these activities are a breathtaking arrogence!
Definitions of arrogance:
noun: overbearing pride evidenced by a superior manner toward inferiors
LEHNER: Wow, do you want the real answer or the abridged version? I first went to Egypt in 1972 as a tourist. And then I went back in 1973, the following year as a year abroad student at the American University in Cairo. And it's no secret that when I went I myself was imbued with the ideas of lost civilizations and inspired by a man named Edgar Cayce. So I was in fact, myself, looking for the lost civilization and something called the Hall of Records.
Or at least those ideas were on my mind. To make a long story short, those ideas didn't stand up against bedrock reality. And so then I was still fascinated by these pyramids and the Sphinx. Then I asked the question, well, what is the real story? What is the story that the site itself has to tell. And so that's what sustained me and kept me out there in a kind of exploratory mode.
Originally posted by Snowi
Originally posted by arbiture
reply to post by Snowi
(Did you have to say "village people")? Anyway,
Not my words...i cited the webpage.
We wish to reiterate : The original video is not Hollywood quality, (which is not surprising in the circumstances,) but it is untamperered [sic] and unedited...
The clip was presented in its edited form specifically following multiple urgent requests to do so in order to prevent the film maker from being murdered.
Originally posted by DarkStar86
They're just moving some artifacts to more secure locations before "the event" takes place. Just like the vatican archives, the seedbank, the library in london.
Originally posted by g146541
I believe they are giving the sphinx a facelift to better resemble Obama!
No but really vague accusations, looped audio and bad ...err terribad video?
Move along, nothing to see here.