The Egyptian pyramids are in the exact shape of the Orion constellation (luminance reflected in the size of each pyramid). The central (once hidden and secret) shafts of the great pyramid all point to the constellations Orion, Sirius, Draco, and Leo. You might think that the Sphinx is only 6000 some odd years old, but you would be wrong
Scientists now know that it’s about 12,500 years old according to the physical wear of the rocks themselves from thousands of years of heavy rain fall weathering. (Studies by John Anthony West and Prof. Robert Shock, Boston University) For the last few thousands of years, Egypt has been DRY, so how did the rocks become SO heavily weathered by RAIN WATER (not wind erosion)? If you go back to 10,500 BC, you have your answers.
If you follow the procession of the Earth (the slow wobble of the Earth over thousands of years around the North Star) you will notice that the Sphinx points right to the constellation Leo on the SPRING EQUINOX of every year back around 12,500 years ago (10,500 BC)
These ancient sites have been rebuilt MANY times, following the ancient blueprint of the original creators of these monuments, making them VERY ancient indeed. Today the Sphinx currently points to Taurus, the Bull, every spring equinox.
So why is the Sphinx not a bull? Because it was most likely built in 10,500 BC, not 4-6000 years ago. Duh.