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cladking Wrote:
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> They wrote in a different kind of
> language with a highly limited vocabulary. They
> didn't need a large vocabulary because meaning was
> expressed mathematically like computer code.

"Tefnut makes the earth high under the sky by means of her arms" means exactly that and nothing else. But "tefnut" is not an imaginary consciousness that symbolizes "wet" like Egyptologists and the authors of the "book of the dead" believe(d). "Tefnut" is "downward" (theoretical). It is the state of something moving downward that makes the earth high under the sky.

It doesn't matter if you understand how something moving downward can make the earth high or not. This is what they said and it's what they meant. It's exactly the ONLY THING THEY MEANT. You can not parse these words without destroying the meaning. You can't change them in any way without destroying the meaning. You can't "read" these words without destroying the meaning.

It is by using water (seker) in counterweights that stone (earth) was lifted to build pyramids. It is the state of counterweights moving downward that made the earth high. This is what every line in the PT is saying because their words formed a complete whole. They used water to build the king. The mehet weret built the king. That which caused the king to die was healed meaning the pyramid was a mnemonic. This stuff is really pretty simple once you accept their words were meant LITERALLY.

CT #294

"The shape of the swallow is given to me by the flaming one, mistress of the isles, who ascends in the flame which is on the battlements of the sky."

This means exactly what it says. A swallow can be seen flying above the first step of the pyramid. This "spell" was probably written by someone who understood the original source material but couldn't speak the language. The "flaming one" is most probably the mks-sceptre which alerted men to report to work. It is very difficult to make heads or tails of most of the CT because most of it is written in modern language and before enough words were invented to express meaning like we do today.

I can only imagine what Faulkner believed this meant or what that meaning implied about the author of the line! I suppose he believed the author thought he turned into a swallow after being incinerated and flew off to the hereafter. I suppose he thought the author was speaking for himself or someone already dead. And right here we have a characteristic of "moribund" which allows us to use the word symbolically to apply to what Egyptologists believe about the pyramid builders. This is how OUR LANGUAGE works but it is not how Ancient Language worked. Egyptologists believe the people were moribund and large numbers of them spent their entire lives building tombs and contents for tombs or embalming dead people. This is caused by several things and chief among them is sample bias. Most of what we have and know about the people came from tombs (or what we believe are tombs) so it "appears" the people were obsessed with death. But their words in the PT and CT are not about death but about life and its celebration.

Man fears the pyramid, time fears man.



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 16-Jan-20 15:12 by cladking.

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The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 660 Thanos5150 04-Jan-20 17:22
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 140 cladking 04-Jan-20 19:37
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 102 thinkitover 04-Jan-20 23:49
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 94 Thanos5150 05-Jan-20 00:46
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 110 cladking 05-Jan-20 02:39
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 76 Warwick 06-Jan-20 20:55
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 73 Warwick 06-Jan-20 21:16
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 62 cladking 06-Jan-20 22:45
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 59 Warwick 07-Jan-20 18:30
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 54 cladking 07-Jan-20 20:10
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 74 cladking 06-Jan-20 22:49
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 53 Warwick 07-Jan-20 18:24
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 64 cladking 07-Jan-20 20:33
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 57 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 18:37
Snap! :) 57 Warwick 08-Jan-20 18:47
Re: Snap! :) 54 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 19:02
Re: Snap! :) 49 Warwick 08-Jan-20 19:14
Re: Snap! :) 60 cladking 08-Jan-20 19:56
Re: Snap! :) 47 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:23
Re: Snap! :) 47 cladking 08-Jan-20 21:38
Re: Snap! :) 49 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 23:06
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 47 cladking 08-Jan-20 19:50
Stop avoiding the questions Cladking 60 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:37
Oops made a mistake on the number of words for English 39 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 23:24
Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 49 thinkitover 15-Jan-20 06:12
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 45 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 07:00
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 38 cladking 15-Jan-20 14:38
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 42 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 16:25
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 43 cladking 15-Jan-20 17:38
...and Cladking runs off 35 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 17:52
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 49 Corpuscles 16-Jan-20 08:03
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 73 cladking 16-Jan-20 14:27
Get Comfortable. 55 cladking 16-Jan-20 14:50
It's simple all right 44 Warwick 16-Jan-20 20:32
Hieroglyphs have never been translated but I make my own translations from those same fake translations?????? 39 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 21:56
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 33 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 21:54
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 36 Warwick 16-Jan-20 20:27
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 34 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 22:01
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 44 cladking 15-Jan-20 17:56
making up dates 42 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 18:15
Re: making up dates 39 cladking 15-Jan-20 18:52
Re: making up dates 43 Warwick 15-Jan-20 19:05
Re: making up dates 37 cladking 15-Jan-20 19:22
Re: making up dates 39 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 19:25
Re: making up dates 35 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 19:22
How to demonstrate that your ideas are based on stuff you made up - by Cladking 34 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 19:20
So ancient goofy language is all the same? 32 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 22:05
What Purpose Does Myth Serve? 45 thinkitover 09-Jan-20 01:33
Re: What Purpose Does Myth Serve? 45 cladking 09-Jan-20 02:07
Re: What Purpose Does Myth Serve? 47 cladking 09-Jan-20 02:16
Re: What Purpose Does Myth Serve? 38 Warwick 09-Jan-20 19:46
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 51 Warwick 08-Jan-20 18:45
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 49 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 19:09
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 49 cladking 08-Jan-20 20:14
Cladking avoiding the questions that destroys his assumptions 49 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:27
so, not just Egyptologists but, 51 Warwick 14-Jan-20 19:23
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 41 cladking 14-Jan-20 20:26
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 41 Warwick 14-Jan-20 20:32
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 51 cladking 14-Jan-20 21:02
Projection 39 Warwick 15-Jan-20 18:17
Re: Projection 33 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 21:51
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 41 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 05:52
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 40 cladking 15-Jan-20 14:49
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 37 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 16:33
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 33 cladking 15-Jan-20 17:17
No Gods means belief 34 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 17:59
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 37 Warwick 15-Jan-20 18:34
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 48 cladking 15-Jan-20 19:36
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 43 Warwick 15-Jan-20 19:57
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 56 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 22:07
It's a common fault 43 Warwick 18-Jan-20 21:01
Re: It's a common fault 51 Hanslune 19-Jan-20 00:12
Re: It's a common fault 47 cladking 20-Jan-20 03:14
Re: It's a common fault 37 Hanslune 20-Jan-20 03:42
Re: It's a common fault 56 Corpuscles 20-Jan-20 03:59
Re: It's a common fault 38 Sirfiroth 20-Jan-20 17:01
Re: It's a common fault 37 Hanslune 20-Jan-20 17:37
Re: It's a common fault 30 Warwick 20-Jan-20 17:21
Re: It's a common fault 36 Hanslune 20-Jan-20 17:30
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 40 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 05:55
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 43 cladking 08-Jan-20 22:04
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 41 cladking 08-Jan-20 20:10
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 40 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:25
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 48 cladking 08-Jan-20 21:44
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 46 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 23:01
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 63 cladking 08-Jan-20 23:22
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 51 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 23:26
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 46 Warwick 09-Jan-20 19:48
Are you kidding us or what? 55 Warwick 09-Jan-20 19:50
Re: Are you kidding us or what? 51 cladking 09-Jan-20 20:26
We know who we are talking too 60 Hanslune 09-Jan-20 20:42
Re: Are you kidding us or what? 47 Hanslune 09-Jan-20 20:36
sorry for the delay 50 Warwick 14-Jan-20 19:16
Re: sorry for the delay 57 cladking 14-Jan-20 21:11
Sorry you are off topic 46 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 06:02
Re: sorry for the delay 38 Warwick 15-Jan-20 18:28
Re: sorry for the delay 36 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 19:24
Re: sorry for the delay 41 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 05:59
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 57 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 19:06
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 70 cladking 08-Jan-20 20:16
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 61 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:24
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 72 Corpuscles 09-Jan-20 03:29
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 87 Thanos5150 09-Jan-20 04:26
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 83 seasmith 09-Jan-20 05:43
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 65 Warwick 20-Jan-20 19:22


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