Camsecrets - Egyptian sphinx carbon dating

There has been some research into the possibilities of the alignment and therefore the timing, but it is considered not factual by traditional egyptian historians.

It seems breaking through the historically accepted views to have alternative possibilities considered is near on impossible.

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But one thing comes to mind immediately.......doesn't the head of the Sphinx depict an Egyptian king? I have been interested in the the ancient civilizations for some time and it has always been my belief that the age of these structures is not what they say it is. ok i was gonna post a pic of his face so we can see it then i found this article

I'm sure there was no Egyptian kingdom 12,000 years ago. The ancients were alot older than what common consensus says. Lif ENcircle S i can see you argument, but picture this, you are the head of s civilization that happens to have a giant cat with wierd regal cat statue in its back yard. wouldnt you emulate this god greature in your appearance to give yourself credibility? the head is really way out of proportion for the body.

is that right for a people who could build a geometrically perfect pyramid in alignment to the poles?

Originally posted by Schlotzkins Wow, very interesting.

Measuring carbon-14 levels in artefacts made of organic material allows archaeologists to determine their age.

Archaeologists throughout the world use radiocarbon dating, but surprisingly, no high-precision dating work had been done on Egyptian artefacts before.I'm going to come back to this when I have time to read those links.But one thing comes to mind immediately.......doesn't the head of the Sphinx depict an Egyptian king?I'm sure there was no Egyptian kingdom 12,000 years ago. Therefore at some time people must have recarved the likeness of a ruler onto it thus making the head much smaller.Some people have speculated that when the Sphynx was originally carved it was Anubis, if you believe that to be true the original head was much bigger (to match the body). The timeframes being suggested for the sphinx's carving sits very well with archaeo-astronomy of the age where Leo was rising before the Sun in the mornings about 10,500BC in a direct line to the Sphinx.This contrasts starkly with the "orthodox" Egyptological dating for the Sphinx of around 4,500 years ago. ref 3 Co-incidentally other one-time myths ref 4 recently rediscovered - either fortuitously or by hard-slog archeological search - fit the same time-slot for a build-date.

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