Have you ever considered the possibility that the Great Sphinx of Giza is a massive lion?
Lions appeared in many ancient books, and lions symbolized great gods in many of those old civilizations. This theory appears to match Sphinx fairly well in terms of identity, purpose, and age.
Since its discovery, the Sphinx has been regarded as a guardian of the deceased.
As you are aware, the Sphinx’s head is that of a human, but its shape and dimensions are utterly out of scale. Another legend suggests that the Sphinx was a dog, a depiction of the god Anubis.
Simultaneously, the Sphinx may have been facing Sirius, which is very well-considered because it is associated to the belief or mythology that humans were previously visited by gods from that particular constellation.
Anthony West is the one who came up with the idea of the Sphinx being a lion. West also suggested that the Sphinx is far older than we previously thought.
Finally, recent discoveries indicate that the Sphinx was formerly encircled by a lake. The existence of this lake appears to have been kept hidden in order to conceal the Sphinx’s genuine age as well as its true identity.
Take a look at the video below and let us know what you think.