posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 06:02 PM
I had my meeting today with my elderly Greek friend. He looked over my printout, and admitted he couldn't read it. He went on to state that that
letters have changed over time, as well as the pronunciations. He then asked where I got the inscriptions from, and I explained that they were carved
into a stone bowl, basic details, and he proceeded to explain that the pronunciation was just as important as the symbol itself. He perked up when I
told him it was carved in a stone bowl.
He asked if I needed my papers back, and I said, no, they were just copies. He replied by saying he had a friend who maybe able to help, and wanted
to show him the inscriptions as well.
He also said it may take a few days, as his friend wasn't home at the time.
Greeks are very secretive, a very tight knit community, and I thanked him for his time.
Hopefully we'll hear back before it's deciphered.
I personally still have more research myself, but now there's a copy of the inscriptions floating around the local Greek community as well.