27 April, 2014
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MessageToEagle.com - We can neither confirm nor disapprove the validity of this reptilian-looking humanoid, but the images are so curious that we decided to share them with our readers.
Our goal is to investigate everything and this news should not be neglected.
According to the Spanish speaking site La Caja De Pandora this ancient figure was discovered in April, 2014 near a reservoir of the Sierras of Jalisco (Mexico).
|La Caja De Pandora received these images from Carlos Antonio, one of their readers.|
The website reports that an archaeologist made dating tests that gave the surprising result of 6,000 years old.
He also claimed that it was of material that cannot found on our planet.
This sounds almost too good to be true, but that is what this archaeologist said.
This 6,000 year-old reptilian-looking humanoid is said to have been found in Mexico this month. Image credit: Carlos Antonio
The figure shows a humanoid being with oval head and reptilian features.
As you can see, the figure has a Sun depiction on both sides, and it would be logical to assume it is a either a Sun deity or representation of Sun worship.
Was the being a Sun deity? Image credit: Carlos Antonio
"To serve as a comparison, we found a website that sale similar figures representing strange zoomorphic beings from the same area of Jalisco, though they seem to be pre-Columbian, and much more "modern" than the previous figure we have presented. FIGURE 1 - Figure2," La Caja De Pandora reports.
As we stated at the beginning of this article, we can neither confirm nor deny the authenticity of this reptilian-looking humanoid, but we feel our readers are entitled to see the images and have their own opinion.
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