It boils down to a "sarcophagus" in G1 and a place for conopic jars in G2. Other "evidence" is so low aquality as to be almost meaningless. Egyptological theory is a construct based on four assumtions. If any one of these assumptions is incorrect then all are probably incorrect.
The builders never once said the pyramid was a tomb. What they did say was the king's tomb was in the sky and the pyramid was his ka. You'd think that there'd be better support for the idea that the pyramid was a tomb based solely on the certainty of Egyptologists and their claim that there's a mountain of evidence.
Of course the Egyptological paradigm fits together but it is constructed without a solid foundation.
(edited to add that I never thought it would be possible to say "no Egptians were harmed in the making of pyramid tombs". ;) )
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06-Feb-16 15:25 by cladking.