Egyptian archaeologist admit pyramids contain UFO technology

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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 8:18 pm » by Allreadydead


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This vid gives a 'flavour' of the great pyramid as if you were inside it, exploring - getting back on topic!, and I found it really interesting - enjoy! :)

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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 8:26 pm » by Edgarrothstein


cageyone23 wrote:Just doing a bit of searching and came across some more illustrations, carvings. This one has me wandering why the ancient Egyptians chose to use full frontal for their Hieroglyphs and not for their tomb paintings.
I believe this one is from the tomb of Qar and is 5th dynasty.
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Ah, Der Manuelian...he's a big dog in Giza research.

Well, with hieroglyphs... it is not important to see the movement.

But, the "every-day" Egypt is depicted as it is because it shows people move, work, walk etc.

So, the answer is simple : you can see the movement better if you look at person both from the side and frontal. Look at it as an early attempt of 3D :mrgreen:
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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 8:38 pm » by One-23


Thanks edgarrothstein that does make a lot of sense. A little education is good for the soul
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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 8:41 pm » by Seahawk


cageyone23 wrote:Just doing a bit of searching and came across some more illustrations, carvings. This one has me wandering why the ancient Egyptians chose to use full frontal for their Hieroglyphs and not for their tomb paintings.
I believe this one is from the tomb of Qar and is 5th dynasty.
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Would be interested to know the answer.


Not really familiar with this one, but does anyone else think that it looks a little more Mayan than Egyptian? Interesting stuff.


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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 8:59 pm » by Edgarrothstein


seahawk100 wrote:
cageyone23 wrote:Just doing a bit of searching and came across some more illustrations, carvings. This one has me wandering why the ancient Egyptians chose to use full frontal for their Hieroglyphs and not for their tomb paintings.
I believe this one is from the tomb of Qar and is 5th dynasty.
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Would be interested to know the answer.


Not really familiar with this one, but does anyone else think that it looks a little more Mayan than Egyptian? Interesting stuff.


This glyph became famous between the Giza geeks, because Obama said it looks like him. Ears, to be precise.

It is a "hr" -face- glyph, Image. And it has a couple of meanings which depend of the context. I'm not sure that the picture above is missing some glyphs or not, so i'm not sure of the context in this particular case. There's also a snake glyph, and a hill (slope) glyph as well.
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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 9:42 pm » by Allreadydead


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Off topic slightly - this clears up the previous discussion I think, a picture with better detail about the 'alien' on the tomb wall! - a vase...........with flowers! :alien51:

I think someone mentioned this on this post - hats off to them! :flop:
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PostTue Nov 30, 2010 1:44 am » by Aardvaaks


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Off topic slightly - this clears up the previous discussion I think, a picture with better detail about the 'alien' on the tomb wall! - a vase...........with flowers! :alien51:

I think someone mentioned this on this post - hats off to them! :flop:


Thats a good picture Allreadyd, puts the thing into perspective; another consideration is that a superior person or ?whoever would be larger than the inferior. In Egyptian paintings for example often the king or god would be depicted larger than the subdued enemies or slaves who carried offerings to them. Sometimes the scale is quite stark, so an alien being would be quite elevated in the depiction.

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PostTue Nov 30, 2010 2:00 am » by Smokeydog


Off topic slightly - this clears up the previous discussion I think, a picture with better detail about the 'alien' on the tomb wall! - a vase...........with flowers! :alien51:

I think someone mentioned this on this post - hats off to them! :flop:[/quote]

Thats a good picture Allreadyd, puts the thing into perspective; another consideration is that a superior person or ?whoever would be larger than the inferior. In Egyptian paintings for example often the king or god would be depicted larger than the subdued enemies or slaves who carried offerings to them. Sometimes the scale is quite stark, so an alien being would be quite elevated in the depiction.

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PostTue Nov 30, 2010 2:20 am » by Neilglfc


could he have simply meant (not thinking this could be taken out of context in his mind)the design of the inside.we know experts are baffled by how they were built , maybe inside certain un-viewed parts by the public are even more baffling.and so the conlusion like how they where put together is 'out of this world' simply because compared to are technology we cant achieve this ,also based on the thought that the egyptians couldnt possibly be that clever therefore alien tech

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PostTue Nov 30, 2010 12:31 pm » by Stratosfear


smokeydog wrote:Off topic slightly - this clears up the previous discussion I think, a picture with better detail about the 'alien' on the tomb wall! - a vase...........with flowers! :alien51:

I think someone mentioned this on this post - hats off to them! :flop:


Thats a good picture Allreadyd, puts the thing into perspective; another consideration is that a superior person or ?whoever would be larger than the inferior. In Egyptian paintings for example often the king or god would be depicted larger than the subdued enemies or slaves who carried offerings to them. Sometimes the scale is quite stark, so an alien being would be quite elevated in the depiction.

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