Those are depictions of the hathoric columns which adorn the temple entrance and the sun is in a solar barge: the sun god Ra carries the resurrected pharaoh across the heavens. They were real funeral barges.
Perhaps the most famous funeral barge is the one which was buried in the 'boat pit' beside the pyramid at Giza. It has been re-constructed and is an exhibit in the Cairo museum.
The presence of the solar barge in a crypt is not evidence of electricity, Will, of which there is no evidence.
It is certainly evidence of ritual associated with death, funerals and the Afterlife - of which archaeological evidence abounds and is found repeated elsewhere across Egypt.
Here, for example: [www.crystalinks.com]
Or here from the the tomb of Tutankhamen, which is the same as your claim of the Dendera "High Voltage Tesla kicker coil" - or just a necklace, with other eyes.
Given that Tut's tomb was NEVER plundered in antiquity and remained sealed until 1922, don't you think it odd that no electrical equipment, generators, coils, bulbs or plasma tubes were found there?
Oh, but there was a Menat necklace with a barge transporting the sun (or moon), just like your Tesla coil.
Your naivety in thinking you were the only person ever to question an erroneous "fact" in a textbook serves only to consolidate Fuzzy's point that your ego will not allow to concede that - on this point about the Menat necklace - you are indeed very wrong.
Post Edited (09-May-14 17:52)