In a dry area in Central Mexico, between the cities Pinos and Ojuelos de Jalisco, for years and years the most bizarre artifacts are found. They have been investigated for more than ten years by observers, united in the Nahui Ollin foundation (“Nahui Ollin” is the Aztec name for the era we live in at his moment, the so-called “Fifth World”).
They try to convince the government and the scientists of the importance of their findings, but they show no interest at all.
The works of art sometimes refer to Aztec calendars, but also show pictures of astronauts, comets and extraterrestrial beings. Many UFO’s can be seen, among other things one that flies out of the sun, in the tail of a comet which is pulled by another UFO. Also wormholes can be seen. Figures with pointy heads are there, with long heads, small eyes and very big eyes. Solar eruptions are pictured, black holes, UFO’s with beings in them, you name it.
The used materials and the expertise with which the objects are created, baffle the researchers. For example a big alien head has been found, which is put together from several kinds of stone and rock. It is so beautifully finished that not a single edge between the materials is perceptible.
Many objects have been taken home by the finders, and are now decorating living rooms in the region. But there are so many of them, that still new pieces are being found regularly. One farmer found no less than 3,000 artifacts in a cave. Several of them were sent to the Austrian artifacts researcher Klaus Dona, who also did research.
Dona concluded that of those 3,000 objects, 2,500 are made of stone, varying in size from about a medallion to 20 inch. The rest is made from kaolin, a clay-mineral that nowadays is used for making ceramics and fireproof materials. Another use is filling for glue and paint, as coating for high-quality paper, and even as cure for diarrhea.
With our present technology kaolin can’t be engraved or polished, one would have to use a mold to make such an artifact. However no molds have ever been found, and on top of that, creating a mold for one single object – no two pieces are the same – is a very inefficient and time-consuming way of work.
On many objects is a thin layer of patina, but when Dona made it wet, to his own surprise it came off easily. He then thought it was fake, but according to an expert he consulted, this was correct. Patina does not attach itself permanently to kaolin, not even after hundreds of years.
To make the story even more baffling, among the 3,000 artifacts in the cave also a crystal skull was discovered.