In case you didn’t know already, the world has been debating over the fact that the ancient Sphinx and the Great Pyramids of Giza were both submerged underwater in ancient times since forever now.
The fact of the matter is that this has always been considered a possibility especially considering the many different erosion marks that were discovered alongside the Sphinx. But, is still the only evidence? No.
A new discovery suggests so as experts Sherif El Morsi and Antoine Gigal have recently come across a strange fossil, to say the least, which proves this exact fact.
The two have been working at the Giza complex for well over twenty years now and yet they believe this to be the most important discovery they’ve ever come across regardless.
Dr. Robert M. Schoch also reported on the theory that the ancient structures here are far older than they seem to the point where they must have been hit by the Great Flood at one point in time.
He actually talked about it in the 90s when he brought up the theory that the Great Sphinx dates back to sometime around 5,000 – 9,000 BC.
The discovery came out of nowhere, as El Morsi just randomly happened to trip over what appeared to be an echinoid fossil. This is the fossil of a sea urchin which dated back to thousands of years ago.
He believes that this temple site of Menkare used to be the site where a massive lagoon was and that this actually submerged everything in sight alongside the Great Sphinx.