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Forgotten Discoverys

Deep Time Out-of-Place Artifacts -- Four Interpretations of Their Origins

 

Report Topics:

A general assessment of the existence of “out-of-place artifacts” and “geologic anomalies“ -- why they are an embarrassment to modern conservative researchers
List of over 220 artifacts giving location, date of discovery, artifact description with geologic settings, and the geologic age
Artifact examples from the Pleistocene, Pliocene, Miocene, Oligocene, Eocene, Paleocene, Cretaceous, Jurassic, Triassic, Permian, Carboniferous, Devonian, Silurian, Ordovician, Cambrian, Precambrian, Proterozoic, Archean and Hadean ages
An examination of four models of interpretation—Uniformitarian Evolution, Bible-based Creationism, Ancient Astronauts Theory or Extraterrestrialism, and the Philosophical-Metaphysical-Occult-Esoteric Paradigm
Has the Earth had more than one graduation class of intelligent life, going back over 4 billion years? :andaya:

 

Full Report: Here are some of the many examples of out-of-place artifacts that have been discovered so far among the geologic layers of deep time. Each listing gives the Location, the Date of Discovery, the Artifact Description with Geologic Setting, and the Geologic Age:

 

 

PLEISTOCENE 12,000–2 million years ago— :andaya:

 

Aiud, Rumania—1974—manufactured wedge of aluminum—11,000 to 12,000 years old

 

Costa Rica and other global locations -- discovered in the 1930’s to the present -- over a thousand perfectly carved stone spheres of various sizes, some inscribed with images -- 1,200 to 12,000 years old

 

Acambaro, Mexico -- unearthed beginning in 1945 -- 33,000 sculptured clay figurines of dinosaurs extinct from 65 to 275 million years -- the figurines themselves are 7,000 to 12,000 years old - Ceramic Figurines

 

Prehistoric site situated on the northwest Black Sea littoral area, Bulgaria -- 2003 -- graphite cylinder with finely-worked smelted and coiled gold wire internal wrap, specifically designed to hold an electrical charge -- 8,000 to 12,000 years old

 

Yakutsk, Siberia, Russia -- circa 1900 -- auroch bull skull with a bullet hole in the center of its forehead, partially grown back -- 12,000 years old

 

Bayan Kara-ula, Qinghai Province, China -- 1938 -- cavern containing 716 cobalt stone disks with spiral grooves lined with unknown letters belonging to the extinct Dropa peoples -- over 12,000 years old

 

Lubaantum, Belize -- 1927 -- Mitchell-Hedges crystal skull -- between 20,000 and 50,000 years old - Crystal Skull

 

Kottenforst, Germany -- first recorded in thirteenth century -- non-corroded iron pillar half-buried in glacial till -- 30,000 years old

 

Broken Knife Ridge, Northwest Territory, Canada -- 1950’s -- inscribed quartzite boulder atop pyramidal mound -- 30,000 years old

 

Broken Hill, Zambia -- 1921 -- Human skull with bullet hole, found under 14 feet of rock -- 38,000 years old

 

North of Mexico City -- 1920’s -- remains of buried city with pottery and engraved tablets found 38 feet below surface -- 50,000 years old

 

Off Yonaguni island, Okinawa -- 1996 -- massive sunken ruins of large block construction in 40 to 100 feet of water -- oldest aspects dating back to 50,000 years old - Divers Find World's Oldest Building

 

Near the Ohio River north of Cincinnati -- 1826 -- buried tree trunk showing signs of ax marks, and embedded oxidized wedge of iron, from a well dug to 54 feet deep -- 50,000 to 75,000 years old

 

Santa Ana River Valley, Ventura County, California -- 1888 -- a dozen cogged stone wheels averaging 6.5 inches in diameter -- estimated 60,000 years old

 

Jinmium, Northern Territory, Australia -- 1996 -- thousands of carved stone circles and stone tools -- between 60,000 and 176,000 years old

 

Near Montauk, Long Island, New York -- 1990 -- large machine-like components covered with undecipherable glyphs, excavated from glacial morainal till -- estimated 65,000 years old

 

Sheguaiandah, Manitoulin Island in northern Lake Huron -- 1952 -- advanced stone tools, found in glacial deposits -- 65,000 to 125,000 years old

 

In silver mine in the Andean mountains near Lima, Peru -- 1572 -- well-preserved six-inch iron nail, embedded in large conglomerate boulder -- between 75,000 and 100,000 years old

 

Old Crow River, Yukon, Canada -- 1970’s -- bones with cut marks -- 80,000 years old

 

Texas Street, San Diego, California -- 1950 to 1953 -- hearth and stone tools dug up -- between 80,000 and 90,000 years old

 

Near Stirling, Illinois -- 1881 -- copper knife unearthed near a mastodon leg-bone buried together in undisturbed drift gravel -- 100,000 years old

 

Moses Lake, Washington -- 1971 -- choppers and scrapers made from quartzite, unearthed from beneath glacial moraine -- 100,000 years old

 

Pretoria, South Africa -- 2008 -- flaked hunting tools -- 100,000 years old

 

Petite Anse Island, Louisiana -- circa 1890 -- well-worked pottery shards with remains of baskets and matting, unearthed at a depth of 15 to 20 feet beneath glacial layers containing mastodon bones -- over 100,000 years old

 

North of Albuquerque, New Mexico -- 1998 -- man-made object of ceramic and steel-like metal, very similar to a three-prong electrical plug, found encased in a stone of quartz and feldspar granite -- 100,000 years old

 

Trenton, New Jersey -- 1899 -- human femure and skull fragments found in Sangamon Interglacial stratum -- 107.000 years old

 

Black Forks River, Wyoming -- 1932 -- stone hand axes and other tools -- 150,000 years old

 

Crowley’s Ridge, Arkansas -- 1921 -- carved stone head with metal ornaments and other stone artifacts -- 175,000 years old

 

Washout of the River Carron near Edinburgh, Scotland -- 1726 -- remains of a 36-foot oak canoe embedded beneath several layers of sea deposits and glacial till -- between 175,000 and 225,000 years old

 

Whiteside Country, Illinois -- 1851 -- copper hook and ring brought up from 120 feet down -- 200,000 years old

 

Rock shelf between Edmond and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- 1969 -- inlaid floor covering several thousand square feet composed of evenly spaced diamond-shaped tiles into which were drilled post holes for wall supports, encased in rock at a depth of 3 feet -- at least 200,000 years old

 

Banks of the Elbe River near Hamburg, Germany -- between 1865 and 1873 -- a series of carvings depicting Ice Age mammals and portraits of modern-looking humans -- 200,000 years old

 

Calico, California -- 1929, 1930 -- variety of cutting stone tools -- 200,000 years old

 

Uran-Zohra in the Euphrates Valley, southeastern Turkey -- 1958 -- road construction unearthed a tomb containing a human femur measuring 47.25 inches long -- estimated age 200,000 years old

 

Near Managua, Nicaragua -- 1884 -- human foot prints found in quarry -- 200,000 years old

 

Narada River, eastern slopes of the Ural Mountains, Russia -- 1993 -- spiral-shaped objects, the smallest being 1/10,000th of an inch in size, made of copper, tungsten and molybdenum -- between 200,000 and 318,000 years old

 

Lawn Ridge, Illinois -- 1870 -- machine-rolled, acid-etched metallic coin unearthed from 114 feet down -- between 200,000 and 400,000 years old

 

Hueyatlaco near Puebla, Mexico -- beginning in 1973 -- sophisticated stone tools -- when dated using uranium series, zircon fission track and tephra hydration dating techniques, the convergent age was calculated at 250,000 years old

 

Near Demirkopru, Turkey -- 1970 -- modern human foot print in volcanic ash -- 250,000 years old

 

Near Buda, Hungary -- 1990’s -- modern-type human skull fragments -- between 250,000 and 450,000 years old

 

Lagoa Santa and Bahia, Brazil -- 1970, 1986, 1987 -- human skull cap, crude cave paintings and stone tools -- 295,000 years old

 

Nampa, Idaho -- 1889 -- clay doll-like human figurine brought up by a drill pump from a depth of 320 feet -- between 300,000 and 2 million years old - Nampa Doll

 

Near Marlboro, Ohio -- 1880 -- black marble statuette -- 300,000 years old

 

Galley Hill near London -- 1888 -- modern-looking skeleton along with stone tools, embedded in chalk deposits from the Holstein Inter-Glacial -- 330,000 years old

 

Beneath the Avenue de Clichy, Paris -- 1868 -- skull, femur, tibia and foot bones of a modern-type human, from a layer between two glacial morainal deposits -- 330,000 years old

 

Moulin Quignon, Abbeville, France -- 1863 -- anatomically modern human jaw accompanied by Acheulean stone implements, removed from a layer of black sand and gravel -- recently re-assessed at 400,000 years old

 

Near Ipswich in East Anglia, England -- 1911 -- an anatomically modern human skeleton unearthed beneath a layer of glacial boulder clay -- 400,000 years old

 

Archaeological site in the northern Jordan Valley, Israel -- 1989 -- a petrified plank of willow wood measuring 10 inches long by 5 inches wide, highly polished on one side and with a straight and beveled edge -- 500,000 years old

 

Coso Mountains near Olancha, California -- 1961 -- porcelain, copper and other metal components of what looks like a spark plug embedded in a geode --  500,000 years old

 

Near Jinan, Shandong Province, China -- 2001 -- sophisticated wooden club with rope and metal cutting blade, found in undisturbed Lower Paleolithic soil --  700,000 years old

 

Anza-Borrago Desert, California -- 1980 -- mammoth bones incised by stone tools -- 750,000 years old

 

Bed II at Olduvai Gorge in East Africa -- 1913 -- anatomically modern human skeleton embedded in rock matrix -- 1 million years old

 

Near Cleveland, Tennessee -- 1891 -- stone wall with red slate plaster covering unknown script with pictographs -- over 1 million years old

 

El Salvador -- 1955 -- fossil human foot prints uncovered during road construction -- over 1 million years old

 

Sierra de Atapuerca region, Spain -- 2007 -- human tooth -- 1 to 1.2 million years old

 

Buenes Aires, Argentina -- 1896 -- upper portion of modern-looking human skull -- found 36 feet below bed of La Plata River -- 1 to 1.5 million years old

 

East bank of Connecticut River, south of Hadley, Massachusetts -- 1852 -- imprint of boy’s foot in stone buried by 20 feet of alluvial sand -- 1 to 2 million years old

 

Near Puebla, Mexico -- 2003 -- human foot prints pressed in solidified volcanic ash -- 1.3 million years old

 

Java, Indonesia -- 1877 -- fossilized cement-plastoid castings found inside Solo River Formation -- 1.5 million years old

 

Near Memphis, Tennessee -- 1880 -- remains of pavement stones, cisterns and brickwork, found at a depth of 70 feet underground -- estimated at 1.5 million years old

 

Woodbridge in the San Joaquin Valley, California -- circa 1885 -- a beautifully plummet-like object made of sienite that had all the appearance of being machine-tooled, discovered at a depth of 30 feet in undisturbed Pleistocene gravel -- over 1.5 million years old

 

Gorno-Altaisk and Uriak on the Lena River, Siberia, Russia -- 1961 -- wide range of stone tools -- between 1.5 and 2 million years old

 

In the Palk Straits between India and Sri Lanka -- 2002 -- NASA Shuttle photographed the sunken remnants of a prehistoric bridge -- 1.75 million years old

 

Xihoudu, China and Diring Yurlach, Siberia -- 1980’s -- paleoliths, cut and burnt bones -- 1.8 million years old

 

 

PLIOCENE 2–5 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Gobi Desert, Outer Mongolia -- 1959 -- human shoe track with well-defined sole ribbing and stitching -- 2 million years old

 

La Denise, France -- 1840’s -- human skull fragments -- 2 million years old

 

San Valentino, Italy -- 1876 -- cut animal bones found in Astian strata -- 2 million years old

 

South-central Louisiana -- 1990’s -- unnatural cylindrical structures found in Pliocene Citronelle Formation -- 2 million years old

 

St. Prest, France -- 1863 -- rhino tibia with cut marks -- 2 million years old

 

Near Carson City, Nevada -- 1882 -- human footprints along with Pliocene animal tracks imprinted into sandstone surface -- over 2 million years old

 

Central Italy -- 1871 -- pointed flint instruments recovered from Acquatraverson erosion materials -- over 2 million years old

 

Suffolk, England -- 1881 -- a shell carved with the shape of a human face, found in Pliocene Red Crag Formation -- over 2 million years old

 

Southern Georgia -- 1881 -- two silver crosses, one inscribed with alphabetic writing -- 2 to 3 million years old

 

On the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, Italy -- 1503 -- a huge boulder containing the pieces of a petrified ship -- estimated age between 2 and 3 million years old

 

Suffolk, England -- 1923 -- eoliths found in Red Crag Formation and below it -- over 2.5 million years old

 

Foxhall, England -- 1855, 1924 -- a human jaw of modern type; discovered at the later date were stone tools and evidence of the use of fire -- 2.5 million years old

 

Various locations in the Kent Plateau in southeastern England -- 1892 -- a series of stone tools identified as eoliths and paleoliths, dating to the Middle Pliocene -- 2 to 4 million years old

 

Monte Hermosa, Argentina -- 1912 -- advanced stone tools, signs of fire, broken mammal bones and human vertebrae were unearthed in a Pliocene formation -- at least 3 million years old

 

Near headwaters of Tennessee River, south of Braystow, North Carolina -- 1840’s -- several giant human tracks imprinted in solid stone -- 3 million years old

 

Corwen, Denbighshire -- first reported in sixth century A.D. -- large shoe imprint embedded in stone surface -- 3 million years old

 

Miramar, on the Argentinian coast south of Buenos Aires -- between 1913 and 1921 -- stone implements, including bolas and an arrowhead embedded in the femur bone of an extinct toxodon, as well as a fully human fossil jaw fragment, all encased in Chapadmalalon Formation -- 3 to 5 million years old

 

Near Tulsa, Oklahoma -- 1969 -- human footprints in sandstone stratum -- between 3 and 5 million years old

 

Laetoli, Tanzania -- 1979 -- a footprint indistinguishable from those of modern humans was discovered in solidified volcanic ash -- between 3.5 and 3.75 million years old

 

Near Castenedolo, Italy -- 1860 -- upper portion of a human cranium and portions of two children's skeletons, from Astian stage of the Middle Pliocene -- 3 to 4 million years old

 

Banks of the Schuykill River near Birdsboro, Pennsylvania -- 1968 -- human footprint embedded in red shale -- 4 million years old

 

Gold mine at Table Mountain near Needles, California -- 1863 -- stone grinding disk, mortar and pestle unearthed among fossilized animal bones from the Pliocene -- 5 million years old

 

Pikermi, Greece -- 1872 -- Pliocene animal bones with tool marks -- 5 million years old

 

Averayer, near Chermoog, Armenia -- known since fifth century A.D. -- large human stone profile face unearthed by an earthquake -- 5 to 6 million years old

 

 

MIOCENE 5–23 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Various gold mines in California -- 1863 to 1880 -- spear points and stone artifacts -- older than 9 million years old

 

Near Concordia, British Columbia, Canada -- circa 1930’s -- complete skeleton of a mastodon encased in an artificially made salt pond with paving stones on its floor -- 10 million years old

 

Table Mountain Mine, near Needles, California -- 1886 -- complete modern-looking human skull -- 12 million years old

 

South of Arezzo, Italy -- 1863 -- part of a human skull dug up in fossil-filled blue clay -- 15 million years old

 

White Sands, New Mexico -- 1931 -- giant human tracks -- 15 million years old

 

Lake Titicaca region, Bolivia -- 2008 -- human footprint in Miocene strata -- 20 million years old

 

Mediterranean region, Indonesian region, other planetary locations -- 2005 -- gravitational anomalies revealing huge mega-figures, symbols and tunnel systems shaped into rock formations at great depth -- estimated 20 million years old

 

Lake Eyre basin, south-central Australia -- 1906 -- carving of platypus, only possible when indigenous during the Miocene -- 20 million years old

 

Yenangyaung, Burma -- 1894 -- flint tools, scrapers -- 20 million years old

 

Pedro Mountain, Wyoming -- 1932 -- diminutive human skeleton blasted out of solid rock -- 20 million years old

 

Ravine wall in Nye Country, California -- 1952 -- rock-encased iron chain and fragments of pavement stone -- 20 million years old

 

Northern Portugal -- 1884 -- stone tools firmly embedded in Miocene conglomerate -- 20 million years old

 

Coal mine in Tuscany, Italy -- 1958 -- human skull brought up from a depth of 600 feet -- 20 million years old - Child's Jaw in Coal

 

Near Paris, France -- 1873 -- fossilized rhino bones with cut-marks made by an intelligent hand, plus the bone fragment of a dinotherium engraved with the figure of a quadruped, all found in Miocene stratum -- 20 million years old

 

East of the village of Moule on the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe -- 1812 -- a number of human skeletons unearthed from Miocene limestone strata -- 20 million years old

 

Near the Dardanelles, Turkey -- 1873 -- carved mastodon bone depicting a horned four-legged animal and eight pictographs, discovered in Miocene flintstone -- over 20 million years old

 

Plateau Valley, Colorado -- 1936 -- buried pavement made with five-inch square tiles found in same layer as Miocene horse bones -- over 20 million years old

 

Abbey Mine of Treasure City, Nevada -- 1865 -- piece of feldspar containing the remains of a 2-inch metal screw -- over 20 million years old

 

Mazong Mountain region, Gansu Province, China -- 2000 -- pear-shaped black lithic stone encasing a metal bar with highly regular screw threads entwined its full length -- estimated between 20 and 30 million years old

 

Tongariro region, North Island, New Zealand -- 1904 -- anthropomorphic gold micro-sculptures embedded in Pareora rock series -- 23 million years old

 

 

OLIGOCENE 23–34 million years ago --

 

Aix-en-Provence, France -- between 1786 and 1788 -- heavily corroded metal coins, stone pillars, and wooden tools with handles petrified into agate, excavated from an Oligocene limestone quarry -- 24 to 36 million years old - Tools in Rock

 

Theney and Aurillac, France, and Boncelles, Belgium -- 1893 -- paleoliths unearthed from Oligocene strata -- between 25 and 38 million years old

 

Mutual Coal Mine of Bear Creek, Montana -- 1926 -- petrified human tooth -- 30 million years old - Tooth in Coal

 

Ohio River Valley -- 1883 -- thimble-like metal object embedded in Oligocene coal -- 30 million years old

 

 

EOCENE 34–55 million years ago -- :andaya:

 

Delemont, Switzerland -- 1883 -- human skeleton found in ferruginous clays from the Late Eocene -- 35 million years old

 

North of Pachacamac, Peru -- circa 1920 -- pottery remains depicting llamas with five toes that were extinct since the Oligocene, unearthed along with the bones of five-toed llamas -- 35 million years old

 

Kalinin, Russia -- 1987 -- amber containing piece of woven fabric -- 38 million years old

 

Near Santa Fe, New Mexico -- 1975 -- human-like footprints -- 40 million years old

 

Globe, Arizona -- 1875 -- nine-inch pure silver globe with surface etchings -- 45 million years old

 

Montaigu, France -- 1861 -- carved chalk ball with tool marks dug out of a lignite coal mine -- between 45 and 55 million years old

 

Near Frieberg, Germany -- 1842 -- human skull turned to brown coal excavated from a lignite quarry -- 50 million years old

 

Bavaria, Germany -- 1876 -- carbonite artifacts surrounded in German Messel Oil Shale -- 50 million years old

 

Akpinar, Turkey -- 1993 -- small submarine-like metal craft encased in sandstone -- 50 million years old

 

 

PALEOCENE 55–65 million years ago -- :andaya:

 

Near Vocklabruck, Austria -- 1885 -- incised cast-iron cube found encased in Tertiary coal -- 60 million years old

 

Near Hohot, Inner Mongolia -- 1967 -- fossilized mammoth found in a coal seam along with dinosaur bones, both geologically out-of-place -- 60 million years old

 

 

CRETACEOUS 65–141 million years ago --

 

Coal mine in Bernissant, Belgium -- circa 1890 -- geologically out-of-place mixture of dinosaur species including iguanodon along with modern forms of tortoises, crocodiles, fish and human remains -- 65 million years old

 

Near Bogota, Colombia -- 1998 -- fossilized human hand and foot bones -- over 65 million years old

 

Quarry at Saint-Jean de Livet, France -- 1973 -- forged and cast metal nodules encased in Aptian chalk -- over 65 million years old

 

Near Bozeman, Montana -- 2005 -- Tyrannosaurus rex bone fragment containing still soft organic cellular tissue -- 70 million years old

 

Near Alamogordo, Texas -- 1971 -- giant human footprints impressed into gypsum -- 70 million years old

 

Dinosaur Flats, Texas -- 1992 -- set of regularly-spaced cog-wheel imprints running alongside dinosaur tracks in Cretaceous limestone -- 70 million years old

 

Alberta, Canada -- 1899 -- intricately carved fossilized ceramic segments encased in Bully River stratum -- 70 million years old

 

Near Bredenstone, England -- 1910 -- copper coin inscribed with images and lettering, found in Dover chalk formation -- between 87 and 90 million years old

 

Near the mouth of the Little Cheyenne River, South Dakota -- 1882 -- three moccasin prints impressed into white magnesium limestone -- 100 million years old

 

Carizzo Valley, Oklahoma -- 1973 -- human footprints and sandal prints embedded in both Morrison Formation and Dakota Sandstone -- over 100 million years old

 

Lisbon Valley near Moab, Utah -- 1971, 1992 and 1996 -- two human skeletons removed out of Lower Dakota and Upper Morrison Formations; since this initial discovery other skeletons have been discovered in the same site -- all dated over 100 million years old

 

In Hughenden northeast of Winton, Queensland, Australia, near Porcupine Gorge, and southeast of Winton -- 1969 -- human footprints located along with a wide assortment of animal prints, including those of emus -- 100 million years old

 

Rock ledge next to a waterfall near London, Texas -- 1934 -- a small iron-alloy hammer 6 inches long and 1 inch in diameter, with a partially carbonized wooden handle, found embedded in Travis Formation sandstone of the Lower Cretaceous -- between 110 and 115 million years old - London Hammer

 

Banks of the Puluxy River near Glen Rose, Texas -- between 1908 and the present -- dozens of human footprints in the same stratum with, and in some cases crossing into, dinosaur prints, situated in Twin Mountain Formation of the Trinity Group -- between 115 and 130 million years old

 

In the mountains of the Canton of Berne, Switzerland -- 1460 -- the petrified remains of a wooden ship with unknown carvings, broken masts and sails made from rotted woolen fibers, and embedded with the skeletal fragments of forty individuals, uncovered in a metal mine at a depth of 100 feet -- estimated age 120 million years

 

Chandar, the Urals, Russia -- 2002 -- stone map composed of three different elements (dolomite, diopside and porcelain) depicting a detailed hydrological survey in three dimensions of the entire region, including the presence of the Magnetic North Pole in the Yamal Peninsula as it existed 120 million years ago -- between 60 and 120 million years old

 

Chalk Mountain, Texas -- 1957, 1992 and 1993 -- a human tooth and part of a fossilized human finger embedded in Glen Rose Formation; later, two more teeth were discovered in the same layer -- 125 million years old

 

Private mine near Beckley, West Virginia -- 1985 -- coal chunk containing a gold-plated pendant necklace with a purple heart in its center, and made up of large and small links ending in a clasp -- estimated 130 million years old

 

Ica, Peru -- 1572 to the present -- over 100,000 andesite stones bearing carved images of plants, extinct animals including dinosaurs, sunken continents, open-heart surgery, brain transplants and mystical symbols -- between 130 and 185 million years old - Ica Stones

 

Oamaru, South Island, New Zealand -- known since eighteenth century -- Moeraki carved spheres containing quartz cores -- 135 million years old

 

Coal mine in northern Scotland -- 1852 -- molded and machine-refined iron rod embedded in Cretaceous coal -- between 135 and 235 million years old - Scotland Metal in Coal

 

Rocky Point Mine in Gilmore, Colorado -- 1865 -- human bones and copper arrowhead removed from a silver vein 400 feet down -- 135 million years old

 

Matto Grasso, Brazil -- 1841 -- miscellaneous ceramic containers encased in Brazilian Santana Formation -- 140 million years old

 

 

JURASSIC 141–202 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Near Parkersburg, West Virginia -- 1876 -- human footprint enclosed in stone -- 150 million years old

 

North of Sacramento, California -- 1851 -- a piece of gold-bearing quartz broken open to reveal embedded inside a two-inch cut iron nail perfectly straight and with a pristine head still to be seen inside the quartz -- 150 million years old - Nail in Quartz

 

Kara-Kum Desert, Turkmenistan -- 1992 -- calcified human footprint found among dinosaur tracks -- 150 million years old

 

Silesia, Germany -- 1833 -- silicate replacement fossilizations found in German Solnhofen Limestone -- 150 million years old

 

Utah, varius locations -- since 1970’s -- rusted iron pipes embedded in Navajo Sandstone -- 160 million years old

 

Near Tuba City, Arizona -- 1987 -- mixture of human footprints, sandal prints, mammal and dinosaur tracks occurring in the Keyenta Formation of the Glen Canyon Group, part of the Colorado Plateau Sequence -- 175 to 200 million years old

 

Near Eureka, Nevada -- 1877 -- giant human leg-bone and kneecap encased in a dark red quartzite outcropping -- 185 million years old

 

On the Macleary River near Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia -- 1966 -- large-sized human footprints impressed into sandstone -- between 185 to 200 million years old

 

Arizona-Utah state line -- 2007 -- three-quarters acre stone surface with dinosaur tracks with underlyng geometric patterns -- 190 million years old

 

Along Guyandotte River, West Virginia -- rediscovered 1920 -- mega-block construction and sculpted human-like head -- 200 million years old

 

In the Megalong Valley in the Blue Mountains and at Mulgoa, south of Perinth, NSW, Australia -- 1960’s and 1970’s -- a total of over 90 giant human footprints found impressed into ironstone -- estimated 200 to 225 million years old

 

Mount Victoria, NSW, Australia -- 1978 -- giant human track impressed into Mount Victoria stratum -- over 200 million years old

 

 

TRIASSIC 202–250 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Jomson, northern Nepal -- 1984 -- solid steel cylinder surrounded by polished brass rings embedded in Triassic Dogger and Malm Formations -- between 200 and 225 million years old

 

Silver mine near Cayatambo, Peru -- 1572 -- a 6-inch corrosion-free nail or spike in the shape of a cross riveted to a piece of petrified wood encased in extremely hard metamorphic rock -- estimated age 220 million years old

 

Mined hill near Callao, Peru -- 1680 -- an embedded ship whose petrified masts protruded out of the rock face just above the mine's entrance -- over 220 million years old

 

Fisher Canyon, Nevada -- 1922 -- shoe print with leather heel and double-stitching imprint pressed into Triassic limestone -- 213 to 248 million years old

 

Near Ulaan Bataar, Outer Mongolia -- 1923 -- carved stone artifacts found in Djadochta Formation -- 235 million years old

 

Southern Argentina -- 1822 -- silver alloyed cubicles buried in the Ischigualasto Badland Formations -- 250 million years old

 

Morrisonville, Illinois -- 1891 -- ten-inch gold chain encased in a lump of coal -- between 250 and 320 million years old - Chain In Coal

 

 

PERMIAN 250–290 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Elysian Park, Savannah, Georgia -- 1897 -- shoe print in fine-grained shale containing Permian fish and flora fossils -- at least 275 million years old

 

Twenty-four coal seam sites near Mohaney and Shenandoah, Pennsylvania -- beginning 1981 -- thousands of bone fragments including giant human femurs, jaws and craniums, plus pieces of carbonized tool handles, all encased in coal -- 280 million years old

 

Room 24 of Mine Shaft Number 9 near Heavener, Oklahoma -- 1928 -- masonry wall composed of 12-inch highly polished cement cubes encased in a coal seam -- 286 million years old

 

Macoupin County, Illinois -- 1862 -- bones of a man coated with a glossy black coal layer extracted from a coal bed capped with 2 feet of slate rock and at a depth of 90 feet below the surface -- between 286 and 320 million years old

 

Zapata track site, Robledo Mountain, New Mexico -- 1987 -- large barefoot human print pressed into Permian limestone -- 290 million years old

 

 

CARBONIFEROUS 290–363 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Eastern Scotland -- 1834 -- geometric impressions found in coal seams of the Edinburgh Beds -- 300 million years old

 

Coal mine in Wales -- 1901 -- inscribed metal coin embedded in Carboniferous coal -- 300 million years old

 

Abandoned coal mines throughout southern Illinois -- 2007 -- fossilized fern forest with blade-cut ends and geometrically arranged branches forming an intelligent floor pattern -- 300 million years old

 

Big Hill near Berea, Kentucky -- 1930 -- twelve human footprints in gray Pottsville sandstone -- over 300 million years old

 

Coal mine near Hammondville, Ohio -- 1869 -- smooth slate wall covered with unknown alphabetic writing of raised letters that left impressions in the surrounding coal -- over 300 million years old

 

Mount Baigong region, Qinghai Province, China -- 2008 -- several dozen uniform sixteen-inch wide iron pipes embedded in various caverns -- 300 to 425 million years old

 

Ellengowen Mine, Shenandoah, Pennsylvania -- circa 1880 -- at a depth of 1,500 feet, outlines of a human leg of gigantic stature impressed into the coal, along with the clear images of extinct leaves and ferns -- 320 million years old

 

Wilberton, Oklahoma -- 1912 -- chunk of coal containing a small metal pot -- between 320 and 325 million years old - Iron Cup

 

Wilkes-Barre Coal Mine near Ashley and Hazelton, Pennsylvania -- 1881 -- at a depth of 475 feet, the impression in a block of coal of the limbs, muscles and ligaments of a twelve-foot tall human -- 325 million years old

 

Rock quarry near Tweed and Rutherford, England -- 1844 -- gold thread embedded in stone -- between 320 and 340 million years old - Gold Thread

 

Mine Number 23 near Wilberton, Oklahoma -- 1926 -- grooved silver barrel-shaped artifact embedded in coal -- 325 million years old

 

Near Charleston, West Virginia -- 1944 -- brass bell with long handle topped with a winged being, and containing an iron clapper, encased in lump of coal -- 325 million years old - Brass Bell

 

Nova Scotia, Canada -- 1859 -- heavily oxidized objets d'art from the Joggins Formation -- 325 million years old

 

Lehigh Coal Mine of Webster City, Iowa -- 1897 -- sandstone slab with carved portraits of a man -- over 325 million years old

 

West bank of the Mississippi River south of St. Louis, Missouri -- 1822 -- human footprints and an impression of a roll of parchment on an outcropping of grayish-blue crinoidal limestone -- 345 million years old

 

Near Manchester, England -- 1851 -- series of burnt carved spherical stones embedded in coal -- 345 million years old

 

 

DEVONIAN 363– 409 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Kindgoodie Quarry near Inchya, Scotland -- 1844 -- nail found encased in sandstone block -- between 360 and 400 million years old -- Nail in Stone

 

Grampian Hills, Scotland -- 1861 -- crystallized iron artifacts embedded in Scottish Old Red Sandstone -- 375 million years old

 

Gilboa, Catskills, New York -- 1870’s -- earliest tree fossils having trunks with cut marks -- 385 million years old

 

Adorf, Germany -- 2008 -- microscopic tubular filaments of an artificial nature -- 400 million years old

 

North of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- 1822 -- several rows of evenly spaced machine-precision perfect diamond shapes with raised bands across each center, impressed in sandstone -- over 400 million years old

 

 

SILURIAN 409– 439 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Dry Branch, Missouri -- 1880 -- human skull, portions of ribs and vertebrae, two barbed flint arrowheads, and impressions of fiber matting encased in saccharoidal sandstone -- 425 million years old

 

Northern Berks County, Pennsylvania -- 1966 -- tiny arrow or trident impressions in a straight row found in Silurian stratum -- 425 million years old

 

Outside Amman, Jordan -- 1918 -- metallic geometrics unearthed from Jordanian Wadi Ram Formations --  440 million years old

 

 

ORDOVICIAN 439–510 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Near Lake Windemere, England -- 1948 -- shoe impress with tacking, linear and floral designs in the sole and heel -- 500 million years old

 

Near Salt Lake City, Utah -- 1929 -- nickel-steel alloy artifacts surrounded in Whitelock-Champlainian Formation series -- 500 million years old

 

Henerson Quarry near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- 1829 -- block of Cambrio-Ordovician marble with two precision-cut letters, "I" and "U," engraved in it -- between 500 and 600 million years old

 

 

CAMBRIAN 510–560 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Antelope Springs, Utah -- 1968 -- sandal print with crushed trilobites in the impression, encased in Cambrian Wheeler Formation -- 520 million years old

 

Near Gothaab, Greenland -- 1896 -- cut and polished obsidian cones and cylinders encased in Sirius Passet Formation -- 520 million years old

 

Above Victoria Falls near Loch Maree, Scotland -- several machine-rolled and cut bands of iron embedded in Torridon Red Sandstone -- 550 million years old

 

Salt mines in the Salt Range Mountains, Pakistan -- 1945 -- fossils of angiosperms, gymnosperms and other forms of advanced flowering plants, pieces of wood from trees, as well as insect remains, found in the Saline Series of the early Cambrian, suggesting that highly evolved flora and fauna have appeared more than once on this planet -- 550 million years old

 

 

PRECAMBRIAN 560–610 million years ago --  :andaya:

 

Meeting House Hill, Dorchester, Massachusetts -- 1852 -- bell-shaped vessel made of zinc composite with intricate inlaid silver design work, blown out of Roxbury Conglomerate -- at least 600 million years old - Dorchester Vessel

 

 

PROTEROZOIC 610 million–2.5 billion years ago --  :andaya:

 

Sierra Anchor region near Phoenix, Arizona -- 1972 -- series of hollow petrified cylinders encased in Proterozoic sandstone -- 1.2 billion years old

 

Hudson Bay, Canada -- 1872 -- corundum alloyed micro-sculptures embedded in the Belcher Group Formation -- 1.8 billion years old

 

Near Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada -- 1982 -- human-like footprints with four toes and in double rows -- 2 billion years old

 

Perth region, western Australia -- 1966 -- wire and sheet metal artifacts discovered by X-ray inside geodes among Bitter Springs Prokaryotes Fossil Beds -- over 2 billion years old

 

 

ARCHEAN 2.5 - 3.8 billion years ago --  :andaya:

 

Wonderstone Silver Mine near Ottasdal, Transvaal, South Africa -- beginning in 1979 -- over 200 nickel-steel alloy spheroids some incised with three grooves, embedded in pyrophylite -- between 2.8 and 3.2 billion years old - Klerksdorp Spheres

 

Namibian Kalahari Craton, southwest Africa -- 1899 -- gold alloy branched tree-like artifacts, found in the African Bulawayar Formation -- 3.5 billion years old

 

Near Pretoria, South Africa -- 1859 -- silicon-titanium posts in Onverwacht Group strata -- 3.5 billion years old

 

West of Darwin, northern Australia -- 1908 -- artificially carved molybdenite crystals encased in Pilbara Supergroup layers -- 3.6 billion years old

 

Southeast of Walvis Bay, Namibia -- 1898 -- unnatural cubic formations of an unidentified metal, dug out of Kalahari Craton strata -- 3.7 billion years old

 

 

HADEAN 3.8–4.5 billion years ago --  :andaya:

 

Eastern Yukon Territory, Canada -- 1933 -- numerous non-crystal alloy octahedrons showing signs of machine-tooling, encased in Acasta Gneiss --  3.9 billion years old

 

Twin Sisters Range, Washington -- 1961 -- a group of over 100 unspecified metal forms which make up a message composed of three-dimensional letters, embedded in olivine stone -- 4.1 billion years old

 



 

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