Is This Ancient Greek Laptop Another Proof That Time Travel Is Possible?
A statue showing a young girl holding up what appears to be a laptop - complete with USB ports - has sparked a frenzy among conspiracy theorists.
By Myth & Mystery | Guest Post
As you can tell from the title itself, what appears to be a modern-day laptop has been spotted in this carving of a young girl in ancient Greece? Could this be a coincidence or proof of advanced technology in ancient times? Could this be proof of time traveling technology being out there already?
It does appear so, as more and more similar discoveries have been made, which showcase the fact that many alien species out there or even humans from the future are currently helping their ancestors by going back in time and introducing them to advanced technology.
Experts believe that the concept of time traveling in itself is possible as we are already reaching new heights as far as technological advancements go. We could essentially have time-traveling machines within the following couple of years.
Little known fact. Time travel is definitely real and back in ancient Greece around 200BC laptops were all the rage with the nobility, never a day went by without people logging onto their computers and probably checking out their newsfeeds on whatever their version of Facebook was called.
It’s all true, honest. Well, as true as you want it to be if you believe everything that you see on the internet and have total faith in the growing number of conspiracy theorists that make compelling videos like the one above.
An Ancient Greek sculpture known as Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant has ignited some conspiracy nuts. In a video, which was actually posted back in 2014, YouTubers StillSpeakingOut detail how the statue could be a laptop with USB ports.
Oh yes. “I am not saying that this is depicting an ancient laptop computer,” the video says. “But when I look at the sculpture I can’t help but think about the Oracle of Delphi, which was supposed to allow the priests to connect with the gods to retrieve advanced information and various aspects.”
It goes on to say, “‘I can’t help but think that Erich von Däniken had been right all this time and that most of these myths of magical artefacts given by the gods to a very restricted group of individuals in ancient civilizations were high-tech devices similar to what we have today.”
While historians in the description for the sculpture that’s on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Malibu, California call it a “shallow chest held by a servant girl on this funerary” conspiracy theorists suggest otherwise.
They say its proof that time travellers visited the Ancient Greeks and gave them laptops and says it’s too shallow for a jewellery box.
But people refute that by saying if it isn’t a case for jewellery it’s probably a wax tablet, a wax-coated object that the Greeks wrote on with a stylus or pen (see below).
“But what about the port holes?” cry the conspiracy theorists? Well, maybe they’re just holes that were made to affix something?
What do you think, is this proof of time travel or just a chest with some holes in? I think we all know the right answer.
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