The Dashka Stone ~ 100 Million Year Old Map Of Earth?

There are a number of artifacts, which can still be found all over the earth, that are extremely hard for modern academia to explain, using their popularly attested, and often regurgitated views regarding chronological timelines of the developments of man.

Most of these surviving objects are locked away within the collections of wily individuals, people aware of the many other such artifacts, which have been found, stolen… and never seen of again… These “guardians of the artifacts,” have often encountered attempted robberies, switch tactics, and also offered large sums of money to allow these artifacts, to just simply vanish… Yet fortunately, many still cling to existence thanks to the handful of individuals, guided by a moral duty to share them with the world. And our next artifact could be seen as such an object… Known as the Dashka Stone, it is a controversial artifact that it is believed by some, to be the guidelines used by the quote, “architect of the world.” Also known as the Map of the Creator, the Dashka stone tablet has baffled researchers since its discovery in 1999, and as impossible as it may seem, a number of specialist Russian experts, after in-depth analysis of the stone, have concluded that it is indeed a stone map, that is as much as 120 million years old. Created from a Birdseye view, presumably from space, the Dashka slab depicts in detail, the peaks and valleys of the Ural Mountains, including a series of very ancient civil engineering projects, including 7457 miles of channels and dams, with notations made in an unknown hieroglyphic language with an as yet, unknown origin… Although mainstream academia will simply deny the possibility of the Dashka’s true purpose, and indeed age… Many who have researched, mapped, and analyzed the slab, have concluded that it is indeed somehow authentic, and well over 100 million years old… Initially discovered by Archaeologists from the Bashkir State University, it was actually found within the Ural Mountains of eastern Russia.

Researchers were understandably stunned: when they realized that the tablet displayed a highly accurate, topographical map of Bashkiria, a specific area of the Ural Mountains, at a scale of approximately 1 inch to 1km. The Map of the Creator also retains clues to its artificial origins within its structure, comprised of three layers, each of which strongly suggesting to geologists that it did not originate in nature, but was indeed artificially created deep within antiquity… The first layer is roughly 7 inches of a primitive cement / ceramic compound. The second layer is roughly 1 inch thick made of diopside glass, enriched with silicon, and the third layer, a mere few millimeters thick, is made of a calcium-porcelain mixture. Who created the Dashka slab? Did they really create it over 120 million years ago, like many specialists have reluctantly become convinced is the case? The Bashkir researchers derived this date from a pair of ancient seashells found locked in the stone slab. The first shell, Navicopsina munitus, of the Gyrodeidae family, could be as old as 500 million years. The second shell, Ecculiophalus princeps of the Ecculiomphalinae subfamily, could be as old as 120 million years. How these shells were still intact, and if they were actually incorporated into the tablet purposefully, can never be known for certain. Regardless, it is unquestionably a remarkable object and one which deserves a lot more attention…

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