Redating the sphinx
Egypt today is not exactly known for its heavy rains, but that this was different in pre-historic times.Therefore the Sphinx must be much older than the commonly accepted 2500 BCE (usually 10,000 to 5000 BC).To make a long story short, I came to the conclusion that the oldest portions of the Great Sphinx, what I refer to as the core-body, must date back to an earlier period (at least 5000 B. C.), a time when the climate was very different and included more rain.
Certainly the “Schoch” inscription on the Abu Simbel temple does not mean that a Schoch had anything to do with the building of the structure!
We know this due to the layout of the surrounding structures, the architectural style, and by examining the stone's origin.
The so-called "Water erosion hypothesis" states that the Sphinx displays erosion that can be caused only by rain.
As I have always found to be the case, my most recent trip (January 2015) yielded fresh revelations and new connections.
My wife Katie (Catherine Ulissey) and I traveled with members and associates of , including Yousef and Patricia Awyan, Mohamed Ibrahim, and Gary Evans.
It is clear to me that the current head is not the original head.