posted on Jun, 7 2010 @ 01:04 PM
reply to post by freighttrain
Or if the paws are hands placed on his legs as he's sitting on a thrown.
as in this picture. The back end would have been under so much pressure from the sand and wind storms that it is possible the sand harden into a stone
When uncovering the beast, it would have been easy to sculpt it to look like a lion to hide the truth.
Why is it the great beast that is the sphinx has eroded more then the pyramids? when the pyramids are bigger and would have been more prone to erosion
due to all the sand storms. the side of the pyramids do not have as much erosion compared to the sphinx. and how did the pyramids erode evenly?
I find it weird for you would think it would be opposite the top would have eroded more then the bottom for it would have had more exposure to sand,
and the erosion would not be even.
I'll add I'm sure we all know why the tops of the pyramids have very little erosion for they were once capped in gold, the caps were stolen and
replaced with rock.
back to the sphinx if it takes 50 years to cover in sand and some state the sphinx is 10,000 years old. it would have been covered very quickly and
left under the sand untouched by wind and sand storms.
you say water eroded the pyramids and sphinx. well I'm sure it rains enough to soak threw the ground i'm guessing some few hundred feet in the heat
of the desert with not dirt but the driest sand known to man. does any of this make sense. when you break it down, you can tell something is being
hidden on the sole fact that nothing around the sphinx and and pyramids makes any sense what so ever.
I will also add, Camels were recorded in hylographs (excuse the spelling) and prove they were around when the pyramids where built. did you know 1
camel has the strength of 10 horses, so 10 camels = 100 horses, 100 camels is the same as 1000 horses. camels hold vast amounts of water and can go
days without drinking do you not think humans used these great animals to succeed in this great thing called life.
please this is just some food for thought