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24th July 2017, 22:36

There has been a wealth of documented artifacts found within very ancient sediment, coal seams, minerals, and even stones and geodes.
All indicating that a vastly different story has taken place upon our earth, to that of what the majority, stubbornly persist in assuming.

So many pieces of evidence in fact, it seems, that it has been an impossible task for an unknown group of tyrants, who, for whatever reason, have attempted to conceal or suppress such discoveries… Or more importantly, hide the historical tales in which they are all trying to tell us.

And these next three, are no exception.

The Lanzhou Stone, Discovered in 1999 by Zhilin Wang in a remote mountainous area in northwest China.

Upon research being undertaken it was established to be unexplainable.
The rock is made of an unknown material, and the metal artifact embedded within, may quite possibly have alien origins.

As reported in the ‘Lanzhou Morning News’ on June 26, 2002:

"More than 10 geologists, physicists and other specialists from such institutes as the National Land Resources Bureau of china, the Institute of Geology and Minerals Research, and the School of Resources and environment, all eventually studied the possible origins of the stone.

The results of these examinations, the possible explanations for its formation or indeed origin, were never released.

Amazingly however, the scientists unanimously concluded that the stone is currently one of the most valuable in China, or possibly the world… When pressed for further explanation it was disclosed that the rock will apparently be extremely important for future research and quote, “Archaeological studies."

Any further disclosure regarding the scientist’s discoveries has remained elusive…
The Wolfsegg Iron, has a similarly suppressed story, over 20 million years old, this extremely ancient, and clearly once worked cube of iron, may have also come from space.

Indeed, that is a conclusion many educated researchers arrived at. Although attempts to discredit such claims involve recent testing which has shown the cube lacks usual elements present in meteoritic material… They all avoid mentioning its strong magnetic characteristics, a signature uncannily similar to that found in meteorites and other objects with an “other worldly” origin.
It was discovered when a workman at the Braun iron foundry in Schondorf, Austria, was breaking up a block of lignite that had been mined at Wolfsegg.
In 1886, mining engineer Adolf Gurlt reported the object to the Natural History Society of Bonn, who noted that the object was coated with a thin layer of rust, was made of iron, and had a specific gravity of 7.75.
Early descriptions of the object appeared in contemporary editions of the scientific journals Nature and L'Astronomie, identified at the time by numerous scientists as being a fossil meteorite.

Now virtually unanimously concluded to have been manmade, it has thus been unexplainable… stolen at one point, it was strangely returned to another museum, now without a compelling mainstream explanation, it has simply been condemned to the history books as some form of elaborate hoax.

Impossible artifacts have been found in the most unusual of places, for example, a seemingly unbreakable piece of unknown metal, possibly a ring of ancient, or, according to man’s official history, alien origin found within a Geode, encapsulated for over 200 million years…

It is now largely presumed that the object was quickly sold to a private collector, most people begin with good intentions but sadly, are often allured away by various means of temptation, subsequently allowing such relics to disappear into the archives of the past.

This is mikes contact email to coast to coast, Quote,
“My name is Mike Walters and I'm an amateur geologist. I often come across geodes.
I have opened thousands of these and have found beautiful crystal and mineral deposits. However, I have never found anything like this: it appears to be polished metal.

This report, and the accompanying image, it seems, is all that we will ever see regarding this compelling artifact.
A mysterious fate experienced by many such artifacts, for example, sadly, only the wolfsegg iron now remains in the public domain for future testing.
What secret within our past is felt by some clearly powerful people, as an imperative to keep concealed from the majority of the world?
Maybe the question should be, will we ever be ready, or indeed able to find out…

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A truly amazing object has recently come to light in the form of an uncommon stone with a threaded metal bar inside it that was recently found by a Mr Zhilin Wang in China near to the Marzong Mountain region on the borders of the Gansu and Xijiang provinces.

The mysterious stone is pear shaped, about 6 x 8 cm, extremely hard and weighs 466 grams. Incredibly the rock is of a type that is totally unknown suggesting that in may in fact be a meteorite. However it is not only due to its unknown make up that the item has attracted enormous attention from many geologists and collectors around the world but also because of the starling artifact it contains within it.

As reported in the ‘Lanzhou Morning News’ on June 26, 2002:

"More than 10 geologists and global physicists from the National Land Resources Bureau of Gansu Province, Colored Metal Survey Bureau of Gansu Province, the Institute of Geology and Minerals Research of China Academy, Lanzhou Branch, and the School of Resources and Environment of Lanzhou College gathered to study the origin of this mysterious stone.

After a discussion about its possibility of being man-made and the possible reasons for its formation, the scientists unanimously labeled the stone as one of the most valuable in China and in the world for collection, research and Archeological studies."

During the discussion, the scientists proposed many hypotheses about the formation of this stone, but found all incredible. The screw-threaded metal bar is tightly enclosed in the black lithical material. Neither the bar's entrance to the stone nor the exposed bar tip appear to be man-made.

Moreover, the screw thread width remains consistent from the thick end to the thin end, instead of varying due to the growth of organisms. One of the hypotheses says that this stone could be a relic from a prehistoric civilization, since a civilization equivalent to ours is thought to have existed on earth before our current one. Another theory is that it could be a stony meteorite and it could have brought the information of an extraterrestrial civilization.

At the end of the conference, all scientists agreed that further research is needed to address questions such as how the stone was formed and whether the "metal bar" is truly metal, before the "visitor-from-outer-space" mystery can be solved.

What this stone and the threaded object is still remains any bodies guess at the moment but if it is indeed a meteorite




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24th July 2017, 23:28
There are so many new alloys etc that can be produced, I would assume, from gathering various minerals and smelting them. Then, like a glass-blower, screw in the other golden alloy you created. Voualla! You have a counterfeit that you then throw as far as you can on a jaunt, or drop from a plane, hoping someone will realize how neat of a "rock" it is. But, the finder, upon examination, cannot figure out what it is. How fun it has been throughout history for artists and counterfeiters to create mysteries. Maybe some of the rocks above have that sort of birth. I don't know, of course. But I read a book called, Counterfeit, which was quite fun.

The geode with the metal vein in it, as well the black "meteorite" with the threaded golden metal, look to me to have had the metal component incepted or injected.

My guess for the black rock with golden threaded metal: a home-smelted ball-joint anchor for an antenna.

Bill Ryan
24th July 2017, 23:56
That's quite a astonishing story. These anomalous objects — for anyone new to this subject! — are called OOPARTS: an acronym for Out Of Present-time ARTifactS. (Search for 'Ooparts' on the net, and you'll find a LOT of almost unbelievable but incontrovertible documentation.)

Over the decades, even dating from the 19th century, there have been many of these things turning up in very different parts of the world. All of them appear to show engineered artifacts in geological strata (or in rocks, or in coal) which are sometimes even hundreds of millions or billions of years old.

The clear implication, of course, is that they're genuine archeological relics from far earlier, forgotten, unrecorded civilizations — either indigenous, or visiting. There's almost no other possible explanation.

Foxie Loxie
25th July 2017, 14:47
Klaus Dona comes to mind....he does a good presentation with Bill! :highfive:

25th July 2017, 20:43
One has to wonder how the Mandela effect correlates with findings like this.

A bakelite knob comes to mind. :bigsmile:

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