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What Is The Truth About These Out-of-Place Artifacts? 800 Year-old Mobile Phone

Truth About These Out-of-Place Artifacts

There are numerous artifacts outside the site that are analyzed and studied by experts. But every now and then we stumble upon something strange and strange object whose only existence is ridiculous.

800-Year-old Mobile Phone

There are old items that are strikingly similar to modern objects or machines, such as aircraft or spaceships, laptops, headphones and many more.

But there is one that particularly let go of controversy, and it is the “mobile phone” from more than 800 years ago.

This artifact was found in Austria and is almost identical to a mobile phone. It has some buttons similar to those on a Nokia mobile phone. Yet it also contains some ancient Mesopotamian gender-shaped writings.

The discovery attracted attention from many ufologists, websites, and YouTube channels.

Watch the video below and tell us what you think.

VIDEO:800 Year-old Mobile Phone

The truth about the ‘800-year-old mobile phone’ that provoked claims on time travel is REAL

Babylonia (also Babylon-Nokia, Alien-Mobile, and Cuneiform Mobile Phone) is a 2012 work of art by Karl Weingärtner in the form of a clay tablet shaped like a mobile phone, its keys, and a screen showing kit-shaped script.

Weingärtner created the work to represent the development of information transfer from antiquity to the present. Edge researchers and alternative archaeological advocates then explained a photograph of the artwork as an 800-year-old archaeological find;

That story was popularized in a video on the YouTube channel Paranormal Crucible and caused the item to be reported by some press sources as a mystery.

When the news of the discovery broke, the conspiracy website reported: “According to reports, during archaeological excavations in Fuschl am See, (in Salzburg), Austria, researchers discovered a mysterious thirteenth-century artifact with strangely resembling a mobile phone.

“This type of writing is usually found in today’s Iran or Iraq (ancient Mesopotamia).


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