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The Mystery of the Sphinx

Egyptologists explore the mysteries of the alignment of the Egyptian Pyramids with the Constellation of Orion, and discuss the clues that the Sphinx was built in the 11th century B.C.E during the age of Leo. Investigators explore theories and ask questions to try to unravel the hidden meaning behind these ancient monuments.

Discover the mysteries of Egypt in this video series.

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3 thoughts on “The Mystery of the Sphinx

  1. Robert’s looking at this from a new way of seeing the Pyramids and their purposes..is a ground breaking idea…and it is making so much more SENSE..loved watching the entire series of videos…Namaste..Roshandra

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  2. It is good to see people with new approaches. As we become more open-minded as to what history and begin to place symbols and events into climatological and cultural time-lines, we will find wonderful information about our ancestors. Before the flooding of the Nile there was no Egypt. According to historian Duncan-Enzmann the sphinx was built long before the oldest pyramids, before there was an Egypt, ca. 6000 BC, by the same culture that built the megaliths. The sphinx is carved out of a Yardung (an outcropping of rock left after erosion), and was most likely a lion, or a lady-lion before the face was re-carved to be a pharaoh. The Giza sphinx faces east, toward the rising sun, an alignment typical of northern European megaliths. The sphinx symbol depicts the the Great Year at Equinox (a Great Year is 26,000 years), a symbol combining Virgo and Leo, at the turn of the zodiacal cycle. (ref: Symbology: Decoding Classic Images).

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  3. The Giza sphinx was made ca. 10,000 BC, according to Duncan-Enzmann. It was carved from an outcropping of rock called a Yardung – rock that is left when the land around it erodes away. It is the largest single-stone sculpture in the world, and was probably a female, or lion head originally. That it faces east is not incidental; like other megalithic structures it was used as an observatory. Two columns, or ashera poles, were placed in front of it ca. 6000 BC to facilitate measuring movement of stars.  

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