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CAN YOU GUESS HOW THIS HAPPENED?coal3

My head is whirling at the thought of it. Can you imagine –
two miles down inside a coal mine – an ancient building!!!
That’s right… inside the coal.

Yes, I promise you we’ll get into that in a minute. But
first, what do you think of these?:

* Western Australia:  In 1975, water drillers 80 miles
from Perth struck concrete 30 feet below the surface.
Investigation proved the existence of a concrete wall.

* France:  At Aix-en-Provence, from 1786 to 1788,
coins, stumps of columns and other worked stones, were
discovered 50 feet down, below eleven beds of compact
limestone.

* Kentucky:  At Blue Lick Springs, underground,
below the remains of a prehistoric mastodon, was coal4
discovered a pavement of cut-stone tiles.

* Ohio:  In the autumn of 1868, in a strip of coal mine
operated by Captain Lucy near Hammondsville, at 100 feet
below ground a large mass of coal fell into the shaft,
unmasking a large, smooth, slate wall covered with
inscriptions similar to hieroglyphics, in lines about three
inches apart.  Crowds flocked to see this marvel.  By the time
qualified scientists got there with proper equipment, the slate
had crumbled in the air and the writing was destroyed.

* Pennsylvania:  In November 1829, in a quarry twelve
miles northwest of Philadelphia, at a depth of 69-70 feet
below ground, a block of marble was found, which bore an
indentation containing the raised alphabet characters ‘I’ and
‘U’.’  The discovery was authenticated by several reliable
witnesses and two years later an illustration appeared in the
American Journal of Science, vol.19, p.361.

* Omaha, Nebraska:  About 130 feet underground,
coalminers found a carved slab of rock.  The marks on it
divided the shape into diamonds.  In the centre of each
diamond was an engraving of a human face.  The earth had
not been disturbed – and the coal was dated at 300 million
years.  (Omaha Daily News, 1897)

All right, here is what I promised you…

TWO MILES UNDER – COVERED IN COAL!coal5

* Oklahoma:  In 1928, in coal mine No. 5, near
Heavener, at a depth of two miles, miners encountered a wall
composed of 12 inch cube concrete blocks.  The blocks were
so smooth and polished on the outside that all six sides acted
as mirrors.  A solid wall was exposed.  About 100 to 150
yards further down the shaft, the same wall or one very
similar was uncovered.

EVIDENCE THEN BURIEDcoal

When they reported the discovery to the mining officers, the
men were pulled out of that mine and sent to another mine.
That part of the mine was then filled up.

Hey, what’s going on here? Who’s afraid these things will
get known?

OLDER OR YOUNGER?

There are just two ways you can understand this:

(1) EITHER civilized man (the grand finale of so-called
evolution) was on earth BEFORE the “coal age” (up to 300
million years ago)
(2) OR coal was NOT laid down 300 million years ago, but
very recently, after civilized man.

Either way, the evolution sequence is in trouble.

So what is the truth… REALLY?  Is this something to
think about?

You will appreciate, Lyn, that to present you with
the truth convincingly and with sufficient evidence to do
it justice, is impossible in such a brief email. So I won’t try.

But if you really want to dig into this further, my special
ebook “Surprise Witness” exposes these and many more
astonishing facts – and gives answers with hard evidence.
You can get it from
http://www.beforeus.com/second.php

Yes, can you imagine it? My head is still whirling! As deep
as two miles (3.2 kilometres) underground!  We’re dealing
with a deep mystery here concerning our civilized
ancestors.

DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?coal2

Please email me your questions. I am here to help you
with any questions on ancient mysteries. Just email
me at info@archaeologyanswers.com

http://www.beforeus.com
International explorer, archaeologist and author
Jonathan Gray has traveled the world to gather data on
ancient mysteries. He has penetrated some largely
unexplored areas, including parts of the Amazon
headwaters. The author has also led expeditions to
the bottom of the sea and to remote mountain and desert
regions of the world. He lectures internationally.