There are many ancient relics, strewn across our planet, which are unimaginably ancient. Hidden from inquisitive minds, often by a variety of factors, millennia of undergrowth, conspiratorial bodies, or even personal perceptions of historical truth.
However, there lay a far more interesting, far more inspiring tale, resting just beneath the surface of this illusion, just waiting to flourish.
Previously, we covered some of the amazing discoveries made by a man known as professor Potini, in particular, his extremely peculiar stone found In 1990, within a diamond mine in Sierra Leone, within West Africa.
It is known as the sky stone.
Numerous specialists have analysed the stone and concluded that it is somehow made of pure oxygen, with a colour source which is, as yet, unknown...
Unbeknownst to many however, is that Professor Angelo Pitoni, had many strings to his bow… He was a geologist, a botanist, an agronomist… Discoverer of emerald mines, gold mines, an expert in the precious stone lapis lazuli, along with many other talents.
And although many perceive his sky stone as a defining discovery, due to its abnormal, curious, although not unique characteristics… We feel his actual defining discovery, his legacy left upon the unexplained mystery history of our planet, can be found elsewhere...
He did in fact, during his lifetime of exploration, indeed discover something unique upon our planet. Something undoubtedly important, immensely ancient, and quite possibly a last remaining remnant, of an unimaginably old civilisation which was once found upon the African continent.
Found during his ventures deep within sierra Leone, West Africa.
The Lady of Mali.
He examined the land at the foot of her mountainous form, and according to his calculations, the stone monument was indeed manmade, and carved well over 12,000 years ago.
Reaching an astonishing 1500 metres into the air, it an image of a woman’s figure hewn from an entire face of Mount Lour.
Predictably, due to modern academia, and the entrenched paradigmatically cast spell, upon may modern fields of study, the only explanation that can be ascertained, for this clearly man made, highly ancient artwork, is that it is merely an coincidental, natural formation…
In an interview with journalist Carmen Machado, Pitoni explained that the statue is located to the north of the city of Conakry, and close to the country's border with Mali. The geologist estimates the "lady of Mali" to be some twenty thousand years old, this concluded through the observations of displacement motions, within a natural rock fault, he found within the ladies form. He also spoke of caves in the area which contained mummies, guarded by the locals, who he claimed rumoured of their quote, "Atlantean" origins...
Unfortunately, professor potini died in 2009 so any other invaluable information he may have acquired regarding the area, went to the grave with him. However, the lady of Mali, remains, and will undoubtedly live on for many years to come.
Just who could have built the Lady of Mali?
Is she really a 12000 year old relic, left by a pre flood, pre cataclysmic civilisation? Or, merely a natural formation?
Do you believe an opinion based on an historical assumption?
Or one based upon explorations, investigations, resulting in unexplained physical artefacts? We will let you decide.