> The only issue others have with your
> interpretation of the PT is that no-one else,
> fringe or otherwise, substantiates your reading of
I certainly understand peoples reluctance to embrace this. I've explained many times why Egyptologists didn't see this so will avoid going over this again. However it should be kept in mind that no one ever even imagined a language could be metaphysical in nature and few people even understand this concept. Egyptologists believe they understand the writing and don't need to even try to understand what a metaphysical language would look like. Another reason I rarely mention about why they didn't understand is that the PT is a book of ritual so trying to understand ancient culture by means of the Pyramid Texts is like someone in the future trying to understand us by means of a Sunday school hymnal.
It looks much different than what it is and is written in a language that most Egyptologists can't even imagine.
> Yours is quite a unique translation: from an
> English translation of a German translation ... to
> then claim to know 'exact' meanings of vocabulary
> and grammar is more than just a stretch in most
> people's books.
I don't know the "exact meaning" of much of anything in the PT. Rather every word in the PT had a single exact meaning and I know many of these word meanings. From the word meanings and context I can model author intent in most cases. I can't speak metaphysical language any more than you or James Allen but I can model the language of the PT in my mind and extract author intent in most cases.
Yes, it is pretty surprising to me that this meaning appears to be in the PT and surprising I'm the one who found it. There are good reasons it was me rather than some other unlucky soul but we've been through all this before as well. It gets increasingly more difficult for me to believe the meaning isn't intended but, obviously there is some possibility that I'm simply wrong. Part of the problem here is the way I think. I'm never certain of much of anything at all so I never just start crowing about my "accomplishment" and having solved pyramid construction. I'm "only" 95% sure that stones were taken straight up the side of five step pyramids and only 75% sure that they were pulled up by the weight of water from a carbonated aquifer. Even though this is EXACTLY what the PT suggest I am a scientist at heart and don't find certainty in anything at all but certainly not a 95% probability.
My inability to say I solved this and the writing makes it difficult for people to "jump on board". My inability to impress Egyptologists who are studiously ignoring me leads many to believe I'm just the latest in new age woo. My refusal to come out against other alternative theorists is seen by many as a tacit admission I belong to the club.
There are many reasons I won't come out against other alts and one of the chief ones is I believe some of them are right. People will be simply amazed when they learn what ancient science could do and what they understood. They'll be amazed to find more truth in some of the ancient holy writing than some of the twaddle in 19th century (and 21st century) science books. Some of the more incredible things in the PT I've yet to write about or barely wrote about.
Ancient people were far advanced, more intelligent, and far more able to use their knowledge than people today. Their technology was simple in comparison but it sprang from understanding. We could sit at the crown of creation but it will take centuries of hard work and travelling the high road to displace the ancients.