21 September, 2014
|Share this story:|
The stone is grey and white and has thirteen steps of a brick pyramid engraved into it. Additional interesting component of this artifact is an inlaid eye placed at the top of the pyramid.
This mysterious eye fluoresces under ultraviolet light.
It can be clearly seen when we put on some black light on the pyramid. The pyramid stone begins to glow and the
eye is shining like a real one.
However, it does not look like a human eye, according to Austrian researcher Klaus Dona, who travels via expeditions from his homeland of Austria to Japan, Ecuador, South America, Sardinia, Bosnia and many othere countries exploring the archaeological and unexplained remains of advanced technologies in form of 'out of place artifacts'.
This UV fluorescent Third-Eye Pyramid has yet another fascinating details in form of the inlay in little gold plates showing the Orion star constellation and the five symbols placed on the pyramid's bottom.
The language of these symbols is the so-called 'Pre-Sanskrit' which is much older than Sanskrit according to one of the world's most accomplished linguists and the President of the German Linguistic Association, Kurt Schildmann (1909 -2005). Professor Schildmann deciphered the writing, which means:
"The son of the creator comes from here..."
Click on image to enlarge The same symbols cover other ancient stones
Many ancient stones and ceramics – terracotta – covered with the same writing on stones have been discovered in other countries like Ecuador, Colombia, Illinois (United States); Glozel, France; Malta in the Mediterranean; Turkmenistan, Australia, and in Southern Calabria, Italy just a few years ago.
Always there are stones and ceramics – terracotta – with the same writing.
"That means this writing existed once worldwide, and that means there must have been a global civilisation older than Sanskrit, older than 6,000 years," says Dona.
"Professor Schildmann also told me that this writing has a little similarity to the Indus writing and also to the Easter Island writing. As he said, this is older than Sanskrit. He called this writing pre-Sanskrit."
cybershamans (karmapolice) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0