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- n. Alternative spelling of Egyptologist.
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We see the First Mate of the exploration arguing with a local sheriff and the local coroner, who inform the egyptologists (who btw are in Southern California, they SAY this, for some reason there's a temple tomb underground in California) that because there were dead bodies they'll have to stop the excavation and seal it back up.
Recently the head of the church, who bears the title of "Prophet, Seer and Revelator", was persuaded to permit an examination of one of its secret plates, the "Book of Abraham", by egyptologists, who found that it was ordinary Egyptian hieroglyphics, not "reformed", but containing prayers to the sun-god.
Most egyptologists now believe that the large structures like the pyramids were built by conscription labor combined with paid volunteer labor similar to the way our military operated under the draft.
Eminent egyptologists have read the papyrus not knowing it was suppose to be the BOA and all have concluded they were nothing other pagan funerary text, (The of The Breathings and Book of The Dead).
I'm guessing that "they" refers to the egyptologists, and the reason they don't agree on the contents is because they have long since disintegrated.
Dr Hawass, who will meet egyptologists in London, has been encouraged in his campaign by his success in securing the return of five ancient fresco fragments from the Louvre in Paris.
Revelator ", was persuaded to permit an examination of one of its secret plates, the" Book of Abraham ", by egyptologists, who found that it was ordinary Egyptian hieroglyphics, not" reformed ", but containing prayers to the sun-god.