> You do know you are pretending to 'solve' lines in
> a language you cannot read.
I can read English.
I often say that it's just like the scholars went to all the trouble of translating these words and then NEVER BOTHERED TO READ THEIR OWN TRANSLATION. Instead they interpreted the words to fit the book of the dead.
> What you are doing is
> making up new meaning from English translations.
> These new meanings are not associated with the
> symbols the AE actually wrote......
No. This isn't true and we've spoken of it countless times but you don't understand or remember things when you don't agree. We live in a strange world indeed run by fear, greed, and beliefs. The ancients not only didn't record the word for "ramps" they didn't even have a word for "belief". They had no superstitions and no need for the word "belief".
Take their word for "geyser" as an example. In the ancient language words were descriptive of what they were because they were representative of things rather than symbolic. In our language "geyser" has no meaning at all except as it can be correctly deconstructed from a sentence. The shapes of the letters have no bearing on the meaning of any of its definitions. We use words loosely since we are rarely understood anyway and most people have no idea of all the definitions of more than a few words. People are continually deconstructing the wrong meaning and this is why the ancients called our language(s) "confused". Look at our nnear total inability to communicate as an example. We act, hear, and see based on what we believe and we speak a language that is different to every listener.
Ancient language was wholly and totally different. It was so different it can't even be translated into ours. The language was akin to a song that rhymed with nature and the writing was like a dance that kept in step with it. The origin of the word for "geyser" is lost but it likely meant "spraying water" or perhaps "water that created life (in the desert)". The word that represented the geyser was "duat" (d3.t). But the dance step that recorded this was an "imperisable star in the arm of nut". In our terms it was a bubble in the round hole drilled by "those who draw out the gods with long claws and sharp teeth".
This stuff really isn't that complicated but Egyptologists can't suspend their disbelief even long enough to look at the facts!
Now both you and the OP will ignore every point, every fact, and all the logic in this post. Instead I'll be again treated to your beliefs about what the "duat" is and the fact that I don't make reading lists and cite et al's.