He analyzed the erosion marks on the surface of the majestic monument coming to conclusions that have been very difficult to assimilate.In collaboration with geophysicist Thomas Dobecki and geologist Robert Schoch of the Boston University, a thorough analysis of the limestone of the Sphinx was conducted, concluding that the erosion was the result of extensive rain. The answer would prove to be a key detail in the accurate dating of the Sphinx.
This points to the fact that the Sphinx was constructed much before Khufu and not by him as some suggest.In the ancient world, it didn’t get much better than being Pharaoh.Great food, fancy clothes, piles and piles of gold, you could have just about anything you want. A recent study from Paris’s Pierre and Marie Curie University has shown that a dagger found in king tut’s tomb, along with several other ancient iron tools from around the world, was not made from ordinary metal it has extraterrestrial origins—and was forged from meteorites.The god promised Tuthmosis the throne if he removed the sand which covering the Sphinx. He became pharaoh and not only cleared the sand but promoted Ra-Hor-em akhet above Amon-Ra – heralding perhaps the rejection of Amun by Akhenaten in favor of the Aten, which was represented as a sun disk.Interestingly, according to senior forensic expert Frank Domingo of the New York Police Department, using his own detailed measurements taken of the Sphinx, determined through forensic drawings and computer analysis that the face of the Sphinx and the face seen on signed statues of Khafre could not be one and the same person In the early nineties, John Anthony West began questioning the dating of the mysterious Sphinx.