reply to post by Sargoth
Hiya Sargoth, I've looked at the Egypt links and wouldn't recommend them for serious study. They're okay for maybe building an interest in
Larry Hunter is a good example. In the academic study of Egypt, there are hoops that people have to jump through. They need to be supported by an
organization (eg university) and have an appropriate CV before they can even apply to the SCA for permission. This is a 'BS Filter' to stop Giza
being flooded by people with buckets and spades. Also people that want to hang out in the tombs or pyramids chanting stuff. It prevents needless
damage to the history and protects the heritage from being stolen. It really makes sense, because guys can't turn up at Wrigley Field with a shovel
and start chanting about the Cubs. They'd get arrested unless they had permission first.
Larry hasn't really got any of the above. He doesn't appear to have an academic education. He accuses Hawass and Lehner of 'crimes against
humanity.' He gets implicated in a story about 'damage to the sphinx' and has the Giza Police on the look out. When he contacts Hawass via
letter...he uses Edgar Cayce as a reference source. He's a serious disaster magnet and the makings of a good comedy autobiography.
Wayne Herschel. He's borrowed an awful lot of stuff from other people in the 'lost advanced star brothers race' field. He's cherry-picked a lot of
Dan Brown's ideas...and even Brown had got them elsewhere. I was reading about Chaeteau la Riens years before Brown got going. Herschel has a loose
concept of history. He claims that Giza pyramids, Stonehenge, Tikal and Teotihuacan are 'star maps' built by a lost race. Big problem. Stonehenge,
Giza and Teotihuacan are separated by up to 3000years and we know who built them. A big warning sign about Herschel IMO is he uses the copywrite
symbol in every other sentence. He's 'copywrited' ideas that Brown, Bauval and Hancock have had published years earlier.
Towers-online? Much better. At least they stand on facts and then interpret them as they like.
The paoweb site? Our Galactic Brotherhood sure have a lot of merchandise for sale. $11 for 'sirian mothership control display' buttons
aliens are in our skies, there's two things I can think of. They've made contact and requested silence or they haven't and they'll make
contact when it suits them. Either way, giving money to guys that charge for merchandise, books, DVDs and 'facilitating' contact is a baaaad move.
Have a listen to this interview...if it doesn't impress...I'll be