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Who Made These 2.8 Billion-Years-Old, Perfectly Balanced And Adamant Spheres?



2.8 Billion-years-old spherical artifacts were returned from a mine in South Africa, and since then have puzzled the scientific world and mystery hunters alike. What was the purpose served by these out-of-place objects? And who were their users?

Attested historic evidence of ancient advanced civilizations stretches back more than 4,500 years, to a time when the Sumerians living in ancient Mesopotamia were busy writing poems and fighting wars. This tiny span of time compared to the universal timescale highlights the many possible gaps in our history books.
One of the constant contributors to the pile of rubble lying on top of challenging historic vestiges is war. It had been waged since time immemorial and played a decisive role in demolishing or covering up all traces of once-lofty cultures.
But fortunately, the latest laser scanning technology is uncovering numerous breadcrumbs from remote times which prove that our forefathers possessed advanced notions of a great deal of things, opposite to how currently attested history wants us to believe.
As evidence of their exceptional achievements stand a collection of artifacts that were unearthed from inside a South African mine. The out-of-place-objects, as they were dubbed, were comprised of a series of various metallic spheres with smooth coating, concentric grooves around their circumference, and one inch diameter in average.
Probably the most intriguing aspect was their age – dated to about 2,8 billion years back.
According to researchers, the Klerksdorp Spheres stand proof of a remote race with exceeding technological capabilities that could create perfect spheres with the aid of complex devices, possibly through molding. It would be close to impossible for a modern sculptor to replicate such perfectly round stones, at least not without specific tools.
Part of these enigmatic stones are kept at the Museum of Klerksdorp in South Africa, where interested parts are free to gather more insight into these artifacts. Here’s what Museum Curator Roelf Marx has to say about this:
“The sphere are a complete mystery. They look man-made, yet at the time in Earth’s history when they came to rest in this rock, no intelligent life existed. They’re nothing like I’ve ever seen before.
“They are found in phyrophylite, which is mined in South Africa. this phyrophylite is a quite soft mineral with a count of only 3 on the Mohs’ scale and was formed by sedimentation about 2.8 billion years ago.
“On the other hand, the globes which have a fibrous structure on the inside with a shell around it, are very hard and cannot be scratched, not even with steel.”
The Klerksdorp spheres have a different material consistency than the pyrophylite from which they were extracted, thus hinting at their possible artificial nature, rather than resultant of a natural phenomenon.
This intriguing aspects has made those researching the spheres wonder if they were not manufactured by a long-forgotten civilization.
With a spherical design and colors varying between dark-blue, hazel, and chestnut color, these puzzling artifacts seem to hold more questions than answers. Were they utilized in some sort of ancient ritual?
Or rather their petite size and almost flawless execution indicate that these could have been used as ornaments or decorative body accessories by a former 2.8 billion years old culture?
Another remarkable attribute resulted upon inspection was the extreme balance of these out-of-place objects. Intrigued about this, Mr. Hund of Pietersburg who also had a similar stone from a different mine near Ottosdal, had forwarded an inquiry along with the material evidence he had in his possession to the California Space Institute at the University of California, from where Hund received more baffling news.
Similar spheres found at the site of Ottosdal
“It turned out that the balance is so fine, it exceeds the limit of their measuring technology and these are the guys who make gyro-compasses for NASA,” Hund said after receiving the results.
He went on offering more details about the unusual spheres which were “balanced to within one-hundred-thousands of an inch from absolute perfection.” According to investigators working at NASA, no current technology would be able to replicate something as finely balanced, unless the process would occur in zero gravity or space.
The second proposed hypothesis involved the erratic work of nature, but some traits are hard, if not impossible to relate to this scenario.
Mr. Hund noted all his particularities regarding the Klerksdorp spheres, as well as points of view shared by other fellow researchers and scientists he had discussed with, in a letter that, for a while, was displayed at the museum of out-of-place-objects in South Africa.
“I was intrigued by the form of the spheres, grooves around the middle and the fact that they are as hard as steel, while the material – phyrophylite – in which they are found, is as soft as limestone with a count of only 3 on the Moh scale.”
“They vary in size from 30 to 50 mm in diameter and have perfectly concentric grooves round the center as if they were molded. Inside the hard shell, some have a spongy substance, while in others resembles charcoal.”
The spheres were found several decades back and had gained much infamy since then. They became targeted by witch-doctors who sought them for their alleged magic powers and at one point in time a sagoma (mage) deliberately stole some of the spheres from the museum to enhance his rituals and magic powers. The stolen spheres were never returned.
After the immensurable span of time in which the Klerksdorp spheres were subjected to various forces inside Earth’s crust, their intended use became unclear and their alleged magic properties questionable. Nevertheless, the strangeness of these out-of-place-artifacts is not to be denied, and the role they might have played for our extremely ancient forefathers.
More than 200 such spheres were recovered from the Wonderstone Silver Mine in South Africa, a region where traces of previously unknown cultures have recently been brought to light. The alloy used to cover the spheres is made of a nickel and steel, a composition that doesn’t occur naturally.
Some have shells of about a quarter of an inch thick, and when split in half, an unknown substance is revealed which breaks down into particles upon first air contact.
With so many mysteries in a nutshell, the Klerksdorp spheres have made some truth seekers wonder if they might not have been related to, or used by the Anunnaki who are believed to have established a mining operation facility right on the plains of South Africa more than 200,000 years ago. The artifacts are however dated to a much further date, to a time where not even our imagination can stretch.
With this in mind, it’s possible that some historical facts had been erroneously interpreted by modern science, and pieces of the puzzle are finally starting to complete the main picture which seems rather challenging for the established paradigm.
Although time has taken its toll on these unusual artifacts and has made them indecipherable, it wasn’t enough to stop human curiosity from attributing them otherworldly origins and uses.
One thing remains certain though – their ancient creators, whoever they were, possessed advanced notions and techniques that exceeded by far the scientific interpretation attributed by modern man.
Whatever the case, the Klerksdorp spheres remain one of those mysteries extremely hard to crack.
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“Cursed charity shop painting ruined my life”, says British woman




A British woman purchased a portrait of a young girl from a charity shop and now asserts that the picture is cursed, reports

Elliot-Brown, aged 36, spotted an artwork by an unfamiliar artist at
the Hastings Advice Representation Center in St Leonards-on-Sea, East
Sussex, a month ago.

Simultaneously, the seller cautioned Zoe
about the painting possibly being cursed, revealing that a prior
purchaser of the same artwork had returned it to the store with the
statement “it ruined my life.”

Out of curiosity, Zoe captured an
image of the painting on her smartphone and shared the photo with her
68-year-old mother, Jane Elliot-Brown. Her mother seemed to be entranced
by the painting.

she began urging Zoe to acquire the painting. Yielding to her mother’s
persuasion, Zoe paid £20 for the artwork. However, as soon as she
introduced it into her home, strange occurrences commenced taking place.

Zoe entered her home and positioned the painting in the living room,
their dog named Cilla leaped up and started growling at the artwork.
Cilla deliberately kept her distance, refraining from approaching the
picture. Subsequently, Zoe’s mother’s health took a sharp decline. She
began experiencing alternating spells of fever and chills, requiring her
to wear four sweaters to keep warm.

Concurrently, Zoe’s mother
seemed to be captivated by the painting. She continuously gazed at it
and even caressed the painted girl’s cheek. During the night, she heard
peculiar knocks emanating from the room where the picture hung, despite
the room being unoccupied.

Zoe managed to persuade her mother that
the painting held negative energy and was cursed. However, Jane
staunchly defended the painting, reluctant to part with it.

never seen my mother yearn for something so intensely. She was
entranced by it, but not in a positive manner. She guarded it. She
frequently gazed at it. She ran her fingers over the painted girl’s
cheeks and polished the surface, although the painting didn’t require

“Each time I mentioned disposing of the painting, she
became exceedingly irritable. It transformed into a sort of family
heirloom for her, something she began cherishing.”

“My mother
flatly refused to get rid of the painting. I think it’s a bit like the
magic power of the Lord of the Rings ring. It definitely works in an
attractive and charming way, it seems to pull you towards it.

“My mother became a bit like Gollum from The Lord of the Rings,” says Zoe.

herself says that it seems to her that the painted girl is very unhappy
and she stroked her to comfort her. She also does not attribute the
deterioration of her health to the purchase of the painting.

the same time, she admits that there were several cases when someone
seemed to knock on the door, and when she opened it, there was no one on
the threshold.

One day, Jane became so ill that she fainted right
in the bathroom. Zoe called 911, but her mother refused to go to the
hospital and was eventually left at home.

One morning, Zoe entered
the living room and saw her mother standing and stroking the painted
girl on her cheeks. And the mother could not remember how she ended up
in the living room and what she did at night.

was strange behavior, especially for my mom. She couldn’t remember
anything from what happened last night. My mom is still very weird and
distracted and doesn’t want to discuss it.”

And then something
even more frightening happened. Zoe and her friend Ben went for a walk
on a hill during a thunderstorm and suddenly saw a “creepy black figure”
that suddenly appeared in front of them.

They do not know if this
is related to the painting, but they immediately ran back in fear.
Deciding to get rid of the cursed painting, Zoey eventually took it and
took it to the same shop where she bought it.

And when she drove
up to the store, she saw that in one of the tires of the car, brand new,
someone stuck a screw. She gave the painting to the seller, but then
changed her mind and took it back.

didn’t want someone else to buy the painting and get hurt because of
it. Now Zoe wants to give the picture only to someone who understands
damn things.

Now the painting is kept in Zoya’s house in a box filled with sage (it is believed that sage helps against evil spirits).

She also hung sage in every corner of the house, although Zoya’s mother was very unhappy with this.

thought knowing my luck some idiot will go and get it and try and burn
it and I don’t really want to be left with the remainder of whatever the
hell has been going on. Technically I was the last owner. [I want it]
dealt with properly. […]”

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Wild man with a spear in his hand was spotted in the forests of Germany




A mysterious wild man, nicknamed by the locals “the wolf man”, was
photographed in the forested mountains of the Harz, in the center of
Germany. The man was completely naked and held a spear in his hand.

savage was accidentally noticed by two tourists who were walking
through the forest, not far from the city of Blankenburg in
Saxony-Anhalt, and examined the ruins of an old castle.

“When we
reached the caves in the sands, we saw this wolf-man. He stood high in
one of the caves and held in his hand a long wooden stick that looked
like a spear.

“He didn’t take his eyes off us, but he didn’t say
anything. He looked dirty and looked like a prehistoric man from the
Stone Age, like pictures in a history book,” Gina Weiss, 31, told Bild

to Weiss and her friend Toby, they observed this man for about ten
minutes. The naked man appeared to be in his forties and reportedly
these tourists were not the first to have seen him in the area.

It is assumed that he has been living in the forests near Blankenburg for about five years.

Authorities say they have received numerous reports of a person wearing a wolf’s skin or wolf costume over the past five years.

March 2023, a frightened eyewitness even called the police because he
thought that a wolfman running next to him wanted to attack him. In
other cases, people have seen how a savage is trying to make a fire or
building a hut out of branches for himself.

At the same time, it
is quite cold in this area in winter and it is not clear how this person
managed to survive here for several years.

According to Alexander
Beck, head of the local fire brigade, this savage clearly has the
skills to live in the wild and adapt to the changing seasons of the

Where this man came from is unknown. There are many theories, from the hermit to more mystical versions such as time portals.

However, there are those who believe that all this is just some kind of prank to scare tourists or some other purpose.

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