Date: January 10, 2017 11:53AM
> Correction - at least 2.
> What you call the AE, those who you believe built
> the great pyramids, did have a religion.
> The actual pyramid builders may not have had
> religion or beliefs.
Make that 3.
Many users here still seem to use "AE" to describe those who built the pyramids rather than those who simply lived during the traditional timeline's Dynastic period. The Dynastic AE apparently did have quite a strong belief system that focused deeply on a funerary context and the afterlife. Virtually everything is a temple run by priests. And the Dynastic AE likely had nothing at all to do with building those megalithic pyramids. Rather, I suspect that the entire funerary context was invented simply as a way to explain the immense infrastructure that the Dynastics saw all around them that was already ancient when they arrived at the scene and which they needed to explain in the only terms that made sense to them.
If I ever finish the drawing, and that's a big if...I will include a disclaimer as to the build date. Hopefully, that will keep everyone happy. The build date is not an issue for me. I'm not sure if I have ever argued it in the past, other than there is no conclusive evidence one way or the other. Usually, I just state the the lack of evidence is not evidence. Even that statement, makes people mad. Though they already seem mad to Begin with.
I feel I will need to release several "How it was done", as after years working on these illustration, there are more than one way to get the job done. Another disclaimer. Of late, my driving force, has been too try and show "how it could be done" with the least amount of build time and men.
I remain baffled as too, why are there no paintings inside the Pyramids. If one day, a new chamber is found and it is decorated, the timeline mystery may be resolved.