MessageToEagle.com – Is it possible that an advanced extraterrestrial civilization millions of years ahead of us found a way to manipulate space-time and perhaps even discovered a way to travel through time?
We do not posses adequate technology to visit the past or the future, and we do now even know if such remarkable journeys can become reality, but maybe one day in the future humans will see themselves as true time travelers.
If that’s true, then time travel already exists.
There are a huge number of incredible artifacts lying scattered across the floors of abandoned, forgotten basements of the world’s greatest natural history museums.
In the dim, dusty corners of these museums we find some of the keys to the greatest mysteries of Mankind.
Strange and unlikely artifacts found, studied and discarded are more common than most people know.
Thousands of things have been discovered that argue against the natural order that scientists have deemed as the official record of the rise of humanity.
“Scattered throughout the world are objects that could not possibly belong to the time period in which they were found. A human footprint contemporary with the dinosaurs? The skeletal remains of men and women long before humanity appeared on the planet?
This text shows how time travel is not only theoretically possible, but that the future generations may already be engaged in it,” J.H. Brennan writes.
This theory brings us to a curios object that was discovered by archaeologists a couple of years ago. In December 2008, Chinese archaeologists opened the giant coffin within what was believed to be an undisturbed, 400-year old Si Qing tomb in Shangsi County. The scientists believed they were the first to visit the Ming dynasty grave in Shangsi, southern China, since its occupant’s funeral, but someone had been there before them.
As they removed the soil around the coffin, they were shocked and amazed to find this: A small piece of metal shaped like a watch.
The miniature watch in the shape of a ring marked ‘Swiss’ is thought to be a century old. The mysterious timepiece was encrusted in mud and rock and had stopped ‘at 10:06 am. The most puzzling question is undoubtedly how a watch could end up in an ancient grave?
Watches were not present at the time of the Ming Dynasty and Switzerland did not even exist as a country, an expert pointed out.
“When we tried to remove the soil wrapped around the coffin, suddenly a piece of rock dropped off and hit the ground with metallic sound,'”said Jiang Yanyu, former curator of the Guangxi Museum.
“We picked up the object, and found it was a ring.
After removing the covering soil and examining it further, we were shocked to see it was a watch,” he added.