Ice Age Great Sphinx Quarry Shows Water Erosion Indicating Much More Rainfall When Nile River Flowed Wider & Deeper


During the Ice Age when the tremendous structures including the Great Sphinx were built on the Giza Plateau in Egypt, the Nile river flowed much wider and deeper than today, almost up to the plateau, because so much more rain was falling then, reflected in the quarry were the Great Sphinx was hewn in the limestone bedrock, extensive water erosion of the quarry walls. Few contest that the erosion was by heavy rainfall, so in uniformitarian circles, the deduction is that it was built 10,000 years ago, the truth though that the Great Sphinx and the Pyramids on the Giza Plateau were built in the same timeframe circa 2000 b. c., during the Ice Age which followed Noah’s Flood, when Egypt was verdant.