Monday, May 8, 2017


Ante-Duluvian Artifacts

Hello my friends!

How are all you? I hope my prayers find you all in a good state. I unfortunately have gotten sick again, my lungs being full of fluid. And there is a storm blowing in right now too. Wow, lol!

Speaking of storms and things filling up, a little over 4000 years ago a great storm blew in. It rained for 40 days and 40 nights filling the earth with water and wiping mankind from the face of the earth, except for eight people safely tucked into the ark along with the animals. Here are a few artifacts that have been found that could have only belonged to that former world:

Klerksdorp spheres were discovered in a mine near
Ottosdal, South Africa in 2.8 million years old (some estimates are as old as 3 billion years) pyrophyllite deposits (from secular timescale). They have a very hard surface (5.0 on the Mohs scale) that can’t even be scratched by steel and have a fibrous interior. These obviously manmade objects range in size from .5 to 10 cm. They were discovered around 1984.

The London Hammer, found in London Texas in the early 1930s, has been controversial as a true Pre-Flood artifact. The hammer head and small portion of the wooden handle are imbedded in rock. However the hammer was not
Note the bivalve on the left
documented in situ (in its place of discovery), rather it had been picked up by a couple from a creek bed. The wooden handle sticking out of the rock is what caught their attention. The rock sat at their home for over a decade when their son finally broke it open to expose the metal hammer head. The metal consisted of 97% pure iron, 2% chlorine, and 1% sulfur. The metal is so pure it rivals modern metals. The timber itself is so old that a portion of the handle had begun the transformation into coal. The rock the hammer is
Rock that was chipped off with embedded shell
placed back in place
encased in is thought by conventional scientists to be 300 million to 500 million years old. Do I believe it is a Pre-Flood artifact? Well, even though the hammer was not found in situ there is more evidence of a flood from the rock itself. A portion of the rock that was broken off actually has a fossilized shell embedded in it. As far as I found in research, the exact species of bivalve is not known. One article did claim the bivalve “appears to be a modern clam shell”
1. Two facts to consider: 1) many modern bivalves were alive in the
Wooden tip turned to coal
Pre-flood world (or millions of years ago in the secular timescale), and 2) a fossilized bivalve means that the rock was once under water. Hmmm, sound familiar?

In 1944, a lump of bituminous coal broke open when it was dropped and inside of it was…get this…a bell. A “nuclear activation analysis revealed that the bell’s exact mix of metal was different from any known modern alloy production.”2. On a sadder note, the bell has a molded demon at the top of the handle. Remember, coal is the solid form of fossil fuel. The liquid form is petroleum products like oil. Coal and oil were formed from the massive deposits of the Pre-Flood
biomass. The only way a man-made object could possibly be in coal is if it was manufactured from humans that lived before the flood.

Another account of man-made objects found in coal…
“W. W. McCormick of Abilene, Texas, reported his grandfather's account of a stone block wall that was found deep within a coal mine: ‘In the year 1928, I, Atlas Almon Mathis, was working in coal mine No. 5., located two miles north of Heavener, Oklahoma. This was a shaft mine, and they told us it was two miles deep. The mine was so deep that they let us down into it on an elevator.... They pumped air down to us, it was so deep.’ One evening, Mathis was blasting coal loose by explosives in ‘room 24’ of this mine. ‘The next morning,’ said Mathis, ‘there were several concrete blocks laying in the room. These blocks were 12-inch cubes and were so smooth and polished on the outside that all six sides could serve as mirrors. Yet they were full of gravel, because I chipped one of them open with my pick, and it was plain concrete inside.’ Mathis added: ‘As I started to timber the room up, it caved in; and I barely escaped. When I came back after the cave-in, a solid wall of these polished blocks was left exposed. About 100 to 150 yards farther down our air core, another miner struck this same wall, or one very similar.’ The coal in the mine was Carboniferous, which would mean the wall was at least 286 million years old. According to Mathis, the mining company officers immediately pulled the men out of the mine and forbade them to speak about what they had seen. Mathis said the Wilburton miners also told of finding ‘a solid block of silver in the shape of a barrel... with the prints of the staves on it,’ in an area of coal dating between 280 and 320 million years ago. What advance civilization built this wall?... Why was the truth, as is so many of these cases protected and hidden?”3 It is extremely reasonable to accept this is from the Pre-Flood civilization, a very advanced culture from all the evidence found so far. It really isn’t a mystery at all.  

In Scotland around 1852 a drill bit found in large chunk of coal dated to about 22 inches thick which was buried in diluvian and boulders clay buried 7 feet deep. There were no drill holes, the peice of metal being completely surrounded by coal. Scientists have been confounded by this since 1852.

There are more artifacts than this, but I haven’t the time to research them all!

Until next time, God bless and take care!
Willow Dressel

2 Woetzel, David. Chronicles of Dinosauria The History and Mystery of Dinosaurs and Man. Green Forest, AR: Master Books, 2013. P. 27.

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