> Did it ever occur to you that neither I nor
> ancient Egyptians may be deluded or talking
There are exactly three possibilities here. The Pyramid Texts really are incantation as Egyptologists aver, it could be comprehensible, or it is neither. It can only be one of these. If you believe in magic and the power superstition then you might believe it is both incantation and comprehensible but neither science nor religion support the concepts of "effective magic" or the "power of superstition". Believing in magic doesn't make it real. No matter how superstitious the builders were it didn't make them either strong or wise. This is the REAL world not the land of fantasy.
I believe based on extensive evidence that this device was known as the "fire-pan/ "mks-sceptre"/ "flame under which the gods create' to the pyramid builders.
Magic of the kind Egyptology proposes isn't real and it wasn't real when the pyramids were built. The shape of this object is obviously functional (form follows function) and not magical nor does any evidence exist the creators believed it was magical and no logic supports the belief it was not functional or that it was ceremonial in nature. Egyptological belief is founded in assumptions, not logic, and certainly not evidence. It is ultimately founded in the assumption ancient people were just like Egyptologists and thought just like Egyptologists. They are so certain of this assumption they never noticed there was no word that even meant "thought" or "belief".
Ancient Egyptians were nothing at all like Egyptologists.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 24-Sep-19 22:03 by cladking.