Egyptologists haven’t figured out yet: Why Pharaohs Were Buried Under Pyramids With Built-In Chapel

Egyptologists haven’t yet figured out why Pharaohs built pyramids, why Pharaohs were buried under their pyramids, nor why a chapel was built-in it.

Once the Egyptian myths of “spirit gods” in “Sacred Mountains” and false doors with emerging spirit-godsMastaba Tomb of Idu: false door with spirit-god emerging from sacred mountain are understood, the answer becomes straightforward: The pharaohs’ mummies were understood as divine seeds, planted under their own personally-pre-fab “sacred mountain”, from which they were expected to sprout from their mummy cocoon as a spirit-god and emerge from the stone mountain through a false portal into the adjoining chapel to visit and intercede for the people with their fellow Egyptian star-gods.

When the pre-fab “mountains” (pyramids) failed to work (delivering the spirit-god pharaohs), later pharaohs resorted to building chapels into natural mountains in an attempt to similarly resurrect and commune with the pharaoh buried in the mountain (or mountain range). This is later seen in the funerary chapel of Khat-shepset Tutmoses.

The 3-tiered funerary temple of Khat-shepset Tutmoses dates from the time of Mōsh•ëh, the eruption of Kallistei (Santorini or Thera) and the Yᵊtzi•âh.

This means that the architect and builder of the 3-tiered temple—with court, Sanctuary and Holy of Holies of Khat-shepset Tutmoses, built by Sen-​en-​Mūt who was the paramour of Khat-shepset Tutmoses, was a contemporary of the Hebrew Pharaonic Prince in the Pharaoh’s Royal household, along with the Pharaonic Princess who had found him as an infant in the reeds of the Nile outside her palace: [Egyptian personal name not recorded] TutThe Egyptian idol name omitted by Torah prohibition against uttering idol namesmoses!''incarnate'' in Egyptian

There’s no question that the 3-tiered temple—with court, Sanctuary and Holy of Holies, built by Sen-​en-​Mūt is the identical design handed down to Shᵊlōmōh haMëlëkh, the practically identical design of the Beit haMi•qᵊdâsh!

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