Gold prospectors in the Ural Mountains area of Russia are finding unusual, spiral-shaped artefacts made from copper, tungsten and molybdenum. In case you didn’t know, today tungsten is used for hardening special steels and for the filaments of light bulbs; molybdenum is used for hardening steel and giving anti-corrosion properties to tools. But get this. The size of these artefacts range from 1.2 inches (3 cm) down to an incredible 0.003 millimetres. That’s right!
Exact measurements (using electronic microscopes) show that these tiny artefacts are constructed according to the “phi proportion” (also known as the “golden section”).
You’re probably familiar with the “phi proportion”. In ancient times this fraction was the iron rule in geometry and architecture. These microscopically tiny artefacts are the product of some inexplicable and highly advanced technology from the past.
They bear remarkable resemblances to control elements used in micro-miniature devices in our latest technology “nano-machines”
Most of these artefacts were found from 10 to 40 feet (3 to 12 meters) underground.
They have been examined and analysed at the Russian Academy of Science in Moscow, Syktyvkar, and St Petersburg, as well as the Helsinki Institute (Finland), and declared to be of technological origin. Because of the undisturbed strata they were found in, these artifacts were dated at 20,000 to 300,000 years old.
Metallic objects cannot of themselves be dated. Frequently in a situation like this where metal artifacts are found, the uniformitarian (evolutionary) method is to date the object by the supposed age of the strata where it is found located. And this gives them their estimated age. However for valid scientific and biblical reasons we firmly reject the dating theorised for these artefacts.
It has been objected that the area is known as a dumping ground for industrial waste, so that they are probably light filaments – nothing more. However, these artefacts were unearthed by prospectors panning the silt for gold.
Gold prospectors never pan for gold in industrial dumping grounds.
Many hundreds of these objects are unlike anything made today, nor do they resemble any portion of such modern objects.
It is often the case that ancient “out of place” objects are denounced either as frauds or as of modern origin – but that subsequent information proves the objections to be ill-founded.
Evidently, the same has occurred in this instance. You could call me one of the world’s greatest skeptics. And honest skepticism can be healthy. However, we need also to be skeptical of our skepticism.
We may well ask, Who, thousands of years ago, was able to manufacture such micro-filigree objects – something our technology is only now just beginning to achieve?
Nowadays, finding a strange artefact in coal is a relatively frequent occurrence. In our books we have reported on numerous high technology items found embedded in rock or coal allegedly “millions of years old.”
* a zinc silver-incrusted vase
* an iron pot
* a gold chain
* a metal hammer
* a cast iron cube
* a concrete wall
Some discoveries we have not reported on before include the following:
1. In 1974, an aluminium assembly part of unknown origin was found in a sandstone quarry in Romania. Reminiscent of a hammer or a support leg of a spacecraft “Apollo”, the piece dated back to the Jurassic era (“210 to 140 million years ago”) – so, according to evolutionary dogma, could not have been manufactured by a human.
2. Not so long ago in Russia a mechanical device was found in volcanic rock which was dated 400 million years ago. It was found on the remote Kamchatka Peninsula, 150 miles from the village of Tigil, by archaeologists at the University of St. Petersburg among fossils. The reliability of the finds has been certified. According to archaeologist Yuri Golubev the find amazed experts as it was some sort of a machine. (See photo below)
3. While exploring core samples (rock samples) that were raised from a 9-metre depth during the drilling of the seabed to support the bridge on a Russian island near Cape Nazimova, strange metal alloys were discovered that were “preserved” in sandstone (dated at “240 million years old”). The pieces of special alloys had unusual composition and were clearly not used in the drilling machinery. The alloys, said Brier, were artificial and constructed by intelligent beings. All of these discoveries undermine the most fundamental doctrines of the evolution theory.