Saturday, August 1, 2009

HYK-Tracing-artifacts-by-likeness

HYK-Tracing-artifacts-by-likeness

ONLY in the case of major pharaohs are there multiple images that look similar. When the general population created art or objects they were an array of configurations.

In the time the ancient Egyptians hung out, the industrial revolution did not exist.

They did not use molds to reproduce very close copies of things they made.

The world takes this image to be the face of Nefertiti, but they neglect to consider that this piece was not found protected in a tomb, but it was buried in the earth and exposed to the elements for centuries.. and then the German Egyptologist "restored it".

 

Is this brown Nefertiti the same woman as the German Nefertiti?

Henry Ford did not yet promote the assembly line. People did not make standardized products.

There was not any TV's, manuals on how to produce products. The general population all had their own method of creating things.

The same person would not make identical copies of their own products.

Hand made products differed from one to another.

Nefertiti is one of the most famous figures in history and yet the Egyptians who lived centuries BC could not come up with a similar image?

I have collected dozens of statues or paintings that are supposed to be Nefertiti and NONE of them are similar. In the very same location there are multiple images of Nefertiti and they look nothing like each other.

"Egyptologist/experts" would have you believe because products are found that have similar designs, that means were made by the same population? Ok, so when objects of similar design are found in Egypt and Canaan, that means populations of Egyptians migrated to Canaan and brought their technology? Oh, I see, with out any evidence, they make up their own chain of events to fit their story?

Here we have a geometric design of Native Americans from the early 1900s and because we see this design later in the German symbol, that must mean the Native Americans migrated to Germany and the Nazis adopted the symbol as their swastika?

With endless millions of people, geometric patterns will be repeated with out end, by people who never saw the designs in the first place.

As for Egyptians migrating to Egypt and taking their technology, of course there were Egyptians who migrated to other lands outside of Egypt.

The "swastika" was also found in Asia according to PBS.  (Also on another documentary the Vikings used the same geometric design.

ONLY if that particular design/product existed in one area and NOT in another, would it be probable one population produced it and other did not... but when both land areas have similar designs / products, it would be a flip of the coin.

Art / products that are subject to the creative imagination of the maker will end in a vast array of different and similar designs. No ancient product can be identified by it's geometric design, UNLESS that design exists no where else.

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