From ancient text and other things left by the Egyptians it is clear the Winged Sun Disc represents Horus. l present a possibility on the origin of the Winged Sun Disc. l believe the Sphinx has been re-carved more than once, and was in the form of a few different representations, some lasting for thousands of years. The size of the head today confirms this. Thutmose IV is spelled many ways including Thothmes, Thutmosis and Tuthmosis IV . Music - Their Story, Them Seeing by Puddle of Infinity Picture of the Sphinx alignment from video: The Greensboro College Department of Sociology Presents: Graham Hancock "Magicians of the Gods." www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMZluWIV8Jc Taken by Graham Hancock's wife Santha Faiia www.santhafaiia.com/?page_id=21 gnosticwarrior.com/winged-sun.html Long before the creation of the bible, there was the ancient Book of the Dead where we were given the legend of the Winged Sun Disk as it was told in pre-Christian civilization. In this ancient story we find that the greatest exploit of Horus is his victory over Set, to whom he was opposed as the winged sun-disk, Hor-Behudti (Horus of Edfu). For this achievement, Horus would be forever venerated as the Winged Sun Disk which can be seen in the temple of Edfu. www.ancientegyptonline.co.uk/horusbehedet.html Horus Behdety was represented as a winged sun disk on temples all over Egypt, just as Ra had apparently decreed. However, he was also depicted as a lion, a lion with the head of a hawk and as a hawk hovering over the pharaoh during battle carrying a flail (representing royal power) and the shen (representing eternity) grasped in his claws. As a hawk he was given the epithet "Great God, Lord of Heaven, Dappled of Plumage". In addition, he was frequently depicted as a man with the head of a falcon wearing the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. In this form he often carries a falcon-headed staff, representing the form he took when he killed Set. Ancient Egyptian Text The Legend of Horus of Behutet and the Winged Disk www.reshafim.org.il/ad/egypt/texts/horus_of_behutet.htm 9. And Ra said unto Thoth, "Let the enemies and Set be given over to Isis and her son Horus, and let them work all their heart's desire upon them." -Ur (wr): Great, big And she and her son Horus set themselves in position with their spears in him at the time when there was storm (or, disaster) in the district, and the Lake of the god was 10 called She-en-aha from that day to this. Then Horus the son of Isis cut off the head of the Enemy [Set], and the heads of his fiends in the presence of father Ra and of the great company of the gods, and he dragged him by his feet through his district with his spear driven through his head and back. And Ra said unto Thoth, 11 "Let the son of Osiris drag the being of disaster through his territory;" and Thoth said, "It shall be called Ateh," and this hath been the name of the region from that day to this. And Isis, the divine lady, spake before Ra, saying, "Let the exalted Winged Disk become the amulet of my son Horus, who hath cut off the head of the Enemy and the heads of his fiends."