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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 04:44:25 PM
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So, the script wasn't developed until Oct 2009?  Or maybe that is when it was completed.

IDK....Im still trying to figure it out...
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 04:46:10 PM
Just saw this post over there:

Thats right but in 1999 Michael was reported through a reliable source to want to make King Tut through Columbia who released This Is It.

In 2007 Michael still wanted to make King Tut.

Now King Tut is being released in 2012. Also the movie 2012 and the Jackson connection and now Cirque saying 2012 for LV residency.
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 04:48:00 PM
Quote from: "THE JACKSONOLOGIST"
Just saw this post over there:

Thats right but in 1999 Michael was reported through a reliable source to want to make King Tut through Columbia who released This Is It.

In 2007 Michael still wanted to make King Tut.

Now King Tut is being released in 2012. Also the movie 2012 and the Jackson connection and now Cirque saying 2012 for LV residency.

Sounds like they are planning for it to all come out at once!
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 04:51:26 PM
now i see why i failed so badly at school.....!!!!! i am thick ........cant  grasp stuff....lol...just have to wait till you can explain it to me.......meanwhile i will go back in my cage and eat my banana.........xxxx
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:20:42 PM
Well, I quess this story could be used as a cryptic message in some circles close to Michael in describing the hoax scenario.... They were talking about the film about King Tut but they meant King Jackson... you know what I mean.... *wink wink*  :D
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:21:07 PM
At least October 2009 there was SOME kind of development in the project.
Actually,it should not be to difficult to get some information on that project,phonenrs. and addresses are mentioned.
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:23:26 PM
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now i see why i failed so badly at school.....!!!!! i am thick ........cant  grasp stuff....lol...just have to wait till you can explain it to me.......meanwhile i will go back in my cage and eat my banana.........xxxx
Its not just only you.. Someone should make a summary or something.. its going too fast for me! :roll:
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:26:22 PM
I watched TMZ live today.  It was interesting Mike was doing the show before Harvey arrived.  When he bringing Harvey up to speed and mentioned MJ, Harvey said "What did Michael Jackson do?"  Then they go on to talk about the cirque de soile.  I will try to put it up when it is available unless someone else does.  They didn't answer my questions about Neverland.  I will try to keep searching.
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:27:31 PM
So this was filed prior to 6/25/09.  Is this the person who's lawsuit was totally dismissed?  If she did ALL OF THAT, why is she not getting paid?  Why was she denied ANYTHING when she went to court?   Looks like she certainly earned something :? To get nothing is like UNBELIEVABLE.
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:32:58 PM
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now i see why i failed so badly at school.....!!!!! i am thick ........cant  grasp stuff....lol...just have to wait till you can explain it to me.......meanwhile i will go back in my cage and eat my banana.........xxxx
Its not just only you.. Someone should make a summary or something.. its going too fast for me! :roll:

It is a lot to try to explain and I really don't know how to start.  The link to the other forum is in the first post of this thread.  There is a lot of information there on that forum.  Basically it is saying MJ signed a contract in 2007 to turn Neverland into an Entertainment Park.  But there is other information that he was very interested in playing King Tut in the movie, in fact he was slated to do so.  There are a lot of similarities between King Tut and MJ that the other forum goes into detail about.  A couple of the posts have been copied and pasted here.  There are at least 12 pages of post on the other forum so it is too much to transfer but it is very interesting!  Please check it out.  It will bring you up to speed.
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:34:06 PM
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So this was filed prior to 6/25/09.  Is this the person who's lawsuit was totally dismissed?  If she did ALL OF THAT, why is she not getting paid?  Why was she denied ANYTHING when she went to court?   Looks like she certainly earned something :? To get nothing is like UNBELIEVABLE.

I read this morning even though the executors denied her claim she still has an active lawsuit so it is not over.
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 05:40:34 PM
Hmm I don't really know what to think of all this. It doesn't sound much convincing to me, but somewhere I found it to be interesting.  :?
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 06:04:21 PM
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Quote from: "THE JACKSONOLOGIST"
Just saw this post over there:

Thats right but in 1999 Michael was reported through a reliable source to want to make King Tut through Columbia who released This Is It.

In 2007 Michael still wanted to make King Tut.

Now King Tut is being released in 2012. Also the movie 2012 and the Jackson connection and now Cirque saying 2012 for LV residency.

Sounds like they are planning for it to all come out at once!

Yep, it's called "BAM!"
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 06:16:06 PM
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now i see why i failed so badly at school.....!!!!! i am thick ........cant  grasp stuff....lol...just have to wait till you can explain it to me.......meanwhile i will go back in my cage and eat my banana.........xxxx

 :lol:  :lol: I'll join you...
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 06:20:57 PM
Interesting it makes me remember of an article from TMZ about a supposed MJ wife who filed a claim. Her name was Nona Paris Lola Ankhesenamum Jackson and when you look for Ankhesenamum it appears that it is the name of one of Tuthankamun wives...

From wiki:

Ankhesenamun was a queen of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt. Born as Ankhesenpaaten, she was the third of six known daughters of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten  and his Great Royal Wife Nefertiti, and became the Great Royal Wife of her (half-)brother Tutankhamun.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ankhesenamun
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 06:21:34 PM
Check this out!  Please read the article on this link.

http://heritage-key.com/blogs/rebecca-t ... ian-statue

[attachment=0:3iy1dbt4]mj tut.jpg[/attachment:3iy1dbt4]
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 08:25:30 PM
Ok, HOLY CRAP!!!!!!  This is all kinda starting to come to me.  
Gold Coffin=King Tut (MJ)
Coroner unwrapping his body (Body preparation for King Tut)
Statue of a Pharohoa (Resembling MJ)
70 days for preparation  June 25 to September 3rd

What else do we have here guys?
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 09:12:28 PM
This is sooooo interesting :shock:
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 09:31:51 PM
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Ok, HOLY CRAP!!!!!!  This is all kinda starting to come to me.  
Gold Coffin=King Tut (MJ)
Coroner unwrapping his body (Body preparation for King Tut)
Statue of a Pharohoa (Resembling MJ)
70 days for preparation  June 25 to September 3rd


What else do we have here guys?

Boy King?
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 09:38:51 PM
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Omg I just had a messed up thought.

what if................MJ got the role of King Tut and is playing the role in real life....god how do I explain this? I cant explain it...do you guys know what I mean?

I guess Mike is
a helluva method actor.
He's got so much going on!!!!
Making me look crossed eyed :lol:

He's ALWAYS looked out side the box
Soooo all of this REAL TO LIFE stuff makes sense to that degree.
He's always been his only competition.
But this level of things...
(IDK what words should follow!)

All I know is... I can't for us to be able to tell the world --->>> "TOLD 'CHA!!!" :D
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 09:57:29 PM
King Tuts death remains a mystery and still is discussed today.  Murder or not murder, that is the question!



It all stacked up. It was all circumstantial evidence as such, but frequently that is all that investigators of ancient mysteries have to go on. And yet, the most recent findings on the death of King Tut (Tutankhamun) seem to conclusively indicate that he died of natural causes, rather than being murdered. Specifically, the latest report is that he died of gangrene caused by a broken leg.

There was more than a little reason to believe that King Tut may have been murdered. The two principal suspects, Aye who succeeded him as king, and General Horemhab who in turn succeeded Aye to the throne, both appear to have been powerful men who, in effect, ruled Egypt while King Tut was a child. It would not be unreasonable at all to believe that, as King Tut grew into a young man, the two elder men would have resented losing much of their power. Furthermore, at the time of his death, King Tut was certainly old enough to have sired an heir to the throne himself, which would have at least technically eliminated Aye and Horemhab from ever ascending the throne. It is also noteworthy that the young King Tut was greatly loved in ancient Egypt for restoring the Amun priesthood after the death of his presumed heretic father, Akhenaten. However, this was almost certainly the work of Aye and General Horemhab, who could have even resented Tut receiving all the glory of their work.

Finally, there was the issue of King Tut's widow, Ankhespaton, who was apparently forced to marry Aye after King Tut's death. Only a short time later, she disappeared from the annals of history, leading to speculation that she too might have been murdered.

These circumstances all contribute to an ancient mystery, and much intrigue, a situation that was not completely uncommon in the Egyptian royal court. Attempts had, and would be made to murder pharaohs, a few of which were successful. Usually, these seem to have been plots within the harem with the goal of elevating one wife's son to the throne over another's.

Now we are told, in absolute terms, that King Tut died by natural causes. However, lets take a little closer look.

One of the most interesting aspects of Egyptology is that various scholars very frequently present their interpretation of events as absolute, and particularly in books or releases to the general public, neglect to reveal opposing views. This occurs all the time, frequently with one expert asserting absolutely one conclusion, while another asserting absolutely a completely different conclusion. For example, debates continue to rage over who was actually King Menes, the founder of the 1st ancient Egyptian Dynasty, with some scholars stating unequivocally that it was Aha, with others still believing it to have been Narmer.

In the case of King Tut, one must first remember that his mummy is not in very good condition today. When Carter discovered it, his team basically dismantled the corpse while looking for amulets and other jewelry. Furthermore, many of its parts present at the original examination by Carter are now missing, and both skin and bones were broken in numerous places, supposedly also by the Carter team.

Dr. Zahi Hawass, the Director of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA), makes some interesting comments about the most recent findings on King Tut. Though he seems to mostly be in agreement with these findings, he states, for example, that, "...some (not all) team members interpreted a fracture in the left thighbone as evidence for the possibility that Tutankhamun broke his leg badly just before he died".

He goes on to explain that:

"The team has noted a fracture of the left lower femur (thighbone), at the level of the epiphyseal plate. This fracture appears different from the many breaks caused by Carter's team: it has ragged rather than sharp edges, and there are two layers of embalming material present inside. Part of the team believes that the embalming material indicates that this can only have occurred during life or during the embalming process, and cannot have been caused by Carter's team. They note that this type of fracture, unlike most of the others, is possible in young men in their late teens, and argue that it is most likely that this happened during life. There is no obvious evidence for healing (although there may be some present, and masked by the embalming material). Since the associated skin wound would still have been open, this fracture would have had to occur a short time, days at the most, before death. Carter's team had noted that the patella (kneecap) on this leg was loose (now it is completely separated, and has in fact, been wrapped with the left hand), possibly suggesting further damage to this area of the body. The part of the team that subscribes to this theory also notes a fracture of the right patella and right lower leg. Based on this evidence, they suggest the king may have suffered an accident in which he broke his leg badly, leaving an open wound. Although the break itself would not have been life-threatening, infection might have set in. However, this part of the team believes it also possible, although less likely, that this fracture was caused by the embalmers".

"Part of the team believes that the above scenario is absolutely not possible. They maintain that the fracture mentioned above can only have been done by Carter's team during extraction of the body from the coffin. They argue that if such a fracture had been suffered in life, there would have been evidence for hemorrhage or hematoma present in the CT scan. They believe the embalming liquid was pushed into the fracture by Carter's team".

However, one of the main reasons that murder has ragged on as a possible cause of King Tut's death is because of a fracture to the back of his head. Revealed in an X-ray of his mummy made by the University of Liverpool, a trauma specialist at Long Island University in the US theorized that the blow was not caused by an accident. However, according to Dr. Hawass,

"The entire team agrees that there is NO evidence for murder present in the skull of Tutankhamun. There is NO area on the back of the skull that indicates a partially healed blow. There are two bone fragments loose in the skull. These cannot possibly have been from an injury from before death, as they would have become stuck in the embalming material. The scientific team has matched these pieces to the fractured cervical vertebra and foramen magnum, and believes these were broken either during the embalming process or by Carter's team".

So, while some recent news coverage seems to indicate that all of the questions surrounding Tutankhamun's death have now been answered, at least for some scholars, they have not. Perhaps, once all the results of the recent CAT scan have been released, everyone may be in agreement, but there still seems to be some question, at least according to Dr. Hawass, that at least some of the team that examined the CAT scans disagree with the absolute finding that gangrene caused by a broken leg caused King Tut's death.

Therefore, we know that he wasn't murdered.


Sounds familiar to me...

also.. remember MJs spider bite on his leg?  It just reminds me of that....   :?
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 09:58:16 PM
Someone on the other forum said there may be a clue in the "Remember the Time" video.  I have not checked it out yet.
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 10:23:02 PM
OH MY GOD GUYS...  REMEMBER THIS FROM THE BASHIT INTERVIEW??

 MICHAEL BUYS A REPLICA OF TUTANKAMUNS GOLD SARCAPHACUS...   AND SAYS HE WANTS TO LIVE FOREVER!!!!!!!!!


[youtube:3vut4416]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HhLI2QsuB0&feature=player_embedded#![/youtube:3vut4416]
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 10:26:47 PM
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OH MY GOD GUYS...  REMEMBER THIS FROM THE BASHIT INTERVIEW??

 MICHAEL BUYS A REPLICA OF TUTANKAMUNS GOLD SARCAPHACUS...   AND SAYS HE WANTS TO LIVE FOREVER!!!!!!!!!


[youtube:18mw6xgv]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HhLI2QsuB0&feature=player_embedded#![/youtube:18mw6xgv]

This is really interesting!
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Re: I think you need to see this....

  • on: April 21, 2010, 10:34:11 PM
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OH MY GOD GUYS...  REMEMBER THIS FROM THE BASHIT INTERVIEW??

 MICHAEL BUYS A REPLICA OF TUTANKAMUNS GOLD SARCAPHACUS...   AND SAYS HE WANTS TO LIVE FOREVER!!!!!!!!!


[youtube:20geiume]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HhLI2QsuB0&feature=player_embedded#![/youtube:20geiume]

This is really interesting!
May I just ask what the point of all these Tut links is? What does it mean hoax-wise?
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