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Presented at the July 2003 International MUFON Symposium in Dearborn, Michigan, July 4, 5, 6, 2003. ENIGMATIC MYSTERIES AND ANOMALOUS ARTIFACTS OF NORTH AMERICA: A CONNECTION TO THE ANCIENT PAST Mysterious and often inexplicable remnants of civilization's history fascinate scientists and archaeologists.
People travel worldwide to visit such sites, yet some of the most enigmatic artifacts and structures have been found right here in North America.
There are even rumors of hidden passageways and secret vaults used as safe storage for some of the most incredible curios imaginable.
After two millennia of acquisitions, in all likelihood the most unusual of the unusual lie within its walls, literally containing the "secrets of the ages." Astounding artifacts which, if were made public, would revise our understanding and shine the torch of illumination on the complicated history of both the old and new worlds.
Sandaled feet made footprints in rock at least 300 million years old in Utah.
A human-like tooth,three times normal size, was found in coal from a Montana mine.
Of much greater concern is the methodical and systematic way in which the authorities and powers-that-be have hidden the truth, oftentimes suppressing evidence that would revise the early history of America, and in many notable cases would completely rewrite the record, and mankinds place in it, on this planet.
The legendary Vatican archives are an excellent example.
Rain The exact contrary of what is generally believed is often the truth.
There is a recurring theme that many of the ancient relics have in common, that of being of such unwieldy proportions or sophistication, it is hard to believe that primitive human hands alone could have fashioned them.
What we do know of the first recorded civilizations indicates they had a high degree of sophistication (even by todays standards) in many of the fledging arts and sciences we take for granted.
The archives of the Smithsonian Institution certainly rival those of the Vatican, in quantity, if not in depth and scope.
The Smithsonian Institution was created when its namesake, British scientist James Smithson, bequeathed that his estate should go "to the United States of America, to found at Washington, under the name of the Smithsonian Institution, an establishment for the increase and diffusion of knowledge among men." The motives behind Smithsons bequest remain mysterious.
These include the development of and expertise in agriculture, writing, mathematics, cosmology, weights and measures, contracts, education, justice, time reckoning, the Zodiac, art, metallurgy, sculpture and painting, amongst many others.