|Too good to be true?|
This is a picture of an "ancient artifact" which "researcher" Klaus Dona owns. He claims it was found in Ecuador and is many thousands of years old.
Those initiated in the conspiracy theory subculture will be thrilled to notice it looks exactly like the famous 'eye in the triangle' pyramid and capstone of Freemasonry. The same symbol, which taunts some from its position on the back of a US dollar bill, now pops a cheeky little wink at them from the world of pre-history. The piece is said to be more than 6,000 years old and allegedly has writing on it which pre-dates Sanskrit and reads: "The son of the creator comes". It even has 13 steps, a crucial detail for many. His interview with Project Avalon gives more details, including the fact there's a picture of the Orion star system on the bottom of the piece.
The only thing is, he's the only source of information I can locate on this quite unbelievable find. I'm starting to think it's one of those, too good to be true, "facts" like the old 'pyramid' and 'alien face' on Mars that we had such fun with in the 80's. Does anyone know any more about this, aside from Klaus's testimony?
Thanks to one commentator from Facebook who points out Klaus more recently discovered the bones of a 25 foot giant human! Ace. Case closed? Comments welcome.