Because these conclusions require a re-dating of the Sphinx to an earlier time before the construction of large monuments, this theory has not been accepted by mainstream Egyptologists.
The problem of dating the Great Egyptian Sphinx construction is still valid, despite of the long-term history of its research.
Geological approach in connection to other scientific-natural methods permits to answer the question about the relative age of the Sphinx.
As we mentioned here on Ancient Pages, the mysterious enormous underground labyrinth of Egypt holds secrets kept from the outside world.
The lost labyrinth, full of hieroglyphs sculpted for eternity in its endless stone walls is believed to contain all knowledge of ancient Egypt.
It could be one of the most important discovery in human history, but its location is unknown.
Now, two historians, Gerry Cannon and Malcolm Hutton who previously suggested that the Great Sphinx of Giza once had a twin, have put forward a new controversial theory.The documentary reveals researchers discovered that the Sphinx’s body and head were disproportionate, suggesting it was not originally a pharaoh.Historical architect Dr Jonathan Foyle, who worked with Mr Reader on the project, said: “The head and body were massively out of proportion.These lakes were distributed in the territories adjacent to the Nile.The absolute mark of the upper large erosion hollow of the Sphinx corresponds to the level of water surface which took place in the Early Pleistocene.Genetic resemblance of the compared erosion forms and the geological structure and petrographic composition of sedimentary rock complexes lead to a conclusion that the decisive factor of destruction of the historic monument is the wave energy rather than sand abrasion in Eolian process.