> > Egyptologists are wrong BECAUSE they have
> > their own beliefs and prejudices onto these
> > people. They are wrong because it never even
> > occurred to them that the ancient people had no
> > beliefs at all.
> Can't you see that you have done exactly the same
You are continuing to miss the point.
I have said many times everybody is engaging in a self fullfilling prophesy and I am no different at all.
However in practice there is a very basic difference between me and Egyptology which sees ancient people only in terms of Egyptologists. Egyptologists are superstitious therefore they believe ancient people were superstitious. Egyptologists knew the authors of the book of the dead wee superstitious so it follows the authors of the PT mustta been superstitious.
I knew when I started that we all assume the conclusion so I started with no preconceptions at all. I didn't assume these people were like me.
But I have discovered in life that all people always make perfect sense in terms of their premises. If you believe boogeymen are dangerous then it follows you don't want boogeymen in the house.
I simply tried to solve the PT with the assumption it made perfect sense. I expected to bog down and lose the thread in having terms with dozens of meanings but this isn't what happened. What happened was I discovered that it actually did make sense. When referents are solved in context a meaning emerges that has nothing to do with ancient people being superstitious. A meaning emerges that aids in reverse engineering a pyramid and that makes accurate predictions about what will be found next. By now they've probably found the stones at the back of the grand gallery that seal off the mn-canal. This was critical infrastructure that conveyed water from the upper eye of horus in the mehet weret cow to the Lake of the Jackal. These weren't superstitious beliefs but concrete real world structures that allowed the instrument of ascension to build itself. Egytologists might have known this back in the 1880's except Egyptologists assumed that the PT was superstitious gobbledty gook so this is exactly what they found. They have been parsing these ramblings of stinky footed bumpkins for so long now that they are married to their assumptions.
In their defense I seriously doubt anyone could have solved this without search engines. The logic is too complex and the depth of knowledge needed too deep for anyone to solve it without the proper tools and a computer is required equipment.
If I'm wrong then it's merely further proof of the power of beliefs. But beliefs can't predict the future or explain reality in the present so odds are pretty good I'm essentially correct.
Where do you think the vaterite comes from? What other thory can explain unstable calcium carbonate in the walls of the queens chamber? It's pretty difficult for me to imagine any source other than the mehet wehet cow and as everyone will agree, I have quite an imagination. How is it possible for a theory to be continually supported by new evidence if that theory is wrong?
Of course I found what I expected but my expectations were only that the builders were sane and not some form of sun addled bumpkin. I found they were not only sane but an entirely different species withou beliefs or superstitions. They were homo sapiens, we are homo omnisciencis and the fact that words like "believe" are unattested from the great pyramid building age are indicative of this difference.
> Therefore everything that they can explain must be
EVERY SINGLE ONE of their explanations dependent on the assumptions that the great pyramids are tombs dragged up ramps by changeless and superstitious people is wrong. All their other knowledge is likely correct or mostly correct.