6,000-Year-Old Mouthless Alien Mask Found By Bulgarian Archaeologists

The unique late Chalcolithic artefact is among the most interesting finds at Provadia-Saltworks or Provadia-Solnitsata the oldest salt mining centre in Europe dating back to the 5 - 4th millennium BC and is the first prehistoric town on the continent.

By: Myth & Mystery | Guest Post

Thousands of citizens are united in the conviction that there is more to our planet and cosmos than we are told about. We’re talking about the ancient hypothesis of astronauts, which comes down to one thing: inappropriate technology.

Although the topic of aliens, especially contact with aliens and their existence on earth, has sometimes contributed to mockery and allegations of pseudoscience, the fact is that there are doctors, lawmakers, and retired NASA military officers who are adamant that our intelligence has been inherited by the extraterrestrial cultures that have visited us in the past.

6,000-Year-Old Mouthless Alien Mask Found By Bulgarian Archaeologists

In comparison, we have proof of the presence of ancient technology in the far past, the pyramids of Egypt or Machu Picchu may be confirmation of extraterrestrial interaction with Earth’s people and their technology exchanged with less sophisticated cultures. Numerous objects have been found over the years and we have yet another ancient depiction of extraterrestrial beings discovered in Bulgaria, the 6000-year-old alien mask. During the most recent archaeological excavations in the Solnitsata village, near the town of Provadia, North-East Bulgaria, a peculiar little prehistoric humanoid without a jaw, but with human and animal features, and eerily identical to an alien, dated back to the end of the 5th millennium BC, was uncovered.

According to the website “Archeology in Bulgaria,” the mask was uncovered by an archaeological team headed by Professor Vasily Nikolov, who likened this device to an astronaut in a spacesuit. In reality, physically, this unusual prehistoric mask looks like an alien represented in science fiction movies. The town of Solnitsata, also known as the Salt Trap, is known as the oldest city in Europe. According to archaeologists, the number dates back to the late Eneolithic period, that is, about 4000 BC. Experts have already named it as one of the most remarkable discoveries produced during the most recent settlement excavations.

6,000-Year-Old Mouthless Alien Mask Found By Bulgarian Archaeologists

This mask would not have gained too much attention, though, had it not been for its fascinating nature. It can be seen in the pictures, the figure is almost triangular in form. The front portion of the alien mask bends outward in relaxation, and the back is as it were, pressed inward. The two corners of the top of this ancient alien mask have short projections. According to researchers, these ears may be stylised. Tiny openings have also been found between the ears. One theory is that a rope was woven through them to place the mask over the forehead. However, it is often believed that it was not a mask, but rather a figure or necklace that was worn on the chest and identified with sun worship.

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Archaeologists notice that the facial features portrayed on the piece have been distinctly carved and certain places have been polished. “The face has ears, a straight nose, and elliptical eyes,” he said the item is most definitely a status badge hanging from the chest of an individual deserving of it.” The designer of the alien mask specifically centred on the pupils, making them an irregular form and a wide-scale and vertical shiny stripes below. Once again, we have been faced with the findings that could expose the facts regarding our life in the cosmos, but sadly we catch ourselves again with the classical theories that are merely reflections of the confidence of these ancient cultures in magic or spirituality. It appears like each of us is going to have to draw our own conclusions. What do you make of an enigmatic mask?

Is this fresh confirmation for the ancient astronaut’s theory? Please leave a comment below and let us know your thoughts.

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Gobekli Tepe: The World’s First Temple?

Six miles from Urfa, an ancient city in south-eastern Turkey, Klaus Schmidt has made one of the most startling archaeological discoveries of our time: massive carved stones about 11,000 years old, crafted and arranged by prehistoric people who had not yet developed metal tools or even pottery. The megaliths predate Stonehenge by some 6,000 years.

The place is called Gobekli Tepe, and Schmidt, a German archaeologist who has been working here more than a decade, is convinced it’s the site of the world’s oldest temple.

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