All around the necropolis of Guiza, from the pyramids to the sphinx, a strange erosion can be observed which makes some researchers think that this area was once submerged by sea water. There is a fossil that strengthens this theory a little.
Archaeologist sustains the theory that the pyramids and the Great Sphinx of Giza were submerged under the sea.
There is an archaeologist who has conducted extensive research on the plateau of Guiza for more than two decades, his name is Sherif El Morsi, in mid 2013 this archaeologist partnered with the founder of Giza For Humanity to make public his great discovery of this fossil. One of the first scientists to address the theory that giza pyramids have more time than is believed was Dr. Robert Schloch and that they were found at some point in history submerged beneath the sea.
Robert Schloch the theory scientist that the giza pyramids were flooded
In the early 1990s Dr. Scholch pointed out that the Sphinx was for thousands of years much older than thought, dating back to 4000 or 8000 BC, all this theory based on water erosion patterns found in surrounding rocks and statues.
Since then, Morsi has taken on the task of thoroughly investigating the mysteries of this theory. In the middle of one of his photographic sessions where he documents the strange patterns of erosion of the structures found on the plateau of Guiza, he managed to find an even more shocking discovery that indicates that the entire area was submerged under the sea at some point in history.
Evidence that could prove that the pyramids and the Great Sphinx of Giza were submerged beneath the sea.
In an article published on the Gigal Research website, Morsi pointed out that in the middle of the photo shoot of the old coastline, he stumbled upon a block located on the second level of the temple, but to his surprise, he came across a petrified exoskeleton of what appeared to be a sea urchin, the sea urchin is a shallow-water sea creature.
Morsi alleges that the entire giza plateau was at some point submerged by a swell. He also points out that the temple of Mekara may have become an ancient lagoon when the high tide came to cover the entire Necropolis, which included temple complexes, sphinxes, and other sites belonging to the Necropolis.
Sherif El Morsi affirms that the flood was enough to surpass all the monuments of the plateau of Guiza.
Other researchers suggest that the sea urchin found in the stone was part of the limestone or block that was formed more than 35 million years ago, thanks to the fact that it was exposed by erosion. However, Morsi responded to this type of claims and pointed out that the creature was petrified or cemented in a hypothetically recent time, emphasizing that the maritime creature has gravitationally in the ground, and that it is a specimen with a significant difference in size compared to those normally found in limestone blocks.
After the statements of the group of scientists, Morsi said the following (It is not a fossil body, since the fossil bodies date back more than 30 million years petrified by the sediments that have filled their bones, the most certain is that this marine creature was petrified a few centuries ago). Moreover, morsi claims that the flood was quite significant and may have reached 75 meters above sea level today and was the beginning of a coastline that encompasses the space of Khafra which is in a significant proximity to the Sphinx.