> Sam complains..."But I'm crazy for saying you
> can't understand anything in a book of incantation
> unless you're crazy."
> What you fail to appreciate is that my madness and
> that of Academic consensus is a "Divine Madness".
> It is That appreciation of man's quest for
> divinity that is Totally Beyond Your
All consciousness seeks patterns and this is the very basis of life itself. Humans have complex language which allows knowledge to accumulate generationally so we see even more patterns to nature and many people will intuit that these patterns are caused by a consciousness that created them. It's far above my pay grade to know if they are right or wrong; to each his own.
But whether or not a deity exists is irrelevant to modern science until such time as an experiment can be designed to test it. What is relevant to modern science is that we build models of experiment and Egyptologists build models of observations. All models are beliefs and the farther these models stray from experiment the less they have to do with science. The more interpolation and extrapolating that creates these models the more they stray from true science.
Egyptology has strayed far too far from science since they have never systematically applied modern technology and knowledge to studying the pyramids. They have never applied statistical analysis to the Ancient Language or they'd have seen the incongruities that prove it is wholly dissimilar to modern language. They have never sought a literal meaning to the Pyramid Texts. They will not take input from scientists nor anyone else and refuse to discuss the facts, the logic, or why they won't apply modern science. They have models built on several erroneous assumptions and m,any people can see right through their pronouncements. This makes them ever more sensitive to criticism or any kind of disagreement. They kick people and et als out of the old boys club for daring to question orthodoxy. They will never debate because it exposes their assumptions which are the very foundation of Egyptology.