> > are told "there's a body of evidence", it
> > boils down to context of this nature, context
> > is derived from presumption, extrapolation, and
> > pure fabrication based on the build-up of a
> > self-consistent narrative that's replete with
> > other similar contextual conjectures.
> Which is exactly what yourself and others are
But most alt theories are based on evidence that wasn't available yet in the 19th century when tombs dragged up ramps were invented. ;)
> Not a single iota? There is much more evidence in
> favor of 'funerary' than there is in things like
> 'ancient alien existentialist nuclear poop
> machine'. Not that the latter is you take on it of
> course. :)
Never challenge me on evidence. The fact is I can find plenty of evidence to support anything right smack dab in Egyptology's favorite source for understanding the pyramid builders; The PT;
128a. The abomination of N., it is dung; he eateth not that abomination,
128b. just as at the same time Set shrinks from these two companions who voyage over the sky.
I could make a case for anything. ...Stones that grow wing, extraterrestrials, anything. It's allin the Pyramid Texts.
> ... I'll stop here. If you think there is nothing
> funerary about ancient Egypt - especially the Old
> Kingdom - I am very much done conversing with you.
You do realize virtually every single thing we know about the pyramid builders was yanked straight out of a tomb. It's hardly surprising that Egyptology sees tombs everywhere they look. They see death everywhere.
The pyramid was the House of Life. It was not a tomb. We'd know this already if the Egyptologists in charge were actually following up on the thermal anomaly now more than two months old.