>A lot of words there, but the picture you posted of a lid and
>the bulbs at Dendera are not similar AT ALL.
Other than it's "bulbed"-shaped in 2d...... i.e. a planer slice through an object that is round headed with tapered sides converging towards its foot (that is the 2D shape of Wereshnefer's sarcophagus lid and sarcophagus). Enlighten us again what one imagines a bulb-shape actually is in 2 dimensions?
>>there are ones more rounded to fit a particular imagined
>So you did not bother to post those, do they also have a snake
>crawling on the top of the lid?
>Would it not be easier to just confess that the bulbs at
>Dendera are not coffin lids and that you and Fuzzy are in the
>wrong about that particular brain fart?
I never said it was a "coffin lid". I've actually stated 2 posts ago in this subthread that I have no idea what it is, and to now better emphasize that........ I don't actually care what it is! If one wants to imagine that there are no "bulbed"-shaped "coffin lids" with "snakes" on them in ancient Egypt one should expect that inconsistency with reality (in which that golden nugget of pyrite is used to promote this electricity nonsense), will be pointed out for what it is.
I would think it better if one just admits that what we're actually debating here is ones own 3d imagination of an artistically quite basic 2d representation which has popped the notion of an imaginary glass bulb shape out of someone's thin air....... that conveniently requires everything to exactly match that imagination which it so conveniently never will because it does not actually exist. There is no imaginary electricity, they didn't need it to cut granite and they didn't need it to illuminate their tomb painting either.............
Archae Solenhofen (firstname.lastname@example.org)