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Discovered 10,000-year-old ancient mask made from ‘super rare extraterrestrial metal’

Archaeologists have found an ancient mask crafted from a rare extraterrestrial metal about 10,000 years old in Florida and believed to contain the secret to a treasure worth $5.5 billion la.

According to Fox Orlando, Exploration Corporation treasure hunters unearthed this artifact on a beach in Melbourne, Florida using a metal detector. They say its existence proves that a massive ancient treasure, worth about $5.5 billion, may be lying somewhere near the coast.

This intricately carved mask is believed to belong to an ancient pre-Inca culture and was used in religious ceremonies. The mask most likely depicts the Inca God Viracocha – the greatest and most important creator god in both pre-Inca and Inca mythology of the Andes region of South America.

Dr. Torres with a mysterious mask. (Photo: Ancient code)

This artifact is believed to have been stolen in the distant past by the intruders of the Spanish Prime Minister’s tomb and is most likely part of the looted items being transported to Spain.

However, the looted treasure never reached Europe and the item ship, ‘La Concepcion’ is said to have been sunk by a storm in 1715.

Researchers from Seafarer Exploration are trying to find the remains of the aforementioned Spanish merchant ship and say it is likely somewhere near where the mask was found.

A Spanish merchant ship carrying a mask and many treasures sank due to a sea storm in 1715. (Image: Pinterest)

Analysis shows that it was once covered with gold and copper. X-ray analysis also indicated that it was crafted from iridium, most likely from a meteorite.

This is information that makes archaeologists extremely surprised because Iridium is an extremely rare metal on Earth. It is a hard, silvery-white metal of the platinum group (PCM) with outstanding corrosion resistance, even at high temperatures of about 2000 °C.

Iridium does not exist in its pure form in nature, has a high melting point, and is difficult to work with. It was not discovered until 1803 by the chemist Smithson Tennant. So how were craftsmen 10,000 years ago able to refine and mold such a delicate mask?

A $5.5 billion treasure may still be lying on the seabed near where the mask was found. (Photo:

This is one of the earliest evidences of human ability to work metal and use iridium, Dr. Torres explains. That changes everything and can change the way we see ancient Peruvian culture

In fact, along with many other discoveries, evidence of the existence of advanced prehistoric civilizations is not uncommon. Such as:

In June 1968, collector William J. Meister of Antelope Spring, Utah, USA found a rock five centimeters thick on which there was a fossil of a human shoe print accompanied by another very special mark. : fossil of a trilobite that was trampled by a shoe.

This makes scientists extremely confused, because trilobites are creatures that disappeared at the end of the Permian period about 250 million years ago. According to the theory of evolution, how 250 million years ago did humans know how to wear shoes, ie possessing a certain amount of civilization? This is a big question mark for the theory of evolution. The perception of human history as we learn it in textbooks has hit a big stumbling block and probably needs to be changed.

The relief depicts an ancient Egyptian electric light bulb-like device. (Photo: Egypt museum)

Many reliefs in the pyramids show that electricity was widely produced and used in ancient Egypt. The Baghdad Batteries and the first arc lamps, such as the one used in the Lighthouse at Alexandria, have been in use since that period. They even got hold of wireless power transmission technology – a technology that was not developed until the late 19th century by Nikola Tesla.

The world is full of mysteries and humanity is always perfecting itself. Dare to go beyond preconceived notions, to accept and rationally consider new archaeological discoveries and achievements is the best way to help us solve mysteries and find the right things.