I ask you to be gentle with me, I only had this insight the end of last week and started free falling. I never thought I would seriously believe that Adam lived 900 years and Osiris physically ruled over Egypt during Zep Tepi, but I sure do now. I'm well aware that so much of what I'm piecing together is not only speculative, but FAR outside everyone's Overton Window. I'm having trouble adjusting to the ideas myself, so I can't imagine others not being taken aback by them.
While I have only seen the introduction and purchased the ebook for reading later tonight, I think I'm in similar territory as Edward Malkowski with Ancient Egypt 39,000 BCE: The History, Technology, and Philosophy of Civilization X. I know I'm in a very different place as him for the purpose of the pyramids, which is a resurrection machine. The Giza complex was built as a replacement machine for the one destroyed in the Campi Flegrei eruption 40,000 years ago, which probably helped bring about the extinction of the Neaderthals.
I see the Giza complex and many other sites built by an ancient advanced species of the genus homo who then ruled mankind as immortal gods, giving us our laws, culture, and everything else described in the ancient texts. The main homeland of this advanced culture was destroyed by the Toba eruption 75,000 years ago.
I understand if you don't believe me, especially since I am unwilling to explain everything. But there's no reason we can't disagree pleasantly.