Yesterday, the pyramid’s ruins witnessed a distinct astronomical phenomenon, as the sun set on the right shoulder of the Sphinx.
Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass said that this phenomenon occurs twice a year over the course of four days, as the sun sets on the right shoulder of the Sphinx, on the 21 and 22 of March and the 21 and 22 of September, that is, in the spring and autumn and this is called Equinox, that is, when the night equals the day.
Hawass indicated that the sun, after falling in the sunset on the right sphinx, heads to the south and during the summer we find it begins to move to the north.
The famous Egyptologist stressed that there is another phenomenon that is stronger than the first one and can attract the whole world again; this phenomenon can be seen on June 21-22 as the sun sets between the pyramids of Khufu and Khafra directly and this phenomenon is called Solstice meaning that this phenomenon shows us the sign of the horizon The sun between Khufu’s skyline and Khafre’s skyline.
He emphasized that this phenomenon proves that archaeologists have erred when they said that the ancient Egyptian had accidentally found an ancient rock and turned it into a statue of a human face and an inhuman body, indicating that the phenomenon proves that there is an astronomical and religious reason from the sculpting of the Sphinx, the sun god rising and it sets between the horizontal Khufu and Khafra.
He pointed out that this theory is unique and confirms the tremendous scientific superiority of the ancient Egyptian.