> The majority of questions are "Why". Why bury.
> One answer to consider is, that these "Boats" were
> instrumental in the building of the Pyramid. Why
> so many pits. Why some rectangle , and other are
Exactly. Egyptologists can't imagine that ancient people didn't think or talk like Egyptologists so they can't see the falcon perched on their own nose.
Not only did ancient people anthropomorphize reality itself but they ascribed characteristics of boats to the activities of man. This is all through the PT and especially the Coffin Texts but Egyptologists mistake it for more gobbledty gook. The equipment used to build pyramids acquired the nautical words. Even the pyramid itself was known as the "Boat of Re" from the scientific perspective. It was the means by which the king could achieve the afterlife where he was never forgotten.
Part of the ritual of transforming the king into the pyramid by which he still lives today was burying boats on site.
This stuff isn't rocket science. They used the easiest means to build and they had a lot of ceremony ritual in their lives; their collective lives. But they didn't kill thousands of workers and endanger the entire population to build these as Egyptology suggests because the fact of the matter is that the gods built the pyramids just like they said over and over. Men sat in the shade sipping cool effervescent water and working with their minds as the gods toiled to stack stone on stone.
There were gods with "human" characteristics and pyramids with the characteristics of boats. Even the damn crews who built the pyramids were named after parts of boats. What did they have to do; draw Egyptrologists pictures? Oh wait they did. They drew pictures of how the pyramids were built for 3000 years and Egyptologists misinterpret these as well. Egyptologists engage in anachronistic thinking and can';t understand that the ancients don't think like they do.