Sphinxes have always been fascinating findings that stand the test of time and tell a broad variety of legends, to say the least. Each and every one of them has started hundreds, if not thousands, of discussions with researchers across the globe.
You can only imagine everyone’s reaction as news has come that another sphinx has been discovered in Balochistan, Pakistan, 6000 miles away from the most famous discovery in all history, the Sphinx of Giza, Egypt.
This is another great piece of the jigsaw in the world of conspirators, as it leads to the development of the theory that an ancient civilization that was far older than the Egyptians had designed such structures as Sphinxes and other buildings that did not withstand the test of time, sadly enough.
Experts have concluded that the Balochistan Sphinx was created by natural phenomena and that, at best, the similarities with the Giza Sphinx are nothing more than mere chance.
This conclusion separated the researchers into two sides, one that supports this theory and the other that denies it and notes that this is strong evidence to show otherwise.
Over time, more and more people started to visit the location and ended up opposing the concept of coincidental art that Graham Hancock had begun.
The Sphinx is believed to be well over 12,500 years old, and by its appearance, it is in a very clean condition, unlike other archeological discoveries that have been identified as unquestionably man-made in the past.