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Top 5 Artifacts That Prove Past Advanced Civilizations Existed
A modern iron hammer embedded in a 400 – million-year-old rock? A mysterious gold man-made bell encased in charcoal for hundreds of years? Hundreds of small spheres with tiny grooves dating back 2.8-billion years?
Are these proof of past ancient advanced civilizations? It’s currently believed by science that modern man came into existence about 200,000 years ago. Civilizations as we know them are only about 6,000 years old and industrialization only started around 200 years ago.
However there have been many artifacts found throughout the years that do not even come close to fitting into this timeline. Once in a while, strange and out of place artifacts from the ancient past are discovered, making us wonder and question – are we really the first of our kind here on Earth?
Here are The Top 5 Artifacts that prove ancient civilizations existed.
THE LONDON HAMMER
In June 1936, husband and wife, Emma and Max Hahn went on a stroll along Red Creek in London, Texas. On their walk, they saw a loose rock with a piece of wood sticking out of it. Out of curiosity, they took it home and kept it. It would be an entire decade, in 1947, until their son cracked it open with a chisel and hammer.
Utterly stumped, they turned over the artifact to archeologists who were puzzled by the find.
What made the hammer so unique? Could it have been just an ordinary 19th century hammer a worker abandoned and was somehow encased in rock?
During their study, they found that the rock encasing the hammer dates as far back as 400-million years old, belonging to the Ordovician era. However, others have proposed it belongs to the Cretaceous era –about 150 – million years old. Regardless, it's a very old artifact. THE UNEXPLAINED STONE DOLL
Drilling for artesian water is not the first thing you think of when hunting for proof of advanced ancient cultures. But somehow, one mundane drilling in 1889 turned up something that might prove just that. THE STRANGE MAN-MADE BELL
What makes this next artifact so strange is that it was supposedly found buried inside a piece of coal.
Coal is a special by-product formed from decaying matter. What makes it unique is that it takes anywhere between 30 to 300 million years to form. Hence, when an unusual, metallic object is found inside coal, it forces a lot of questions.
THE COSO ARTIFACT
People have called it the world's oldest spark plug while skeptics have dismissed it as a geological anomaly – there is no doubt however, that the Coso Artifact is a complete mystery.
In 1961, three rock hunters were looking for geodes in California's Coso Mountains to use for their gift and gem shop. Geodes are hollow rocks with mineral crystals like amethyst inside. THE GROOVED SPHERES
Our final artifact is one that has been around the longest.
Considered to be 2.8 billion years old, miners at the Wonderstone Silver Mine in South Africa have been finding these spheres from deep rock for over three decades.
The majority of these are described to be in a "spheroid" shape with some featuring three parallel grooves perfectly running at its equator. To date, over 200 of these have been found.
Geologists J.R. McIver and Andries Bisschoff examined several pieces of these spheroid artifacts in 1979.
These "spheres" have a distinct flattened globe shape. They measure between 1- 4 inches in diameter and have a metallic texture on the outside. As for their color, some have a steel blue with a reddish shade and others have white flecks embedded on the coat.
In 1936, near red creak in London, Texas, something was found. it has become one of the most compelling pieces of evidence to suggest there is a lost history of Earth. Within a rock, Emma Hahn would notice a small piece of wood that appeared to be embedded, finding this strange she picks up the object for a closer inspection. Not really knowing what it was, it is lucky she was curious enough about the embedded wood to take it home. Nearly a decade later, presumably after the artefact had sat in max and Helen Hahns household for many years, their son max would spark an interest into what it could be. He breaks the rock apart, and to their amazement concealed within the stone was an ancient stone hammer. Now known as the London hammer, the rock that once grew around it, was claimed to have stopped growing around 400 million years ago, which could only mean the hammer would be even older. What if the maker of this hammer nearly half a billion years ago, stole the design from an ancient artefact he found himself, just how old can our history be? The metal of the hammerhead has been confirmed to consist of 96.6% iron, 2.6% chlorine, and 0.74% sulphur. And since its discovery in the 1930's and its subsequent re-entry into the air, it has not rusted. Around 1983 the hammer was acquired by creationist Carl E. Baugh, an active advocate of Paluxy River man tracks, and other alleged geologic anomalies, who began to call it the London Artefact. Many figures within the scientific and historical communities have strongly disagreed with the premise that the hammer be many hundreds of millions of years old, some even theorising that the limestone in which it was discovered could have formed in just a few centuries in perfect conditions. The variation in dates put forward by creationist scientists regarding the matter, has also just stoked the flames of debate, and indirectly aiding in the denial, of the artefact being truly ancient. However, there are certain factors regarding this object, like so many others in this criteria, that cannot be explained by accepted academia. Firstly, it is unthinkable for the modern theory of evolution to include such artefacts, this gives the creationists a foothold, yet they lack the material to continue an argument back many millions of years. they are indeed Opposite, yet both incorrect approaches. Thus, because of this, the most important features of the hammer, are conveniently ignored frequently by both sides of the modern coin. for example, the handle of the hammer is not made of wood anymore, it is now made of coal. it was once made of wood, but through a natural and unrushed process, the wood has been transformed into coal. And Whatever the reasons for these inconsistencies in reports, evidently the rock strata at the site are indeed Hensel Sand Member of the Travis Formation, Lower Cretaceous, upper Aptian stage, considered to be approximately 110 to 115 million years old by conventional geologists. This is fact, so by default that hammer is older, regardless of ulterior motives for publicising such artefacts, the truth they can tell, no matter how reluctant it may be to your world view, shouldn’t be ignored. However, the age of the rock formation maybe relevant to authenticity, it is irrelevant to the fact that the hammer does indeed exist. And that These artefacts create a proposition for historical data we should be approaching with open minds, if we are to progress as a species.
In 1914, archaeologists found an astonishing location in Gunung Padang, in Indonesia. 2 ancient stone mountains rest in this region, mountains in the form of pyramids, their size is truly massive. Intrigued by their shape, this 1914 team initiated a series of test digs in the small likelihood that they were man made. the proposition of these 2 huge land features actually being pyramids, must have been virtually unthinkable to these initial explorers, there subsequent excavation also concluded that the site was indeed a natural formation. However, Fast forward 100 years of technological advances in archaeology, photography, ground penetrating radar and satellite imaging, and we can now take much deeper looks at locations, gaining far greater insight than was possible a century ago. The archaeological societies are currently in a panic, in regards to an expedition which is being undertaken to this very site. over one hundred years after its initial discovery and disregardment. What is interesting to note, a detail this team must be aware of, a detail largely supressed and rarely discussed, is the fact that very ancient monuments rest upon the tops of each mountain, monuments that were later dated at 2500 years old. and confirmed as artificial megalithic structures. The reason the archaeological community is worrying, is due to their possible size. they would dwarf the great pyramids of Giza. However, the pyramids, in Giza are in a very special location, they in fact rest on the centre of the worlds land mass, the question would be, why would Indonesia possess such ginormous pyramids. in 2010, geologist Dr Danny Natawidjaja, who earned a doctorate at Cal Tech, recognized the mountains as possible man-made pyramids, and began to explore using ground penetrating radar, seismic tomography, resistivity survey and other remote sensing techniques, as well as some direct excavations and deep core drilling. The results were immediately intriguing, producing evidence of deeply buried man-made chambers and yielding carbon dates going back as far as 26,000 years. This would make the construction prior to the last ice age. Such ideas are heresy to mainstream archaeologists, the archaeological establishment in Indonesia banded together against Dr Natawidjaja and his team, lobbied the political authorities, agitated locally and succeeded in slowing down, though not completely stopping, the further exploration of Gunung Padang. However Dr Natawidjaja fought back, doing some high-level lobbying of his own, taking the matter to the President of Indonesia himself. There were further delays to do with elections in Indonesia but just a couple of months ago, the final obstacles were lifted and Dr Natawidjaja and his team moved back onto the Gunung Padang site with full approval to go ahead with their work, including permission to excavate the concealed chambers. Although it may not be widely received, this excavation may be the most important currently being undertaken on earth. mainstream Archaeologists are furious, and have been lobbying to get the work stopped – fortunately to no avail, preliminary excavations have produced results that prove beyond doubt, that Gunung Padang is indeed a man-made pyramid of great antiquity. Even the relatively young layer so far excavated, the second artificial columnar rock-layer beneath the megalithic site visible on the surface, has yielded dates of 5200 BC, nearly 3000 years older than the orthodox dating for the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. there are also firm indications from the original remote sensing and core drilling work. that there is much older layers below. In short, it is now evident to all, that the site is vastly older than the 2500 years archaeologists had insisted upon for decades. Even the most hostile are now quietly reframing their assessment of the site and referring to it as “a gigantic terraced tomb, which was part of the biggest megalithic culture in the archipelago.” I will keep you posted.
Egg Curry Recipe / Egg Masala Curry Recipe is an excellent side dish for rice, roti or chapathi. This Egg gravy also goes well with biryani and pulao. In this video we will see how to make egg curry Indian Style, this is a spicy version of egg curry and it is very flavorful. The consistency of the gravy can be adjusted depending on whether it is going to served with rice or as a side for chapathi / roti. I have made this Egg curry with coconut because coconut adds thickness and richness to the recipe but it can be skipped if you don't like that taste. Also I have seasoned the eggs before adding them in the recipe. This additional step adds extra flavor to the egg curry.
Friends please do make this simple egg curry at home and serve it with rice / chapathi. Also please post your feedback in the comments below.
The street food in India leaves you huffing and puffing for more. For a more leisurely and hygienic experience, bring the street at home! We bring you a collection of delicious, mouth-watering street food recipes that will not only satisfy your hunger but is also worth the taste.
Dorchester, Massachusetts, USA, In 1852, at meeting house quart, workers were using dynamite to break up the bedrock when an explosion threw an artefact into the light of day after spending many thousands of years under the earth. According to geologists, the Roxbury rock, in which this mysterious artefact was embedded, has been dated as having accumulated between 570 and 593 million years ago during the Ediacaran Period. Imagine their surprise, when workers spotted a metallic object amongst the debris of the explosion, still partially embedded in a chunk of rock, and now sheered into two pieces from the forces of the blast. A zinc vase covered in flower decorations painted in solid silver. T bell shaped pot is around 4 and a half inches tall and about 6 and a half inches long, as was noted as being exquisitely made. The age of the vase has been heavily debated amongst specialists, with many struggling to produce ages smaller than 100 thousand years. additionally, the species of flowers and plants that are illustrated upon the vase, also went extinct over 100,000 years ago. Not surprisingly, but rather predictably, the pot along with all authenticated documentation regarding its discovery, mysteriously vanished without trace shortly before a full investigation into its amazing history could take place. Who made tis amazing artefact, when was it made? If we go by te age of te roc in which it was discovered, it is amazingly over 500 million years old, as its made from solid zinc, it could be. The initial discovery was covered on June 5th in 1852, from the publication of the magazine Scientific American. Which confirms its authenticity, as indeed being found embedded in the solid ancient stone, 30 feet below the surface. But shortly after this coverage, like so many other amazing objects found around the world vanished without trace.
Meriwether Lewis discovered far more than the history books tell--ancient civilizations, strange monuments, “nearly white, blue-eyed” Indians, and evidence that the American continent was visited long before the first European settlers arrived. And he was murdered to keep it all secret.
Examining the shadows and cracks between America’s official version of history, Xaviant Haze and Paul Schrag propose that the America of old taught in schools is not the America that was discovered by Lewis and Clark and other early explorers. Investigating the discoveries of Spanish conquistadors and Olmec stories of contact with European-like natives, the authors uncover evidence of explorers from Europe and Asia prior to Columbus, sophisticated ancient civilizations in North America and the Caribbean, the fountain of youth, and a long-extinct race of giants.
Advanced civilizations were visiting our ancient past going back at least 6000 years ago. Explore the Possibilities and the fascinating scientific evidence. This video contain just the surface of the forbidden knowledge being hidden and protected today... knowledge that suggests a strong possibility that our views of human origins are either incorrect... or maybe that time travelers have already visited Earth’s past.
Ancient precision cut stone with angles and symmetry that can only be accomplished with machines; strange glyphs of futuristic vehicles; bizarre flywheels and batteries; signs of machining with laser perfection; and more are there for anyone to see - yet we do not hear of these facts. Temporal anomalies are scattered throughout the world -- things that could not possibly belong to the time period in which they were found. Evidence exists of human civilization, artifacts and technology out of time that are abundant, well researched and well documented. If mankind did not have the tools or knowledge to create such structures, then the only logical conclusion is that we had help most likely from an extraterrestrial source.
You'll Be Surprised At What We Got From The Dumpster!
We have saved a huge amount of money dumpster diving. When you think of dumpster diving, you may think of homeless people or of digging rotting food out of the dumpster, but this is not what we do at all.
When we had very little money, we discovered by accident that people had thrown away lots of things we needed in dumpsters, and many of the things were brand new and still in the packages. We have found gardening supplies, wooden furniture, antiques, grass for our yard, construction lumber and supplies, books, parts to repair appliances and lots more. And we’ve never dealt with the yucky food trash most people think about when the subject of dumpsters comes up.
When we were very short on money, we often collected antiques, furniture, appliances and other things that we sold at garage sales to make a lot of extra money.
When we bought our new house 5 years ago, we frequently checked the construction dumpsters in our neighborhood and were able to get thousands of dollars worth of wood that we used to construct our large shed, shelves, garage storage and lots of other things. We were also able to find enough grass to sod our entire back yard with it, saving thousands of dollars on that one project.
Here are some things we discuss in this video:
0:27 - Tawra’s dried floral and potpourri business
1:00 Tawra’s flowers at our Texas apartment - They were mostly clearance plants.
1:26 When we moved to Idaho, my gardening really took off. We bought a little $27,000, 800 square foot house in Nezperce, Idaho, that had a population of 400 people.
1:47 Bricks from dumpsters we used to create a garden
2:14 We used the bricks to line all of our paths and gardens.
2:22 We found the dumpster stuff by accident when I noticed an unopened bag of perlite.
2:48 One area kept having weeds come up, so we said, ”With all these weeds, God must have meant for this to be a garden!
4:45 We found a lot of great things in the dumpster when we lived there. Some of the townspeople were shocked that we would retrieve things from the dumpster, but we weren’t getting disgusting things like rotting food or anything.
5:06 We found things like an antique oil lamp, a brand new rocking chair that was thrown away with the box because 2 screws were missing from the package, and all kinds of things like that. Some of the people that were shocked that we took items from the dumpster were more than happy to pay money to buy the same items from us at a garage sale.
5:44 There was an old stove that somebody had left next to the dumpster. One of our stove’s oven elements was not working, so I took one from the junked stove before the trash company took it and used it to repair our oven.
6:18 A lot of times we would find something and think, “What can we do with this that would save us from having to buy something else?”
6:34 One of the ways we save is we recycle a lot. Not necessarily taking things to the recycling center, but finding new ways to use old things.
If you are looking for options for flexible jobs for women over 60, this episode of the Sixty and Me Show is for you! My guest on this latest episode of the Sixty and Me Show is Nancy Collamer, the author of a wonderful book called "Second Act Careers: 50 Ways to Profit from Your Passions in Semi-Retirement"
In our interview, we discuss how women in their 60's are looking for flexible jobs and Nancy gives us useful tips on how to find the perfect solution. Working with women to build meaningful and unique part time careers, Nancy gives concrete examples that allow you to work part time.
We discuss the benefits of working after 60, including earning more money, enabling social connections and keeping your brain healthy. We talk about the specific types of flexible working opportunities that range from a service business to writing and creative business ideas.
What did you think of this episode? Have you had any luck finding a job after 60? Please add your thoughts and questions in the comments section.