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In Wonderstone Silver Mine, dichtbij Ottosdal, West-Transvaal (Zuid-Afrika) uit een diepe rots, zijn er honderden metalen bollen door mijnwerkers gevonden in de Precambrische lagen. Het is namelijk ook bewezen dat die bollen tussen de 2,7 a 3 miljard jaar oud zijn!! Het bestaan daarvan werd ook pas ontdekt rond 1977.

Over de laatste tientallen jaren hebben de Zuid-Afrikaanse mijnwerkers minstens 200 metalen bollen gevonden waar perfecte concentrische groeven in zitten. Eén daarvan heeft drie parallelle groeven rondom de evenaar, maar voor de rest zijn er eigenlijk maar twee soorten type metalen bollen gevonden. Namelijk de stevige blauwe metalen bollen met witte vlekken die zo hard als staal zijn, en de holle bollen met een dunne schaal die maar een dikte van 7 mm hebben. Wanneer deze opengemaakt worden zijn ze met een soort witachtige spons materiaal gevuld en die tot verbazing uiteenvalt tot stof als het in contact komt met lucht.

De gemiddelde diameter van deze bollen zijn ongeveer tussen de 2,5 cm en 10 cm en zijn samengesteld van een nikkelstaal legering dat nooit uit zichzelf ontstaan kan zijn. Het Californisch Ruimte Instituut aan de Universiteit van Californië hebben een aantal testen gedaan om te kijken hoe perfect het evenwicht is van die mysterieuze bollen. Maar tot verbazing van hun metende technologie konden zij de perfectie van het evenwicht niet vaststellen. En dat terwijl zij zelfs voorwerpen voor de NASA meten. Deze bollen zijn op de 1/100.000 centimeter tot grote perfectie in evenwicht. NASA heeft nog zelfs gezegd dat er geen betere technologie bestaat om deze perfecte bollen te meten, dus in conclusie, de metalen bollen kunnen nooit op deze planeet gemaakt zijn!!!

Iets of iemand is duidelijk op deze planeet geweest, lang voordat er enig primitieve mensachtige vorm hier op aarde bestond.

Voor de mensen die deze voorwerpen met hun eigen ogen willen bezichtigen, moeten dan naar het Zuid-Afrikaanse Klerksdorp Museum gaan. Zelfs de NASA was verbijsterd, volgens de info van het Museum.


The riddle of the rotating spheres – Stones baffle NASA scientists"

Man and rock. Stones, which are billions of years old and rotate on their axes, captured the attention of Mr. John Hund of Pietersburg fifteen years ago. Review previously published reports about Hund's journey to the Gestoptesfontein mine near Ottosdal in the Northern Province where he found a stone just like the one he read about and saw in the Klerksdorp museum.

While playing with the stone on a very flat surface at a restaurant one day, Hund realized it was very well balanced. He took it to the California Space Institute at the University of California to have tests done to determine just how well balanced it was. "It turned out that the balance is so fine, it exceeded the limit of their measuring technology and these are the guys who make gyrocompasses for NASA.

The stone is balanced to within one-hundred thousandths of an inch from absolute perfection," explains Hund. Nobody knows what these stones are. One NASA scientist told Hund that they do not have the technology to create anything as finely balanced as this. He said the only way that either nature or human technology could create something so finely balanced would be in zero gravity.

Here is an extract of Mr. Hund's letter:

The excistence of the sphere came to my attetion ca 1977 while removing endangered rock engravings from the site where pyrophyllite or "wonderstone", as it is commonly known in the region, is mined on the farm Gestoptefontein (meaning plugged fountain) near the little village of Ottosdal about 110 km from Klerksdorp in South Africa's Northwest Province.

I was intrigued by the form of the spheres, grooves around the middle and the fact that they are as hard as steel, while the material (pyrophyllite) in which they are found, is as soft as limestone with a count of only 3 on the Moh scale.
As you probably know, pyrophyllite (Al2 Si4 O10 (OH)2) is a secondary mineral and the deposits were formed by a process of sedimentation. On Gestoptefontein volcanic activity was responsible for the forming of outcrops varying in height from about 10 to 100 meters. The smooth and relatively soft surface on the slopes were ideal for the prehistoric dwellers (San) to make their engravings of animal and abstract designs.

On Gestoptefontein these outcrops were "swan" into huge pieces by means of twisted steel cables running zig-zag on pulleys for several kilometers. These blocks were then sawn by the same method into more manageable pieces of about 500 x 500 mm. Occasionally the "sawing cable" got stuck on one of the metal spheres embedded in the pyrophyllite.

They vary in size from " 30 – 50 mm in diameter and have perfectly concentric grooves round the center as if they were molded. Inside the hard "shell" some have a spongy substance, while in others it resembles charcoal.

When only partly embedded so that they can be seen on the surface, they are not all spheres, but some are also oblong in form.

According to Professor Andries Bisschoff of the University of Potchefstroom (retired some years ago) they are limonite concretions. Due to the relative scarcity of the spheres and the almost impossibility for outsiders to obtain samples from the mine, his conclusions have not been verified by other scientists.

It is very strange that the grooves are always and only round the center. Mr. Credo Mutwa, a notorious witch doctor from the city of Soweto was brought to the museum by a TV – team some years ago and he as well as some amateur archaeologists believed the spheres to be from outer space. It is also hard for me to believe their theory. The original sphere exhibited in this museum was stolen by a white sangoma (witch – doctor) - not Mr. Mutwa, for its supposedly magic qualities and was never retrieved.

Inquiries were made from all over the world about this phenomenon. Countries include Canada, Switzerland, Denmark, Germany, England, USA, Norway, France and Botswana. Institutions such as the University of South Florida, Miles Price and Associates, the Society for Physic Advancement (S.A), Kokkolan Kaupunchi (Finland), Esotera (Germany) Geologisches Institut der Universiteit Pleicherwall (Germany), the Department of Philosophy UICC (Chicago), Danfoss (Denmark), Illustreret Videnskab (Coppenhagen), Louisiana Geological Survey, Gale Research Company (Michigan) and Search and Research Institute of Florida also made inquiries.

I wrote NASA HQ, to confirm or deny this in 2000, and never received a reply. Mr. Hund's letter was removed from the Klerksdorp Museum page, afterwards, when I checked back some time later, and the page re-designed.


HUNDREDS of balls found deep below the earth have got scientists in a
spin. For they could have been made by prehistoric man -- which would
mean there was intelligent life on the planet almost 3000 million years
The balls, from one to four inches across, were found in mineral
deposits at the Wonderstone Mine in the Transvaal, South Africa.
An official who cracked several open found that one kind contained a
sponge-like substance which quickly powdered when it was touched. The
other type was solid metal, blue with a reddish tint and containing
specks of white fibre. Three neat grooves -- like the seam on a
cricket ball -- ran around the centre of each ball.
They had no irregularities and no known geographical process could
have formed them, says Roelf Marx, curator of South Africa's Klerksdorp
He was amazed when he displayed the balls with samples of other
rocks. After some months he found that the ball had turned itself
round. Marx couldn't believe it and kept watch. Sure enough, the ball
was able to revolve on its axis. "I have no explanation," Marx says.
"The sphere baffles everybody. It looks man-made, as though cast in a
Geologist Professor Andries Bisschoff says: "From the position in
which these things were found, it is likely that they are 2,900 million
years old. I don't know why they revolve on their own axis -- nothing
in nature could make them do that."
The balls were all found in the same layer of the mineral
prophyllite. They all fit perfectly in the hand, as if they were
designed that way.
One theory is that they were primeval missiles; now scientists are
puzzled over why they were needed.


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cool!!! aliens!!

How low can you go..

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Wel apart he. Ben toch benieuwd of dit geen broodje aap is.

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