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In 1984, archaeologists came across an incredible discovery: a series of objects that according to researchers, cannot be traced to any pre-Columbian cultures of the region. Today, many believe that these items belonged to the legendary Atlantean civilization. These incredible objects appeared to be designed following a psychoacoustic geometry, with the magnetic effects of zero point. Some of the stones have calcite incrustations of neon fluorescent properties when exposed under ultraviolet light. Their lithic design challenges mainstream theories about the knowledge and technological capabilities of ancient civilizations. Among the mysterious 350 artifacts found, there is one item that has baffled researchers since its discovery. A mysterious stone pyramid about 25 cm tall considered a representation of the Great Pyramid of Gizeh. It has the incrustation of an eye on the top representing “the third eye” and it contains 13 levels and at its base like the one found in the $1 bill. It has gold incrustations at the bottom representing the constellation of Orion. Other symbols can also be found and identified as “Pre-Sanskrit”, and have been translated as ”the creator's son comes from here". These stones reinforce the theory that there once existed an ancient builder race that populated the Earth in a remote past, and later influenced all the cultures of which we have a record of today. Human beings currently live with historical amnesia that does not allow us to understand our true potential. That is why it is so important to talk about these kinds of findings so we can start to further understand our past and consciously advance towards our future. Elias Sotomayor who discovered these stones later donated them to our dear friend Germán Villamar who unfortunately died 6 months ago and the stones are now in the hands of his relatives.
. . Special thanks to Germán Villamar, @robtula & @dresan_vasil
• Available in one size: 30”x60”
• 52% cotton, 48% polyester
• Made in China. Printed in the USA
• Printed on one side only
• The non-printed side is made of terry fabric, making the towel more water-absorbent