> Notice that Faulkner translated "ḳbḥ.w" as
> "The Cool (Region)" and Allen as "Cool Waters".
I could comment all day on your post but just a few quick thoughts for now and I'll probably return to it later.
Ancient Language was not only metaphysical but contained the same natural logic as the wiring of the human brain or of mathematics. It's only natural that concepts expressed in this language are in agreement in multiple dimensions. To people who don't understand this simply looks like punning. There are no puns in the Pyramid Texts.
"Kbḥ.w" (3b3w)(the height) is a very important concept in Ancient Language. It was a cool watery region because it is the theoretical point above which the net movement of spraying water reverses and becomes negative. Expressed in our terms it the crown on the top of a column of water. It is the cool effervescent water impounded at a point above 3b3w and the top of this water is kebehwet. The two great gods are sekhmet (phenomenon of the ability to convert potential energy to kinetic energy) and "set" which is sitting water.
> Do you remember Campbell's Tomb, the
> lowermost level that is? It is a sarcophagus
> surrounded by four pillars lying in a pool of
> water fed from an underground aquifer, not
> connected to the Nile....Howard Vyse wrote that
> its level did not change with the river's level.
Do you mean the "Osiris Shaft"? I've always had a lot of interest in Campbell's tomb and would love to hear confirmation that there was flowing water under it as my theory predicts.
> The concept of the written command as an
> act of creation comes from ancient Egypt. Major
> world religions and our form of government are
> fundamentally in principle based on this concept.
Almost all modern concepts and our perception of reality itself are based on a direct confusion of ancient "beliefs". The words of the gods are understanding and the ability to use them is power. Writing them correctly conveys this power.
Law doesn't empower, it hobbles. It hobbles the very people who are supposed to be empowered by government.
This is what makes exploring the thermal anomaly so important. The clock is ticking.
Your timing of the post was impeccable. Thanks.