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UFO Older than Mammoths Found in Kemerovo Region
4.02.2015 14:17
UFO Older than Mammoths Found in Kemerovo Region

Fossilated UFO has been unearthed by miners developing coal mine near the city of Belovo.

      The found ancient UFO is a disk 1.2 meters large in diameter. It is assumed to be made of soapstone. The miners have named it “a stone disk of ancestors”. The find gives one more reason for supporters of alternative history to suppose that the Russian State is much more ancient than it is considered to be.

      The UFO has been found at the depth of 40 meters. That layer proved to be way below mammoth tusks found at the depth of 25 meters. Therefore it is assumed that the UFO remains are older than ancient animals.

      Another disk was found but happened to be destroyed with an excavator. The miner Artur Presnyakov reported about the mysterious UFO on a social network. He posted the photo and video of the “stone disk of ancestors” on his page.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeological Finds UFO Kemerovo Region   

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