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Khufu Communications

Have I changed your mind regarding the Great Pyramids purpose?  

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  1. 1. Was the Great Pyramid a communications device?



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drakonwick
2 minutes ago, Piney said:

Hans's bionic Bigfoot in Mt. Shasta to help them move rocks. 

Seems more legitimate than aliens from 500 light years away using telekinesis.

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Hanslune
22 minutes ago, Piney said:

Hans's bionic Bigfoot in Mt. Shasta to help them move rocks. 

No, no the Galactic stock market - the AE made a killing on limestone futures among the Rim civilizations. They made so much 'money' they bought Ceres to make it into a second moon but it malfunctioned and wandered away.

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Harte
11 hours ago, Piney said:

All you Aussies sound like Yam Yams (Black Country folk) to me. I guess that's your "Bad English". :unsure2:

The answer is 1-900-PORN. :o

"When you call at 1-900-PORN

We'll relieve all the burdens you've borne.

With us you can rut

And you'll get your Nut

We warrant that you'll blow your horn."

Harte

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Tom1200
On 2/8/2020 at 9:50 PM, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

I’ve not enjoyed Who as much as I have in a long time these last three seasons...

I think we might be watching completely different programmes?  As I said - each to his/her/their (let's not forget the Sam Smiths out there) / feckoffyerfeckinfeckers (ditto, Irish) own.

I'm pleased that, for a while at least, we diverted a pointless discussion about the Great Pyramid as a huge pizza microwave oven (I think?), to four misfits travelling through space and time in a 1960s Police Box - something altogether more plausible.

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Windowpane
1 hour ago, Tom1200 said:

... the Great Pyramid as a huge pizza microwave oven  ...

Is there any evidence of Khufu liking pizzas?  If so, what would his favourite pizza toppings have been?

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Hanslune
1 hour ago, Windowpane said:

Is there any evidence of Khufu liking pizzas?  If so, what would his favourite pizza toppings have been?

He liked pizza.

Thin lumpy crust, a tad dry, sparse spreading of tomato sauce (obtained in trade from the Americas) cheese (don't ask from what) a touch of duck, onion and a sprinkling of sand. Called the Libyan in some quarters

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Gaden
2 hours ago, Hanslune said:

He liked pizza.

Thin lumpy crust, a tad dry, sparse spreading of tomato sauce (obtained in trade from the Americas) cheese (don't ask from what) a touch of duck, onion and a sprinkling of sand. Called the Libyan in some quarters

 Ummm, no, from that description, he did not like pizza. 

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Sir Wearer of Hats
3 hours ago, Hanslune said:

He liked pizza.

Thin lumpy crust, a tad dry, sparse spreading of tomato sauce (obtained in trade from the Americas) cheese (don't ask from what) a touch of duck, onion and a sprinkling of sand. Called the Libyan in some quarters

Is there a particular recommendation of sand? 

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Harte

"Try Khufu's delectable sand!

The finest in all of the land!

Use it on your lunch

Or your afternoon brunch.

You never have eaten so grand!"

Harte

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Golden Duck
On 2/9/2020 at 9:56 AM, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

What was that, little miss “Atlantis was real”, about trusting the science and tests?

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Tom O'Neil

Amazing site for the Pyramids of Egypt:

 

I'll have 3.14 Pie Piece, of CostCo Pizza! Can anyone calculate my caloric intake if it was a combo?  How much energy would that provide me if you understood my average metabolic rate and when would I become feint which should signal another meal?

 

 

 

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Sir Wearer of Hats
25 minutes ago, Harte said:

"Try Khufu's delectable sand!

The finest in all of the land!

Use it on your lunch

Or your afternoon brunch.

You never have eaten so grand!"

Harte

One thing I cannot abide,

this secret I must confide,

this latest fad of Lymericks that rhyme,

have lived out this short space of time.

Ere thry continue, Harte’s posts I will a-hide.

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Piney
7 hours ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

Ere thry continue, Harte’s posts I will a-hide.

OK, it's you, Hans and I....Any others???.....anybody?????.....We need a consensus!!!!.......NOW!!!! :o

7 hours ago, Tom O'Neil said:

 CostCo Pizza!

BLECCCHHHH!!!.............that's worse than Harte's poetry.....:unsure2:

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Windowpane
5 hours ago, Tom1200 said:

...

5)  The Ancient Egyptish invented lager.  Lager goes really well with pizza.

...

That explains "Beer" (no. 27; 171-2 [PDF 4]) and “Drinking Beer in a Blissful Mood”  (no. 31).

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until such time as you uncover a papyrus that specifically states Khufu banned pizzas after once choking on a particularly tough pepperoni slice

Well: you couldn't have read though this very carefully, that's all I can say.

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jmccr8
9 hours ago, Windowpane said:

That explains "Beer" (no. 27; 171-2 [PDF 4]) and “Drinking Beer in a Blissful Mood”  (no. 31).

Well: you couldn't have read though this very carefully, that's all I can say.

Hi Windowpane

I don't know it looks like it has been heavily edited by nefarious government agencies to conceal the truth.

4x3_papyrus.jpg?itok=J6-BhIqV

jmccr8

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drakonwick
15 hours ago, Tom1200 said:

Sorry Window - we come up with the crackpot theories: it's up to you to disprove them.  So until such time as you uncover a papyrus that specifically states Khufu banned pizzas after once choking on a particularly tough pepperoni slice, I'll develop my aimless gibberish into an irrefutable, all-consuming passion.  Just like those noble authorities on all things Egyptoid - Graham Handcock, David Pratt, Robbie Bauval, et al.

Evidence that the Great Pyramid was a pizza parlour:

1)  Pretty bloody obvious, really:  1340308820_Pizzapyramid.thumb.jpg.91c68e2f63e3929f4798d570393b5da8.jpg

 

2)  Other people have mentioned the word piezoelectric.  Is it just coincidence that this starts sounding a bit like pizza?  I don't think so!

3)  Every day the GP traces a small circle in space.  Every year it traces a much bigger one.  The big circle represents the pizza.  The small circles are the toppings.  QED.

4)  You need TEETH to eat pizza.  Egyptical mummies show evidence of TEETH.

5)  The Ancient Egyptish invented lager.  Lager goes really well with pizza.

6)  The Egypticons also imported tomatoes from their colonies in America or Mars.  Raw tomatoes are deadly poison, and have no other use except to make pizza sauce.

7)  The Phaistos Disc is clearly a pizza menu, complete with a list of ingredients and allergy advice.  On the reverse it reads:

  • From the East, somewhere way over there,
  • Will come death that is spread through the air.
  • People coughing and crying
  • So to save you from dying
  • Eat pizza! – it’s better than prayer.

To me! This is honestly the best theory yet. lol

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Sir Wearer of Hats
On 2/11/2020 at 7:17 AM, Tom1200 said:

I think we might be watching completely different programmes?  As I said - each to his/her/their (let's not forget the Sam Smiths out there) / feckoffyerfeckinfeckers (ditto, Irish) own.

I'm pleased that, for a while at least, we diverted a pointless discussion about the Great Pyramid as a huge pizza microwave oven (I think?), to four misfits travelling through space and time in a 1960s Police Box - something altogether more plausible.

The Daleks killed quite a few of the pyramid workers, and they inturn crippled at least one Dalek, I wonder what happened to it? (c.f. Daleks’ Masterplan episodes 9 and 10).

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Kenemet
On 2/10/2020 at 10:12 PM, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

One thing I cannot abide,

this secret I must confide,

this latest fad of Lymericks that rhyme,

have lived out this short space of time.

Ere thry continue, Harte’s posts I will a-hide.

You can sing that to a number of Gilbert and Sullivan songs.  "My object oh sublime..."

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Trelane

I do recall this fella had some connection to pyramids.

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Sir Wearer of Hats
1 hour ago, Trelane said:

I do recall this fella had some connection to pyramids.

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Nope, only a blind mastaba outside Saqqara.

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Oniomancer
On 2/10/2020 at 11:12 PM, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

One thing I cannot abide,

this secret I must confide,

this latest fad of Lymericks that rhyme,

have lived out this short space of time.

Ere thry continue, Harte’s posts I will a-hide.

Was saving this for just such a post:


the rhyme schemes of this sorry lot
are the sort a coyote would plot
and mostly like whom
fall down and go boom
for the Acme of poems they are not

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Oniomancer

The AE's went to old El Dorado

In search of the lowly tomato

why go there at all

when they could've just called?

the GP was incommunicado.

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jaylemurph
12 hours ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

Nope, only a blind mastaba outside Saqqara.

Pretty sure that magic hand had a temple somewhere...
 

—Jaylemurph 

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Sir Wearer of Hats
6 minutes ago, jaylemurph said:

Pretty sure that magic hand had a temple somewhere...
 

—Jaylemurph 

From the novelisation:

In a hidden valley, shimmering in the blazing heat of the Egyptian sun. two men stood gazing at the squat black shape of a Pyramid. One was an Egyptian in tattered, striped robes and red fez. The other was tall and thin, with a keen, scholarly face. Despite the heat, he wore a white tropical suit, with stiff collar and public school tie. The year was 1911, and Englishmen abroad were expected to maintain certain standards.
The Englishman was Professor Marcus Scarman and he was a dedicated Egyptologist. At this moment, his eyes were blazing with controlled excitement as he gazed on the greatest discovery of his career. A secret Pyramid of unfamiliar design, tucked away in a valley still unvisited by other Egyptologists. Here was a find to make him the envy of all his rivals. Rumours of the existence of a hidden Black Pyramid, centre of some secret native cult, had long been circulating in achaeological circles.
 

 

seems we’re both right, hidden black pyramid* centre of a cult. 
 

 

 

 

 

*although I’m sure the word used on screen is “mustaba”.

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