This incredible relic is much older than mankind, but it was clearly created by someone. Who is to be blamed, exactly?
The Lanzhou Stone, discovered in a remote mountainous location of northwest China by Zhilin Wang in the late 1990s, is one of the most perplexing out of place objects.
The strange stone is pear-shaped, measuring roughly 6 x 8 cm and weighing 466 grams. Surprisingly, the rock is of an entirely unknown type, implying that it could be a meteorite.
The object has piqued the interest of many geologists and collectors across the world not only because of its unknown composition but also because of the starling artifact it holds.
On June 26, 2002, the ‘Lanzhou Morning News’ reported:
“More than ten geologists and global physicists from Gansu Province’s National Land Resources Bureau, Gansu Province’s Colored Metal Survey Bureau, China Academy’s Lanzhou Branch Institute of Geology and Minerals Research, and Lanzhou College’s School of Resources and Environment gathered to investigate the origin of this mysterious stone.
“The scientists unanimously identified the stone as one of the most valuable in China and the globe for collection, study, and archaeological studies after a discussion on its probability of being man-made and the possible reasons for its formation.”
The current location of the stone is unclear, and the results of the analysis have not been made public. However, there are a few intriguing assumptions to be made.
First and foremost, the metal rod was visibly made and required a certain amount of technological sophistication to produce. The unnamed black stuff may have been anything, but the likelihood of its production appears to be very high.
Where did this technology come from in this case? Was the stone a remnant from another era, one of the last relics of a once-powerful civilization? Many proponents of alternate history believe this is not only feasible but also likely.
It’s an intriguing possibility that raises more concerns. There could have been more technologically advanced civilizations on Earth if there had been another.
What would our planet’s true history sound like then? A few more practical issues are: why aren’t they here any longer, and will we suffer the same fate?
The narrative thickens substantially if the Lanzhou Stone is a meteorite, on the other hand. If it’s been going through space, it’s been doing so for quite some time.
It’s possible that it’s billions of years old. Was it sent here on purpose? If so, what’s the reasoning behind it? Is it possible that it may have held life?
Unfortunately, we may never know the answers to these questions. Many people feel that essential evidence needed to support these hypotheses is heavily guarded and that the conspiracy is widespread. The suppression of discoveries, the discrediting of scientists, and the falsification of information are all examples of how information is manipulated.
Either the truth is out there or it is much closer to us.