Forbidden Knowledge: The Ancient Advanced Tools

It is rather safe to say that most of our history has been a complete lie, for example: in a conflict of war only the winners get to write the history books favouring their own side

In this instance, the so-called elite do not want you to discover that civilisations were much more advanced than they are portrayed today, this is most probably due to the fact that they have received technological help from otherworldly beings

The Baghdad Battery:


In 1838, while working in what is now Iraq, German archaeologist Wilhelm Konig found a number of clay jars, each containing an iron rod encased in a copper cylinder. Konig published a paper in which he theorized the objects were ancient batteries, or Galvanic Cells. That would be an amazing technological development, given the age of the objects – they date to the Parthian era, or about 200 BCE. According to Elizabeth Stone, a leading authority on Iraqi art and archaeology, experts don’t subscribe to the battery theory.

An alternate theory suggests the containers were used for storing scrolls, which would have wrapped around the iron rod, and been contained in the copper cylinder. This theory has its roots in the Selucia Vessels, similar objects from a nearby ancient city.

Despite the opposition to Konig’s theory, Smith College Art History professor Dr. Marjorie Senechal had studdents build replicas of the device, which produced voltage. If they were batteries, they worked. Theories as to what such a battery would’ve been used for range from medicinal practices to printing money, creating metal plating, and making jewellery.

Below you can see the Dendera Light powered by the Baghdad Batteries:

The Antikythera Mechanism

At some point between 70 and 60 BCE, a Greek ship heading from Asia Minor to Rome sank in the Mediterranean. When a group of sponge divers discovered the wreck in 1900, they salvaged three pieces of bronze comprising a device that became known as the

The artefact, which is roughly the size of a shoebox, puzzled scholars for more than a century, largely because the sophistication of its gears and internal workings are far beyond any known Greek technology of the time. In fact, the Antikythera mechanism has long been a favourite of fringe academics claiming it as evidence of alien visitations in ancient history.

X-rays of the artefact in the late twentieth century revealed, however, that it is designed to track astronomical movements. The finding was confirmed by 2006 CT scans revealing inscriptions that are instructions for what is, functionally, an ancient computer.

While its use as an astronomical measure is no longer mysterious, the Antikythera mechanism’s singularly advanced construction and precision still pose questions about Greek technology.

The Sajama Lines

Western Bolivia’s Sajama Lines are a series of massive drawings etched into the earth, numbering into the thousands. First discovered in 1932 by Aimé Felix Tschiffely, the lines, between 3-10 feet wide individually, connect about 8,700 square miles via an intricate web-like design. Because of this, they are not only the largest archaeological site in the Andes, but possibly in the entire world.

The question remains: what is the purpose behind these mysterious lines? Scientists have deduced they were originally created by the indigenous people who lived near the Sajama volcano, but for reasons unknown. Some have speculated they were used for religious purposes. My guess is that they are more of a geographical tool.

Zhang Heng’s Seismoscope:

The first earthquake-detecting tool in history was this ornate, golden, dragon-festooned, toad-surrounded vessel from around 132 AD. The picture is of a replica, but you get the idea, right? No? Okay, here’s the idea: when the earth quakes, one of the dragons, each representing principal directions of the compass, would spit out a ball into a toad’s mouth, indicating the direction of the quake. The instrument was said to have “detected a four-hundred-mile distant earthquake which was not felt at the location of the seismoscope.” Either that, or someone bumped up against it, because to this day, no one actually knows what was really inside the thing. (More dragons, maybe?) Some say it could have been a simple pendulum-based system, but the exact “science” remains a mystery.

The Phaistos Disc

The Phaistos Disc is an enigma, a circular clay disc covered with inscribed symbols on both sides that are unlike any signs in any writing system. It was discovered in the ancient city of Phaistos in Southern Crete in 1908. It is thought to date to around 1700 BC (from associated archaeological context), roughly contemporary with.

This object has been subject of many studies. Steven Fischer has claimed to have deciphered it and that it was a document in an archaic form of Greek. Because no other similar artefacts have ever been found anywhere in the Crete, it is thought that the object was foreign and brought in from another place. The place of its origin is extremely speculative, although subtle clues may exist in the highly pictorial signs on the disc. A sign depicts a helmet with crest, which was used later by Philistines. Another sign depicts a structure similar to sarcophagus used by the Lycians of Asia Minor.

Because there is essentially no variation between different copies of the same symbol, it is very likely that stamps where used to create these highly detailed signs. While not really a printed work, some has labelled the Phaistos Disc the earliest typewriter known to man!!

UIP Summary: Do you believe in historical books written by men, or do you believe in hard scientific facts? With many artefacts being found every single year, there is no place to hide now for the usurpers of our society. The true historical books are safely guarded by the Vatican in their secret vaults, but for how long? Also, the Ancient Egyptians were the true masters, thanks to the alien help they received. No wonder there are so many Egyptians monument across the world…


Yaz, Mwv












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