SC: ... We see little reason to doubt that this would not also have applied to the Meidum, Dahshur and Giza pyramids although these have - as was the intent - been picked clean. We are fortunate indeed that a couple of the numerous vaults under Djoser's pyramid complex were left with their cache of 'recovery goods' still intact. ...
DB: So because there is no proof you claim it was picked clean.
SC: But there is proof. Not every pyramid was picked clean. For some reason two of the numerous vaults under Djoser's pyramid were still intact (fortunately) and survived into modern times. FORTY THOUSAND artefacts were found in those two vaults and large quantities of wheat and barley seed. We do not know why these two vaults were not picked clean like the others in Djoser's pyramid (and the other pre-fifth dynasty pyramids). But the ancient Egyptians tell us in their own words that they emptied the pyramids:
"...what the pyramid concealed has become empty... - Papyrus Ipuwer
DB: That I am afraid is ridiculous logic, the same logic that has been used by the orthodox to explain why no mummies and no remnants of sarcophagus have been found.
SC: There may not be a single king in any of those pre-fifth dynasty pyramids but we have 40,000 remnants from the Djoser Recovery Vault.