In your reply to Martin you stated:
I would sooner believe the pyramid is a razor blade sharpener than a home for a dead king's ba.
Yet, in an exchange elsewhere on this very thread - below if you need reminding – you talked out of the other side of your mouth:
There, you argued that the pyramid was a structure built in memory of the dead king because his life force, energy, spirit, soul or his ‘ba’ if you will, ascended to Heaven as smoke when he was “cremated” atop the pyramid, according to your - shall we say ‘unique’ - take on the funerary rites of the pyramid builders. The stone pyramid existed so the people had a permanent reminder of their dead king, and – interestingly – because you claim that the dead king (personified now as 2 million stone blocks!) could “watch over them eternally”.
All this, irrespective of your other equally ludicrous claims that the AEs did not have “spiritual belief” in their cultural practices.
A “home for the dead king’s ba” is a far, far closer ascription of the function of the pyramid than a razor blade sharpener, given your arguments of its function elsewhere in this thread.
Edited: to correct a typo.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 09-Apr-19 20:45 by eyeofhorus33.