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The following message was posted on Jan.2, 2000 from the great Egyptologist Ritva Kurittu (Finland)
to the Guardian's international Bulletin Board:
By Ritva ( - 220.127.116.11) on Sunday, January 2, 2000 - 03:22 pm:
I don't have enough knowledge of glyphs to start scientifically argue Ossama's case, but he has all my support for his work. As pointed out before me, it cannot have been easy to step forward with a theory that, he knew, would arouse suspicion, fear and even hatred.
We have all seen how easy it is to put down a man's efforts just by saying "it's illogical and doesn't work". Everybody seems to be content with conventional methods. Is it because there is safety in "this has always been and will always be"??
Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could see at least one Egyptologist take the stand and explain to us WHY it doesn't work?? I personally would like to know !!
occasion I, also, would like to congratulate Ossama for his courage and tenacity
for this long and demanding effort. I'm happy Ossama's work gave me the
opportunity to get to know him and proud of being able to call Ossama my friend.
By Ritva ( - 18.104.22.168) on Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - 07:35 am:
Ossama, thank you. Ossama, the problem here is that there are as many "truths" as there are human beings. Some will take a long time to see what they are looking at. Courage !!!