> Their methods really are too simple for our civilizations
> complex mathematical brains to understand, I believe that much
> the same might be said to the translations of the PT and other
> writings, we quite simply do not grasp the context.
I'm in agreement with all of your post but particularly the part quoted here.
What's really needed is more effort put into understanding the mathematical texts and other writings. This stuff isn'trocket science but the people who invented it were just as smart and just as capable as any rocket scientist or brain surgeon. Modern people are wholly missing the points so we assign our own prejudices and beliefs to what they actually left behind.
It's very ironic that until a health problem interceded I was very mathematically oriented and one of my stongest abilities was, like you, I could deconstruct almost any mathematical system. Now most of this is behind me and anything not soluble through intuition is very difficult for me; especially the cold brutal logic of math and different means to "number reality". When I run out of other leads I might still sit down and try to decipher their math. While their math is a black box to me what I do know is their their science was quite extensive. They had far more knowledge than they get credit for and this knowledge was expressed far more simply than we express anything. They looked at everything from the "inside" and if you look at numbers from the inside an ordinal system is suggested. How this is extrapolated to involve manipulation of quantities is something I'm trying to work on but with no real progress. I believe that the math might prove to be key to showing that the meaning of what they wrote is actually in context.
I believe the ancient science is still highly relevant to the species and perhaps moreso now than anytime in the last 4000 years. While ancient findings and knowledge might no longer be of great importance the process might be. While our giant brains can't manipulate the language and math I believe computers can.
The pyramid most likely does intentionally or inadvertantly contain a great deal of ancient math in its construction or measures. The pyramid and its math can be key to understanding our ancestors; our real ancestors and not the caricatures of humans painted by the paradigm. It might even be key to uniting ancient and modern science with an actual legitimate methodolgy rather than postulating an infinite number of pyramids built with an infinite number of ramps. Theoretical science has been stuck since the 1930's and is hung up on the unified field theory. Perhaps we could even get unstuck and see some real "Egypt Energy"!
I believe all the informatiuon is there if we merely seek it. Quit "digging for ramps", "divining bones", and "counting pot shards" and just do some real science and see what can be found.