> I can’t do that, for the simplest of reasons: no
> such idea is there.
All I can say is that some of us don't believe that religious people who believed in magic and built pyramid/ tombs for their kings who never died ever even existed.
> And I’m still not seeing that picture. Making
> clear what you are proposing is not my job.
I don't want to derail the thread but briefly it appears they pulled every stone straight up the side of a five step pyramid using water filled counterweights. They lifted these stones 81' 3" at a time which is the height of each step as disclosed by the gravimetric scan. There was 79'+ above the top step and this top was put on very similarly to the way they did everything else. Rather than pull it up the step side they pulled them right up the side of the 79' pyramid they were building on top. The rope extended from the stones to be lifted across the top and all the way down to the counterweight sitting on the first step at 81' 3" altitude. They counterbalanced about 9 ton loads with just a little bit less water so that men on the top of the 5th step could pull on a rope attached to the system could provide the slightly additional lifting to place the last few stones. These men assisted on fewer than about .08% of the total stones in the pyramid. Of course there were other tricky stones as well such as the cladding stones on the corners and between the claddoing of each step.
But the stones were lifted by sekhmet which was merely an expression of the transformation of potential energy into kinetic energy. This exact same expression was context specific and could be viewed from any number of different vantages. For instance it was osiris in his name of seker who towed the earth by means of balance or the arms of tefnut which made the earth high under the sky. The ancient language could take any perspective to describe something which modern language can not. And then to make it even more alien it didn't truly describe something but merely led you to understand what was being said. We don't understand it even though they said the same thing in a million different ways because we don't think like they did. Maat lifted the stones. The harmonious goddesses (isis and nephthys) lifted the stones as one went up and the other went down the same amount. They said they used counterweights in a thousand different ways and we don't understand any of them. We don't understand because we think they were just like us.