Seeing the Sphinx at dawn, within days of the Summer Solstice, affords a great chance to get up close for pictures. As John Anthony West and Dr Robert Schoch pointed out, the Sphinx Enclosure and body show clear, irrefutable signs of prolonged precipitation-based weathering. In fact, it is a textbook example of such, as any geologist would agree. Egyptologists and archaeologists however, are made quite uncomfortable by this fact, as it contradicts their entire timeline – stating that the Sphinx was created by Khafre (or Chephren) in the mid 3rd century BC.
Geological proofs put its construction several millennia earlier at least, but when one recognizes the keys of the Egyptian symbols, we understand that these monuments are locked into the stars and are time-stamped by their alignments within the great precessional cycle. We realize that the Sphinx must have been built around 10,500 BC, when it was gazing directly at the heliacal rising point of the constellation Leo, at the dawn of the Age of Leo. The Sphinx was originally carved with a full sized head of a lioness, according to Schoch and many others. This was in a time when the Sahara desert did not exist yet – when the Nile Delta was a lush rain forest.
See The Mystery of the Sphinx (Documentary)
and Magical Egypt (Series)