You almost followed the argument. Very few are making any attempt at all.
To understand the pyramids you have to see it through the eyes of someone who has no words for "belief" and doesn't even experience "thought". They didn't organize their knowledge in taxonomies and knew all things were unique in a universe governed by logic and simple axioms even a rabbit would understand. I often say Egyptians didn't think like Egyptologists but for most practical purposes they didn't "think" at all. "Thinking" is a linear process modern humans programmed by modern language use. It is a process mostly of comparing sensory input (internal or external) to beliefs. They had no beliefs and their thinking was multidimensional just like their language. Just as the language lacked words for beliefs they wouldn't understand the concept of "belief".
When they said the "king is the pyramid" they meant it literally. After the volatile components of his corporeal being were reduced and the smoke went up to heaven he was literally the pyramid. There was nothing left of him but the new body that was built for him after he was "justified" by proving his heart was literally the same weight as a feather (per the funicular). As the pyramid he was remembered every single time someone looked and he came to mind. As a memory his decrees, preferences, desires, and ability to protect his subjects came to mind. As such he watched over his people eternally since the pyramid was for the purpose of preserving his memory and self even between generations.
This really isn't that complicated but I don't know how to put it in words that have any affect at all on people who already know everything like all modern people. How do you tell people how science works when everyone thinks he's a genius so of course science works? How do you talk about metaphysics when people refuse to even use a dictionary to see what it means? How do you say this without saying things like G1 was a mnemonic and a time capsule as evidenced by Egyptology's refusal to even do the most basic testing. They are afraid of the pyramid, afraid of the truth, and afraid of anyone who doesn't agree with them.
As long as Egyptology sees the ancients through Egyptologists' eyes they will never see the truth because the Egyptians were not like Egyptologists. They were different.