We recently reported on an incredible discovery unearthed far underground at a coal mine near Rostov, Russia.
Mr. Kasatkin, an experienced safety engineer, noticed the tracks of what plainly looks to have been left by a chariot’s wheels, a chariot that once traversed the sand while it was pliable, becoming fossilized, cast into solid rock, sandstone dating back over 300 million years.
Mr. Kasatkin’s intense interest in mysterious relics had led him to believe that the discovery might be hidden from the public, and indeed, the shafts where these plainly valuable finds are placed were flooded, thereby barring any attempts at retrieval.
Thankfully, these seemingly impossible prints aren’t the only strange items discovered deep inside the earth’s mines. Workers at the Municipal Electric Plant in Thomas, Oklahoma, shoveling coal in 1912 would make an equally significant discovery.
A small iron pot would be ejected from one of the big lumps of coal they were breaking up in preparation for the furnaces, much to their amazement. They would keep the pot and its accompanying lump of coal, which had been its tomb for an unthinkable period of time, clearly perplexed by the pot’s unexpected emergence into reality.
Over the next three days, several specialists would inspect the iron pot, all declaring it to be authentic. The imprint of the pot could apparently still be visible in the fractured bits of coal that had encased it for millions of years.
The Wilburton mines coal, in which the pot was discovered, is 312 million years old, according to Robert O. Fay of the Oklahoma Geological Survey. On 10 January 1949, Robert Nordling, emeritus professor of biology at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, sent a copy of the cup to Frank Lewis Marsh, emeritus professor of biology at Andrews University in Berrien Springs. In 1971, he forwarded the images to Wilbert H Rusc. Rusch was a biology professor at Concordia College and a founding member of the Creation Research Society, where he also served as President.
Despite the fact that it has been several years since the discovery of the pots. Several attempts have been made to disprove its validity; however, many of these individuals, along with their accompanying explanations, all ignore or fail to highlight the fact that a certificate of authenticity exists, a certificate authenticating the story as true.
This means that we now have many artefacts in our possession that are over 300 million years old, according to recent estimates of coal’s age. The pot is still in a private collection belonging to an unidentified collector.