> 414a. N. is as that which dawns, which dawns,
> which endures, which endures.
> 414b. The doers of evil shall not be able to
> 414c. the favourite place of N. among the living
> in this land for ever and ever.
As a mere laymen I've found 100's of references in the Pyramid Texts the king is the pyramid!!! We are often told that one needs a doctorate in Egyptology to even understand a translation of the PT but here I've shown it says over and over that the king IS THE PYARAMID!!!
So why did no Egyptologist ever notice that the only book that survives from so long ago says the king is the pyramid? How is it possible that trained Egyptologists would miss something so obvious? How is it possible they'd mistake rituals of transmogrification for incantation?
The Egyptological paradigm is collapsing faster than its ramps did.
The PT is quite clear on this subject; the king had to be "akhified" to attain the afterlife. From this Egyptologists were quite certain that the people were highly superstitious so they quit paying attention to what the pyramid builders actually said.
"Akhified" simply means the king was changed into the "horizon" and a "star". The pyramid was the horizon and the star was seen on the horizon. The king lived the only way dead people have ever been able to live; as a memory. The pyramid was a mnemonic to remember him and his star in the heavens served the same purpose when there was no pyramid around. The pyramid builders spelled it out for us in plain English but Egyptologists are blind to everything save their own beliefs.
Here's yet another one;
1465a. Hear, O Geb, hereditary prince of all the gods, endue him with his form.
This is from the "rainbow utterance". The earth itself (geb) gives the dead king his new form (a pyramid). The king is transmogrified (akhified) by being give the shape of the earth.
You'd think this stuff is written in Finnish for all the trouble it gives Egyptologists.