Lost Limbs Foundation

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Just how old is the Great Pyramid?

Why is it so difficult for historian’s to come to terms with the geological evidence contained within the Great Pyramid and other structures at the Giza Plateau? In 1999-2000, Dr. Robert Schoch and John Anthony West provided compelling evidence that the Sphinx and its enclosure were cut and weathered thousands of years earlier than Egyptologists estimates. Yet according to American Archaeologist, Mark Lerner, who has studied the Sphinx for over 40 years, the massive sculpture appears to date back to the old kingdom in the 4th dynasty; during the rule of the Pharaoh Khafre. According the Egyptology, this would correspond to a period knows as the Old Kingdom which began around 2600 BC and lasted about 500 years. This theory dates the Sphinx to about 5,000 years old, which is the current and most popular theory by main stream Egyptologists. (Lerner bases his estimate on the analysis of the layers of stone slabs placed over the Sphinx’s crumbling ...
Continue Reading— New Geological Evidence for a Far Older Egyptian History (5 photos)