Ancient Egypt: Misconceptions About t...

Ancient Egypt: Misconceptions About the Pyramids

There are 2 comments on the Daily Kos story from Sep 29, 2013, titled Ancient Egypt: Misconceptions About the Pyramids. In it, Daily Kos reports that:

The pyramids are the most distinctive and best-known feature of ancient Egypt. The pyramids are the symbols of ancient Egyptian civilization and reflect the great power of the Egyptian kings, known today as pharaohs.

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Frank Tipwilly

Old Lyme, CT

#1 Sep 29, 2013
OK. I get it. This writer is trying to tell us that Edgar Cayce did NOT build the Pyramids as a navigational aid to extraterrestrials. This is the thing about the Interweb: People can post anything they want and some people will believe it! So you can blah blah blah Hebrew slaves all you want, but it would take something intergalactic to move those stones, and you know it! Sheesh.
Gor the Aldebrainian

Mountain View, CA

#2 Sep 29, 2013
It's just a little quibble but nevertheless .... The article says "the Egyptian kings, known today as pharaohs." You could say " the Pharaohs, known today as the Egyptian kings." Actually the pharaohs and their relations were known, at the time, as "treadle heads" or "nobble ears" or "salami foot" or "divine (as if) hermaphrodingus" because of the astonishing number of congenital genetic abnormalities each generation of any royal family displayed. Can you imagine "Her labia sweep the floor" or "Amenhotep Several Different Winged Anuses"? How these freaks persuaded my galactic forebears and Edgar Cayce to build the "pyramids" is quite beyond me. The great joke out here in space of course is that the pyramids' signal is supposed to say "Full Stop" but actually says "Fines Trebled" when in fact they are quadrupled!!!

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