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Originally posted by friendlyprogrammer
Yes; I knew I would get a response from someone too lazy to watch a 5 minute video.
The Egyptians did know some stuff we did not. I am not arguing for astrology existence but it is based on egyptian/sumerian cultures.
These people knew how many planets we had and that the world was round a long time before we figured it out, and accurately describe planets that we didnt know existed until this century.
The Sumerians claimed to be more advanced than us in that they claimed to have "gods" among them who were from space.
The english word "Thought" comes from Egypts "Thoth".
O.E. þoht, geþoht, from stem of þencan "to conceive of in the mind, consider" (see think).
Even Isaac Newton spent most of his time studying alchemy.
The english word "gibberish" can be traced back to the cryptic notes left by the alchemist Geber.
It is quite evident that science is not able to understand how the pyramids got there in the first place. The debate rages on. As far as I am concerned, anything we can see in what is left behind is a reasonable theory as none are proved correct or false.
Stuff from back rooms that are too boring to display...
charges include sitting on the king’s sarcophagus when the king was in it, drinking and urinating. He also stole a model of a gilded goose from the tomb of Henutmire who was a wife of Ramesses II and daughter of Seti I. The goose was found in his house, and it may have been with this crime that Paneb went too far. How far are all these charges reliable? Some of them are not uncommon, but Paneb may have overdone things with the number and variety of his misdeeds. The alleged bribery of the vizier may in fact have been a gift, which Paneb gave in thanks after the event.