> All we have is evidence of a mountain and
> Egyptologists who are afraid to study it
This thread is turning into a perfect example of such. Testing has been done on the scant remains found in the Step and Red Pyramid, but Egyptologists like Pete paint with broad strokes a picture that they can easily present as history without delving into the evidence. It looks like Pete is not interested in discussion, but only wants pats on the back for making a superficial video. Ego? Desire to be famous? He ignores questions, is not aware of the testing that has been done and displays no interest in becoming informed.
> Their assumptions are all "comfortable" and they
> don't want to move out of their "comfort zone".
> But the pyramid is very obviously not explicable
> in terms of the paradigm just as the "tri-lobed
> ceremonial bowl" is obviously not just a bowl.
Just as Pete's evidence is not evidence. He put a lot of weight in a mummified foot found in Djosers, yet he doesn't know that this foot was C14 dated as were other remains and the results do not agree with what he presents. In fact the results totally discredit what he presents, the Step Pyramid remains being dated to 8th-3rd cent. BC and the mummy attributed to Menkaure being dated to 7th-9th cent. AD with the coffin dating to 12th-9th cent. BC.
Almost every piece of evidence he presents, when researched, turns to dust. In this day and age I can't believe that people are so willing to believe what they see on youtube.
> So it all gets hidden away and nobody gets to study
> anything while Egyptologists spend their time
> parsing the Pyramid Texts and their money looking
> for gold.
And.... objections raised are ignored just as Pete is doing here.
But come to GHMB to get your ego fix, where almost no one questions assumptions and anyone can appear to be an expert.