Have you ever pondered that the Great Sphinx of Giza may be a colossal lion?
Lions are featured in numerous ancient writings, and in many ancient cultures, lions represented major gods. In terms of identity, purpose, and age, this idea looks to be a good fit with Sphinx.
The Sphinx has been considered a protector of the dead since its discovery.
The Sphinx’s head is that of a human, but its form and size are completely out of proportion. According to another mythology, the Sphinx was a dog, a representation of the deity Anubis.
Simultaneously, the Sphinx might have been facing Sirius, which is a popular theory since it is linked to the idea or mythology that humanity has been visited by gods from that constellation in the past.
The concept of the Sphinx being a lion was conceived by Anthony West. West also claimed that the Sphinx is far older than originally assumed.
Finally, new evidence suggests that the Sphinx was formerly encompassed by a lake. The presence of this lake seems to have been concealed in order to keep the Sphinx’s real age and identity disguised.
Check out the video below and let us know your thoughts.