here is a quote from the above link
"Huni, the last ruler of the 3rd Dynasty, who probably at least built the one located on Elephantine Island.
They are very different than the later, larger pyramids, having no internal chambers, nor any underground structures. Among them, only the pyramid in Zawiyet el-Meiyitin was not built on the west bank of the Nile. The purpose of these pyramids is a matter of dispute among Egyptologists, though without any chambers within or below, they could probably not have been true tombs. Nor has any evidence of a funerary cult been found near these pyramids, though some believe they might have been centotaphs (fake tombs) of queens. Others believe they might have been shrines connected with the myth of Horus and Seth, or perhaps predecessors of the later sun temples, while still others believe they represented the primeval mound on which life was created. In fact, we may never completely understand their purpose, unless other evidence is uncovered."
It's not my "view," samspade. It's the current consensus of Egyptology. It's not even clear where much of your information is coming from, aside from the internet.
I cannot make you see my position, nor is there any requirement for you to do so. I perfectly understand that. What frustrates me, however, is how you seem to ignore the point-by-point synopsis of research I've presented, such as the weak and unreliable evidence for linking Huni to the Elephantine pyramid. Is it possible Huni built this one? Yes, it's possible, but the evidence as it stands is not very credible, so stating it as a fact is misleading. The evidence for Sneferu having built all of them is not rock solid, either, but it's certainly on stronger ground.
Look at the paragraph you yourself quoted. It more or less dismisses the premise of cenotaphs. The one exception is an old theory equating them with the cenotaphs of queens, which is a rather silly idea in the first place. This is not something Egyptology posits any longer. You're either missing or ignoring a wealth of current research.
You also still seem to be evading my request for your source for claiming Huni died away from Egypt. What's up with that?
You are free to believe what you want. No one can deny you that. Just don't be surprised, at least in this case, if your belief is incorrect.