The Map of the Creator
In 1999, Vladimir Krainov showed a stone slab to Professor Alexander Chuvyrov from Bashkir State University. For years, Krainov used the slab as a
stepping stone to his house. But the stone was sinking, and Krainov decided to dig it up and turn it into gravel.
Hearing about the stone slab, Professor Chuvyrov examined it and proclaimed the slab a significant find in ancient archeology. The stone appeared to
be marked with strange hieroglyphic type markings and covered with a porcelain finish.
A team of experts later determined the markings were not, as originally speculated, ancient Chinese. Nor was the porcelain finish a product made in
China. In fact, the team did not know what the markings represented, or how the item had been manufactured.
“After extensive study it was determined to be a three dimensional relief map of the Ural Region showing remarkably precise dimensions. The stone
was said to contain accurate representations of civil engineering work, irrigation systems and dams.
To create such a masterpiece would require a technology modern day scientist’s claim, couldn’t have existed at the time it was created, which was
estimated to be over 100 million years ago. The map also showed not only the Ural Region, but the Belya, Ufimka and Sutolka rivers. Later studies
revealed it was a piece of a larger artifact, perhaps a world map.”
A relief map created 100 million years ago….or a hoax? Is it possible to date the markings on the stone itself?
“Chuvyrov, being a physicist, noted “…the relief has not been manually made by an ancient stonecutter. It is simply impossible. It is obvious
that the stone was machined." X-ray photographs confirmed the slab was of artificial origin and had been made with precision tools.
The longer the slab was studied, the more mysterious it became. There were two 500-metre-wide channel systems, 12 dams, 300-500 meters wide,
approximately 10 km long and 3 km deep each. In comparison, modern day irrigation systems would appear to be mere scratches on one of today’s relief
maps. It was obvious the map had been created for aerial navigation as there were no roads or highways.
But, there were no airplanes at the time it was made…was there? According to Chuvyrov, to produce such an intricately designed map would require a
super computer. So, who created this map, extraterrestrials? Not wanting to be identified as UFO “wack job,” Chuvyrov decided to call the stone
the “Map of the Creator.” Chuvyrov also expressed doubts as to whether even today’s sophisticated cartographers could make a three dimensional
map of equal caliber.
Some scientists believe the “map” is a natural phenomenon, and that people simply are seeing what they want to see. Could this be the explanation
for the Map of the Creator? Or could the explanation lie in the vast recesses of our history?
The Aluminum Wedge of Aiud
I had a hard time finding a “credible” source for the topic of the Aluminum Wedge. Most of the sources I came across consisted of blogs, ancient
alien webpages, and the like. I feel these sources are biased, but will present what I found and leave the final determination to you.
In 1974 Romania, workers unearthed three objects. Two of the objects proved to be mastodon bones, dated to the Miocene and Pleistocene periods. The
third object, however, was strange indeed.
It was a block of metal, similar in appearance to the head of a hammer. Unsure of the object’s ultimate identity, the scientists sent it off to be
tested and studied.
According to the tests, the item is composed of 89% aluminum alloy, which does not occur naturally in nature. Therefore, the item must have been
manufactured. Supporting this claim is the shape and design of the object, which does indeed appear artificial.
The object is covered with a thick layer of aluminum oxide. After the analysis of this layer, the specialist affirmed that the object is at least 300
to 400 years old.
This result puzzled the researchers because pure aluminum was not readily obtainable until the middle of the 19th century.
Other specialists claim that the object could be 20,000 years old because it was found in a layer with mastodon bone. Perhaps this particular specimen
lived in the latter part of the Pleistocene.
Some researchers suppose that this piece of metal was part of a flying object that had fallen into the river. They presume that it had an
extraterrestrial origin. Other researchers affirm that it was made on Earth and was part of a tool. The purpose of this tool is unknown.
So….how to date the item? Since it was found in the same strata as the mastodon bones, should it be dated to the same time period, several million
years ago? Is it the landing gear of an airplane or other flying object…perhaps a time machine or alien in origin? Or is it simply a hoax, an
internet rumor with no truth or substance?
Well, there you have it, ATS. I hope you enjoyed reading this, and more importantly, I hope you will consider the arguments with an open
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