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>A final thought: Logistics and Religion need not be mutually exclusive. For example, it is possible that there was an advantage to aim the causeway at a certain position on the horizon because that was both of religious significance and it helped with its practical use.
Sure, why not. They likely already knew how to employ a Funicular Causeway, as that knowledge proceeded Giza. They would take that in to account, for the ultimate ceremonie(s). I tend to do believe the Pyramids had a religious purpose. What bothers me, is, there are little or no inscription inside. Why not?