posted on Jul, 31 2013 @ 03:55 AM
reply to post by Hanslune
Again this is a pronto-pyramid. Calling it a pyramid is a forcing the issue. It shows an evolution from the simpler
but in itself does not correlate with claiming that the great pyramids were tombs (I could
point several obvious differences), the most obvious is that the great pyramids' architectonic is superior.
Two hypothesis must be considered since dating is fuzzy
(Exact Date Pinned to Great Pyramid's
). They may be only attempts to copy, like the Pyramid of Cestius
mention or part of an evolution in construction that may indeed have a link to death rituals but again I object to the assumption that it must be so,
since there are no records to support it and there are indeed some specific distinctions for example (not supporting the view only showing a distinct
Egyptologists are fond of saying that the Great Pyramid is mute, with no Hieroglyphs cut into its walls. But this is really not quite true. Every
upper passage, chamber, gallery and shaft inside the Great Pyramid of Giza is an incredibly old, unmistakable, megalithic Hieroglyph for the words
seba and rut for "Ensouling Star door" and "Tunnel Opening gate." They are unmistakably reproduced in the Pyramid Texts of Saqqara. Egyptologists
should have told the world about these architectural hieroglyphs long ago. It might have removed much needless speculation about the Great Pyramid.
Egyptologists are also fond of imagining that they have already translated the Pyramid Texts, but this is not even remotely true. Already in the first
third of the twentieth century, the great German scholar Kurt Sethe was deciding to dismiss the first 212 Utterances of the Pyramid Texts ostensibly
because they were supposed to be just "largely ritual formulae." These mostly non-ritual texts covered more than the North walls of the Saqqara King's
Chambers -- with the "Eye of Heru" being written out 80 times, where it had survived. In 1969, R. O. Faulkner published the last attempt to translate
the Pyramid Texts. But Egyptologists still believe that these North wall writings of the Saqqara King's Chambers are just "offering rituals."
They are wrong on both counts. These texts are neither "offerings" nor largely "rituals." The "offering" idea hangs precariously on the supposed
meaning of the imperative phrase Me-en-ek as "Take-to-yourself (the Eye of Heru)," when it could just as well mean an archaic "See for yourself (the
Eye of Heru)" in which case there would be no offerings in the mostly non-ritual writings on the wall. The few ritual writings which are actually
there are divided off to themselves by 390 separation lines, unmistakably sculpted in the solid rock. But Egyptologists have chosen to ignore them and
have tarred all of these texts with the same ritual brush.
On the South walls of the Saqqara King's Chambers, Egyptologists think they see "resurrection ritual." But these texts are strictly non-ritual and do
not contain any ritual separation lines. The word sedjeb for "restore (to life)" is a causative verb se-djeb (a) for "make clothed (with a body)"
which any Hindu Sanskrit scholar would recognize as the verb "reincarnate."
We do not have to guess about the significance of these texts. They are self-explanatory. For example Utterance 302, out of a total of 700, begins (on
the North wall in the Queen's Chamber) with the expression Djed medu for "Said (in the Queen's Chamber facing North) were the words:" --- "whenever
the Sharp-pointed Star gleams (two palm-widths before the brow), it is because the Two Sets of Nine Spinal gods have purified in the Ursa Major
Polestar, that Star which knows not sweeping. --- " But the Great Pyramid speaker is describing the Northern sky as it looked 26,000 years ago!
Egyptologists see only "protective spells" on the West wall of the Saqqara King's Chamber. But the verb to protect is nowhere to be found. Worse
still, there are no actual spells. Some important details about seeing with the Eye can only be found on this wall. But these details have been lost
to the world, because Egyptologists have not been able to conceive of the non-ritual Eye of Heru. All that they know about now is the ritual Eye as a
ceremonial offering. The lost knowledge of the Star Opening of the Eye at two palm-widths is still accessible to the entire world on this West
From The Great Pyramid Texts By Clesson H. Harvey
(retired physics and chemistry
teacher, Clesson H. Harvey's education includes courses in Tibetan and ancient Egyptian religion)
edit on 31-7-2013 by Panic2k11 because: (no reason given)