being three months into the site now, after years of Trial and Error, we are absolutely convinced that the way we present You of reading the glyphs, in their context, is Correct:
You will find the link to this chapter "the two opposing realms" in the menu on the introduction page.
however, the weird lacuna is within every ancient text: the word "the king" and "murdered" can be correct: but it's not the same whether "the king wás murdered", or "the king [himself] murdered";
....this lacuna is the reason we kept the Drafts in most of CT and BD, until their context is clear -- since they all describe a part of the huge Mosaic: and when the very context of that mosaic is clear, we can fill in those crucial minor words -- not inverse !
hence, the chapter "two opposing realms " is most crucial, in order to gather the very context of the hieroglyphic lines"