Most records of the Hidden Chambers or Gates or journey through the Amduat don’t mention such a thing as the red and blue lightning, one that kills and the other that enhances life, so how can you be sure that you have read enough of the texts to know that there are not those that are very specific? You might be missing something, Sam...and even just such a thing might have better descriptions about things either side of the fifth/sixth/seventh hours and their moments and what happens to the one undergoing the transformation. It would be a real shame that you didn’t take ‘trial and error’ further to get a better grasp of ancient science according some group who knew more about things than we have yet grasped...ah but you have, haven't you...you do know more than you let on because some things seem fantastical, don't they.
Ah, but we have grasped enough thus far...that’s why we have the radio/light-wave communication, space flight, organ transplants, pharmaceuticals, x-ray machines, and all kinds of variations of things for business or pleasure linked to these.
Hmm...you know, I like how elephants and alligators and whales and such can communicate over great distances through the use of low frequency sounds they generate in their own bodies...dolphins and bats and such use sonar and radar to know what their surroundings are composed of...snakes and birds and insects see in infra-red or ultraviolet...all manner of creatures can feel vibrations and energy that is so subtle that it amazes us...and all the creatures that know exactly which way north is, whether true north or magnetic north. Boggles the mind to think that the most intelligent creatures on our planet can’t do all the things that all the other creatures can do, and we perceive all of those creatures as being less than us in some way or many ways.
And hmm again but how many people can do things that are similar to the above? Do they need a device to do so? Oh yeah. Can some folk do some things naturally? Sheesh...if some of Earth’s creatures can do those things...yeah, we’re all descended from similar ancestors in similar family trees with particular branches splitting us up...maybe we have a remnant of being able to do something and need a little boost to do it again, which means the pyramid is the larger facilitator. I wonder how many smaller facilitators are hinted at or still around?
I guess deciphering not just the PTs but sifting through all kinds of writings does give hints at things. Bloody amazing things too...but yeah, I still sit on the fence about what folk used to be able to do against all that kind of stuff being lost or hidden from us. We do have ancient writings come down to us, not to mention all that has been destroyed so such knowledge doesn’t live...doesn’t pass on instructions for doing things a certain way to allow for certain abilities to overcome the imbalance of those who seek to rule over those who just want to enjoy what it means to exist.
Hmm...and I do so like how the Pharaoh undertakes his ‘journey’ to gain a greater appreciation for what existence is and what he can do in manifesting a better way to do things for his people and country by allowing the nature of all things to pass through him and be deciphered for what nature has in store in the future...and means he can make arrangements so that survival of folk occurs. What is that record? “I had a dream about a coming catastrophe and we have 300 years to prepare for it”, so said the Pharaoh.
Are we sure we’ve translated that properly?
As much as I speculate these past many years, firstly accepting the pyramid as a tomb, then pondering certain features within it, then checking out the science to see if a certain energy could be created within it, and still continuing to read as much as I can get a hold of about ancient texts, I do believe there was a bit more going on inside it that a man made use of, having been constructed by men who understood a lot more than we give them credit for.
And we all know that the texts in all their various forms and translations, in all their various beliefs from all over the globe, both tell of wondrous things and allude to wondrous things. BUt language can be limiting when trying to describe things that are better experienced or seen. So far, I can attach the journey through the caverns/gates to the journey within the pyramid and its specific areas, and 'observe' Pharaoh undergoing stages of a journey that mimic celestial moments...while they are yet but reflections of something historical, attached to the stars in order that they remain accessible to memory.
Far from Pharaoh being dead while undergoing the whole ritual, he was very much alive and did die and was resurrected within the pyramid. For Khufu, who seems to be the first to have records made of what he was doing and did, seeking out a magician who could bring the dead back to life was an essential part of what he was trying to achieve: to cross the boundary between life and death and come back again, and bring back an ability to aid in his people better living and successfully surviving their times.
Ah...but was Khufu from the fourth dynasty, or is he very much older? And was there more than one Khufu?...