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"The first big story in this event is that the hieroglyphic-type markings are yet to be understood. It does seem quite odd that these markings were found in a pyramid that the Egyptologists claim was built by Pharaoh Khufu (an Egyptian), and they can read the hieroglyphs found from his time. Yet, they cannot yet decode these hieroglyphs from inside the very pyramid they say he built. These are symbols that do not apparently fit with the system of writing known to Egyptologists as hieroglyphics. This would seem to raise the possibility that while these markings are a language, they are not Egyptian."
"When you line up the discoveries and events, a very interesting picture begins to emerge.
tomb of Osiris found
sarcophagus of Osiris opened but no concurrent photos of what is inside
Dr. Hawass says the sarcophagus was empty
military called in to secure the site
Order is given to build a wall around the pyramid complex
NASA satellite called upon to do high-tech scan of the site
17 additional pyramids located in satellite scan
hieroglyphic-type markings found in pyramid that hieroglyph experts can't read yet
Certainly, this line-up of events gives the appearance that something big--very big--has been discovered at the Giza Plateau. Not only is it something big, it is something of military importance. Not only is it of military importance, it is very secret. "
"The line-up of events listed above is not theoretical, nor speculative. Those are genuine events. Yet, the internet is filled with speculation about what has been discovered. One theory being touted is that they have found a stargate. Maybe. Maybe not. Critics of the UFO community tend to ridicule all the speculation. But, when all the facts are not on the table then all speculation is valid. In fact, it is inevitable."
Originally posted by 2012srb
reply to post by jude11
So I guess the next country the US will invade is Egypt.
Hell, we're already in Libya.
Originally posted by AnIntellectualRedneck
reply to post by NeoAstra
I know what you mean. I actually scoured the web when I was younger, desperately searching for a college that offered an Egyptology major. As far as I saw, one does not exist within the U.S.
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Originally posted by OMsk3ptic
I wouldn't get too excited, if it is something important, you can bet we'll never be told about it.