The Great Pyramid Texts (Cont)
By Clesson H. Harvey
One of the strangest unrecognized facts in Egyptology is the really quite obvious connection between the Saqqara Pyramid Texts and the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Egyptologists have known for more than three quarters of a century, that for example there exists a very special set of these Utterances in the Saqqara Sarcophagus Chambers which are repeated on the very same wall in two or more of the five Saqqara Pyramids. But this perfect pattern of repetition has a profound meaning for Egyptology and cannot be safely dismissed.
Do Egyptologists really need to have the significance of these repetitions explained to them, before they can understand what they should have realized nearly a century ago? No competent Egyptologist can deny that these exclusively repeated Utterances are clearly classifiable as Sarcophagus or King's Chamber Texts, even belonging to the same walls. There can be no reasonable doubt that such Utterances belonged as much to the King's Chamber of the Great Pyramid as to the King's Chambers in the five Saqqara Pyramids. And this means that we really do have wonderful evidence for what actually took place in the King's Chamber of the Great Pyramid.
Utterances 23, 25, 32-57, 72-79, 81-96 and 108-141 belonged to the North wall and were said in the King's Chamber of the Great Pyramid or any sufficiently similar Pyramid.
Utterances 207-208, 210-212, 338-347, 355, 357, 459, 593-597, 599-602 and 604 belonged to the East wall of the King's Chamber, where with some help from the 'pun decipherment' of untranslated artificial words and using for the Egyptian letter 'a our English letter "short o" which came originally through Latin, Greek and Phoenician from the alphabetical 'ayin or "forearm" Hieroglyphic letter, Utterance 341 contains wonderful information about the Great Sphinx.
"Aker" is Hieroglyphically written out in the five Saqqara Pyramids with a dozen determinative pictographs clearly illustrating "the Great Sphinx."
Utterances 218 and 219 belonged exclusively to the South wall of the King's Chamber, where the 23 statue bases in 'Khafra's Valley Temple' are involved in 219.
Utterances 332, 335-336, 422-432, 437-438, 440-455 and 589-590 belonged exclusively to the West wall of the King's Chamber, where the Aker-Sphinx is again involved in 437 and what looks like Plato's Atlantis is twice referred to in 422 and 442.
Utterances 303-305 and 308 belonged exclusively to the North wall of the Queen's Chamber in the Great Pyramid,
Utterances 273-274, 277, 280-293, 295-296, 299, 384, 408 and 419-421 belonged exclusively to the East wall of the Queen's Chamber and
Utterances 260-261 and 488 may have belonged exclusively to the South wall of the Queen's Chamber but this cannot be confirmed by repetition owing to massive destruction in most of the South walls.There is an interesting Aker-Sphinx text in 261 which has survived.
Utterances 253-259, 467-468, 471-483 and 487 belonged exclusively to the West wall of the Queen's Chamber, where another Aker-Sphinx text is found in 483 and two more Atlantis references in 468 and 482.
All things considered, Plato's Atlantis looks like an Azores Islands superpower Capital of a worldwide Empire with some very strange secluded Rulers.
(To be continued)
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