posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 10:05 PM
reply to post by Skyfloating
There is this book You Are Being Lied To The Disinformation Guide to Media Distortion, Historical Whitewashes and Cultural Myths
in page 311 there is this chapter called Forbidden Archaeology by Michael A. Cremo , and it tells some of the things museums do in order to preserve
the current state of things, in that chapter they mention the work of Virginia Steen-McIntyre, who found some amazing artifacts in Mexico that by all
means should not have existed, arrowheads, stoneworks, and the like, well, by means of the embassy I had the opportunity to speak to some people
working there and they confirmed that whatever odd stuff they or anyone with permit find, if its unclassified or odd, gets put in some wooden boxes
and left to rot ´till the end of time, or until the cue of items awaiting categorization gets to them, they also told me that lots of museums do that
on a regular basis.
so if that happens with arrowheads and stone grinds, imagine what happens with big artifacts like the one in the picture...
I'm sure it isn't Mayan at all, but asian in origin...
don't take it to official sources to date, use independent researchers, I'm sure you'll find plenty asking around at the local campus...
[edit on 24-9-2008 by TheOneEyedProphet]