> Illogical and irrational. Cladking you are
> pretending there is only one answer. The actual
> answer is that they can be both.
We can be both scientific and religious. You are assuming they could as well. You have no such evidence for this assumption since nothing they said made sense and they had no words of science and no words for "belief". You see this simple fact and YOU choose to ignore it.
You believe in science and you believe Egyptology is science despite the extensive evidence to the contrary AND THE FACT that many Egyptologists don't consider Egyptology a science. You believe. I do not.
> As has been explained to you repeatedly taking
> small portions of the AE language and then trying
> to make sweeping generalization about it will led
> to failure.....so of course you've done just
I have not done this.
What I did was assume the pyramid builders made perfect sense and try to deduce their premises by the solution of word meanings in context.
YOU have made broad generalizations from parsing translations. Ancient Language loses its meaning when parsed. Nobody will ever be able to read ort translate Ancient Language. If you ever understand it the meaning will arise like a "lotus from the river". THIS IS HOW AL WORKED and it's how they described its understanding. Ancient words were powerful because they represented reality and knowledge of reality.
You use words like a weapon and they used them to build. You nothing nothing else. They did.
> How many separate words are in the PT and CT? How
> many words in the entire AE language? Do you even
> now this? Nope - you don't have a clue. There is
> no word for chicken in PT - did they not exist?
> Snails? Sharks?
There are very very few words in Ancient Language and this is why and how it breaks Zipf's Law. Now go ask a linguist why they never noticed it breaks linguistic laws instead of taking me to task for pointing it out.
Not counting nouns there are barely 1000 words in Ancient Language. There are a large number of nouns and only a small percentage appear in the PT and CT.
This is the first of your posts to be on topic. Please continue or not respond to my posts at all. Thank you.