New research reveals that major monuments, such as the Great Pyramid, the Sphinx and the overall surrounding area have suffered heavy floods from ancient history.
THE OLDEST OF THE WORLD’S SEVEN WONDERS JUST GOT A LOT OLDER
Although these mysteries remain unsolved, these recent discoveries help to shed some new light on what seems to be the lost history of the human race. It is true that this theory was first presented in 50’s and then later in a more convincing fashion in the early 90’s, but recent studies have made strides in validating that thesis.
Now, two Ukrainian researchers, Vjacheslav Manichev and Alexander Parkhomenko, have proposed a new provocative theory where the two scientists propose that the Great Sphinx of Egypt is around 800,000 years old! A remarkable theory but one that is backed up science.
The study was presented at the International Conference of Geoarchaeology and Archaeomineralogy held in Sofia.
The published study’s second paragraph opens as follows;
In the recent years one could observe the growth of interest in dating the construction of the Great Egyptian Sphinx (GES), which is determined, to a considerable extent, by new ideas
about geological factors which could influence its safety. In view of another interpretation of the geological and naturegeographical data the historical-archaeological method for determining the GES age (about 5000 years old) can prove to be unfounded. The authors of the report have another point of view in considering the problem. We have taken the GES age such as it was indicated by theosophist Yelena Blavatskaya in one of her basic works (1937).
She wrote: “Notice the indestructible witness of evolution of Human races, from Divine, and especially Androgynous race, the Egyptian Sphinx, that mystery of centuries”. According to Blavatskaya the time of GES erection should exceed 750000 years. Are there some geological indications which are evidence for such an old age of the Sphinx?
Through a wide range of scientific study and research, they eventually came to the conclusion that “Geological data from literary sources can suggest a possible Sphinx submersion in the Early Pleistocene, and its initial construction is believed to date from the time of most ancient history.”
It’s gonna be interesting to see what, if anything further develops from this.