12-Million-Years-Old Ancient Vehicles Tracks Were Discovered in Turkey

A well-known geologist claims to have discovered detailed traces similar to those left by vehicles millions of years ago.

According to the researcher, these strange imprints on the ground were formed by an old highly advanced civilisation and are now unknown. They were discovered in Turkey, notably in the Phrygian Valley.

Dr. Alexander Koltypin, a geologist at the National Science Scientific Research Center in Moscow, is completely awestruck by the ancient furrows unearthed in Turkey’s Phrygian Valley.

This structure, according to the geologist, could have been built by an intelligent race more than 12 million years ago.

The ruts in the Phrygian Valley have been studied thoroughly, and one theory is that they were created by off-road vehicles similar to those used today. But how could these clues have been created more than 12 million years ago from items that had not yet been invented? Or, better still, this vehicle was used by an old and unknown civilization?

Dr. Alexander Koltypin, a geologist, believes that these unexplained furrow-like traces in central Turkey’s Phrygian Valley were created by an intelligent race 12 to 14 million years ago.

“It’s reasonable to imagine that earlier automobiles drove on soft ground, possibly a damp surface,” he said.

The spacing between the grooves, according to inspections, is roughly the same as that left by modern automobiles. However, there is one discrepancy: these ruts appear to have been created by something much heavier than present everyday transportation.

For the most part, these tracks are a whopping three feet deep.

They contain horizontal notches along their interior walls in addition to the deep grooves. These cuts on the inside of the grooves or tracks could very easily have been created by a shaft, which adds to the enigma.

Dr. Koltypin was well aware that this discovery would be divisive and generate controversy.

The following is what Koltypin said:

I believe we are witnessing the remnants of a civilization that existed prior to the world’s classical creation. Perhaps pre-civilization creatures were not as advanced as modern humans. Despite the fact that these historical traces can establish the existence of ancient civilizations, scientists frequently overlook them.

Although there have been many critics of Dr. Koltypin’s views, the Phrygian Valley of Turkey is not the only site where these ancient routes may be located. In some places, such as the Maltese archipelago, there are tracks that go along the cliffs and others that lead to the sea.

These Malta tracks have the same quantity of debatable theories. In the video below, you may learn more about this topic.

Although the following video’s audio is in English, you can turn on Spanish subtitles. You can use this GUIDE if you don’t know how to do it.

Koltypin continues to rely on his controversial views despite the fact that orthodox archeology ignores these amazing discoveries.

It’s likely that history will uncover many more findings in the future that prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that we weren’t the first to have advanced technology and that other sophisticated humanities existed before us.

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