of the Pyramid Texts in this thread. It is about the PT so any inter-
pretation should be relevent. Since orthodox interpretation appears
so nonsensical I'll try to show how even the PT fit more closely to the
concept of astral projection than they do as a set of incantations for
the king to enter the afterlife. Since all the translators agree but
one I'll mostly limit my work to those who get the same meaning from
the work and use the same means of organizing it.
ROFL!!! I have a ramp obsession? Two egyptologists can't talk for three
seconds without pretending the means of building doesn't matter since ramps
have already been assumed. They are the only technologhy the primitives
might have possibly mastered so there can be no doubt that ramps were used.
The only question is what configuration but this isn't a question for po-
lite company and every idea gets shot down as unfeasible, unworkable, AND
Yes!!! Quite true on all counts.
But every siogle one of these people ay we don't know how the great
pyramids were built.
This is one of the arguments and denying the evidence exists is skip-
ping ahead to a conclusion. Let's just start (later) on the PT as astral
projection and see how tenuous orthodoxy is. Stick with evidence though
and not conclusions.
I'm waiting for them or anyone to show me why the evidence is ir-
relevent or to show me better evidence for another solution.
The last thing I want to do is try to understand orthodoxy. Literally.
Show me I'm wrong or you're right and then I'll care about ramps and
tombs. In the mean time I intend to continue to attempt to prove
I have absolutely no doubt that I could learn how to read and write
Egyptian and then translate the PT so it's even more supportive of my
ideas than it is now. This is the way peoples' minds work. So let's
save me years of hard work and pretend I have a version of the PT that
is 90% consistent with water rather than only 80%.
They sure spend enough time looking for ramps and not talking about them.