''They don't the acceptance of the pyramids as tombs came well before that pyramid was found''
Amazing how little evidence there actually was before the mainstream followed the doomed tomb view. Gotta luv them for their persistence. Did you find
that shin bone, surely that would a fair percentage of the actual evidence too.
I live in Cambodia and was here when the wise of the west decided that there was a possibility that the pyramids of Angkor were tombs. When the locals
stopped laughing, they pointed out that Asians cremate there dead, but it does not stop the tenacious. They still try to inflict the tomb theory onto
Angkor Wat because it points west as opposed to east. Rising versus setting sun, I am sure you get the symbolism from your study of the mainstream.
Anyhoo the locals allowed the wise of the west to continue to prattle on about the tombs of Angkor for as long as they liked. It made no difference
because it was a cute idea and likely to draw the usual mob of folk who are fascinated by death. Tourist dollars are always welcome, even the morbid
When I showed the academics how the wats actually worked it took the Culture department two days before they threatened to deport me. I wonder why?
Maybe some things are a little different if you have actual ancient working knowledge. That is the sort of thing that is above top secret, not the
mundane ramblings that the orthodoxy has been spouting for years.
''Post up that theory of yours so we know what you point it - please''
I am sure you will just spend your time trying to grapple with the way stiffs fit into the premise. A bit like Scott's ideas. He has picked up on
vital aspect of the ancient ''religious'' centers that has kind of been glossed over. The modern religons point to these places for their origins.
It would hardly suit the spiritual to be associated with the crop processors, cooks and grain distribution of the old world. Its all about the spirit
This is something the principled of the church initiated. The doomed tomb views and the religious mumbo jumbo that the orthodoxy spends
itself mired in is a cover story to support today's faiths, what a laugh hey?.
Scott has taken a lot of flack, but essentially there were crop stores around the main sites. The ziggurats (step pyramids) of the middle east were
famed storage spots. Whilst I appreciate the idea has been extended a little far into the recovery vault, it is more closely linked tot he real
function of the pyramids than the absolutely pointless stiffs in the ground. Well pointless if you don't buy all the mainstream fluff. anything can
be used to hold a corpse, shame the pyramids rarely did.
The Ancient solar Premise is simple enough Hans, Cheops is a little more complicated. You start there, I start with the 1000's of shrines all over
the world that operate on the community scale. The step pyramids worked for a city wide area. They are the remnants of an ancient solar industry, we
have a lot to learn from these people.