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Shocking Hidden Mysteries Of The Ancient Great Sphinx Revealed

Liviu Nichiforiuc
Published on 19 Jun 2019 / In Documentaries

The Sphinx was not mentioned by the hieroglyphics of the Egyptians because it was made before the hieroglyphics of the Egyptians were made. It makes perfect seance if the Sphinx was made in the Lion age as it actually is that is 12000 years ago in the time of King Gilgamesh not in the time of the Pharaohs. This also makes perfect seance considering how heavy the Sphinx stone head is, no man power could pick it up, but in the time of King Gilgamesh, 12000 years ago giants existed together with normal sized humans, as King Gilgamesh is a giant too and his Tumb is found with his body too proving by fact that King Gilgamesh was a giant Nephamin Anunaki.

The Great Sphinx holds ancient secrets, that have recently been revealed. Discover the secrets about the Sphinx that are unknown.

5 shocking Mysteries about The Great Sphinx

Experts say the Great Sphinx was built as a tribute to Khufu The Pharaoh in ca 2500 B.C. But The face on the Sphinx does not match any known depiction of Khufu, or his son Khafre. It doesn't seem to have been built in the likeness of anyone else for that matter. Why is this is unusual? Egyptian Craftsman took great care to portray their Pharaoh with accuracy to show respect for their living king. There has been extensive forensic analysis done to try and match the face of the sphinx, with known pharaohs using everything from scanning technology to simple drawings done by police sketch artists. No matches have been found. Former NYPD forensic artist Frank Domingo definitively proved that the face on the Sphinx and known carvings of Khafre were not even remotely similar. The face on the Sphinx, according to Mr. Domingo represents an individual with clearly African or Nubian descent.
There's more... If the Sphinx was built to the likeness of these pharaohs as science claims, Why are the proportions of the sphinx so inaccurate? The size of the head is way out proportion to the rest of the body. At 241 total feet in length and 66 feet in height, the head is significantly smaller than the rest of the monolith. Egyptian craftsman would have created an exact image of their pharaohs, if that was their intention. The Sphinx was clearly remade in the form of a human face, but who is it? How would the Pharaoh allow such a monument... A monument that doesn't look like them at all?

There are alleged chambers below the Sphinx. Using ground penetrating sonar, chambers were confirmed! This evidence was blocked by the Egyptian and world Governments. Top Egyptologists even claim that there are no chambers, yet video and picture evidence proves them wrong. Zahi Hawass the Director of the Giza Pyramids Excavation was even filmed crawling through one of the chambers in the 80's. Then, years later he claimed that they did not exist. In 2009, Mr. Hawass led a project to reduce groundwater that was pooling under the monument. He excavated the area in front of the paws of the statue and eventually went public with new information... There are no chambers beneath the Great Sphinx. Interesting, because a seismic study done in 1992 and a radar test done in 1996 conclusively prove that there are more than just natural chambers below the monument. These chambers are said to house a hall of records for a long lost civilization. Another interesting fact is that Red granite, which is not native to the Giza plateau, was found beneath the paws, in 1980. The closest source for red granite was Aswan, which is over 100 miles away. This shows that work was done at some time underneath the great Sphinx... this is the same granite used to build the chambers in the pyramids.

Science claims that the sphinx was built in the age of the bull. The Sphinx is a lion, and therefor does not correspond to the age of the bull. The age of the bull started around 4300 B.C. and ended around 2150 B. C. The ancient Minoans created paintings depicting elaborate ceremonies of them leaping over bulls. In the Bible, Moses came down from mount Sinai to find some of his followers worshipping a golden calf. wAncient Egyptians held the bull deity 'Apis' in extremely high regard. Yet, with all of their knowledge and experience, why would they build an immense monument of a lion during the age of Taurus the bull?? This is completely ridiculous. But this is what science is telling you! The age of Leothe LION started around 12,000 years ago, and would see the constellation Leo rising up directly between the paws of the Sphinx in the night sky from 10,500 B.C. to 8,300 B.C.

Erosion patterns, present along the body of the Sphinx were clearly done by water. But science and Egyptologists claimed that wind is responsible for the erosion. The only time that there was enough water in Northern Africa to affect this monument was prior to 7,000 B.C. When weather patterns from the north brought moisture from the glaciers south. This created a giant inland lake where the Sahara desert is today. Top geologists state that water is responsible for the erosion of the sphinx, but Egyptologists claim to know better. They tell us that this is the only example ever found that shows wind erosion looks like water erosion. If left to nature, the Sphinx would be buried up to its neck in sand, leaving only the head visible. This lends little credence to the wind erosion theory. Wind would bury the sphinx not erode it
There's no known description anywhere in any ancieThe Egyptian civilization took great pride in their handiwork. They documented their cultural achievements with detailed hieroglyphics on the surfaces of everything they built. But, they did not document the Sphinx?

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