> We all have funerary rites, funnily enough.
So why do I have an overp[owering desire to ask what funerary rites have to do with an Egyptian great pyramid?
But all this is beside the point. My point is that eygptologists have changed letters, inserted words, left out words, and flatly assumed definitions. And these antics have given us, in many instances, a completely false definition of crucial words such as Khufu, Sothis, Sphinx, Apis, Harmachis, King, RA, etc. If the definitions are false, the conclusions that follow are false. The definitions should be thrown out because they were established using a faulty methodology.