9.8.17 Robert Schoch, Ph.D.: Origins of the Sphinx


In September, on The Q.Psience Project: ROBERT M. SCHOCH, Ph.D. joins host Jill Hanson to present new research and evidence which challenges the conventional Egyptological timeline of the Sphinx – asserting that it is actually thousands of years older than conventionally held.

Schoch’s research, a provocative collaboration with fellow Egyptology outsider Robert Bauval, references historical accounts and reanalysis of seismic studies, as well as updates to Schoch’s water weathering research and Bauval’s Orion Correlation Theory.
Schoch believes that this new collaborative research reveals that the Sphinx was built during the actual historical Golden Age of ancient Egypt, the period known in legend as Zep Tepi, from roughly 10,500 BCE through 9700 BCE – moving us closer to an understanding of the true age and purpose of the Great Sphinx, given evidence of an early high civilization witnessed by the Great Sphinx before the end of the last ice age.

Tune in FRIDAY, 9.8.17 at 10pm ET to hear Robert Schoch discuss the true ORIGINS OF THE SPHINX: www.KGRAradio.com

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ABOUT: Robert Schoch, Ph.D. is a tenured faculty member at Boston University, earned his doctorate in geology and geophysics at Yale University in 1983. His books include Pyramid Quest, Voyages of the Pyramid Builders, Voices of the Rocks, Stratigraphy, Environmental Science, and The Parapsychology Revolution.


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