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Indisputable Evidence Of
Intelligent Life 3.8 Billion Years Ago

By Ted Twietmeyer

A small sphere was discovered in a South Africa mine near Ottosdal. Known as the Klerksdorf sphere, it measures about two inches in diameter and could help re-write ancient history of life on Earth. Objects like this one have been found deep in mines which may prove that life on Earth dates back much further into the past than than we think. These people may have possessed advanced technology to explore space. If there was no advanced ancient technology, perhaps Iapetus passed by Earth or was in orbit for some time, and its presence inspired ancient artisans to create small replicas of it.

This small object has been dated to 3.8 billion years old using the rock strata it was found in:

Fig. 1 - Overview image of sphere. (Highlighted details later) Around the equator of the sphere we see two grooved lines. These grooves are unique feature #1.

What makes this ancient object interesting is the resemblance to a distant moon of Saturn known as Iapetus. Before we look at the sphere in more detail let us first take a look at Iapetus which orbits Saturn. Looking like a death star in a star wars movie, Iapetus features a large polygon shaped depression on it.

Fig. 2 - Iapetus moon. Black arrow points to a 12 mile high set of parallel ridges which appear to completely circle the moon. [1]

Fig. 3 - One of the polygon shapes outlined here is similar to the Iapetus ridge seen in Fig. 1. This is feature #2.

Fig. 4 - Parallel grooves around the sphere are clearly visible. Faint outline of another polygon is visible here.

These are not the author's fingers, but belong to the person who created the video from which this image was taken.

Fig. 5 - 12 mile high ridge around Iapetus and giant polygon shaped depression [3].

Note the similarities of the large depression to the one seen in Fig. 3. Are all these features merely a coincidence? What are the odds of this happening?

Why don't other moons in our solar system have these ridges?

Fig. 6 - Measured size of Klerksdorf sphere (about 2 inches)

Fig. 7 - Another polygon shape on the sphere crossing the equatorial groove.  Iapetus may have one of these not captured by the spacecraft's camera.

Fig. 8 - Another Klerksdorf sphere found in a mine.[4]

Incredibly, geologists claim these spheres are formed naturally [4]. If this was the case, why haven't billions of these spheres already been found and put on display around the world as naturally-formed oddites? It seems unlikely natural formation can create three perfectly formed, perfectly spaced parallel ridges of the same width and depth which circumventing the sphere.

While these spheres may not be a perfect match for the moon Iapetus, they do bear striking similarities. Perhaps the ridges on Iapetus have changed shape over the past 3.8 billion years, and at one time the equatorial bulge may have looked more like these spheres. To solve this by joining radically different scientists together from disciplines like archeology, geology and astronomy is no easy task.

Eons ago artisans may have captured what Iapetus looked like in ancient history. We do know all moons and planets in our solar system have been bombarded over time by asteroid impacts. It is now thought some celestial bodies in our solar system may possess plate tectonics similar to those on the Earth. Time, asteroids and other forces could completely change the appearance of a planet or moon over billions of years.

Perhaps these objects really are as old as they seem to be. For these spheres to be buried so deep in the ground would require a massive upheaval of the Earth's crust, perhaps extinguishing all life with it.

Ted Twietmeyer




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