posted on Jan, 12 2010 @ 12:01 PM
reply to post by zazzafrazz
Much respect to you Zazz on your doctorate, thats no mean feat! I've been studying Egypt for around 15 years now, maybe i should have a go at it too?
But during that time alot more facts and questions have arisen.
Consider this, if you will:-
The megalomaniac incharge at the time the Egyptians moved into the area of the pyramids that had long been there before they arrived, wanted their
majecticness related to him. Its an ego thing. He put all those people to work building temples around the area of the pyramids and even had the head
of the lion statue changed to his face. In doing all this he made himself look very important.
Now consider the Stella. Probably no more believable than a modern tabloid newspaper. The Pyramids are still standing because they were built by a far
more advanced race of enigineers which is why they havent suffered the same fate as the more poorly constructed temples. The head of the sphinx is
blatently newer than the body, and coupled to the fact its totally out of proportion.
I do respect the fact you've learned so much about Egypt, but to believe the knowledge you've learnt from books that were given to you are the "be
all and end all" about the mysteries of Egypt are a little ignorant.
Have a look and a read about all the new facts about ancient and very ancient Egypt. Maybe you can merge them with the facts you have learnt already
and give us all a much bigger, more intelligently viewed picture then Egyptologists would like to have us believe?
As an engineer myself i'm far more inclined to lean towards the power plant theory. It has more ground than the tomb theory once you have read every
single fact about it, and i really do mean EVERY SINGLE FACT.
Your posts have been interesting . I look forward to reading some more. Thank you.