> Face it without the diligent professional hard
> work of Egyptologists (No Hawass is not the only
> one ever)
> regardless of disagreement or any mistakes then
> you ( and including many armchair Alternative
> history writers including your favourite SC) would
> likely know extremely little, if anything, about
> Ancient Egypt.
Of course most of the hard lifting of exploring ancient Egypt and translating the language has been done by Egyptologists. Without their work almost nothing would be known and the Great Pyramid could be in even worse shape with even more of the evidence destroyed.
But this doesn't make their assumptions not to stink.
> It is added that the spirit of the northern
> Pyramid had been observed to pass around it in the
> shape of a beardless boy with large teeth and a
> sallow countenance that the spirit of the western
> Pyramid was a naked woman with large teeth who
> seduced people into her power and then made them
> insane she was to be seen at mid day and at sunset
> and that the guardian of the coloured Pyramid in
> the form of an old man used to scatter incense
> round the building with a thuribulum like that
> used in Christian churches
I've seen this before.
> Do you reckon they knew what they were talking
Nobody knows what they are talking about. But everyone, all life, always makes sense in terms of their premises. There are many reasons a story might not make sense to us. That it is fiction or a lie are only a couple of them.
I believe the only things that can shed light on reality are evidence and logic. Everyone has an opinion. None of them count for much of anything at all other than providing insights to their premises.