> Do yourself a favor, reread the Pyramid Text with
> the following substitutions:
> Osiris ascends - Green light rises over the Great
> Pyramid of Giza
> King - light over the pyramid (smaller pyramid,
> e.g. the Pyramid of Unas)
> Horus - trail of light in the night sky
> Horus sons - four colors in the trail of lights
> Throne - pyramid
> Serpent - green light on the ground. As Osiris
> glides in the sky (see video above), the green
> light from Osiris falls on the ground. This light
> passing through hills and valleys creates a green
> serpent like image).
> Lotus - Glowing capstone
> When you do that, I can assure you, your
> understanding of the ancient Egyptian civilization
> will greatly improve.
I can already do it to some extent.
You can't understand this but I find points of agreement with just about everyone because I don't know anything. Your total knowledge prevents you from finding any commonalities with any alternative theories. But just because I can see that the sons of horus left trails in the light (which allows each Horus to glide through, ...They make a way for N that N may pass by it. N is a Horus.) does not mean that I accept this theory as being a high probability answer to the reason the pyramid was built. I have many things with which I agree with Kborisov and I have great interest in how he got to his theory. I know exactly how Egyptology got to their "theory"; they analyzed the Pyramid Texts in terms of the book of the dead. When I see ideas like those above it raises my interest because I do agree in so many ways. Perhaps some of the premises and thinking that got him to this are adaptable to my theory or maybe I have to rewrite my theory or chuck it out altogether if I find he is more right than I am.
I seek commonalities with others and try to understand their premises. You scan for errors and don't care where they went wrong.
And, yes, I really do have a lot of interest in Egyptology. Even though they are wrong in every instance they still put a lot of thought into this and they know more than I do. This means they are often right in a left handed sort of way so I try to see if any of their "correctness" is adaptable to my needs or can provide leads where to look for the truth.
Now you can tell me where I'm all wrong here.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 14-Feb-18 15:13 by cladking.