Redating the great sphinx of giza
Scholars remain in disagreement over who had the Sphinx carved and when it was created, but all agree it is an impressive piece of work which, for centuries, was the largest sculpture in the world.The Sphinx measures 240 feet long (73 m) and stands 66 feet high (20 m), oriented on a straight west-to-east axis.But if Manichev and Parkhomenko are correct, it's a paradigm changer. His book The Giza Death Star, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".The Great Sphinx of Giza is the most instantly recognizable statue associated with ancient Egypt and among the most famous in the world.
Amenhotep II's son, prince Thutmose, fell asleep one night near the Sphinx and had a dream in which the statue spoke to him complaining of its state and how the sand pressed upon it.
Other Egyptologists, and scholars, professors, and historians from outside the field, have claimed the Sphinx is much older than the 4th-Dynasty date mainstream Egyptology continually insists on.