MA: I have not seen a single "orthodox" writer comment, like I did here, on how the "n" ended up upside down on the rafter. The scenario is mine.
They do not identify specific signs but tend to speak of them in collective terms, noting that the inscriptions appear in a variety of orientations upon the blocks and that this assorted arrangement came about as a result of the builders seeking the best and most efficient means of placing a particular block within the chamber - this is to say the builders would not have been at all concerned with ensuring the so-called 'quarry marks' were correctly upright in the chamber.
Your video merely visualises what is already believed by mainstreamers to have occurred. And fair enough - as far as it goes, it is a useful contribution. Just not the correct one, imo.
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