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Steel Cube in Coal




Dr Gurlt's Cube

Another question without an answer is the cube found by Dr. Gurlt in 1885 adhered to a carbon block in a mine near Salzburg, Austria. A cube, exactly a parallelepiped, with slightly rounded borders and some unknown inscriptions which didn’t seem to be a nature’s work. The tests done increased the enigma: the cube, with a size of 67 mm x 67 mm x 47 mm and a weight of almost 8 kg, was made of a special steel, as it contained nickel and very little sulphur, and was dated in 500 million years, when vegetal life was inconsequential and amphibians not even existed. This cube had non identifiable inscriptions. Researches by the technicians of the time concluded that the cube was an object produced through very advanced techniques and that its alloy was not a nature’s work, but they left unanswered the question about what or who could have processed metals during that time. Dr. Gurlt donated the cube to the sciences museum of Salzburg City and in 1910 the object mysteriously disappeared, and along with it disappeared all the archives of the museum from 1880 to 1910.

Another site reports that Dr. Gurlt said, "Other intelligent beings and civilizations existed on earth far beyond our recorded history" and note this was by a professional geologist in the days of Darwin and it perfectly describes Antediluvia.


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