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NEW EVIDENCE THAT THE SPHINX PREDATES THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATION

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The Great Sphinx of Giza is one of the most well-known and enigmatic structures that the world has ever known and many in public have been told over the years that the Sphinx was built by the Egyptians. Interestingly, new evidence could suggest that an alien culture that predates the ancient Egyptian Civilization had a role to play.

 
No concrete examples of data about the purpose, origin or accurate age of the Sphinx exist in history so far to completely suggest that the ancient Egyptians did it all themselves. Evidence even suggests the Giza plateau was heavily flooded in the past leading to possible credence for Noah’s Ark. 
 
At 241 feet long and 66 feet high, the Great Sphinx of Giza is confirmed as the largest monolith statue on the Planet Earth. The Great Sphinx is believed to have been discovered in AD 1817 when the first modern archaeological dig by Giovanni Battista Caviglia found the Sphinx’s chest and lower body underneath the sand
 
 THE SPHINX COULD BE AROUND 800,000 YEARS OLD 
 
Antediluvian civilizations are advanced societies that existed before the Great Flood.
 
 Could an ancient culture that existed and flourished on the River Nile before the rise of the Ancient Egyptian Civilization? Well, Ukrainian researchers and scientists have said that the monument could be around 800,000 years old. 
 
Physical evidence has been shown of water erosion at the Giza Plateau in regards to its monuments like the Sphinx which is truly important for researchers as this shows possible signs that the Sphinx and the well-known pyramids were once submerged under water. 
 
No written texts exist in detail about the Sphinx to confirm why and who carved the great monument. In some scriptures from the Egyptians. The sphinx is referred to as balhib and bilhaw and even as Hor-em-akht which can be roughly translated to Horus in the Horizon or the Place of Horus .

 

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