
distance from the earth to the sun (480.6 billion feet)?
It's closer to 490 billion feet actually more than 490 billion), and no, neither number is "almost exactly." On top of that the distance you quoted
is the average. The Earth's distance to the Sun varies over the year because all orbits are elliptical.
Look it up. The Earth is (on average) more than 490 billion feet from the Sun.
Also, all orbits anyone has ever calculated, all of them, are elliptical, not circular, meaning that the Earth's distance from the Sun gets greater
and smaller over the course of a year (one orbit.)
Lokey insists you ignore this fact as well, because if you don't, you will be unable to pretend that the height of the Great Pyramid (which is today
missing the capstone anyway so what are we talking about here) is "almost exactly 1/1,000,000,000 of the distance from the earth to the sun."
Let me ask, what if this were true? It's not, but what if it were?
Why would anyone, aliens included, need to so closely model the Earth's average
distance to the Sun anyway?
What possible significance could this figure (if it were true, and it's not) have?