> After my exchange with our illustrious colleague
> this time last year, it became apparent that we
> are on divergent paths when topics such as this
> are discussed. His testimony in the Scott
> Whatshisname trial only further strengthened my
> However, he could very well be the only person on
> the planet who can understand hieroglyphics
> without being able to decipher them.
...Did you ever confirm that your link was about superstitious nonsense that helps proves the builders were stinky footed bumpkins who dragged tombs up ramps?
It seems to me that nobody can possibly understand the PT unless I do.
If an Egyptologist claims to understand them then he is in effect claiming to understand incantation since every Egyptologist believes this is gobbledty gook and twaddle. They each believe it is abracadabra and incantation. They believe this is the magic by which the dead king got into heaven and that his pyramid was a resurrection machine.
According to Egyptologists there is nothing to understand. Well, guess what? I found author intent right in the literal meaning of their words!!
So ask them how the machine worked and you'll get a different answer from every single one of them. Ask them why the PT is highly inconsistent. Ask them why the PT repeatedly says the pyramid was no tomb. Ask them how they know the religion never changed based on a book of incantation that can't be understood.
The illogic of interpreting the PT in terms of the book of the dead is simply staggering. The paradigm is a virtual Tower of Babel itself.