May 21



In many deserts around the world, scientists have discovered a number of rock and glass samples, suspected remnants of ancient nuclear bomb tests.

In 1952, while conducting excavations in Israel, archaeologists discovered a layer of molten green glass (or glass). This glass is about 6mm thick and covers an area several tens of meters wide.

This layer of glass is made of molten quartz sand (silica sand) that turns green, looks like layers of glazed sand (sand is heated to a certain temperature to make glass) left over from the glass. nuclear bomb test in Nevada (USA) in the 1950s.

Five years earlier, a similarly thin layer of glass had been unearthed beneath Neolithic, Xume and Babylonian strata in southern Iraq.

To the south, the Arabian desert in western Asia is covered with black rocks with evidence that they were once subjected to intense radiation intensity. These cracked and burned rocks are called “harras” and they are scattered over an area of ​​18,000 square kilometers.

The site where the quartz glass was found, near the border between Libya and Egypt

“Some single fields are up to 100 miles (=150 km) in diameter and occupy an area of ​​about 6 or 7 thousand square miles (15.5 – 18 thousand square kilometers). There the rock was so compacted next to the other that it was almost impossible to find a way through the field. The rocks have sharp edges and are scorched. No volcanic eruption could throw scorched rocks, as large as harras, across the field. At the same time, the rocks ejected from the volcanoes cannot be spread out so evenly. The absence of lava (arbitrary rocks) in most cases also contributes to negating an igneous origin of these rocks …”, from the book “Earth in Upheaval” (Earth Shift) by Immanuel Velikovsky.

The glass rock was found in the Libyan desert, near the border between Libya and Egypt

An eerie yellow-green glass in the shape of a beautiful scarab was part of one of the jewels worn on the chest of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun. This artifact is stored at the Cairo Museum, Egypt.

One of the jewels worn by the pharaoh Tutankhamun. Artifacts on display at the Cairo Museum, Egypt

This piece of jewelry has been analyzed. The results show that this is glass, but it is amazing that it predates the Egyptian civilization.

This type of glass, known as Libyan desert quartz glass, covers a large area near the Libya-Egypt border. The area stretches 45 kilometers from east to west and 120 kilometers from north to south.

The glass is 28.5 million years old and has a degree of transparency and purity of up to 99%, a level not commonly found in mixed compositions of falling meteorites.

So what kind of phenomenon could raise the temperature of desert sand to at least 1,800 degrees Celsius, to turn it into hard yellow-green pieces of glass, if not a nuclear bomb explosion of the time? ancient?

An expanse of strange, transparent molten quartz soils has also been discovered in the wildest parts of the Gobi Desert in Mongolia. Of particular interest are layers of quartz that have been discovered in the Luobo Bo region of Xinjiang Autonomous Region, located near China’s current nuclear facility.

The results obtained after analyzing the radioactive surface layer in the area showed that the molten quartz layers did not originate from modern nuclear tests, but existed long before China became a possessor. possess nuclear weapons.

This means that the layer of molten quartz in the Gobi Desert dates back to a very ancient past.

In 1908 and 1909, the ancient ruins of the city of Khara Khoto were unearthed, located 300 km from the famous Silk Road. During excavations at a site, Piotr K. Kozlov, a Russian archaeologist, dug a stone coffin with two well-preserved bodies of the king and queen inside.

According to his estimates, this sarcophagus was buried there around 12,000 BC. In another excavation at the same site, Professor Kozlov unearthed a large “bottomless” hole with a depth of up to 1,800 m. The glazed molten walls of this pit look like sparkling blue glass.

“There must be some phenomenon we don’t know about that melted the rocks and left behind these glossy walls. Local legend has it that lightning strikes down from the sky and carves this hole.

But what kind of lightning can carve a hole nearly 2 kilometers deep and leave behind layers of glittering blue walls?

-Excerpt from “The Chinese Roswell” by Hartwig Hausdorf.

This type of molten glass can be found in many parts of the world and has a long history. They are proof that nuclear bomb explosions happened in ancient times on Earth, created by some advanced civilization not inferior to us today. Is our understanding of Earth’s history still inadequate?


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