> Thirdly is the thermal imaging which shows the
> "Cool is the nt-Crown-Path" that connects to the
> ancient pavement linking directly to the Mafdet.
> It can only be a corridor in direct communication
> with a massive heat sink and my theory says this
> heat sink IS the Mafdet Lynx (mongoose).
Funny thing. I never realized that this thermal anomaly would be more impressive in the spring until I finally "got" the name of this passage. I always figured looking for it in October would be best because it would be easiest to see when the "sphinx" was warm and the outside temperature was cool. The Mafdet Sphinx would naturally be about 58 degrees with no air infiltration but might warm up to 75 degrees in the summer. As the days cool the warm stones at the end of the path (thermal anomaly) would easily be ten or fifteen degrees warmer under extreme conditions.
But in the first hot days of spring the difference could even be more extreme; "Cool is the NT-Crown Path". The Mafdet could cool off to as lot as 55 degrees and then the exterior stones could reach 100 degrees. Walking in on a hot day would be a dramatic experience. In Ancient Language a "crown" was the tip of a fluid flow as seen here;
455c. after thou hast taken possession of the white crown in the water-springs, great and mighty, which are in the south of Libya,
This path is mentioned in the Coffin Texts in utterances 129/ 30. Both are confused "translations" and too fragmented to guess at much meaning but I do believe they are two of the four paths that access the Mafdet.
In a few days these stones should be warm to the touch while the adjacent ones are hot nearly hot enough to cook an egg. This assumes they haven't worked to stop the airflow and prevent anyone from even getting close. This should be visible in the infrared from as far away as the Pizza Hut. Even if the airflow was stopped this will still be cooler when the wind is out of the west.
What we need here is tourists with infrared cameras.