From strange alien sculptures to unexplainable stone tablets, here are 10 discoveries scientists can’t explain.
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10: Aztec Alien Sculptures
At the top of the list are the spooky alien statues found recently inside of a Mexican cave. According to a report in 2018 by the Sun, these horrifying alien statues supposedly date back thousands of years. These are some of the most freakish sculptures you have ever seen, as they depict human-Like creatures with big, elongated heads and big almond-shaped eyes.
9: Roman Dodecahedrons
These bizarre Roman relics, known as the Roman dodecahedrons, are one of the most mysterious artifacts ever found. These bizarre metal trinkets go way back to the beginning of the 2nd century AD. They are crafted from stone and bronze, studded with tiny spheres, and look like a piece fallen off an alien mothership. They are complete with 12 holes, one on each side, and a variety of strange symbols.
8: Lake Winnipesaukee Mystery Stone
This is probably the coolest and most mysterious stone ever discovered. It was found first in 1872 in New Hampshire, and it was discovered by workers buried underground in the dirt and grime. This story is like something out of an adventure book. After the workers found the curious stone, experts claimed it was an artifact meant to be a symbol of unity between early tribespeople.
7: The Dogu Figurines
Here we have some strange discoveries from the far eastern lands of Japan. The Dogu figurines are clay figures of what appear to be people randomly shaped and sized. These bizarre figurines have been found all over Japan. In fact, the word “dogu” translates exactly to “clay” in Japanese.
6: Voynich Manuscript
According to National Geographic themselves, the Voynich Manuscript is one of the biggest mysteries in cryptology. The book itself is a page-after-page enigma of boggling proportions. It is either a codex or a book, or some kind of secret manuscript that is completely unbreakable. The truth is nobody has ever been able to decipher the alien code of the Voynich Manuscript.
5: The Bible
This might be the most controversial scientific conundrum to have ever existed. Sure, anyone of religious belief will certainly be adamant that the Bible itself was written, if not by God, then by nameless followers with God’s word, with the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, and more being written by Moses himself in 1,300 B.C. However, ever since the first Bibles were discovered – the first of which began circulation a little before 300 A.D. (written entirely in Greek), with the New Testament first being distributed in letters to churches in around 50 A.D., there has always been a question of who exactly wrote the words.
4: The Nazca Lines
If you are unfamiliar with the Nazca lines, they are a group of geometric shapes etched into the ground near Nazca, Peru. They encompass an area of about 200 square miles in the desert, and there are roughly 70 depictions of plants and animals, all of which can only truly be identified from the air. And while these have been dated between the 4th century B.C. in the 10th century A.D., scientists and researchers everywhere are still boggled by their purpose.
3: The Sphinx
The Great Sphinx is undoubtedly the most notorious monument in the world. In fact, it is the largest surviving sculpture from the ancient world, measuring almost 74 meters in length and 20 meters in height. The Sphinx sits in front of the Great Pyramid of Giza, and it is believed to have something to do with the Sun God, especially since between the sphinx’s huge paws was once a temple that contained dozens of inscribed stelae that honored the Sun God.
2: Dead Sea Scrolls
The Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered somewhere between 1946 and 1947 by a group of teenagers who were tending to their goats near the ancient settlement of Qumran, located just slightly North of the Dead Sea. This region is now known as the West Bank. When these young shepherds stumbled upon a cave in the side of a cliff, they discovered large clay jars that contained scrolls of the papyrus, which they used in ancient times for paper.
1: The Crone Statue
This is a spooky one. On January 9th, 2016, a man and his friend discovered the most disturbing statue ever inside of a cave in the Catskill Mountains. They had been hiking when out of nowhere they found a small carved statue of an old crone sitting in a nook within a cave. The crone was dark and spooky with a noose around her neck and nails hammered into her eyes.