1810b. make thy son live in himself; make thy son well in himself,
1810c. that he may not die, that he may not die.
1811a. If he lives, thou livest; if he is well, thou art well.
The king becomes the "son" of the earth. He becomes the pyramid which will live and be sound as long as the earth lives and is sound.
This "cultural context"; this "Rituals of Ascension" specifically and repeatedly say that the pyramid is the king. It says it literally and coherently and within the laws of physics.
Yes, there are a couple of lines that can be interpreted to mean the king is buried in the pyramid but these interpretations would suggest that the ancient people were highly superstitious and believed strange things about gods and magic. These interpretations simply twist their words into pretzel logic.
1749b. A stairway to heaven is built (for thee), that thou mayest ascend.
1750a. Thou judgest between the two great gods,
1750b. who support the Two Enneads.
1750c. Isis weeps for thee; Nephthys calls thee;
Here is one that was misinterpreted by the authors of the book of the dead. This same misinterpretation has been made by Egyptologists who believe the dead king must walk up a stairway (pyramid) in order to get to heaven. They believe that when the dead king gets to heaven he can judge the imaginary consciousnesses that he finds there while the mother of Horus and her imaginary harmonious sister weep at his passing. But if this is what the authors meant there is simply no question they were very highly primitive and very superstitious. If this is what they meant then they are the moribund and primitive people depicted by Egyptology. If this is what they meant then it follows they probably endangered their lives dragging tombs up ramps.
But even if it's what they meant superstition and beliefs are still destructive forces that never made anything. If this is what they meant then Egyptology still needs to show these were tombs built with ramps.
BUT IT'S NOT WHAT THEY MEANT!!!
This was a ritual read to the crowds BEFORE akhification. This was read to the crowds at the beginning of pyramid building season. This was read to the crowds BEFORE the king was cremated on top of the east side and transmogrified into the pyramid itself. It was before the king became the pyramid BEFORE it was his ka. They never knew when the king would die because NOBODY CAN PREDICT THE FUTURE. So the pyramid had no name and was nobody's ka until it became Khufu's Horizon when he ascended on the smoke of incense.
So what are you going to believe; what they said over and over in no uncertain terms "He is the pyramid" or Egyptological interpretation that necessarily implicates our ancestors as being superstitious and casts us in dubious light?
Ask yourself why Egyptologists ignore this. Ask yourself why they attack non-believers rather than engage them. Why can't they argue for their beliefs or show ANY direct evidence to support them?