14 Replies to “Mystery of the Sphinx – part 3”

  1. Hm, so if one took samples at Mount Rushmore, one could conclude that monument is millions of years old… The ancient Egyptians probably saw an allready ‘weathered’ rock, roughly shaped as a lion and carved the Sphynx out of it… Could explain why the head is a little off as well.

  2. THE GIZA MONUMENTS , ARE SAYING ONLY ONE THING TO THE WORLD . THAT LONG AGO WHEN MOST HUMANS WERE STILL UNORGANIZED , WE HERE WERE , SUCH THAT WE COULD BUILD THESE .NOT FOR ROYALTY. BUT BY USING THE ONLY MATERIAL AVAILABLE , STONE. IT WAS THE STONE AGE ? THEY ARE A GREAT FEAT BUT ONLY TO PEOPLE THAT DON’T BUILD THIS WAY.SCIENTISTS,ARCHEOLOGISTS ARE SURPRISED,THEY DON’T BUILD.YOU DON’T ASK A PHARAOH HOW TO DO IT, YOU ASK THE WORKFORCE,ON SITE, THEY KNOW. GIANFRANCO FRONZI.JUNE /9 / 12

  3. There’s a huge flaw: preservation of knowledge. How did the knowledge and wisdom from the previous civilization survive for 8,000 years between 10,000BC and the building of the Pyramids 2,000BC? A black box, yes, but: who preserved it for 8,000 years? Who in 2,000BC knew how to read an 8,000 year old instruction manual? How come the 2,000BC civilization suddenly lost it’s ability to preserve knowledge in return?

  4. Head re-done by someone?????????? -I personally don’t believe in this presumptions with all respect to these men .The more Egyptologists are exploring the sites the more they are sinking into unknown and actually is getting more exciting because they even do not know to read properly the hieroglyphs (If they knew it the mysteries would have been solved long time ago wouldn’t it?)

  5. egyptians certainly interacted with that civilization and engaged in an exchange of knowledge, otherwise the great pyramids, although built by the egyptians of 4,500 years ago, would not have been aligned to signify that ancient time period of 12,500 years ago. This documentary is just trying to say that Egypt’s knowledge is much older and deeper, and dates back way more than 4,500 years. 🙂

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