Let us consider the mainstream Egyptologists hypothesis that G1 was originally designed to be a tomb., made specifically by Khufu during his reign.
1. Funerary goods.
a) Such tomb stayed completely intact up until Al Mamoun circa 800 AD ….OR
b) The granite plugs had been by passed earlier from the DP
If a) then vast amounts of afterlife treasure and all the fittings in GG, and QC niche, including mummy must have come out at the time of Al Mamoun. This is contrary to the scant detail we have of his venture.
If b) then such treasure (including all fittings in GG and QC and elsewhere) must have been smashed to small pieces to navigate the near right angle and steep path from AP to DP near the granite plugs. This means any hypothesised prism stone or the “hidden AP” was not at all well disguised, and any Al Mamoun story must be completely discounted.
2. DP and SC
These features must have been made or commenced very early in the construction process. Some method of ventilation had to be provided to SC.
Do these features resemble a tomb for a king? Clearly not.
- A vertical shaft at the bottom
- A very narrow entrance
- A very narrow unexplained SE dead end passage
- Incomplete, despite enormous effort to “near complete” and deliberate prior planning to construct it.
If some change of plan occurred then it had to happen very early in construction at the DP and AP junction point level. All serious geometrical efforts to explain the design of G1 indicate a pre-planned junction of equivalent angles of DP and AP.
Was this king a contrary, muddle minded, retard?
If there was such a king (likely) then maybe he was? However, it is clear the original builder had the ability to inspire the construction of the 7th wonder of the world, the most impressive build in all Egypt and inspire the collective collaboration and commitment of a nation.
G1 does not indicate a muddled change of plan (3 times) construction!
No evidence at all (except part of a granite box that might resemble a sarcophagus) is found to certainly attribute any funerary or tomb function whatsoever! Nor, much evidence exists of this most talked about most powerful and organised “king” other than vague varying cartouches and a small figurine.
It was an inherited structure , not built by a muddle minded king, and any burial would have been a later intrusive one, by relatively incompetent constructors , incapable of providing a viable or substantial method of protecting the burial from discovery (refer to point 1.)