#Egypt #journey Exploring the Wonderful Sphinx Of Egypt In Fantastic Element And Tremendous High definition March 2018


  1. Agreed with you Brien, the site must be very, very old. Why doesn't anyone propose that the water weathering could have been caused by man? Diverted, channeled water would do the same thing, correct? Implying that water flowed over and through these structures, perhaps with sophisticated function and purpose in mind?

    The channel cut around the Sphinx looks like it is framing it, good observation, I had not noticed that before, either.

    -Any info on the square structures on either side of the sphinx?
    -Also curious about the area below the right ear and the four protruding features around the neck?
    8:11 Why did he kick the cover back on? You could have filmed it better if he hadn't done that. I know it's probably a dead end, filled with French concrete, but still, no one has filmed inside…
    -Why has no one looked down between the wooden platform to confirm if there is a plate or a hatch covering an opening?

    Thanks for the walk around.

  2. Oh Rien don't know how I missed this but to me it is one of your best but I am Egyptian biased ha ha Thanks for doing this and stay safe see ya

  3. brien, either you or someone else said that dynastic egyptians used granit to restore old sandstone structures so as to show that it was redone yet in original form. how did the dynastic egyptians cut and fit the granit if they couldn't cut granit with their tools? or is it only egyptologists who say dynastics only had copper tools and you say they had harder stuff? but you have used dynastic ppl's inability to make megaliths as an argument several times. how do your arguments fit together?

  4. You're assuming that no cosmic event or even an earthly event could create a number of acid rain periods, you have to take this into account, that is one of the biggest problems in modern dating of most things is that they think everything remains the same and everything has been stable for millions of years.

  5. Also, I just wanted to mention that while I find your work fascinating in many places, somewhere about 8 minutes in to this video you mention the hole at the base of the Sphinx. I can say from first hand experience that it's only a few feet deep and doesn't lead anywhere of note.. at least not now.

  6. At first glance, the weathering on the limestone core blocks looks quite similar to that of the Sphinx, where repair work has not been done. I'd be interested to know what the weathering on the core is like behind the granite blocks?

  7. Mr Brien, do you have any favourite theories on how the larger of the monolithic stones were moved about?
    Thanx for sharing your videos of an interesting time of our history.

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