> Those who read it find it comprehensible as a
> whole with some parts being unknown or mysterious.
> You seem to be unable to registered that others
> can read it just fine.
You do realize Egyptologists all agree it is magic and incantation?
How is it possible that magic and incantation make sense? Are you telling me that because one line in the text seems to say the king flies to heaven in a boat and several others contradict it that each is real? What SENSE what COMPREHENSION can possibly come from contradictory statements about how the king gets to heaven?
EVERY SINGLE THING EGYPTOLOGISTS BELIEVE ABOUT THEIR MAGIC IS CONTRADICTED IN THE PYRAMID TEXTS. How can you say it is comprehensible and anyone with a doctorate can read an English translation. Why does this make sense to you that their beliefs are contradicted and nobody can read a translation without years of study???
These beliefs are irrational. Either the Pyramid Texts is translated or it is not. NO MIDDLE GROUND CAN EXIST. Obviously it isn't translated because it is contradictory. Most of the individual words are translated (there are exceedingly few words in Ancient Language) but the meaning is wholly lost as evidenced by the fact that it is contradictory. I just happen to have found the meaning in the formatting of the words because I didn't start with the assumption it was incantation.
> The AE believed in gods and magic - modern people
Modern people build models of their beliefs. They see the world only in terms of these models. When models are wrong their perceptions are wrong. We believe ancient people were stinky footed bumpkins who were changeless and dragged tombs up ramps. These models (these assumption) are each wrong. When we look at the pyramids (or anything) we don't see what we're looking at, we see our models.
Ancient people had no words for "thought" because they built no models. They had no words for "belief" because without "thought" there can be no belief.
We are stinky footed bumpkins, they were (primitive) scientists and metaphysicians. These are the attributes provided by nature for all individuals to survive.
> As explained to you hundreds of times before it
> acted as a motivating force the same force...
First, a shared belief obviously can motivate people. But it can't give them the ability to do the impossible or to act without leaving evidence. Egyptologists almost invariably wax poetic about their religion giving them strength and wisdom. THIS CAN'T BE.
You must find an EVIDENCED means that is logical and not contradicted by physical evidence. You can't wave your arm and make the disc a bowl or a pyramid a tomb.
WHERE IS THE EVIDENCE?
> The AE believed in Gods and magic - they so state
> it. You stating otherwise is a bit irrational.
They didn't even have the word "belief". WHAT THEY ACTUALLY SAID WAS THAT THE GODS WERE BORN. They even announced on the Palermo Stone "the birth of min". They didn't say that on this date (24th year?) "we started believing in Min". They SAID min was born on such and such a date. They COULD NOT HAVE SAID THEY STARTED BELIEVING IN MIN BECAUSE THE WORD "believe" DID NOT EVEN EXIST.
These thing are all in the minds of Egyptologists and are contradicted by the literal meaning of what the great pyramid builders actually said.
> Humans are humans. You really need to talk to
> someone about your pathological hatred of
I do not dislike Egyptologists. I believe they are wholly mistaken about everything concerning the pyramids and their builders. They have made so many baseless assumptions that an obviously functional object is mistaken for a "ritualistic bowl". They are wrong and I've shown many times EXACTLY where they went wrong and how they can get back on track but instead they withhold important data from me and even from all the Peers.