Date: March 18, 2020 04:51PM
Steve Clayton Wrote:
> OK, that caught my attention... Please do tell me.
Here's another one;
1146a. N. is the pouring down of rain; he came forth as the coming into being of water;
They said over and over that the king is the pyramid; that the dead king was knit together as the pyramid. Just as the dead king is the rain itself which is moisture from clouds condensed onto dust particles that fall the pyramid condenses around the king. If water is "condensing" around the king then maybe it's rain water being transported by the winding watercourse.
I would ask even if the line refers to the afterlife, why would they believe there were different laws of nature in the Elysium Fields than on earth? Doesn't the Nile still flow downhill and the winding watercourse still wind? If they understood the hydraulic cycle on earth wouldn't it still exist in heaven? These lines can be interpreted to mean EXACTLY what Steve Clayton is talking about! Meanwhile Egyptology never seemed to notice the builders mustta understood the hydraulic cycle in order to write what they wrote. They said the wind dried and the rain fell from clouds. They saw the rivers flow down to the sea. And notice there are no abstractions here. We can't blow our nose without abstractions but they mightta had none at all.
Unfortunately, my attempt to make "accurate" topo maps of the general area, is in vain. At lease with Google Maps and Terrain generation software. I read how Google is more accurate in some areas than others. Africa, being one in which it is not accurate. This is BS. They could be just as accurate, should they choose to do so. As my
software depends on Google, unless you pull way back out of the picture, seeing practically nothing, the imagery is useless. Again, I recall being told the area is of Military importance, and this is why Google distorts my imagery.
I will have to rethink this. There are new CAD slicing programs, which may work better. Sorry for the delay, I will go down that path for now.