> Do I? I'm not an Egyptologist Cladking. However I
> do understand how they came to that conclusion -
> you don't.
They "came to that conclusion" because this was what the little tiny imitation pyramids had attached to them. It is part of their assumption that CHANGELESS and stinky footed bumpkins dragged tombs up ramps. These things I maintain don't apply to the great pyramid builders and the structure on the east side was the mason's shop as suggested by the Pyramid Texts.
> ...because you aren't showing us the ruins of the
> 'Knsti-canal' you are pointing to a minor drainage
The ruins are there. They appear in Petrie's writings and they still exist. They are of exactly the correct dimensions to do exactly the job I describe.
> So you claim but guess what you have zero
> creditabilty and no evidence.
And when they finally announce I'm right about the infrared scanning I've screamed for them to do for years you'll still not believe I have any credibility. You don't even know the meaning of the word "metaphysics" so you can't understand the concept that any theory which generates predictions is accurate. Indeed, the definition of "theory" a model that makes accurate predictions but you don't know this either.
You won't understand the references to the Great Saw Palace, knsti-canal, and winding watercourse so I have no incentive to try to explain it to you.
> No Egyptologist thinks that magic works only you
> think that.
Magic of the kind Egyptologists accuse the ancients of believing in isn't real. They can parse the PT for centuries and they'll find no effective magic and no evidence the ancients believed in effective magic.
If Egyptologists don't believe in magic then why can't one of them explain how the pyramids were built without waxing poetic about superstitious bumpkins?
Magic did not build the pyramids. Science, knowledge, and technology built the pyramids. But no Egyptologist will say this without talking about "ramp technology" and how they were so stupid and ignorant that they mustta used ramps.
...And this despite the fact that ramps are debunked and I have shown that stones were pulled straight up the sides of five step pyramids.
Who believes in magic; magical ramps that leave no evidence and magical beliefs that make them possible?
> A ditch isn't a canal no matter how much you make
> up stuff about it.
All Egyptology has is semantics and insults.
> Also you haven't put up the
> evidence for the overseer of canals either - I
> believe you might actually have that. It is
> amazing how reluctant you are to put up actual
> evidence. Lets see it again and make sure it says
> what you say it says.
At least when I say the answer is in a book it's really there rather than the Egyptapolgists who link boioks that don't support their claim.
> There are no known ways to
> > employ magic and superstition to lift stones.
> So why are you bringing it up to change the
> subject from your being wrong about the drainage
> ditch....chuckle same old Sam P. Be shown to be
> wrong and you immediately try to change the
This is what Egyptologists claim. Beliefs and shared superstitions gave them the ability to band together and drag tombs up ramps. They get way worse than this because a surprising number of Egyptologists do believe in magic, it appears.
> Back to magic
> No kidding - when did you figure that out? The
> only way it works if the person uses his
> superstition to work hard to make the gods happy,
> that does work, yes motivation from religious
> fanaticism works.
> > There are numerous ways known to use canals and
> > funiculars to build pyramids or move people.
> Really which ancient cultures used those for that
Do you really need an answer here?
> So have you accepted that your claim for a canal
> at G1 is debunked or do you want to go over it all
> again - that is what you usually do - or just wait
> a day, week or month, forget this thread and go
> right back to same failed claim......
It's right there. It not only will conduct water but exactly to the point it's needed to operate the "ladder of set". Not only does it exist and did I already prove it but its overseer is buried on site and it's mentioned dozens of times in the Pyramid Texts. There are no ramps, death, mortuary temples and other such nonsense in the PT. There's only life and the knsti-canal that made the king's eternal life possible as an imperishable star.
Simply stated Egyptologists hold these people in such low regard they refuse to consider the possibility that the PT was meant literally and is exactly accurate. They see death and superstition where there is only life and science.