LETTER TO EGYPTOLOGISTS
Illustrious Egyptologists: Greetings!
A thousand pardons for intruding unannounced, but were it not for an extremely important matter concerning all of us, I would have never done it this way, i.e., informally to hundreds of scholars, and in the open to hundreds of thousands of people around the world.
If you've read "The Truth...," you'd know that I am under oath to only speak and write the truth about the Mansoor Amarna Collection. Furthermore, my opinion and comments are sincere and honest, and are based on the scientific facts and evidence obtained on the Mansoor Amarnas as well as on the Exhibits I possess. They are also based on the articles written on the Collection, for and against, and of course on logic and plain common sense.
Let me first emphasize that I do have the highest respect for Egyptologists, and in this writing as in any previous one, I am definitely not generalizing in any way when I show disrespect to a few. Just how can I respect these when they vandalize my property and try to destroy it? And particularly when they don't show an iota of consideration for relics of cultural heritage? And when they are, perhaps, covering up for colleagues?
Although I am fully aware from articles I read as well as from Profs. Grenier's and Wildung's irresponsible acts and pompous statements, that many, indeed too many Egyptologists do not believe in the authenticity of the Collection, I still will show respect to most of these "many" as I know that they've been misled, and/or mesmerized by some authoritarian or some glib talker. But please, I'd like to add, with all respect, that if any of these "many" still thinks too loud and convincingly that the Mansoor Collection is not ancient, and this from photographs only and with no consideration of the "impressive scientific evidence favoring authenticity, "then I'll also think too loud of that "any" as a charlatan. I do respect the opinion of scholars, but not that of charlatans. I cannot help it. This charade has got to stop, and for the few who think arrogantly of themselves as infallible art historians or connoisseurs, they should read the scientific reports, examine the Collection, and think twice before pronouncing again absurdities.