Sumerians in South America? The Fuente Magna Bowl

Found near Lake Titicaca in 1958 the Fuente Magna Bowl remains unexplained and one of the most important artifacts in Ancient Astronaut Theory. It features beautifully engraved anthropomorphic characters, zoological motifs characteristic of the local culture, and, more surprisingly, two types of scripts—a proto-Sumerian ancient alphabet and a local language of the ancient Pukara, forerunner…

The Vinca Culture and Its Undeciphered Script

The Vinča Culture: a mysterious European culture which left a legacy in form of valuable artifacts covered with an unknown, never successfully deciphered script. Could it be… extraterrestrial? Many still today do not have any realistic explanation for Vinča culture, mostly due to the fact that these items left behind by Vinča civilization were too well developed while…

Tutankhamun’s dagger is not the only object made from meteorite

Researchers who analyzed metal composition of the Tutankhamun’s dagger say it ‘strongly suggests an extraterrestrial origin’. But this is not the only artifact with celestial origins. The composition of iron used in Tutankhamun’s dagger, is nickel and cobalt, which is commonly found in meteorites. Although people have worked with copper, bronze and gold since 4,000BC,…

The Undeniable Ural Relief Map

Many ask us what is the definitive proof for the Ancient Astronauts Theory. Fortunately there are many and the Ural Relief Map is one of the best examples. In 1995, Aleksandr Chuvyrov, Professor of Mathematical and Physical Science at Bashkir State University in Russia, was investigating hypotheses of the immigration of Chinese Migrants to Siberia…