> And what if the journey of the separate parts of
> the soul were to guide some parts thither and
> yonder, while another part through the pyramid and
> into the QC?
> The dock was the upper chamber where the vessel
> was released; some parts went where they were
> supposed to go, with one main part being the
> heavens; another part was recycled through the
> very pyramid itself and into the middle chamber
> where the receptacle of a woman awaited in her own
> berth; and the process of Isis conceiving Horus
> from a dead King without a facilitating organ was
> performed and allowed for the continuation of a
> direct lineage that would never cease...the very
> concept of reincarnation on a very old level of
> conception where a 'god' lay with a mortal
> woman...a 'spirit' manifesting itself and awaiting
> until true conception occurs for the 'spirit' to
> settle in and LIVE.
> Does that fit anywhere in what you try to
When read as modern language these rituals can be force fit to support almost any interpretation. But the parts of pyramids are not spoken of like what we believe the parts of the soul were. Indeed, the word "pyramid" is used only five times in the PT. There are numerous references to the pyramids in my understanding of the PT but the word is hardly used. Even after transmogrification the king is usually viewed in his facet of the water source rather than the pyramid.
Sex was fundamental to life in the ancient view so when nature was anthropomorphized it was well equipped. Indeed, sex was so fundamental that gender appears in many sentences to establish perspective. Word genders changed with perspective with the best example being the djed which was used to aim and stabilize the water. This was phallic shaped and similarly functioned so was masculine by definition but when speaking of the interior it became feminine.
There are simply no references to a pyramid tomb in the PT nor are any parts of the pyramids mentioned. The PT specifically says the king wasn't buried on earth and his grave was in the sky. As I interpret the PT the aprons (ssm.t), airshafts (serket anus), steps (battlements), stones ("sculptures"), canals (winding watercourse), and "ramps" (horus' way) are all mentioned. There are extensive mentions of the equipment used to build it like the mehet weret cow/ dndndr-boat (Bull of Heaven) But there are no mentions of parts of souls moving or living in them other than the king's heart in the dndndr-boat.
If you are shown to be correct I'm confident the PT can be force fit to agree with you just at it was force fit to agree with the authors of the book of the dead and Egyptologists.